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The Great Thank You search in the Post's Sunday funnies

DD Degg has the story - www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2020/06/07/the-big-thank-you-search-of-2020/ - and I'll mention to check the Arts & Style section for Mike du Jour and Nick Galifianakis. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Mike Rhode, Nick Galifianakis, Mike du Jour, Degg


The Big Thank You Search of 2020 video on Facebook live now

The Big Thank You Search of 2020 Comics Kingdom June 7 2020 https://www.facebook.com/TheComicsKingdom/videos/702537150579826/ Join Tea Foughner of Comics Kingdom, Richard Kirkman of Baby Blues Comic Strip (Official), The National Cartoonists Society President Jason Chatfield, and more cartoonists talk about thanking essential workers in the midst of the COVID crisis through the role of comics. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Mike Rhode, Jason Chatfield, Richard Kirkman


That darn Horsey, Lio, and Doonesbury

Readers critique The Post By Letters to the Editor   June 6, 2020: A21 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/readers-critique-the-post-dont-fan-fauci-fever/2020/06/04/cd54741a-a4e1-11ea-b473-04905b1af82b_story.html Stereotypes are no joke [Dave Horsey] Kevin Sweeney, Lio' leads the way Alesia Willow Montana,  I'm a "Doonesbury" fan Wendy Leibowitz [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Horsey Lio, Dave Horsey, Kevin Sweeney Lio, Alesia Willow Montana, Wendy Leibowitz


Battlestar Galactica #15 - Walt Simonson art & cover

Walt Simonson Battlestar Galactica v1 #15, 1980 - Responding to a deep space distress signal, Lt. Jolly and company are sent out to investigate. Walt Simonson chronicles Boomer's entry of an old spaceship, populated by mutated vermin. The artist employs larger panels and sequences, heightening the excitement. Kudos go to Klaus Janson for building upon Simonson's pencils without diminishing [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Boomer, Simonson, Klaus Janson, Walt Simonson, Walt Simonson Battlestar Galactica


Billboard Japan’s Top 10 Highest Selling Anime Songs for First Half of 2020

Avid listeners to songs that have been used in animation in some form or another will likely be interested in the results of this ranking, as it has ascertained the best-selling anime songs for the first half of 2020, many entries hailing from films as opposed to actual weekly shows. The ranking, which tracked sales […]
Tags: Frozen, Music, Japan, Rankings, OP, Doraemon, Anime, Ed, Video Gallery, Crayon Shin-chan, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Enen no Shouboutai


Yarichin Kateikyoushi Netori Houkoku Hatches a Wicked Plan

Yarichin Kateikyoushi Netori Houkoku has continued its story of betrayal as a “plan” is hatched to steal away both the focal wife and her daughter, enormous amounts of sex and depravity naturally being present and simultaneously used as a means of convincing the desirable women. Omake:
Tags: Adultery, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Yarichin Kateikyoushi Netori Houkoku, Yarichin Kateikyoushi Netori Houkoku Hatches


Ready For Prime Time

*mario voice* here we goooooo
Tags: Comics


Even More Resident Evil 8 Story & Gameplay Rumors Surface

More rumors regarding the story and gameplay of Resident Evil 8 have been leaked, information indicating that fans may have quite the compelling experience due to certain happenings and the horror-focused atmosphere (should they in fact be real). Characters from previous entries in the franchise will be making a return (as predicted), the questionable actions […]
Tags: Games, Internet, Horror, Rumors, Anime, Capcom, Resident Evil


Back Issue #120 Has LSH Info, Interview With KC

Legion of Super-Heroes fans, you’ll want to make sure to check out Back Issue #120, an issue of the comic history magazine dedicated to “heroes of tomorrow” — which means lots of Legion! KC Carlson (my husband and former long-running LSH editor) was interviewed for the lead article, a history of Mon-El/Valor. KC remembers how he first hired Adam Hughes and Stuart Immonen. Writer John Wells also talked to Mark Waid for the piece (and magazine editor Michael Eury is [...]
Tags: Comics, Mark Waid, John Wells, Adam Hughes, Books About Comics, Stuart Immonen, KC Carlson, Michael Eury, Mon El Valor KC


Doctor Who: The Runaway TARDIS

The latest Pop Classics storybook from Quirk Books is my favorite. Doctor Who: The Runaway TARDIS is, as with the others, illustrated by Kim Smith, who has a gorgeous, approachable, colorful style. The other credit is “based on the series by Chris Chibnall”, which means it’s the thirteenth Doctor, with a likeness to Jodie Whittaker. I’ve previously covered The Karate Kid and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and this follows the same pattern: The movie books retell the story, but the [...]
Tags: Feature, Comics, Chris Chibnall, Kim Smith, Other Prose, Jodie Whittaker


A Brief Complete History of Minx, DC’s Imprint for Girls

Minx was DC’s imprint aimed at teen girls, first announced in 2006. It ran for two years before being shuttered in fall 2008 due to distribution struggles (not reaching the bookstores they aimed for) and potentially, lack of interest. I thought I’d sum up its history and releases, now that it would have been old enough to have read itself. DC was somewhat late to the party, since Scholastic had already launched Graphix and there were tons of girls reading [...]
Tags: Feature, Comics, Dc, Scholastic, DC / Vertigo, Brief Complete History of Minx DC


