It's the 65th anniversary since the Nazi dream of a 1,000 year Reich was rendered as dead as the sick and twisted genocidal maniacs who formulated it. Men who, ultimately, took the coward's way out, with one of them murdering his own children as his final monstrous act before heading to Hell.
From today and through May 7 (which happens to be my birthday, as well as the day the German military signed an unconditional surrender), I will be conducting a mini-blogathon to celebrate tne occassion. Reviews of movies and graphic novels will be appearing across all the blogs that make up the Cinema Steve multi-plex, reviews for films and movies that probably aren't quite the monument that Hitler and his madmen had hoped for.
If you want to join in the celebration, send me the links to posts you make, and I'll feature them here in round-up posts like this one. (There will be at least one every Friday.) Send me links at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile, here's a one-panel cartoon featuring writer/artist Donna Barr's legendary "Desert Peach", Rommel's gay younger brother. Two "Desert Peach" graphic novels will be reviewed during the Nazis Quit! blogathon at the Shades of Gray blog. (Click on the illo to see a version large enough to read.)