Behind the Scenes!! Volume 6

When I talked about the previous volume in this series, which came out last year, I was about ready for it to end. (Volume 7, the last, is due out later this year.) I enjoyed Behind the Scenes!! volume 6 more than I did volume 5, but I think the length is about right, with no need to extend further. One thing that helped was re-reading 5 before diving into 6. Although I couldn’t tell you the detailed differences between [...]
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G.I. Combat #144 - Joe Kubert cover & reprints

Joe Kubert G.I. Combat v1 #144, 1970 - Despite the number of elements on the cover, Joe Kubert creates a clear and logical hierarchy. The main image of an explosive plunger is artfully composed, framed within a camouflage of leaves. This thicker-than-usual 25 cent issue contains all reprints, including two Kubert tales from Our Army at War #73 and #147. Other artists in this issue include Russ [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Junji Ito Art Exhibition to Be Held at Ginza

Legendary horror mangaka Junji Ito (known for his uniquely terrifying and occasionally gory art) will be holding an art exhibition at Tokyo’s Ginza district. The two-part exhibition held at the Ginza’s Span Art Gallery will run from the 23rd of March til the 9th of April. The first part of the exhibition will run from the 23rd […]
Tags: Horror, Events, Artists, Tokyo, Anime, Announcements, Manga, Ginza, Guro, Mangaka, Junji Ito, Ginza s Span Art Gallery

Krypton: The Complete First Season

I was happy to get a review copy of Krypton: The Complete First Season, because I’m always curious, with so many superhero/comic-related TV shows out there these days, to see what a show is doing differently to set itself apart. Unfortunately, Krypton is full of things that seem familiar and feel as though you’ve seen all this before. There’s a young, generically attractive hero (Seg-El, Superman’s grandfather, played by Cameron Cuffe), rebelling against a harsh, merciless ruling culture. As a [...
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These are the best movies on Hulu right now (March 2019)

From dramas to blockbusters, Hulu offers some great films to its subscribers. Check out the best movies on Hulu, whether you're into charming adventure tales or gruesome horror stories. The post These are the best movies on Hulu right now (March 2019) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Home Theater, Streaming, Hulu, Movies & TV, Best Of Everything

Nuezou Ero-Art Gallery Providing Some Gargantuan Upgrades

Ero-artist Nuezou‘s appreciation for buxom ladies knows no bounds as he picks the most curvaceous of characters for his erotic art, which mostly involves a girl getting quite the size upgrade in either her breast or butt region. Only a small portion of his works, which are overflowing with ladies sporting sizeable oppai, oshiri or both:
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Nuezou

No Man’s Sky: Beyond Update Once Again Ambitious

Hello Games’ Sean Murray has announced their space exploration and crafting game “No Man’s Sky” will be getting a large update later this year. An exhaustive overview of the newest update from Hello Games’ press release: Each chapter for No Man’s Sky has been more successful than the last. Thanks to our community, NEXT, our large release last year […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Pc Gaming, Dlc, Sean Murray

Former Disney Star Kyle Massey Sued for Sexual Misconduct for Allegedly Sending Nude Pics to 13-Year-Old Girl

Former Disney star Kyle Massey has been hit with a $1.5 million lawsuit from a 13-year-old girl who claims he sent her sexually explicit photos and video that allegedly included shots of his erect penis.TMZ reports that the girl claims in the lawsuit that she and her mom met Massey star at Universal City back in 2009 when she was four years old.The girl says the former That’s So Raven star kept in contact with her and touted himself as a father figure. The girl said she was interested in pursuin...
Tags: Wtf, Celebs, Disney, Los Angeles, House, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kyle, MASSEY, Cory, Jane Doe, Universal City, Sexual Misconduct, Disney Star, Kyle Massey, That's So Raven

UPDATE: Paris Jackson Denies Suicide Attempt Reports, Calls TMZ “F**king Liars”

UPDATE (6:22 PM EST): Paris Jackson has slammed reports from TMZ that she attempted suicide, calling the gossip site “f**king liars.”fuck you you fucking liars— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) March 16, 2019 Original story:Paris Jackson was rushed to the hospital on Saturday (Mar. 16) after she attempted suicide … and sources say that had something to do with the drama surrounding the “Leaving Neverland” documentary.According to TMZ, police and EMS were sent to Jackson’s home in Los Angeles...
Tags: Hbo, Celebs, Los Angeles, Paris, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jackson, Michael Jackson, EMS, Suicide Attempt, MJ, Paris Jackson, Wade Robson, Celebrity Kids, James Safechuck, Leaving Neverland

