Tarzan #85 - Russ Manning art

Tarzan #85 Tarzan v1 #85, 1956 - Upon her father's death, Zulena becomes queen of the Tulengus. Natongao foils a second assassination attempt against her. Russ Manning's drawings seem weaker than usual. The inking fails to add depth and lacks contrast. Other artists in this Dell golden age adventure comic include Jessie Marsh. This is number 46 of 133 Tarzan issues with Manning art and/or [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Dell, Manning, Russ Manning, Ted Ignacio, Zulena, Jessie Marsh, Tulengus Natongao

Uncle Scrooge #4 - Carl Barks art & cover

Carl Barks Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge v1 #4, 1954 - After buying a remote deserted island, Scrooge begins transporting his money with the help of Donald and his nephews. When the Beagle Boys steal the money for themselves, the ducks get help from the rarely seen menehunes (little elves). As usual, the exotic locale inspires Carl Barks' splendid artwork. His penchant for machinery is seen in [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Humor, Dell, 1950s, Unknown, Donald, Barks, Carl Barks, Uncle Scrooge, Carl Barks Walt Disney, 142

PR: Third Eye is Hiring (Annapolis)

Join Team Third Eye today! Hey Third Eye Faithful! We are currently looking for team members to fill the following positions at our stores: ANNAPO...
Tags: Comics, Annapolis, Mike Rhode

World Witches: United Front Takes to the Skies on Smartphones

Kadokawa, Cave Interactive, and ForwardWorks have revealed the first trailer for their upcoming Strike Witches mobile shooting game World Witches: United Front, a title that might potentially have investing gameplay (a rarity for gacha games). The newest entry into the pants-less alien-annihilating franchise sends the Witches into the skies once again to battle the diabolical […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Smartphones, Anime, United Front, Pantsu, Adaptations, Kemonomimi, Kadokawa, Cave, Strike Witches, Shooting Games, Casuals, United Front Takes, Kadokawa Cave Interactive

Get Legal Information About Comic Contracts

Tomorrow, as part of the Small Press Expo’s virtual programming — I only realized today that I would have been there this weekend in any other year — there’s a panel that I’m glad to see. Jeff Trexler, the new interim Executive Director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF), will be conducting a panel on “Comics and Contracts” at 11 Eastern on Sunday, September 13. As with the other panels, it can be viewed at the Small Press [...]
Tags: Comics, Comic News, Jeff Trexler

World of Warcraft’s Diverse Appearance Update Sparks Racial Debate

The new build for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has introduced new skins for several NPCs around one of the biggest player hubs in the game, the city of Stormwind, to “reflect greater representation in Azeroth”. While the initial idea, as stated in several interviews, was to bring the huge world of World of Warcraft into […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Blizzard, Racism, Anime, MMORPG, World of Warcraft, Pc Gaming, Online Gaming, Stormwind, Production Controversy

Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: SEAT or DECEIT or RECEIPT OR CONCEIT at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: Sept. 26, 2020)

It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same rhyme word. Then you post your limerick(s) as a comment to this post and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too. I hope you’ll join me in writing limericks using SEAT or DECEIT or RECEIPT or CONCEIT at the end of any one line. (Homonyms or homophones are fine.) The best submission will be crowned Limerick-Off Award Winner. (Here’s last week’s Limerick-Off Award Winner.) Additionall...
Tags: Facebook, Advice, Lying, Humor, Contests, Limerick, Writing Prompts, Deceit, Limericks, Marriage Humor, Facebook Limerick, Behavior & Personality, Limerick Competition, Limerick Contest, Limerick Writing Contest, Limerick & Haiku Prompts

Kanojo Okarishimasu Rents out the Rental Girlfriend

Kanojo Okarishimasu‘s Kazuya has tried to patch things up with a friend the only way the beta male knows how, that being to rent out his rental girlfriend; surely a decision that viewers will regard as pathetic whilst others will wonder when the character will eventually man up. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Relationships, Dating, Anime, TMS, Oppai, Image Gallery, Kazuya, Enjo Kousai, Kanojo Okarishimasu

Limerick-Off Award (452)

