ArtInsights Gallery on The Iron Giant and The Little Mermaid

The Story of The Iron Giant, John Alvin, Brad Bird, art, and a pandemic. by Leslie Combemale ArtInsights blog April 21, 2020 https://artinsights.com/the-story-of-the-iron-giant-john-alvin-brad-bird-art-pandemic/ Our 1990 The Little Mermaid Original Production Cels Collection by Leslie Combemale April 21, 2020 https://artinsights.com/1990-the-little-mermaid-original-production-cels-collection/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Arknights Bizzare Adventure Opening

Recently, a fan uploaded JoJo's Bizzare Adventure Opening featuring Arknights and a direct comparison between the two versions near the end. Here's the video.The opening covers a lot Arknights memes pretty accurately.
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Batman #328 - Don Newton art, Joe Kubert cover

Joe Kubert Batman v1 #328, 1980 - Commissioner Gordon gets help from the Batman to solve one of his first cases as a police officer. A murdered man, missing jewels and a thief gone insane bring them to a long abandoned subway line. Don Newton's artwork shines on this shorter back-up story. Gordon's final confrontation with his past is deftly handled on page 7. Joe Kubert's cover, with its [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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News Post: Competesque

Tycho: All true!  It’s all true.  But we should keep our wits about us: it’s really just an upgrade from “lethargy” to “several seconds, each round, of conscious activity.”  Even under this dilapidated rubric, I think the delta would still surprise you. I didn’t play Counter-Strike under my actual handle back in the day, because…  It’s weird.  I literally play games differently under my real handle, and almost always worse.  I didn’t play League under it either - that was a game I “tried hard” a...
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Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Aerith is Wearing Pantsu After All

A potential camera error found in the Final Fantasy VII Remake has led one individual to determine that Aerith is in fact wearing pantsu of sorts after all, something that dedicated perverts will be glad to hear. Initially it was believed that the girls merely only had a cold lonely blackness contained in their dresses/skirts, […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Panchira

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Dick Wright

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PR: Beyond Comics Wednesday Evening Live Sale & Auction!

7:30pm to 9:00pm - Sets, Toys and More! Beyond Comics LIVE FACEBOOK SALE & AUCT...
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Robert Elder on his visit to Amazing Fantasy in Library of Congress last summer

A Holy Grail in the Library of Congress: Visiting Steve Ditko's Amazing Fantasy #15 Original Artwork BY Robert Elder Apr 22, 2020 http://www.tcj.com/a-holy-grail-in-the-library-of-congress-visiting-steve-ditkos-amazing-fantasy-15-original-artwork/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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You Know What They Say — Mo’ Monet, Mo’ Problems

Check out ‘Lady Time’ episode 3! In an attempt to expand their horizons, the Ladies attend at a painting-and-wine night... Which never ends well. But in the light of day, it turns out Heather has actually painted a masterpiece. What’s up, drunk Picasso! She quickly gets in over her head when Kid Rock’s art buyer commissions a lot more work. Check back Mondays and Wednesdays for more episodes of Lady Time Directed by: Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Written by: Juliet Seniff
Executive produce...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Rodney, Heather, Kathy, Matt Sweeney, Eric Davis, Kid Rock, George Dudley, Dane Jensen, Betsy Sodaro, Rachel Lee Goldenberg, Kate O'Brien, Becca KinskeyProducer, Chandra Alexander Director, Jessica Mahnke

This Racing Documentary From 2013 Is Still One of The Best

release date October 1 2013 director Paul Crowder starring Michael FassbenderLewis HamiltonNiki Lauda where to watch it YouTubeGoogle Play In 2013 a well-made documentary came out, titled 1. As in Formula 1. As in Grand Prix racing. Although it is never stated why 1 was made in the first place, it has a veneer of being somewhat of an advertisement. Like something made to draw new fans to F1 racing all the while serving the gearheads that are certa...
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New Release Review [Netflix] - EXTRACTION

A jaded mercenary is hired to rescue a young boy. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Funimation’s Tamayomi Simulcast Way Worse Than Japanese Airings

