Labyrinth of the Witch DX / 魔女の迷宮DX Release

Recently, Orange Cube Games has released Labyrinth of the Witch DX / 魔女の迷宮DX. The mobile game is a casual rogue-like JRPG about dungeon exploring. DX version includes balance adjustment, extra dungeon and all in-app purchases from the free to play version unlocked. Current special discount release price is $7.99 or ¥980 until April 29. For more details, check out the app store pages. Here's a trailer and opening trailer.US iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/labyrinth-of-the-witch-dx/id150037883...
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NPR comics on coronavirus

COMIC: Looking For A 'Helper' In The Age Of Coronavirus Malaka Gharib NPR April 18, 2020 https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/04/18/836770847/comic-looking-for-a-helper-in-the-age-of-coronavirus Comic: Fake News Can Be Deadly. Here's How To Spot It ...
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PR: David Miller's The Comics Prisoner

David Miller writes in, I'm announcing my new YouTube show: The Comics Prisoner! It's a review and commentary show about comic art and artists. It will be filled with OpEd pieces by yours truly and I hope you'll check it out and share feedback. Here's the link to the inaugural episode. Please watch, comment, hit like and subscribe. That's it for now! More news to come! David Miller https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrKuj-LnD90&t=8s ...
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NPR reviews 'Apsara Engine'

'Apsara Engine' Doesn't Break The Graphic Novel Rules — It Ignores Them Etelka Lehoczky April 18, 2020 https://www.npr.org/2020/04/18/837026665/apsara-engine-doesnt-break-the-graphic-novel-rules-it-ignores-them [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Third Eye Comics interviewed

Comic Retailers on the State of Comics and How They're Adjusting to the New World Order By David Harper April 21, 2020 https://sktchd.com/column/comic-retailers-on-the-state-of-comics-and-how-theyre-adjusting-to-the-new-world-order/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Matt Wuerker's first Punchline: Cartooning through coronavirus

Cartooning through coronavirus with Matt Wuerker 04/22/2020 https://www.politico.com/video/2020/04/22/cartooning-through-coronavirus-with-matt-wuerker-072871 4/24: Updated with correct link. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Matt Wuerker's 2nd Punchlines: Cartoonists against Covid

Punchlines: Cartoonists against Covid Matt Wuerker Politico 04/23/2020 05:54 PM EDT https://www.politico.com/video/2020/04/23/cartoonists-against-coronavirus-073120 Matt noted on Facebook - "Had a lot of fun chatting with the always charming and terribly erudite Wes Tyrell about the Canadian Cartoonist's gallery of Covid cartoons on our second installment of "Punchlines" @politico" [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The “Good Cop, The Bad Cop” Method May Be The Key To Solving Ryan’s Murder

Are integrations supposed to be this entertaining? This is the craziest “choose-your-own” adventure on the Internet! After a rattling new discovery, DJ J.D. is all tied up and about to be interrogated by arguably the two people lest likely to pull off a successful interrogation: Iwona or Blake. You get to decide who is most likely to get DJ J.D. to spill the beans. The intense questioning leads to DJ J.D. revealing his traumatic childhood upbringing, but more importantly, he remembers some...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Ryan, Katie, Bobby Moynihan, Devon Smith, Iwona, Brian Huskey, Sam Flowers DEBORAH BAKER, Elton OLIVER COOPER, Blake JEN TULLOCK, Iwona JORDAN, Mary TRAVIS MILLS, Miles LOU WILSON, D J J D NORA KIRKPATRICK, Diane ARISTOTLE ATHIRAS

Aztec Ace #8 - Nestor Redondo art & cover

Nestor Redondo Aztec Ace v1 #8, 1984 - His last issue on the series, Nestor Redondo's contributions are still significant. His inks bring an antique quality to the scenes of European historical eras. Perhaps most impressive is the first page, depicting a Galileo's arrival in Venice. The architecture is meticulously and magnificently rendered. By contrast, Redondo's cover inks can only do so [Author: Unknown]
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Captainkirb’s Passion for Skullgirls’ Peacock is Unmatched

Supporters of erotic artwork will probably be most familiar with the creations of Captainkirb as the artist has a crazed fixation for the mischievous Peacock of notable fighting game Skullgirls, probably the least favored maiden of the title by most (in terms of desiring sexual acts with her) and making their works only that much […]
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The residents of a small Canadian town experience visions of its long-dead citizens. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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"Dystopian Present": 6 notes by the film doctor--The Tomorrow File series

