from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Eastman, George 1854-1932. American inventor and industrialist who invented a dry-plate process of photographic film development, flexible film, a box camera, and a process for color photography.
- Eastman, Max Forrester 1883-1969. American writer and editor noted for his social and literary criticism. Founder and editor of The Masses (1913-1918) and The Liberator (1919-1922), he wrote Enjoyment of Poetry (1913) and many other books.
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- n. United States inventor of a dry-plate process of developing photographic film and of flexible film (his firm introduced roll film) and of the box camera and of a process for color photography (1854-1932)
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Thus while the story of Monk Eastman is exquisitely rich with the ganglife of New York and the perils of World War I, we're left with the impression that, in the end, the man was a puzzle, even to himself.
On his blog, Eddie Campbell remembers talking to Kevin Eastman about why the third issue was never published, even though it was finished: "I recall asking publisher Kevin Eastman at the time why, even though the 12-issue series was abandoned, he couldn't put out the existing third issue," Campbell writes.
Eastman is a complete wacko right wing Republican.
Professor Eastman is being backed by the same people who brought Californians Prop 8.
The question with John Eastman is not merely whether he has the requisite intellectual ability, but whether he will exercise good judgment.
The little I already know about Professor Eastman is enough to convince me that just about any alternative would be preferable.
Director - Zack Snyder (1 segment, a story that Kevin Eastman wrote)
Writer - Kevin Eastman (1 segment, a story that Zack Snyder will direct)?
Heavy Metal publisher Kevin Eastman has announced that the upcoming Heavy Metal animated film might end back up at Paramount.
FROM SPLASH PAGE: The Internet was set ablaze recently when "Turtles" co-creator Kevin Eastman declared that a live-action film featuring the four karate-chopping amphibians was in the works.
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