Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumeishitemita Experiments at the Beach

Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumeishitemita‘s scientific pursuits in comprehending romance on a biological level has led the show’s cast of characters to the beach, a not at all shocking development as watchers can finally ogle all the girls as they shyly squeeze themselves into endearing bikinis. Omake:
Tags: Anime, Beach, Comedy, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Oppai, Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumeishitemita, Romance, Zero-G

Infinite Dendrogram Episode 7 Impression

On this episode, Ray and Nemesis interacts with other people. Meanwhile, the top Kingdom players does their preparations. First off, I surprisingly got really bored of watching this all-talking development. It just doesn't make sense for a limited 13 episodes adaptation. Also, I don't even remember reading this specific development to be quite boring from the original light novel. But, there was some decent action scenes at least. Now what's going to happen next? I guess I can't wait to find out...
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Somali to Mori no Kamisama Episode 8 Impression

On this episode, Somali and Golem meets Isolde Nebsolv while avoiding security. Later, Isolde explains a human past story. So it was very interesting to finally see some details about a human village and a witch who encountered them. Also, it was adorable to see the witch make friends with a human girl. Although, I did find it strange that the humans would be hostile on any magical race except for their Golem. Now what's going to be the next plot? I'll be looking forward to it. Overall, interest...
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Smithsonian opens 2.8 million images online, some of which are cartoons

Smithsonian Releases 2.8 Million Images Into Public Domain The launch of a new open access platform ushers in a new era of accessibility for the Institution By Katherine J. Wu smithso...
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Feb 29: Doctor Tomorrow writer Alejandro Arbona At BCC Sponsor Store CC&C!

Doctor Tomorrow writer Alejandro Arbona At Baltimore Comic-Con Sponsor Store Cards Comics & Collectibles! BCC Tickets On Sale Now! From the Store that Brings You...   Alejandro Arbona will do an in-store signing this Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 12pm - 2pm at Cards, Comics & Collectibles - Baltim...
Tags: Comics, Baltimore County, Mike Rhode, Reisterstown, Robert Meyers, Cards Comics Collectibles, Valiant Entertainment, Reisterstown Maryland, Baltimore Convention Center Now, Alejandro Arbona, BCC Sponsor Store CC, Baltimore Comic Con Arbona, Cards Comics Collectibles Exclusive Cover, Arbona

NPR on Ghost River and Jake the Fake

How A Graphic Novel Resurrected A Forgotten Chapter In American History [Ghost River: The Fall and Rise of the Conestoga by Lee Francis IV and Weshoyot Alvitr] Jess KungNPR's Code Switch February 26, 2020   https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2020/02/26/806124981/how-a-graphic-novel-resurrected-a-forgotten-chapter-in-american-history   Not Too Rude, Not Too Tame, 'Jake The Fake' Is A Just-Right Read [Keith Knight].  Juanita GilesNPR February 21, 2020 https://www.npr.o...
Tags: Comics, Npr, Jake, Mike Rhode, KEITH KNIGHT, Ghost River, Lee Francis IV, Weshoyot Alvitr, Jess KungNPR, Juanita GilesNPR

Meet a Visiting Cartoonist: A Chat with Ellen Lindner

by Mike Rhode I've known Ellen Lindner for a long time, initially through her comics-collecting husband, but then directly as she moved back to the US and became a regular exhibitor at SPX. A woman of eclectic interests, she's done comics on conscientious objectors in England in World War I, 1960's Coney Island, and woman's baseball, as well as editing anthologies such as British women's collection, The Strumpet. She was in town a few weeks ago for her ex-studio mate Robin Ha's book-signing at E...
Tags: Post, Comics, England, London, Washington Post, Washington, New York City, US, New Jersey, Baseball, Seattle, Coney Island, School Of Visual Arts, Manhattan New York, Long Island New York, Effa Manley

