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Cohabitation Life With Big-Breasted Demon Lord Offers Total Luxury

“Cohabitation Life with Voluptuous & Big-Breasted Demon Lord” has players living another impossible fantasy as they take the role of a beta male who happens to get lucky as a demon girl makes her way into his life, surely something that every male has dreamed of at some point. The protagonist, a fat corporate slave […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Fetish, Tan, Oppai, H, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels


Build An Army Of Dangerously Sexy Girls In Senshi’s Revenge

Once again bolstering its library of eroge, Nutaku has released “Senshi’s Revenge” onto its platform, blessing players with the chance to breed (quite literally) an army of warrior maidens to fight against an evil invading kingdom. The adventure-style title has players controlling the prince of “Kurustork”, who must defend the kingdom against the invading Osen […]
Tags: Games, Christmas, Sales, Army, Anime, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Nutaku, Senshi, Kurustork, Osen


‘Hellboy’ Will Tackle the Complexity of a Hero as a Killer, Reveals New Image from the Reboot

Even though plenty of Hellboy fans were anxious to see director Guillermo del Toro finish out the franchise he started for the unlikely Dark Horse Comics hero, Universal Pictures simply didn’t want to take a risk on spending millions of dollars to bring it to an end. Instead, Lionsgate picked up the rights to Big Red and decided to reboot the secret weapon of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense. And if star David Harbour is to be believed, we’ll be getting a somewhat different versio...
Tags: Images, Movies, Fantasy, Guillermo Del Toro, Hellboy, Universal Pictures, Dark Horse Comics, Lionsgate Films, Comic Book/Superhero, Golden Army, Ron Perlman, David Harbour, Bureau For Paranormal Research And Defense, New Hellboy Image Empire, Trevor Broom Bruttenholm Ian McShane, Bruttenholm


Comiket 95 Dash As Hectic As Ever

Comiket 95’s arrival has naturally beckoned hordes of otaku to the cherished dreamland, with the station dash being as humorous and hectic as ever as large groups of people can be seen running through so as to not waste any time queuing for anything less than a first edition doujinshi. Videos of the staple dash:
Tags: Japan, Events, Tokyo, Anime, Otaku, Video Gallery, Comiket


‘Stan and Ollie’ Clips: John C. Reilly and Steve Coogan Bring the Classic Comedy Duo to Life

This weekend brings Stan and Ollie to select theaters in New York and Los Angeles before the film expands in the coming weeks. There has been plenty of praise for the film, especially when it comes to the lead performances by John C. Reilly and Steve Coogan, but if you need to be convinced to see this story about the later years of the classic comedy duo of Laurel and Hardy, a new batch of clips should do the trick. Watch the Stan and Ollie clips below. In this clip, a tense conversation t...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Robin Hood, Los Angeles, Britain, True Story, Oliver, Steve-Coogan, Video Clips, John-C-Reilly, Laurel, Hardy, Stan Ollie, Coogan


Renton post office renamed to honor Jimi Hendrix, while new exhibition looks at icon’s early years

The James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix Post Office is less than a mile from where the legendary guitarist is buried in Greenwood Memorial Park cemetery, while the Northwest African American Museum's exhibition offers an intimate look at the star's upbringing.
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, Jimi Hendrix, Visual Arts, Local News, RENTON, Greenwood Memorial Park, James Marshall Jimi Hendrix Post Office


Saoirse Ronan Reunites with Wes Anderson for ‘The French Dispatch,’ Teams Up With Kate Winslet for ‘Ammonite’

Promise Saoirse Ronan a corset, or at least a chance to wear a fancy hat, and you’ve got her booked for your next period drama. The Mary Queen of Scots actress is making a habit out of starring in prestigious historical dramas, but with casts and directors like these, you have to at least be vaguely interested. Four years after The Grand Budapest Hotel, Saoirse Ronan is reuniting with director Wes Anderson for his 10th feature film, The French Dispatch. But while she’ll be reuniting with a few ...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Romance, Drama, Casting, Paris, Wes-Anderson, Kate-Winslet, Tilda Swinton, Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson, Saoirse-Ronan, Ronan, Francis Lee, Mary Anning


2018 movies broke box-office records worldwide. Here’s how.

