Daredevil #161 - Frank Miller art & cover

Frank Miller Daredevil v1 #161, 1979 - An abandoned Coney Island provides the setting for a final showdown between Bullseye and Daredevil. Frank Miller's vertigo-inducing cover pulsates with excitement. The numerous fight scenes are well choreographed with convincing anatomy and figure drawing. While most of the story is exceptionally drawn, the high point is a two page spread, depicting a [Author: Unknown]
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Nick Gordon, Who Was Found Liable for Death of Whitney Houston’s Daughter, Found Dead at 30

(ATLANTA) — Nick Gordon, who was found liable in the death of his ex-partner Bobbi Kristina Brown, has died. He was 30. Gordon’s attorney Joe S. Habachy confirmed his client’s death in a statement Wednesday to The Associated Press. The Atlanta attorney did not give a cause of death or say where it occurred. Gordon’s death comes nearly five years after Brown, the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub in January 2015. The 22-yea...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Uncategorized, Atlanta, Associated Press, Houston, Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown, NICK, Bobbi Kristina, Bobbi Kristina Brown, Brown, Gordon, Nick Gordon, Overnight, Joe S Habachy

Little Devil Witch Rem Halloween Figure too Charming

Re:Zero’s precious Rem has gotten ready for Halloween several months in advance according to her new figurine, which dresses her up as quite the sultry little witch and even provides her with an innocently attached tail – Rem can deliver tricks and treats come October of next year. Rem can be pre-ordered now.
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Too many choices?

  Readers of this blog know I believe that offering too many choices to your customers is a bad idea. Most studies indicate that an overabundance of options slows consumers down, and actually nets fewer sales than a simpler “which one of the two” do you want decisions. But now settle down with the soft drink of your choice and think about a multiplicity of consumer choice from Coca-Cola that is a wonderful exception to the rule. Coke’s Freestyle machine allows you to create over one hundre...
Tags: Funny, Sales, Humor, Old Age, Coca Cola, Coke, Seniors, Mature, Getting Older, Jay H Heyman

Megumin’s Sweet Thighs Transformed into Chocolate

A rather expressive KonoSuba fan particularly enchanted by the plump thighs of bumbling mage Megumin has molded a sweet replica of her perfect hips using some equally tantalizing chocolate. Going by the moniker of DaLinkster, the artisan thoroughly described the process of making the work of art (crafted out of white and milk chocolate) and […]
Tags: Food, Bizarre, Anime, Fetish, Otaku, Oshiri, Pantsu, KONOSUBA, Megumin

A Dispatch from Canada’s Whistler Film Festival

For nineteen years, the Whistler Film Festival has been a mountainside home for some of the best award-winning and independent cinema in the world. What started off as a small gathering has evolved in size, shifting from a place where the massive Vancouver film community would annually attend splashy parties and revel in sponsored swag rooms and habitually take over some of the village’s fanciest restaurants to something smaller in scale. With shifting economic realities and a shifting communi...
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Monster Hunter Frontier Farewell Video Thanks All the Players

Earlier in the year, Capcom announced that action MMORPG Monster Hunter Frontier Z would be concluding its service on December 18th – now that the game’s run is finished after twelve long years, the developer has released a goodbye/thank you video dedicated to all the players. The lengthy farewell video features most of the prominent […]
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Bobbi Kristina’s Ex, Nick Gordon, Dead at 30 From Drug Overdose

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s ex-boyfriend Nick Gordon has died at the age of 30 following a drug overdose. Gordon’s brother, Jack Walker Jr., confirmed to People that Gordon passed away Wednesday (Jan. 1) in Florida. “We are devastated by the loss of my beautiful brother,” Walker Jr. told the magazine in a statement. “He leaves a void in the hearts of my family and his friends. Nick’s battle in life was not an easy one. I will be forever grateful that my God afforded a small moment at the very end of ...
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Theme Park Bits: Space Mountain Refurbishment, The End of Disneyland Express, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Space Mountain is losing its Star Wars theming. Bid farewell to Disneyland Express. Learn what it’s like to make candy canes at Disney World. And more! Since May of 2019, Space Mountain over in Disneyland has been themed to a little franchise you might have heard of: Star Wars. Its Hyperspace Mountain theming, though, is finally being taken away. On January 7, 2020, the ride will close for a brief refurbishment, after which time it’ll be back to its nor...
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Japanese “Professor”: “Japan Needs to Stop With the Lolicon & Shotacon”