Funimation’s English simulcast for hardcore baseball girl anime Tamayomi‘s fourth episode has been noticed to possess a vastly inferior level of quality in comparison to what Japanese residents got to observe on TV, immediately generating questions but few actual answers. Many individuals observed this lapse in animation and art quality and uploaded comparisons online (the […]
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Hear Two Exclusives From the ‘Defending Jacob’ Soundtrack

Defending Jacob is the latest original series from Apple TV+ and is set to premiere this Friday. The dark drama follows a prosecutor, played by Chris Evans, who has his entire world turned upside when his teenage son (Jaeden Martell) is accused of murder. Ahead of the show’s premiere, we’re debuting two exclusives from the Defending Jacob soundtrack, scored by Atli Örvarsson. Defending Jacob Soundtrack – Secrets and Lies Defending Jacob Soundtrack – Leaving for the Trial Paramount ...
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Don't Interrupt Her

Let her finish!!
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Superhero Bits: ‘Supergirl’ Season 5 Finale Rewritten, Alternate ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Posters & More

Want to see some alternate character posters Boss Logic created for Avengers: Endgame? Can the comic industry be saved from the struggles they’re facing right now? Why did the Supergirl season 5 finale have to be rewritten? Did you know Michael Fassbender was once considered to play Lizard in Amazing Spider-Man? Want to try SweetTarts Golden Ropes inspired by Wonder Woman 1984? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Constantine and Zari are continuing the quest for the Loom o...
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‘Grant’ Trailer: The Three-Night Miniseries Event Explores the Life of Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant’s place in American history is secured – but also a bit misunderstood. Be it his reported alcoholism, his exploits on the battlefield during the Civil War, or his less-than-stellar presidency, Grant’s life is often overlooked by many. Ron Chernow’s phonebook-thick biography sought to change that, and now here comes the History Channel’s three-night miniseries event Grant, which strives to do the same (with Chernow’s involvement again). Watch the Grant trailer below. Grant T...
Tags: Movies, Grant, History Channel, David Petraeus, Ta Nehisi Coates, United States Army, Richmond VA, Ron Chernow, Ulysses S Grant, Central Intelligence Agency CIA, TV Trailer, Chernow, Christy Coleman, Elizabeth Samet

Free Printable The Willoughbys Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets

The Willoughbys is now streaming on Netflix! Download these free The Willoughbys printable coloring pages and activity sheets with bingo cards, how to draw tutorials, and more! #TheWilloughbys This post may contain affiliate links which means we receive a small commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Free Printable The Willoughbys Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets Convinced they’d be better off raising th...
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‘Firestarter’ Remake Could Still Shoot This Year If Things Go Blumhouse’s Way

Blumhouse is gearing up to make a Firestarter remake, and while pretty much every single movie production is currently on pause, the famed horror distributor really hopes they can shoot this thing this year. Scott Teems, co-writer of the upcoming Halloween Kills, is handling the Firestarter script, and in a new interview, he revealed that the director is still in place, and Blumhouse is “making active steps” to getting the film made this year. Firestarter, Stephen King‘s 1980 novel about a y...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Remakes, Charlie, Blumhouse, Firestarter, Fatih Akin, Charlie McGee, Scott Teems, Keith Thomas, MovieWeb Teems, Andy McGee, Vicky Tomlinson

Win ComingSoon’s The Gentlemen Prize Bundle Giveaway!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Win ComingSoon’s The Gentlemen prize bundle giveaway! In celebration of home entertainment release of Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen, ComingSoon.net is teaming up with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to give away the ultimate “Gentlemen’s Night In” kit including: * 1 Blu-ray copy of The Gentlemen * 1 The Gentlemen-branded deck of playing cards * 4 The Gentlemen-themed whiskey stones * 1 The Gentlemen-branded whiskey glass * 1 pair of retro eyeglasses The winner will be ...
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‘Joker’ Featurette: Go Behind-the-Scenes With This 22-Minute Look at the Making of the Film

Hey, remember Joker? It seemed like such a huge deal last year, and it eventually won Joaquin Phoenix an Oscar. But the dark, violent film from Todd Phillips kind of feels like yesterday’s news at the moment – especially with everything else going on right now. Despite this – or perhaps because of it – Warner Bros. just released a nearly 30-minute behind-the-scenes featurette for the film online. Joker Featurette I’m a little befuddled as to why Warner Bros. would release this Joker fea...
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Upright Citizens Brigade Shutting Down New York Theater and Training Center Locations Permanently

