Dmitry Pakhomov's short story about dementia

Semi-off-topic, here's Russian cartoonist Dmitry Pakhomov, creating "Out of the Fog," a dementia short story for a European contest. I'm posting a link here because Dmitry was part of a State Dept-sponsored Russian cartoonist tour group that came over to meet American cartoonists last yeat.  I was lucky enough to be invited to talk to them about graphic medicine, along with the real cartoonists.It was a great pleasure meeting a bunch of talented artists whose work was completely new t...
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Rafer Roberts' Grumble on Diamond's comics of the decade list

Memorable Comics of the Decade Jan 05, 2020https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/238729 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Captain Sternn, Running Out of Time #5 - Bernie Wrightson art & cover

Bernie Wrightson Captain Sternn, Running Out of Time v1 #5, 1993 - As this issue marks the end of the limited series, the artwork seems to run out of steam at the same time. Bernie Wrightson's layouts are paced more erratically and even his four two-page spreads lack the excitement of previous issues. Pages 29-30 are especially disappointing in their lack of effort. This is number 5 of 5 [Author: Unknown]
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News: This is 2020

Scott R. Kurtz: Just want to wish everyone a prosperous 2020. We spent 2019 dealing with a lot of family stuff. Becoming dad's primary care-giver and eventually having to hand that duty over to an amazing group home was an immense challenge that affected every corner of my life last year. My grandmother also took her final bow at the age of 96 at the end of the year which left quite an impact on everyone. But we've come through it and I see a lot of great stuff on the horizon ahead...
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Youma Shoukan e Youkoso Satisfies Even the Wildest of Desires

An erotic anime that gets straight to the sex without any bothersome plot has emerged in the form of Youma Shoukan e Youkoso, as the male protagonist ventures to a brothel to breed with all the lusty maidens there, which include elves and demon girls. The PV indicates that the protagonist will encounter two twin […]
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Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle Episode 13 Impression

On this episode, negative rumors for Ash spreads within the the fleet. Later, Luther commences a brain wash order for Arks to eliminate Ash. Jeez, Luther's tactics to counter Ash is getting much more ruthless. Also, I wasn't expecting the Arks to be easily brain washed to target our male lead. Other than that, I hope Ash and Matoi can save Xion from Luther in time. Now what's going to happen next? I definitely can't wait to find out. Overall, interesting ruthless tactics from Luther and some coo...
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Someone Put Toxic By Britney Spears Over A Scene From ‘The Witcher’

WHY IS IT SO PERFECT Game of Thrones ran our lives from 2011 to 2019, and since it finished up last spring we’ve been left with a pretty large void when it comes to fantasy intense gore and equally intense nudity. But, as I’m sure we’re all well aware by now, that void has been filled by Netflix’s latest series, The Witcher. The show is an adaptation of the video game and book series of the same name, and whether you’re a fan of it or you can’t watch more than 20 minutes at a time becaus...
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Five Of The Best Moments From The Golden Globes

WHEW, what a NIGHT This past Sunday marked the 77th Golden Globe Awards ceremony to honor the very best of film and television in 2019, and oh man it was an eventful one. Here are five moments from the night that made us cheer especially loud, or get a little more choked up than we’d like to admit. The full list of nominees and winners can be found here. Brad Pitt addressing that moment in Titanic Last night Brad walked away with the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor f...
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Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Episode 12 Impression

On this episode, Ritsuka's group travels in the Underworld to rescue Gilgamesh. Meanwhile, they learn some details about Ishtar's connection with Ereshkigal.So it's nice to see some backstory explanations for Ereshkigal and her connection with Ishtar. Also, seeing Gilgamesh still casually does anything is quite hilarious. Other than that, I hope Ritsuka can somehow beat Ereshkigal with her home court advantage. Now what's going to happen next? I'll be looking forward to it. Overall, nice backsto...
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Matt Reeves Confirms Colin Farrell as The Penguin in The Batman

Matt Reeves confirms Colin Farrell as The Penguin in The Batman While fans still await official casting news for a handful of its A-list stars, Matt Reeves has taken to Twitter to confirm that Colin Farrell (Seven Psychopaths) will indeed be playing Oswald Cobblepot, aka The Penguin, in the upcoming Robert Pattinson (The Lighthouse)-led The Batman. Negotiations for the role apparently took months, but were ultimately successful. Filming is currently underway in London. RELATED: Robert Patti...
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Netflix and Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop Lab’ will launch on January 24

