Kyokou Suiri Episode 4 Impression

On this episode, Kotoko visits Saki's apartment to chat about the situation. Later, they separately investigate Karin's backstory before she died. So this anime was under my radar in the beginning. But then, I started watching it because it has a similar vibe like the Noragami series. Anyway, it was hilarious to see Kotoko attempt to brag about her "boyfriend" to Saki. Also, it was interesting to see Karin's past being explained and how it could potentially turn her into a mysterious vengeance s...
Tags: Anime, Kotoko, Saki, Karin

March 14: GT Labs' Jim Ottaviani and Maris Wicks at Air and Space Museum at Dulles

https://gt-labs.com/book/astronauts-women-on-the-final-frontier/ Women in Aviation and Space Family Day March 14 @ 10:00 am https://gt-labs.com/event/women-in-aviation-and-space-family-day/ Presentation at 11:30, followed by a signing. We'll also do comics- and space-related activities with the attendees for part of the day. And…Mary Cleave will join us for this! It couldn't be more exciting to have the main char...
Tags: Comics, United States, Steven, Dulles, Space Museum, Jim Ottaviani, Mike Rhode, Maris Wicks, Mary Cleave, Space Museum Pkwy Chantilly Virginia

Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle Episode 17 Impression

On this episode, Xiao sends Ash back in time to investigate the erased past timeline. Later, Ash interacts with past Matoi.This time traveling plot is really interesting because it's basically revealing the forgotten memories of Matoi and the rest of Arks. Also, I'm a bit surprised that past Matoi still has a similar cute personality as her present version. But, it's unfortunate to see Luther again. Other than that, it's funny that Ash still somehow heavily interferes with the past, but fortunat...
Tags: Anime, Xiao, Matoi

Trump Congratulated Kansas On Winning The Super Bowl. The Chiefs Are From Missouri

Getty Images Someone please for the love of god make him look at a map like one time Just as a general rule, you should know the information about a job before you apply for it. That’s like, one of the first things that anyone learns going into the working world. If you didn’t know anything about animal medicine but you rolled up to a veterinary clinic and said, “You guys should let me run this place because I like dogs,” that would be insane. So you’d think that, oh, I dunno, the Presid...
Tags: Colorado, America, United States, Missouri, Humor, Kansas, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Trump, Don, Chiefs, Oval Office, Kansas City Missouri, Stephen Miller, Judd Legum, Greg Krieg

Check Out Brockmire’s Best Tweets From The Big Game

IFC/YouTube Who needs TV announcers when you’ve got Twitter? Jim Brockmire has given us a lot of laughs and a lot of, “oof, right in the feelings,” moments over the course of three seasons on IFC, and the fourth and final season premieres this spring. But how is Brockmire going to fill his time until then? Well, by making sure everyone at home has the best Super Bowl experience possible, of course! You didn’t think he was just gonna sit around twiddling his thumbs until March, did y...
Tags: Florida, America, San Francisco, Philippines, Ifc, Humor, Funny Or Die, Kansas City Chiefs, Greta Gerwig, Steve Mitchell, Jim, Dan Marino, Nicholas Cage, Brockmire, Jim Brockmire, Patrick Mahomes

New Release Review - PLUS ONE

A pair of friends team up to navigate a series of weddings. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Steins;Gate: My Darling’s Embrace Localization Team “Consulted Non-Binary Friends”

Western visual novel fans have been given an even greater incentive to learn Japanese and support visual novel developers directly as the localization team behind Steins;Gate: My Darling’s Embrace, Strangely Compelling Multimedia, have divulged that they take care not to offend Western audiences with any “mean-spirited/bigoted” text. Siliconera conducted an interview with Strangely Compelling Multimedia’s […]
Tags: Games, Censorship, Interviews, LGBT, Steins;Gate, Translation, USA, Visual Novels

Comics historian Rick Marschall visited the Newseum before it closed

A Crowded Life in Comics – Stop the Presses: The Newseum Is Now Old News. By Rick Marschall. Yesterday's Papers blog ( February 2, 2020): http://john-adcock.blogspot.com/2020/02/a-crowded-life-in-comics.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Weird War Tales #72 - non-attributed Walt Simonson art, Joe Kubert cover

