Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou! Episode 3 Impression

On this episode, Wendelin starts his new adventurer academy life. Later, he meets Alfred's connections and learns about his master's backstory.For the first two episodes, I had mixed thoughts because it seemed to be quite cheesy. However, this third episode got me to completely change by mind because of Wendelin's development and his new party. Also, the series is starting to remind me of Spring 2019 season's Kenja no Mago, but maybe more realistic. Other than that, I can't wait see more of our...
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The Post's KidPost comic booklet

KidsPost's mascot, C.H.I.P., get his own comic [in print as C.H.I.P. The Curious Canine Who Wouldn't Sit Still]. Lily Paula and Christina Barron Washington Post (April 14 2020). Online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/lifestyle/kidspost/2020/04/14/amp-stories/kidsposts-mascot-chip-gets-his-own-comic/ In print, you clip out the page, and fold it into a comic booklet. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Latest Liz at Large at the City Paper

Liz At Large: "Forward" And onward. Liz Montague Apr 16, 2020 https://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/arts/article/21128738/liz-at-large-forward [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Diary Secrets #27 - Matt Baker cover

Matt Baker Diary Secrets v1 #27, 1955 - Contrasting blues and oranges make this Matt Baker cover richly appealing. The couple gazes wistfully into the distance. Note how the artist nestles the figures within the leaves and branches, creating a partial frame. Other artists in this issue include Ric Estrada, Hy Rosen and Bob Brown. This is number 18 of 21 Diary Secrets issues with Baker art and/ [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Brave and the Bold #80 - Neal Adams art & cover

Neal Adams Brave and the Bold v1 #80, 1968 - Recently introduced in Showcase #73, the Creeper makes his first cross-over appearance. Teaming up against the insect-like Hellgrammite, the heroes meet for the first time. Unlike the graphic approach used by Steve Ditko (the Creeper's creator), Neal Adams' drawings are more realistic and tangible. His rendition of the character is arguably less [Author: Unknown]
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This Meteorologist Does His Forecasts With His Cat And I Would Protect Her With My Life

Her name is Betty and she’s doing a terrific job Working from home has presented its own share of unique challenges for us all, like trying to run a video conference when your toddler desperately needs to inform you about something happening on Paw Patrol, or honestly just getting your laptop’s audio and video to work. (Technology is hard, man.) And it’s not just us Average Joe’s who are facing these new obstacles. Jeff Lyons, the Chief Meteorologist for Indiana’s 14 First Alert, is workin...
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Tam Gets Drunk Marathon

Grab a drink and join Tam for a marathon of Tam Gets Drunk If there’s a popular movie out there, chances are Tamara Yajia hasn’t seen it. And chances are: because of quarantine, you’re stuck inside watching a lot of movies you haven’t seen either. Join us on Facebook as we binge every episode of Tam Gets Drunk. Tam will be live on the screen and in the comments giving her hot takes. via GIPHY [Author: Funny Or Die]
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Artists Eager to Make Hero Academia’s Usagiyama Rumi Breed

Salubrious bunny girl heroine Usagiyama Rumi has effortlessly acquired the undivided attention of many with her Boku no Hero Academia debut, with artists taking advantage of the moment by producing tributes of the girl where she makes use of another of her rabbit-based attributes. The luscious leporidae’s beauty has immediately made her popular, the toned […]
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Mike’s Strange Cinema Cavalcade - CURSED FILMS

Shudder's new series examines movies with a 'cursed' reputation. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films of the Week

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films of the Week Since the weekly box office has quite literally dissolved to nothing due to a lack of new releases in movie theaters, the next best thing we can do is check out what audiences are watching while quarantined at home. And thanks to the Digital Entertainment Group, we can now see exactly what’s popular with the couch crowd. “As people shelter in their homes during this pandemic, millions of entertainment lovers are usin...
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Virginia Police Department Tells Officers to Respect Pronouns

Officers of the Norfolk police department have been ordered to play along with the mentally ill’s biological defiance by using people’s “preferred pronouns”, a crucial new rule that clearly takes precedence over a worldwide pandemic. The order, which was issued to over 700 officers and showcased via the department’s Twitter account, detailed how police are […]
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Comfort Viewing: Three Reasons I Love the Movie ‘Tangled’