Jane Haslem, Doonesbury cartoon exhibitor in DC, dies

The Post had a very small obituary for her on February 11th, which made it into print today. Jane Haslem, art gallery owner. Washington Post (February 27 2020): B5 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/community-deaths/2020/02/11/7ddd78d6-4d03-11ea-9b5c-eac5b16dafaa_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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House of Mystery #253 - Neal Adams cover, Alex Nino art

Neal Adams House of Mystery v1 #253, 1977 - A light emanates from a baby's face as his babysitter recoils in horror. Neal Adams' cover cleverly lets the reader imagine the demon baby's appearance rather than his own interpretation. Alex Nino's story of the same name only faintly resembles the characters, but his artwork is no less compelling. Especially clever is the opening panel's depiction [Author: Unknown]
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News: Auction - Dungeon Draw original art

Scott R. Kurtz: Holy Cow! (or should I say Elephant?) Joel Carroll is auctioning off his Phantor the Pachyderm Prestidigitator on ebay and he's set the starting price at a measly ONE DOLLAR! If you like this art, but wish it was of YOUR character, Joel is currently open for commissions. Just slide into his DMS, or instaface him. I dunno. I'm old. I know he's on twitter @joelcarroll. Hit him up there. The drawing is pen and ink on 7x9 bristol board and Joel will ship it right t...
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Ride-Or-Die Dog Joins Toddler For Time Out

THE LOYALTY We all know the saying, “Dogs are man’s best friend,” but how far will they really go for us? My 100-pound German shepherd got spooked by a rabbit in a bush one day and booked it down the forest path before I had time to say, “Hey dingus it’s just a bunny,” so it’s a safe assumption that he isn’t going to protect me in the event of any life-or-death situations. It’s fine, Zeppelin, I forgive you. The furry companion of one boy, however, has proven that he really is man’s (or...
Tags: Humor, Zeppelin, Peyton, Sloane Hughes, Peyton Smith, Jillian Smith, Jillian Marie Smith

Meet The Chillest Driver In The World

His name is Juan David, he’s a real life angel and we love him If you can zen out in rush hour, you can zen out anywhere At a time when humans can scare the holy living ear wax out of you, it’s such a delightful reminder to see that there are people in the world who are kind, considerate, and stone-cold, steely-nerved guardians of gridlock gallantry. Because the inevitable dramas and various collisions (real or metaphorical) we get into in our end-of-day, post-work funk can, and often do...
Tags: World, Humor, Juan David, Alexander Greer, Joe SaundersProduction, Annie Mae Coleman, Alex Greer, Funny Or DieJoe SaundersAlexander Greer, DieJoe SaundersAlexander Greer

FIRST LOVE Director Takashi Miike’s Top Five Yakuza Movies

The cult Japanese director picks his five favourite movies from the Yakuza genre. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Don’t Say His Name! First Trailer and Poster for CANDYMAN

Clive Barker's iconic creation returns. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Lucy Knisley with a baby carriage. Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos captures the graphic memoirist’s experiences with pregnancy and childbirth — which went about as not smoothly as you could fear, since she almost died during the process. From reading her previous autobiographical graphic novels, I knew she’d dreamed about having children for a long time. As she says in her illustrated introduction, the book covers two years of “what [......
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Dead or Alive 6’s Atelier Ryza & Gust Costumes Also Have Pantsu

Dutiful perverts have thoroughly analyzed the Atelier Ryza and Gust collab costumes that have embellished Dead or Alive 6, and likely startling no fan familiar with the DLC by now, the outfits come with pantsu that can be exposed during gameplay – an element that helps add more value to the costumes. Various screenshots of […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Dlc, Tecmo Koei, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Fighting Games, Image Gallery, Gust, Dead or Alive, Ryza, Atelier Ryza