A Japanese “professor” and “translator” has generated a modicum of attention after demanding that Japan “put a stop to its lolicon and shotacon”, with their rehashed ravings typically being scorned and dismissed. The self-proclaimed professor presented their maniacal rant against the harmless medium that is fiction in both Japanese and English in an attempt to […]
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Read All of /Film’s Best of the Decade Lists and Features

It’s the first day of a new year and a new decade, and what better way to usher in 2020 than with a look back at the past 10 years of movies, TV shows, and everything in between? The pop culture landscape has shifted tremendously in the years since 2010, and our favorite movies of the past decade reflect that. At /Film, we tried our best to capture the pop culture zeitgeist of the past 10 years in our Best of the Decade series, which we ran for the last two weeks of December. Here is a compete ...
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‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ and ‘The Mandalorian’s Approaches to Force Healing Represent Different Directions for Lucasfilm’s Future

Major spoilers for The Mandalorian  and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker below. While watching Episode 7 of The Mandalorian, my partner turned to me midway through and asked, “have we seen that before?” The moment in question was when the child (aka “Baby Yoda”) reached out to “Force heal” another character. I had, in fact, seen it before – during a press screening of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker just one day earlier. And the two properties’ differing approaches to Force healing e...
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Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ Series Will Now Arrive on Disney+ in 2020

Now that The Mandalorian has finished its first season, Disney+ has to do something to keep those millions of subscribers satiated (you know, beyond that massive catalog of classic films and such). A new video announcing what’s coming to the streaming service in 2020 is mostly familiar titles, but there’s one noteworthy addition. WandaVision, the second of Marvel Studios’ streaming series starring characters introduced on the big screen via the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will now arrive this ye...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Wanda, Sam, Marvel Studios, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Olsen, Kathryn Hahn, Teyonah Parris, Bucky, Matt Shakman, Randall Park, Comic Book/Superhero, Kat Dennings

‘Uncut Gems’ Actress Julia Fox on Working with Adam Sandler and Her Unique Path to Stardom [Interview]

The path to  Julia Fox ‘s on-screen acting debut in Uncut Gems  took her through a myriad of other successful creative endeavors, including art, photography, fashion design, writing, and even recently directing her first short film, Fantasy Girls . Fox first became well known in her native New York City for being something of an “It girl” on the club/party scene, and it was during that time in her life, nearly 10 years ago, that she became friendly with brothers and struggling filmmakers Jo...
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Opinion: RadioToday industry predictions for 2020

One thing is for sure – radio is changing at an incredible pace. Keeping up with emerging products and making full use of smart technology is key. But whilst the art of ‘input’ is changing, the ‘output’ has remained fairly static for many decades. Listeners can still hear a friendly voice on the radio at all hours of the day – the major difference is where the voice is located and when they were recorded. But let’s dig deeper down into the industry and see what 2020 might bring. Last year we ...
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Comiket 97 Cosplay Highly Inspirational

Those desiring souvenirs from Comiket 97 may find the photographs of the event’s many cosplayers to be worthwhile collectibles, with all the varied costumes on display bound to be good motivation for novice cosplayers hoping to elevate their own work.
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‘1917’ Director Sam Mendes on Collaborating with Roger Deakins and the “Unnerving” Decision to Present the Movie as a Single Shot [Interview]

1917‘s seemingly death-defying camera work from master cinematographer (and recent Oscar winner) Roger Deakins is extraordinary as it moves through varying terrains in the guise of a single take, with no place to hide lights (he’s working in natural light most of the time). The result is a powerful antiwar statement couched in a tense and emotionally gripping work, as the camera seems to hover around the action as both a ghostly observer and a character in the trenches with the film’s leads....
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Tony Taka Accused of Tracing New Years Skin For Azur Lane’s Ryuuhou

Tony Taka, a revered artist who has done work for the Shining series, has been accused of tracing a part of the New Years skin he was in charge of for Azur Lane’s Ryuuhou, sadly not the first time the smartphone gacha game has been the target of such accusations. The design as released from […]
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First Full Trailer for Krasinski's Monster Sequel 'A Quiet Place: Part II'

"There are people out there worth saving." Happy New Year! To kick things off with a highly anticipated 2020 movie, Paramount has debuted a full trailer for A Quiet Place: Part II, the sequel to John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's sci-fi monster thriller A Quiet Place from 2018. The sequel picks up right where the first film left off. Following the traumatic events at home (seen in the first movie), the Abbott family now face the terrors of the outside world. Forced to venture into the unknown,...
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Cool Stuff: ‘The Mandalorian’ Funko POPs Line-Up Expands with Mandalorians, Werner Herzog & More

