Live Action World of Warships × Azur Lane Trailer Quite Odd

Renowned naval battle simulator World of Warships is having a crossover event with popular shipgirl mobile game Azur Lane. To celebrate the occasion, developer Wargaming has released a rather strange promotional video utilizing a live actor. Some of the new content added for the crossover includes the shipgirls as new commanders, color camos for the […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Simulation, Pc Gaming, Crossover, World of Warships, Azur Lane

4 Famous Knife Scenes in Popular Culture Movies

Everybody loves watching movies. It presents to us an opportunity to enjoy ourselves, or even unwind after a long day of work. Films come with all types of characters, surprises, and action. For instance, in action-packed movies, it is apparent that both the “good guys” and the villains will use a variety of weapons to fight or accomplish their primary mission. From guns, bombs, missiles, sticks, knives, martial arts are some of the examples of arms that you can find in the most popular movies...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Jazz, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Arnold, Billy, John Wick, John Rambo, Rambo, Bennett Bennett, Santino, Robicheaux, Keanu John, Billy Rocks

Kill la Kill: IF Previews the English Dubbed Story

An 18-minute long English dubbed video for upcoming Kill la Kill fighting game, Kill la Kill: IF, has made its way online, showcasing both gameplay and story and bound to be harshly criticized by the dub-hating crowd. Those not familiar with the premise or world of Kill la Kill will quickly be brought up to […]
Tags: Games, English, Anime, Ps4, Pc Gaming, PV, Fighting Games, Kill la Kill, Arc System Works, Nintendo Switch

A Mystery Frequency Disrupted Car Fobs in an Ohio City, and Now Residents Know Why

For weeks, some garage doors would not open and some car doors would not unlock in a Cleveland suburb. After some sleuthing, officials say they discovered the reason.
Tags: News, Radio, Ohio, Automobiles, Cleveland, Ohio City, North Olmsted, Chris Glassburn, Fobs

Apex Legends Crusades Against Cheaters with 770,000 Player Bans

The Community Manager for quickly declining team-based FPS Apex Legends has posted a developer update regarding their efforts in combating cheating within the game. In the post, a member of the development team identifying as “Drew” states that he has been working closely with experts across Electronic Arts to expunge the cheater menace plaguing the […]
Tags: Games, Cheating, FPS, Anime, Announcements, Bans, Drew, Online Gaming, Apex Legends, FPS Apex Legends

Weekend Post

The new season of GAME OF THRONES is here and there's lots of buzz every week.  I never got into it.  But I tried.  Once.  Seven years ago.  I watched the first episode of... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Library of Congress on Free Comic Book Day

Headlines & Heroes: Newspapers, Comics & More Fine Print Blog from the Library of Congress. The 4th of Free Comic Books 05/03/2019  This year May the Fourth, a day to revel in all things Star Wars, coincides with Free Comic Book Day, an annual celebration of comic books! And on this May the Fourth, we're particularly remembering Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew who died on April 30, 2019. He made Chewbacca one of the best-loved Star Wars characters. […] [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Warlock #9 - Jim Starlin art & cover (Top 10)

Jim Starlin 9.  Warlock v1 #9, 1975 - This premiere issue takes over the numbering from the first series (Warlock #1-8), but picks up the storyline from Strange Tales #181. Warlock, Pip and Gamora encounter the all-powerful Magus for the first time. Jim Starlin, partially responsible for reviving the lead character, continues his impressive work. Intricately drawn panels reside within [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Warlock, Ted F, Jim Starlin, Gamora, Warlock Pip

Green Lantern v2 #84 - Neal Adams / Bernie Wrightson art, Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Green Lantern / Green Arrow v2 #84, 1970 - A small town becomes a willing mob, thanks to a small plastic device circulated by a super-villain. Two of the bronze age's best artists team-up on their only full length story. Neal Adams' pencils are generally dominant and exceptionally drawn. Stylistically, Bernie Wrightson has a far different approach but his inks in this case are [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Green Lantern, Superhero, 1970s, Adams, Wrightson, Neal Adams, Bernie Wrightson, Ted F, Neal Adams Bernie Wrightson

Jitaku Keibiin Hardcore Family Bonding Ero-Anime

Family degradation ero-anime Jitaku Keibiin will soon be making a return in the form of a sequel as demonstrated by this new PV, the brutal family debauchery naturally being in high abundance as the fat hikikomori protagonist ravages all the women. The PV has one of the unlucky daughters experiencing the full force of the […]
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Jitaku Keibiin, Jitaku Keibiin Hardcore

