Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Tough Decisions at Tesla"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist, Mike Flugennock - "Tough Decisions At Tesla" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=2993 So... after a week or two of stomping his little feet and threatening to hold his breath until he turned blue, spoiled rotten rich punk Elon Musk re-opened his Tesla plant in California in defiance of that state's "stay-at-home" order, because he couldn't stand to lose a penny of profit on his overpriced electric hot rods. Subsequently, this past Tuesday, Sputnik ...
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"Graphix Panel: Tom Angleberger, Breena Bard, and Maria Scrivan" from Politics and Prose

"Graphix Panel: Tom Angleberger, Breena Bard, and Maria Scrivan" Carolyn Politics and Prose Live! May 14 2020 https://www.crowdcast.io/e/graphix-panel/1 Join us for an afternoon with three graphic novelists as they discuss their delightful new releases. Each artist will share their art onscreen or do a live drawing demonstration. In the first graphic novel starring the world-famous mystery-solving mouse, Geronimo Stilton tries to uncover the source of a terrible smell pe...
Tags: Comics, Washington Dc, Geronimo Stilton, Mike Rhode, Tom Angleberger Breena Bard, Maria Scrivan, New Mouse City Self, Carolyn Politics

Rosarium's e-books are half-price

The Rosarium Publishing  May 2020 Newsletter Read any of our works lately? Post a review on Amazon or ! We'd love to hear from you! It would be impossible to not acknowledge that the world is completely altered right now. Stay safe, everyone.  50% of all Rosarium Ebooks sale on our store! Use code ROSYFUTURES https://rosarium.bookstore.ipgbook.com/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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May 15: Draw a Cartoon You with Leslie Stein and The Believer

Topic Draw a Cartoon You with Leslie Stein and The Believer Description Learn to draw a cartoon portrait with cartoonist Leslie Stein and The Believer Time May 15, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAqdu2hqTIiGddTBPgiZTMEVOHUc39Yq0W1 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Donald Duck #81 - Cark Barks art

Walt Disney's Donald Duck v1 #81, 1961 - Carl Barks' final contribution to the series is a one-page story featuring Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge. When the old miser suffers from insomnia, his nephew gives him an idea that leads to a unique solution. Although well drawn and laid out, the page appears on the inside back cover. printed only in black and white. Other features include Chip n' Dale, [Author: Unknown]
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'The Last Dance' doesn't prove MJ's the GOAT

Michael Jordan may very well be the GOAT, but his influence on the ESPN documentary creates an inherent bias in the way it's presented.
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Livestream drawing: Come watch!

Pals! I'm gonna livestream draw a Sheldon tonight (Thursday) at 10PM Pacific Time! Come watch and ask questions and let's be best pals! https://www.twitch.tv/sheldoncomics
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All the Women Flash Their Pantsu in Plunderer

Plunderer has plunged into a mentally twisted state as the protagonist’s condition has worsened, not even responding to the wanton pantsu flashing of five striking maidens and eventually leading to catastrophic events. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Geek Toys, Anime, Blood, Oppai, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Plunderer

The Police Need Your Help Solving Ryan’s Murder!

You have all the clues you need - just make sure you don’t frame the wrong person The authorities have FINALLY arrived, but they still need your help to solve Ryan’s murder. Even though it is typically the police’s job to solve crimes, YOU have all the clues that will lead to Ryan’s killer, So now you must review your clues carefully and point out the Coop housemate that is responsible for Ryan’s death. HOWEVER, if you choose the wrong person, you will forever have to live with the fact...
Tags: Humor, Ryan, Katie, Bobby Moynihan, Devon Smith, Brian Huskey, Kat Curtis, 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, Derrick NICK VIALL

‘Back to the Future’ Reunion Prompts a Follow-Up Call from an Angry Fan, and There’s Something Very Familiar About This

Earlier this week, Back to the Future fans were treated to a reunion of the time travel trilogy’s cast and filmmakers thanks to Josh Gad‘s nostalgic, retrospective series Reunited Apart. The reunion featured Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, and some other cast members, as well as director Robert Zemeckis and writer Bob Gale. However, one cast member noticeably missing was Tom F. Wilson, who played bully Biff Tannen and his various incarnations in the sequels. In fact, Josh Gad g...
Tags: Comedy, LOL, Sci-Fi, Sequels, Universal, Back-to-the-Future, Josh-Gad, Reunited Apart, Tom F. Wilson