Batman #237 - Neal Adams art & cover

Neal Adams Batman v1 #237, 1971 - Set in Rutland, Vermont during their annual Halloween Festival, the heroes track a murderer dressed as the grim reaper. Although too many elements mar Neal Adams' cover, the same scene works more successfully on an interior splash (page 8). Superbly drawn throughout, the artist shows a mastery of pacing in addition to his rendering skills. Highlights include [Author: Ted F]
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Frank Miller gallery - Daredevil issues part 2

#175 #176 177 #178 #179 #180 #181 #182 #183 #184 #185 #186 #187 #188 #189 #190 #191 Frank Miller's classic run on Daredevil, circa 1970s-1980s. See part 1. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Galleries / Miller galleries [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Seshi Knight Millcream Part 2 an Onslaught of Depravity

The twisted tale of Seshi Knight Millcream Part 2 follows the fate of magical girl Millcream (who is actually a male) after failing to defeat Luna the succubus, with the innocent magical boy being subjected to all sorts of sexual torture and training. The erotic animation boasts a record-breaking number of fetishes, from humiliation to […]
Tags: English, Anime, Fetish, Luna, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Futanari, Mahou Shoujo, Millcream

Twitter Bans Half a Million Accounts for Child Pornography

Twitter has banned almost half a million accounts for violating rules on the sexual exploitation of children, with 30% of those accounts belonging to Japanese users. Twitter recently announced that it banned 456,989 accounts between the months of July and December 2018 for breaching rules on the sexual exploitation of children. 94% were identified using […]
Tags: Twitter, Japan, Children, Censorship, Pornography, Statistics, Anime, Bans, Lolicon

Not So Scary Monsters exhibit

Here's the official flyer, designed by the amazing and lovely Kris Loya for my upcoming solo art exhibit at Artists & Makers Studios! The exhibit, called "Not So Scary Monsters" will take place from April 5th, through April 24th, with the opening reception happening on Friday night, April 5th, from 6-9 PM. There are two Artists & Makers Studios locations, both in Rockville, MD, about a mile away from each other. Not So Scary Monsters will be on display at the Parklawn location (aka Artists &...
Tags: Art, Comics, Steve, Rockville, Art Exhibit, Cartoon Art, Artists and Makers Studios, Monster Art, Splotch Monsters, Kris Loya, Artists Makers Studios

‘The Legend of Cocaine Island’ Trailer: Netflix Documentary Hunts for Buried Treasure

The Great Recession laid financial waste to a huge number of American families. After being totally cleared out, one man decided to take things into his own hands by seeking out buried treasure to get his life back on track: not gold from El Dorado or a pirate’s fortune, but a huge supply of cocaine. Yes, of course he was from Florida. That’s the premise behind The Legend of Cocaine Island, a “Southern fairy tale” in the form of a new Netflix documentary that tells the true story of Rodney Hyde...
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Legendary Comics Adapting Detective Pikachu Into Graphic Novel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Legendary Comics adapting Detective Pikachu into graphic novel Slash Film has brought word that following the success of the 2016 video game and in anticipation of the near-guaranteed hit of the film adaptation, Legendary Comics is adapting Detective Pikachu into a graphic novel to hit shelves this summer after the film hits the big screen. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefres...
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‘Us’ Clips: The Home Invasion Begins in Jordan Peele’s Horror Film

Us pits Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke against some of humanity’s worst fears: ourselves. The doppelgangers at the center of Jordan Peele‘s highly anticipated follow-up to his breakout 2017 hit Get Out are part of a long tradition of doppelgangers in horror movies. But they take on a whole new terrifying layer in Us, a psychological horror thriller/home invasion movie. It’s best seen in the two new Us clips released by Universal a week ahead of the film’s release. Us Clips Have you eve...
Tags: Movies, Horror, US, Adelaide, Universal, Duke, Wilsons, Lupita Nyong'o, Video Clips, Lupita Nyong, Nyong, Gabe, Peele, Jordan Peele, Winston Duke, Adelaide Wilson

