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As we head into 2018, TIME magazine releases its annual “Top 10 Photos of 2017” feature. The editorial represents a finished inquiry into  TIME ‘s extensive photo archives for the most powerful visual expressions of humanity documented this year. On the final selection, the publication writes,

These pictures were chosen not just for the information they provide and the emotions they evoke, but for their staying power: their ability to not just define the year we leave behind but to inform the one ahead.

The 10 photos capture the human condition, natural disasters, violent tragedies and other moments for which words are insufficient. In one photo, we become aware of our providence through a boy desperately crying out for food from an aid truck in India. In another, a polar bear is starving in the dissipating Arctic. Others are heavy reminders of events such as the Harvest Festival shooting. Included in the piece is New Jersey Governor Chris Christie enjoying the beach with his family despite implementing a state-wide shutdown of public beaches. Further, within the article, the photographers of each image provide a reflection bearing witness to the moment they captured.

As we head into 2018, TIME magazine releases its annual “Top 10 Photos of 2017” feature. The editorial represents a finished inquiry into  TIME ‘s extensive photo archives for the most powerful visual expressions of humanity documented this year. On the final selection, the publication writes,

These pictures were chosen not just for the information they provide and the emotions they evoke, but for their staying power: their ability to not just define the year we leave behind but to inform the one ahead.

The 10 photos capture the human condition, natural disasters, violent tragedies and other moments for which words are insufficient. In one photo, we become aware of our providence through a boy desperately crying out for food from an aid truck in India. In another, a polar bear is starving in the dissipating Arctic. Others are heavy reminders of events such as the Harvest Festival shooting. Included in the piece is New Jersey Governor Chris Christie enjoying the beach with his family despite implementing a state-wide shutdown of public beaches. Further, within the article, the photographers of each image provide a reflection bearing witness to the moment they captured.

Have you tried Google Image Search to find better quality cover images? I've been using it a lot lately, with pretty good success.
http://www.google.com/imghp Click on the camera icon to upload the photo you want to match.

Those of you who were, like me, collecting comics back in 1974 may remember a group called The Comics Heroines Fan Club. CHFC published a number of fanzine titles until its breakup in 1983. I recently bought a complete run of The Heroine Addict (renamed Heroines Showcase with #12) on eBay along with some other fanzines from CHFC. I've scanned them to share with you. My friend Martin Lock edited two issues of the associated U.K. fanzine, so I asked him to put together a few pages to present the scans and write about the history of the group. Look for the CHFC link on the menu at the top of this page.

I still am hunting for issues of The Adventuress and the CHFC art portfolios to scan. If you have access to those fanzines, please contact me at [email protected]

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As we head into 2018, TIME magazine releases its annual “Top 10 Photos of 2017” feature. The editorial represents a finished inquiry into  TIME ‘s extensive photo archives for the most powerful visual expressions of humanity documented this year. On the final selection, the publication writes,

These pictures were chosen not just for the information they provide and the emotions they evoke, but for their staying power: their ability to not just define the year we leave behind but to inform the one ahead.

The 10 photos capture the human condition, natural disasters, violent tragedies and other moments for which words are insufficient. In one photo, we become aware of our providence through a boy desperately crying out for food from an aid truck in India. In another, a polar bear is starving in the dissipating Arctic. Others are heavy reminders of events such as the Harvest Festival shooting. Included in the piece is New Jersey Governor Chris Christie enjoying the beach with his family despite implementing a state-wide shutdown of public beaches. Further, within the article, the photographers of each image provide a reflection bearing witness to the moment they captured.

Have you tried Google Image Search to find better quality cover images? I've been using it a lot lately, with pretty good success.
http://www.google.com/imghp Click on the camera icon to upload the photo you want to match.

Those of you who were, like me, collecting comics back in 1974 may remember a group called The Comics Heroines Fan Club. CHFC published a number of fanzine titles until its breakup in 1983. I recently bought a complete run of The Heroine Addict (renamed Heroines Showcase with #12) on eBay along with some other fanzines from CHFC. I've scanned them to share with you. My friend Martin Lock edited two issues of the associated U.K. fanzine, so I asked him to put together a few pages to present the scans and write about the history of the group. Look for the CHFC link on the menu at the top of this page.

I still am hunting for issues of The Adventuress and the CHFC art portfolios to scan. If you have access to those fanzines, please contact me at [email protected]


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