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It emerged on Tuesday that Roger Jay Pietschmann died in his Los Angeles home on July 26 after a six-year battle with multiple symptom atrophy. He was 71.
Pietschmann grew up in Los Angeles, attending University High School, Santa Monica Community College, and California State University at Long Beach.
Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, Pietschmann worked as a boom operator, sound recordist and mixer.
He began his career as the sound recorder on Taxi Driver and assembled a roster of credits that included Batman Returns, Project X, Twilight Zone: The Movie, Honey, I Blew Up The Kid, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure and The X Files.
He received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Sleeper Cell and a Cinema Audio Society Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing nomination for the same show, as well as »
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This week I try to find some diamonds in the rough of Civil War Ii mania! Can Power Man Luke Cage Fly? What happened to Banner after Amadeus became the Hulk? Is Hank Pym really back? All these questions answered and more! Got a book you’ve been thinking about reading but want to know more before picking it up? Let me know and I’ll review a few issues for you!
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Story: Nick Spencer Art: Angel Unzueta Colors: Cris Peter
Review: Nick Spencer has been writing a really fun series here staring Sam Wilson as Captain America and all the trials and tribulations he has to go through carrying that moniker. Sam is a very different Cap, whereas Steve Rogers would try to stay out of the politics unless needed Sam is very much calling people »
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Needless to say, the sleuth will be even more committed to jailing the real killer during the ABC drama’s second go-round — but she’ll also be up against a few more obstacles.
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“It wouldn’t bode well for the show if, every season, our star detective did not get the person who committed the murder,” showrunner Barbie Kligman said Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena. »
3 items from 2016
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