This tomorrow file series attempt to foresee what will happen next in these rather unusual times:1) Massive inflation in the United States--"If the government spends too much money, it ends up like Venezuela"2) Say goodbye to pork and beef--"Save your bacon"3) Thanks to distortions in the media, algorithms, etc., watch for the way "propaganda and spectacle, exacerbated by corrections and retractions, can destroy your sense of reality"--from Sarah Kendzior's Hiding in Plain Sight, just published...
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Forbes Says Kanye West is Officially a Billionaire With $1.3 Billion; Kanye Says They’re Wrong, He Has More

Kanye West is officially a member of the three comma club, and he wants EVERYBODY to know it. Following months of requests, Forbes says the multi-faceted entertainer finally provided documentation that is believed to be an “authentic numeric look into Kanye, Inc.” After a full analysis of his assets, Forbes determined that Kanye is Hip-Hop’s newest billionaire. Kanye graced the cover of Forbes last summer, and while the magazine detailed his successful Yeezy empire, they failed to declare him a ...
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‘The Stranger’ Featurette: Quibi’s Latest Looks Like ‘Collateral’ Meets ‘Red Eye’

If you’ve ever watched a random double-feature of Michael Mann’s Collateral and Wes Craven’s Red Eye, and said: “Hey, someone should combine these two movies into one thing!”, Quibi is here for you. The Stranger, the latest original from the short-form streaming service, appears to be heavily influenced by both of those movies, as rideshare driver Maika Monroe finds herself targeted by a crazed killer, played by Dane DeHaan. A new The Stranger featurette goes behind-the-scenes of the series. ...
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‘The Willougbys’ Featurette and Clip Reveal More of Netflix’s Quirky Animated Family

Since Netflix isn’t always the best at marketing their new movies and TV shows within their own apps, you might not have realized that their new original animated movie The Willoughbys is already available to watch. But maybe you’re not quite sure if you want to check out the adaptation of the children’s book of the same name by Newberry Award-winning author Lois Lowry, a new featurette and clip show off the quirky family with a great voice cast, including Ricky Gervais as a narrating cat. T...
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Haritsuke Exerts Dominance Over a Wife

A trio of conniving schoolgirls have humiliated a female teacher in Haritsuke as they offered themselves sexually to her husband in a magnificent four-way and used the deed as fuel to force her into doing perverse things with other men, with watchers naturally feeling indebted to the mischievous delinquents. Omake:
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Leaning Into Real Estate Technology

Make no mistake, property showings may be down, listings may be stalled, but everyone have more time now because they are at home, which suggests online searching is alive and well. Buyers are still seeing properties – just differently. The technology landscape has made it feasible to instantly communicate, view virtual tours of properties, perform lifestyle searches of the encircling areas, and even close transactions from the comfort of your home. Now is the perfect time to utilize all possibl...
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Marvel Moves Thor: Love and Thunder Up a Week

Marvel Moves Thor: Love and Thunder Up a Week Almost every major Marvel movie has been delayed because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Even Thor: Love and Thunder wasn’t immune, as it was shifted from its November 5, 2021 date to February 18, 2022. Earlier today, Marvel and Sony shuffled their film schedule again. As a result, Thor: Love and Thunder‘s new release date is Friday, February 11, 2022, a week earlier than Love and Thunder‘s previous date. Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will...
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‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Sequel Pushed Back Six Months to Fall 2022

Last fall, Sony Pictures finally dated the anticipated animated sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The movie was slated to arrive in April 2022, but now, thanks to the complications caused by the production shutdown due to coronavirus and the constant shuffling of release dates for movies this year, the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel is being pushed back six months to a fall release date in 2022. Here’s the update that came directly from the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Ver...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Easter Eggs Still Hidden, Alternate Ulton Design & More

Who what Marvel Cinematic Universe versions of characters are joining Marvel Future Fight? Where are there tons of undiscovered Easter eggs in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? What props has Chris Hemsworth taken home from the Thor and Avengers movies? Which two characters initially only had cameos in Avengers: Infinity War? Are Kevin Smith and Joe Quesada working on another Daredevil comic? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Marvel Future Fight has brought in movie versio...
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‘We Are Little Zombies’ Trailer: Orphans Start a Band, But This Film’s Frenetic Style is Its Big Draw

