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Young Love - comic series checklist

Young Love v1 Prize 1949-57 v1 1 (#1) v1 2 - v7 7 (#2-73) - - - - - - - - - - Young Love v2 Prize 1960-63 continued from All for Love v3 5 - v7 1 - - - - - - - - - - Young Love v3 DC 1963-77 39-72 73 - Alex Toth art 74 - Alex Toth art 75-77 78 - Alex Toth art 79 - Alex Toth art 80-99 100 - non-attributed Alex Nino art 101-108 109 - Wally Wood reprint 110-113 114 - Alex Toth reprint [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Wally Wood, Alex Toth, Alex Nino


Honzuki no Gekokujou 2 Episode 6 Impression

On this episode, Lutz gets into a conflict with his family. Later, Myne intervenes along with Ferdinand.It was quite interesting to see Lutz and his family get into conflict once again due to another misunderstanding. Also, I liked how Benno is willing to adopt Lutz due to being his direct successor. Other than that, Ferdinand is really cool for this specific plot because he handled it pretty nicely and even kept Myne from interfering by teaching her. Now what's going to be the next plot? I can'...
Tags: Anime, Ferdinand, Lutz, Benno, Myne


That darn Prickly City

Feeling prickly Charles Patch, BaltimoreWashington Post May 9 2020online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/readers-critique-the-post-instead-of-euthanizing-pigs-lets-work-to-give-them-a-better-life/2020/05/08/38783578-9098-11ea-a9c0-73b93422d691_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Prickly City, Charles Patch BaltimoreWashington


Animal-Eared Girls & Girl-on-Girl Contact Invades Gleipnir

Shuichi has given a girl other than Claire a ride in Gleipnir as two new characters have bolstered the show’s pitifully lacking roster of gorgeous girls; one of them having cuddly animal-ears while the other hastily initiates some girl-on-girl contact with the main heroine. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Furries, Claire, Yuri, Shuichi, VORE, Oppai, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Omake, Kigurumi, Pine Jam, Gleipnir


More Drops of God Available Digitally

Kodansha Comics has rescued The Drops of God and released new volumes, never before available in English, digitally. With last week’s update, half the series is now available. Vertical previously put out the first four volumes of The Drops of God in print in 2011-2012 (ending with chapter 77), along with a jump-ahead volume, The Drops of God: New World (which included chapters 210-227). It’s about a competition to identify 12 outstanding wines pitting the son of a noted wine [...]
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Tsugumomo’s Perilous Journey Concludes With Steamy Bathing

Tsugumomo has followed the turbulent journey of another set of character for its latest sixth episode, delivering both gruesome violence and emotional conflicts that will surely have watchers building a connection with the characters. Some sensuous bathing also makes an appearance near the end of the episode to help ease the tension: Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Blood, Bathing, Oppai, Image Gallery, Zero-g, Tsugumomo


Marvel Shutting Down Their Digital Comic Website

Marvel Comics seems to be streamlining their digital comic presence. They sent out an email notifying users that “the Marvel Digital Comics Shop at comicstore.marvel.com will be closing on June 2, 2020.” The associated help file has more detail: Digital comic purchases should be made through the Marvel Comics app for iOS or Android or through ComiXology.com. Basically, the Marvel website where you can buy and read online comics won’t be supported after this month. Also, preorders and series subs...
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A Timely Reminder From Cells at Work

I greatly appreciate the author of the Cells at Work! manga, Akane Shimizu, putting together this image, shared by Kodansha Comics. It makes sense, given the subject of the comic, and it’s a timely reminder.
Tags: Art, Comics, Kodansha Comics, Akane Shimizu


Radio presenter special version of PopMaster planned

BBC Radio 2 has announced a special radio presenter version of PopMaster, which will air on the station on Bank Holiday Monday at the end of this month. Instead of just being in its usual 10.30am slot, the feature will run through the day on 25th May, with separate rounds taking place from 7.35am to 5.30pm. Presenters taking part in the quiz will include Zoe Ball, Greg James, Dotun Adebayo and Magic’s Ronan Keating – as well as other as-yet-announced BBC and commercial radio hosts. Ken Bruce ...
Tags: Top, Bbc, Radio, Magic, Radio industry, Jeremy Vine, Claudia Winkleman, Ken, Dermot O Leary, BBC Radio, Steve Wright, Ronan Keating, Scott Mills, Ken Bruce, BBC Radio 2, Sara Cox


Demon Rape Hero Recruits a Demon Girl Army Through Rape

The concept of raping women into becoming friendly party members has played a prominent role in erotic RPG Demon Rape Hero, as the protagonist goes on an adventure recruiting monsters and demon girls into his army in order to vanquish the seemingly omnipresent Demon Lord. While the premise (or the concept of breeding women into […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Fetish, RPG, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Kemonomimi


‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Novelization Adds Needed Context to Jannah Meeting Lando Calrissian

