Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "30 Seconds Over Moscow"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist - "30 Seconds Over Moscow" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=2692 The kid can't help it; he's got that ol' Russiagate Hangover. Granted,  this piece is a bit late, but I've been out of town and besides, this  kinda shit is evergreen. So, how many of you are old enough to remember February? Remember Sen.  Amy Klobuchar, one of my own personal favorite Russiagaters – or, as I  like to call her, Frau Blucher – and her ...
Tags: Comics, Putin, Moscow, Amy Klobuchar, Klobuchar, Frau Blücher, Mike Rhode, Mike Flugennock, Sen Amy Klobuchar

Japan Candy Box Giveaway Winner

Congratulations for the winner of Japan Candy Box x Supaku Blog giveaway!Winner is: JacobAlso, during this giveaway event, 1,336 entries has been submitted. Thank you for participating. As a side note, another collaboration giveaway event could come in the future. Stay tuned.
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Flashback Friday The Greatest Star Wars Mashup Of All Time

WHERE’S THE LAMB SAAAAAAAUCE??! There are few as formidable as Darth Vader. Few who rule so mercilessly. Few who are equally respected as they are feared. Few capable of destroying those who fail or oppose them. No, there may only be one man who rivals him, in this or any galaxy: Gordan. Motherf—ckin. Ramsay. He and Darth Vader have gotta be neck in neck in terms of people being absolutely massacred by them on screen. Sure, Ramsay would only figuratively chop people’s heads off whil...
Tags: Humor, Darth Vader, Gordon Ramsay, Gracie Hughes, Vader, Ramsay, Darth Vader Few, Gordan Motherf

This Webcomic Is The Funniest Thing Your Human Eyes Will See All Day

“I confess I ingest many chunks” There are a lot of mundane things we do as human beings that we don’t give a second thought to, because, well, we’ve just been humans for long enough that they don’t seem strange anymore. But from an outside perspective or taken out of human context, some of the stuff we do is definitely very odd. Nathan W. Pyle is a writer and illustrator from New York who analyzes and plays with the oddities of humanity by turning them into comics about aliens, titled St...
Tags: New York, Humor, Gracie Hughes, Nathan, Nathan W Pyle, Strange Planet

The Time Zack Morris Got His Friend Struck By Lightning Then Exploited Him

Zack Morris Is Trash: Season 4 Episode 1 Remember the ‘Saved by the Bell’ when Zack Morris got his friend struck by lightning then exploited him? The episode starts as Zack Morris is dreading Mr. Testaverde’s midterm, a teacher who strikes fear in students when you yell his name for no reason. Jessie’s studying. With books. Zack mocks her literacy. Then gambles his sunglasses on a water balloon quick draw Zack’s lost three days in a row. Make that four because Slater set his dopey ass up....
Tags: Nbc, California, Humor, Ham, Bell, Mario Bros, Zack Morris, Kelly, Slater, Zack, Jessie, Belding, Dashiell Driscoll, Screech, Testaverde, Time Zack Morris

Friday Questions

If the best part of your weekend is Friday Questions you need more fun in your life. But here they are: Peter leads off. You've previously written about working on Mannequin 2 and how awful it... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: Humor, Peter, Ken Levine, By Ken Levine

Comic for April 04, 2019

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Tags: Humor, Dilbert

DC media on Shazam!

The silly, heartfelt 'Shazam!' reminds us that just surviving adolescence is heroic By Kristen Page-Kirby Express April 5 2019 https://www.washingtonpost.com/express/2019/04/05/hes-teenager-whats-your-superpower/ With 'Shazam!' DC Superhero Movies Bring The Thunder ... And The Lightening Up ...
Tags: Comics, New York, Glen Weldon, Manohla Dargis, Mike Rhode, Zachary Levi, Pat Padua Washington Post, David F Sandberg, MEKADO MURPHY, Jack Dylan Grazer, Kristen Page Kirby Express

