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Grow – Koyamori Illustration Art Book Review

Grow is the first art book by the Asian-Canadian illustrator who goes by the pen name Koyamori. Utilizing primarily water-colors and equipped with an acute color sense, Koyamori creates stunning illustrations with her subject matters often inspired by natural elements like plants, creatures, water and stars. The artist hopes “to create a sense of peace and comfort for those who see her art work”, and it certainly works for me; I especially find her harmonious use of colors quite soothing to m...
Tags: Amazon, Anime, Amazon UK, Koyamori


Doctor Strange v2 #51 - Marshall Rogers art & cover

Marshall Rogers Doctor Strange v2 #51, 1982 - Trapped in a Nazi-occupied castle during WWII, Dr. Strange must stop a pair of mystics from sacrificing Clea and bringing Dormammu into this dimension. More panels are employed by Marshall Rogers than previous issues, while maintaining a high level of detail. As usual, his graphic renditions of mystical forces are excellent. The climactic scene on [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Clea, Ted F, Marshall Rogers, Dormammu, Marshall Rogers Doctor Strange


Goblin Slayer So Irresistible

Goblin Slayer has further delved into the backstories of its characters, attempting to make viewers care about them before the cruel and twisted series inevitably subjects them to (another) heartrending tragedy… Omake:
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Image Gallery, White Fox, Goblin Slayer


Hangyakusei Million Arthur Crossing Boundaries

Hangyakusei Million Arthur has become inclined to focus more on sex appeal as one of its effeminate male characters has been forced into dressing like a girl, immediately infatuating the women around him as they try to steal him away. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Arthur, Image Gallery, Crossdressing, JC Staff, Omake, Million Arthur, Hangyakusei Million Arthur Crossing Boundaries


Best new shows and movies to stream: ‘The Kominsky Method,’ ‘Tomb Raider,’ more

Need something to watch this weekend? Check out our list of the best new shows and movies to stream right now. On the list this week: The Kominsky Method, John Leguizamo's Latin American History for Morons, and more. The post Best new shows and movies to stream: ‘The Kominsky Method,’ ‘Tomb Raider,’ more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Home Theater, Streaming, John Leguizamo, Movies & TV, Kominsky


The Story Behind: The Extraordinary History Behind Ordinary Objects

The Story Behind: The Extraordinary History Behind Ordinary Objects is a book compiling short stories of object origins, taken from the podcast of the same name by Emily Prokop. When I was a kid, before the internet became what it is and destroyed traditional publishing, I gobbled up books like these. It was so cool learning where things came from and bits of trivia around their creation. The Story Behind taps into that same appeal. Each chapter runs only 4-6 [...]
Tags: Comics, Other Prose, Emily Prokop


Swamp Thing #20 - non-attributed Nestor Redondo art

Swamp Thing v1 #20, 1976 - Deep in the Florida Everglades, the Swamp Thing battles his doppleganger in a final confrontation. Nestor Redondo opens with a beautiful splash page, depicting the legendary fountain of youth and its indian caretaker. His deft brushwork appears throughout the story, but stands out in the handful of larger panels. Some comic book guides have failed to attribute this [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Florida Everglades, Ted F, Nestor Redondo


New Release Review (VOD/DVD) - BLOODY BALLET

A ballet dancer is tormented by visions of a masked figure. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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Oldtaku no Radio #027 – In This Corner of the World

In This Corner of the World Adapting the original manga by Fumiyo Kouno, MAPPA's In This Corner of the World depicts the life and times of people in Kure and Hiroshima during World War II. The show's protagonist – an easily-distracted, artistically-inclined, young woman – marries into a family in a nearby city. The audience watches her grow from child to young woman to wife – all behind a transparent theater of war that doesn't so much raise or lower but focuses perspective on a humanity of...
Tags: Ink, World, World War Ii, Anime, Hiroshima, Jared, Don, MAPPA, Kure, Tetsu, In This Corner of the World, Sunao Katabuchi, Radio Ink Jared Ink, Fumiyo Kouno, Corner of the World, Fandom Post


New ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ Music Video Makes Being a Soldier in a Zombie War Sound Catchy

So this is how the zombie apocalypse will go down: in song. Anna and the Apocalypse, the acclaimed horror-musical-comedy that broke everyone’s brains at Fantastic Fest (in a good way), has a new music video for the song “Soldier at War,” performed by Ben Wiggins. In the new Anna and the Apocalypse music video, we see how the residents of the sleepy town of Little Haven deal with the zombie apocalypse. Anna and the Apocalypse Music Video The music video for “Soldier at War” is a gleeful ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Horror, BAFTA, Musical, Anna, MGM, Video Clips, Jacob Hall, Little Haven, Fantastic Fest, Tommy Reilly, Ryan McHenry, Ben Wiggins, Anna and the Apocalypse, Alan McDonald