Plenty of details about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker have been revealed in supplementary materials like the Visual Dictionary companion book and the novelization of the final chapter of the Skywalker saga. Now yet another detail has been revealed about a much-discussed and perplexing moment from the end of the film. In the final moments of The Rise of Skywalker, when the Resistance is celebrating victory over the First Order, Jannah (Naomi Ackie), the former First Order Stormtrooper turned ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Leia, Billy Dee Williams, Lando, Anakin Skywalker, Luke, Skywalker, Lando Calrissian, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Jannah, Calrissian, Naomi Ackie


Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Michael Worthington from HomeRover

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Michael Worthington from Brightdoor & HomeRover. Who are you and what do you do? My name is Michael Worthington and I am the co-founder and CEO of BrightDoor. Since co-founding the business, my primary focus has been leadership around product ideation as well as marketing and brand management. I am the creator of the newly released HomeRover livestream video home tour app. What problem does your product/service solve? Rea...
Tags: Interviews, Radio, Skype, Facetime, Michael, Home Tours, Michael Worthington, Brightdoor, HomeRover, UNC Chapel Hill was TV Film


‘Think Like a Dog’ Trailer: Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox Are Playing Parents Now in a Family Comedy

It’s never a surprise when Hollywood churns out another family comedy featuring an adorable talking dog. Nor is it a surprise that the director of said talking dog comedy is a fan of the Transformers franchise. But it is a little surprising to see Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox, two former Hollywood It stars, playing the good-natured parents of a young boy who invents a technology that allows him to talk to dogs in the Lionsgate comedy Think Like a Dog. Watch the Think Like a Dog trailer below. ...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Fox, Movie Trailers, Oliver, Henry, Josh-Duhamel, Kunal Nayyar, Megan-Fox, Duhamel, Family Films, Gabriel Bateman, Henry The, Todd Stashwick


Top 10 Best Final Fantasy VII Remake Heroines

The Final Fantasy VII Remake is still being hotly discussed online as one particular site ran a questionnaire asking its readers which female they label as “the best”; perhaps most befuddling of the results might be the presence of Barret. The ranking, comprised of 2,000 total votes: 1. Tifa – 892 votes 2. Aerith – […]
Tags: Games, Rankings, Anime, RPG, Remakes, Final Fantasy Vii, TIFA


Sequel Bits: ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2,’ ‘Happy Death Day 3,’ the Future of ‘Nightmare on Elm Street,’ and More

In this edition Sequel Bits: Sonic the Hedgehog director Jeff Fowler is waiting for Paramount to greenlight a sequel Jessica Rothe wants to complete the Happy Death Day trilogy Robert Englund on the future of Nightmare on Elm Street Michael Cera would love to do a Scott Pilgrim vs. the World sequel Despite the box office success of Sonic the Hedgehog, quietly becoming the biggest video game movie ever  domestically even amid the coronavirus pandemic, Paramount hasn’t yet greenlit a sequel...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Ash, Usa Today, Elijah Wood, Mia, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sam, Jamie Lee Curtis, Paramount, Edgar Wright, Chris, Michael Cera, Morgan, Jessica, Jonathan


‘Saturday Night Live At Home’ Ends Season 45 with Kristen Wiig Hosting, New York Dreams, and Guest Stars

Saturday Night Live concluding the 45th season this weekend is a little more bittersweet than usual. That’s because the late night sketch show was forced to wrap up with three editions of the remotely produced Saturday Night Live At Home, featuring all of the cast members doing sketches from the homes they’ve holed up in during quarantine. Thankfully, what will hopefully be the final edition of the show in this format was the best one yet, and it brought an array of guest stars, including Krist...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, New York City, Disney, Snl, Britney Spears, Cecily Strong, Kristen Wiig, Martin Short, Thompson, Kenan Thompson, Big Apple, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Fineman


The Quarantine Stream: Warren Beatty’s ‘Dick Tracy’ Is One of the Greatest Comic Book Movies

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Dick Tracy Where You Can Stream It: HBO Now/HBO Go The Pitch: Hard-boiled detective Dick Tracy (Warren Beatty, who also directs), based on the comic strip by Chester Gould, is searching for evidence that proves Alphonse “Big Boy” Caprice (Al Pacino) is the city’s most dangerous crime boss. He may have found the key to unravelin...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Tim Burton, Disney, Features, Roger Ebert, Stephen Sondheim, Broadway, Adaptation, Madonna, Warren Beatty, Batman, Al-Pacino, Sondheim


Resident Evil 8 Rumored to Be the “Darkest & Most Gruesome Yet”

More rumors regarding Resident Evil 8 have emerged by way of an allegedly “reliable” insider, who has asserted that the upcoming entry is the “darkest and most gruesome yet” in the franchise, a statement that many will likely consider as vastly overblown. The insider initially made this statement on Twitter while also declaring that the […]
Tags: Games, Drama, Horror, Rumors, Anime, Capcom, Resident Evil


Natalia Dyer is a Catholic Teen Being Awoken in 'Yes, God, Yes' Trailer

"I am sick being friends with a pervy psycho!" Vertical Entertainment has unveiled an official trailer for an indie coming-of-age, sexual awakening comedy called Yes, God, Yes, which originally premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year. This semi-autobiographical film is described as "a fresh, fun look at what solo explorations of sexuality can look like for a girl in the Midwest." Alice, a devout Catholic teen in the early 2000s, discovers her sexuality and the pleasures of masturbation...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Indies, To Watch, SXSW Film Festival, Midwest Alice, Natalia Dyer, Wolfgang Novogratz


