Satire Can Save Us All #6 [Cartoonists Rights Network International]

Satire Can Save Us All #6 [Cartoonists Rights Network International] KAL May 5 2020 https://www.facebook.com/satire2020/videos/682731105836535/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Zorro - comic series checklist

Zorro v1 Dell 1949-59 Four Color Comics v2 228,425,497,538,574,617,732 Four Color Comics v2 882 - Alex Toth art Four Color Comics v2 920 - Alex Toth art Four Color Comics v2 933 - Alex Toth art Four Color Comics v2 960 - Alex Toth art Four Color Comics v2 976 - Alex Toth art Four Color Comics v2 1003 - Alex Toth art Four Color Comics v2 1037 8 9 - Alex Toth art 10,11 12 - Alex Toth art 13-15 [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Cooking Korean, Robin Ha, and Bulgogi

Cooking Korean, Robin Ha, and Bulgogi Bethany Quinn was live in Quinntersectional Conversations May 4 2020 https://www.facebook.com/bethany.quinn1/videos/10105071487415467/ I'll catch up with Robin Ha, author of Cook Korean! A Comic Book with Recipes, while making bulgogi. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Your Favorite Comedians Are Teaming Up with Feeding America To Raise Money For Families Impacted By COVID-19

Confirmed comedians include Jack Black, Tiffany Haddish, Kevin Hart, Kenan Thompson & MORE Hunger isn’t funny. But we need laughter - especially during these not-so-funny times. That’s why Funny Or Die and Allen Media Group are teaming up to produce the Feeding America Comedy Festival - a live-streamed comedy event benefiting Feeding America and helping families across the country who are financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This two hour comedy will air on both NBC and The ...
Tags: Nbc, America, Humor, Marlon Wayans, NBC Entertainment, Feeding America, Doug Vaughan, Kat Curtis, COVID, Allen Media Group, Kenan Thompson Sheryl Underwood

News: Guest Strip - Terry Blas

Scott R. Kurtz: Today's guest comic was written and illustrated by my good friend Terry Blas. Not only is Terry the inspiration for Max's boyfriend, he's also an accomplished writer and cartoonist. His books Hotel Dare and Dead Weight are available on Amazon and are sure you lift your spirits during the quarantine. And his Instagram account is full of his amazing art. I think we're going to work together on more Max and Terry strips, so stay tuned.
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Japan Lengthens State of Emergency to the End of May

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe uttered that the state of emergency employed throughout Japan because of the Coronavirus has been extended to the end of May, explaining that the amount of new infection cases has not degraded enough. There is the possibility for the restrictions to be removed earlier however, should Abe’s advisers suggest as such […]
Tags: Health, Business, Japan, Politics, Shinzo Abe, Anime, Announcements, Abe, Coronavirus

Tom Cruise is going to space to film an action movie

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine confirmed the project on Tuesday via Twitter.The project — an action-adventure movie — would be the first narrative film shot in space.It's unclear how Cruise will get to the space station. Later this May, SpaceX and NASA plan to send American astronauts to the ISS aboard a SpaceX vehicle. From staging 100-mph car-chase scenes as Jack Reacher, to breaking an ankle jumping across rooftops as Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise is famous for doing his own stunts. Now, the 57...
Tags: Space, Spacex, Florida, Movies, Entertainment, Russia, Nasa, Earth, Cruise, Innovation, Iss, Tom Cruise, Falcon, Cape Canaveral, Axiom, Hurley

New Trailer and Poster for INMATE #1: THE RISE OF DANNY TREJO

New documentary explores the life of the distinctive Mexican-American star. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Harakiri! Geisha Girls / サムライメガミガールズ Mobile Visual Novel on Kickstarter

Harakiri! Geisha Girls / サムライメガミガールズ is on Kickstarter. The game is a free to play mobile visual novel about the player choosing routes from the 4 girls in Nippon. Also, it will feature Live 2D animations, Squeeze em (touching boobs fan service) and a coming Steam version release. Currently, the developers has reached ¥140,109 out of their ¥500,000 goal with 32 days left remaining. For more details and some cool game perks, check out their Kickstarter page. Here's a trailer. Kickstarter: https:/...
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Honzuki no Gekokujou 2 Episode 5 Impression

On this episode, Myne starts managing her orphanage. Later, she prepares them for a festival celebration.A bit late, but I keep forgetting to post about this anime even though I've been following it. Anyway, it was nice to see Myne and her close companions start managing the church's orphanage. Also, I liked how she enforces her "He who does not work, neither shall he eat" term to the children. Other than that, seeing Fran grow as Myne's effective health monitor is quite cool. Now what's going t...
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Princess Connect! Re:Dive Romantically Crazed

