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Deaths in the comic arts field in 2019

Deaths in 2019 (with thanks to DD Degg of the Daily Cartoonist) included Gerry Alanguilan, CrossGen founder Mark Alessi, Syrian political cartoonist Wahib al-Husseini, comics scholar Donald Ault, animation voice actor Robert Axelrod, Ken Bald, French cartoonist Alex Barbier, comics lawyer and editor Mitch Berger, stop-motion animator Bruce Bickford, co-owner of Dragon's Comics & Fantasy - San Antonio Cliff Bland, William F. Brown, Scottish cartoonist Russell Campbell, Ernie Colón, Jour...
Tags: Comics, Texas, Washington Dc, San Diego, Robert Scott, Dave Smith, Richard Williams, Daytona Beach News Journal, Martel, Paul Krassner, Doug Dillard, Mike Rhode, Kyoto Animation, Mitch Berger, John Latham, Michael Lindsay


Bring Back ‘Silent Library’

This is the reboot that the world needs and deserves Happy 2020, everybody. We did it. We made it, somehow. As the sun sets on the dumpster fire that was 2019 it dawns on a new year, and with it comes the possibility that maybe, just maybe, things will be a little better. The term “things” in this context encompasses a whole buttload of items that need improving, the political climate, the actual climate, y’know, just all that big existential stuff. But today, I wanna talk about the thi...
Tags: Jimmy Fallon, Mtv, Humor, Sloane Hughes


Somali to Mori no Kamisama Episode 1 Impression

Somali to Mori no Kamisama is about a human girl and golem on a journey searching for humans. On this episode, Somali and Golem visits a big city. Oh no, this series gives me the similar vibe as Uchi no Ko no Tame naraba, Ore wa Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru kamo Shirenai from last Summer season because both series features a dad and their adapted daughter in a fantasy world. Although, the introduction and beautiful world setting seems to be much more interesting than Uchi no Ko no Tame naraba...
Tags: Anime, Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru kamo Shirenai, Uchi no Ko, Mori no Kamisama Episode, Mori no Kamisama


New Upcoming Releases from Eastern Star and Viz - Now Up for Pre-Order!

We've just posted Eastern Star's February 2020 release slate and a new announcement from Viz for pre-order! Here's what's coming:Viz Bleach Collection #6 BLURAY (Eps #140-167) - Mar 10 Eastern StarCity Hunter Season 1 Part 1 BLURAY- Feb 25Great Conquest The Romance of the Three Kingdoms DVD- Feb 25The Great Passage BLURAY- Feb 25Honey and Clover Season 1 BLURAY- Feb 25Kamen No Maid Guy BLURAY- Feb 25Psycho Armor Govarian BLURAY- Feb 25 [Author: Robert]
Tags: Anime, Viz, Robert, Eastern Star, Schedule Updates, Upcoming Anime


Police Trap #6 - Jack Kirby art & cover

Jack Kirby Police Trap v1 #6, 1956 - In the final issue of this crime series, Jack Kirby not only contributes the cover, but five interior stories as well. All are drawn in the artist's distinctive style and approach, occasionally hampered by too much dialogue (see interior page below). "The Debt" and "Third Degree" are more visually arresting than the others, aided by their strong opening [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Jack Kirby, Ted Ignacio, Jack Kirby Police Trap


Rodent Girls Scurry Forth For the Year of the Rat

Artists have hastily wished their followers and people in general a happy new year in the best way they can – sketching exquisite illustrations, many of which focus on rodent girls and preexisting characters cosplaying as cute little rats. For those unfamiliar, 2020 has been labeled the year of the rat (according to the Chinese […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, New Year's, Kimono, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi


7 Shows On Netflix To Watch Instead Of ‘Friends’

Please, please branch out, I beg Netflix has teased the departure of the hit sitcom Friends from its streaming service for a few years now, and it seemed for a while like we were just stuck in one, big, never-ending cycle of “Friends is gone!” and “ Actually no Friends is still here!” Eventually it started to feel a little like the boy who cried wolf, which was only amplified by similar situation The Office has been in, where every six months or so we’re hit with talk that Netflix is goin...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Office, Netflix, Humor, Smaug, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Rose, Eugene, Frankie, Dan Levy, Jordan Peele, BoJack, Schitt, Catherine O'Hara


Taimanin Asagi RPGX Welcomes the New Year With Sex

Taimanin Asagi RPGX has now also capitalized on New Years to try and convince kunoichi-loving perverts into playing throughout the holiday, as a new event for the title involves the girls dressing up in formal wear and then performing lewd acts in them. Titled the “Hayaku Koi Koi Oshougatsu” event, stunning women Asagi, Laetitia Bellmer, […]
Tags: Games, Anime, RPG, Pc Gaming, New Year's, Kimono, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Gacha, Taimanin, Taimanin Asagi RPGX, Hayaku Koi Koi Oshougatsu, Asagi Laetitia Bellmer


