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Student journalist Alexandra Bowman wins SPJ award

Alexandra Bowman of Georgetown University is the National Winner in Editorial Cartooning in the United States by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) in the annual Mark of Excellence Awards. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, United States, Georgetown University, Mike Rhode, Society of Professional Journalists SPJ, Alexandra Bowman


PR: Fantom Comics partnering with Tiki Taco for "Curbside Pickup"

Fantom Comics and Tiki Taco DC ar e teaming up to serve our customers during the pandemic shutdown! Fantom will be allowing for pickup of paid customer orders through our friends downstairs at 2010 P Street NW.  Order and pay for your comics on fantomcomics.com and choose Tiki Taco as your delivery method to get a coupon for: "Buy a Taco Trio and get one extra taco for free (valid thru 7/31/2020)". Complete your purchase before 6:00 PM on Tuesday through Friday, and your package will be avai...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Fantom, Mike Rhode, Fantom Comics, Tiki Taco, Tiki Taco DC, Taco Trio


Dark Knight Strikes Again #2 - Frank Miller art & cover

Frank Miller Dark Knight Strikes Again v1 #2, 2001 - In Earth's dystopian future, Brainiac invades the planet (partnering with Lex Luthor), drawing out superheroes long thought dead. Green Arrow, Plastic Man, the original Captain Marvel and others join the fray alongside Superman, Batman, Flash and Wonder Woman. Pages and sequences are thoughtfully designed, including five double page [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Earth, Dc, Superhero, Miller, Lex Luthor, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio, 2000s


Green Lantern v2 #86 - Neal Adams art & cover, Alex Toth reprint

Neal Adams Green Lantern / Green Arrow v2 #86, 1970 - After discovering Speedy's heroin addiction, Green Arrow and Green Lantern try to address the drug problem firsthand. The thought-provoking cover shows the heroes overwhelmed by the enormity of the challenge. In this conclusion of a two-part storyline, Neal Adams takes great care in layout and pacing. One features a dramatic sequence framed [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Neal Adams, Alex Toth


Princess Harem Rears Proper Princesses Into Degeneracy

Those who have ever fantasized about being in a position of royalty will realize this concept in the erotic Princess Harem, as the title gives players the responsibility of turning three princesses from other kingdoms into wives that cannot think of anything other than sex. Taking on the role of a prince, the player meets […]
Tags: Games, Romance, Anime, Simulation, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels


Dashan Explains His Chinese Name

In my last article on How to Choose a Chinese Name: 4 Approaches, I used the example of Mark Rowswell, AKA 大山 (Dàshān). Mark and I have a history of correspondence, so I decided to get in touch by email and get his take. He provided quite a lot of background info (much more than I was expecting), so I thought it would be good to share. Ah, we were so young back then… The following is our exchange, starting with his reply. Mark (大山) wrote: 许大山 [Xǔ Dàshān] was the character name, b...
Tags: Celebrities, China, Language, Linguistics, Mark 大山, Mark Rowswell, Dashan, Chinese name, Da Shan


Enchanting Fox Girl Ahri of League of Legends Rides Outdoors

Men with a fondness for fox girls or merely the salacious Ahri of online game League of Legends may find this erotic animation of her to be satisfactory as it has the bold woman riding a random male outdoors with no sense of shame, a frequent scenario in the erotic medium that has yet to […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Anime, League Of Legends, Oppai, Oshiri, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Fox Girl Ahri of League of Legends Rides Outdoors


Superhero Bits: ‘Titans’ Spin-Off Rumors, Watch the Batmobile Documentary, Quicksilver Concept Art & More

Could there be more spin-offs from Titans on the way to DC Universe? Why did Batwoman copy a Wikipedia article? Who does Rob Liefeld want to see play John Prophet? Want to watch The Batmobile Documentary? Who did Matthew Vaughn reportedly consider to play Superman? Want to learn how to draw Iron Man from a Marvel Comics artist? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Go behind the scenes of “A Secret Kept From All the Rest,” the latest episode from the first season of Batwoman...
Tags: Movies, Wikipedia, Agents Of Shield, Superman, Batwoman, Batman, Thor, Avengers, X-men, Daredevil, Patton Oswalt, Cw, Prophet, Loki, Titans, Koenig


Peer Decompression

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‘At-Home Variety Show’ Will Bring Star-Studded Performances to the Peacock Streaming Service, With Seth MacFarlane Hosting

At a time when variety and talk shows have started to dry up, Peacock is flying in to the rescue. NBC’s streaming service announced The At Home Variety Show, a short-form comedy series hosted by Seth MacFarlane and featuring a star-studded line-up of NBCUniversal stars that will aid coronavirus (COVID-19) relief efforts. It’s uncertain how Peacock will fare in the increasingly crowded streaming wars, but one thing that NBC’s upcoming streaming service has at its disposal is a butt load of be...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nbc, Seth-MacFarlane, Larry Wilmore, Bill Mcgoldrick, United Way, Peacock, Macfarlane, Tony Shalhoub, Bella Twins, At Home Variety Show, Home Variety Show, Feeding America Americares


Action Presidents Return in Color!

