Detective Comics #479 - Marshall Rogers art & cover

Marshall Rogers Detective Comics v1 #479 featuring Batman, 1978 - After and initial clash with Clayface III, the Batman tracks him down (appropriately enough) to an abandoned wax museum. Even as Marshall Rogers nears the end of his run on this title, his artwork continues to catch the eye. From the electrifying first few pages to the kinetically infused panels toward the end, the artist [Author: Ted F]
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Fixing missing 5GHz network issues

So, over the holidays I bought myself a HP Envy x360. It’s a beast of a machine but is also fairly light. I got the AMD version with SSD, so it’s exceptionally quick but can be noisy at times (which is quite manageable and easy to fix). After almost two weeks of using it though, … Continue reading Fixing missing 5GHz network issues The post Fixing missing 5GHz network issues appeared first on Ink to Screen.
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The Birds, the Bees, and You and Me

The Birds, the Bees, and You and Me by Olivia Hinebaugh is a cute teen romance with a substantial message. If you’ve been enjoying the Sex Education TV show, this should be your next read, because there are a lot of similarities. Lacey, Evita, and Theo are the best of friends in their senior year of high school in North Carolina. They dream of attending a music college in Boston together, but then the school’s mandatory abstinence-only “healthy life choices” [...]
Tags: Comics, Boston, North Carolina, Theo, Other Prose, Olivia Hinebaugh, Sex Education TV, Lacey Evita

Live-Action French City Hunter Movie Previewed

Director Philippe Lacheau’s French live-action City Hunter adaptation has received a series of short trailers by Sony Pictures France introducing the main characters. While the new Nicky Larson (the French title for Tsukasa Hojo’s City Hunter) trailers do not show much action, it’s possible the producers are saving the best bits for the actual premiere. […]
Tags: Trailer, France, International, Anime, Live Action, Philippe Lacheau, Adaptations, Video Gallery, City Hunter, Sony Pictures France, Nicky Larson, Tsukasa Hojo

Atomic Heart Gameplay Trailer Full of Robotic Abominations

Developer Mundfish has published a lengthy pre-alpha trailer for alternate reality sci-fi FPS “Atomic Heart” featuring plenty of eerie locations and even more bizarre robotic foes. More about the game’s premise and story from Atomic Heart’s Steam page: Atomic Heart is an adventure first-person shooter, events of which unfold in an alternative universe, during the high […]
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‘The Farewell’ Review: Awkwafina Delivers An Electric Performance in This Charming Dramedy [Sundance]

In 2018, rapper and actress Awkwafina broke out in a big way, delivering memorable turns in Ocean’s 8 and Crazy Rich Asians. Those two particular performances were indeed enjoyable and fun, but they also bordered on schtick – the actress was very much playing characters; individuals that felt cooked up primarily in the minds of screenwriters. In Lulu Wang‘s lovely, melancholy The Farewell, Awkwafina breaks out in a much bigger way with her first major role, creating a wholly realistic character...
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Podcast: Francis Currie and Mike Cass from Virgin Radio

RadioToday’s Stuart Clarkson catches up the programmers in charge of Virgin Radio – Francis Currie and Mike Cass – as the station launches The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky. Plus – Dom Chambers talks to the new Chair of the Community Media Association, Danny Lawrence, and Roy Martin talks us through the big news of the week including Simon Mayo’s return with Scala Radio. There’s also a chat with BBC Somerset Managing Editor Nick Bull about the station’s new studios. James Cridland share...
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Sundance 2019: Mindy Kaling's 'Late Night' is a Refreshing Comedy

Great comedy requires great writing. And great writing comes from honest, intelligent people, who take all they've experienced in life, and figure out how to make us laugh. Late Night is a new comedy premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, directed by Nisha Ganatra (Chutney Popcorn, Fast Food High, Cake), from a screenplay written by the talented comedian / actress / writer Mindy Kaling. Kaling borrows from her own real life experiences working as a writer for television, and gives us a stor...
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‘I Am Mother’ Review: Sci-Fi Thriller Features an Unforgettable Robot and an Out of This World Performance from Newcomer Clara Rugaard [Sundance]