Director Greta Gerwig Developing Tap-Dancing Musical

Greta Gerwig developing tap-dancing musical Writer/director Greta Gerwig has wowed critics and audiences alike thus far with her work in the coming-of-age dramas Lady Bird, which was nominated for five Oscars including Best Picture, and Little Women, which is nominated for two Golden Globes, and now she looks to bring her talents to the musical world, according to Variety. RELATED: 10 Best Greta Gerwig Movies While discussing her adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott novel, Gerwig revealed t...
Tags: Movies, Barbie, Greta Gerwig, Musical, Maggie, Louisa May Alcott, Lady Bird, Gerwig, Noah Baumbach, Movie News, Oscar Isaac Star Wars, Fred Astaire Holiday Inn Ginger Rogers Top, Gene Kelly Singin, Greta Gerwig Noah Baumbach, Barbie Movie for Warner Bros Gerwig


Best deals on video games, consoles, and gaming accessories for January 2020

Here are the best gaming deals for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch that are available for January 2020.
Tags: Deals, Gaming, Trends, Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo


Kevin Smith is Still Trying to Make ‘Mallrats 2’ Happen

Could Mallrats 2 actually happen? Kevin Smith sure hopes so. The filmmaker has been trying to continue the story of his 1995 film for some time now, first teasing a movie, then a potential TV show. Now it looks like Smith has gone back to the movie idea, announcing that he’s starting on a new script called Twilight of the Mallrats. View this post on Instagram 2019 was seriously one of the best years of...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Sequels, Oakland, Stan Lee, Smith, Jay, Kevin Smith, Brody, Mallrats 2, Brodie Bruce Co, Jedi Kev, Brody Bruce the Jason Lee, Jim Wish


TV Bits: Octavia Spencer’s ‘Self Made’, ‘Raising Dion’ Season 2, ‘Grace & Frankie’ Season 6 Trailer, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Michael B. Jordan‘s Raising Dion is returning for a second season Get a glimpse of Oscar winner Octavia Spencer in her new Netflix show The sixth season of Grace & Frankie has a trailer Watch the trailer for Green Eggs & Ham season 2 And more! Raising Dion, the superhero series produced by and occasionally starring Michael B. Jordan, is coming back for season 2 at Netflix. The first season was the streamer’s most popular kids and family show of 2019, and produc...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Cosmo, Fuller House, Octavia Spencer, Harriet, Dion, Michael B Jordan, Frankie, Queen Sugar, Fullers, Witcher, Kasi Lemmons, Grace Frankie, Green Eggs Ham


Absolute Legend Martin Scorsese Has No Interest in Watching ‘Joker’

Whatever you think of Joker (it’s fine!), you have to admit that Todd Phillips’ dark, violent take on Batman’s arch-nemesis owes a considerable debt to the work of director Martin Scorsese. Scorsese was even mentioned as a possible producer at one point. You would think that might inspire The Irishman filmmaker to watch the movie, but you’d be wrong. According to Scorsese himself, he has yet to watch Joker, and probably never will. Before we get into this, let me just say that I mostly enjoy...
Tags: Movies, New York Times, Scorsese, Batman, Joaquin Phoenix, Martin-Scorsese, Joker, Phillips, Todd Phillips, Comic Book/Superhero, Killers of the Flower Moon, Martin Scorsese Scorsese


Chrissy Teigen Calls Out Internet Troll Who Accused Her of Editing a Swimsuit Photo

Chrissy Teigen is not humoring the haters in the new year. The Internet’s clap back queen had some choice words for a troll that decided to comment with decidedly negative energy on one of Teigen’s recent Instagram posts. The photo, an image of Teigen playing in a pool with her daughter Luna, prompted someone on the Internet to comment: “that’s a horrible photo shop [sic] chrissy,” in seeming reference to the way that Teigen’s body looked under water. Teigen suffered no fools, however, respondi...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Instagram, Uncategorized, Chrissy Teigen, Donald Trump, Luna, Chrissy, Teigen, Onetime, Clickmonsters


FGO Arcade’s Katsushika Hokusai Showing Off the Most Cleavage Ever

Seductive Servant Katsushika Hokusai has at long last been inserted into Fate/Grand Order Arcade, the magnificently proper woman looking absolutely spectacular as one of her outfits exposes possibly the most cleavage yet in the game. Katsushika Hokusai’s cute introduction video: As always, players are able to interact with her, with the formally dressed maiden possessing […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Katsushika Hokusai, Kimono, Oppai, PV, Fate/Grand Order, Arcade Gaming, Video Gallery


