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SATIRE CAN SAVE US ALL episode 11: Special Guest Steve Brodner

SATIRE CAN SAVE US ALL episode 11: Special Guest Steve Brodner Kevin KAL Kallaughe Satire Can Save Us All June 9, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ohof_zf6zyc&t=20s The Economist's cartoonist Kevin KAL Kallaugher discusses creativity, art and politics with the great satirical illustrator Steve Br...
Tags: Comics, Economist, Mike Rhode, KEVIN KAL KALLAUGHER, Steve Brodner, Steve Brodner Kevin KAL Kallaughe


Ringo Kid #10 - Al Williamson art

Ringo Kid v1 #10, 1956 - A town bully more than meets his match when a gun-toting woman comes to town. Al Williamson draws one of his finest opening splashes, capturing the bully's utter dominance over the community. His pencils are augmented by Angelo Torres' capable inks. According to some sources, Torres did the entire last page himself. A mayoral figure on the bottom left is consistent with [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Torres, Al Williamson, Angelo Torres, Ringo Kid


Princess Connect! Re:Dive Experiences Significant Shrinkage

Princess Connect! Re:Dive is unstoppable when it comes to sating the desires of all types as its latest episode focuses on a cute girl who ends up shrinking down into a loli form, though the strangest part of the episode may undoubtedly be the pudding transformations. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Fantasy, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Pettanko, Nekomimi, Cygames, Cygames Pictures, Princess Connect! Re:Dive


Twins ownership commits $25 million in support of racial justice

Twins announce $25 million donation to racial justice causes in Minnesota.
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Temporary Processor Issues - RACS Store Site

Just a quick FYI to everyone, we're experiencing some payment gateway issues on the store currently. These issues are not on our end, but on our merchant processors end where orders are being allowed to authorize but then a false negative was being returned to the store which may not allow some orders to pass through to our secure server. Our processing bank is aware of the issue and is working on it. This means there will be some folks who placed orders between around 7pm EST last night and t...
Tags: Anime, Bob, Robert, Store Stuff, Technicians Corner


MixBox Streaming Program Coming Soon

Bandai Namco Arts will be launching a free streaming service called MixBox. The 24/7 service will feature video contents and songs under the Lantis music label. In addition, there will be a funding service for artists called MixUp!. Also, they will be having a 24 hour vimeo/YouTube live stream for beta testing on June 12. For more details, check out their official website and Twitter. Official Website: https://mixbox.live/Twitter (JP): https://twitter.com/Amane_LANVimeo Live Stream: https://vime...
Tags: Anime, Bandai Namco Arts


CALL & RESPONSE with Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle premieres next week on Funny Or Die and Blavity

FOD is partnering with Blavity Inc. to highlight, promote & amplify talented Black voices in comedy, hip-hop, and culture. Last year, Funny Or Die partnered with creators Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle to produce the Comedy Central TV show The New Negroes. The show’s mission was to highlight, promote, and amplify talented Black voices — both new and established — in comedy, hip-hop, and culture. Baron, Mike, and FOD believe this mission has always been important. Starting Tuesday, June ...
Tags: America, Humor, Funny Or Die, Black, Open Mike Eagle, Mike, Blavity, YouTube Twitter Facebook, Baron Vaughn, Comedy Central TV, FOD, Blavity Inc, Baron Mike, CallAndResponse Karen


Please Don't Cancel Zootopia: An Editorial

by Alexandra Bowman In light of the renewed conversation about racism in our country after the death of George Floyd, another sub-discussion has emerged. Works of art, films, and media properties with subjects relevant to the events of the past few weeks are being reexamined--and the 2016 Disney film Zootopia has once again become a topic of discussion. The film famously attempted to tackle about 45 social and political issues. It seems, at first glance, that racism is the one central ...
Tags: Comics, Stephen Colbert, Abc, Youtube, Washington, Censorship, Disney, Racism, United States, Egypt, Animation, Dreamworks, Donald Trump, Penguin Random House, Alex, NICK