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Hayao Miyazaki’s New Film Still Has Years of Animation Left to Complete, Studio Ghibli Boss Toshio Suzuki Says

Hayao Miyazaki is a notoriously meticulous director. The formerly retired filmmaker oversees every key frame of his films, and has his hands on every part of the animation process. Naturally, that results in a famously slow production for many of the films of the legendary anime director behind Studio Ghibli classics like Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke and The Wind Rises. But they’re always worth the wait. However, Miyazaki fans breathlessly waiting for his new film, How Do You Live?, a comin...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Tokyo, Anime, Miyazaki, Hayao-Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, Caterpillar, Totoro, Suzuki, Mononoke, Toshio Suzuki, Studio Ghibi, How Do You Live, Genzaburo Yoshino, Koperu

Superhero Bits: ‘Superman & Lois’ Casts an Original Character, ‘Thor: Love & Thunder’ Charity Campaign & More

Want to go to the premiere of Thor: Love & Thunder with Chris Hemsworth? What did Harley Quinn showrunners have to say about The Snyder Cut jokes? Who is Inde Navarrette playing on Superman & Lois? Will Black Widow open in the UK before the US? Are you ready for The Flash season seven premiere to make you cry this fall? Are you pumped for X-Men movie Funko POPs? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s Totally Awesome Hulk popping up in an episode of Disney XD’s Spider-M...
Tags: UK, Movies, Agents Of Shield, Spider-Man, US, Black Widow, Harley Quinn, Batman, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Avengers, X-men, Cw, Hulk, Lois, Comic Book/Superhero

Furiosa Prequel Confirmed, Plus George Miller’s Next Set at MGM

Furiosa prequel confirmed, plus George Miller’s next set at MGM The five-year anniversary of George Miller’s Oscar-winning blockbuster smash Mad Max: Fury Road is here and while word has been swirling of Miller following it up with a film focused on Charlize Theron’s Imperator Furiosa, it appears he’s finally actively developing the spin-off as a prequel. (Via Entertainment Weekly) RELATED: Anya Taylor-Joy Being Considered for George Miller’s Furiosa Spin-Off In an extensive oral history o...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, New York Times, Tilda Swinton, Tom Hardy, MGM, Furiosa, Mad Max, Miller, George Miller, Max Rockatansky, Imperator Furiosa, Nicholas Hoult, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Charlize Theron, Zoe Kravitz

New Star Wars Manga Acquisitions Announced By Yen Press

New Star Wars manga acquisitions announced by Yen Press Join the Rebel Alliance as they launch an epic battle against the Galactic Empire in a pair of riveting new Star Wars manga taking place before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope. Yen Press, in collaboration with Lucasfilm, presents Star Wars Leia, Princess of Alderaan and Star Wars Rebels. Both ongoing series will be available in print and digital. RELATED: Katee Sackhoff Returning to Star Wars For The Mandalorian! Star Wars Leia, P...
Tags: Star Wars, Comics, Movies, Comic Books, Disney, Lucasfilm, Leia, Manga, Leia Organa, Ezra, Galactic Empire, Movie News, Kanan, Claudia Gray, Yen Press, Katee Sackhoff

Listen: ‘The Death of Dick Long’ Director Releases Free Audio Commentary

If you thought today was just a normal Thursday, think again: it’s Dick Long Day. The indie comedy The Death of Dick Long was one of the funniest movies of last year, and director Daniel Scheinert (one half of the directing duo Daniels, which jointly helmed the Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie Swiss Army Man) has taken to Twitter to share a free audio commentary, a homemade soundtrack, and reveal some fun trivia about the making of the film. Check it all out below. What is The Death of...
Tags: Movies, Alabama, Thriller, Nickelback, Daniel Radcliffe, Dick, South, Independent, Swiss Army, Daniels, Daniel Scheinert, Mystery/Suspense, Andy Hull, Dick Long, Coen Brothers Oscar, The Death of Dick Long

‘Running Scared’ Director Proposes a Big Change for Rotten Tomatoes: Filmmakers Get an Appeal on Ratings After Ten Years