Greta Gerwig is Currently Working on a Musical, Wants to Bring Back Tap Dancing

Greta Gerwig wants to bring tap dancing back. The Little Women director brought a fresh, modern edge to the beloved American classic by Louisa May Alcott, and now she’s determined to make tap dancing cool again. Gerwig revealed that she is currently working on a musical, and that it may or may not involve the footwork-heavy dancing style. Gerwig has won acclaim for her take on the coming-of-age movie and the historical drama, and now she could may work her magic on the musical. In an intervi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, America, Chicago, Barbie, Greta Gerwig, Musical, Tom Hooper, Oscar Isaac, Chekhov, Louisa May Alcott, Gene Kelly, Billy Elliot, Ginger Rogers, New York Theatre Workshop, Gerwig


‘Uncut Gems’ Has the Seventh Most F-Bombs in Cinema History

Uncut Gems, the movie that opens by zooming out of Adam Sandler’s butthole, is a big hit. Not only is it a critical darling, but it’s also one of the biggest successes in the history of A24 films. And here’s another achievement to boast about: it ranks in seventh place on a list of films with the most F-words. It joins the company of not one but two Martin Scorsese movies, Spike Lee’s Summer of Sam, two different documentaries about cursing, and more. Screen It!, a site parents use to find o...
Tags: Movies, Spike Lee, Sam, A24, Adam-sandler, Martin Scorsese, Zombie, Eric Bogosian, Safdie Brothers, Uncut Gems


Reading Isaac Asimov at 100

In his recently published book “Astounding,” the author Alec Nevala-Lee brings American science fiction’s Golden Age back into focus by following four key figures: John W. Campbell, Robert A. Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard — and Isaac Asimov, who officially turned 100 today (his exact birth date was unknown). Nevala-Lee’s warts-and-all portrait paints Asimov — known to his fans as the Good Doctor — far more sympathetically than the genre’s other founding fathers. He’s charming and self-deprecating, ge...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Entertainment, Clarke, Arthur C Clarke, Ursula K Le Guin, Philip K Dick, Ellison, Frederik Pohl, Foundation, Harlan Ellison, Heinlein, Earthsea, Isaac, Isaac Asimov, Asimov


Kevin Feige Misses Marvel’s Underdog Days, Says a Transgender Character is Heading to the MCU, Updates on ‘Shang-Chi’ & More

It’s not controversial to suggest that Kevin Feige‘s run at Marvel Studios is the most impressive aspect of mainstream pop culture storytelling of the past ten years. But Feige doesn’t want fans to look at Marvel’s successful track record and just blindly accept everything that the studio releases. In a new Q&A, the acclaimed producer talks about continuing to work hard to make the best movies possible, and offers updates on Eternals, Shang-Chi, future Disney+ shows, and more. Feige recently...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Sony, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Q&a, Falcon, Joe, Robert, Spider Man, Don, Downey, Skywalker, Cap, Challa


Women film directors are calling the shots more than ever, but ‘more progress needed,’ 2 new reports say  

More women directed big movies in 2019 than ever, according to two different academic studies released Thursday. The figures are still well below representative equity compared to U.S. population demographics, but they do seem to signal an improvement in the historically male-dominated field. USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative’s report “Inclusion in the Director’s Chair” found 12 women helmed films on last year’s top 100 grossing chart, while San Diego State University’s Center for the Study o...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Image: Wonder Woman Shakes Down a Criminal

Behold Diana, Princess of Themyscira and manhandler of criminals. A new Wonder Woman 1984 image released by Warner Bros. shows Gal Gadot‘s titular superhero shaking down a supposed criminal at an ’80s mall, giving a whole new meaning to the Upside Down. See the new Wonder Woman 1984 image below. Wonder Woman 1984 Image #WonderWoman1984 is here to shakedown the 2020 box office in this #WW84 exclusive image… June 5! pic.twitter.com/hnIfCnAzxP — Fandango (@Fandango) January 2, 2020 Malls ...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Kristen Wiig, Chris Pine, Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero, Wonder-Woman, Steve Trevor, Diana Princess of Themyscira, Wonder Woman 1984, Pedro Pascal Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig Pedro Pascal


The average American can’t afford a home in 7 out of every 10 counties

The average American still can't afford to buy a typical home in a large majority of U.S. counties, though the situation is improving.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Mortgage Rates, Brokerage, Home Affordability, ATTOM Data Solutions, Todd Teta


