Slay the Spire Mobile Release

Recently, Slay the Spire mobile got released on the app store. The game is a highly popular PC/console rogue-like deckbuilder RPG that got ported to mobile. Also, it got released in Japan with Japanese language option. Price is $9.99 or ¥1,220. For more details, check out the app store page. Here's a trailer.iOS: https://apps.apple.com/app/slay-the-spire/id1491530147Official Website: https://www.humblegames.com/games/slaythespire/
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Editorial Cartoon by Steve Artley

Recent Cartoon ( click on Image for larger view) "Debased Names" [Author: artleytoons]
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Princess Connect! Re:Dive Episode 11 Impression

On this episode, the Gourmet Guild does some daily errands and repairs Kyaru's favorite doll. Meanwhile, the Shadows attack the town and Labyrinth Guild counters them. Wow, seeing Shizuru's and Rino's introduction is very hilarious and especially their headbutt scenes. Also, I liked how Yuuki becomes much more independent and continues randomly meeting other people. Other than that, the after credit scene is great since they another character. Now what's going to be the next plot? I'll be defini...
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Doctor Strange v2 #2 - Frank Brunner art & cover

Frank Brunner Doctor Strange v2 #2, 1974 - While Clea is held hostage by Silver Dagger, Doctor Strange finds himself trapped within the Orb of Agamotto. The eye-catching Frank Brunner cover touts the guest appearance of the Defenders. Inside, the artist does a terrific job capturing the illusory settings and characters. A double-page spread shows various super-heroes placed in a medieval [Author: Unknown]
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Star Renegades Animated Trailer Tells a Heart-Wrenching Tale

Those on the lookout for another strategy RPG to further stimulate their thinking muscles may be infatuated with Star Renegades, as its latest trailer not only showcases gameplay but also some impressive animated segments that will easily win over certain crowds. The game’s official Steam page gave a rundown of its premise and features: Star […]
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This “Pretty Good” Father’s Day Gift Brought This Dad To Tears

Who knew Old Spice could make a guy so emotional? “There’s no such thing as the “perfect” Father’s Day gift.” That is something someone who didn’t get their dad a gift from the Old Spice Buried Scentiments Collection might say. This Father’s Day, give Dad a gift that literally tells him how much he’s appreciated by you — aka, the perfect Father’s Day gift. [Author: Old Spice]
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‘Back to the Future Part III’: Drew Struzan’s Iconic Poster & Unreleased Alternate Design Get a Screenprint

If you’ve been to a movie theater in the United States during any period starting from the 1970s and lasting all the way up until today, there’s a very good chance you’re at least passingly familiar with the work of legendary poster artist Drew Struzan. His movie posters are some of the most iconic in history, and over the past few years, our friends at New York City’s Bottleneck Gallery has teamed up with him to translate some of his gorgeous paintings into screenprints. Now Bottleneck is back...
Tags: Art, Movies, Sci-fi, United States, Sequels, Universal, Poster, Drew, Drew-Struzan, Action/Adventure, Bottleneck Gallery, Struzan, Back to the Future Part 3, Back to the Future Part III, New York City s Bottleneck Gallery, Drew Struzan Screen

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V.O.A. Directors Resign After Bannon Ally Takes Charge of U.S. Media Agency

Amanda Bennett and Sandra Sugawara told Voice of America employees that they had offered their resignations to Michael Pack, a conservative activist pushed by President Trump.
Tags: Television, News, Radio, Pack, Michael, Trump, Bennett, Amanda, Sandra, Voice of America, Bannon, Amanda Bennett, Appointments and Executive Changes, Sugawara, United States Politics and Government, Donald J

30-Year-Old Babysitter Arrested for Indecently Groping Child

A babysitter has defied the trust of a concerned parent as the 30-year-old male was arrested for committing obscene acts to the mother’s 5-year-old daughter, and sure to immediately lower the reputation of the worker’s place of employment. Arrested by Tokyo police, the 30-year-old male babysitter is suspected of groping the body of a 5-year-old […]
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‘Floor is Lava’ Trailer: The Pastime of Bored Children Everywhere is Now a Netflix Game Show

Around 500,000 years ago, Homo erectus engraved symbols on shells. During the Upper Paleolithic period, cave painting was invented. Now, in the year 2020, art has hit its pinnacle. There’s nowhere left to go from here folks, so all artists and creatives might as well pack it in. Because this Friday, Netflix is unleashing Floor is Lava, a game show based on the popular children’s game of jumping up and down on the furniture while making a ruckus. Floor is Lava Trailer  Yes, Floor is Lava...
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Superhero Bits: Justice Con Coming in July, Watch Superman Documentary ‘Look, Up in the Sky’ & More

Why is there an HBO Max superhero comic book series? Want to look around Kamala Khan‘s room from Marvel’s Avengers video game? Did you hear about Justice Con happening virtually next month? Want to watch the Superman documentary Look, Up in the Sky for free? How did Captain America: The First Avenger get roped into a coronavirus conspiracy theory? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. HBO Max has been turned into an official comic book superhero in one of the dumbest pieces of...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Ben Affleck, Spider-Man, Superman, Suicide Squad, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Thor, Avengers, Marisa Tomei, Kamala, Zack Snyder, Deathstroke, Kamala Khan