Joe Kubert Weird War Tales v1 #72, 1979 - As America joins the Allies in World War I, a German merchant ship finds itself in the US occupied territory of Puerto Rico. Although a mere two pages, Walt Simonson does an admirable job with this true historical tale. His layouts are succinct and his drawings fit nicely with the time period and locale. Joe Kubert executes a dramatically-charged cover [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, US, America, Ted Ignacio, Joe Kubert, Walt Simonson, Puerto Rico Although

News Post: Fractal Disparity

Tycho: Kentucky Route Zero might be my favorite game.  I’ve been alive kind of a long time, and played a lot of games, so I am allowing myself a little room to maneuver rhetorically.  Not to be tricksy, but to allow for the reality of myself as a finite being.  I’m not worried about being wrong - let’s say it wasn’t actually my favorite game, and it was another game instead.  Then I would have two games I loved so much that ranking them was genuinely challenging, which sounds like a win conditio...
Tags: Comics, Tycho, Kentucky Route Zero

Venture Seas Conquers All Kinds of Booty

Indie eroge developer Virtuous Development and publisher Critical Bliss have released a new smutty RPG and ship management title called Venture Seas onto the high tide of Steam. In Venture Seas, the player sails the oceans of the fantasy world of Miloria while managing their crew of adventurous, and often sexy, misfits as they search […]
Tags: Games, Steam, Dating, Anime, Simulation, Fetish, RPG, Pc Gaming, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Critical Bliss

Superhero Bits: ‘Black Widow’ Posters, Marvel’s New TOMS Collection, Vin Diesel Still Wants to Play Black Bolt & More

Want to see the new Black Widow character posters? Which DC Comics superhero popped up in a Tide commercial during the Super Bowl? Want to get your hands on a new TOMS shoe collection inspired by Marvel Comics? Could we still Vin Diesel as Black Bolt in Inhumans? Has Christopher McQuarrie inquired about a Superman movie at Warner Bros. Pictures?  All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. In an ongoing Super Bowl commercial bit from Tide, Gal Gadot makes an appearance as Wonder W...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Dc Comics, Suicide Squad, Black Widow, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Scarlett Johansson, Batman, James Gunn, Marvel Comics, Avengers, X-men, Arrow, Marvel Studios, TOMS

Kobe Bryant's Oscar Award: Bond Over Beethoven Led to 'Dear Basketball'

A shared love for the master composer connected the Lakers legend who died on Sunday and the illustrator of the short film based on Bryant’s retirement poem.
Tags: Movies, News, Williams, Basketball, Classical Music, Kobe Bryant, Lakers, Bryant, Glen, Kobe, Keane, Animated Films, Dear Basketball (Movie, John (1932-

Sundance 2020: Rekindling Childhood in Benh Zeitlin's Film 'Wendy'

"I believe in you, Peter." So worth the wait. New Orleans-based filmmaker Benh Zeitlin is finally back with his second feature film at the Sundance Film Festival. He rocked the festival in 2012 with his debut Beasts of the Southern Wild, and is back again eight years later to share his latest creation. Wendy is Zeitlin's new take on Peter Pan, a re-imagining of the classic J.M. Barrie story, this time focusing on the character of Wendy as the adventurous leader of the group of boys. It follows...
Tags: Movies, Review, New Orleans, Peter Pan, Peter, Wendy, Zeitlin, Benh Zeitlin, Sundance 20

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‘Birds of Prey’ Clips and Featurette: See Life from the Perspective of Harley Quinn

This week sees the release of Birds of Prey, a spin-off of Suicide Squad that brings back Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. But this time, she’s not desperate to get back in the arms of The Joker. Instead. she’s just broken up with the madman, and that has some of Gotham’s deadliest criminals after her, including none other than Roman Sionis, aka Black Mask (Ewan McGregor). Now she must team up with Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco), Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez) a...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Sequels, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Video Clips, Harley, Comic Book/Superhero, Behind the Scenes Footage, Ewan-McGregor, Black Mask, Renee Montoya, Huntress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Roman Sionis