Theme Park Bits: Rise of the Resistance Queue at Disneyland, A Celebrity Drink at Epcot, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: There’s a special margarita at Epcot from a famous source. Disneyland’s planning its queue strategy for Rise of the Resistance. And more! Disneyland’s version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened a few months before the one in Disney’s Hollywood Studios did, but the E-Ticket marquee attraction Rise of the Resistance arrived in Orlando first. With the January 17 opening date of Rise of the Resistance bearing down at Disneyland, they’re planning their strate...
Tags: Movies, Mexico, Disney, World, Theme Parks, Resistance, Disneyland, Neil Patrick Harris, Epcot, Orlando, Disney World, Walt Disney World Resort, Hollywood Studios, Kylo Ren Audio Animatronic, Frozen Black Magic Margarita


Special event operating tip: ID once an hour when using a 1×1 call

On the CWops mailing list, we’ve been talking about the use of special event callsigns. One fellow noted: Operators using US 1×1 calls are required to identify with their own call periodically … every hour I think. I honestly didn’t know this, so just to be sure, I looked it up. Here’s the rule: Section 97.119 (d). When transmitting in conjunction with an event of special significance, a station may substitute for its assigned call sign a special event call sign as shown for that station for th...
Tags: US, Regulations, Radio, Rules, Special Events, Enforcement, W8L, Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse Anyone


The average worker can’t afford a home in 7 out of every 10 counties

The average American worker still can't afford to buy a typical home in a large majority of U.S. counties, though the situation is improving.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Mortgage Rates, Brokerage, Home Affordability, ATTOM Data Solutions, Todd Teta


Start the new year right with some inspiring young love in ‘The One You Never Forget’

Anyone feeling a bit hungover from the holidays–possibly due to spending said holidays single for yet another year–we have your cure. Look no further than the heartwarming short film The One You Never Forget. The eight-minute mini-movie follows 14-year-old Carrie as he prepares for the big high school dance. His parents want to meet his date, but Carrie dodges their interest; he doesn’t want them to know he’s going with another boy. Related: New Series “Feral” Looks At Gay Love In The Bible Bel...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Fox, Tennessee, Memphis, Ad Friendly, Carrie, Tasha Smith, Morgan Jon Fox, The One You Never Forget, Blue Citrus Hearts, Malike Whitfield, London Curtis, Owen D Stone Cobra Kai


David Ayer Wants His ‘The Dirty Dozen’ Remake to Kickstart a Franchise

A couple of weeks ago, word came out that Suicide Squad director David Ayer was in negotiations to write and direct a remake of The Dirty Dozen, the 1967 classic about an Army major who must lead twelve dangerous convicts behind enemy lines for an assassination mission during World War II. Now Ayer has offered a bit more insight into his approach for the new version, including confirming that his movie will be set during modern day and revealing that he sees it as the possible start of an ongoi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Army, Suicide Squad, Warner Brothers, Remakes, David Ayer, Ayer, Collider, Dirty Dozen, Action/Adventure, Ralph Meeker, Simon Kinberg Dark Phoenix, The Dirty Dozen


Todd Philips Thinks It’s Joker’s Themes, Not the Character, That Made It a Hit

One of the most mindbogglingly strange things about Todd Phillips’ Joker is how unfunny the movie’s titular clown criminal is, something that’s in rather stark contrast with the character’s depiction in other media. The Joker’s a deranged mass murderer, yes, but he’s always been able to crack a legitimate joke here…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Dc Comics, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, The Joker, DC Entertainment, Joker, Todd Phillips, Todd Philips


‘The Grudge’ Clip: Lin Shaye Plays Peekaboo With an Imaginary Friend

When you’ve got Lin Shaye in a horror movie, you know you’re in for some thrills. The horror stalwart has become an unusual new scream queen in recent years, with roles in the Insidious movies and Oujia. Now she’s lending her genre star power to The Grudge, a remake directed by The Eyes of My Mother filmmaker Nicolas Pesce. As the film hits theaters this weekend, Sony Pictures has released a new The Grudge clip showing Shaye playing a rather creepy game of peekaboo. Watch The Grudge clip below....
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sony, Sony Pictures, Remakes, Video Clips, Lorna, Rob Tapert, Pesce, Andrea Riseborough, Shaye, Frankie Faison, Nicolas Pesce, Lin Shaye, The Grudge, Muldoon Andrea Riseborough


9 weird, wild and controversial Golden Globe Awards moments

The Golden Globes are like the drunk uncle of the Hollywood awards show crowd: Everybody likes them, sorta, but no one ever knows what to expect, and sometimes things can get a little bit out of control. The 77th Golden Globe Awards take place on Sunday, Jan. 5, and as always there will be star power galore with actors from Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio to Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron with Moët & Chandon at their tables inside the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Movies including “The Iri...
Tags: TV, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Fcc, Nbc, Jack Nicholson, Wales, Bono, Sport, Tom Hanks, Fox, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Nicole Kidman



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