Kevin Hart to Star in an Action Comedy From ‘Broad City’ Alums

Kevin Hart has found his next comedy. The Jumanji: The Next Level star is attached to star in a yet-untitled action-comedy from Broad City alums Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs. The film is being developed by Universal Pictures, with Aniello and Downs set to pen the script as well as executive produce. Variety reports that Kevin Hart is attached to star in an untitled action-comedy under Universal Pictures. The film is based on an original idea from Broad City‘s Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Dow...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, Star, Broad City, Universal, Kevin-Hart, Universal Pictures, Will Packer, Lee, PAUL, Hart, Variety, Packer, Downs, James Lopez

‘Dirty Money’ Season 2 Trailer: Kushner Real Estate Fiascos, Wells Fargo Fraud, and Other Terrible Things

In case you needed another reminder of how corrupt and downright evil the corporate world can be, here comes Dirty Money season 2. The series “provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal, financial malfeasance, and corruption in the world of business,” and this new season features some familiar, much-loathed faces — like Jared Kushner, son-in-law to the President of the United States, and the possible inspiration for Brahms from Brahms: The Boy 2. Watch the Dirty Money...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, United States, South America, Goldman Sachs, Fda, Epa, Margaret Brown, Wells Fargo, Trump, Najib Razak, Brahms, Kushner

Hans Zimmer Created a New Major League Soccer Theme, and Yes, it Rocks

The ever-prolific Hans Zimmer took some time off from composing pulse-pounding scores for big blockbusters to record some music for…*checks notes*…Major League Soccer. Yes, that’s right, Mr. Zimmer is out here rocking the soccer (or football, if you live anywhere other than America) world with a big, loud, kick-ass piece of music. I’m not a sports fan, and I have never felt the urge to watch a soccer game in my life. But even I have to admit this rocks. Hear the Hans Zimmer MLS theme below. ...
Tags: Movies, America, Mls, Major League Soccer, Zimmer, Hans Zimmer, Space Jam, Soundtracks, David Bruce -LSB- Zimmer

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Free Super Tuesday political films at DuVernay’s ARRAY

Want to watch something other than election returns on Super Tuesday? Filmmaker Ava DuVernay and her squad at the ARRAY Creative Campus have a great (and still political!) alternative for you. From Tuesday afternoon into the evening, the Historic Filipinotown complex’s ultra-plush Amanda Cinema theater will present “For the People,” a free movie marathon of some of the most noteworthy political films ever made, most of them by women and people of color. The Amanda Cinema at the Array Creative ...
Tags: Business, Politics, Elections, Movies, News, Congress, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Sport, Fbi, Things To Do, Soccer, House, Local News, Ava Duvernay, Bernie Sanders

Real estate stocks slammed amid coronavirus market woes

Days of coronavirus-induced stock selloffs have driven the share price of numerous companies, including many in the real estate industry, plummeting.
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Cdc, China, Analysis, Virus, Radio, Goldman Sachs, Zillow, Great Recession, Dow, Wuhan, S&P 500, Redfin, Industry News

Akane Indo Bikini Ero-Figure Will Inspire Lust

Figure collectors who haven’t snared themselves a prized bikini figure in a while may consider emptying their wallets for this interpretation of Akane Indo, an original girl sketched in artbook “REI — Homare Artworks” by Homare, as she boldly wears a pure white mizugi and has visible tan lines that will invigorate any potent male […]
Tags: Anime, Mabel, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Lechery, Akane Indo, Homare

Anthony Mackie Thinks the Only Place to Work With “Filmmakers You Adore” is on Streaming

Anthony Mackie may be the star of one of the biggest franchises in the world, but he’s probably on your computer screen (or if you’re really fancy, your television via a streaming device) more often than he’s on the silver screen. Many actors, once they make it big, are reluctant to go back to TV or streaming unless it’s a big prestige project. But in the past year, Mackie has appeared in a Black Mirror episode on Netflix, the Netflix Joe Lynch action thriller Point Blank, and he will soon be s...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, David O Russell, Avengers, Charlie Kaufman, Martin Scorsese, Altered Carbon, Russell, Anthony Mackie, Mackie, Joe Lynch, Netflix/Streaming Video, Spike Lee David Fincher