New Release Review - HIGH LIFE

Tensions rise between a group of convicts floating through space. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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In the days leading to her murder, actress Sharon Tate begins having nightmarish premonitions. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, Netflix, Vod, Sharon Tate, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis

Former ABC News economics editor Dan Cordtz 92, dies

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Dan Cordtz, a former economics editor and correspondent and for ABC News, died Saturday in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from cancer, said daughter Kay Cordtz. He was 92. Cordtz worked for The Wall Street Journal and other publications before ABC hired him in 1974 as the network faced having to report on […]
Tags: Business, Television, News, Entertainment, Abc, Ap, Nation, Abc News, Wall Street Journal, Albuquerque, Albuquerque New Mexico, Dan Cordtz, Kay Cordtz He, Cordtz

Progressive Christian author Rachel Held Evans, 37, dies

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Progressive Christian author Rachel Held Evans has died in Tennessee after spending two weeks in a hospital for treatment for an infection and brain seizures. She was 37. Sarah Bessey, a writer and friend of Evans’, says she died in Nashville early Saturday, surrounded by her husband and friends. Bessey said […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Nation, Tennessee, Nashville, Evans, Tenn AP, Sarah Bessey, Rachel Held Evans, Bessey, Progressive Christian

Lucasfilm Announces Journey to the Rise of Skywalker Novels and Comics

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Lucasfilm announces Journey to the Rise of Skywalker novels and comics May the fourth be with you as Lucasfilm has revealed that ahead of the highly-anticipated final installment in the primary saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the studio is releasing a series of novels and comics entitled Journey to the Rise of Skywalker, according to the franchise’s official website. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; P...
Tags: Star Wars, London, Movies, Carrie Fisher, Article, Gallery, Resistance, Lucasfilm, George Lucas, John Williams, Leia, Matthew, Finn, Matt Smith, Kylo Ren, Billy Dee Williams

‘Toy Story 4’ TV Spot Summons Forky From the Netherworld

One thing is clear: Toy Story 4 is going to have a lot more existential dread than the last three films. That’s thanks to Forky, the new character that begs the question: just what is it that makes a toy a toy? And we’re talking the secretly sentient type of toy here, too. Is every single thing a kid plays with a toy – and if so, does that mean anything a child plays with will come to life? The implications are terrifying. In a new Toy Story 4 TV spot, we get to see the origins of Forky, and th...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Sequels, Andy, Bonnie, Woody, Disney/Pixar, TV Spots, Toy-Story, Toy Story 4, Forky

“Avengers: Endgame” Director Joe Russo Says Spoilers Are OK After Monday (May 6th)

If you haven’t seen “Avengers: Endgame” by this Monday (May 6), be prepared for spoilers, because the film’s director says everything after then is “fair game.”“Avengers: Endgame”—the sequel to “Avengers: Infinity War” and the culmination of 21 feature films and 11 years of production—officially opened in theaters worldwide last weekend.Joe Russo—one half of the Russo Brothers director team—spoke with The Blast and talked about how happy he was with how fans (some, not all) have made sure not to...
Tags: Videos, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Marvel, Pop Culture, Manhattan, Jazz, North America, Russo brothers, The Avengers, Comscore, Russo, Joe Russo, Avengers: Endgame

Ao-chan Benkyou ga Dekinai Flustered in the Bath

Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyou ga Dekinai has gotten emotional as the easily flustered Ao-chan ends up interacting with a boy, watchers may be more infatuated with her brief bathing scene, however, though it is sadly devoid of any sexier moments. Omake:
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Fist Fight’s Richie Keen To Direct Will Ferrell in E-Sports Comedy

Fist Fight’s Richie Keen to direct Will Ferrell in e-sports comedy Will Ferrell is ready to gear up and join the e-sports community for an upcoming comedy from Legendary Pictures with Fist Fight helmer Richie Keen signing on to direct the project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() {...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, Jordan Dunn, Philadelphia, TNT, Will Ferrell, Adam Mckay, Usa Network, Richie, Ferrell, Glenn Howerton, Movie News, Fist Fight, Holmes Watson, Richie Keen, Michael Kvamme

Herzog says Gorbachev documentary has a ‘subversive message’

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Werner Herzog says there’s a “subversive message” to his new documentary “Meeting Gorbachev”: Talk to your geopolitical enemies. Herzog interviewed former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev three times in a six-month span to make the new film. He highlights Gorbachev’s leadership during the reunification of Herzog’s native Germany as well as […]
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Germany, Los Angeles, Gorbachev, Ap, Nation, Mikhail Gorbachev, Werner Herzog, Soviet Union, Herzog

All the Comics You Can Get Today For Free Comic Book Day

Free Comic Book Day is today, May 4th, which also happens to be Star Wars Day. Comic Book retailed selected 51 titles in total to be free this year, 12 from gold sponsors and 39 from silver sponsors.Read more...
Tags: Comics, Free, Comic Books, Dc Comics, Lifehacks

‘The Place of No Words’ Trailer: Where Do We Go When We Die?

