Bernie Wrightson original art - Swamp Thing #8 page sketch

Bernie Wrightson Original Wrightson sketch, which became a page in Swamp Thing #8. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Original art / Wrightson original art ebay  >Wrightson original art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Ishuzoku Reviewers BD Obliterates the Obstructive Glow

Ishuzoku Reviewers has still kept its sexy monster girl prostitution in the minds of anime fans as the second BD release has unleashed another salvo of ravishing improvements, the most glaring being the exposure of nipples during the will o’ wisp episode, which were originally censored even in the lewd AT-X broadcast. The screenshots on […]
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being 40 means my pun powers have leveled up
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Big Announcement Supposedly Coming for Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san

A website has suggested that a big announcement is planned for top teasing manga Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san come the number 32 release of Weekly Shonen Magazine, sure to immediately have fans wondering about the prospect of an anime adaptation. The website in question (which commonly releases rumored announcements) explained that a large announcement is coming but […]
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Taika Waititi’s Piki Films to Develop Three Indigenous Projects About Colonization

Taika Waititi is giving a boost to indigenous voices with his production banner Piki Films’ new initiative focusing on stories about colonization. Waititi and Carthew Neal’s production company Piki Films is developing three projects with Maori writers, each of which will tackle the effects of colonization. ScreenDaily reports that Waititi and Neal’s New Zealand producton company Piki Films is launching new projects from indigenous writers that will focus on the effects of colonization. The c...
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Several Copies of The Last of Us 2 Being Resold on Mercari

An observant individual has spotted numerous buyers of The Last of Us 2 are now trying to sell their copies of the game on Japanese marketplace app Mercari, the sellers possibly trying to squeeze all the value out of the game they can and perhaps hinting it is not worth playing more than once. The […]
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‘Hair Love’ Director Recruits Lil Rel Howery For Heist Comedy ‘The Come Up’

Matthew A. Cherry won an Oscar for his 2019 short film Hair Love, which he wrote, produced, and directed, and now he’s lined up his first feature film since taking home his Academy Award. He’ll direct The Come Up, a heist comedy starring Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), the Lucas Brothers (22 Jump Street), and Jermaine Fowler (Sorry to Bother You). Collider reports that Cherry will step behind the camera for The Come Up, which is being described as a cross between F. Gary Gray’s 1995 comedy Friday a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, America, Ocean, New Line, Steven Soderbergh, Ava Duvernay, Cherry, Pete, Fowler, Gary Gray, Matthew A. Cherry, Lucas Brothers, Superior Donuts, Matthew Cherry

MangaGamer’s Steam Summer Sale Blazing With Low Prices

Visual novel distributor MangaGamer has embraced the arrival of summer with a Steam summer sale, offering up an assortment of games, DLC, drama CDs and other content for as low as 75% off and sure to be a perfect opportunity for enthusiasts to bolster their collections. MangaGamer will also be supplying discounts on their official […]
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Driven Chat motoring show launched by talkRADIO

Andy Jaye is back with a new motoring show on talkRADIO called Driven Chat. The programme, every Saturday at 4pm and Sunday at 7pm, explores what drives celebrities and achievers, and what they drive. Host Andy Jaye, who previously hosted talkRADIO’s The Motorshow, will be joined by John Quirk, the former Editor-in-Chief of Auto Trader, automotive photographer Amy Shore and industry expert John Marcar. The line up of celebrities includes racing driver Nico Rosberg, TV host Judge Rinder and s...
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Short New Musical Trailer + Q&A for Pixar's Jazz-Infused 'Soul' Movie

"Music is life! You just need to know where to look." There's another lovely new 60-second promo trailer for Pixar's Soul to watch. It was debuted this weekend at the Essence Festival of Culture in New Orleans - and a Zoom Q&A with the filmmakers from that event is also included below. Soul is about a jazz musician who has lost his passion for music is transported out of his body and must find his way back with the help of an infant soul learning about herself. Featuring the voices of Jamie ...
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‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Adds Luke Evans Alongside Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy

Luke Evans is the latest actor to join the Nine Perfect Strangers cast. The new Hulu series is a dark, gritty reboot of the classic sitcom Perfect Strangers, and Evans is set to play Cousin Balki. Oh, no, my mistake. Nine Perfect Strangers is actually a new thriller based on the book by Liane Moriarty, author of Big Little Lies. Evans joins a cast that includes Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy. According to Deadline, Luke Evans is joining the cast of Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers. The limi...
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Official Trailer for 'Gamemaster' Doc About the Board Game Industry

"The worst thing you can do as a game designer is fall in love with one of your designs… which [does] not work." Gravitas Ventures has unveiled an official trailer for a documentary titled Gamemaster, marking the feature directorial debut of Charles Mruz. If you haven't noticed, the board game industry is rocking these days - not only with tons of new games and innovative ideas, but more and more people are playing more and more games. Gamemaster is a deep dive into the world of the thriving...
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The Quarantine Stream: ‘Ghost Town’ Makes Ricky Gervais Endearing in a RomCom from ‘Spider-Man’ Writer

(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: Ghost Town Where You Can Stream It: Amazon Prime The Pitch: After a near-death experience during a routine colonoscopy, people-hating dentist Bertrum Pincus (Ricky Gervais) is shocked to discover that he is suddenly able to talk to the dead. Constantly cornered by unhappy spirits who want him to help resolve their earthly probl...
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Laura Mischief Ero-Figure Floats Seductively

Artist Houtengeki has apparently been benefiting greatly as yet another of their tantalizingly original females have been converted into a figurine, the sensuous Laura Mischief fully displaying her succubus powers in the form of her floating and sublime nude beauty – the mesmerizing collectible will arrive in March of next year. Laura Mischief can be […]
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New ‘Hamilton’ Trailer and Clip: Disney+ Brings You into The Room Where It Happens

Before the Independence Day holiday weekend begins, Disney+ will kick off the patriotic celebrations with the debut of their live recording of the Broadway hit Hamilton. Created by and starring Lin-Manuel Miranda, the hip-hop musical tells the story of historical figure Alexander Hamilton, including his interactions with the likes of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and of course, Aaron Burr. A new Hamilton trailer and clip have arrived to tease the musical’s arrival on Disney+ this week, i...
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New ‘Soul’ Teaser Shows Off Stunning Animation and a Wonderful Soundtrack

Pixar Animation’s new film Soul was intended to be released earlier this month, but the coronavirus put a stop to that. But now the movie is slated to arrive in November, and even though that’s a long way off, Pixar wanted to show off a little more of the movie while we wait. A new Soul teaser was revealed during a virtual panel at the Essence Festival of Culture, and not only does it have plenty of new footage from the movie with some truly stunning animation, but it also features the original...
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Newly Pending Transactions Up, But Inventory Remains Low

Newly pending sales went up again, increasing 2.1 percent WoW and 13.7 percent MoM for the week ending June 20, according to the latest Zillow Weekly Market report. These areas experienced the largest spikes in pending home sales for this week: Buffalo (+26.3 percent), San Jose (+19 percent) and Nashville (+14.4 percent). In addition, home sales have sped up, with properties selling at the fastest pace in more than two years, according to Zillow. During this week, homes sold after 21 days on the...
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Rudi Reel joins Delite Radio for weekend breakfast

Rudi Reel has joined the Delite Radio family to host the weekend breakfast show. Rudi’s been on-air for 15 years and has hosted live shows and festivals in venues such as Wembley Arena, London Olympia and The Hippodrome. Speaking before his first show He says: “I can’t wait to get started on Delite Weekend Breakfast – finding out what’s going on in our listeners’ lives, keeping an eye over everything that’s going on and of course with loads of the best music to start the day.” Mark Kirby, Del...
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Virtual Cannes Market Reveals New Movies With Bruce Willis, Liam Neeson, and Chris Pine

