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"The Bletchley Circle": Cracking Good

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In World War II, Bletchley Park was Great Britain’s codebreaking command center. In absolute secrecy, the Allies’ brightest mathematical minds worked together to decrypt Axis codes. And while some of the computing power involved was mechanical, many of the “computers” doing the brute-force math were actually young women. The Bletchley Circle, returning to PBS for a second season April 13, springboards from a simple but intriguing question: What did those women do after the war?

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Batman storyboards by Bruce Timm

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GI Joe: A Real American Hero #200 and Transformers: Regeneration one #100 interlocking covers by Robert Atkins.

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It’s a World Of Darkness And Chaos… // artwork by Marko Manev (2013)

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kohenari:

The other day, someone asked me how deeply I’d delved into the Star Wars expanded universe.
By way of response, I simply asked, “How much do you want to know about what Wedge Antilles has been up since the Battle of Endor?”
Understandably, the person had no follow-up.

kohenari:

The other day, someone asked me how deeply I’d delved into the Star Wars expanded universe.

By way of response, I simply asked, “How much do you want to know about what Wedge Antilles has been up since the Battle of Endor?”

Understandably, the person had no follow-up.

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