It’s time to announce the latest Limerick-Off winners based on submissions (on this blog and on Facebook) in the last Limerick-Off. Congratulations to TIM JAMES, who wins the Limerick-Off Award for this funny limerick: A dude tried to show he had brass When he mounted a burro. Alas! He displayed ev’ry sign That he’d had too much wine. He fell down. He was drunk off his ass. Congratulations to RICHARD CAMPBELL, who wins the Special DRIVING-Themed Limerick Award for this funny limerick: Just kee...
Tags: Facebook, Frankfurt, Humor, Contests, Bordeaux, Limerick, Martin Scorsese, Brown, Lisa, Hoke, Tommy, Dave Johnson, Tony Holmes, Main, Limericks, Limerick Award Winners

Lucifer Season 4 Bloopers Released

As part of today’s DC FanDome virtual event, Warner has released this gag reel video for Lucifer season 4. (It wasn’t on the DVD set, perhaps because it has a lot of F-words in it.) It’s the usual kind of flubbed lines, goofy faces, cracking up, and props misbehaving. Along with an invading duck. Always fun to see cast members having a good time.
Tags: Comics, TV News, Warner

‘Candyman’ Remake Won’t Be Summoned into Theaters Until 2021

After Wonder Woman 1984 vacated the previously set October 2 release date and headed to Christmas, that left Nia DaCosta‘s anticipated horror remake of Candyman as the next major theatrical release scheduled for the fall. But Universal and MGM apparently don’t want to mess with that kind of pressure, so the studios are pushing back the movie to 2021, just like many other blockbusters that were intended for release this year. Variety has news on the Candyman release date delay. The film was se...
Tags: Twitter, Movies, Horror, US, United States, Universal, MGM, Remakes, Tenet, Orient Express, Candyman, Release Dates, Nia DaCosta, Disney 20th Century Studios

‘2067’ Trailer: Kodi Smit-McPhee Tries to Save the Future

Welcome to the future, where Earth has been ruined by climate change! Fun, right? Well, that’s the premise of 2067, a new sci-film featuring time travel, post-apocalyptic landscapes, and Kodi Smit-McPhee dressed like a Ghostbuster. Ryan Kwanten also stars in the film, which comes from writer-director Seth Larney. Watch the 2067 trailer below. 2067 Trailer I can’t imagine 2067 was a big production with a big budget – which makes this trailer all the more impressive. The special effects w...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Sci-fi, Earth, Movie Trailers, Kodi Smit McPhee, Ryan Kwanten, 2067, Seth Larney, Ethan Whyte Ethan, Larney

Krone the Assassin’s Mission Slays Bandits in Revenge

Female assassin eroge Krone the Assassin’s Mission ~The Teddy Bear Payment~ has been translated into English for foreigners unable to comprehend Japanese, bound to appeal to lovers of RPGs as the title also differentiates itself by implementing stealth mechanics. A little girl whose family was gruesomely murdered by bandits trekked to the assassin’s guild requesting […]
Tags: Translation, Games, English, Anime, Fetish, RPG, Krone, Ninja, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Stealth

The Quarantine Stream: ‘The Trip to Greece’ Ends the Franchise, But Simultaneously Makes the Case for More

(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: The Trip to Greece Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: UK actor/comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite for the fourth entry in this long-running franchise to travel across another country, eat incredible food, drive through gorgeous landscapes, and constantly quip along the way. This time, they trace the mythical ste...
Tags: UK, Comedy, Movies, Greece, Sequels, Hulu, Ifc Films, Steve Coogan, Ray Winstone, Odysseus, Michael Winterbottom, Rob Brydon, Ithica, The Trip to Greece, The Quarantine Stream

Relive the moment Ryan Phillippe’s butt became a star…along with Ryan Phillippe

Welcome to Screen Gems, Welcome to Screen Gems, our weekend dive into queer and queer-adjacent titles of the past that deserve a watch or a rewatch. The Kinky: Cruel Intentions How many 90s teens had their first sexual awakening whilst watching Cruel Intentions? Director Roger Kumble’s adaptation of the scandalous French novel Les Liaisons Dangerous updates the story of horny, scheming French aristocrats to horny, scheming overprivileged teens in a private school in Manhattan. Ryan Phillippe st...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Manhattan, Phillippe, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Blair, Sebastian, Kathryn, Ryan Phillippe, Annette, Christine Baranski, Witherspoon, Gellar, Cruel Intentions

