Virtual YouTuber Fubuki became an Instrument?

A week ago during Christmas, a fan transformed vtuber Fubuki into an instrumental bass for vtuber Haato's Last Christmas song. Is Fubuki going to become an official anime instrument? It's just plain cute. Here's the video.
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Michael Cavna's Warped comic

I'm not very good about remembering to read webcomics, but today The Daily Cartoonist linked to Michael Cavna's Warped comic at https://www.gocomics.com/warped, which probably hasn't been mentioned here in quite some time. So go check it out. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Geek Estate Offer: $100 Off the RICOH THETA Z1 or 50% off An Annual Subscription

[Editor’s Note: Geek Estate Offers are special offers members of the Geek Estate Mastermind] RICOH Tours introduces the RICOH THETA Z1, the latest and most advanced 360° camera yet. With 23MP resolution, the RICOH THETA Z1 makes virtual tours even more realistic than ever before. It is the perfect option for those who want increased image quality and more control over content so to offer clients the best virtual tour experience possible. With the camera, mobile app and web app all developed by ...
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Sword Art Online: Alicization - War of Underworld Episode 12 Impression

On this episode, the red soldier players starts attacking the Dark Territory army and Integrity Knights army. Later, the Pugilists leader forms a truce alliance with Asuna's group.Whoa, I didn't even think the Red Players would just go wildly attack anyone and can't tell who are their allies. But, that's nice since Asuna is gaining new allies. Other than that, I hope the Integrity Knights can save the kidnapped Alice from the crazy Gabriel. Now what's going to happen next? I definitely can't wai...
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International Journal of Comic Art half-price back issue package sale

Beginning January 1, 2020, the International Journal of Comic Art will offer at half-price back issues, if and when bought as a package. Of the 42 issues published through Vol.21, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2019, 36 are available for purchase. Out of stock are: Vol. 1, No. 1; 1:2; 4:2; 5:1, 6:2; 7:1. A reprint of 1:1 can be purchased from lulu.com. Tables of contents can be seen at http://www.ijoca.net/             Normally, 36 issues would sell at a total US $ 1,800 for U.S. instituti...
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Incredible Hulk v2 #364 - Walt Simonson cover

Walt Simonson Incredible Hulk v2 #364, 1989 - The start of the "Countdown" storyline, Walt Simonson provides the covers for all four parts. In this case, the Hulk battles the Abomination, filling the entire layout. His style is strangely reminiscent of his 1970s work but perfectly appropriate. Note the hourglass in the background, which would be a recurring motif in this series. Other artists [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Nozoki Kanojo Stalks a Cute Schoolgirl

Nozoki Kanojo has told the tale of a schoolgirl and her relationship with two security guards, as one of them takes advantage of his access to surveillance cameras to take lewd photos of the girl and spy on her; the erotic anime however pulls quite the twist… Omake:
Tags: Stalkers, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Nozoki Kanojo

Syd Mead, ‘Blade Runner’ Artist and Visual Futurist, Dies at Age 86

Syd Mead, the visual futurist and artist who helped influence the look of films like Blade Runner, Tron, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture, has died. He passed away in Pasadena, California on Monday due to complications from lymphoma. Read on for an appreciation of Mead’s incredible career. Variety brings the sad news that Mead passed away at the age of 86, just a few months after his announcement in September that he was retiring after spending 60 years in the design field. Mead worked in th...
Tags: Death, Movies, Los Angeles, Tesla, Pasadena California, Petersen Automotive Museum, Denis Villenueve, Mead, William Cameron Menzies, Syd Mead, Ralph McQuarrie, Nelson Coates, Timecop Johnny Mnemonic Mission to Mars Elysium

Enako’s Comiket 97 Shinon Cosplay Attracts a Colossal Horde

¥10 million cosplayer Enako – for those who don’t constantly stalk her whereabouts – has dressed up as Sword Art Online’s Shinon on the third day of Comiket 97, her appearance triggering an incomprehensibly large crowd to gather around her and making some wonder if perhaps they’ve entered the wrong profession. Possibly the only photo […]
Tags: Japan, Events, Anime, Cosplay, Otaku, Sword Art Online, Image Gallery, Comiket, Enako, Shinon

Review: Dark Waters

— by BEV QUESTAD — If you’ve still got some Teflon pans, dump them immediately at a toxic waste site. That advice is inferred from an exposé on one of the world’s largest and most dangerous chemical companies and their production of perfluorooctanoic acid, aka PFOA, a deadly carcinogen. Robert Bilott (Mark Ruffalo) can’t help […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Anne Hathaway, Bill Pullman, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, PFOA, Tim Robbins, Bill Camp, Robert Bilott Mark Ruffalo

Blade Runner Designer Syd Mead Dies at Age 86

Blade Runner Designer Syd Mead Dies at Age 86 It is with great sadness that ComingSoon.net (via The Hollywood Reporter) must report that famed concept designer Syd Mead has passed away at age 86. He is survived by husband Roger Servick. Mead’s work in the sci-fi genre was second-to-none, generating iconic visuals for films like Blade Runner, Tron, Aliens, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, 2010, Short Circuit, Timecop, Johnny Mnemonic, Mission: Impossible III, Elysium, Tomorrowland and Blade Runn...
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Director Craig Brewer on His Journey Towards Making ‘Dolemite is My Name’ [Interview]

