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Cavna checks on the Grim Reaper

The Grim Reaper shows up often in pandemic cartoons — whether to provoke or provide dark humor [in print as Grim Reaper rears its head for cartoonish purposes] By Michael Cavna Washington Post May 7 2020, p. C1-2 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2020/05/06/grim-reaper-death-cartoons-satire/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Mike Rhode, Michael Cavna, Cavna


Howl’s Moving Castle versions interpreted by DC's Elyse Martin

Howl-ever It Moves You: Diana Wynne Jones and Hayao Miyazaki Do the Same Work With Different Stories Elyse Martin Tue May 5, 2020 https://www.tor.com/2020/05/05/howl-ever-it-moves-you-jones-and-miyazaki-do-the-same-work-with-different-stories/ Elyse Martin is a Chinese-American Smith College graduate who lives in Washington DC with her husband and two cats. She writes reviews for Publisher's Weekly, and her essays and humor pieces have appeared in The Toast, Electr...
Tags: Comics, Washington Dc, Hayao Miyazaki, Diana Wynne Jones, Mike Rhode, Smithsonian Magazine She, Elyse Martin, Chinese American Smith College, Toast Electric Literature Perspectives, Bias Entropy Magazine


The Post on Disney's parks

Disney is about to reopen its Shanghai theme park. It could be a lot longer before that happens in the U.S. [in print as Disney takes cautious approach to reopening U.S. parks]. Steven Zeitchik   Washington Post May 7, 2020 , p. A26 https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/05/06/disney-is-about-re-open-its-shanghai-theme-park-it-will-be-lot-longer-before-that-happens-us/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Disney, Shanghai, Steven Zeitchik, Mike Rhode


The Swamp by Yoshiharu Tsuge: An Interview with Ryan Holmberg

The Swamp by Yoshiharu Tsuge: An Interview with Ryan Holmberg Tom Devlin Drawn and Quarterly May 7, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-cV-nvlkt4 The Swamp compiles the early work of groundbreaking manga-ka Yoshiharu Tsuge and is in stores now! Watch Drawn & Quarterly Editor-in-Chief Tom Devlin speak with translator Ryan Holmberg about Tsuge's orig...
Tags: Comics, Garo, Mike Rhode, Ryan Holmberg, Tom Devlin, Yoshiharu tsuge, Tsuge, Ryan Holmberg Tom Devlin Drawn


Erin Entrada Kelly and Terri Libenson, "We Dream of Space" and "Becoming Brianna" in conversation with Karen MacPherson

Erin Entrada Kelly and Terri Libenson, "We Dream of Space" and "Becoming Brianna" in conversation with Karen MacPherson Politics and Prose Bookstore May 7, 2020 https://www.crowdcast.io/e/erin-entrada-kelly-terri-libenson [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, BRIANNA, Mike Rhode, Erin Entrada Kelly, Terri Libenson, Karen MacPherson


Captain Marvel v2 #27 - Jim Starlin art & cover

Jim Starlin Captain Marvel v2 #27, 1973 - Mentor and Eros, Thanos' father and brother, make their first appearance and subsequently join forces with Captain Marvel. Jim Starlin begins to hit his stride on the series, using widely varying panels and innovative layouts. The machine-like frames (pages 3, 18) nicely contrast flashback scenes from the present day. The artist's three-panel close-up [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Jim Starlin


News: Guest Strip - Steve Conley

Scott R. Kurtz: Today's guest strip was created by none other than smilin' Steve Conley, and I adore his take on my characters. I've known Steve for years, and have wonderful memories of both SPX and the Baltimore Comicon hanging out after the show and talking shop. Steve was a pioneer in syndicating web-content and has always been a little bit ahead of the curve. I've always been impressed with his art, his writing, and his ability to discover new ways to distribute his co...
Tags: Comics, Steve, Scott R Kurtz, Steve Conley, Baltimore Comicon


Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!? Ero-Manga Ever Conveniently Lewd

Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!?‘s tenth volume has hastily hit shelves and met the expectations of readers easily with its salvo of erotic encounters, comedy naturally being plentiful considering all the situations and sure to be the perfect accompaniment. Minuscule male members, silhouette-based comedy, and “venom-sucking” are a few of the situations readers can expect […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Nande Koko ni Sensei ga, Nande Koko


Comics on The Lily - Sage Coffey and coronavirus

Coronavirus caused chaos. Cutting my hair gives me a sense of control. Changing an aspect of my appearance is soothing, even if it doesn't come out perfectly Sage Coffey May 3 2020 https://www.thelily.com/coronavirus-caused-chaos-cutting-my-hair-gives-me-a-sense-of-control/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Latest Liz at Large

Liz At Large: "Try" And try again. Liz Montague May 7, 2020 https://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/arts/article/21132190/liz-at-large-try [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Liz, Mike Rhode, Liz Montague


This Wedding (And Funeral) Is Nothing But Drama

Wedding reception speeches are usually cheesy - unless it reveals juicy details of an unsolved murder The best part of any wedding is getting tipsy at the reception. The second best part? the drama. This stands true in “The Coop” house too: Mary and Miles are completely unprepared wedding speeches (which is honestly not surprising), but as the two exchange advice (“speak from your heart!” yeah, whatever Miles), Mary discovers a condemning piece of evidence that may change every...
Tags: Humor, Elton, Miles, Mary, Blake, Ryan, Katie, Bobby Moynihan, Devon Smith, Iwona, Brian Huskey, Kat Curtis, Sam Flowers DEBORAH BAKER, Elton OLIVER COOPER, Blake JEN TULLOCK, Iwona JORDAN


This Weekend’s ‘Saturday Night Live At Home’ Will Be the Season 45 Finale

Saturday Night Live has been delivering special remotely produced episodes of the late night sketch series for a few weeks now. However, that will come to an end with the third (maybe final?) Saturday Night Live At Home this weekend, which will mark the finale for the current 45th season. Here’s the announcement from SNL, with an amusing glimpse at some bloopers from the previous At Home episodes: Season Finale this Saturday ?? #SNLAtHome pic.twitter.com/CFTQzqBX8y — Saturday Night Live – S...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nbc, Tom Hanks, Snl, Brad Pitt, Anthony Fauci, Adam Sandler, Pete Davidson, Paul Rudd, Rob Schneider, Saturday-Night-Live, Saturday Night Live at Home


Virtual tour of Studio Ghibli Museum

Right now the days seem to pass by in a blur. Maybe you’re spending your morning staring out the window at the sun shining through the leaves, wishing you could lay in the grass with your friends or walk through your door and seek out an adventure. For now, all our plans for journeys to faraway lands will have to be put on hold — at least physically. Your imagination can still wander fantastical worlds. If you need a little help getting those gears turning, might I recommend taking a tour of ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Youtube, Anime, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, All, Kiki, Jiji, Virtual Tour, Virtual Tours, Mitaka Japan, Studio Ghibli Museum, Nausicaä of Valley, Straw Hat Cafe


Harlan Coben’s ‘Six Years’ Becoming a Film at Netflix, David Ayer to Direct

Calling all dads and fans of airport paperbacks! David Ayer is bringing Harlan Coben‘s Six Years to Netflix. Ayer will direct the adaptation of Coben’s novel about a college professor searching for a woman from his past who has gone missing. Ayer is no stranger to working with Netflix, having directed the Will Smith movie Bright for them. He also wrote the Bright sequel, but is handing directorial duties on that over to Louis Leterrier. Deadline has the news on Six Years, revealing that Davi...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Adaptation, Suicide Squad, Will Smith, Todd, David Ayer, Jake, Ayer, Natalie, Harlan Coben, Jake Fisher, Mystery/Suspense, Coben, Six years, Myron Bolitar


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Gotoubun no Hanayome Season 2 Delayed to January 2021 by Coronavirus

