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Princess Connect! Re:Dive Episode 8 Impression

On this episode, the Gourmet Guild does more quests with small rewards. Later, they unofficially assist the Little Lyrical Guild for their first quest adventure. Okay, that was just plain adorable to see the Little Lyrical Guild girls finally get their own spotlight with the Gourmet Guild's assistance. It was hilarious to see Yuuki lead the three little girls and still be "useless". Also, seeing Pecorine, Kokkoro and Kyaru helping them from the behind the scenes is nice. Other than that, I liked...
Tags: Anime, Yuuki, Pecorine Kokkoro, Kyaru, Gourmet Guild, Little Lyrical Guild, Kyouka


Asylum #1 - Bernie Wrightson cover, Alex Nino art

Bernie Wrightson Asylum v1 #1, 1989 - In a gritty tale of the old west, a posse forms to hunt down a cold-blooded killer.  This is the first western tale by Alex Nino that I've seen, and a violent one at that. The layouts are sound but many of the illustrations falter. In delivering the full color cover, Bernie Wrightson does not disappoint with his grisly, horrific scene. Other artists in [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Bernie Wrightson, Alex Nino


KonoSuba Sheets Splay out the Girls in Tasteful Swimsuits

Lonely otaku in need of a bedtime companion need look no further as special “sleeping together sheets” have been produced for the KonoSuba series, posing its delectable girls in swimsuits onto comfortable sheets that will send any user into a pleasant slumber. MS Factory’s sleeping together sheets are 128×220cm in size and made of 100% […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Sleeping, Oppai, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, KONOSUBA, Mizugi


Jashin-chan Dropkick Upgrades the Heroine’s Wardrobe

Those that admire young Jashin will get to longingly gaze upon her again during Jashin-chan Dropkick as the second season’s latest episode revisits the past once more, with the episode then dressing up the violence-prone Yurine in seductive new attire that will certainly have some reconsidering her position on the hierarchy of the show’s most […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Nomad, Oppai, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Yurine, Pettanko, Dropkick, Jashin, Jashin-chan Dropkick, Dropkick Upgrades the Heroine


Questionable Motivations

seems likely
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Oldtaku no Radio #044 – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a gelling of past and present; an awakening; a transition (multiple transitions, really); and a handoff. But this movie, as an experience, is ultimately a visually enthralling, action- and emotionally packed exploration of what being a hero means to self and community and the means by which it takes for that to manifest. Join Jared and Ink as they babble on about the 2018 movie: all it accomplished, all it drew from, and, hopefully, all it will lead to. S...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Spider-Man, Ink, Netflix, Animation, Anime, Jared, Amazon Purchase, Radio Ink Jared Ink, Fandom Post, USA Magazine


Yotsuba&! Volume 14

The thing about Yotsuba&! is that I could pretty much repeat the first half of my review of the previous volume, because the series is that consistently good. It’s still the reading equivalent of really well done comfort food. There’s still a number of years between releases. It’s still about a child’s imagination mixed with humor and good feeling and family and the occasional moment of poignancy. The main difference with Yotsuba&! volume 14 comes in the activities Yotsuba and [...]
Tags: Feature, Comics, Yotsuba, Yen Press Manga Reviews


DC Super Hero Girls: Search for Atlantis

DC Super Hero Girls: Search for Atlantis is the last of the graphic novel line by the original pair of creators, writer Shea Fontana and artist Yancey Labat. It’s also the first tie-in release, as the first few pages, introducing Mera to the school for superhero students, reference the animated movie DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis. (In short, Mera was a bad guy, manipulated by her sister Siren so she can obtain the magical Book of Legends.) In [...]
Tags: Comics, Mera, DC / Vertigo, Shea Fontana, Yancey Labat


Oldtaku no Radio #043 – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a gelling of past and present; an awakening; a transition (multiple transitions, really); and a handoff. But this movie, as an experience, is ultimately a visually enthralling, action- and emotionally packed exploration of what being a hero means to self and community and the means by which it takes for that to manifest. Join Jared and Ink as they babble on about the 2018 movie: all it accomplished, all it drew from, and, hopefully, all it will lead to. S...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Spider-Man, Ink, Netflix, Animation, Anime, Jared, Amazon Purchase, Radio Ink Jared Ink, Fandom Post, USA Magazine