“The Goop Show,” an upcoming reality series co-hosted by Gwyneth Paltrow and tied to her lifestyle company Goop, now has a launch date and a trailer. Goop has faced many accusations of promoting and selling pseudoscience — most notoriously, perhaps, in selling jade eggs for vaginas — and it seems like the series is embracing the site’s reputation, as it will feature what Netflix calls “boundary-pushing wellness topics.” In fact, the company also released an eyebrow-raising poster today, with ...
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‘Star Trek: Picard’ TV Spot: The Legend Returns

A new, very quick Picard TV spot has just beamed down for your viewing pleasure. The Star Trek series sees the return of Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard. As Picard says here, he wants to be reinstated for one mission. The ten-episode first season is arriving very, very soon. We’re talking in a few weeks, people. Watch the Picard TV spot below. Picard TV Spot I didn’t realize the premiere of Star Trek: Picard was almost upon us. The CBS All Access series arrives near the end of the mo...
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Iranian Game Dev Allegedly Summoned to Court for Breaking Islamic Law

Amir Fassihi, the lead developer for Iran-based game studio Dead Mage Studios, has announced on Twitter that he’s been summoned in front of the Iranian court for breaking Islamic laws with their game Children of Morta. The now-deleted tweet was translated by a ResetEra forum user named Amir and alleged the developer got into trouble […]
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Superhero Bits: ‘WandaVision’ Rumors, Read the ‘Joker’ Screenplay, Morgan Stark Goes Sledding & More

Could we see Quicksilver pop up in WandaVision? When will the Green Arrow and the Canaries backdoor pilot air and what will it entail? Want to read the entire Joker screenplay? Does Marvel have full control of Hulk and Namor again? Want to see Morgan Stark take Captain America‘s shield sledding? Are you ready for what Marvel has coming to theme parks, movie theaters and shelves this year? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Earth’s Mightiest Show takes a look behind the sc...
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Writers Room Discussion: The Top 50 Movie Moments of 2019

On the January 6, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to narrow down the top movie moments of 2019. Opening Banter :    Our Feature Presentation: Our Favorite Movie Moments of 2019   Other Articles Mentioned:   All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today’s show at...
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‘Narcos: Mexico’ Season 2 Trailer: No One is Untouchable

“Backstabbing’s hard work.” The trailer for Narcos: Mexico season 2 is here, and it teases the return of Diego Luna (Rogue One) as Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, the leader of Mexico’s Guadalajara cartel and a man whose unification of conflicting drug traffickers in the ’80s helped jump-start the country’s drug trade as we know it today. But Félix’s newfound infamy has its drawbacks, as we see in the Narcos Mexico season 2 trailer, which teases the show’s return next month. Narcos Mexico Seas...
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Timothée Chalamet to Play Bob Dylan in James Mangold’s ‘Going Electric’

Who will be the next person to play iconic musician Bob Dylan on the big screen? The answer, my friends, is blowin’ in the wind…it’s Timothée Chalamet. The young performer is in negotiations to play Dylan in Going Electric, a new film by Logan and Ford v Ferrari director James Mangold which is set during the mid 1960s, when Dylan transitioned from playing acoustic folk music to plugging in and jamming to some rock ‘n roll songs – much to the chagrin of the folk purist fan community. Deadline ...
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Xbox Series X: Everything we know about the next-gen game console

Microsoft is designing the successor to the Xbox One: Xbox Series X. Here is everything we know about the next-gen console, including its release window and support for older Xbox consoles' games.
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Texas man arrested after cyber stalking agents across 22 states

A 56-year-old Lubbock, Texas, man is accused of sending female agents explicit photos and threatening their children with sexual violence.
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Silent Hill Art Director Masahiro Ito Working on New Title

Famed creature designer and art director for the original three Silent Hill horror games, Masahiro Ito, has announced on Twitter he’s working on a new title as a core member. Ito has stated that he is working on a new game, about which he can’t reveal any details yet, and he hopes it won’t get […]
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Matt Reeves Confirms Colin Farrell as The Penguin in ‘The Batman’ [Updated]