Netflix’s Dolemite is My Name is writer-director Craig Brewer‘s first movie in eight years. Before this, Brewer, who made his debut with The Poor & Hungry and broke out with Hustler & Flow, last directed the 2011 Footloose remake. Since then, he’s written scripts that never got the green light and directed several episodes of Fox’s Empire. But after eight years away from a film set, Brewer returned sharper, not rustier, with a true story championing artists like comedian, actor, and filmmaker R...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Moon Knight’ Series Rumors, Most Anticipated Comic Book Movies of 2020 & More

Did you hear a second season of Marvel’s What If…? animated series is already in production? Could we see Daniel Radcliffe in the Moon Knight series? When will the next Spider-Man movie start shooting? How did Martin Scorsese‘s daughter use Marvel to troll her father at Christmas? What went wrong with Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark? What are the most anticipated comic book movies of 2020? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The titular superheroes in the Amazon Prime series...
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Gaming Bits: Star Wars Plot Points in Fortnite, Jedi Fallen Order Sequel Rumor, Xbox Name Confusion, PT/Silent Hills Exploration Mod, More

Welcome to another edition of Gaming Bits, the column where I quickly present some of the hottest topics in gaming culture regarding narrative titles, property tie-ins, and other things of that nature. This installment is a little lighter than usual considering there’s been a shortage of news due to the holidays, but there are still some tantalizing tidbits to talk about, so let’s get right to it! In this edition of Gaming Bits: Star Wars gaming news Resident Evil 3 Remake action concerns PT/S...
Tags: Asia, Movies, Microsoft, Video Games, Norman Reedus, Michael Bay, Netflix, Xbox, Henry Cavill, Zelda, Keanu Reeves, Hideo Kojima, Palpatine, Jill, Skywalker, Kojima

The Clock Tower: How Pariah Could Factor in to the Future of the Arrowverse, and Will Allegra Garcia Also Have a Big Role to Play?

(Welcome to The Clock Tower , where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes , cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled with spoilers . Proceed at your own risk.) Congratulations on surviving Christmas. I hope it was merry and bright, and filled with fluffy movies that were filled with many happy endings…y’know, to make up for the colossal cliffhanger that we’re ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Features, Gotham, The Cw, Justice League, Barry, Cw, Lex, Oliver, Allegra, Kara, Hank Henshaw, Nash, Central City, Comic Book/Superhero

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Will Tap into 1980s Horror, Feature Unexpected Character Debuts

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is slated to arrive in theaters early in the summer of 2021, and it will bring some horror to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. More specifically, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige says it will draw inspiration from the horror of the 1980s, the kind that Steven Spielberg brought to the big screen with Raiders of the Lost Ark or Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom that offered scares and adventure hand-in-hand. Find out what Feige had to say about the Doct...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Sequels, Marvel Comics, Doctor Strange, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Marvel Studios, Steven Spielberg, Loki, Kevin-Feige, Stephen Strange, Scott-Derrickson, MCU, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar

‘Murder Mystery,’ ‘Stranger Things’ Are the Most Popular 2019 Titles on Netflix, According to Netflix’s Very Specific Parameters

Netflix has long been averse to releasing viewership statistics for its original titles, but the streaming giant is never reluctant to toot its own horn when it comes to “popularity.” And with the streaming field set to become more splintered than ever before in 2020 — with newcomers like Disney+, Apple TV+, HBO Max, Peacock, and Quibi poised to threaten the current dominion held by Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu — it’s fitting for Netflix to make a show of strength with its annual “most popular” li...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Disney, Netflix, Madeleine McCann, Kevin Hart, Pixar, Hulu, Adam Sandler, Variety, Ralph, Netflix Amazon, Netflix/Streaming Video, Disney Apple, The-Incredibles-2, The Irishman

Priestess Elf Priscilla Ero-Figure Ready to Be Assaulted by Orcs

Gorgeous elf priestess Priscilla, as designed by artist Asanagi, has come to life in figure form to provide healing of all sorts to buyers, the flawless beauty even coming with cast-off capability so that collectors can appreciate every inch of her body come June of next year. Priscilla can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Anime, Elf, Vertex, Priscilla, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Asanagi, Priestess Elf Priscilla Ero

The Best Movies to Watch on New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve, a 2011 rom-com that takes place in the hours leading up to the New York City ball drop, is a terrible movie. You probably know it because every actor—save for those in a similar holiday-movie with an ensemble cast, Valentine’s Day—was in it. Still, with massive star power and a hell of a budget, New…Read more...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, New York City, Lifehacks, New Years

A History of the Darksaber and Why It Matters to the Future of ‘Star Wars’

