Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Media, Bloody Media"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock "Media, Bloody Media" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=2908 Not even in the sickest depths of Iraq War v2.0 did I hear anyone in the media quite this wide-open raving, drooling and horny for war as ex-White House henchman and current right-wing radio howler Sebastian Gorka. Dude totally sails over the edge of the Earth, comes around the other side, proclaims the US to be a "hyperpower", then sails over the edge again on — who else but — Lou Do...
Tags: Comics, White House, Iraq, US, Earth, LOU DOBBS, Mike Rhode, Mike Flugennock, Seb Gorka, Sebastian Gorka Dude

Ishuzoku Reviewers AT-X Broadcast Unbelievably Erotic

The completely uncensored AT-X broadcast for prostitute review anime Ishuzoku Reviewers has at last graced airwaves, exposing the nipples of all the shameless fantasy world maidens as they are thoroughly “reviewed” by the main characters and likely achieving the series the title of “best of season”. On top of the stellar nudity and content, the […]
Tags: Comedy, Prostitution, Fantasy, Anime, Elf, H, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Ero-anime, Kemonomimi, Passione, AT-X, Ishuzoku Reviewers

ImageText's review of E.X.O.: The Legend of Wale Williams Part Two.

"Review of E.X.O.: The Legend of Wale Williams Part Two ." By Fiona Farnsworth ImageTexT , vol 10, no. 1, 2018, n. pag. Dept of English, University of Florida. http://imagetext.english.ufl.edu/archives/v10_1/farnsworth/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Wale Williams Part Two, Fiona Farnsworth, pag Dept of English University of Florida

The Post on videogame animation acting, 2020 graphic novels and superhero movie dancers

The hidden world and overlooked problems of acting in video games [in print as 'Wild West' of video game acting]. By Anya van Wagtendonk   Washington Post Jan. 12, 2020 p. E2 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2020/01/08/hidden-world-overlooked-problems-acting-video-games/ Some graphic novels to read in 2020 [in print as 2020 begins with a rich blend of graphic storytelling]. By Michael Cavna   Writer/critic Washington P...
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Anya, Sarah L Kaufman, Mike Rhode, Wagtendonk Washington Post, Michael Cavna Writer

That darn Non Sequitur

A graceless moment Bruce Grant, Charlottesville Washington Post Jan. 11, 2020 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/readers-critique-the-post-what-was-omitted-in-don-imuss-obituary/2020/01/10/a6791940-33d5-11ea-a053-dc6d944ba776_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Bruce Grant, Mike Rhode, Charlottesville Washington Post

Savage Sword of Conan #6 - Alex Nino art & cover, Don Newton art

Savage Sword of Conan v1 #6, 1975 - Don Newton's rendition of Conan on the inside front cover is poorly done, especially compared to Alex Nino's contributions in the same issue. Although his cover painting collaboration falters, the Filipino artist's text illustrations and feature story are outstanding. In his thirty page Conan saga, a murderous plot leads to a time traveling incident that [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Conan, Ted Ignacio, Don Newton, Savage Sword of Conan, Alex Nino

Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Episode 15 Impression

On this episode, Iruma and his friends continue making preparations for their Battler. Meanwhile, Ami secretly makes preparations to destroy the school and kill students. I can't believe nobody isn't noticing Ami's schemes to destroy the school and Iruma is still oblivious about it. Also, it was funny to see Clara attempt to do some usual mayhem during the preparations. Other than that, I hope our male lead can discover Ami's plans and stop him in time. Now what's going to happen next? I can't w...
Tags: Anime, Clara, AMI, Iruma

Crunchyroll’s New Lavish Offices Met With Harsh Criticism

A video tweet by Crunchyroll’s Director of Events presenting the anime streaming service’s new lavishly decorated office garnered a fair bit of ire from the wider anime-watching crowd. The video showcased that the office contained a bit of an oriental theme, with there oddly being no claims of cultural appropriation: Many commenters weren’t particularly happy […]
Tags: Internet, International, Anime, Crunchyroll, Production Controversy

The ‘Chucky’ TV Series Gets a Straight-to-Series Order at SyFy [TCA 2020]