Official Trailer for Ensemble Relationships Comedy Film 'Almost Love'

"It's all so confusing…!" Vertical Entertainment has released an official trailer for an indie ensemble comedy titled Almost Love, a film about romance in the smartphone era. Also known as Sell By, which is the title the film is using for the UK release. This originally premiered at the Toronto Inside Out Film Festival, and also played at numerous LGBTQ festivals including Outfest, Out on Film Festival, and a few others. Adam and Marklin's 5-year relationship has gone from a passionate flame...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, New York City, Toronto, Adam, Indies, Kate Walsh, Mike Doyle, To Watch, Marklin

Lena Waithe on Accusations She Stole Concept of New Show: “I Would Never Steal Another Artist’s Work”

Lena Waithe is finally addressing an accusation that she stole the idea of her upcoming show from a rising screenwriter. “I have never seen Nina Lee’s work nor would I ever steal another artist’s work,” Waithe stated emphatically in a statement she released on Wednesday (Feb. 26). #GirlsRoom pic.twitter.com/KYmOUH36Bc — Lena Waithe (@LenaWaithe) February 26, 2020 In a series of tweets (with compelling support), up and coming screenwriter, Nina Lee claimed that Waithe’s new show Girls Room is...
Tags: TV, Celebs, Pop Culture, Jazz, Dove, Lee, Lena, Lena Waithe, Waithe, Nina Lee, Girls Room, Nina Lee @NinaSerafina February

New US Trailer for 'Robert the Bruce' Film Starring Angus Macfadyen

"Scotland is clutched in the grip of a mighty hand… Now, we'll set her free!" Screen Media Films has just released another official US trailer for the Scottish historical action drama Robert the Bruce, made by Australian director Richard Gray (of Mine Games, Blinder, The Lookalike, Broken Ghost). Robert the Bruce is a hard-hitting historical epic covering the turbulent time after William Wallace's victories depicted in Braveheart. This originally premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival last...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Scotland, US, Lulu, Robert, Kevin McNally, Braveheart, William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, Richard Gray, To Watch, Edinburgh Film Festival, Angus Macfadyen

‘Tokyo Godfathers’ Trailer Debuts the First English Dub for Satoshi Kon’s Classic

In his short-lived career, Satoshi Kon released nothing but bonafide anime classics and Tokyo Godfathers is no exception. Often touted as the most accessible of the Perfect Blue and Paprika director’s filmography, Tokyo Godfathers is a warm, Frank Capra-esque comedy that has flown under the radar in the Western hemisphere since its release in 2003. But 17 years later, Tokyo Godfathers is finally getting released in U.S. theaters with an official English-language dub. Watch the English dub trail...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Anime, Movie Trailers, Frank Capra, Kon, Satoshi Kon, Tokyo Godfathers, Keiko Nobumoto Cowboy Bebop, Animax Asia, NYAV Post, Jon Avner Just Cause

TV Casting: ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Spin-Off ‘Clarice’, ‘Kung Fu’ Reboot, and ‘The Lost Boys’

A slew of TV casting happened this week, and we’re here to tell you all about it. Clarice, a Silence of the Lambs spin-off series that isn’t Hannibal, has found its lead, and so has the Kung Fu reboot. Meanwhile, the new pilot for The Lost Boys TV series has added a bunch of names as well. This will actually be the second attempt at a Lost Boys pilot – Warner Bros. TV fired the entire cast of their original pilot, save for two actors. Clarice Casting Rebecca Breeds has been cast as Clarice...
Tags: Cook, Television, Movies, Casting, China, Kung Fu, David, Cbs, Hannibal Lecter, University Of Virginia, North Carolina, Cw, Hannibal, Michael, Jodie Foster, David Carradine

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