‘Flash Gordon’ Getting a 4K Restored Blu-ray Collector’s Edition This Summer

The campy sci-fi classic Flash Gordon is finally getting the proper home video release it deserves. Based on the comic strip of the same name by Alex Raymond, the movie directed by Mike Hodges, starring Sam J. Jones, and featuring an epic soundtrack from the rock band Queen was a bit of a box office flop back in 1980 that attempted to capitalize on the popularity of sci-fi in the wake of the success of Star Wars. But now the movie is a cult classic, and it’s getting a 4K restoration that will b...
Tags: UK, Movies, Sci-fi, US, United States, Brian, Universal, Brian Blessed, Alex Ross, Flash Gordon, Gordon, TBC, Sam Jones, Alex Raymond, Howard Blake, Matt Ferguson


Trailer for John Adams & Toby Poser's Horror 'The Deeper You Dig'

"Something terrible happened to her." Dark Sky Pictures has released an official trailer for an indie horror titled The Deeper You Dig, which premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival last year, and also stopped by FrightFest and Fantastic Fest. "This journey into the underworld crawls under your skin and draws you into your deepest, darkest nightmares." Ivy and Echo are not your typical mother-daughter team. When reclusive Kurt moves down the road to restore a farmhouse, an accident leads to ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, John Adams, Kurt, To Watch, Toby Poser, Dark Sky Pictures, John Adams Toby Poser, Zelda Adams


First Look Review - FAIRYTALE

A 1950s suburban American housewife, played by a gay Italian man, has an existential crisis. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Hugo Awards: Middlegame

Middlegame is the fifth novel by Seanan McGuire (aka Mira Grant) to be nominated for a best novel Hugo Award. She's been nominated in and won the award in several other categories, but the best novel win has eluded her. Will this one do the trick? Roger and Dodger are twins bred for a specific (but secret) purpose by rogue alchemist James Reed (himself an alchemical creation, reminiscent of Frankenstein, that's been scheming for over a century on said secret purpose). Rodger is skilled in all t...
Tags: Movies, Buffy, New England, Benson, Hugo Awards, Reed, McGuire, Leigh, Frankenstein, Roger, Rodger, James Reed, Seanan McGuire, Mira Grant, Arts & Letters, Will Roger


‘America’s Next Top Model’ Judge Tyra Banks Blasted For Insensitive Remarks In Old Clip Revival

A clip from a 2006 episode of America's Next Top Model criticizing a contestant's tooth gap has come back to bite judge Tyra Banks. The clip showed Banks telling contestant Dani Evans that she would never attain the coveted "CoverGirl" status with a gap in her teeth. “So Danielle, you went to the dentist but […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, America, Danielle, Dani Evans


Michael Jordan's cars showcased in 'The Last Dance' documentary

Episodes 1 and 2 of The Last Dance, a 10-part documentary special about Michael Jordan, the Chicago Bulls, and the 1997-1998 season, was released at last on April 19, 2020. With unprecedented video access to MJ, who became averse to the media during his playing days, a byproduct from The Last Dance is a look at some of Jordan's cars. The photo above somewhat epitomizes one of the themes of The Last Dance.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Michael Jordan, Jordan, Chicago Bulls


Happy Mothers Day

To all you Moms out there. [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Our Fighting Forces #40 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Our Fighting Forces v1 #40, 1958 - A young GI is perplexed why seasoned soldiers never say anything, until he finally discovers for himself. An excellent opening splash leads the way into a sequence of well designed layouts. Combined with Joe Kubert's high level of detail and effort, this tale stands out in his long run on the series. If only the artist put as much energy into his [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Kamisama ni Natta Hi Assuming the Role of God

The third original animation project as part of the three-way collaboration between Key, Aniplex, and P.A. Works has at long last arrived in the form of Kamisama ni Natta Hi (The Day I Became a God), a series that will surely have watchers feeling all sorts of emotions. Announced through its own Twitter account and […]
Tags: Anime, Announcements, KEY, PV, Aniplex, P.A. Works, Kamisama, Kamisama ni Natta Hi, Kamisama ni Natta


8 Ways Ellen Ripley’s Aliens Arc Represents Unrivaled Maternal Instinct

8 Ways Ellen Ripley’s Arc in ‘Aliens’ Represents Unrivaled Maternal Instinct Mother’s Day is upon us; an occasion on which we celebrate mothers and their gargantuan influence on society. As we honor motherhood’s badassery, it seems only fitting that we also pay homage to one of the greatest maternal protagonists of all-time, Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver). First introduced in Ridley Scott’s 1979 classic, Alien, Ripley isn’t as formidable a force as she is in its sequel in 1986, James Cameron...
Tags: Movies, Aliens, Hulu, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Bishop, Gordon, Burke, Ripley, Taika Waititi, Gorman, Ellen Ripley, Jonesy, Hicks, ComingSoon, Xenomorph



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