Second Trailer for Basketball Drama 'The Way Back' with Ben Affleck

"We have to trust each other." "We have to have faith." Warner Bros has released a second trailer for The Way Back, the latest film from director Gavin O'Connor (director of Miracle, Warrior, The Accountant). Not to be confused with a different film titled The Way Back from 2010, about prisoners escaping across Asia. This sports drama is about a former high school basketball phenom named Jack, now struggling with alcoholism and a tragic loss, who is offered a coaching job at his alma mater. ...
Tags: Asia, Movies, Trailer, Ben Affleck, Warner Bros, Jack, Affleck, Gavin O Connor, To Watch, T K Carter

Spike Lee to Direct a Filmed Version of ‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ Broadway Show

Director Spike Lee is busy in post-production on Da 5 Bloods, a film starring Chadwick Boseman, Paul Walter Hauser and Giancarlo Esposito. But soon he’ll be taking the time to bring a Broadway stage production to theaters. David Byrne’s American Utopia is an acclaimed Broadway show featuring the frontman of the band Talking Heads performing songs from his seventh solo album in a unique stage show along with 11 other diverse musicians from around the globe. Spike Lee will be directing a filmed v...
Tags: Movies, Stage, Broadway, Spike-Lee, Musical, David Byrne, Jonathan Demme, Lee, Warner Music Group, Byrne, Giancarlo Esposito, Forty Acres, Patrick Catullo, Kristin Caskey Mike Isaacson, Radical Media, American Utopia

‘Watchmen’ Season 2 Update: Damon Lindelof Continues to Keep the Door Open, But There Are No Concrete Plans

Ever since HBO’s brilliant drama series Watchmen went off the air, fans have been wondering if showrunner Damon Lindelof would be coming back for a second season. And while the writer/producer has already made his thoughts very clear, interest in the show is so high that he’ll likely be fielding questions about the future of the show for a long time. So here we are, with Lindelof providing yet another Watchmen season 2 update that essentially boils down to the same thing he’s said before: he mi...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, America, Sequels, Damon-Lindelof, Damon, Casey Bloys, Lindelof, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Watchmen, Rolling Stone Every

‘I Am Not Okay With This’ Trailer: ‘It’ Stars Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff Head to Netflix

Here’s a show that feels like it was genetically constructed by scientists in a secret underground lab to be an enormous hit. It’s a Netflix series about awkward youths, one who seemingly has super-powers, starring two of the leads from It, produced by the folks behind Stranger Things, and created by the team behind Netflix’s own The End of the F***ing World. Oh, and it’s based on a comic from Chuck Forsman, who also created the source material for The End of the F***ing World. Yeah, we’re prob...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Sydney, Dina, Forsman, TV Trailer, Josh Barry, Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Christy Hall, Jonathan Entwistle, I am not okay with this, Wyatt Oleff Head, Chuck Forsman, Shawn Levy Dan Levine Dan Cohen

After Oprah’s Departure, Film About Simmons Accusers Finds New Home

The new streaming service HBO Max will carry “On the Record” after Oprah Winfrey’s decision to back out amid a pressure campaign by the hip-hop impresario.
Tags: Music, Movies, News, Sex Crimes, Oprah Winfrey, Oprah, Dick, Amy, Drew, Dixon, Simmons, Russell, Kirby, Winfrey, Home Box Office, Documentary Films and Programs

Outrage Cultists Get Boku no Hero Academia Censored Over Name

Twitter’s abundance of whiners and complainers have forced yet another individual to censor their works over something completely harmless, this time with the creator of superhero franchise Boku no Hero Academia, Kohei Horikoshi, being forced to change the name of a character due to it also describing people experimented on during World War II. The […]
Tags: Internet, Censorship, History, Anime, Manga, Shonen Jump, Hero Academia, Kohei Horikoshi

‘The Way Back’ Trailer: Ben Affleck Finds Redemption on the Court in Sports Drama