Mark Webber‘s The Place of No Words poses a large, unanswerable question: “Where do we go when we die?” The indie drama follows a three-year-old who poses such a question through a fantasy-tinged tryptic, while also dealing real-world troubles. It looks visually inventive and narratively interesting, and could definitely be a smaller film worth looking out for. Watch The Place of No Words trailer below. The Place of No Words Trailer The Place of No Words wasn’t on my radar at all, but t...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Movie Trailers, Mark Webber, Spike Jonze, Independent, Webber, Ingmar Bergman, Hoai Tran Bui, Bodhi Palmer, The Place of No Words

Is acting hazardous? On the risks of immersing oneself in a role

In 2009, Heath Ledger posthumously received an Academy Award for his performance as the Joker in Christopher Nolan's film The Dark Knight (2008). To say that Ledger earned the recognition of his peers is to vastly understate his accomplishment. Ledger's unflinching and disquieting performance as an anarchic sociopath – ostensibly, he played a comic-book villain, but his performance far transcended the source material – earned near-universal praise from critics and audiences alike. By the ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Sleep, Entertainment, Film, Mental Health, Personality, Innovation, Storytelling, Heath Ledger, Terry Gilliam, David Denby, The New Yorker, Nichols, New Republic, Richard Brody

What It Means When your APC UPS is Beeping

Investing in technology goes hand in hand with investing in methods to protect it. To keep my Mac mini and assorted computing gear safe from brown-outs, power surges, and power outages, I use an APC XS1300 uninterruptible power supply (UPS). As its name suggests, a UPS will provide battery back-up power to your devices in the event of a power outage, giving you time to save your work and safely shut your devices down. Many UPSs use replaceable lead batteries. After about two years or so, the ...
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Senran Kagura BDs Improving Faces & Nipples

Fans of Senran Kagura may be relieved to know that the BD releases for the 2nd anime season have implemented a few upgrades, with the girls getting prettier faces and more sensuous-looking nipples, vital elements that will likely ensure purchases. The beautiful upgrades of both faces and nipples can be seen via the BD version […]
Tags: Anime, Comparison, TNK, Bathing, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, BD, Senran Kagura

‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ Concept Art Reveals Insane New Lightsaber Battle, New Line-Up of Books Announced

Before the release of every episode of the primary Star Wars saga, there’s a collection of books leading up to the arrival of the film itself. This year is no different as the Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker line-up of books has just been announced. But that’s not what the coolest revelation is today. Like every Star Wars movie hitting theaters, there will be The Art of Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker book that arrives around the time the movie hits theaters. Not only was the releas...
Tags: Art, Books, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Darth Vader, Resistance, Lucasfilm, Marvel Comics, Rian Johnson, Leia, Force, Cool Stuff, Luke Skywalker, Kylo Ren, Rey

Mark Wahlberg Partners With Jason Blum for The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence

Mark Wahlberg partners with Jason Blum for The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that Mark Wahlberg (Instant Family) is teaming up with indie genre darling Jason Blum (Us) to adapt the highly talked-about New York magazine The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence.  PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(fun...
Tags: New York, Movies, Article, Mark Wahlberg, Cia, Jason Blum, Ezra Marcus, Blumhouse, Wahlberg, Connie Britton, Movie News, Blumhouse Productions, James D Walsh, Sarah Lawrence, Larry Ray, Steven Levinson

Singaporean singer Wils comes out in music video with his boyfriend as the leading man

Wils is singing a different tune these days: The Singaporean pop star, born Willie Tay and previously known as Willtay, publicly came out as gay with his new single, “Open Up Babe.”
Tags: Entertainment, Singapore, Lifestyle, Coming Out, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Wils, Gay Music, Gay Musician, Gay Musicians, Gay Pop Singers, Gay Pop Stars, Gay Singapore, Willie Tay, Willtay

Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: Musashi’s Basketball

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. Waver Velvet Takes the Stage Lord El-Melloi II’s Case Files are getting a stage show. … Continue reading Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: Musashi’s Basketball
Tags: Anime, Musashi, Favored Topics, Type-Moon, Fate/Grand Order, Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya, APB, Fate/Grand Order Duel

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