Flower Knight Girl Ramps up the Sexiness With a Rance Collaboration

Though it officially concluded some time ago, the rape-heavy Rance series is being commemorated by way of a collaboration with the equally lusty Flower Knight Girl, sure to have players wondering if sex scenes will be included. Flower Knight Girl, while available on smartphones, can also be enjoyed on PC, where the title has the […]
Tags: Games, Marketing, Smartphones, Anime, RPG, Pc Gaming, Rance, Casuals, Flower Knight Girl, Flower Knight Girl Ramps, Rance Collaboration


Japan Lifts the State of Emergency From All Prefectures

Perhaps thanks to the efforts of Japan’s citizens in adhering to social distancing (or possibly the sheer abundance of NEETs and hikikomori in the country), the government has lifted the state of emergency that was still in place for five prefectures due to the Wuhan Coronavirus. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe delivered this news, which affected […]
Tags: Health, Business, Japan, Politics, Shinzo Abe, Anime, Announcements, Coronavirus


Magnolia “Influential Women” Giveaway: Win Digital Download Codes for ‘RBG,’ Iris,’ ‘Kusama: Infinity,’ and More

Just as Saoirse Ronan so emphatically says in Little Women, “Women!” And in honor of women and the best female-centric documentaries in their library, Magnolia Pictures is hosting a giveaway of digital download codes with /Film. If you would like a free digital download code to films like RBG, the ultra-cool deep dive into Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life; or Iris, Albert Maysles’ tribute to eclectic interior designer Iris Apfel; or Kusama: Infinity, about game-changing Japanese...
Tags: Japan, Texas, Movies, Supreme Court, America, Bill, Contests, Toni Morrison, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Magnolia Pictures, Serena Williams, Iris, Venus, Magnolia, Serena, Saoirse Ronan


Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 9 Recap

Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 9 Recap In the previous episode of Cartoon Network’s Rick and Morty, Rick humbled Morty into accepting his vat-of-acid gambit. In Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 9, Rick interrupted a family camping trip to see a planet that he’d gotten pregnant. Gaia and Reggie Jerry, Beth, Summer, Morty, and Rick were in the car on the way to go camping. However, Rick got a sci-fi call from Gaia about the children that he’d fathered. Beth insisted that he take responsibili...
Tags: Adult Swim, TV, Movies, TV News, Cartoon Network, Recap, TV Recap, Gaïa, Reggie, Morty, Rick, Jerry, Beth, Rick And Morty, Morty Rick, Jerry Beth


‘Dear…’ Trailer: Fan Letters Reach The Celebrities That Inspired Them in Apple TV+ Series

A whole show centered around celebrities reading fan mail may strike an odd tone right now — especially after the infamous “Imagine” debacle — but Dear…, the new Apple TV+ series, is presenting itself as more than a self-congratulatory show about celebrity culture. Oprah Winfrey, Gloria Steinem, Spike Lee, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more get emotional as they read letters onscreen from fans who were inspired by their works. It’s the kind of weepy inspirational stuff that spotlights both the celebr...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Documentary, Oprah, Lin Manuel Miranda, Jane Goodall, Dear, Aly Raisman, TV Trailer, Dear Apple, R J Cutler Dear


Tsugumomo Always Uncontrollably Rambunctious

Tsugumomo‘s sex-fueled escapades have brought about further lewd scenes as one character showed off the ability to imitate other people, then subsequently teared off her clothes and ran around publicly in the nude – plenty more lascivious sights are also present for those not particularly enamored by plot. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Bathing, Oppai, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Zero-g, Tsugumomo


‘Solar Opposites’ Interview: Justin Roiland on Sci-Fi Gadgets, Hilarious Human Death, Potential Pupa Merchandise, Serial TV & More

The first season of Solar Opposites is now available to binge on Hulu. If you’ve already worked your way through the series, then you know it’s a brilliant animated comedy that has some of what makes Rick and Morty great, but mixes it with the classic family sitcom in a way that is somehow both insanely twisted and charmingly lighthearted. Since I loved the show so much, I was glad to speak with series co-creator Justin Roiland, who also co-created Rick and Morty, to discuss how working on Sola...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Interviews, South Park, Sci-fi, Earth, Animation, Hulu, Terry, Great Wall Of China, Mike, Ben, Morty, Rick, Rick And Morty, Dan Harmon


‘Chucky’ TV Series Will Blend the Horror of Original Film While Expanding the Ever-Changing ‘Child’s Play’ Saga