When the coronavirus pandemic started shutting down various entertainment venues, the famed Upright Citizens Brigade improv and sketch comedy theater was quick to shutter their doors. But it also came with unfortunate layoffs for theater employees in Los Angeles and New York in order to save as much money as possible while there weren’t any shows to bring in revenue. However, it appears that wasn’t enough to stay afloat in New York, because UCB has announced the permanent closure of their theat...
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Terradatum announces Listing Home Run for automated video marketing

Market analytics company Terradatum is using MLS listing data to help agents quickly roll out property videos and web content for only $29.95 per listing.
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Crunchyroll Launches Mass for the Dead in English

Crunchyroll Games has ascertained control of another anime-themed game as the Overlord smartphone game, Mass for the Dead, has been launched in English, bound to have some worrying whether or not content will end up being removed like in Danmachi: Memoria Freese. For those not familiar, Crunchyroll Games became the center of controversy after taking […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Trailer, Censorship, Smartphones, English, Anime, RPG, Crunchyroll, Danmachi, Overlord, Casuals

6 ways homebuyers’ must-haves could change after the pandemic

Past pandemics changed home design, so what will be the impact of coronavirus? Design experts weigh in on the features we may see more of in the future.
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‘Halloween Kills’ is “Bigger, Badder, and Meaner” than 2018’s ‘Halloween’

All has been quiet on the Halloween Kills front for the last few months, so we’ll take any piece of news about the sequel we can get. During a recent interview, Scott Teems, who co-wrote the Halloween Kills script with David Gordon Green and Danny McBride, talked up the upcoming horror movie, promising something “bigger, badder, and meaner” than 2018’s Halloween. As of now, Halloween Kills, the follow-up to 2018’s Halloween, is set to trick or treat into theaters in October of this year. The...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, John Carpenter, McBride, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Danny McBride, Scott Teems, Jamie Lee Curtis Laurie Strode, Nancy Stephens, Halloween Kills

HBO Max Trailer Teases the Streaming Platform’s Impressive Catalogue, From ‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘Friends’ to Everything Batman

HBO Max made a buzzy announcement of its official May launch date this week, releasing a slew of trailers for the half dozen Max Originals that will be available to stream on day one. But if those original shows and movies couldn’t get you amped up for the forthcoming streaming service, perhaps the newest trailer might. The latest HBO Max trailer goes hard for the impressive collection of classic movies, acclaimed TV series, and its thousands of other library titles from Warner Bros., HBO, New ...
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‘The Wrong Missy’ Trailer: David Spade Stars in a Rom-Com Right Out of the Early 2000s

In the past few years, Netflix has almost single-handedly brought back the romantic-comedy. But with the return of many sweet, feel-good rom-coms, a few middling ones will inevitably come along for the ride. The Wrong Missy, which stars David Spade as a middle-aged man who accidentally takes the wrong girl on a getaway trip to Hawaii, feels like a rom-com left over from the early 2000s, complete with an outlandish performance by an actress who deserves better, and a cameo by Rob Schneider. Watc...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Netflix, Hawaii, Movie Trailers, Adam Sandler, David-Spade, Spade, Missy, Sandler, Rob Schneider, Lauren Lapkus, Tim Morris, The Wrong Missy, Missy Molly Sims

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s May 2020 Lineup

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s May 2020 lineup The Criterion Channel, a streaming service from the niche home video distributor for film aficionados, has unveiled its lineup of programming for the month of May, which will include a California Dreamin’ Double Feature with Steven Soderbergh’s The Limey and David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr., along with a large roster of contemporary and classic films! RELATED: Criterion Collection Unveils July Releases, Including Marriage Story! Friday, M...
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Nintendo Switch Lite Available In All Colors For $199 Shipped From Walmart

Nintendo Switch Lite For $199.99 Shipped from Walmart Available in Gray, Turquoise, or Yellow. There has been a shortage of Nintendo Switch Lites since schools have closed due to Coronavirus. HT: Mendy L.
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