Shield Hero Nendoroid Pre-Order

The Shield Hero (Naofumi / 岩谷 尚文) Nendoroid got recently announced for pre-order in the Good Smile Company online store and other retailers. Price is ¥5,500 or $56.99. Release date is October 2019. For more details, check out the store pages.Good Smile Company: https://goodsmileshop.com/en/CATEGORY-ROOT/Nendoroid/Nendoroid-Shield-Hero/p/G_NEN_WD_01113Tokyo Otaku Mode (1/2020): https://otakumode.com/shop/5ca2c8de51355240678a053d/Nendoroid-The-Rising-of-the-Shield-Hero-Shield-Hero/?utm_campaign=...
Tags: Anime, Good Smile Company, Naofumi, Nendoroid Nendoroid Shield Hero

Review: The Public

— by BEV QUESTAD — The Cincinnati Ohio Library is being sued for $750,000 by a frequent patron who was told he must leave the building because of his smell. He claims discrimination. The humble librarian, Stuart Goodson (Emilio Estevez), who was pressured by annoyed patrons to ask the odor-handicapped fellow to leave, is held […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater, Taylor Schilling, Jena Malone, Emilio Estevez, Cincinnati Ohio Library, Stuart Goodson Emilio Estevez

Trap Shrine / 女装神社 on Steam

Trap Shrine / 女装神社 got Steam. The game is a visual novel about a cross dressing Goddess who wants to marry her shrine's chief priest. Current special 10% off release price is $8.99 or ¥1000.45 until April 5. For more details, check out the store page. Here's a trailer.Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/951000/
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Be An Everyday Hero With J.Crew Tech Shorts

You’ve been waiting for this moment, waiting to be a hero, for a long time. You’ve spent hours dreaming of the day when you’ll get to help an elderly person cross the street, help a kid learn to tie his shoes, or, heck, even save a dog from running into traffic. Well, guess what? Today is your day. A neighbor accidentally lets go of her dog’s leash while she’s parking and the dog sprints away. No! Rover has no idea what this harsh, cruel world has in store for him. Thankfully, you’re weari...
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The Wildest Canadian Headlines Ever

Yeah, severed feet just appearing on beaches is a thing While they don’t compare to the insanity that is Florida Man, Canada has some supremely weird headlines that go unnoticed by the rest of the world and I am here to change that. There have been way too many wild stories that have breezed through Canadian news reels but haven’t managed to get past the border and it is a damn shame. They need to be shared with the world, and you need, nay — DESERVE to experience them just as I have. T...
Tags: Wikipedia, Canada, Humor, Vancouver, Nova Scotia, TNT, Pacific Northwest, Gracie Hughes, Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver British Columbia, Vancouver Island, BURCHILL, Chris Brothers, Florida Man Canada

Testing Her Patience

Nice tie tho
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Interview Details Tite Kubo’s Involvement with Project Sakura Wars

A Famitsu interview with the lead developers of the newly announced “Project Sakura Wars” has shed some light on Tite Kubo’s involvement with the game and also revealed important information about the new setting. The translated details regarding Tite Kubo’s involvement with the project as well as the title’s setting: So the main staff had […]
Tags: Games, Interviews, Anime, Ps4, Sega, Mecha, Famitsu, Mangaka, Tite Kubo, Sakura Taisen, Interview Details Tite Kubo, Project Sakura Wars

Stay Active(ish) With the J.Crew Tech Pants

Work is crazy. You’ve spent hours preparing for a big pitch meeting. If you win this deal, you’ll be the office hero! You gave up your weekend to get ready. You literally haven’t done that since college, and most weekends in college were reserved for extracurriculars if we’re being truly honest. Now is your time. You are the man. All you need to do is print the presentation and then you’ll be all set. But the printer is out of paper! Nooo! You sprint down the hallway as fast as you can, b...
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Are You Active(ish)? These Are The Pants For You

Are you a guy who’s active(ish)? Us too. For some people, ordering another round at a crowded bar definitely counts as a sport. It isn’t easy! You have to bob and weave through all kinds of obstacles and, let’s face it, you might get a few drinks spilled on you in the process. Thankfully, with the new J.Crew tech pants, your drink order at happy hour will be a slam dunk with your friends. The J.Crew Tech Pants feature the water-resistant fabric found in most performance apparel combined w...
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‘Doctor Sleep’ Footage Offers an Early Look at the Sequel to ‘The Shining’ [CinemaCon 2019]