Ben Stiller to Helm London, Oscar Isaac to Star

Ben Stiller to helm London, Oscar Isaac to star After breaking out in the sci-fi genre five years ago with both the Oscar-nominated Ex Machina and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Oscar Isaac is ready to return to the genre in an upcoming adaptation of the short story London, with Ben Stiller (Tropic Thunder) attached to direct, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Patricia Arquette Reteams with Ben Stiller for Apple TV’s Severance PB = P...
Tags: London, Movies, Apple TV, Star, Netflix, Bradley Cooper, Showtime, Michael Fassbender, Ben Stiller, Oscar Isaac, Patricia Arquette, Eric Roth, Triple Frontier, Roth, Stiller, Isaac

‘The Politician’ Season 2 Trailer: The Political Mudslinging Continues, and Bette Midler Is Joining In

The first season of Ryan Murphy‘s dramedy series The Politician followed the exploits of the ambitious Payton Hobart (Ben Platt) as he campaigned to become student body president in a Santa Barbara, California high school. It was full of satirical political back-stabbing and double-crossing, not to mention plenty of morally and ethically questionable decisions. The end of the first season paved the way for a college-aged Payton to take it to the next level by becoming a young candidate in the N...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Senate, Netflix, Bette Midler, Ryan Murphy, New York State, Gwyneth-Paltrow, Political, Georgina, Santa Barbara California, Payton, Dede, Ben Platt

Bridal Nero Claudius Ero-Cosplay by Hokunaimeko Ready for the Wedding Night

Hokunaimeko is ready for her wedding night according to her cosplay of Nero Claudius from the Fate series, as she can be seen wearing the unparalleled female fighter’s bridal attire, which doesn’t remain on her lascivious form for all that long. The cosplayer will effortlessly build up her follower count with such a salvo of […]
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Mortgage loans in forbearance tick up to 8.55 percent

The share of mortgage loans in forbearance modestly rose to 8.55 percent of servicers' portfolio volume during the week ending on June 7, up from 8.53 percent the previous week.
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Quibi Almost Had an Even Worse Name Than “Quibi”

One of the worst things about Quibi is its name. The mobile streaming platform was already fighting an uphill battle just in explaining the concept of its app to prospective users, but then it went and threw a nonsensical fake word – short for “quick bites” – into the mix on top of that. But it turns out that “Quibi” wasn’t the first choice for the name of the app. The initial choice was much, much worse. Before Quibi settled on the dumb-as-hell “Quibi” for its name, the company’s working ti...
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‘The Rental’ Teaser: Dave Franco’s Creepy Directorial Debut Heads to the Drive-In

Dave Franco makes his directorial debut with The Rental, a creepy little thriller about two couples who get more than they bargained for on a weekend getaway. There’s a new The Rental teaser ahead of a full trailer arriving this Thursday, and it comes with the news that ArcLight Cinemas will be hosting a one-night-only drive-in event for the film. The Rental Teaser The Rental is set for release on July 24, but if you’re in California, you’re going to have a chance to catch it a little e...
Tags: Movies, California, Horror, Movie Trailers, Dan Stevens, Ifc Films, Dave-Franco, Vineland, Vineland Drive, Alison Brie, Lisa Schwartz, Sheila Vand, Jeremy Allen White, ArcLight Cinemas, Arianna Bocco, The Rental

‘You Should Have Left’ Featurette: Kevin Bacon is Six Degrees of Tormented in Haunted House Thriller

Sometimes the worst demons in a horror movie aren’t the ones that terrorize you from within a haunted house, but the personal ones you harbor. In You Should Have Left, we get a little bit of both, as Kevin Bacon plays a man who books a vacation house with his wife and child, and finds that his inner demons are becoming startlingly real. Universal has released a You Should Have Left featurette that gives the spotlight to the beautiful but sinister house Bacon and Amanda Seyfried move into. Watch...
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Tyler Perry Will Pay for Rayshard Brooks’ Funeral AND College Tuition for All Four of His Kids

Tyler Perry is giving back to the family of Rayshard Brooks after his murder at the hands of Atlanta police by paying for the father-of-four’s funeral. During a press conference on Monday (Jun. 15), the family’s attorney, L. Chris Stewart, announced that the 50-year-old media mogul will cover the costs of Brooks’ funeral after he was shot in the back and killed by police in Atlanta over the weekend. “We do want to acknowledge and thank Tyler Perry, who we spoke with and who will be taking care o...
Tags: Celebs, Funerals, Atlanta, Georgia, Pop Culture, Jazz, Wendys, Black, Tyler Perry, Wendy, Stewart, Brooks, Perry, Chris Stewart, Tyler Perry Studios, Fulton County Medical Examiner

Collins driving another nail into the amateur radio emcomm coffin?