A savvy princess, a swashbuckling thief and 70 feet of hair is exactly the fantasy we need right now.
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Superhero Bits: Willem Dafoe Plays Doc Ock on ‘Spider-Man 2’ Set, New ‘Avengers’ Video Game Details & More

Which Star Trek actor once played Captain America at comic book shop openings? Want a better look at the character customization options in The Avengers video game? Ready to see Superman take on the Ku Klux Klan again? Want to see Willem Dafoe mess around as Doc Ock on the set of Spider-Man 2? Why are fans worried about Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. View this post on Instagram ...
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Shoot Your Shot

You shouldn't ask strangers for their phone number imo! It can make people extremely uncomfortable!
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WATCH: Beyoncé Makes Surprise Appearance, Sings “When You Wish Upon a Star” on ‘Disney Family Singalong’

Beyoncé is known for surprising her fans in various ways, and she did just that by appearing during ABC’s “Disney Family Singalong.” Prior to the special airing, ABC announced that a “special guest” would be joining a list of musicians who were going to sing classic Disney songs via live stream Thursday night (Apr. 16), and fans were pleasantly surprised when Beyoncé—who starred in 2019’s “Lion King” remake—popped up on the screen to perform “When You Wish Upon a Star” from Disney’s “Pinnochio.”...
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Artemis Fowl Release Date For Disney + & New TV Spot!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Artemis Fowl release date for Disney + & new TV spot! Director Kenneth Branagh’s (Murder on the Orient Express, Thor, Much Ado About Nothing) Artemis Fowl, starring Ferdia Shaw and Golden Globe winner Colin Farrell (The Lobster, In Bruges, The Gentlemen), is heading straight to Disney+. The movie that was originally scheduled to debut in theaters on May 29 is now hitting the streaming service on June 12. Check out the new TV spot below! RELATED: James Mangold Still Negotia...
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‘The Left Right Game’ Podcast Becoming TV Series at Amazon

Amazon has scored the rights to The Left Right Game, a sci-fi-mystery podcast that featured Tessa Thompson. Thompson will now executive produce the TV series adaptation, and maybe star, too (if we’re lucky). The story concerns a journalist who follows a group of paranormal explorers and ends up in a supernatural world. Deadline reports that Amazon is about to play The Left Right Game. This won’t be the first time Amazon has brought a podcast to life – their excellent series Homecoming was ba...
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‘The New Pope’ Behind-the-Scenes Featurette Reminds You That the HBO Sequel Series is Streaming Now

It’s been a while since HBO debuted The Young Pope in 2016. But it’s also been a while since HBO debuted the limited series The New Pope, Paolo Sorrentino‘s follow-up season to his outrageous papacy drama. So why are we talking about The New Pope again, four months after the series premiered on HBO in January this year? You may have missed the series amid the growing anxiety around the spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But now that we’re all stuck at home for the foreseeable future, Wa...
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Robert Eggers Describing The Northman as Massive Production

Robert Eggers Describing The Northman as Massive Production The Lighthouse blew audiences away last year with its scope and production scale and yet writer/director Robert Eggers is looking to outdo himself on his next project, the viking revenge story The Northman, which he has revealed in a recent interview is becoming his largest production yet. (Via IndieWire) RELATED: The Northman: Robert Eggers Assembles Ensemble for Viking Revenge Film In an interview with Film Independent Coffee Ta...
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‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Release Delay is Giving Director Joseph Kosinski Plenty of Time to Finish the Film

The Top Gun: Maverick release delay isn’t going to hurt the film’s post-production process. Director Joesph Kosinski offered an update on the Tom Cruise sequel, stating that he’s on the “home stretch of post-production” and that “despite all the restrictions on how you can work now” he’s still “able to continue” doing work to finish the film in time for its new December release. I know this was haunting you. I know you wake up every morning in a cold sweat, with the sheets torn off the bed, ...
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Hugh Jackman Dodged a ‘Cats’-Shaped Bullet; Rules Out Playing Wolverine Again for the 100th Time