Steam Expunging “Review Bombs”, Such as Talk of DRM or EULA Changes

Steam has potentially compromised its reputation once again as a new blog post has revealed that the distribution platform will be expunging “review bombs” from a game’s Review Score, essentially silencing consumers daring to have negative opinions about a game. The extensive blog post discusses what Steam regards as a “review bomb”, which naturally is […]
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My Glamorous Life as a Movie Star in Control-Top Pantyhose

The sublime liberation of caring about being funny most of all.
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Ano Danchi no Tsuma-tachi wa Ravages the Wives

Sex with mature women already in happy marriages has served as the main theme of Ano Danchi no Tsuma-tachi wa, the episode seemingly overflowing with so much graphic sex and bondage play that fetishists will likely be unable to control themselves. The nonstop sex of the ero-anime’s PV will possibly be a sufficient teaser for […]
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Director Rupert Wyatt Explains Why He Left the Long-Developing ‘Halo’ TV Series

  A TV series adaptation of the hit video game series Halo has been stuck in development for years. Just recently, the series set up at Showtime made some progress by hiring Robin Hood director Otto Bathurst to be at the helm of what will be quite the expensive sci-fi series. But before that, Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt was supposed to executive produce the series and direct a few episodes. Unfortunately, he left the project late last year, and now the filmmaker has prov...
Tags: Television, Movies, Halo, Robin Hood, Sci-fi, Showtime, Rupert Wyatt, Video Game, Wyatt, Otto Bathurst, Collider Wyatt

The Curse of La Llorona Confirmed to Have The Conjuring Connection

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Curse of La Llorona confirmed to have The Conjuring connection It’s been a topic of discussion amongst fans of the James Wan horror franchise whether it was a mere coincidence or an actual connection, but following The Curse of La Llorona‘s premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival, it appears Tony Amendola’s Father Perez has officially crossed over from The Conjuring universe. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone...
Tags: Movies, Pasadena, Mia, Perez, Annabelle, Amendola, ComingSoon, James Wan, Southwest Film Festival, Gary Dauberman, Patrick Wilson Vera Farmiga, Emile Gladstone, Tony Amendola, Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis, Michael Clear

It’s The Avengers Versus Thanos In Dueling Endgame Empire Covers

BEGIN SLIDESHOW It’s The Avengers versus Thanos in dueling Endgame Empire covers It’s only been a few days since audiences got the final trailer and poster for the highly-anticipated next installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame and to celebrate its upcoming release, Empire Magazine took to Twitter to debut a look at its upcoming magazine celebrating the film that will feature two covers: one hero-centric and one Thanos-centric. PB = PB...
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Golden Year: EROS + MASSACRE (Kiju Yoshida, 1969)

Widely considered Yoshida’s masterpiece, Eros + Massacre brings an epic scale to its intimate portrayal of Sakae Osugi (Toshiyuki Hosokawa), a free-love-espousing anarchist who, along with his lover, Noe Ito (Mariko Okada), was murdered by a right-wing militarist faction within the Japanese … Continue reading →
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This Week In Trailers: The Brink, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, One Nation Under Stress, Watergate

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 revisit the 2018 midterms, understand why we’re dying younger, give in to an incredible vision, and dissect a crime that took dow...
Tags: Movies, White House, China, America, United States, This Week In Trailers, Madeleine McCann, Ferguson, Goldman Sachs, Movie Trailers, Trump, Nixon, Sylvia Chang, Watergate, Sanjay Gupta, Richard Nixon

Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: A Tender Barstool

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. Is it Eurogame or Amerigame?  Fate/Stay Night is getting a board game from Delightworks. NewsRadio … Continue reading Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: A Tender Barstool
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New Release Review (DVD/VOD) - DO IT YOURSELF

A petty criminal realises he has been betrayed and attempts to escape from a porn studio with his life intact. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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Ron Burgundy Makes Up His Theme Song

Ron Burgundy finally created a theme song for the podcast and let’s just say the feedback has been...mixed. Listen to the full episode here. New episodes of “The Ron Burgundy Podcast” drop every Thursday. Check out all the available episodes of “The Ron Burgundy Podcast” on Apple Podcasts and iHeartRadio now. [Author: The Ron Burgundy Podcast]
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Weekend Post

A couple of months ago I had the pleasure and privilege of seeing Elaine May on Broadway starring in THE WAVERLY GALLERY. She was phenomenal. You'll see her on the Tony's in June picking up her... [Author: Ken Levine]
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Restoring The Films Of José Larraz

Arrow Video have restored three works from Spanish auteur José Larraz. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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