‘Aquaman’ Gets a Spoonful of Sugar from Julie Andrews

With Mary Poppins Returns heading to theaters next month, you might think that it’s a no-brainer that the original film’s star Julie Andrews would be making some kind of appearance in the Disney sequel. However, the actress has already confirmed she didn’t want to take away from Emily Blunt inheriting the role of the magical nanny, so she’s not popping up in Mary Poppins Returns. Instead, another major December release has been graced with the talents of Julie Andrews. Aquaman has been complete...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Casting, Disney, Emily Blunt, Aquaman, Warner Brothers, Julie Andrews, Julie, Mary Poppins, Fiona, Peter Safran, Comic Book/Superhero, Mary Poppins Returns, Arthur Curry Jason Momoa, Karathen


Nicolas Roeg, Director of ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth,’ Dies at 90

He liked to put music stars in his films, including David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Among his other admired 1970s movies were “Don’t Look Now” and “Walkabout.”
Tags: Movies, News, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Nicolas Roeg, Nicolas, Roeg, Deaths (Obituaries


Keanu Reeves is Voicing a Character in ‘Toy Story 4’, and We Might Have Seen Him Already

Not too long ago, we got our first look at Toy Story 4, which included a glimpse at some new toys coming to the franchise. The first teaser trailer introduced us to Forky, a craft-like “toy” made out of a spork, pipe cleaner and googly eyes. Then a second teaser introduced us to some carnival stuffed animals voiced by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. But those aren’t the only new characters we’ll be seeing in Toy Story 4. On Thanksgiving, a new episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fal...
Tags: Movies, Jimmy Fallon, Casting, Tom Hanks, Animation, Sequels, Pixar, Tim-Allen, Keanu-Reeves, Evel Knievel, Allen, Gorman, Jordan Peele, Buzz Lightyear, Keegan Michael Key, Jack Jack


Top 10 Light Novels of 2019

The 2019 edition of Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi has returned to enlighten readers on the novels voters believe were the best of the year, with the usual wildly popular selections being pushed aside for once. The bunkobon ranking:   1. Sabikui no Bisuko 2. Ryuuou no Oshigoto 3. Jaku Chara Tomozaki-kun 4. Hige o […]
Tags: Rankings, 86, Anime, Manga, Bakemonogatari, Sword Art Online, Light Novels, A Certain Magical Index, Ryuuou no Oshigoto, Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi, Bisuko, Jaku Chara Tomozaki


A Mosquito-Man – review

Director: Michael Manasseri Release date: 2016 Contains spoilers Science goes mad and creates a mosquito human hybrid… its actually not an unheard of trope and the madness of the science is underlined by the fact that in every example (as well as this film we have also looked at Mansquito & Weresquito: Nazi Hunter) the mosquito human hybrid is male… and male mosquito’s don’t drink blood (they actually feed on tree sap, it’s the female mosquito that feeds on blood). Ok… perhaps that is thinking ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Dave, Jackie, Evelyn, Dan, Del Toro, Jim, Amazon UK, Jim Jim, Lee Thomas, Created By Science, Vampire Mosquito, Michael Manasseri, Evelyn Jordan Trovillion, Derek Faraci Nathanial McClure


Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: Black Friday Blues

This Saturday post is the weekly Type-Moon news in addition to the regular APB post on Sunday. If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on the Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup drop me a line via email or Twitter. A Taste of Sin The Intro to the third Lostbelt was released before the big … Continue reading Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: Black Friday Blues
Tags: Anime, Fate/Stay Night, Favored Topics, Type-Moon, Fate/Extra, Fate/Grand Order, APB, Type Moon Weekly News Roundup


This Week In Trailers: To Dust, Piercing, The Vanishing, Arctic, American Renegades

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we get secluded on an island with Gerard Butler, try to get away with murder, watch as Ferris Beuller becomes a mensch, see what a p...
Tags: Movies, This Week In Trailers, Arctic, Movie Trailers, Tom Hardy, Gerard Butler, Piercing, J K Simmons, Matthew Broderick, Ferris Beuller, Mikkelsen, Mia Wasikowska, Shawn Snyder, Mads Mikkelsen, Movie Marketing, Secret Life of Pets


My SOTA Battery Journey

Batteries are a necessity for portable operation, including Summits On The Air (SOTA) activations. In situations where I’m using a handheld transceiver, it has its own battery. I might carry a spare battery or two, depending on how long I intend to operate. I also make use of my Yaesu FT-817 (mostly for 2m ssb/cw) and a small 2m/70cm FM transceiver (Yaesu FT-90). The FT-817 has an internal battery pack but I worry that it will run out of charge during the activation. The FT-90 needs a battery to...
Tags: Equipment, Radio, Sla, PCM, Ham Radio, Yaesu, SOTA, Bob K0NR, Air SOTA, Bioenno Power, SOTA Battery Journey, Bioenno