Over the past ten or fifteen years, Rotten Tomatoes has bolstered its power and become one of the key arbiters of a film’s quality for millions of people around the world. A film’s Rotten Tomatoes score follows a movie around online, often being presented next to a title and giving potential viewers one more thing to think about before they click “play.” Running Scared director Wayne Kramer thinks that sucks. So he’s laid out a proposal to change the way things work, suggesting that after a fil...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Brooklyn, Mpaa, Rotten Tomatoes, Paul Walker, Michael Mann, Scarface, Kramer, Antoine Fuqua, Tony Scott, Fuqua, Tech Stuff, Wayne Kramer, Rotten Tomatoes Appeals JoBlo

‘Clouds’ Moves From a Warner Bros. Theatrical Release to Streaming on Disney+

In a surprising move, Clouds, a film that was originally supposed to be released theatrically by Warner Bros., will now go straight to Disney+. Moving a film from theaters to streaming isn’t the surprising part – we’re seeing a lot of that these days. But it’s curious that Warners would sell this off to another streaming service when they have their own streaming service – HBO Max – ready to launch this month. Disney+ just scored the rights to Clouds, a film that was originally set up at War...
Tags: Movies, Minnesota, Drama, Disney, Clouds, Rob, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, True Story, Laura, Justin, Zach, Justin Baldoni, Neve Campbell, Zach Sobiech, Laura Sobiech

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Sequel Will Be a Prequel About Young Furiosa

We’ve all been eagerly awaiting a follow-up to George Miller‘s gonzo action masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road, and it looks like we’re finally getting it. Eventually. Miller is still set to make the drama Three Thousand Years of Longing first, but after that’s in the can, he’s ready to return to the Mad Max world. And instead of a sequel, the next film is going to be a prequel focused on a younger Furiosa. This means – sadly – Charlize Theron isn’t returning. George Miller recently spoke to the...
Tags: Movies, New York Times, Sequels, Mel Gibson, Tom Hardy, Mad Max: Fury Road, Furiosa, Max, Miller, Martin Scorsese, George-Miller, Gibson, Colin Gibson, Charlize-Theron, Charlize, Theron

Hatsune Miku’s Magical Mirai 2020 in Osaka Postponed

The upcoming Osaka edition of Magical Mirai 2020 has been subjected to postponement out of concerns regarding the Coronavirus, news that will hardly astonish any person at this point as the fatal disease has been causing all major events to cease or be put on hold. The renowned Vocaloid event originally refused ticket purchases from […]
Tags: Health, Music, Japan, Events, Anime, Cancellations, Osaka, Hatsune Miku, Vocaloid, Coronavirus

‘Assassin’s Creed’ Composer Jesper Kyd Returns to Score ‘Valhalla’

Composer Jesper Kyd is returning to the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise. He will score the upcoming “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” alongside Sarah Schachner, who worked on “Assassin’s Creed: Origins” and, more recently, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.” Norwegian musician Einar Selvik will team with the pair to create original songs for the soundtrack. Fans of the original […]
Tags: Games, Musicians, Assassins Creed, Valhalla, Einar Selvik, Music for Screens, Sarah Schachner, Jesper Kyd, Assassins Creed: Valhalla

Sony Remains Committed to Theaters, But Open to VOD Releases

Hollywood is hoping against hope that movie theaters will be back up and running this summer. But what if they’re not? Most major studios are trying to save face with theater owners by stating their commitment to the theatrical experience. But if the theatrical experience as we know it is endangered, what are studios left with? Digital VOD releases, of course. And Sony Pictures knows that. We all want movie theaters to survive the current pandemic, but it’s not going to be easy. And while Ho...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Sony, Amc Theatres, Sony Pictures, Tenet, Deadline Sony

The new documentary ‘Spacedrop’ takes viewers inside a simulated space quarantine

“The first Asian Jew in fake space” — that’s how Josh Burstein introduced himself to me when we hopped on the phone earlier this week. The fake space in question is the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS), where NASA has been periodically isolating teams of astronauts to study how they respond to the stresses of space exploration — and where Burstein was stationed last year. Now he’s releasing a 37-minute documentary special about that experience, called “Spacedrop.” The spe...
Tags: Space, Media, Entertainment, Obama, Tech, Nasa, Hawaii, International Space Station, Moon, Mars, Charlie Sheen, Boba Fett, Mauna Loa, Amazon Prime Video, Burstein, Sbarro