Kobe Bryant To Receive Emmy Governors Award For Philanthrophy, Community, Inspiration

The Television Academy today has named basketball legend Kobe Bryant as the recipient of the 72nd Los Angeles Area Emmy Governors Award, recognizing his legacy of philanthropy, community building and inspiration that extended beyond the basketball court. The award is presented to an individual, company or organization that has made an outstanding, innovative, and visionary achievement […]
Tags: News, Celebrity, Kobe Bryant, Television Academy


Superhero Bits: Kate Kane Won’t Be Killed Off on ‘Batwoman’, Batman Gets His Own Bat-Train & More

Why won’t Batwoman kill off Kate Kane when Ruby Rose leaves the show? Are you ready for an Agent Carter reunion on Agents of SHIELD? Why does Gotham City have so many abandoned amusement parks? Which comics were nominated for 2020 GLAAD Media Awards? How did a teenage millionaire build his own Doc Ock arms? What was Spider-Man first called webhead? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Luke Wilson sits down to talk about his role in the latest DC Universe/The CW comic book a...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Spider-Man, Superman, Harley Quinn, Batwoman, Runaways, Gotham City, Batman, Thor, Luke Wilson, Cw, Ruby Rose, Caroline Dries, Punisher, Comic Book/Superhero


Amazon Developing Live Action Yakusoku no Neverland Series

Fox 21 Television Studios and Amazon Studios are producing a live action TV series for the highly traumatic Yakusoku no Neverland, though critics might find the production as a whole much more terrifying given the general overall quality that Western adaptations of anime tend to have. Variety was informed of this development and learned that […]
Tags: Amazon, Usa, TV, Anime, Announcements, Live Action, Adaptations, Yakusoku no Neverland, Fox 21 Television Studios and Amazon Studios


How to watch Sony’s PlayStation 5 event, and what to expect

It will stream live today on Twitch and YouTube
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Playstation, Sony, PlayStation 5


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European Police Bust Alleged Pirate Streaming Service With Over 2 Million Users

Sick of streaming paywalls and unending searches on multiple services to find where that one movie doesn’t cost five bucks? Seems like a whole lot of people in Europe are too. Police throughout the European Union have taken down a TV and movie streaming ring that they claim involved over 2 million subscribers, dozens…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Hbo, TV, Science, Technology, Crime, Movies, European Union, Netflix, Streaming, Piracy


European Police Bust Alleged Pirate Streaming Service With Over Two Million Users

Sick of streaming paywalls and unending searches on multiple services to find where that one movie doesn’t cost five bucks? Seems like a whole lot of people in Europe are too. Police throughout the European Union have taken down a TV and movie streaming ring that they claim involved over two million subscribers,…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Hbo, TV, Science, Technology, Crime, Movies, European Union, Netflix, Streaming, Piracy


‘The Changeling’ Remake Coming From ‘Taboo’ and ‘Hanna’ Director Anders Engström

The 1980 horror classic The Changeling is getting an update. Anders Engström, whose credits include episodes of Taboo and Hanna, will take on the ghost story of a musician who loses his wife and daughter in a car accident, and then moves into a house that turns out to be haunted. The original film, directed by Peter Medak, was released in 1980 and starred George C. Scott. The Changeling Cornerstone Films has had the rights to a Changeling remake since 2018, and they’re now shopping the ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Germany, New York City, Seattle, Cannes, Remakes, Dian Fossey, Michaels, Russell, Hanna, Peter Medak, Stefan Arndt, X Filme, The-changeling, Joel B Michaels


Hulu Moves Premiere Dates for ‘Love, Victor’ and ‘Taste the Nation’ to Give Juneteenth “Its Own Day in the Spotlight”

