Today: A Librarian in Conversation with Third Eye Comics

MAY 20 A Librarian in Conversation with Third Eye Comics Public · Hosted by Anne Arundel County Public Library Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 7 PM – 8 PM EDT Starts in about 3 hours Zoom Hosted by Anne Arundel County Public Library https://www.facebook.com/events/240504340518707/ Details Join us as we talk with Third Eye Comics about all things comics and graphic novels. Learn how you...
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20 May 2020 Playlist: Tremendous Satisfaction

Middle of the week now. Hang in there. Before we get to today’s playlist of delights, I just want to state for the record: Louis Armstrong looks like he’s having a great time while he’s singing. But it is harder than you would think to get a screengrab of him singing which doesn’t make him look like he’s in excruciating pain. More of Kermit the Frog and Jim Henson, this time on The Dick Cavett Show from 1971. Previously, we had given you Mawaan performing his M...
Tags: Music, Television, Movies, Stimuli, Brit, Netflix, Spike Lee, Dick Cavett, Louis Armstrong, Qi, Jim Henson, Fishbone, Greg Davies, Kermit The Frog, Sandi Toksvig, Umbrella Academy

Batman #346 - Don Newton art

Batman v1 #346, 1982 - For his first full Batman feature, Don Newton does a superlative job. Two-Face suddenly escapes prison and takes over a local halfway house. The artist employs plenty of dark, brooding shadows to create a film noir atmosphere. His layouts are varied just enough to maintain interest. Most significant is Newton's twisted portrait of Two-Face on the opening splash. Other [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Warren - publishers checklist

Warren Publishing 1957-83 Blazing Combat Creepy Eerie Monster World 1984 1994 Rook UFO and Aliens Comix Vampirella more on Wikipedia - - - - - - - - - - Home / Publishers [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Magical Girl of Massacre ~Makeup Riona~ Brutally Bred by Beasts

Another female is sent spiraling toward a new world in Magical Girl of Massacre ~Makeup Riona~, blessing the normal Riona with magical girl powers as she commits to a journey fraught with danger, monsters, and graphic rape. Riona is summoned to a fantasy world by a witch who explained that the schoolgirl’s virgin status is […]
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What The Heck Is Social Distancing Etiquette? Let’s Break It Down

Here’s a helpful guide, and how to make social distancing easier We hear or read the term “social distancing” probably ten times a day, but what does it actually mean? In order to follow proper social distancing guidelines, you have to stay six feet apart from others. So, that means: Don’t get into crowded elevators. Just wait your turn, man! If you’re walking your dog, move to the grass to let other people pass by. (And pick up your dog’s poop! Not for social distancing but j...
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Every Netflix Original Movie Coming in June

Here's your guide to the new Netflix movies coming next month. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Theme Park Bits: Disney Springs and CityWalk Reopening, Other Park Opening Dates, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Disney Springs and Universal Studios Orlando’s CityWalk have begun to reopen. The Disney Parks area have some new leaders. And more! As you’ve no doubt heard, Disney Springs has begun to reopen its doors, a few days after CityWalk at Universal Studios Orlando did the same. You may well have heard about a number of very angry commenters on this very blog post at the Disney Parks Blog, who are quite perturbed, let’s say, at the notion of having to protect ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Theme Parks, Walt Disney World, Josh, Orange County Register, Disney Springs, Disney Parks Blog, Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios Orlando, Disney Parks, Kevin Mayer, Disney Cruise Line, Bob Chapek, Citywalk, Disney Parks Experiences

‘Welcome to Chechnya’ Trailer: The LGBQT Sundance Documentary Premieres on HBO in June

David France‘s (How to Survive a Plague) Welcome to Chechnya debuted at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to critical raves, with the powerful LGBTQ documentary collecting the award for best editing and later, at Berlinale, winning the Panorama Audience Award for Best Documentary. The documentary will soon arrive on HBO, with the network announcing the June premiere date in the official Welcome to Chechnya trailer. Welcome to Chechnya Trailer Welcome to Chechnya delves into the anti-LG...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Documentary, Gay, Movie Trailers, Chechnya, Berlinale, David France, Abby Olcese, Welcome to Chechnya

Stand-Down Order

more like ass-ter sergeant amirite
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Superhero Bits: The History of Agent Coulson, Mysterio Survival Theory, Aquaman Didn’t Save Superman & More

Does Hush know that Bruce Wayne is Batman on Batwoman? Which comic book character mask has seen a huge boost in sales due to coronavirus? Could Mysterio have survived the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home? How is Agent Coulson back on the final season of Agents of SHIELD? Which WWE star would like a chance at playing Batwoman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. A promo for the upcoming season of Stargirl gives us an ever better look at the powerful, armored STRIPE suit. Ba...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Suicide Squad, Batwoman, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Avengers, MMA, Aquaman, Ruby Rose, Caroline Dries, Coulson, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Superhero Bits