Collins Aerospace has just announced that FEMA plans to deploy the Collins’ UrgentLink disaster communications system in six regional mobile emergency response support locations. They claim that UrgentLink HF communications system is the first nationwide public safety network of its kind. The press release announcing this contract notes: The Urgent Link solution, a subscription-based service fully managed and maintained by Collins Aerospace, calls for the deployment of radios in FEMA’s six regio...
Tags: Fcc, US, Radio, Fema, Red Cross, Collins, UrgentLink, Emergency Communications / Public Service, Los Angeles County Sheriff 's Department, Collins Aerospace, Collins UrgentLink, LeAnn Ridgeway

‘Emancipation’: Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua to Team Up for Runaway Slave Thriller

Although both Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua are in the middle of productions halted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the pair have already lined up a particularly timely project together. Smith and Fuqua are teaming up for the runaway slave thriller Emancipation, based on the true story of Peter, a runaway slave who would escape the Louisiana swamps and join the Union Army. Variety reports that Will Smith is set to star in the thriller Emancipation, which will be directed by A...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Minnesota, Drama, United States, Thriller, Louisiana, Will-Smith, Warner Bros, William, Smith, Richard, Serena Williams, Paramount, Cannes, Venus

Daisy Ridley to Star in ‘Baba Yaga’, a Virtual Reality Short From ‘Madagascar’ Director Eric Darnell

Star Wars franchise star Daisy Ridley hasn’t been in much since wrapping up the Skywalker Saga late last year. But she’s seemingly taken a liking to virtual reality, narrating a VR game called The Dawn of Art which dropped in February and now coming on board another VR project. This one is called Baba Yaga, and before you get too excited, no, this doesn’t have anything to do with the world of John Wick. (Baba Yaga, which the movie equates to “The Boogeyman,” is one of Wick’s nicknames.) Learn a...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Eric Darnell, Vr, Virtual Reality, Madagascar, Daisy Ridley, Variety, Eric, Ridley, Wick, Darnell, John Wick, Baobab, Magda, Baba Yaga

Sony PS5: Games, price, specs, release date, and more

Here's everything you need to know about the new PS5, including rumors about its release, specs, and games.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Playstation, Other, Sony, Game Consoles, PlayStation 5, Tier 4

David Koepp Discusses Scrapped Spider-Man Trilogy Plans

David Koepp discusses scrapped Spider-Man trilogy plans After helping bring Jurassic Park and Mission: Impossible to the big screen in the ’90s, writer David Koepp went on to help introduce audiences to Marvel’s webslinging hero in Sam Raimi’s 2002 hit Spider-Man. Despite the film’s rave success, he would only be invited back for work on the second film, before only having ideas from his script utilized by Raimi and Alvin Sargent and now he has revealed his scrapped plans for a potential tri...
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‘Indiana Jones 5’ Screenplay No Longer in David Koepp’s Hands

Indiana Jones 5 is still years away, and hasn’t even begun production yet – but it’s already gone through several major changes. The biggest change of all: Steven Spielberg, who directed all the other Indiana Jones films, is sitting this one out and handing the reins over to James Mangold. And that change has set off a series of other changes as well. David Koepp, a writer who has worked with Spielberg several times before, was originally handling the script. Koepp handed his duties off to othe...
Tags: Movies, Ferrari, Ford, Sequels, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Steven, Logan, Jim, Dan Fogelman, Crystal Skull, Mangold, David-Koepp

Watch: Powerful 'How to Float' Short Film About Anxiety & Depression

Don't worry, be happy. Time for some wholesome visual storytelling that might be helpful to some of you. How to Float is a gorgeous animated short film that tries to "to tackle the complex subject of anxiety and depression" by following a hero "swept away in a lonely sea of worry" as she goes out in a city that looks a lot like Lisbon, Portugal. It's designed and animated by the animation house Good Form Studio located in Toronto, Canada. "Based on the story and scope of the project, we chos...
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One Final Trailer for Jon Stewart's 'Irresistible' Starring Steve Carell

"I'm gonna make a big deal of this! Tons of press. Lots of money." Focus has unveiled a final official trailer for Irresistible, Jon Stewart's second feature film following Rosewater in 2014. This trailer is a reminder that this is now going to be released on VOD everywhere on June 26th (it was scheduled for May 29th in theaters, until the pandemic changed that). This is about a Democrat strategist who helps a retired veteran run for mayor in a small, conservative Midwest town. Steve Carell ...
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Bidding wars increased last month amid housing shortage: Redfin

Boston, Dallas and Washington, D.C., were the three most competitive markets in the U.S. last month, a new report reveals. The report provides further evidence that the pandemic hasn't tanked prices or demand.
Tags: Real Estate, Texas, Washington, Boston, Analysis, Radio, Dallas, Agent, Salt Lake City, Denver, Redfin, NAR, National Association of Realtors, CoreLogic, Boston Dallas, Markets & Economy

Men & Monster Girls Bathe Together in Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

Zany cohabitation series Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou has thrust more amorous monster girls into nude scenarios as the ero-manga’s 16th volume contains an abundance of consensual bathing between men and monster musume, with the males possibly receiving more than they bargained for. Fetishists who can’t resist the temptations of monster girls and their unique […]
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