As nationwide protests against racial inequality continue, you’ve probably noticed that corporations are on high alert when it comes to anything involving race in America. Today’s example: Hulu initially planned to have the Taste the Nation and Love, Victor premiere date fall on June 19 this year, but this morning, the streaming service announced that it would be shifting those dates in order to give this year’s Juneteenth “its own day in the spotlight.” If you’re not sure what Juneteenth is al...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, Drama, Wikipedia, America, Atlanta, United States, Hulu, South, Simon, Abraham Lincoln, Padma Lakshmi, Ralph Ellison, Release Dates, Lift Every Voice


Disneyland to Reopen in Mid-July, in Time for the Park’s 65th Anniversary

July 17 isn’t just the day Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is expected to open and hopefully save American movie theaters from extinction. That date also marks the 65th anniversary of California’s Disneyland, the world’s first major theme park, and The Walt Disney Company isn’t going to let the coronavirus pandemic stop the celebration. Disney has announced that Disneyland and California Adventure will reopen on July 17, 2020, which is just a few days after Walt Disney World will open its gates in Fl...
Tags: Florida, Christopher Nolan, Movies, California, Time, Disney, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Hong Kong Disneyland, Disney World, Tenet, Magic Kingdom, The Walt Disney Company, Shanghai Disneyland, Hollywood Studios


The ‘Doctor Who’ Holiday Special Has Already Been Shot, Won’t Be Delayed by Coronavirus

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic put TV and movie productions around the world on hold, casting doubt on the future of dozens of ongoing TV shows. But, perhaps owing to the show’s gift with time travel, Doctor Who, won’t be one of those shows. The long-running BBC sci-fi series managed to film its upcoming holiday special, titled “Revolution of the Daleks,” right under the wire, wrapping shooting on the episode before the pandemic hit. This was confirmed by series star Mandip Gill, who plays...
Tags: Television, Movies, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Bbc, Graham, Radio Times, Ryan, Gill, Chris Chibnall, Chibnall, Bradley Walsh, Jodie Whittaker, Yasmin Khan, Mandip Gill


Upcoming Sony IMAX Releases Include ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’, ‘Venom 2’, ‘Morbius’, and ‘Uncharted’

Remember IMAX movies? You see, kids, once upon a time, we left our houses to go to movie theaters to watch stuff on the big screen! But if we wanted to watch movies on an even bigger screen, we’d head to an IMAX theater. And Sony just announced a whole slew of their upcoming features are getting the IMAX treatment, including Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and more. Sony has announced several of its upcoming titles that will also be screening in IMAX (we’ve confirmed th...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, IMAX, Release Dates, Sequels, Sony, Video Game, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Morbius, Uncharted, Venom: Let There Be Carnage


Chiisana Tsubomi no Sono Oku ni Conquers Another Three Girls

The male hero of Chiisana Tsubomi no Sono Oku ni seems to have an unbeatable alpha aura as he makes love to another three women in the ero-anime’s second episode, two of them being new beauties while the other is sloppy seconds from the first episode (proving the protagonist to be rather irresistible). While each […]
Tags: Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Chiisana Tsubomi no Sono Oku ni, Chiisana Tsubomi, Sono Oku


Theaters are ready to reopen, but is America ready to go back to the movies?

Last week, AMC marked its earnings report with a somber note. The movie theater giant warned of losses reaching up to $2.4 billion, courtesy of COVID-19-related closures, adding that “substantial doubt exists about our ability to continue as a going concern for a reasonable period of time.” AMC isn’t alone. The pandemic has had a devastating impact on theaters that rely on in-person foot traffic for the vast majority of their income. And as they’ve waited to reopen, some theaters have marked ...
Tags: Twitter, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, California, Cdc, New York City, Amc, Disney, America, Tech, Nbcuniversal, Sony, Selena Gomez


‘The Evil Dead’ Returns to Drive-In Theaters Across the Country Beginning This Weekend

Sam Raimi‘s 1981 independent horror classic The Evil Dead was billed as “the ultimate experience in grueling terror,” and now you can get scared all over again in the comfort of your own vehicle. The Evil Dead is returning to drive-in theaters across the United States, beginning this Saturday in Westbrook, Maine. Get the details below. We are bringing the original EVIL DEAD back to the Drive-In! Spread the word – 1st show this Sat. nite 6/13 @ Pride's Corner Drive-In, Westbrook ME @Groov...
Tags: Exhibition, Horror, Independent, Drive-In Theaters, Evil-Dead, Sam-Raimi, The Evil Dead