Ahead of SyFy’s panels for the Television Critics Association, the cable channel announced the Chucky television series, based on the Child’s Play horror franchise, had been given a straight-to-series order. /Film has been following the Chucky TV series for a couple years, from creator Don Mancini’s comments after the last film Cult of Chucky, to executive producer Nick Antosca talking about the show last year at the TCAs. So it’s nice to see the series get a home. Cult of Chucky, the seventh...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Syfy, David, Sequels, Chucky, NICK, Television Critics Association, Don, Mancini, Tiffany, Nica, Nick Antosca, Brad Dourif, Chris McCumber

‘Fleabag’ and ‘Killing Eve’ Director to Helm ‘Seance on a Wet Afternoon’

Harry Bradbeer, the Emmy-winning director of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag, has lined up his next film project. He’s reuniting with Legendary and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child writer Jack Thorne for Seance on a Wet Afternoon, a movie adaptation of author Mark McShane’s 1961 suspense novel. The Hollywood Reporter initially broke the news, revealing that Bradbeer will direct the story of “a medium who convinces her husband to kidnap a child so she can help the police solve the crime and a...
Tags: Movies, Adaptation, Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes, Legendary Pictures, Richard Attenborough, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Jack Thorne, Thorne, Ramy, Mystery/Suspense, Millie Bobby Brown, Harry Bradbeer, Bradbeer, Seance on a Wet Afternoon, Mark McShane

‘Bad Boys for Life’ Clip: Will Smith and Martin Lawrence Buckle Up

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back for one last ride in Bad Boys for Life. The third and final entry in this franchise has Smith and Lawrence returning as cops Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett, who once again find themselves drawn into ridiculous, highly improbable action sequences. The first Bad Boys for Life clip has found its way online, and it has Smith and Lawrence bickering in the midst of a high-speed chase. Bad Boys for Life Clip Here we go again! This clip has Will Smith and...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Sequels, Will-Smith, Smith, Bay, Marcus, Video Clips, Mike, Lawrence, BURNETT, Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah, Lowrey, Action/Adventure, Joe Pantoliano

'Jeopardy: Greatest of All Time' is getting higher ratings than 2019 NBA Finals and World Series

From The Hollywood Reporter” Each episode of The Greatest of All Time has also outdrawn the first four games of the 2019 NBA Finals, the first five games of the 2019 World Series, all but one of ESPN's 17 Monday Night Football telecasts and seven of Fox's 11 Thursday Night Football showcases. Jeopardy” has surpassed football, basketball and baseball. Sports had a good run, but with the dominance of “Jeopardy” it's time to dismantle the entire system and devote all our sports resou...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Time, Fox, Nba, Espn

Miyama City Elementary Schools Allowing LGBTXYZ to Wear Either Seifuku

Even Japanese cities are apparently trying to virtue signal as it has been announced that elementary schools in Miyama City (Fukuoka prefecture) are allowing LGBTXYZ students (children who likely had their sexual identity pushed upon them by parents, as it is unlikely that young children are completely aware of their sexuality at such a young […]
Tags: School, Japan, Politics, Children, Lgbt, Anime, Seifuku, Miyama City, Miyama City Fukuoka

TV Bits: ‘Saved by the Bell’, ‘The Witcher’, ‘Severance’, ‘Gloop World’, ‘Diary of a Future President’

In this edition of TV Bits: The Saved by the Bell revival has found its star. Netflix has revealed The Witcher timeline, in case you’re confused. Patricia Arquette has joined the Apple TV+ series Severance. Rick and Morty co-creator now has a claymation series at Quibi. Check out the trailer for Diary of a Future President. Did you know there’s going to be a Saved by the Bell revival? Well, you do now. The new take on the teen series is headed to Peacock, and it’s found its star. Variety ...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Disney, Netflix, United States, Ben Stiller, Henry Cavill, Patricia Arquette, Gina Rodriguez, Adam Scott, Bell, Zack Morris, Saved By The Bell, Mark, Variety

‘Gretel and Hansel’ Featurette Tells You a Scary Fairytale

Gretel and Hansel hopes to update the familiar fairytale into something new and spooky, and it just might pull it off. The new Oz Perkins movie looks fairly creepy, with a lot of style and plenty of scary imagery. A new Gretel and Hansel featurette takes us into the world of the film, with Perkins talking about what he’s trying to do with his horrific fairy tale. Gretel and Hansel Featurette Oz Perkins’ movies aren’t for everyone. Some may find The Blackcoat’s Daughter and I Am the Pret...
Tags: Movies, Horror, House, Video Clips, Gretel, Perkins, Hansel, Alice Krige, Behind the Scenes Footage, Oz Perkins, Sophia Lillis, Gretel and Hansel, Hansel Perkins, Sammy Leakey

