Bernie Wrightson, co-creator of Swamp Thing, elevated the art of horror in comics – The Washington Post

RIP, Bernie.. always thought you were under appreciated.. I worked on the Wes Craven film version of “Swamp Thing” in the 1980s, in and around Charleston, SC.. it was a great film project for me, meeting Wes and John Carpenter (who visited then-wife Adrienne Barbeau on set).. I was just a production assistant, listed on IMDB.. RIP, Bernie.. your character creation was grand indeed…


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Bernie Wrightson, who co-created the Swamp Thing, was one of his generation’s greatest masters of horror illustration and comics.

Source: Bernie Wrightson, co-creator of Swamp Thing, elevated the art of horror in comics – The Washington Post

Chefs with Las Vegas ties prepare decadent after-Oscars feast | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Wolfgang Puck Previews the Food for the V.I.P. Governors Ball Following the Oscars (Al Mancini/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Wolfgang Puck Previews the Food for the V.I.P. Governors Ball Following the Oscars (Al Mancini/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)

For celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck and his team, serving seafood, caviar, sushi and Champagne for 1,500 is not too tall an order. It will be Puck’s 23rd year of preparing the feast for the official Governors Ball after-Oscars party.

Source: Chefs with Las Vegas ties prepare decadent after-Oscars feast | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Boulder City native purposely goes unnoticed on ‘La La Land’ set | Las Vegas Review-Journal

“I like to joke that I am the highest-paid waiter in Los Angeles. … In the basic sense, I support the actors on set and, yeah, just sort of hand them things,” Kim Richey says modestly about her career as an assistant prop master.

Source: Boulder City native purposely goes unnoticed on ‘La La Land’ set | Las Vegas Review-Journal