Reimagination of the drive-in movie theater

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — The movie and entertainment industry has been hit incredibly hard by the fallout caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Movie and television production has been shut down across the globe and, along with it, movie theaters have gone dark. In the wake of the downturn of the industry, one enterprising event […]
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Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san Dakimakura Covers Definitely Don’t Suck

The occasionally saucy Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san has capitalized on sex appeal as some dakimakura covers can now be purchased, offering buyers affectionate illustrations of one of its two vampire girls or the human heroine. The intoxicating covers naturally contain each girl’s more reserved and normal attire while also being decorated with a more sensuous version […]
Tags: Vampires, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Otaku, Anime Goods, Dakimakura, Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san, Kyuuketsuki san Dakimakura

‘Edge of Seventeen’ TV Series Not Moving Forward at YouTube

Back in 2018, YouTube ordered a series pilot for a television adaptation of the indie darling The Edge of Seventeen. The film starred Hailee Steinfeld as high school junior Nadie as she deals with her own awkwardness, the trials and tribulations of teen life, and the complications of her best friend starting to date her older brother. But the YouTube series pilot brought in Orphan star Isabelle Fuhrmann to play a new character named Mira, who would have endured some of the same struggles. Unfor...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Instagram, Youtube, Teen, Hailee Steinfeld, Stx Entertainment, Mira, Lou, Oakes, The Edge of Seventeen, Kelly Fremon Craig, Annabel Oakes, Isabelle Fuhrmann, Nadie, Caillou Pettis

‘The Wanting Mare’ Trailer: A Digital Dream Produced by Shane Carruth

Anytime Shane Carruth lends his name and talents to a project, it’s worth paying attention to. The Primer and Upstream Color director serves as executive producer on The Wanting Mare, a film written and directed by Nicholas Ashe Bateman. Shot almost entirely in a storage unit in New Jersey, the film employs digital backgrounds to create a fantasy world that looks completely real. The tantalizing The Wanting Mare trailer below forgoes a traditional plot-explanation set-up and instead draws you i...
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Sailor Moon Redraw Inspires Hatsune Miku Redraw Illustrations

The Sailor Moon Redraw trend fervidly surging across Twitter has inspirited artists to try challenging each other to draw other things, such as Vocaloid songstress Hatsune Miku as an equally gargantuan deluge of illustrations for her have also crossed into social media. Contributors mostly focused on redrawing the illustration of Miku that was present on […]
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‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Director Issa Lopez Will Helm ‘Our Lady of Tears’ For Blumhouse

Issa López, director of the fantastic horror film Tigers Are Not Afraid, is teaming up with Blumhouse. López will helm Our Lady of Tears, based on an article about a case of mass hysteria that overtook an all-girls Catholic boarding school in Mexico City. Per the story, “Between October 2006 and June 2007, an outbreak swept through a Catholic school in Mexico. A piercing sensation in their legs. Nausea and fevers. Suicidal thoughts. What was afflicting more than 500 students of Girlstown?” D...
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Enter to Win a Copy of Brahms: The Boy II!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Enter to Win a Copy of Brahms: The Boy II! ComingSoon.net has teamed up with STXfilms and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to give away 5 copies of Brahms: The Boy II on Blu-ray! All you have to do to win is email your name with subject line “THE BOY” by Friday, May 22 to: [email protected] The spine-tingling and devilishly inventive follow up to The Boy is now available on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD! Click here to purchase Brahms: The Boy II on Blu-ray!...
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Daily Podcast: Snyder Cut Released, Mandalorian, Spider-Verse, Steven Soderbergh, Coronavirus and Ruby Rose leaving Batwoman

On the May 20, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Mandalorian, Snyder Cut, Spider-Man, Steven Soderbergh, Coronavirus and Ruby Rose leaving Batwoman. In The News: Peter: Exclusive: Timothy Olyphant Will Wear Boba Fett’s Iconic Armor in ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Chris: The Snyder Cut of ‘Justice L...
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Daily Podcast: Snyder Cut Released, Mandalorian, Spider-verse, Steven Soderberg, Coronavirus and Ruby Rose leaving Batwoman

On the May 20, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Mandalorian, Snyder Cut, Spider-Man, Steven Soderberg, Coronavirus and Ruby Rose leaving Batwoman. In The News: Peter: Exclusive: Timothy Olyphant Will Wear Boba Fett’s Iconic Armor in ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Chris: The Snyder Cut of ‘Justice Le...
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‘Wasp Network’, Directed by Olivier Assayas and Starring Penélope Cruz, Hits Netflix in June

