• The Psychedelic 1970s Animations of Keiichi Tanaami: A Music Video for John Lennon's “Oh Yoko!,” Surreal Tributes to Elvis & Marilyn Monroe, and More

    21 days ago - By Open Culture

    If you want to see the West as you've never seen it before, go to Japan. Since the end of the Second World War, there have been few big Western phenomena in which Japanese creators have not taken an interest, then turned around and made their own. One of the most powerful imaginations among those creators belongs to Keiichi Tanaami , who came of age surrounded by the likes of Mickey Mouse and Elvis after doing much of his growing up amid the chaos and devastation of war. Born in 1936 and still active today, he's produced a body of work whose earliest pieces go back to the 1950s, and even...
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  • Impact of Wonder Woman's action on the end of World War I?

    Impact of Wonder Woman's action on the end of World War I?

    21 days ago - By Movies Stack Exchange

    In 2017's film Wonder Woman , Diana finally kill real Ares in the end and we got to know later that World War I is over now. But how? How does her killing of Ares impact on WW1? Is there any parallel to this with real World War I? Like impact of Ludendorff's death on World War I? As she did kill him too.
    As per my limited knowledge World War I ended with the Germany's armistice after they lost power due to war.
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