What a difference a year makes. At the movies, anyway. Theatrical grosses came off a down 2017 to set both domestic and international box-office records in 2018. According to comScore, the Sherman Oaks-based media audience measurement company, North American ticket sales for 2018 should reach $11.9 billion by year’s end. The amount outside the U.S. and Canada is $29.8 billion, making for a worldwide total of $41.7 billion. Those figures are the highest ever registered, and translate to percentag...
Tags: Business, Hollywood, Movies, News, Disney, Sport, Netflix, Canada, Soccer, Nato, North America, Pixar, Aquaman, Sherman Oaks, Ernst Young, Paul Dergarabedian


The best shows on Netflix right now (January 2019)

Looking for a new show to binge? Lucky for you, we've curated a list of the best shows on Netflix, whether you're a fan of outlandish anime, dramatic period pieces, or shows that leave you questioning what lies beyond. The post The best shows on Netflix right now (January 2019) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, Home Theater, Streaming, Movies & TV, Best Of Everything


‘Your Name’ U.S. Remake Will Be “Through the Lens of a Western Viewpoint”

It’s the word that we all dread when we hear about a Hollywood remake of a wildly successful foreign-language property: “Americanized.” Often it comes with the territory of making an English-language remake of a foreign movie — after all you have to cater to your audience. But for Bad Robot, which is currently developing the U.S. Your Name remake with Arrival writer Eric Heisserer attached, it’s a tricky line to walk in lieu of a history of bad anime remakes and recent controversies around whit...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Romance, Sci-fi, Netflix, Scarlett Johansson, Anime, Shell, Remakes, Makoto Shinkai, Fred Topel, Eric Heisserer, Heisserer, Bad-Robot, Your Name


‘Bird Box’ Has Had the Best Week in Netflix History, According to Netflix

Netflix doesn’t usually like to give away their statistics, but in the case of Bird Box, they’re making an exception. According to the streaming giant itself, Bird Box viewers have totaled more than 45,000,000 so far, giving the Sandra Bullock horror flick the “best first 7 days ever for a Netflix film.” That’s both surprising, and impressive. Hopefully Netflix will reward the birds in the box with some birdseed. Took off my blindfold this morning to discover that 45,037,125 Netflix account...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, John Malkovich, Sandra Bullock, Sarah Paulson, Susanne Bier, Malorie, Emily Yoshida, Bird Box


Federalist writer, Fox News guest Bre Payton dies at 26

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Bre Payton, a writer for the conservative news site The Federalist and a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel and other media outlets, has died suddenly at the age of 26. The Federalist and a friend, Morgan Murtaugh, confirmed Payton’s death Friday in San Diego. Murtaugh said Payton had been […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, San Diego, Fox News, Fox News Channel, Payton, Murtaugh, Bre Payton, Morgan Murtaugh


Kevin Spacey asks to skip Massachusetts court appearance

BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for Kevin Spacey are asking a judge to allow the actor to skip his arraignment on sexual assault charges in a Massachusetts courthouse next month. The Boston Globe reports that Spacey’s attorneys have filed a motion asking to excuse his presence at a Jan. 7 hearing in Nantucket District Court. The […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Boston, Massachusetts, Ap, Nation, Kevin Spacey, Nantucket, The Boston Globe, Spacey


The ‘Roger Rabbit’ Sequel Script is ‘Wonderful’, Says Robert Zemeckis, But Disney Isn’t Making It

It’s been 30 years since the ground-breaking Who Framed Roger Rabbit hit theaters, and it might be 30 more before we ever see a sequel. The blend of live-action and animation was a smash-hit at the box office, but despite several attempts, a follow-up never got off the ground. According to Robert Zemeckis, the latest Roger Rabbit sequel script is done, and pretty darn good. But Disney doesn’t seem interested. A potential Roger Rabbit sequel has been rumored ever since the original opened in ...
Tags: Movies, Yahoo, Disney, Sequels, Robert-Zemeckis, Steven Spielberg, Bob Hoskins, Jessica, J J Abrams, Roger, Zemeckis, Roger Rabbit, Disney/Pixar, Who-Framed-Roger-Rabbit, Gary K Wolf, Eddie Valiant


New Release Review (DVD/VOD) - CHRISTMAS BLOOD

A Yuletide get together is interrupted by a Santa impersonating killer. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, Santa, TheMovieWaffler.com


Barack Obama’s Favorite Book of 2018 Was ‘Becoming.’ Here’s What Else He Liked.