If you thought Edgar Wright captured a video game sensibility in his movie adaptation of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, just wait until you get a load of We Are Little Zombies, the debut feature film from director Makoto Nagahisa. This movie, which centers on a group of teenaged orphans who form a band, incorporates live-action, stop-motion, animation, and all manner of visual flair to create something that’s startlingly different from what we’re used to seeing in a movie. Check out the trailer b...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Movie Trailers, Edgar Wright, Independent, Scott Pilgrim, Oscilloscope, Chris Evangelista, Makoto Nagahisa, We Are Little Zombies, Nagahisa, Hikari Ikuko Ishi, Takemura

AMC Theaters Plan to Reopen in Time for Big Studio Movies ‘Tenet’ and ‘Mulan’

Georgia, and a few more states, are making headlines by planning to reopen some businesses – including movie theaters – sooner than expected. Yet while theatres in certain places will be allowed to open soon, many of them have no plans to take advantage of this opportunity. Including AMC Theaters, who have announced they have no plans to open until at least July, when there will be big new movies to screen like Tenet and Mulan. Here’s the thing: even if movie theaters wanted to open this mon...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Amc, Disney, Georgia, Amc Theatres, Mulan, Staten Island, Judd Apatow, Warner Brothers, Tenet, Cinemark, Disney/Pixar, Business and Industry News, Coronavirus

Five University Students Arrested for Murdering Homeless Man

The life of an unemployed homeless man has been snuffed out by five heartless university students, an act of cruelty that led to authorities arresting them. The 81-year-old male victim was living with a female acquaintance (68) beneath a bridge near where the Nagara and Ijira rivers meet about 4km from JR Gifu Station, he […]
Tags: Japan, Murder, Crime, Homeless, Assault, Anime, Gifu, Schoolboys, Nagara, Ijira, JR Gifu Station

Back At You Media announces direct Instagram publishing

The marketing technology company underwent the arduous process of becoming an authorized Facebook and Instagram Marketing Partner to allow agents to publish directly to the image-sharing platform.
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Back At You announces direct Instagram publishing

The marketing technology company underwent the arduous process of becoming an authorized Facebook and Instagram Marketing Partner to allow agents to publish directly to the image-sharing platform.
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Instagram, Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Radio, Instagram Marketing, Facebook Marketing Partner, Select, News Brief, Real Estate Technology, PROPtech, Craig. C. Rowe, Back At You

Redfin’s board chairman steps back

Bob Mylod will remain on Redfin's board of directors, with David Lissy stepping into the role of chairman.
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Marvel Delays Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness to 2022

Marvel Delays Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness to 2022 Earlier this month, the ongoing global health crisis prompted Marvel to postpone all of their upcoming films, including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The Benedict Cumberbatch-led sequel vacated its original summer 2021 premiere date in favor of a November 5, 2021 debut. However, it sounds like the film is getting pushed back once again to make room for another hero’s next cinematic adventure. Variety reports tha...
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Sony Shifts Spider-Man 3 To Fall 2021

Sony Shifts Spider-Man 3 To Fall 2021 The novel coronavirus pandemic has already forced Marvel Studios to push back several of its upcoming releases. However, the third MCU Spider-Man movie was still slated for July 15, 2021 as recently as this week. But now, Sony is pushing Spider-Man 3 back four months. The film’s new release date is November 5, 2021. Earlier this week, Sony moved Venom: Let There Be Carnage from October 2020 to June 25, 2021. That was the date formerly held by The Batman, ...
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All Three Seasons of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Are Arriving on U.S. Netflix This May

Avatar: The Last Airbender is hitting U.S. Netflix next month, after the beloved Nickelodeon series had been available on the streamer in other regions for years. But it was only a matter of time before Avatar: The Last Airbender returned to Netflix in the U.S., with the streamer developing a live-action remake of the series from original creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. This year, Avatar: The Last Airbender celebrated its 15th anniversary of being one of the greatest animated...
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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sequel Slips To October 2022

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sequel Slips To October 2022 Back in November, Sony officially announced that the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse would be coming on April 8, 2022. However, even animated films aren’t immune to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Subsequently, Sony’s Spider-Verse Twitter account has confirmed that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 will now be hitting theaters on October 7, 2022. Update from the #SpiderVerse: October 7, 2022  pic.twitter.com/e6oyEly...
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