Update 1/6/2020: Thus far, Farrell was one of the only major actors who had not been officially confirmed by Matt Reeves to be a part of The Batman‘s cast. But that finally changed late this afternoon with the following tweet: Wait — is that you, #Oz ? ? pic.twitter.com/xHj9m6OXhf — Matt Reeves (@mattreevesLA) January 6, 2020 Our initial article from November 5, 2019 continues below. Thought we were done with The Batman casting news? Think again! On the heels of a report that Andy Serkis is...
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Meet the Alienware Concept UFO, a handheld Windows 10 gaming device modeled on the Switch

Designed literally to be the Switch of PC Gaming, Alienware debuted their Concept UFO at CES this year. They’ve, however, been very quick to point out that this is still a very nascent concept and may look nothing like the prototype they’re showing… but they’re serious about developing a handheld PC that’s dedicated towards Windows-based gaming.For long, Alienware has been considered one of the oldest and most renowned gaming brands, with laptops and CPUs that cater specifically to the PC Gamer....
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Taika Waititi Knows Baby Yoda’s Real Name But He Won’t Tell

Baby Yoda is the pop culture figure of the moment, dominating any and all conversations about The Mandalorian, the Disney+ Star Wars series in which it debuted, and conquering everything from Time Magazine to Best Movies of 2019 lists to Werner Herzog’s heart. Which is why it’s always surprising to remember that Baby Yoda isn’t really Baby Yoda. We don’t yet know the real name of Baby Yoda, but Jon Favreau and the directors behind The Mandalorian aren’t keen to reveal that name anytime soon. ...
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Amanda Seales Joins “The Real” As Permanent Co-Host, Show’s First New Host Since Tamar Braxton Was Fired

Daytime’s worst kept secret was finally shared with the world today (Jan. 6): Amanda Seales is the new co-host of The Real. Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry kicked off 2020 by welcoming Seales to the table as a permanent co-host. “Please welcome the newest member of our family,” Love announced after noting the new seating arrangement and listing Seales’ accomplishments and credits. The comedian and actress walked out to confetti and cheers from the audience and her new c...
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Mandatory Streamers: Fear Has Many Faces in King’s The Outsider

Mandatory Streamers: Fear has many faces in King’s The Outsider Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of January 6, HBO’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Outsider is here in a new limited series that King himself has called “one of the best adaptations of [his] work.” Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below and be sure to visit our m...
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Weekend Box Office: ‘The Grudge’ Fails to Scare Up Much of an Audience

Here we are, in the dead days of January. It’s the time of year where studios dump movies they’re not entirely confident about. That doesn’t mean the movies are bad, per se. But it doesn’t they’re good, either. The biggest new release last weekend was the horror reboot The Grudge, which didn’t draw much of a crowd. The low-budget of the film – reportedly around $10 million – ensures that the fright flick will break even, but it still had the lowest opening weekend of any film in the franchise t...
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These Composers Are Maestros of Menace

They call themselves the Newton Brothers, and they create deeply creepy scores for horror flicks like “The Grudge” and “Doctor Sleep.”
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Panasonic’s Slimmer, Ultra-High Resolution Virtual Reality Glasses

Slimmer frames that provide a rich visual experience without discomfort Dissimilar to most VR glasses available now (which are oftentimes bulky, cumbersome and not very stylish), the contemporary design of Panasonic’s new HDR(1)-capable eyeglasses helps position the company as a new industry leader. With potential use cases in entertainment and sports, work, healthcare, advertising and even architecture, the innovation of new VR accessories is inevitable …
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Lulu Wang’s Grandmother Has Just Learned That ‘The Farewell’ is About Her

Lulu Wang‘s deeply personal, disarmingly universal story of culture clash and family grief became an indie phenomenon when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year. Based on Wang’s own experiences, The Farewell tells the story of a Chinese family who decides not to tell their grandmother that she has Stage 4 lung cancer, and the Chinese-American granddaughter (Golden Globe winner Awkwafina) who struggles with this decision. But what about the real grandmother that the story is based...
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