Exclusive: Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Testaments’ Series Won’t Air Until ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Ends [TCA 2020]

The Handmaid’s Tale producer Warren Littlefield was at the Television Critics Association winter press tour for a Fargo season four panel. As Hulu and MGM recently acquired the rights to adapt author Margaret Atwood’s recently published sequel The Testaments, we asked Littlefield if the two shows could run concurrently on Hulu, but it sounds like the sequel will actually follow the end of the other. The Handmaid’s Tale was published in 1985, and The Testaments was just published last year. Th...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Sci-fi, Alabama, Margaret Atwood, Hulu, MGM, Elisabeth Moss, Television Critics Association, United States of America, Littlefield, Gilead, Warren Littlefield, Brett Kavanaugh, The Handmaid's Tale

Exclusive: ‘The Goldbergs’ Star Sean Giambrone Says Creator Adam F. Goldberg’s Departure Hasn’t Hurt the Show [TCA 2020]

The Goldbergs creator Adam F. Goldberg stepped back from the series based on his own family in season seven. But Alex Barnow and Chris Bishop have continued telling the stories about Adam Goldberg (Sean Giambrone) and his family in the 1980s. Sean Giambrone was at ABC’s reception for the Television Critics Association and spoke with /Film about the current season. The good news is that he says things haven’t changed on the show since Goldberg’s departure, and he still contributes to the show.  ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Abc, Television Critics Association, Dana, Adam, Goldberg, National Lampoon, Chris Bishop, Adam-F.-Goldberg, The Goldbergs, Featured Stories Sidebar, Giambrone, Sean Giambrone, Adam Goldberg Sean Giambrone

Review: Midnight Family

— by RON WILKINSON — Never have so few done so much for so little. In Mexico City, the Ochoa family operates a private ambulance service that survives, barely, by virtually begging critically injured patients to pay. Sometimes they do pay, and then local police bust the family for operating an unlicensed ambulance and take […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Mexico City, Ochoa, Ron Wilkinson, Luke Lorentzen

Oprah Winfrey Pulls Out of Documentary on the Music Mogul Russell Simmons

She attributed her move to creative differences. ‘In my opinion,’ she said, ‘there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope’ of the women’s allegations of sexual abuse.
Tags: Utah, Movies, News, Oprah Winfrey, Sexual Harassment, Oprah, 50 Cent, Dick, Amy, Simmons, Russell, Russell Simmons, Kirby, Winfrey, Oprah Winfrey Network, Rap and Hip-Hop

Kagawa Cracking Down on Internet & Game Addiction

Kagawa prefecture has proposed a draft ordinance in an attempt to combat game and Internet addiction among youths; should the ordinance be established, it will be the first of its kind in Japan. Instead of merely letting parents deal with the responsibility of raising their children, Kagawa prefecture has suggested a draft ordinance that would […]
Tags: Japan, Children, Medical, Smartphones, Anime, Kagawa, Casuals

Jemaine Clement Discusses Being in At Least Two of the ‘Avatar’ Sequels, Future Flight of the Conchords Music [TCA 2020]

The list of James Cameron’s Avatar sequels kept growing from two sequels to form a trilogy, and now we’re dealing with a total of five films in the franchise when all is said and done. Flight of the Conchords star Jemaine Clement was announced to be in an unknown number of the Avatar sequels as a marine biologist named Dr. Ian Garvin. So while the actor appeared at the Television Critics Association panel for the FX series What We Do In the Shadows, we had to ask him about working on the Avatar...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sci-fi, Pandora, Avatar, Sequels, Cameron, New Zealand, Sigourney Weaver, Flight of the Conchords, James-Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Sam Worthington, Avatar 2, Television Critics Association, Zoe Saldana

‘Weathering With You’ Clip Gives Sneak Peek at the English Dub

Weathering With You is finally making its long-awaited debut in the U.S., which means it’s getting an official English dub for those who struggle with (in the words of Bong Joon-ho) the one-inch barrier of subtitles. GKIDs has released a new Weathering With You clip that gives a preview of the English-language voice cast, which includes Lee Pace, Alison Brie, and Riz Ahmed, in action. But don’t worry, subtitle lovers: When Makoto Shinkai’s highly anticipated follow-up to his worldwide hit Your ...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Fantasy, Tokyo, Anime, Video Clips, Hina, Bong Joon, Alison Brie, Riz Ahmed, Makoto Shinkai, Genki Kawamura, GKids, Yasui, Shinkai, Barbara Goodson