The former president shared the works he found particularly thought-provoking or inspiring this year in a lengthy Facebook post.
Tags: Facebook, Music, Movies, News, Obama, Barack Obama, Barack, Books and Literature


Catching up with Richmond's Ash Griffith's column in RVA Magazine

RVA Mag Comics X-Change: Issue 1 Ash Griffith | August 30, 2018https://rvamag.com/art/zines-books/rva-mag-comics-x-change-issue-1.html RVA Mag Comics X-Change: Issue 2 Ash Griffith | September 10, 2018https://rvamag.com/art/zines-books/rva-mag-comics-x-change-issue-2.html RVA Comics X-Change: Issue 3 Ash Griffith | October 2, 2018 https://rvamag.com/art/zines-books/rva-comics-x-change-issue-3.html RVA Mag Comix X-Change: Issue 4 ...
Tags: Comics, Richmond, Mike Rhode, RVA Magazine, Ash Griffith, RVA Mag Comics X Change, RVA Mag Comics


NPR's Yu talks to Walden and Stotts

'We Are Here': Questions For Comics Creator Taneka Stotts ·   Mallory Yu December 21, 2018 https://www.npr.org/2018/12/21/677923981/we-are-here-questions-for-comics-creator-taneka-stotts 'It Would Have Changed My Life': Questions For Cartoonist Tillie Walden Mallory Yu December 24, 2018 https://www.npr.org/2018/12...
Tags: Comics, Npr, Walden, Stotts, Mike Rhode, Taneka Stotts, Mallory Yu, Tillie Walden Mallory Yu


PlayStation Canada Holiday Sale: Save 70% off Select Games

PlayStation Canada has a new Holiday Sale available now, where you can save 70% off select games. This Holyday sale is valid until January 18, 2019. Click here to view PlayStation flash sale
Tags: Shopping, Playstation, Canada, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Playstation Canada


‘Avengers: Endgame’ Beats Out ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’ For Most Anticipated Movie of 2019

After the emotional distress that Avengers: Infinity War wrought on Marvel fans everywhere, it’s no wonder that Avengers: Endgame is next year’s most anticipated movie. A Fandango poll revealed that the next Avengers film has beat out the year’s other blockbuster big-hitter, Star Wars: Episode 9, for the most anticipated movie of 2019. Marvel is winning on all fronts for building anticipation for its films in 2019, according to a survey conducted by Fandango for USA TODAY. The Russo Brothers...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Fandango, Star-Wars, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Secret Life of Pets, Star Wars Episode 9, Russo Brothers Avengers, Avengers: Endgame


You Can Play One of the Games From ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Now

Black Mirror is taking its interactive feature-length special to a whole other level. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is making headlines for its unique choose-your-own-adventure format, forcing its viewers to make choices that will send them hurtling down a different rabbit hole every time. It’s an experience not unlike a video game, which is fitting since the premise of Bandersnatch centers around a programmer attempting to adapt a fantasy novel into a game. With Black Mirror: Bandersnatch set in ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Video Games, Sci-fi, Netflix, Britain, Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker, Will Poulter, Tuckersoft, Black Mirror: Bandersatch, Nohzdyve, Tuckersoft Netflix, Colin Ritman


77 Sunset Strip #2 - Russ Manning art

77 Sunset Strip v1 #2, 1963 - In the only story not based in Los Angeles, detective Spencer travels to South America in search of a missing person. The foreign setting gives Russ Manning the chance to draw a different cultural environment. He does so admirably, capturing the houses, foliage and native dress with ease (see interior page below). Manning's other tale is more standard detective fare [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Los Angeles, South America, Spencer, Manning, Russ Manning, Ted F