The Texan #7 - Matt Baker art & cover

Matt Baker The Texan v1 #7, 1950 - Matt Baker's cover depicts an indian attack on a covered wagon. The layout lacks a true focal point and most combatants are roughly the same size. Leading the issue is a tale of Spotted Bear, an indian brave. The opening splash presents a disturbing image of a massacre's aftermath. Some pages are wordy and crowd the western settings, but overall Baker meets [Author: Ted F]
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Web of Spider-Man #4 - John Byrne cover

John Byrne Web of Spider-Man v1 #4, 1985 - Under attack by Doctor Octopus, Spidey seems caught off guard on this John Byrne cover. Cropping in close, the artist puts the viewer closer to harm's way. His drawing and layout display the skillfulness of a seasoned illustrator. Other artists in this issue include Greg LaRocque. This is number 2 of 4 Web of Spider-Man issues with Byrne art and/or [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Superhero, 1980s, Byrne, John Byrne, Ted Ignacio, Greg Larocque, Octopus Spidey

News Post: Acquisitions Incorporated Official Book & Goods Preorders

Tycho: I am always surprised when I learn that somebody missed something of ours, but it’s not actually a surprise to any conscious being - I don’t promote the stuff we do as much as I could.  Generally it’s because I don’t want to annoy you.  But too many people worked too hard on it for too long for me to allow my usual horseshit. At root: in concert with Wizards of the Coast, the home of Dungeons and Dragons, we have created an honest-to-God, official supplement designed to invite players and...
Tags: Comics, Tycho

News Post: Sartorium

Tycho: We talked about it a little bit on stage at PAX East, and I don’t have any idea how successful The Division 2 is or isn’t, but whatever its coordinate in the Matrix of Market Justice I can’t help but feel like another theme would have better projected and perhaps advocated for the frankly incredible game they made.  Or, in any case, made them more resilient to having someone ridicule their tasteful shemagh. I’ve already talked about why I don’t think it’s a problem, but so much of the reg...
Tags: Comics, Tycho

Octopath Traveler Rated for PC in Korea

The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea have officially rated a PC release of Octopath Traveler. The title will be published by Bandai Namco in South Korea, who’s also in charge of publishing other Square Enix developed titles in the region. Square Enix’s Octopath Traveler was originally released for the Nintendo Switch in 2018 […]
Tags: South Korea, Games, Korea, Nintendo, Anime, RPG, Pc Gaming, Square Enix, Bandai Namco, Administration Committee, Octopath Traveler

Superhero Bits: Tobey Maguire Praises Other Spider-Men, Mark Strong Almost Played an X-Men Villain & More

Want to check out some horror movie variant covers for the upcoming DCeased comic event at DC Comics? What does Tobey Maguire think of Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland as Spider-Man? Which Marvel character would Anthony & Joe Russo still like to tackle in the MCU? What did Robert De Niro have to say about the connection between Joker and Martin Scorsese?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The voice cast of Justice League sat down with Rob Paulsen for an episode of Talkin’...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Disney, Dc Comics, Robert De Niro, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Deadpool, Andrew Garfield, Avengers, X-men, Doctor Strange, Jared Leto, Tobey Maguire, Shazam, Martin Scorsese

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Concept Art Gives Us a Look at Resistance and First Order Shops

At this point, we pretty much know what to expect from Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. We’ve detailed their two big attractions, the Millennium Falcon ride and Rise of the Resistance (the latter of which won’t be operational when the new land first opens). But as we approach this summer’s grand opening, we’re starting to see a bit more of the minutiae from inside the park. To that end, Disney has revealed a couple pieces of concept art for two of its Galaxy’s Edge shops at Walt Disney World ...
Tags: Movies, California, Disney, Theme Parks, Resistance, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Disney World, Disney Parks Blog, Disney Parks, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, First Order, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Black Spire Outpost, Galaxy s Edge

The Eight Cats Who Played Church in ‘Pet Sematary’ Were “A Pack of Divas”

Church the cat is at the center of the the horror maelstrom that is Pet Sematary, the latest Stephen King adaptation to hit theaters. So directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch had to make sure that Church had the right look to portray the adorable pet and the undead feline it becomes, apart from all the blood and gore make-up, of course. It turns out it takes more than one cat to play the purr-fect Church — it takes eight. And all eight of them were divas, according to Widmyer. In Mary La...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Church, Stephen King, Los Angeles, Maine, Paramount Pictures, Kevin, Rachel, Louis, Maine Coon, New York Brooklyn, Mary Lambert, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kolsch