‘Crossing Swords’ Trailer: Hulu’s New Stop-Motion Series is a Raunchy Medieval Adventure

If you took Game of Thrones, ran it through a cutesy Playmobil-style filter, and put the executive producers of Robot Chicken behind it, you’d get Crossing Swords, the new stop-motion animated series coming to Hulu. Robot Chicken executive producers John Harvatine IV and Tom Root created and wrote the 10-episode stop-motion animated series, which taps into just the brand of goofy gore and raunchy jokes that their fans love, now in a medieval setting. Watch the Crossing Swords trailer below. ...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Television, Movies, Netflix, Animation, Game Of Thrones, Hulu, Playmobil, Patrick, Nicholas Hoult, Hoult, Robot Chicken, TV Trailer, Tara Strong, John Harvatine


Spastic Vampire Comedy Vlad Love Will Suck in At Least One Way

Another vampire-centric anime series will be gracing Japanese TV in the future as Vlad Love intends to deliver a nonstop barrage of comedy after a human girl has a chance encounter with a vampire, the show’s not at all serious nature bound to make it easily palatable amongst avid anime watchers. The hyperactive trailer that […]
Tags: Comedy, Vampires, Drive, Anime, Blood, PV, Production IG, Vlad Love


Fed moves likely to keep mortgage rates near historic lows for years

The U.S. Federal Reserve also intends to continue purchasing mortgage-backed securities, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Federal Reserve, Mortgage Rates, Fed, U S Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, Markets & Economy, Select, News Brief, Mortgage-Backed Securities


‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Will be the First Major Studio Wide Release of the Summer, Arriving Just Before ‘Tenet’

Everyone wants to be first. When it comes to re-opening movie theaters this summer, Warner Bros. has been hogging most of the limelight, with Tenet still poised to open on July 17. But Tenet isn’t going to be the first new movie this summer. There’s the Russell Crowe movie Unhinged, which is set for a limited release on July 1. And now Sony is throwing their hat into the ring with Broken Hearts Gallery, a film they’re now branding as “the first major studio wide release of the summer.” Sony ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, New York City, Bernadette Peters, Sony, Russell Crowe, Selena Gomez, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Lucy, Tenet, Natalie, Release Dates, Natalie Krinsky, Broken Heart Gallery, Broken Hearts Gallery


Daily Podcast: [email protected], Gone with the Wind, Evil Dead Now, Wanted 2, Dracula, AMC Theatres, and the Possible Death Blow to Theatrical Mid-Budget Movies

On the June 10, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Comic-Con at Home , Gone with the Wind , Evil Dead Now , Wanted 2 , Blumhouse’s Dracula , Hollywood resuming production, AMC Theatres reopening, and the potential death of theatrical mid-budget movies. In The News : HT: Comic-Con at Home Details: A...
Tags: Movies, Amc Theatres, Bram Stoker, Chris, Brad, Ben Pearson, Blumhouse, Timur Bekmambetov, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Mid Budget Films, HBO Max Library, Dracula AMC Theatres


‘Doom Patrol’ Season 2 Trailer: The Weirdest Superhero TV Show Out There is Back for Round Two

You know that scene in Toy Story when Woody and Buzz first encounter those toys that Sid has tortured? The ones that seem a little bizarre at first, but actually end up having good intentions and good hearts? The characters at the center of the DC television series Doom Patrol remind me of those toys: they’re a makeshift family of outcasts brought together by traumatic circumstances, and by god, they’re going to make the best of things. The Doom Patrol season 2 trailer has arrived, and it gives...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Dc, Cw, Woody, Sid, TIMOTHY DALTON, Brendan Fraser, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, TV Trailer, Alan Tudyk, Doom Patrol, Niles Caulder



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