Disney+ Will Have a Big Part in the Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Where is the Marvel Cinematic Universe going? Anywhere it wants, because it makes all the money. But it’s also going to Disney+, the new Disney streaming service set to debut in 2019. We already knew that Marvel shows are being planned for the service, and now Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige has underlined the importance of Disney+ regarding future plans for the MCU. In an interview with Variety, Kevin Feige called Disney+ “another exciting avenue” for the MCU, adding: “When we announ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, Jon Favreau, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Falcon, Luke Cage, Loki, Kevin-Feige, Anthony Mackie, MCU, Sebastian Stan, Comic Book/Superhero


Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Update Bitter For Mac & Linux Users

The newest Kickstarter update for Koji Igarashi’s “Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night” has some distressing news for Mac and Linux users as the support options for both of these platforms have just been canceled. The update: In this update, we have a very important announcement to make.  Bloodstained will no longer be supported on Mac and Linux. […]
Tags: Games, Xbox One, Kickstarter, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Pc Gaming, Koji Igarashi, Bloodstained


Bash Bish Falls: Read This Before Hiking in MA or NY!

... Do click the title to see the full, beautiful article!
Tags: Travel, Kids, Humor, Usa: New England, Tourist Attractions, Travel Warnings, Bash Bish


‘The Day the Clown Cried’: Why Jerry Lewis’s Lost Holocaust Film Is Still Lost

With the release of Orson Welles’s “The Other Side of the Wind,” Lewis’s notorious drama may be the world’s most famous unfinished film. It may also stay that way.
Tags: Movies, News, Orson Welles, Library Of Congress, Lewis, Jerry, Welles, Jerry Lewis, Orson, The Other Side of the Wind (Movie, The Day the Clown Cried (Movie


Most Wanted: December 2018

In these posts, we’ll highlight some of our recommended new U.S. manga and anime releases. The Line-up posts have helped record what gets licensed (among other things), while Most Wanted will help to record when those licenses actually come out. We might even throw in a light novel or game from time to time. These … Continue reading Most Wanted: December 2018
Tags: Editorials, Anime, Manga


Netflix is Launching 47 Stand-Up Specials from an International Assembly of Comedians on New Year’s Day

Netflix is adding new stand-up specials to their streaming library every single week, and it’s pretty hard to keep up – especially with all the other movies and TV shows arriving every week. But the streaming service is about to outdo themselves by releasing an onslaught of stand-up comedy on New Year’s Day. Comedians of the World is a new stand-up series from Netflix that is bringing 47 half-hour comedy specials to subscribers from 47 different comedians, from 13 different regions, in eight di...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Netflix, United States, United Kingdom, Neal Brennan, Nicole Byer, TV Trailer, Nick Swardson, Chris D'Elia, Loyiso Gola Loyiso Madinga Tumi Morake Riaad Moosa, Nish Kumar Joel Dommett Mae Martin Ellie Taylor, Franco Escamilla Hugo El Cojo Feliz Gaby Llanas, Afonso Padilha Thiago Ventura Mhel Marrer, Soundos El Ahmadi Martijn Koning Rayen Panday


Fitness Boxing Packed With Popular Seiyuu

Developer Imagineer has released a set of gameplay trailers featuring popular Japanese seiyuu as fitness instructors in the upcoming “Fitness Boxing” rhythm/sports games. An overview of the game from Nintendo’s official website: Boxing-based workout to popular beats Get off the couch and get moving with fun, boxing-based rhythmic exercises set to the instrumental beats of songs […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Sports, Nintendo, Anime, Music Games, Seiyuu, Video Gallery, Nintendo Switch, Imagineer


Today in Pop Culture Conspiracy Theories: Is Netflix Manufacturing ‘Bird Box’ Memes?

We come to you now with a very important story. Perhaps the most important story you will ever read. Since Bird Box dropped on Netflix December 21, the internet has been inundated with Bird Box memes. Lots of them. So many, in fact, that it’s starting to get suspicious. Now, a new conspiracy theory has surfaced suggesting Netflix is creating the memes themselves, in an effort to drum up more awareness for the Sandra Bullock film. Who knows how high his conspiracy goes!? My mom trying to wak...
Tags: Google, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Rumors, Sandra Bullock, Emily Yoshida, Bird Box, Netflix Manufacturing Bird Box Memes



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