Illness has befallen Princess Connect! Re:Dive‘s protagonist as his loyal friends attempt to nurse him back to health as well as protect him from a yandere beauty who is completely infatuated with him, a situation that any beta male would likely wish they could find themselves in. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Anime, Image Gallery, Yandere, Adaptations, Nekomimi, Omake, Cygames, Princess Connect! Re:Dive

Risky Business? NASA and Tom Cruise Talk Movie Shoot in Space

The head of NASA said the agency is working with the “Mission: Impossible” star on a new film aboard the International Space Station.
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Risky Business? NASA and Tom Cruise Talk Movie Plans

The head of NASA said the agency is working with the “Mission: Impossible” star on a new film shot at the International Space Station.
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Superhero Bits: ‘Justice League Dark: Apokolips War’ Clip, ‘Amazing Story of Superman’ Documentary & More

Was David Ayer offered the chance to direct a Suicide Squad sequel? Want to see a new clip from Justice League Dark: Apokolips War? How did Jason Mewes end up in a Supergirl episode that wasn’t directed by Kevin Smith?  Want to watch a documentary about the history of Superman? What’s the real meaning behind Joker‘s “Damaged” tattoo in Suicide Squad? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Go behind the scenes of the new Batwoman episode “If You Believe In Me, I’ll Believe In ...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Suicide Squad, Black Widow, Batwoman, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Guardians Of The Galaxy, X-men, Supergirl, Joker, Kevin Smith, David Ayer, Tony, Tony Stark


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Cambridge Analytica Movie Coming From ‘WandaVision’ Director Matt Shakman

Matt Shakman, the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia veteran who directed every episode of the upcoming Marvel Disney+ series WandaVision, may be uniting with several other Marvel alums for a new film project. A new report says Shakman is in talks to direct a Cambridge Analytica movie for producers Anthony and Joe Russo and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely (Avengers: Endgame). Shakman is filling a directorial hole left by David Gordon Green on this movie, which focuses on the data ...
Tags: Drama, True Story, Anthony and Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, Cambridge Analytica, Joe and Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, Matt Shakman, The Russo Brothers

Legendary Cinematographer Roger Deakins Now Has His Own Podcast

Roger Deakins, the cinematographer behind Barton Fink, No Country For Old Men, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Blade Runner 2049, 1917, and so much more, now has his own podcast. Co-hosted with his wife and collaborator James Deakins, the podcast – titled Team Deakins – features the cinematographer talking about the tricks of the trade, including lighting, location scouting, and more. Think of it as a film school for your ears. There are a handful of cinematograph...
Tags: Movies, Cool Stuff, Roger, Roger Deakins, Jesse James, Deakins, Coward Robert Ford, Barton Fink, Making a Movie, James Deakins, Team deakins, Matt Wyman

‘2084’: Paramount Making ‘1984’-Inspired Sci-Fi Film From ‘The Batman’ Writer

Paramount is set to go to the future with 2084, a sci-fi film from The Batman writer Mattson Tomlin. The project is being described as a “spiritual sister” to George Orwell’s classic 1984, which really just sounds like they’re adapting 1984 but changing the year so it’s no longer dated. The script is also described as having a tone similar to both The Matrix and Inception. THR has the scoop on 2084, which was just snapped up by Paramount. Lorenzo di Bonaventura will produce. And just what is...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, George Orwell, Batman, Paramount Pictures, John Hurt, Orwell, Richard Burton, Brave New World, Don, Tomlin, 2084, Mattson Tomlin, Paramount Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Matt Reeves Tomlin

‘Bright 2’ Still Happening, ‘The Incredible Hulk’ Director Louis Leterrier Now Calling the Shots

Remember Bright? The Netflix movie that looked absolutely awful, became something of a joke, and then went on to be a big hit for Netflix? Well, a sequel was announced before the first film even dropped on the streaming service, and it looks like it’s still happening. Stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton are both back, but director David Ayer is sitting this one out. Instead, The Incredible Hulk and Now You See Me director Louis Leterrier is in talks to helm. Deadline is reporting that Louis L...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Netflix, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Bright, Max Landis, Louis-Leterrier, David Ayer, Ayer, Shrek, Nowlin, Evan Spiliotopoulos, David Ayer Suicide Squad End