Gavin O’Connor directed one of the most underrated sports dramas of the past decade with 2011’s Warrior, and now he’s returning to the genre and reuniting with his The Accountant star Ben Affleck for The Way Back. It’s the type of film Hollywood doesn’t often make these days: Affleck plays a high school basketball coach who’s struggling with some inner demons and hopes to find redemption on the sidelines. The Way Back Trailer The Way Back uses a well-tested formula – see also: The Might...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Ben-Affleck, Court, Connor, Movie Trailers, Jack, MMA, Warner Brothers, Affleck, Gavin O'Connor, Glynn Turman, The Way Back, Jack Cunningham Ben Affleck

Here’s What Happened to Rick Dalton After ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’, According to Quentin Tarantino

Back in November, Quentin Tarantino laid out a possible career trajectory for Rick Dalton, his fictional cowboy star played by Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, after the events of that story came to an end. But after spending more time thinking about his film and his characters while on the awards circuit, it appears the writer/director has an updated version in his head about what happened to Rick Dalton after the film’s explosive climax. Spoilers ahead. At the end of Once...
Tags: Drama, Sony, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Quentin-Tarantino

‘The Rhythm Section’ Fails to Tango at the Box Office in a Historically Bad Debut

The Rhythm Section was way off mark with its opening weekend, which broke records for the single-worst box office debut ever. The Blake Lively assassin movie failed to tango with its competitors this weekend, losing out to Bad Boys for Life, which maintained its No. 1 spot for the third weekend straight. The Rhythm Section box office just new records for bad opening weekends. According to Box Office Mojo, the Reed Morano-directed assassin movie made a mere $2.8 million on its opening weekend...
Tags: Movies, Box Office, Paramount Pictures, Gretel, Box Office Mojo, Reed Morano, CinemaScore, Bad Boys For Life, The Rhythm Section

‘Indiana Jones 5’ Update: Kathleen Kennedy Confirms It Won’t Be a Reboot

When the still-untitled Indiana Jones 5 was officially announced, its targeted release date was July 19, 2019. Since then, Disney has pushed back its release date several times, and though we haven’t gotten an update in several months, it sounds like director Steven Spielberg and star Harrison Ford are still on board and the project is slowly inching toward production. Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy offered a quick Indiana Jones 5 update from the BAFTAs red carpet, which you can read belo...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Ford, Sequels, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Kennedy, Kathleen-Kennedy, Harrison, Dan Fogelman, Crystal Skull, Bob Iger, Action/Adventure

Here’s a first look at Keller Williams’ consumer app

With national MLS and lifestyle search capabilities, the app is just getting started in its pursuit to both help agents stay connected with their databases and compete with home search mammoths.
Tags: Mobile, Technology, Events, Radio, Mls, Inman Connect New York, Keller Williams, Kw, Brokerage, Select, Real Estate Technology, Josh Team, PROPtech, Real Estate Connect, Icny20, Annie Switt

Radio: Rush Limbaugh reveals lung cancer diagnosis, talks ‘incredible bond’ with audience

Radio talk host Rush Limbaugh, heard locally weekdays from 9 am until 12 noon on KEIB (1150 AM), announced on his show Monday that he is suffering from advanced lung cancer. Limbaugh said that he will be taking time off for treatment, but hopes to return soon. He may be on and off the air periodically as his treatments progress. His diagnosis came after he experienced issues including shortness of breath in January, he said. “I’m sure that you all know by now that I really don’t like talking abo...
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WATCH: Meet this year’s the new kids on the block

To close out Tech Connect at ICNY, leaders from innovative companies gave short introductions to what they have to offer.
Tags: Video, Radio, Agent, Inman Connect New York, Select, Inman Connect, ICNY, Real Estate Connect, Connect Video, Inman Connect New York 2020, Icny2020

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Starck Real Estate adapts with instant offer option

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Starck Real Estate is partnering with Moving Station, LLC to bring QuickBuy to its clients.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Industry News, Brokerage, News Brief, Residential Finance Month, Aaron Starck, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Starck Real Estate, Dan Amdur, Moving Station, QuickBuy, Moving Station LLC

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