Without spoiling where it appears, there’s been a recent resurgence of interest in the black lightsaber known as the Darksaber in the Star Wars lore. So we’re here to break down the Darksaber’s significance and give you some a deep dive into everything you need to understand about why this weapon is important, why its recent appearance was nothing short of jaw-dropping, and how it could factor in to future Star Wars projects.  including its jaw-dropping  With the recent release of the season f...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Disney, Features, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Imperial, Jedi, Yavin, Giancarlo Esposito, Sabine, Maul, Star-Wars, Action/Adventure

Sony’s ‘Uncharted’ Movie Remains Cursed, Loses Its Seventh Director But Still Has Tom Holland On Board

Sony’s Uncharted movie continues to be just as cursed as the treasure that protagonist Nathan Drake has sought in the games. The long-brewing film adaptation of the popular video game series has just lost director Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings, Bumblebee) to a scheduling conflict, making him the seventh filmmaker – seventh! – to be attached and then part ways with this project. But Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg are still attached, leaving a sliver of hope that this movie will actually...
Tags: Movies, Mark Wahlberg, Adaptation, Sony, Holland, Drake, Video Game, On Board, Dan Trachtenberg, Knight, Nathan, Tom Holland, Nathan Drake, Wahlberg, Action/Adventure, Travis Knight

Uncharted Film Loses Director Travis Knight Due to Scheduling Issues

Uncharted film loses Director Travis Knight due to scheduling issues According to Deadline, director Travis Knight has been forced to step away from Sony’s Uncharted video game feature adaptation due to scheduling issues revolving around Tom Holland’s Spider-Man production schedule. This marks the sixth directorial change since the project was announced. Holland and Mark Wahlberg are reportedly both still attached to the project, which will get pushed back. The outlet notes that the studio wi...
Tags: Movies, Nazis, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Holland, Drake, Sony Pictures, Joshua, Francis Drake, Tom Holland, Matt Holloway, Bob Iger, Movie News, Travis Knight, Joe Carnahan, David Guggenheim

‘Cats’ is Tap Dancing Its Way to a Possible $100 Million Box Office Loss

The only thing Cats can’t drag in is more money. Tom Hooper‘s pricey big-screen adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is on track to lose up to $100 million at the box office, making the Universal film one of the biggest box office bombs of the year. Cats just can’t land on its feet. In the 11 days since it hit theaters, Cats has grossed only $38.4 million worldwide — a devastatingly meager box office return compared to the film’s reported budget of between $90-$100 million before ma...
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The Witcher Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Witcher Season 1 Episode 2 Recap After being introduced to the dark and gritty world of Netflix’s The Witcher, the second episode of the adaptation continues the story of its titular hunter Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) and Princess Cirilla (Freya Allen), as well as the introduction to Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalorta), all on a path of intertwining destinies. RELATED: The Witcher Season 1 Episode 1 Recap Four Marks A young hunchback girl is caught spying o...
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Noah Hawley’s ‘Star Trek’ Movie May Not Be ‘Star Trek 4,’ Says Simon Pegg

The Star Trek feature films may be exploring strange new worlds, and abandoning old story plans — and possibly even its familiar cast. The fate of Star Trek 4 has been in question since the departure of stars Chris Hemsworth and Chris Pine in 2018, followed soon by director S.J. Clarkson. Last month, it seemed like phasers were set to go again with the boarding of Lucy in the Sky director Noah Hawley. However, according to Star Trek Beyond star Simon Pegg, it’s possible that Hawley’s Star Trek ...
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Court rules in favor of FTC in mortgage relief scheme

The FTC originally halted the operations of 13 companies accused of falsely promising consumers it could help them stave off foreclosure.
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Taiwanese Political Candidate Cosplays Evangelion’s Asuka Langley

Taiwanese political candidate Lai Pin-yu has dressed up as one of Neon Genesis Evangelion‘s iconic female characters, Asuka Langley Soryu, for her campaign. Lai Pin-yu is currently running for a seat in New Taipei City’s 12th electoral district against the Chinese Nationalist Party candidate Lee Yong-ping. Her cosplay appearance during a recent campaign event: While […]
Tags: Politics, International, Taiwan, Bizarre, Anime, Cosplay, New Taipei City, Lee Yong, Chinese Nationalist Party, Evangelion, Asuka Langley, Asuka Langley Soryu, Lai Pin yu

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Drops Nearly 60% in Its Second Weekend, Still Slightly Trailing ‘The Last Jedi’

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker had no problem dominating the box office for a second weekend in a row. The end of the Skywalker saga made over two times as much as Jumanji: The Next Level did in second place. However, it’s not all good news for The Rise of Skywalker, because the movie saw a roughly 59% drop from opening weekend, which is larger than analysts were expecting for the blockbuster sequel. What does that mean for the future of the Rise of Skywalker box office run? Box Office Mojo...
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The Most Important Decade for Movies About Black Lives

Whether the films were dramas, comedies or documentaries, the 2010s gave us a range of big-screen experiences that were taken seriously.
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Austin Board of Realtors settles with CoreLogic over data sales

The settlement comes eight months after the Austin Board of Realtors accused CoreLogic of improperly selling data on sold homes.
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