Ruby Rose Quits Batwoman

This is one of those “shame we’ll never know” stories. The star of Batwoman, Ruby Rose, has left the show, and no one’s saying why, although there was a significant on-set injury during a stunt, and the typically regressive superhero audience harassed the actor off of Twitter. Warner will be replacing the lead role with a new, original character. According to Decider, “Ryan Wilder is about to become Batwoman. She’s likable, messy, a little goofy and untamed. She’s also nothing [...]
Tags: Comics, TV News, Ruby Rose, Twitter Warner, Batwoman Ruby Rose, Ryan Wilder


Kanojo Okarishimasu Promising a Humorously Romantic Tale

Yet another PV has been pumped out for romcom Kanojo Okarishimasu, this time with Chizuru mostly getting the spotlight as more scenes from the anime are paraded in front of watchers; the other girls also make an appearance to make for a rather all-encompassing advertisement. The (what is counted to be about the sixth) PV […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Relationships, Dating, Anime, TMS, Pantsu, PV, Adaptations, Chizuru, Enjo Kousai, Kanojo Okarishimasu


‘Batwoman’ Showrunner Explains Why the “Soap Opera Version” of Recasting Was Avoided

Ruby Rose stunned Batwoman fans recently with the announcement that she would not be returning to the titular role of the DC Comics superhero when the show returned for a second season on The CW. Since then, we’ve learned that Batwoman will not simply be recasting the role of Kate Kane, the maternal cousin of Bruce Wayne who picks up her own cape and cowl after Batman disappears. Instead, Batwoman will bring in a new character to pick up the mantle, and showrunner Caroline Dries explained why. ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, The Cw, Batwoman, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Cw, Ruby Rose, Ryan, Caroline Dries, Comic Book/Superhero, Kate Kane, Greg -LSB- Berlanti, Ryan Wilder


HBO Max’s ‘Looney Tunes Cartoons’ Don’t Give Guns to Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam

The launch of WarnerMedia’s new streaming service HBO Max came with a load of Looney Tunes Cartoons, a reboot of the classic Warner Bros. animated shorts that used to play in movie theaters until they became a staple of kids cartoon programming on syndicated television. The new Looney Tunes Cartoons are an impressive, delightful throwback to the timeless comedic spirit of those original shorts, but there’s one element of the classic cartoons that will not be making a comeback. The new Looney Tu...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, United States, Animation, New York Times, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Looney Tunes, Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, Fudd, Johnny Ryan, WarnerMedia, HBO Max, Looney Tunes Cartoons


Trailer for Baseball Doc 'Long Gone Summer' About Sosa vs McGwire

"Watching those two guys - it was poetry." ESPN has debuted the first official trailer for a baseball history documentary titled Long Gone Summer, another impressive ESPN "30 For 30" feature film offering from the big sports network. Director AJ Schnack takes viewers back to the landmark 1998 baseball season – its tremendous highlights, massive impact, and undeniable complications. Mark McGwire of the Cardinals and Sammy Sosa of the Cubs competed against each other in the 1998 season to beat...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Wilco, Documentaries, Espn, Jeff Tweedy, Cardinals, Cubs, Sosa, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa, McGwire, To Watch, AJ Schnack


Maho Saeki Ero-Figure Extremely Eager

An illustration made by Shunsaku Tomose is being transformed into an enticing new collectible as the wondrous Maho Saeki can be seen in a state of undress, stripping out of her school uniform and willing to do anything her perverted owner desires when she graces them in January of next year. Maho Saeki can be […]
Tags: Anime, Schoolgirls, Oppai, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Seifuku, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Pink Cat, Maho Saeki, Shunsaku Tomose


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Italianamerican’ Invites You to Spend Some Quality Time With the Scorsese Family

(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: Italianamerican Where You Can Stream It: The Criterion Channel The Pitch: In 1974, Martin Scorsese sat down with his parents, Catherine and Charles, and encouraged them to talk about their experiences as Italian immigrants in New York City. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: We could all use a little comfort food right now, ...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, America, Features, Italy, Philadelphia, Scorsese, Charles, Catherine, Martin-Scorsese, South Philadelphia, Vito Corleone, Joe Pesci, Netflix/Streaming Video, Featured Stories Sidebar


Micah Lyons & Tom Sizemore in Trailer for Crime Thriller 'The Runners'

"Who are you?" "El Diablo." Uncork'd Entertainment has released the trailer for the indie crime thriller titled The Runners, co-directed by actors / filmmakers Joey Loomis & Micah Lyons (both of whom star in the film, too). When his little sister is abducted from a homecoming after-party in rural East Texas, Ryan is in a race against the clock to save her before she disappears into the underworld of sex trafficking forever. Described as a "white-knuckle action-thriller", this hasn't shown an...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Indies, To Watch, Tom Sizemore, Micah Lyons, Joey Loomis Micah Lyons, East Texas Ryan, Swayde McCoy, Micah Lyons Tom Sizemore


Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Naman Trivedi from WattBuy

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Naman Trivedi from WattBuy. Who are you and what do you do? My name is Naman Trivedi and I’m the CEO of WattBuy. I founded the company to help millions of Americans choose cheaper, greener electricity plans and advance the global transition to a clean energy economy. I have been working in the energy space for about 8 years now. Through several experiences, I’ve come to believe that nudging citizens to make better decisio...
Tags: Interviews, US, Radio, Solar, Home Ownership, Forbes, Georgetown University, Naman, Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Naman Trivedi, Wattbuy


New Release Review [VOD/Digital] - THE GROUND BENEATH MY FEET

A workaholic consultant begins to lose her grasp on reality. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler


‘Peninsula’ Posters Try to Escape the Apocalypse of the ‘Train to Busan’ Sequel

In a normal world, Peninsula, the eagerly-awaited sequel to Train To Busan, would’ve already played at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. But of course, we don’t live in a normal world, and this year’s Cannes was canceled. Thankfully, we’ll eventually get to see Peninsula, but for now, let’s make do with two new posters. They’re appropriately moody without giving too much away, and that’s just the way we like it around here. Above you can see a new Peninsula poster, brandishing the highly-co...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Horror, Sequels, Korea, Poster, Busan, Seoul, Cannes, Peninsula, Yeon, Foreign Language, Peninsula Peninsula, Train to Busan, Yeon Sang, Busan Sequel


SPX Cancelled for 2020

The premier American small-press convention has been cancelled for this year. The Small Press Expo, held every September in Bethesda, Maryland, has been called off in 2020 due to COVID-19 (as it should be, given the amount of uncertainty). (By the by, I miss the spxpo.com URL, which has apparently been abandoned and claimed by squatters.) Their festival prize, the Ignatz Awards, will be streamed, held virtually. How voting will happen is still to be determined. Interested and eligible artists [....
Tags: Comics, Other, Bethesda Maryland, Small Press Expo


Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ has a rough launch

“Space Force” is a new Netflix series that reunites Steve Carell and Greg Daniels, the star and creative force behind the American version of “The Office.” And there’s an amazing supporting cast along for the ride, including John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy O. Yang, Fred Willard, Lisa Kudrow and Jane Lynch. But as we puzzle over on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, all of that only makes the show more disappointing. It’s not quite a disaster — “Space Force” is sporadicall...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Netflix, Jane Lynch, Steve Carell, Daniels, Carell, Greg Daniels, Trump Administration, Original Content Podcast, Space Force, Mark R Naird, Upload for Amazon


Betaal – season 1 – review

Directors: Patrick Graham & Nikhil Mahajan First Aired: 2020 Contains spoilers The Betaal is probably best known among genre fans, renamed as the vetala, in the Indian folkloric story named as Vikram and the Vampire when brought to the West by Sir Richard Burton. That Betaal was a story teller. Spelt baital, when discussed in Bane, it is described as half man/half bat and capable of possessing the dead and a consumer of human flesh and blood. Some of these traits survive through to this serie...
Tags: Movies, Wikipedia, India, Taunton, Cipd, Vikram, Naxal, Haq, Vampire, Communist Party of India, Vampiric Possession, Zompire, Tyagi, Sirohi, Prodosh, Vetala


Genshin Impact’s Final Closed Beta Test Imminent

Developer MiHoYo has announced the final closed beta tests for their upcoming free-to-play action RPG Genshin Impact. The game’s official Twitter account relayed the news that the final closed beta will be coming in July: Over the course of two months, Genshin Impact’s YouTube account has also released a series of previews and trailers for […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, China, Smartphones, Anime, Announcements, RPG, Pc Gaming, Beta, Video Gallery


Comic for June 06, 2020

Dilbert readers - Please visit Dilbert.com to read this feature. Due to changes with our feeds, we are now making this RSS feed a link to Dilbert.com.
Tags: Humor, Dilbert


Icon - Frank Frazetta retrospective book

Frank Frazetta  Icon, 1998 - Mostly original paintings, this retrospective is a must for Frazetta fans. Most of his Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella magazine covers are featured, along with his illustrations for various science fiction and fantasy books. His many paperback covers for Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian are thankfully included. Among the many notable inclusions is the poster art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Conan, Frank Frazetta, Robert E Howard, Ted Ignacio, Frazetta


You’ve got 7 seconds to sell — here’s how to maximize your listing

Even with COVID-19 restrictions, buyers still want to visit homes in person. They are, however, using online pictures, marketing and 3D tours to dramatically shortlist the homes they will actually visit. Here's how to make your listing stand out.
Tags: Radio


Major Gaming Events Postponed Due to Black Lives Matter Protests

Several major online gaming-related events have been officially postponed due to the ongoing American Black Lives Matters protests after the death of George Floyd. The events in question are GamesRadar’s “Future Games Show”, PC Gamer’s “PC Gaming Shows” and Electronic Arts’ “EA PLAY Live 2020”. All of these events have now been postponed by one […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Usa, Events, EA, Racism, Anime, Delays, Pc Gaming, George Floyd, Major Gaming Events Postponed Due, American Black Lives Matters



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