Those looking forward to the second season of quintuplet romcom Gotoubun no Hanayome will probably not be aghast to learn that it has been inevitably delayed by the Coronavirus, unfortunately all the way until January 2021 unlike most such postponements. Originally slated to air during October, the anime’s official Twitter account sadly disclosed that the […]
Tags: Health, Anime, Announcements, Delays, Continuations, Gotoubun no Hanayome, Coronavirus


‘Community’ Cast (Including Donald Glover, But Not Chevy Chase) Reuniting with Dan Harmon For a Virtual Table Read

While Community fans continue to hold out hope for a possible movie one day, here’s the next best thing. Creator/showrunner Dan Harmon is reuniting with nearly every major member of the sitcom’s cast (excluding Chevy Chase) for a virtual table read and Q&A to help raise money for coronavirus relief efforts. Even Donald Glover, who left the show in season five, will be participating, marking his first return to any Community-related event since 2014. Get the details below. Community Reunion T...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Casting, Netflix, Walton Goggins, Community, Chevy Chase, Cape, Variety, Pierce, Donald Glover, Glover, Goggins, Dan Harmon


Operating notes: activity down?, New England QSO Party, new speakers

After most of the country went on lockdown, I noticed an increase in activity on the CW bands. I had high hopes that this level of activity would not only persist through the pandemic, but also keep increasing. Unfortunately, that early burst of activity seems to have waned. We’re not back to pre-lockdown activity, but it seems to have peaked. Please prove me wrong. I want to hear more of you on the air. NEQP 2020 Last weekend, I participated in the New England QSO Party. I like this one becau...
Tags: Amazon, Motorola, Radio, Contests, Cw, New England, RFI, Operating, QSO Party, New England QSO Party


‘Prophet’ Movie Finds a Screenwriter in ‘Arrow’ Veteran Marc Guggenheim

In the 1990s, Deadpool comics creator Rob Liefeld created a character named John Prophet who appeared in Youngbloods before spinning off into a title of his own. Former Warner Bros. production president Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8 is developing a Prophet movie centering on that character, a supersoldier who is cryogenically frozen and wakes up years in the future, and now the film has found a writer. Marc Guggenheim, who developed The CW’s Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, will be tackling the sc...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Warner Bros, Deadpool, Cw, Prophet, Guggenheim, Marc-Guggenheim, Screenwriting, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Rob Liefeld, Liefeld, Jeff Robinov


Exclusive: ‘The Suicide Squad’ Score to Be Composed By John Murphy

Update: A report has been making the rounds claiming that Tyler Bates, writer/director James Gunn‘s longtime composer, would be reuniting with Gunn to compose the score for the upcoming Warner Bros. and DC superhero sequel The Suicide Squad. While that report came from a normally-reliable source, people close to the production have informed us that it was incorrect. We’ve learned that John Murphy (Kick-Ass, Sunshine) will actually be providing the new score. Read more about The Suicide Squad co...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Miami, Suicide Squad, Danny Boyle, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, Dc, Will Smith, Warner Bros, James Gunn, Smith, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Harley, David Ayer


You Can Live-Stream Andy Serkis Reading ‘The Hobbit’ for 12 Hours for Charity This Friday

Andy Serkis, a guy who knows a thing or two about The Hobbit, is about to devote himself to a 12-hour live-stream for charity. Tomorrow, May 8, Serkis will live-stream himself doing a continuous reading of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit from start to finish, a task that is likely to take about 12 hours. And it’s bound to be more entertaining than the Hobbit trilogy movies. Join me for the Adventure this coming Friday, May 8. Stay tuned for more details on how you can support @NHSuk and @bestb...
Tags: Books, UK, Movies, NHS, Andy-Serkis, Bilbo, Middle Earth, Tolkien, Gollum, Rivendell, Serkis, Misty Mountains, Mirkwood, The-Hobbit


‘Cursed’ First Look: Netflix Re-Imagines the Arthurian Legend in This New Fantasy Series