‘Our Man From Jersey’ Will Star Mark Wahlberg as a “Blue Collar 007”

After the success of Spenser Confidential, Mark Wahlberg is heading back to Netflix for another action movie. The Oscar-nominee will star in Our Man From Jersey, a spy film about a guy described as a “blue collar 007.” Deadline brings the news about Our Man From Jersey, the pitch for which was acquired by Netflix for seven figures. The film will be produced by Wahlberg and his longtime collaborator Stephen Levinson. The two first worked together on HBO’s In Treatment, and have gone on to exec...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Wikipedia, America, Netflix, Mark-Wahlberg, James Bond, Kiefer Sutherland, Jersey, Levinson, Wahlberg, Action/Adventure, David Guggenheim, Stephen Levinson, Kurt Russell Santa Claus, Spenser Confidential

KonoSuba Fantastic Days Now Offering Loyal Maids

New collectible party members have graced the KonoSuba Fantastic Days smartphone game, with there being a maid theme as Miia and Amy try the job out for the first time and surely surprising players at how quickly the new update came. The gacha game is apparently trying to capitalize on its money mechanics as a […]
Tags: Trailer, Smartphones, Anime, RPG, Amy, Maids, Adaptations, KONOSUBA, Gacha, Casuals, MIIA, KonoSuba Fantastic Days

Aaron Rodgers will speak to reporters on Friday

Get your popcorn ready. And your Scotch. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers hasn't spoken publicly since the draft. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Rodgers will do so on Friday, at 2:00 p.m. CT. Rodgers has spoken privately to former Packers quarterback Brett Favre, and Favre's public characterization of the call has made it clear that [more]
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Sundance Now Unveils June TV & Movie Slate

Sundance Now Unveils June TV & Movie Slate Sundance Now has revealed their June slate, including the highly-anticipated fifth season of the espionage thriller The Bureau, the second season of the British psychological thriller Liar, the shocking finales of the Nordic psychological thriller Sanctuary and Bad Mothers, as well as star-studded films like The Hours and The Intervention. RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Solar Opposites Brings the Wit & Chaos in Justin Roiland’s New Series The Sundance...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Jamie Dornan, Montana, Mexico, Scotland, Boston, Virginia, India, Los Angeles, Siri, Bbc

‘Scoob!’ Clip: Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Meet The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt

Warner Bros. Animation’s Scoob! will be available for rental tomorrow, but before the film arrives, you can check out a clip of mystery-solving pals Scooby-Doo (Frank Welker) and Shaggy (Will Forte) coming face to face with two heroes in their world: The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt.  Scoob Clip In under 50 seconds, this Scoob! clip takes a shot at fan culture (by having Scooby and Shaggy not accept an updated version of a character they’re familiar with) and specifically incorporates the “l...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Animation, Mark Wahlberg, Warner Brothers, Video Clips, Daphne, Scooby Doo, Action/Adventure, Scooby, TV To Film Adaptation, Warner Bros Animation, Shaggy, Universal Warner Bros, Mystery Inc, Scoob

James Cameron Likes the First ‘Resident Evil’ Movie, Shaking Our Entire World-View

After decades of trying, Hollywood is still having a hard time producing good video game movies. Detective Pikachu is probably the best movie based on a video game, but beyond that, it’s pretty slim pickings out there. However, director James Cameron revealed that, during quarantine, he has taken solace in a surprising video game movie as one of his guilty pleasures: Resident Evil. The Avatar and Terminator filmmaker recently proclaimed his affinity for the video game adaptation from 2002, and ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Cameron, Sony, John Wayne, James-Cameron, Video Game, Michelle Rodriguez, Pikachu, Milla-Jovovich, Action/Adventure, Paul W. S. Anderson, Resident Evil, Screen Gems

‘The Blacklist’ Season Finale Will Be a Live-Action/Animation Hybrid

The Blacklist, a show that managed to last longer than I realized, is about to air its seventh season finale – in a surprising way. The episode was only halfway done shooting when production had to shut down due to the coronavirus, and rather than wait to finish filming it, a creative solution was employed: animation. The episode will be a blend of live-action and graphic novel-style animation, giving the world the cartoon James Spader it deserves. The Blacklist Season Finale  I’ve neve...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Nbc, James-Spader, Liz, F, Blues Brothers, Harry Lennix, The Blacklist

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