The line-up of Funko POPs featuring characters from The Mandalorian has been pretty small so far. The titular bounty hunter had two different variations, and back-up came in the form of IG-11, Cara Dune, and Kuiil. But now even more Mandalorians are getting the Funko POP treatment, along with new versions of Mando, fellow bounty hunters like Greef Karga and Q9-Zero, the egg-obsessed offworld Jawas, and even Werner Herzog as The Client. Check out all the new The Mandalorian Funko POPs below. ...
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Nora Gross & John Jackson explore black, gay masculinity in ‘Making Sweet Tea’

Directors Nora Gross & John Jackson, Jr. Dean John L. Jackson, Jr. and his former student Nora Gross don’t seem like typical filmmakers. The two move in academic circles; Jackson, as a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and Gross as a graduate student. Then author Patrick Johnson’s Making Sweet Tea came along. The book–and resultant stage show–chronicle the lives of several African-American gay men of different generations living across the American South. The seven subjects–Charles, ...
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Ann Dowd & Allison Tolman in Bowie-Wormhole 'Speed of Life' Trailer

"I think when David Bowie died, the universe broke." Giant Pics has debuted a trailer for the indie drama Speed of Life, the latest film from film critic ("Just Seen It") / filmmaker Liz Manashil. This premiered at the Nashville Film Festival, and will be available on VOD this month. The film centers around David Bowie's death in 2016, which causes a rift in time and space. It starts in 2016 with a couple, June and Edward, but Edward falls into a wormhole created by Bowie's passing. Then it ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, David Bowie, Edward, Bowie, Ann Dowd, Allison Tolman, To Watch, Bowie Wormhole Speed of Life Trailer, Liz Manashil, Ray Santiago Jeff Perry Vella Lovell Sean Wright, Christine Weatherup, Ann Dowd Allison Tolman

Movies, Music, and Books That Enter the Public Domain Today

Today isn’t just a day to nurse your hangover from New Year’s Eve—it’s also a day to celebrate the public domain. Movies, books, music, and more from 1924 are all entering the public domain today, meaning that you’re free to download, upload, and share these titles however you see fit. And it’s completely legal.Read more...
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Disney+ Confirms WandaVision Is Coming In 2020

Disney+ Confirms WandaVision Is Coming In 2020 2020 was shaping up to be a fairly quiet year for Marvel Studios, with only Black Widow and The Eternals in theaters, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on Disney+. However, a New Year’s Day announcement from Disney+ has revealed that WandaVision is also coming in 2020. When it was announced over the summer, WandaVision was expected to debut in 2021. Regardless, it has a prominent place in the following Disney+ 2020 preview trailer. Is this ...
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‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Trailer: The Sequel to the 2018 Hit Certainly Looks Intense

A Quiet Place was one of 2018’s perfect cinematic storms. A crowd-pleasing horror adventure with a big, emotional heart. A box office smash, grossing $340 million worldwide on a $17 million budget. A critical darling that used its high concept to tremendous effect. A reminder that Emily Blunt is the profoundly talented leading lady we don’t deserve. And perhaps most surprisingly, evidence that John Krasinski has some serious chops as a filmmaker and that “Jim from The Office” made one of the st...
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If it’s January, it’s Agent Appreciation Month at Inman

Celebrate Agent Appreciation Month and #ThankAnAgent with exclusive coverage at Inman.com all month long.
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The Morning Watch: VFX Artists React to ‘Lord of the Rings’ Trilogy, Life As a Non-Star Wars Fan & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch as VFX artists react to the movie magic of all three installments of the Lord of the Rings trilogy as we get closer to the 20th anniversary of Peter Jackson‘s adaptation. Plus, see how glorious life is...
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "The Other 'Thin Line' Flag"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock. "The Other 'Thin Line' Flag" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=2901 820 Americans were shot and killed by police in 2019. Happy New Year. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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As we move into yet another dark year

I used to have a New Year's tradition.  I would say "May the new year be for you what the previous was for...." and then I'd list all the people who had exceptional years.  Award-winners,... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Now On Netflix - VIDEODROME

A ratings obsessed TV programmer discovers a sinister new source of content. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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