The Arthurian Legend – you know, the one about some random guy who gets to become king just because he pulled a hunk of metal out of a rock – is getting an update from Netflix. Based on the book of the same name, Cursed is a new Netflix series about “Nimue, a young woman with a mysterious gift who is destined to become the powerful (and tragic) Lady of the Lake.” Katherine Langford stars in the show, which is set to arrive on the streaming service this summer. Check out some Cursed first look p...
Tags: Images, Television, Movies, Netflix, Tom Wheeler, New York Times, Adaptation, Merlin, Cw, Arthur, Frank Miller, Langford, Carden, Peter Mullan, Nimue, Katherine Langford


T*fa & A*rith Experiment With New Materia in Futa Fantasy VII

An erotic Final Fantasy VII parody has surfaced in honor of the launched remake, celebrating the occasion by making two of the girls have sex as Tifa is transformed into a futanari – Yuffie’s appearance but failure to participate in the lewdness will have some disappointed, however. The scenario is set in Tifa’s bar while […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Anime, Final Fantasy Vii, Yuri, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Futanari, TIFA, New Materia, Yuffie


HBO Max Partners With Crunchyroll to Offer 17 Popular Anime Series Upon Launch, With More to Follow

HBO Max is gearing up to have one of the most stacked collection of library titles upon its May 27 launch — from Friends, to decades of Warner Bros. films, to everything Batman — but it will be providing titles from one more highly demanded market: anime. Netflix and Hulu have been working hard to cater to anime fans as the streaming wars kick into high gear, but HBO Max may have got one leg up on them by partnering with Crunchyroll, the biggest anime streaming service in the world and the cent...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, Movies, Netflix, United States, Anime, Warner Bros, Hulu, Subaru, Crunchyroll, Beta, Hunter, Marken, Alphonse, Whale Island, Rokka Braves


Netflix Reveals New Patton Oswalt Comedy Special, I Love Everything

Netflix reveals new Patton Oswalt comedy special, I Love Everything Netflix has revealed a new comedy special from Emmy and Grammy winner Patton Oswalt entitled I Love Everything is heading to the streaming service later this month and has debuted the hilarious trailer for the latest stand-up special. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! Like the ancient grains of Babylon, Patton provides a healthy dose of witticism in his newest Netflix comedy special, Patton Oswalt: I Love Ever...
Tags: TV, Movies, Trailer, Netflix, TV News, Patton Oswalt, Patton, ComingSoon, Bob Rubin, TV Premiere Date, Babylon Patton, Netflix Reveals New Patton Oswalt, Patton Oswalt Jerry Seinfeld Patton Oswalt


Who wants to go SEO Shopping?

Four killer real estate domain names are on the market… House.com HomeRefinancing.com HomeFinance.com PropertyRental.com That collective lot of domains are worth a pretty penny in SEO value. Who is interested? If so, contact Robert Davis via email at [email protected] PS: If you find out what they are on the market for, or what the package sells for, I’d love to know. The post Who wants to go SEO Shopping? appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Radio, House, Robert Davis


11 Great Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in May

Catch these great titles while you can. Chances are, you’ll have a little more time this month than usual to watch them.
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Scandal (TV Program, Outbreak (Movie, The Naked Gun (Movie


Zillow CEO: ‘You’re seeing years of technology progress get accelerated down into months’

Rich Barton highlighted how COVID-19 is greatly accelerating the need for technology transformation in the real estate industry on an earnings call.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Zillow, Real Estate 2.0, Brokerage, Select, Rich Barton, Zillow Offers, Coronavirus, Zillow 2.0


Original Content podcast: Waco offers a surprising look at a real-world tragedy

“Waco,” a Paramount Network series that recently started streaming on Netflix, dramatizes the tragic real-life standoff between the FBI, the ATF and the Branch Davidians. A couple of your Original Content podcast hosts only had a fuzzy idea of what actually went down in Waco, Texas in 1993. And all of us were surprised by the depiction of the Branch Davidian cult as creepy and delusional, but not particularly dangerous. Instead, the show puts much of the blame for what transpired on law enfor...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Fbi, Netflix, Taylor Kitsch, ATF, Waco Texas, David Koresh, Paramount Network, Original Content Podcast



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