Raised in total isolation by a robot, a young woman’s world is turned upside down when a survivor from the outside bangs on their airlock door one day. What is true? What is real? Is there a difference between the two? I Am Mother takes a familiar premise and executes it to near-perfection, with first-time feature filmmaker Grant Sputore aided by a fantastic script, a star-making performance from UK actress Clara Rugaard, a strong supporting turn from Hilary Swank, and a brilliantly realized ne...
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Rima #2 - Nestor Redondo (Top 10), Alex Nino art, Joe Kubert cover

Joe Kubert 2.  Rima the Jungle Girl v1 #2, 1974 - Nestor Redondo continues his outstanding work on this adaptation of Green Mansions. Details abound throughout the story, including the superb spread of a jaguar encounter and the beautifully sumptuous dream captured on page eight. His flair for the exotic manifests itself in the various South American settings. Alex Nino continues his short [Author: Ted F]
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Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Last Survivor a Riveting Battle Royale

The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Last Survivor battle royale arcade game has received a new gameplay trailer by Bandai Namco. Bandai Namco’s latest JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure game is a proper battle royale game that has a maximum of 40 players and computer controlled assassins battling it out in JoJo Part 4’s Morioh Town. The various JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure […]
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Original Content podcast: Fyre Festival docs shine light on a social media-fueled disaster

Netflix and Hulu have each released their own documentaries about the infamous Fyre Festival, and the hard-working hosts of the Original Content podcast have watched both of them. We’re joined this week by Brian Heater, and the three of us are unanimous on one thing: If you’re only going to watch one of these documentaries, make it “Fyre” on Netflix. It’s the better-made movie, offering a clearer retelling of what actually went wrong at the first-time music festival in the Bahamas. But if you...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Netflix, Hulu, Roma, Bahamas, McFarland, Brian Heater, Billy McFarland, Original Content Podcast, Fyre Fraud

Goodbye Google Plus, the Beautiful, the Ambitious, and the Treacherous

Goodbye, Google Plus! I say it now, with two months in advance, just in case. We can’t be sure of these two months either, who knows what will happen tomorrow and the mastodon decides to haste the shutdown. I am taking out now, all my links sending to my Google Plus profile and “business pages”. […] The post Goodbye Google Plus, the Beautiful, the Ambitious, and the Treacherous appeared first on Rodolfo Grimaldi Blog.
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Movie - On The Basis Of Sex

On The Basis of Sex is a movie about Ruth Bader Ginsberg's early life and career establishing her expertise in  advocating for women's rights in the U.S. in the later half of the twentieth century.It is a five out of five on the MBH movie scale and is highly recommended.Editor's note:This is not only a biographical story about RBG but a good example of how social change is made in an intentional and deliberate way.The norms, attitudes, beliefs, practices of a society are highly influenced in a d...
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Missouri zoo names baby otters for Star Wars characters

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Zoo’s names for three baby otters have fans joining the light side, including one well-known “Star Wars” alumnus. The Kansas City Star reports that the Asian small-clawed otter triplets born last October have been dubbed Han, Luke and Leia. The otters were introduced to zoo-goers for the […]
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‘Honey Boy’ Review: Shia LaBeouf is Astounding in This Deeply Personal, Autobiographical Drama [Sundance]

In recent years, Shia LaBeouf has become well-known for wild publicity stunts, tabloid-worthy behavior, perplexing performance art, and more. But with his autobiographical film Honey Boy that he scripted himself, the actor not only illustrates the struggles he dealt with as a child star thanks to his abusive, alcohol and drug addicted father, but also proves that he’s still an incredible actor. Honey Boy jumps back and forth in time. In 2005, we have Lucas Hedges (Ben Is Back, Manchester by t...
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With a record acquisition, ‘Late Night’ is a Sundance hit

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — The Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling comedy “Late Night” is already one of the biggest hits of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival with an acquisition price to match. Amazon Studios on Saturday purchased the film in a U.S. distribution deal of $13 million, a record for the festival. Kaling wrote […]
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TV Bits: ‘Happy!’, ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Therapy Dog’, ‘One Day At a Time’, ‘The Last O.G.’, ‘Twilight Zone’, ‘Watchmen’, ‘Treadstone’

In this edition of TV bits: “Weird Al” Yankovic will play a Smoking Man Baby on Happy! Some nerdy professor named a beetle after Game of Thrones dragons. Fox is developing an animated series called Therapy Dog. Watch the trailer for One Day At a Time season 3. Oh, and watch the trailer for The Last O.G. season 2, too. Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone adds DeWanda Wise & Jessica Williams. Hong Chau joins the cast of Watchmen. Bourne spin-off series Treadstone fills out its cast. Syfy’s demente...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Alan Moore, Happy, Fox, Netflix, Animation, Game Of Thrones, Cbs, Tbs, Cia, Baby, Jessica Williams