Incredible Hulk Director Louis Leterrier in Talks for Bright 2

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier in talks for Bright 2 Louis Leterrier, the eye behind the Edward Norton-starring The Incredible Hulk, has entered talks to direct the long-in-development sequel to Netflix’s David Ayer fantasy crime thriller Bright, according to Variety. RELATED: Bright Sequel Announced by Netflix! Will Smith & Joel Edgerton Return! A sequel to the film has been in development since its major premiere in December 2017, with Ayer originally set to ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Suicide Squad, Will Smith, Edward Norton, Joel Edgerton, Louis Leterrier, David Ayer, Ayer, ComingSoon, Movie News, Green Knight, Bryan Unkeless, Spiliotopoulos, David Ayer Suicide Squad End, Jakoby

The Haunting of Bly Manor’s Mike Flanagan Adapting The Midnight Club

The Haunting of Bly Manor’s Mike Flanagan adapting The Midnight Club Mike Flanagan has become one of the most sought-after storytellers in the horror genre over the past seven years and after a successful four years with Netflix, he’s continuing his creative partnership by developing an adaptation of The Midnight Club for the streaming service, according to Variety. RELATED: Mike Flanagan Offers Update on The Haunting of Bly Manor I began brainstorming an adaptation of THE MIDNIGHT CLUB a...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Netflix, Relativity Media, Rotterdam, Flanagan, Pike, Gerald, Shirley Jackson, Mike Flanagan, Intrepid Pictures, Midnight Club, Christopher Pike, Bly Manor, Leah Fong, Hill House Fong

May 5 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW May 5 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s May 5 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Bloodshot Based on the bestselling comic book, Vin Diesel stars as the unstoppable superhero Bloodshot. Greed Michael Winterbottom takes on the super-rich in this satire centered around a bill...
Tags: TV, Movies, California, Horror, Mexico, Arkansas, TV News, Jesus, Tigers, Jack, Blu-ray, Dvd, Antonio Banderas, Ray Donovan, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Winterbottom

‘A Quiet Place’ Writers Team With Sam Raimi For New Sci-Fi Thriller

Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the duo that penned A Quiet Place, just sold their latest project to Sony Pictures. The untitled, mysterious script is a sci-fi thriller, and Beck and Woods will be producing with none other than the legendary Sam Raimi. The writing team previously worked with Raimi on the Quibi series 50 States of Fright. Variety has the scoop on the new Quiet Place writers movie. And it’s my least favorite type of scoop – the type that comes with the following disclaimer: “Plot ...
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Top 10 Works of Kyoto Animation

Perhaps in tribute to the studio and its heavy casualties during the arson murder, website Net Rabo has gathered the results of the questionnaire asking voters which Kyoto Animation work they think is the best; fierce competitiveness apparently being a coveted theme, but one that has been bested by war trauma and melancholy. The ranking, […]
Tags: Free, Rankings, Anime, Hibike! Euphonium, Hyouka, Kyoto Animation, K-ON, Violet Evergarden, Works of Kyoto Animation

Zillow economist says housing market bottom is ‘pretty much now’

The pandemic drove real estate sales down, but a checkmark-type recovery may already be beginning.
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How are home prices still rising during the pandemic?

Although the stock market has been volatile for weeks and unemployment has continued to rise, home prices have been seemingly unaffected.
Tags: Analysis, Chicago, Radio, Compass, Zillow, Wall Street Journal, Redfin, Cincinnati, NAR, Capital Economics, CoreLogic, Markets & Economy, Select, Realtor.com, Home Price Growth, Median Home Prices

New Six Flags Policy Suggests the Future of Theme Parks Post-Pandemic

While theme park executives wait for a time when the coronavirus pandemic potentially recedes enough that they can reopen their gates to the public, one park has put a policy in place that will likely become the new normal for all post-pandemic theme parks in the months to come. Theme Park Insider points us to the operating hours pages of Six Flags parks nationwide, which are all now emblazoned with the following message: IMPORTANT: ALL VISITORS (INCLUDING PASS HOLDERS AND MEMBERS) MUST MAKE...
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Did Elon Musk and Grimes's newborn son just join Pilot Inspektor, Blue Ivy and others on the list of celeb kids with unusual names?

Tesla’s Elon Musk has unveiled the name he and girlfriend Grimes chose for their newborn son.
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Penn Vet doctors train dogs to sniff out coronavirus

Penn Vet is working with eight dogs to see if they can discriminate between COVID-19 positive and COVID-19 negative samples. If successful, dog screenings could begin as early as July in places like airports and hospitals. Fox News Digital speaks with Dr. Cynthia Otto, the director of Penn Vet Working Dog Center, to fill us in on their research.
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