Desktop Wallpaper Sites You Must Check Out

While computer make-overs aren’t really a thing, the quickest and cheapest way to give your system a new look is to spruce up your display with a snazzy new desktop wallpaper. I’m pretty selective when it comes to desktop wallpaper, only the very best high resolution, HD quality images will do for my setup. Below are four of my favorite desktop wallpaper sites. Unsplash: In my opinion, this is the grand daddy of all desktop wallpaper sites. Beautiful, high quality photos by some of the best p...
Tags: Comics, News, Mac, Software, HD desktop wallpaper, High Resolution Desktop Wallpaper, Widescreen Desktop Wallpaper, Wallhalla


New Release Review - ROMA

A year in the life of a maid working for a family in 1970s Mexico City. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, Netflix, World cinema, Roma, Vod, New Releases, By Eric Hillis, TheMovieWaffler.com, Mexico City Read


CS Interview: Joel Hodgson & Jonah Ray on MST3K: The Gauntlet

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Joel Hodgson & Jonah Ray on MST3K: The Gauntlet On Thanksgiving Day Netflix released Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet, the 12th season of MST3K where Jonah and the bots have to endure six terrible B-movies back-to-back. When we chatted with series creator Joel Hodgson and current host Jonah Ray about the new season, they explained why they decided to change format from 14 episodes to just 6, and adding in a season arc that carries through all 6 epis...
Tags: TV, Movies, Minnesota, Horror, Netflix, Kickstarter, TV News, Pacific Rim, Hodgson, Mark Hamill, Jonah, Beaulieu, Ray, Frank, McDonald, Felicia


10 Gifts For Your Wishlist That Make It Look Like You Work Out

Only people in great shape have these gifts on their list and definitely wouldn’t return them all and buy video games For better or for worse, if you put a wishlist together for the holidays, that list will tell your story. It will tell your family and friends, “This is who I am, and this is who I aspire to be.” Keep in mind, the people looking at this list are the people who care about you most. You don’t want to send this link out only to make people think, “Oh God, I hope this poor soul...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Garfield, Kettlebell Weights Dumbell


Generation Wealth, Consumerism, and the Decline of Civilization

Lauren Greenfield's Generation Wealth compiles all of the director/writer/photographer's work of the past 20 years into one extended meditation on the evil effects of our consumerist/materialist culture, and I found the movie compelling when I wasn't pleasantly bothered by its bleak implications.Greenfield likes to explore the story arcs of the lives of rappers, moguls, porn stars, Wall Street broker types, plastic surgery enthusiasts, and high level Las Vegas hostesses when she doesn't return ...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Dubai, Las Vegas, Greenfield, Lauren Greenfield, The Film Doctor, Bret Easton Ellis Less Than Zero Bret


IFI French Film Festival 2018 Review - THE TROUBLE WITH YOU

A widow learns her late husband was a crooked cop and attempts to make amends with the young man whose life he ruined. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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3 Days, 3 Deals: DAY TWO!

DAY TWO of “3 days, 3 deals”! TODAY: All Sheldon original art is $50-off! Navigate to your favorite in the archives, and click “Buy Today’s Original Art”. Bam! $50 off!
Tags: Post, Comics, Sheldon


Partly-baked idea: Reorganize the ARRL Field Organization?

A couple of days ago, I got an email from a reader who was upset that his section manager (SM) had stated that he was not going to cooperate with one of the recently-elected division directors. Apparently, he was disappointed in the outcome of the election, and even though the director-elect extended an  olive branch, the SM said, “[I] will not support you” That got me to thinking about the section manager position and the ARRL Field Organization in general. The section manager (SM) is really ...
Tags: Radio, New Hampshire, Michigan, Southeast Michigan, ARRL, ARRL Field Organization, Red Cross the Salvation Army, Field Organization


Weekend Post

So last Wednesday I did a post sharing my love for the 1950’s sitcom classic, THE HONEYMOONERS. In the comment section I got the expected few who agreed and adored it and those that felt the show... [Author: Ken Levine]
Tags: Humor, Ken Levine


Unofficial Fallout 76 Accolades Trailer Brutally Honest

A parody trailer for the recently released mess of a game that is Fallout 76 has been created by a cheeky YouTuber compiling all the brutally honest review snippets from popular gaming publications. YouTuber Ghost Machine has prepared the bitter parody trailer based on all the negative reception Fallout 76 has received since its launch and […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Parody, Anime, Fallout, Bethesda, Live Action, MMOFPS, YouTuber Ghost Machine



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