Doctor Sleep is an odd book, but it could be an even odder movie. Stephen King‘s sequel to The Shining catches up with a grown-up Danny Torrance decades later as he finds himself embroiled in a battle with psychic vampires. It’s not what you’d expect and it leans heavily on the original Shining novel, which is very different from Stanley Kubrick’s iconic film adaptation. So what is director Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House) going to do with this material? /Film’s Peter Sciretta and Ben...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick, Rebecca Ferguson, Ewan McGregor, Danny, Ben Pearson, Hill House, Cinemacon, Mike Flanagan, Danny Torrance, Peter Sciretta, Doctor Sleep, Footage Reaction, Featured Stories Sidebar, Kyliegh Curran

Superhero Bits: Thanos Gets a Build-a-Bear, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Tickets Sales Are Huge & More

What can you expect from the second season of The Tick? Does the Avengers: Endgame poster with Groot hint at his possible survival somehow? Want to know about the history of the rivalry between Marvel Comics and DC Comics? Want to win a customized Shazam! Xbox One? Does the a Build-a-Bear plush of Thanos spoil a certain aspect of Avengers: Endgame? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. LEGO Spider-Man heads off on a new adventure in this trailer for the animated project comi...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Dc Comics, Batman, Thor, Marvel Comics, Avengers, X-men, Hellboy, Hulk, Shazam, Josh Trank, Atom Tickets, Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Captain-America

Kickstarting "Florida Man," a card game from LA's wonderful Secret Headquarters

Florida Man is the inaugural kickstarter from Los Angeles's incomparable comics store Secret Headquarters (previously): it challenges players to fill in the blanks from hundreds of cards capturing actual headlines about actual Floridians, creating hilarious, Cards Against Humanity-style madlibs. $20 gets you a game (early bird, rising to $25), $50 gets you a game and expansion pack, and there are tiers with tons of swag and of course a retailer bulk-discount pack.
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Gift Guide, Games, Florida, News, Funny, Los Angeles, Florida Man, Secret Headquarters

‘It Chapter 2′ Footage Unleashes Pennywise, Reveals Grown-Up Losers’ Club [CinemaCon 2019]

That murderous clown Pennywise is back for It Chapter 2, and he’s bringing the Losers’ Club with him. Andy Muschietti‘s sequel to his 2017 horror hit will return to Stephen King’s world, and bring with it an exciting new cast. But rest assured the original cast is back as well. The first It Chapter 2 footage screened at CinemaCon, and we were there to bring you the details. The It Chapter 2 footage shown at CinemaCon wasn’t a trailer, but rather a scene that gave way to a quick sizzle reel. ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, It, Sequels, Derry, Eddie, Bill Hader, Mike, Richie, Ben, Paul Bunyan, Bev, Cinemacon, Pennywise, Bill Skarsgård

Michelle Williams aids cause of equal pay for equal work

WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Williams, who has seen first hand the disparity in men and women’s pay, joined lawmakers and activists Tuesday in the Capitol to support the principle of equal pay for equal work. The onetime “Dawson’s Creek” star attended a news conference marking Equal Pay Day, designed to symbolize how far a woman […]
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Footage from ‘It: Chapter 2,’ ‘Joker’ debuts at CinemaCon

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Warner Bros. doled out a Godzilla-sized serving of new footage in a marathon presentation to promote its upcoming slate of films including “The Joker,” ”It: Chapter Two” and “The Goldfinch” to an audience of movie theater owners at CinemaCon Tuesday. The audience got some goosebumps after watching a scene from the […]
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Monster Hunter Recipe Book Full of Divine Morsels

Wani Book and Capcom have released a unique recipe book instructing readers on how to concoct the scrumptious meals from the cherished Monster Hunter franchise. The newly released Monster Hunter Meal Recipe Book (Monhan Meshi Recipe Book) features 29 special recipes based on food and drink items found in Monster Hunter. The contents of the book […]
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James Franco’s ‘Zeroville’ Movie Being Released After 4 Year Delay