O.J. Simpson Prosecutor Chris Darden Representing Nipsey Hussle Murder Suspect Eric Holder

High-profile attorney Chris Darden is representing Nipsey Hussle’s alleged killer, Eric Holder.If that name sounds familiar to you, it should, because Darden is best known as one of the prosecutors who unsuccessfully tried the O.J. Simpson murder case in the 1990s.29-year-old Eric Ronald Holder appeared in court Thursday (Apr. 4) for the first time since his arrest Tuesday and he was formally charged with one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firear...
Tags: Celebs, Murder, Crime, Eric Holder, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, O J Simpson, Los Angeles Times, Nipsey Hussle, J Simpson, Hussle, South Los Angeles, Holder, Darden, Bellflower

Kahlo’s Koalas

Kahlo’s Koalas by Grace Helmer is a fun introduction to some artists with popular styles able to be easily evoked. As this small board book counts from one to ten, we see the same number of creatures in two-page spreads, from “1 Picasso Panda” to “10 Monet Mice”. Other artists include Matisse, Pollock, and Van Gogh. (The only woman is the titular Kahlo.) The book concludes with a couple of sentences about each artist, summing up the most obvious elements [...]
Tags: Comics, Van Gogh, Kahlo, Other Prose, Grace Helmer, Picasso Panda, Monet Mice Other, Matisse Pollock

Lauren Sanchez files for divorce after Bezos split finalized

LOS ANGELES (AP) — TV anchor Lauren Sanchez, who is in a relationship with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, has filed for divorce the day after Bezos’ divorce was finalized. Sanchez and talent agent Patrick Whitesell, her husband of 14 years, both filed divorce papers Friday. They’re seeking joint custody of their two kids. The divorce […]
Tags: Amazon, Business, News, Entertainment, Los Angeles, Ap, Nation, Jeff Bezos, Patrick Whitesell, Bezos, Sánchez, Lauren Sánchez

Grotesque Disfigurement Visual Novel Death Mark Released on Steam

Aksys Games has released Experience’s horror and mystery visual novel “Death Mark” on Steam’s storefront. The Steam release of the game supposedly does not contain any censorship unlike the console versions: The story details and key features of the title from Death Mark’s Steam page: You have been Marked… A strange rumor is spreading through […]
Tags: Games, Horror, Steam, Anime, Pc Gaming, Guro, Visual Novels, Aksys Games

Why iBuying is the new Zestimate

Between Zillow’s powerful grasp over the start of the consumer homebuying journey and the relative ease of instant online offers, it’s no question that the listing powerhouse can dominate this new frontier of buying and selling.
Tags: Technology, Opinion, Data, Analysis, Radio, Zillow, Brokerage, Opendoor, Zestimate, Instant Offers, Offerpad, iBuyer, Zillow Offers, Mike Delprete

Wild Vanilla Ero-Figure the Perfect Pet

Those wanting a playmate to go along with the Chocola ero-figure are in luck as Chocola’s sweet sister Vanilla can now also be acquired in figurine form, buyers can perform all sorts of unspeakable acts to the irresistible cat-girl come her February 2020 debut. Vanilla can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Games, Anime, Native, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Ero-figures, Nekomimi, Cast-off, Nekopara, Chocola

Watch: Teaser Trailer for 'Joker' Mashed Up with 'The Master' is Eerie

"Good science, by definition, allows for more than one opinion otherwise you merely have the will of one man. Which is the basis of cult." Now what do we have here. You all need to get a look at this. Earlier in the week, the first teaser trailer for Todd Phillips' new solo Joker movie debuted online. Video editor Nelson Carvajal has spliced the footage from that trailer into the original trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, since both star Joaquin Phoenix, and released a new "The ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Paul Thomas Anderson, Joaquin Phoenix, Carvajal, Todd Phillips, To Watch, Nelson Carvajal