I love non-fiction comics, particularly those that manage to both educate and entertain. I thought Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey’s Action Presidents! books were an excellent example of that when I reviewed them in 2018. Next month, there will be even more of their humorous history to enjoy. The two existing books, covering George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, will be reissued in color, and two new Presidents, Theodore Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, will join the series. I was [...]
Tags: Comics, John F Kennedy, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Comic News, Fred Van Lente, Ryan Dunlavey


The Scrapped ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Movie From the Early ’00s Was “The Darkest Thing You’d Ever Seen,” Akiva Goldsman Says

There are dozens of Hollywood projects that never happened, but few are spoken of so wistfully as the superhero movies that were scrapped. From the Nicolas Cage-starring Superman Lives to Guillermo del Toro’s Justice League Dark, there have been articles and even documentaries covering them. Longtime screenwriter, producer, and director Akiva Goldsman is shedding some light on one of those scrapped superhero projects — the original Batman vs. Superman movie from the early 2000s that was set to ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Superman, World, Colin Farrell, Batman, Warner Bros, Jude Law, Warner Brothers, Alfred, Bruce, Guillermo, Wolfgang Petersen, Screenwriting, Comic Book/Superhero, Batman Vs. Superman


Redfin co-founder sues company over patent infringement

David Eraker claims Redfin has stolen his intellectual property and cost him millions of dollars in the process.
Tags: Lawsuit, Technology, Ipo, Court, Radio, Matterport, Madrona Venture Group, Convoy, Redfin, Glenn Kelman, Industry News, Federal Court, Surefield, Brokerage, Select, Pandemic


‘Hannah Gadsby: Douglas’ Trailer: The Stand-Up Comedian Returns to Netflix After the Success of ‘Nanette’

Two years ago, Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby took the world by storm with her Netflix stand-up special Nanette, an unconventional mixture of comedy and tragedy which earned rave reviews and scored Gadsby an Emmy for Outstanding Writing and a Peabody Award to boot. Now she’s heading back to the streaming service with Hannah Gadsby: Douglas, a new special which directly addresses Nanette‘s success and continues to explore other humorous corners of Gadsby’s brain. Watch the trailer below. H...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Australia, Netflix, Douglas, Nanette, TV Trailer, Gadsby, Hannah Gadsby, Douglas Trailer Nanette


Josh Gad to Lead Roland Emmerich’s Moonfall

Josh Gad to lead Roland Emmerich’s Moonfall When it comes to disaster movies, Roland Emmerich is generally your go-to director and now his upcoming project Moonfall is starting to take shape as Artemis Fowl and Frozen star Josh Gad has signed on to lead the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Lionsgate Lands Rights to Roland Emmerich’s Sci-Fi Action Film Moonfall In Moonfall, a mysterious force that knocks the Moon from its orbit around Earth and sends it hurtling on a coll...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Earth, Steven Spielberg, Roland Emmerich, Emmerich, Centrópolis, Josh Gad, Gad, Midway, Movie News, Kloser, Spenser Cohen, Harald Kloser, Moonfall, Roland Emmerich Movies Ranked Emmerich


The Xbox Series X Has 60 FPS As 'Standard', But It's Not Guaranteed

After Ubisoft confirmed today that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will run on the Xbox Series X at a minimum of only 30 frames-per-second, people are wondering what they can expect from Microsoft’s new gaming console. The answer is not constant 60 fps gaming. Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, FPS, Xbox, Kotakucore, Ubisoft, 60fps, Xbox Series X, Creed Valhalla, Assassins Creed Valhalla


Future of movie theaters post covid

Earlier this week , Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirmed that the highly anticipated theatrical release of the live-action remake of Mulan would move ahead as planned on July 24. Spirits bolstered by solid ticket sales at the newly reopened Disney park in Shanghai, Chapek told CNBC, “We very much believe in the value of the theatrical experience overall to launch blockbuster movies,” and that there is a “pent-up demand” for movies to return to theaters. These words sound like the final plea of a de...
Tags: Travel, Movies, Amc, Disney, Nasa, Cnn, Netflix, Michael Jordan, Shanghai, Nba, Espn, Cnbc, Hamilton, All, Lin Manuel Miranda, AMC Theaters


Jashin-chan Dropkick Masters the Art of Cooking

Jashin-chan Dropkick has rewarded faithful viewers with another salvo of comedic content, introducing angel idols, more scenes with new Chinese girl Kyon-Kyon as well as some heartfelt cooking with Medusa and Yurine (where Jashin-chan is fried alive). Omake:
Tags: Food, Music, Comedy, Dancing, Anime, Nomad, Idol, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Yurine, Dropkick, Jashin, Jashin-chan Dropkick, Kyon Kyon


ERA broker pays for delivery of 15,000 flowers to NYC medical workers

The Utah-based brokerage teamed up with Milgro nursery to deliver flowers to 13 hospitals in New York as a show of gratitude.
Tags: Utah, New York, NYC, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, ERA, Select, Neil Walter, Agents Giving Back, Coronavirus, Milgro