Hey, did you know Hugh Jackman will never play Wolverine again? He’s only said so about a billion times, but someone decided to ask him the question again, and since he’s a nice guy, he answered. But Wolverine isn’t the only part Jackman is turning down. The actor (and singer) revealed that he was offered multiple roles in Tom Hooper‘s nightmarish flop Cats, and said thanks, but no thanks. Hugh Jackman, the Greatest Showman himself, took some time to speak with The Daily Beast recently, and ...
Tags: Movies, Cats, Casting, Disney, Fox, Hugh-Jackman, Deadpool, Musical, Tom Hooper, Wolverine, Tom, Logan, Hooper, Les Mis, Jackman, MCU

Plunderer Washes up & Cares for a Little Tan Girl

Moistened maidens have played a vital role in Plunderer as several female characters can be seen bathing or favorably drenched as they are fully ogled by amorous males; on top of this, the appearance of a sweet little tan girl will probably have watchers forgetting about the plot completely. Omake:
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Brian Dennehy, Tony Award-Winning Actor, Dies at 81

A versatile star, he had scores of television and film credits and made a searing impression on Broadway in “Death of a Salesman.”
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‘Dummy’ Trailer: Anna Kendrick Goes on a Road Trip With a Talking Sex Doll

Quibi, you’ve done it again. The short-form streaming service has unveiled a trailer for a new show, and in true Quibi fashion, it looks like the type of parody of a TV series you’d see on 30 Rock. It’s called Dummy, and it stars Anna Kendrick as a woman who goes on a road trip with a sentient sex doll. Yes, really. The sex doll appears to remain perfectly still – save for its face, which is animated in a truly nightmarish fashion. See for yourself below! Dummy Trailer I feel a little b...
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Disney Offering Digital Flash Sale for ‘Star Wars’, Animated Classics, Sports Favorites & More from Now Through May

There are a lot of streaming offers out there to help pass the time with self-quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic. But if you’re in the market to pick up some movies that you can keep (though not as assuredly as physical media), Disney will be offering a big discount on some of their most popular movies in the coming weeks from now through the month of May. The discounted Disney movies started hitting this week with the likes of Napoleon Dynamite and The Devil Wears Prada, but the coming...
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The Shining & Justice League Dark Series Coming From Bad Robot & HBO!

The Shining & Justice League Dark series coming from Bad Robot & HBO! After teaming up with the production company for the wildly acclaimed Westworld, HBO is continuing its partnership with J.J. Abrams and Katie McGrath’s Bad Robot Productions by ordering three new series for the upcoming streaming service, HBO Max, including new adaptations of The Shining and Justice League Dark! RELATED:   Perry Mason Teaser Trailer Sets Premiere Date for New HBO Series The first series Duster, is to be c...
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J.J. Abrams Is Making Justice League Dark and The Shining TV Shows

Justice League Dark is finally happening, though not in the way we’d expected. J.J. Abrams has set his first three shows at streaming service HBO Max, which include a show set in DC’s Justice League Dark universe and an unusual take on The Shining.Read more...
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Ryan Gorman: Home prices not likely to see significant drop

Inventory is low and the real estate market is healthier than it was during the last recession. That should keep home prices relatively stable, the Coldwell Banker chief said.
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‘E.T.’ Cinematographer Allen Daviau Dead at 77 From Coronavirus Complications

Allen Daviau, a cinematographer whose work includes E.T., Empire of the Sun, Bugsy, and more, has died at the age of 77 due to complications from the coronavirus. Daviau had a long-standing relationship with Steven Spielberg, having worked with the director on his short films, including 1968’s Amblin’. He would go on to shoot four feature films for Spielberg. He may not be as big a household name as some cinematographers, but Allen Daviau left his mark. Daviau met Steven Spielberg in 1967, an...
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‘The Shining’ TV Series, ‘Justice League Dark’ Coming From Bad Robot & HBO Max

HBO Max just ordered thee new shows from Bad Robot, and one of them is a spin-off of The Shining. Overlook will explore more stories from the haunted hotel featured so prominently in the Stephen King novel and Stanley Kubrick movie. The two other shows are Duster, about a getaway driver for a crime syndicate, and the third is Justice League Dark, set in the world of DC Comics. Overlook HBO Max and Bad Robot just announced three new shows, and the most exciting of the bunch – in my humble o...
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