The Virtual Cannes Market is currently in full swing, which means we’re learning about a whole slew of new movies. These films are hoping to find backing so they can eventually find their way to audiences. Dream big, Cannes Market movies. Dream big. Three new titles announced include films featuring Bruce Willis, Liam Neeson, and Chris Pine. Honest Thief  The saying goes that there’s no such thing as an honest thief, but don’t tell that to Open Road Films. Open Road declared bankruptcy bac...
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First Look Review - DISCLOSURE

Two suburban couples meet to discuss an allegation of abuse involving their children. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Release Review [Digital] - FAMILY ROMANCE, LLC

A man is hired to pose as the long lost father of a 12-year-old girl. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Maker Comics: Grow a Garden!

The purpose of the Maker Comics line is admirable: to teach readers essential or entertaining skills in illustrated form. Unfortunately, while I was very interested in the topic, Maker Comics: Grow a Garden! by Alexis Frederick-Frost was the first series entry that disappointed me. It’s overwhelming. There’s too much background information provided too technically. Instead of feeling encouraged, as though I could try these processes myself (as I did after reading Maker Comics: Fix a Car!), I was...
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Starz CEO Jeffrey Hirsch on programming in a digital world

In the war between subscription video on-demand (SVOD) services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, Starz has been growing on the sidelines and fighting to be the preferred add-on for consumers on top of their primary subscription. That journey has required the longtime premium cable TV network to rethink its target audience, content strategy and pricing. It now has more than two million subscribers on its direct-to-consumer video platform and roughly seven million subscribers when including al...
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Young Charlotte, Filmmaker

I was reminded how much I enjoyed Frank Viva’s work during a recent re-read of A Trip to the Bottom of the World With Mouse, so I thought I’d check out some of his other picture books. I should have done that earlier, since Young Charlotte, Filmmaker was perfect for me. Produced by The Museum of Modern Art in New York, it’s the story of a young woman who adores black and white and makes her own movies. Sometimes she’s [...]
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Excavating Chinese History, One Harrowing Film at a Time

The work of Hu Jie, who has made more than 30 movies, is little known even in China. The release of “Spark” and “The Observer” should make him better known abroad.
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Changes, They Are A Comin'

To the blog. I mean, yeah, sure, the world too (boy, are they!), but this post is about my blog. I'm sorry. It's been about 4 years since the last refresh, and even that was kicked off accidentally and thus never quite achieved what was truly needed. Since then, additional requirements have come to light, and I figure it's finally time to take a serious look at the technical foundations of Kaedrin. Since 2002, this weblog has been powered by Movable Type. At the time, this was pretty much state...
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Khloé Kardashian Celebrates 36th Birthday with Family — and Gets into Playful Fight with Sisters

Khloé Kardashian rang in her 36th birthday with a festive bash, which was attended by her famous family as well as ex Tristan Thompson
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Seattle radio host on ‘CHOP’ zone barriers to come down

Jason Rantz, radio show host in Seattle, provides updates on the barriers surrounding ‘CHOP’ on ‘Fox and Friends Weekend.’
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Jessie Ware: What's Your Pleasure? review – rooted in lustful disco

Jessie Ware: What's Your Pleasure? review – rooted in lustful disco. (Virgin)The singer-songwriter swaps luxe pop for the energy of the dancefloor on her heady fourth album
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Original Content podcast: ‘The Politician’ returns for an entertaining but pointless Season 2

When “The Politician” debuted on Netflix last year, it divided the hosts of the Original Content podcast. After season two, we were more united: The show is not good. To be clear, “The Politician” is still pretty entertaining, thanks to a consistent dedication to packing as many ridiculous plot twists as possible into any given episode. But the glibness of its approach to contemporary politics feels emptier than ever. As teased at the end of season one, the show has jumped forward a few years fr...
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