Grisaia: Phantom Trigger Trailer a Total Thriller

A trailer for the Grisaia: Phantom Trigger anime adaptation has premiered on Kadokawa’s anime YouTube channel introducing the cast of characters and presenting on-point action. The anime adapts the “Grisaia: Phantom Trigger” visual novel first released in Japan in 2017. More about Phantom Trigger’s political thriller plot: Following the Heath Oslo incident, the existence of the […]
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Harold Lloyd matriculated to Ontario for ‘The Freshman’

Ninety-five years ago this year, one of the world’s biggest movie stars came to Ontario. Harold Lloyd was here in 1924 to film scenes at the Southern Pacific Depot for “The Freshman,” in which he played naive college freshman Harold Lamb. A crew of 80 filmed at the station and on nearby streets in the downtown core. The visit “threw considerable stir into the affairs of Ontario,” the Daily Report wrote, as “plenty of Ontario spectators” gawked at the filming. In “The Freshman,” Harold Lamb is a ...
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‘We Are Little Zombies’ Review: Pop Video Game Mayhem That’s Hard to Resist [Sundance]

Sometimes, a movie comes along that’s so jarring, so visually explosive, and so utterly madcap that you can’t help but fall in love with it, even if you don’t quite like it. We Are Little Zombies is one of those films. Writer/director/composer Makoto Nagahisa is the mad scientist behind this concoction, which plays out like someone plugged a fever dream directly into a console video system, and then set it on fire. I don’t think it entirely worked for me, but god damn it, I had fun watching it....
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Good or Bad for Society – UK Parliament Wants Feedback on Video Games

As if requiring identification in order to access pornography wasn’t enough, the UK Parliament seem to be targeting video games as they have asked for opinions regarding whether they are helpful or harmful to society, with the overall results sure to greatly effect the UK’s gaming industry. Seeking the opinions of gamers, young people and […]
Tags: Games, Politics, UK, Censorship, Anime, UK Parliament Wants Feedback

Sekano Eriri Spencer Sawamura Cosplay Cute & Pouty

A petite cosplayer has put on some elegant lingerie for this cosplay of Saekano‘s Eriri Spencer Sawamura, sensuously presenting her slim and curvy body. Posing by a window, the cosplayer makes sure that all of her best features are presented in the best light possible. More of the enchanting petite cosplay:
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‘Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played With Fire’ Trailer Reveals the Unknown Story of the ‘Dragon Tattoo’ Author

Stieg Larsson is the writer who created the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo series – something you’re probably aware of. But how much do you know about Larsson himself? Larsson died of a heart attack in 2004, and his name has been associated primarily with the Dragon Tattoo series ever since. But in addition to writing bestselling novels, Larsson was a journalist who spent his days researching, and exposing, right-wing extremism. A new documentary seeks to show you the true story. Watch the Stieg L...
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Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: A Ship of Ice and Fire

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. That is a Lot of Yen Lost Butterfly earned 1 billion yen even faster than … Continue reading Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: A Ship of Ice and Fire
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Amateur radio in the news: Club donates $205 to charity, middle school student to earn licenses, Ohio club designated Special Service Club

Radio operators tune into community needs When the Gaston County Amateur Radio Society put out the call to help the Gazette Empty Stocking Fund, members donated $205. That happened Monday night when the group met for its annual Christmas party. The tradition that started when Pat and Cy Rowe and other members decided to forgo the annual gift exchange at the holiday party and instead use the money to help those in need. “The idea was to do something for someone else,” said Cy on Tuesday when he ...
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Weekend Post

The thing about living in Los Angeles – today’s waiter could well be tomorrow’s super star. Lots of actors starting out taking jobs as waiters or bartenders. The hours can be flexible and you can... [Author: Ken Levine]
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Final WRETCH Trailer Blurs Lines Between Found Footage & Traditional Cinema

The found footage thriller comes to VOD in January. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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New Trailer & Poster For WWII Crime Drama ONCE UPON A TIME IN LONDON

The period gangster drama come to UK cinemas in April. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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