If you follow the world of movies, you might have once heard about Zeroville, James Franco‘s screen adaptation of Steve Erickson’s novel. Franco’s film has been in the can since 2015, but legal issues kept it from seeing the light of day. Now, myCinema digital content distribution system has rescued the film, and will release in September of this year. Will it have been worth the wait? Deadline has the news that James Franco’s Zeroville movie will finally see the light of day. Franco first o...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Adaptation, Franco, James-Franco, Charles Manson, Elizabeth Taylor, Erickson, Montgomery Clift, Steve Erickson, Zeroville, Zeroville James Franco, Horatio Sanz Alchemy, Canada Zeroville, Vikar

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Footage Reaction: Diana is Now at Her Full Power [CinemaCon 2019]

Wonder Woman 1984 was originally going to be out this fall, but the film got pushed back all the way to the middle of summer in 2020. That didn’t stop Warner Bros. Pictures from showing off a bit of new footage at CinemaCon in Las Vegas this week. /Film’s own Peter Sciretta and Ben Pearson were on hand to give us a quick Wonder Woman 1984 footage reaction and description, so if you’re hungry for details on the next adventure for Diana Prince, keep reading. In a quick sizzle reel of footage th...
Tags: Movies, Washington, White House, Washington Dc, Sequels, Diana, Las Vegas, Warner Brothers, Kristen Wiig, Steve, Peter, United States of America, Don, Gal Gadot, Ben, Warner Bros Pictures

The DOJ Antitrust Division Just Warned the Academy About Blocking Netflix From the Oscars

The Department of Justice has warned the CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Dawn Hudson, that any attempts to prevent Netflix and other streaming video companies from receiving eligibility to be considered for an Academy Award may earn it antitrust attention, Variety reported on Tuesday.Read more...
Tags: TV, Science, Technology, Television, Movies, Netflix, Streaming, Oscars, Department Of Justice, Academy Awards, Doj, Cord Cutting, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Variety

Sequel Bits: ‘The Accountant’, ‘Alien’, ‘Jumanji’, ‘John Wick’, ‘Avatar’, ‘Bad Boys’

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Ben Affleck still wants to make an Accountant sequel. Ridley Scott might still be making an Alien: Covenant follow-up. See a new pic from Jumanji 3. Cinematographer Dan Laustsen talks John Wick: Chapter 3. A Game of Thrones actor has joined the cast of the Avatar sequels. Theresa Randle is back for Bad Boys 3. Remember The Accountant? That absolutely wacky movie with about ten different subplots, centered around Ben Affleck as an Autistic assassin? It was a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Dwayne Johnson, Ben Affleck, Sci-fi, Avatar, Sequels, Chad, Miami, Johnson, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Alien, Jumanji, Scott

‘Inside the Actors Studio’ Reboot Taps Alec Baldwin and Jane Lynch as First Rotating Hosts

Last fall, we got word that James Lipton would be leaving Inside the Actors Studio, the series featuring intimate interviews with actors, filmmakers and musicians about their craft, origins in entertainment, and much more. The longtime host and dean emeritus at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University in New York City was said to be replaced with a rotating chair of guest hosts filling in, and now the first two hosts and guests for the Inside the Actors Studio reboot have bee...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Abc, Documentary, New York City, Lena Dunham, Jane-Lynch, Will Ferrell, Alec Baldwin, Bill Hader, Martin Luther King Jr, David Oyelowo, Lee Daniels, Robert Redford, Baldwin

‘Detective Pikachu’ TV Spots Show Mewtwo, Gyarados, Eevee, and More – If You Can Catch ‘Em All

Can you flawlessly rap the iconic “PokeRap” that listed off all of the 150 original Pokemon? No? Me neither, though I used to because I was the coolest 1st grader in the world. But if Warner Bros. were to create a new PokeRap to include every single Pokemon that appears in the Detective Pikachu TV spots, it would probably take a full hour. The latest batch of Detective Pikachu TV spots are jam-packed with glimpses of beloved Pokemon, including Gyarados, Mewtwo, Eevee, and more that I don’t reco...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Pokemon, Harry, Anime, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Video Game, Tim, Ken Watanabe, Nicole Perlman, Pikachu, Alex Hirsch, Eevee

