RIP, Leonard Nimoy: Beyond Spock, the actor was forever in search of his next work of art [SKETCHBOOK]

Beyond Spock, Leonard Nimoy, who died today at 83, was a well-rounded artist whose inquisitive mind led him to explore many types of projects.

Sketchbook: D.C. legalizes marijuana today — a cartoon parody

"Joint chiefs" just took on new meaning in the nation's capital as pot legalization takes effect in D.C. today. Here's our cartoon parody:

Universal TV to adapt Image’s ‘Sex Criminals’ as part of Fraction/DeConnick deal

"Sex Criminals" artist Chip Zdarsky says he looks forward to seeing how the acclaimed semi-erotic comic will be adapted for the screen.

Sketchbook: Counting the days till justice for jailed Post reporter Jason Rezaian

The exact charges against the Post bureau chief are as opaque as the Iranian 'justice' system's approach to his case.

‘Art of Richard Thompson’: Filmmakers ‘excited’ as docu selected for first NoVa Film Festival

Documentary short about the "Cul de Sac" creator is an official selection for the inaugural Northern Virginia International Film Festival

Viola Davis: Two-time Oscar nominee agrees to lead DC’s big-screen ‘Suicide Squad’

The "How to Get Away With Murder" star joins Will Smith and Jared Leto for 2016 flick -- t o play head honcho Amanda Waller.

A DreamWorks deferred: Of massive layoffs, a closure and no Oscars/’Dragon 2′ silver lining

An Oscars win for 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' might have leavened a bit of the pain at DreamWorks Animation. Instead, it was the latest cruel twist of business.

From capers to conspiracies, Dark Circle kicks off ‘reality’ genre stories with tomorrow’s Black Hood

At Archie Comics, Dark Circle editor Alex Segura wants readers to warm to a wave of reality-grounded genre comics about cops and conspiracies.

‘Gotham’ TV recap (Ep. 17): Of Red Hoods, a black past and prison-bar blues

Whether at Wayne Manor or in prison, everyone's keeping their eyes wide open.

Oscars: The ultimate hope for Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ was never the Best Picture Oscar. Instead, it was this.

For Linklater's masterwork, the ultimate prize should have never been the Best Picture Oscar. Here's the hope.

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