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click3: A new kind of superhero comic

Developers at Teehan + Lax figured out how to create really amazing, hyperlapse videos using images from Google Street View; Rich Yeselson, writing for American Prospect, offers up a really riveting review of the book, "Fear Itself: The New Deal and...

#Click3: LGBT breaks new ground in comics

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The team of All in w/ Chris asked you for the greatest things on the world wide interweb today.  Unfortunately, #click3 couldn’t make air tonight so we’re bringing them to you on-line. Here are our top three:

1. The team over at Teehan Plus Lax Labs developed a tool that aggregates images from Google Street View and turns them into incredible hyperlapse videos, which meld time-lapse photography and sweeping camera movements into the one you can see here.  Big thanks to twitter fan @paulsmith for pointing us to this one.

2. In the most recent American Prospect, writer Rick Yeselson reviews Ira Katnelson’s “Fear Itself: The New Deal and the Origins of Our Time.”  The book examines how the white supremacist South cleared the way for FDR’s New Deal.

3. DC Comics has broken new ground, reports Wired Magazine. No, they have not teamed up with LL Cool J and Brad Paisley to create an “accidentally racist” comic book. Rather, they introduced the first openly transgendered character in a mainstream superhero comic today with the release of Batgirl #19.

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#Click3: LGBT breaks new ground in comics

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