Wasp Network, a new film from director Olivier Assayas, is headed to Netflix next month. Assayas’ film, which stars Penélope Cruz, follows Cuban spies in American territory during the 1990s, and had its premiere at last year’s Venice Film Festival before playing again at the New York Film Festival. In between festival appearances, Assayas re-edited the film. According to Variety, Wasp Network, starring Penélope Cruz, Édgar Ramírez, Wagner Moura, and Gael García Bernal, will hit Netflix on Ju...
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Else Blangsted, Who Fled the Nazis and Found a Hollywood Ending, Dies at 99

A top movie music editor who worked with Dave Grusin and Michel Legrand, she was haunted by the fate of her first child.
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Fowl Manor is Real as CS Visits the Set of Artemis Fowl

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Fowl Manor is Real as CS Visits the Set of Artemis Fowl Fowl Manor is real. For any long time reader of Eoin (pronounced ‘Ian’) Colfer’s Artemis Fowl series, that is more than just four random words strung together. It is a promise that his much beloved series focused on the exploits of the world youngest crime lord and his magical adventures is not only about to become real for the first time, but with all the care and attention one would hope for. RELATED: From the Set: ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Spain, Kenneth Branagh, Artemis, Guy Ritchie, Clay, Josh, Ken, Ian, Holly, Henley, Lep, Josh Gad, Gad, Agrabah

Video: The Secrets of Dok Ondar’s Den Of Antiquities in ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’

In the latest episode of Ordinary Adventures, Peter & Kitra take a virtual field trip to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to explore Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities! Dok-Ondar is a proprietor of the most notorious antiquities shop in the galaxy (located at Black Spire Outpost on the planet of Batuu). Every item in his shop has a story behind it, some more dangerous than others. Inside Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities there are many artifacts, relics, and treasures…. today we are only going to focus on som...
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Think we’re headed into a buyer’s market? Guess again

Four agents in Chicago, St. Louis and Dallas share how they're helping homebuyers navigate a seller's market marred by economic fear and the coronavirus.
Tags: Chicago, Radio, Dallas, Agent, St. Louis, Chicago St Louis, Markets & Economy, Select, Buyer's Market, Seller's Market, Sam Shaffer, Tiffany Burns, Coronavirus, Chicago Properties, Eddie Burns, Mark Gellman

Vampire Movie ‘Good Bad & Undead’ Will Star Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa

Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa, two actors who appeared on Game of Thrones (though they never shared a scene) are teaming up for the vampire flick Good Bad & Undead. Momoa will play a vampire who has made a pact to stop killing people while Dinklage will play Van Helsing, the legendary vampire hunter from Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Deadline has the scoop on Good Bad & Undead, which sounds like a movie I want to see immediately. In the movie, Dinklage is “Van Helsing, last in a long line of vampi...
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‘Confessional’ Trailer: The Truth Has Terrible Consequences in Shudder’s New Horror Film

Seven college students are about to confess some deep, dark secrets in Confessional, a new Shudder exclusive. In the film, students enter confessional booths like Catholics attending confession, or Real World contestants talking about their drunken exploits, and get more than they bargained for. The movie premieres on the horror streaming service next week, and we’re debuting a trailer below. Confessional Trailer  Back in my day, we used to have this show called The Real World. On that ...
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HBO Developing Series Adaptation of Martyna Majok’s Queens

HBO developing series adaptation of Martyna Majok’s Queens HBO has acquired the rights to the play Queens from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Martyna Majok (Cost of Living) for a series adaptation with Insecure writer, director and executive producer Prentice Penny attached, according to Deadline. RELATED: Young People: B.J. Novak Developing Multi-Cam Comedy for HBO Max The play, which first premiered Off-Broadway in early 2018, centered on the lives of two generations of immigrant wome...
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Michael Bay to Produce Pandemic Thriller Songbird

Michael Bay to produce pandemic thriller Songbird What’s better than living in a pandemic? Why, watching movies about pandemics, of course! At least, that’s what Michael Bay is hoping. According to Deadline, the Transformers director is set to team up with former Paramount production chief Adam Goodman to produce the low-budget pandemic thriller Songbird — and the film is expected to go behind the cameras within five weeks. RELATED: Yorgos Lanthimos Reuniting With The Favourite Scribe For Th...
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Coronavirus Entertainment Updates: Bane Masks See a Pandemic Boom, Drive-In Festival Comes to NYC, Japan Re-Opens Theaters With Classics

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic wears on, Hollywood and other industries are finding ways to cope with the rippling effects of shutdowns and quarantine. Some industries are seeing a surprising boom, like drive-in theaters or sellers of Bane masks from The Dark Knight Rises. Meanwhile, movie theaters in Japan are slowly re-opening by showing Hollywood classics like Ben-Hur, The Wizard of Oz, and Blade Runner. Coronavirus Entertainment Updates As state and local governments put in pl...
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