‘Fantastic Four’ Director Tim Story to Return to Superhero Movies with ‘Night Wolf’, Starring Kevin Hart

A decade before Josh Trank’s disastrous Fantastic Four film hit theaters, director Tim Story tackled Marvel’s First Family in a colorful, breezy, largely forgettable comic book movie. He directed a sequel two years later and has since been out of the superhero realm altogether, but now it looks like he’s found his re-entry point. Story is currently in negotiations to direct Night Wolf, which will reunite him with his frequent star Kevin Hart and aims to put a new spin on cinematic superhero sto...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Story, Kevin-Hart, Warner Bros, Deadline, Forest Whitaker, Denzel Washington, Stx Entertainment, Tim-Story, Tom, Hart, Jerry, Josh Trank, Comic Book/Superhero, Dan Hernandez


ERA broker pays for delivery of 15K flowers to NYC medical workers

The Utah-based brokerage teamed up with Milgro nursery to deliver flowers to 13 hospitals in New York as a show of gratitude.
Tags: Utah, New York, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, ERA, Select, Neil Walter, Agents Giving Back, Coronavirus, Milgro


‘Inuyasha’ is Getting an Anime Sequel About Inuyasha and Sesshomaru’s Daughters

Inuyasha was one of the biggest animes of the early 2000s. Coming right at the height of the global anime wave of the ’90s and 2000s, the Rumiko Takahashi-created series converted many a young anime fan (including yours truly) with its fantastical action-adventure story about a contemporary Japanese teenager who gets trapped in feudal Japan. The anime was one of the iconic globally popular animes, preceding the likes of Bleach, Naruto, One Piece, and the current shonen anime king, My Hero Acade...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, Sequels, North, Anime, Takahashi, SOTA, VIZ Media, Action/Adventure, Setsuna, TOWA, Rumiko Takahashi, Maison Ikkoku, Ranma, Inuyasha


‘Sweet Tooth’: Robert Downey Jr. to Executive Produce Netflix Adaptation of Vertigo Comic

Robert Downey Jr. and his Team Downey production company are heading to Netflix. Downey Jr. and his wife and producing partner Susan Downey are set to executive produce a live-action adaptation of Sweet Tooth, a Vertigo comic series about human/animal hybrids set in a post-apocalyptic world. Jim Mickle, who’s behind shows like Hap and Leonard and movies like In the Shadow of the Moon, will serve as a director and will be a co-showrunner alongside Beth Schwartz (The CW’s Arrow). Get all of the d...
Tags: Movies, Robert-Downey-Jr, Netflix, Adaptation, Dc, Hulu, Cw, Sweet Tooth, Jeff Lemire, Schwartz, Downey, Leonard, Hart of Dixie, Mickle, Comic Book/Superhero, Hap


May 12 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW May 12 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s May 12 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 Birds of Prey When one of Gotham’s most sinister villains, Roman Sionis, puts a target on a young girl named Cass ; Harley teams up with Huntress, Canary and Renee Montoya to take Roman down...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, Horror, Digital, Gotham, Chicago, New York Times, Brighton, Broadway, TV News, Bill Cunningham, Bruce Lee, Blu-ray, Dvd, Hayao Miyazaki


Kung Fu Reboot Gets Full Series Order At CW

Kung Fu reboot gets full series order at CW A few months after landing Legacies alum Olivia Liang to lead the reboot pilot of the David Carradine-led martial arts series, The CW has picked up Kung Fu for a full series from Warner Bros. TV, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Legacies’ Olivia Liang To Lead CW’s Kung Fu Reboot Tzi Ma (Mulan) and Kheng Hua Tan (Crazy Rich Asians) are set to play the roles of Jin Chen and Mei-Lei, who are the young female lead’s parents. They’re desc...
Tags: TV, Movies, China, Kung Fu, Fox, TV News, The Cw, Kim, Quinn, Cw, David Carradine, Blindspot, Herman Miller, Greg Berlanti, Warner Bros TV, Berlanti


RE/MAX Integra providing branded masks to its brokerages

The independently owned Canadian subfranchisor of RE/MAX is supplying reusable 'RE/MASKS' to all of its North American brokerages.
Tags: Lifestyle, Radio, Mike Jones, Integra, Brokerage, Face Masks, PPE, Fiona Petrie, Re/max Integra, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Home Showings


What Do We Lose When Cannes Is Canceled?

With no Riviera red carpets to trip over, our film writers discuss what the festival means to movies, moviegoers and especially Hollywood at this pivotal moment.
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, France, Riviera, Cannes, Thierry, Fremaux, Cannes International Film Festival, Parasite (Movie, Quarantine (Life and Culture, The Immigrant (Movie


Federal agencies launch COVID-19 housing assistance website

The website outlines all of the housing protections included in the CARES Act and offers tools to help homeowners and renters.
Tags: Regulations, Radio, Washington Dc, Hud, Ben Carson, CFPB, FHFA, Select, Kathleen Kraninger, CARES Act



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