Child’s Play is a very fluid franchise, and that might be the key to its longevity. While other horror franchises have died off, Child’s Play is still going strong, even in the wake of an unnecessary remake. Don Mancini, who has been behind the series since the beginning, is now bringing the story of the killer Good Guy doll to TV with the Chucky TV series. The series remains shrouded in secrecy, but in a new interview, Mancini promises that the show will combine the more straightforward horror...
Tags: Film to TV, Horror, Syfy, Childs-Play, Chucky, Don Mancini


PlayStation Plus Users Can Get 'Call of Duty: WWII' For Free Tomorrow

PlayStation announced that it’s making its next round of PlayStation Plus freebies available a little early.Read more...
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Watch: Lonely Robot Short 'This Time Away' Starring Timothy Spall

"You can stay. For now." Make a short film about a robot, and we'll pretty much always feature it. Because everyone loves robots! Especially when they're nice and friendly and helpful. And not mean, no thank you, nice robots only. This Time Away is an excellent sci-fi / robo short film made by London-based filmmaker Magali Barbe that originally premiered at festivals in 2019. It's now available to watch online and I highly recommend giving this a quick 15 minutes of your time to enjoy. The s...
Tags: London, Movies, Sci-fi, Timothy Spall, Short Film, Nigel, Louise, To Watch, Magali Barbé, Jessica Ellerby, Azel Phara


‘Fright Night 2: New Blood’ is a Direct-to-Video Sequel to a Remake, So You Can Guess the Quality

(Welcome to DTV Descent, a series that explores the weird and wild world of direct-to-video sequels to theatrically released movies. This week, we head to Romania with the Countess of Bathory.) Vampires are a common threat in horror movies, some would say far too common (and yes that someone is me). So it should come as no surprise that they’re also a frequent antagonist in DTV horror sequels. This column has already covered the sequel to 30 Days of Night (2007), and there are more on the horiz...
Tags: Movies, Features, Romania, Las Vegas, Ed, Imogen Poots, Amy, Peter, Charley, Chris Sarandon, Jerry, Dave Franco, Tom Holland, Gerri, Craig Gillespie, Eduardo Rodriguez


First Trailer for Australian Romance 'Dirt Music' with Kelly MacDonald

"I already felt like a ghost… Figured why not become one." Universal Pictures Australia has released the first official trailer for a heart-wrenching romantic drama titled Dirt Music, the latest film from Australian filmmaker Gregor Jordan (of Buffalo Soldiers, Ned Kelly, The Informers, Unthinkable). Adapted from the novel by Tim Winton, the stunning landscape of Western Australia is the backdrop for an impassioned tale of love and grief. Talented Aussie actress Kelly MacDonald stars as Geor...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Western Australia, Tim Winton, Georgie, To Watch, Kelly Macdonald, Garret Hedlund, Gregor Jordan, Universal Pictures Australia, Lu Fox, Ava Caryofyllis


‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Renewed for Season 3

What We do in the Shadows, the TV series spun-off from the vampire mockumentary of the same name, will sink its teeth into a third season at FX. The network just renewed the show for season 3, promising more undead hijinks on Staten Island. Three more episodes remain in season 2, which is currently running on the network. I have a confession: I haven’t watched the What We Do in the Shadows TV series yet. I loved the movie and I’ve heard nothing but great things about the TV show, and yet…it ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Tilda Swinton, Hulu, Staten Island, What We Do In The Shadows, FX, Mark Hamill, Jim, Bonnie, Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, Film to TV, Laszlo, Nick Grad


Lowkey Trippin’ – Insecure Season 4, Episode 7 Recap

This post is in partnership with HBO. As always, thoughts and opinions are my own. The Run – Molly is at the Ethiopian restaurant being indecisive about her gluttony when she sees Issa come out the car. She hits that “look forward as if I see nothing” move we all know about but is then stunned when she sees her friend get back in the car and leave. Stunned! Andrew’s talking to his brother when Molly walks in, all puffed up and irritated. She tells him she saw Issa, who basically ran away from he...
Tags: Hbo, Molly, Mexico, La, Karen, BAE, Humor, Pope, Victor, Tv And Movies, Insecure, Lawrence, Andrew, Leah, Nathan, Mabel


Kevin Hart Says Wife “Held Me Accountable” Following Public Cheating Scandal, Working Through Infidelity “Wasn’t a Walk in the Park”