New Artest documentary shows extensive Palace brawl footage

NEW YORK (AP) — A new documentary about Ron Artest includes an extensive retrospective about the brawl with fans the former NBA star triggered at a game in Detroit. The footage of the melee between Indiana Pacers players and Pistons fans that became known as the Malice at the Palace is one of the highlights […]
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Entertainment, Sports, Nation, Nba, Detroit, Indiana Pacers, Pistons, Ron Artest

My Ten Favorite Anime Series

At work I like to organize some fun times at the end of every week — I even have a name for it, the “Friday Fluke.” Part of it is getting a drink, relaxing a bit with colleagues, and playing some games (our go-to tends to be various forms of Werewolf). Last week I introduced a new part to it, and that’s to encourage everyone to do a presentation about something they’re passionate about using the PechaKucha format. The idea is to have fun and get to know each other better, so it can be abou...
Tags: Travel, Netflix, Anime, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Monster, Satoshi Kon, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Samurai Champloo, Lupin III, Cowboy Bebop, Future Boy Conan, Ronja, Naoki Urasawa, Junji Ito, PechaKucha

‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ Trailer: Zac Efron Becomes Ted Bundy

Zac Efron gives what is undoubtedly the performance of his career in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. Efron plays notorious serial killer Ted Bundy in a film that attempts to show how Bundy manipulated those closest to him into believing he was a perfectly normal, perfectly nice guy. Netflix scooped up the film at Sundance, and will bring it to viewers this May. Watch the Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile trailer below. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile Trailer ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, John Malkovich, Zac-Efron, Movie Trailers, Jim Parsons, True Story, Liz, Bundy, Sundance, Efron, Lily Collins, Ted Bundy, Joe Berlinger, Michael Werwie, Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile

‘Birds of Prey’ Footage Reaction: Harley Quinn Leads a ‘Fantabulous’ Superhero Girl Gang [CinemaCon 2019]

Margot Robbie stole scenes in 2016’s Suicide Squad as the unpredictable Harley Quinn, who proved so popular — as both a character and a Halloween costume — that it was a no-brainer that she’d be receiving her own spin-off film. But she won’t be going off on adventures in Gotham on her lonesome. Warner Bros.’ female-centric Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) gives Harley a “girl gang” of her own, consisting of popular DC Comics characters Black Canary, Batgirl, ...
Tags: Movies, Dc Comics, Gotham, Harley Quinn, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Las Vegas, Gotham City, Warner Bros, Rosie Perez, Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Warner Brothers, Harley, Ben Pearson, Cinemacon

‘Joker’ Trailer Reaction: Joaquin Phoenix Ain’t Your Daddy’s Clown Prince of Crime [CinemaCon 2019]

At CinemaCon, the convention for movie theater exhibitors, Warner Bros. unveiled the first trailer for Todd Phillips‘ Joker, which features Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix in the title role. The trailer will be released online tomorrow, but in the meantime, read on for a recap from /Film’s Peter Sciretta and Ben Pearson, who were there in person to see the debut. Before he showed the CinemaCon crowd the trailer, director Todd Phillips called the film “a tragedy.” According to Phillips, “There’s...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Gotham City, Warner Bros, Joaquin Phoenix, Joker, Phoenix, Arthur, Ben Pearson, Cinemacon, Fleck, Todd-Phillips, Comic Book/Superhero, Peter Sciretta, Arkham Asylum, Shea Whigham

‘Detective Pikachu’ Footage Reaction: How Are We So Excited for This Movie? [CinemaCon 2019]

Pokémon is a worldwide video game phenomenon, so there was always going to be excitement when a live-action film adaptation came to theaters. But we’re a little flabberghasted that the first attempt at bringing the Nintendo video game franchise to life in this fashion is in the form of Detective Pikachu. Even more shocking is the fact that the trailers we’ve seen so far have been absolutely fantastic, making even the biggest naysayers curious about how this movie will turn out. Thankfully, /Fil...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Nintendo, Pokemon, Harry, Las Vegas, Ryan-Reynolds, Warner Brothers, Video Game, Tim, Reynolds, Nicole Perlman, Ben Pearson, Pikachu, Alex Hirsch, Cinemacon

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