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Yahoo is hosting a live-streamed Tumblr Ask Q&A session with the cast of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy today (Tuesday 22nd July 2014) at 7pm ET/4pm PT.

Fans can submit questions by either: writing it here, or upload a video of your question (with #GOTGask) to your Tumblr and tag “@yahooentertainment” in the caption. (The author of the Tumblr post with the most votes will win a Guardians poser signed by the cast.) 

And make sure to follow us on on Twitter and our Tumblr page, where we’ll be live GIF’ing the best moments and posting photos from the event. 

The movie’s stars Chris PrattZoe SaldanaDave Bautista, director James Gunn and the head of Marvel Kevin Feige may answer.

• The live stream will be available on Yahoo Screen platforms.

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32 Years in the Making! Phil Elliott releases “Tales from Gimbley” collection

"In His Cups" by Phil Elliott

After 32 years in the making, Phil Elliott, one of the first “alternative” British artists I encountered in the 1980s through the pages of Escape, has just released a complete 184-page collection of his long-running “Tales from Gimbley” comic strips.

“Tales From Gimbley” is one of Phil’s longest-running projects. He first started drawing them in 1982 and they have been printed around the…

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Lakes Festival’s announces “Family Zone” Events creator line-up – Great Fun for all Ages!

The Phoenix are hosting a series of workshops at The Brewery Art Centre as part of the International Comic Art Festival. You can book tickets now! Image courtesy The Phoenix Comic

The Phoenix are hosting a series of workshops at The Brewery Art Centre as part of the International Comic Art Festival. You can book tickets now! Image courtesy The Phoenix Comic

The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has announced the full line-up of comic creators for the Comics Family Zone, one of its most popular events last year, comprising both free and pre-bookable events.

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Apollo 11 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin make the first moonwalk, on July 20, 1969.

In these clips they can been seen planting the U.S. Flag on the lunar surface and experimenting with various types of movement in the Moon’s lower gravity, including loping strides and kangaroo hops.

via Media Matters » Stepping Stones to the Moon

(via broadcastarchive-umd)

Source: research.archives.gov
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