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5 Delayed Until 2020

Breaking: Bad news. Better Call Saul season 5 won’t arrive until next year. The fantastic AMC series wrapped up season 4 in 2018, but if you were hoping to see what Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman does next, you’re going to have to hold your horses. Sarah Barnett, AMC’s President, Entertainment Networks, has confirmed the Breaking Bad prequel is on hold in order to accommodate the schedules of certain cast members. While this is understandable, the fact that season 4 wrapped up with such a tense mome...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Bob-Odenkirk, Television, Movies, Amc, Barnett, Jimmy, Saul, Goodman, Sarah Barnett, Better Call Saul Season, Jimmy McGill, Saul Goodman, Kim Wexler Rhea Seehorn, Mike Ehrmantraut Jonathan Banks

Cardi B & Offset ‘Buy The Block’… LITERALLY! Couple Invests Over $200K to Purchase Several Homes on Atlanta Area Street…

NEWSFLASH!!! Cardi B and Offset are building wealth by playing real life MONOPOLY! The hip-hop couple recently drop a bulk of cash to purchase nearly half of a street in a suburb of Atlanta… and by “suburb” I mean Jonesboro. While many speculate that the purchase may be intended for their future dream home, I suspect they are merely making smart “money moves” and adding to their real estate portfolio. More details + photos below… (more…) Related Posts Who’s Broke? Check Out Tyrese Gibso...
Tags: Real Estate, Celebrities, News, Atlanta, Cardi B, Tyrese Gibson, Cardi, Jonesboro, Atlanta Gossip, Phaedra Parks, Offset, Atlanta Real Estate, Buckhead Mansion, Atlanta Area Street

Disney Twisted Wonderland Romances Females

Disney Japan has announced work on an otome game of all things, granting players the chance to choose from various male characters inspired by the designs of multiple different Disney worlds. Disney Twisted Wonderland follows the standard isekai formula, transporting the player into an alternate world and arriving at Nightraven College – from there, players […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Disney, Smartphones, Anime, Simulation, Announcements, Visual Novels, Aniplex, Disney Japan, Nightraven College

‘Ghostbusters’ Getting a 4K Steelbook Release with New Rare Deleted Scenes & More

It’s the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters, and fans have a lot to be excited for. Not only is the first ever Ghostbusters Fan Fest happening this year on the Sony Pictures studio lot, but production will commence on a Ghostbusters sequel that will be directed by Ivan Reitman‘s accomplished filmmaker son Jason Reitman (Up in the Air, Juno). Now they have a new version of Ghostbusters to look forward to on home video. And don’t worry, this isn’t just an unnecessary double dip for the sake of the ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Sony, Bill Murray, Sony Pictures, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, Bobby Brown, Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Robert Barbieri, Ghostbusters 2, Home Video, DVD/Blu-Ray, Ray Parker Jr

‘Pet Sematary’ Soundtrack From ‘Helllraiser’ Composer Christopher Young Now Available to Stream

Pet Sematary is now playing everywhere, and with it comes a spooky, atmospheric score from Christopher Young. That name will likely sound familiar to horror fans – he composed the music for Hellraiser, along with Sinister, Drag Me to Hell and more. Sometimes, horror movie scores can be a touch generic, relying heavily on loud stings. But Young’s Pet Sematary soundtrack bucks that trend, creating a haunting, unsettling soundscape that immediately gives you the creeps. And yes, the soundtrack fea...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Young, Christopher Young, Soundtracks, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kolsch, Pet Sematary

Zack Snyder Enlists Dave Bautista for Army of the Dead

Zack Snyder enlists Dave Bautista for Army of the Dead Deadline reports that Dave Bautista will star in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead. Bautsita marks the first cast member for the long-in-development movie from Snyder. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Army, Warner Bros, Batman V Superman, Snyder, Michael Kelly, Zack Snyder, Dave Bautista, ComingSoon, Joby Harold, Zack Snyder Launches New Production Company, Zack Snyder Movies Ranked Snyder, Sarah Polley Ving Rhames, Army of the Dead Deadline, Zack Snyder 's Army

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