Two and half years after Kevin Hart publicly apologized for cheating on his pregnant wife, Hart is sharing how he and wife Eniko Parrish were able to move past his cheating scandal. Hart recently appeared on The School of Greatness podcast and said that the reason he and his wife are still together is because Parrish—who’s currently pregnant with their second child—was the one fighting for the new family they were building. “She came to an amazing conclusion of, ‘I like the fact that we have a f...
Tags: Celebs, Pop Culture, Jazz, Las Vegas, Kevin Hart, Hart, Eniko Parrish, Parrish, Celebrity Marriages, Montia Sabbag, Sabbag, The School of Greatness, Cheating Scandals


Tencent Assumes the Role of Largest Shareholder for Marvelous

It was recently divulged that the dreaded Tencent Holdings Ltd. will be purchasing a 20% stake in Marvelous (a developer and publisher of such esteemed franchises as Senran Kagura and Story of Seasons), yet another video game company that may soon be overtaken by the Chinese menace. A statement from Marvelous noted that Tencent is […]
Tags: Business, Games, Money, Tencent, Anime, Tencent Holdings Ltd, Marvelous


The Speakeasy #113: Anime Lockdown 2020, Sakura Wars, Vinland Saga

We discuss the first ever Anime Lockdown virtual convention, plus we talk about the new Sakura Wars anime, and wrap up The Case Files of Jeweler Richard and Vinland Saga. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/reversethieves/2020may_full.mp3 *Please forgive the audio quality of this episode as we get used to a new recording location.
Tags: Podcasts, Anime, Richard, The Speakeasy


Disney Parks Anniversary Celebrations – Up the Waterfall Episode 26

This week on Up the Waterfall, we explore the many Disney Parks anniversary celebrations. Most of these moments were televised as specials featuring stars of… The post Disney Parks Anniversary Celebrations – Up the Waterfall Episode 26 appeared first on ZANNALAND!.
Tags: Podcast, Parenting, Entertainment, Resorts, Disney Parks, Up the Waterfall, Up the Waterfall podcast, 100 Years Of Magic, 50 Golden 50's, Disney parks anniversary, Disney parks anniversary celebrations, Disneyland 50th, Walt Disney World 25th anniversary


CS Score! Reviews Intrada’s New Legends of the Fall 2-CD Set

CS Score! Reviews Intrada’s New Legends of the Fall 2-CD Set Hey, fellow film score lovers! I’ve had the pleasure of working from home during this weird time, which has given me plenty of opportunity to crank up the old soundtrack list. I listened to a lot of Danny Elfman and James Horner early on but have since started cranking the likes of Hans Zimmer and Tom Holkenberg as my life at home slowly evolves into madness. True story. RELATED: The 10 Best James Horner Scores Staying home also af...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Montana, House, Nba, Justice League, Batman, Tracee Ellis Ross, Ludlow, Zimmer, Donny Hathaway, Carter Burwell, Rodney, James Horner, Samuel


HBO Max’s New Looney Tunes Cartoons Episode Debuts Ahead of Launch

HBO Max’s New Looney Tunes Cartoons Episode Debuts Ahead of Launch HBO Max has released a new episode of its new series Looney Tunes Cartoons, featuring three brand-new shorts starring Tweety and Sylvester, Bugs and Elmer, and Daffy Duck. You can check out the full episode below! RELATED: Washed Up: Little Mermaid Sequel Series in the Works at Peacock Starring the cherished Looney Tunes characters, Looney Tunes Cartoons echoes the high production value and process of the original Looney Tunes...
Tags: Video, Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Warner Bros, Elmer, ComingSoon, Tweety, Warner Bros Animation, Sam Register, HBO Max, Looney Tunes Cartoons, Eric Bauza Jeff Bergman Bob Bergen, Fred Tasciore


The 10 Best James Horner Scores

The 10 Best James Horner Scores Full disclosure before we jump into this article: James Horner remains my all-time favorite film composer. For me, his work inspired countless short stories, helped during difficult times, and served as a powerful aid through long nights of endless homework from middle school to college. So much so that I was absolutely devastated when his life came to an early end on June 22, 2015, the loss of which, for me, was akin to losing a close friend. RELATED: CS Scor...
Tags: Movies, Avatar, Cameron, Titanic, Aliens, Khan, Mel Gibson, Jack, James Cameron, John Williams, Iris, Ron Howard, Bill Paxton, Feature Articles, Film Scores, Celine Dion



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