May the Morse be with you

The 2020 General Class started this morning, and I was surprised by this gift from Greg, KE8HXR. TNX, GREG! The post May the Morse be with you appeared first on KB6NU's Ham Radio Blog.
Tags: Radio, Cw, Morse, Classes/Testing/Licensing, Greg KE8HXR

Mugshot Madness: Trick Daddy Arrested for DUI & Cocaine Possession

Trick Daddy just put the “madness” in “mugshot madness” with his latest arrest and mugshot. The Miami rapper, whose real name is Maurice Samuel Young, was busted early this morning for possession of cocaine and driving under the influence. Per the arrest report (via the Miami Herald), a Miami-Dade officer responded to a report of a driver in a dark-colored Range Rover hitting signs and running red lights on the area of Southwest 128th Avenue and 42nd Street around 3:20 a.m. When the officer appr...
Tags: Wtf, Celebs, Crime, Mugshots, Cocaine, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Miami, Dui, Miami Herald, Miami Dade, Mugshot Madness, Trick Daddy, Drug Possession, Maurice Samuel Young

‘Venom’ Director Ruben Fleischer Reeled in to Keep ‘Uncharted’ Movie on Track

Just before New Year’s Eve, Sony Pictures lost yet another director who was attached to helm the video game adaptation Uncharted. The project felt like it was finally becoming a reality, but then Dan Trachtenberg left. He was replaced a month later by Travis Knight, but the fast-track that Sony had the movie on resulted in him leaving too. Now we’re dealing with the eighth director who will attempt to make the project happen: Venom and Zombieland franchise director Ruben Fleischer. Deadline h...
Tags: Movies, Mark-Wahlberg, Sony, Sony Pictures, Video Game, Victor, Dan Trachtenberg, Sullivan, Tom Holland, Nathan Drake, Wahlberg, Action/Adventure, Travis Knight, Ruben Fleischer, Avi Arad, Uncharted

‘Space Camp’ Remake in the Works for Disney+ from ‘Saturday Night Live’ Writing Pair

Many children of the 1980s grew up wishing they could be astronauts thanks to the teen space adventure Space Camp. Now the movie could inspire a whole new generation of space travelers as Disney+ is currently developing a Space Camp remake, and they’re surprisingly tapping Saturday Night Live for a pair of writers to tackle it. The Hollywood Reporter has word on the Space Camp remake being in the works at Disney+. If you didn’t grow up watching Space Camp, the movie follows a group of teens a...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Earth, Joaquin Phoenix, Cape Canaveral, Hollywood Reporter, Tate Donovan, Space Camp, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Mikey Day, Streeter Seidell, John Rickard

Mike's Strange Cinema Cavalcade - HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY

Blue Underground polish the gates of Hell. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler

Theme Park Bits: A runDisney Club, Disney Villains After Hours Foodie Guide, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: runDisney has unveiled an exclusive new club. Prepare for Disney Villains After Hours with some special cuisine. And more! It’s rare that Theme Park Bits ever highlights one of arguably the most popular traditions at the Disney theme parks: running events. (That may be due to the fact that this writer is not himself a runner / a person who is in shape.) But you may be the kind of person who enjoys running and takes part in runDisney-sanctioned events in...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Broadway, Walt Disney Company, Theme Parks, Universal Studios, Disney World, Disney Parks Blog, Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando Resort, Mathieson, Magic Kingdom Park, Canada France, Portofino Bay, Disney Villains After Hours, Loews Portofino Bay

Weekend Post: Buck Henry

Buck Henry died on Wednesday. He was 89. When I pay tribute to people I admire I try to include personal stories and share things you won’t get in any obit. But unfortunately I never met Buck... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: By Ken Levine

Secret Origins v3 #6 - Marshall Rogers art

Secret Origins v3 #6 featuring the Golden Age Batman and Halo, 1986 - Batman's origin has been retold numerous times during the years, although this is the first by Marshall Rogers. Nearly a decade has passed since the artist's seminal run on Detective Comics. Here he tries to repeat the verve and excitement of those issues, evidenced by the inventive layouts on pages 10 and 17 (see interior [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Batman, Ted Ignacio, Marshall Rogers, Detective Comics Here

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