KonoSuba Seiyuu Sora Amamiya Thanks Fans for 150,000 Subscribers

Established anime seiyuu and singer Sora Amamiya, probably best known for her work as KonoSuba‘s bumbling goddess Aqua, has thanked her fans for accruing her 150,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel, additionally thanking overseas fans in English. Her thankful video comes about a week after the seiyuu performed her first question and answer livestream on […]
Tags: Japan, Youtube, English, Anime, Announcements, Seiyuu, KONOSUBA, Amamiya Sora, KonoSuba Seiyuu Sora Amamiya, Sora Amamiya

This Week In Trailers: Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm, Truffle Hunters, The Great American Lie, Mandibles, Billie

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we take a trip to the farm, go looking for insanely expensive fungus, wonder where we’re going in life, train a fly, and get to kno...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Billie, America, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, Kafka, Oasis, Northern Italy, Alba, Ozzy, EPK, Nan, James Erskine, Quentin Dupieux, Jennifer Siebel Newsom

'Doom Patrol' will return for season 3 exclusively on HBO Max as DC Universe moves away from original TV shows

"Doom Patrol" DC Universe/HBO Max HBO Max announced on Saturday that it had renewed "Doom Patrol," a former DC Universe original, for a third season exclusively for Max. DC publisher and creative chief Jim Lee told The Hollywood Reporter last month that "original content that is on DCU is migrating to HBO Max." The move comes after a dramatic restructure at DC's corporate parent, WarnerMedia, that resulted in hundreds of layoffs at the comics company. Visit Business Insider's homepage for ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Media, Entertainment, Trends, Streaming, Dc, The Hollywood Reporter, Business Insider, Max, Lee, Jim Lee, DC Universe, Travis Clark, Doom Patrol, WarnerMedia

New Release Review [Netflix] - CUTIES

A young girl defies her Muslim family by joining a dance troupe. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Muslim, The Movie Waffler

New Trailer and Poster for Satirical Drama THE WALL OF MEXICO

Directors Zachary Colter and Magdalena Zyzak's satirical spin on the relationship between the US and Mexico. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Images, Video, Movies, Mexico, US, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, Magdalena Zyzak, Zachary Colter

Paul Rudnick takes on Trump lovers in ‘Coastal Elites:’ “They seem terribly upset all the time”

Dan Levy in ‘Coastal Elites’ Via YouTube Screenshot We guarantee that even if you don’t know the name Paul Rudnick, you’ve probably quoted him before. The New Jersey-born humorist/playwright/screenwriter first made a splash with the Broadway comedy I Hate Hamlet. His subsequent off-Broadway play, Jeffery, announced him as a major talent on the rise. It also proved wildly controversial, as one of the first (and to date, only) comedies to take on the AIDS crisis. Rudnick migrated to Hollywood t...
Tags: Feature, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Entertainment, California, Lifestyle, New Jersey, Broadway, Nora Ephron, Quentin Tarantino, Bette Midler, Jay, Sarah Paulson, Ad Friendly, Queerty

The Next PS5 Showcase Event Is On September 16

Today, Sony announced that they have one last Playstation 5 showcase event before the console launches this holiday. This next event will be about 40 minutes long and will air on September 16 at 4 PM ET.Read more...
Tags: Science, Playstation, Sony, Kotakucore, Showcase, PlayStation 5, PS5

Now is the worst time to buy a new Xbox

The Xbox One X, left, and Xbox One S, right. Microsoft With two new Xbox consoles scheduled to launch on November 10, there has never been a worse time to buy a current-gen Xbox One. The new Xbox consoles will do everything that the current Xbox One consoles can do, plus they'll be able to power next-gen games. Most critically: Both next-gen Xbox consoles cost the same price as the current ones, at $300 and $500. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When the next-gen Xbox co...
Tags: Reviews, Gaming, Microsoft, Video Games, Entertainment, Xbox One, Trends, Netflix, Xbox, Next-Gen, Ben Gilbert, Tech Insider, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S

‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘Boys’ & Timothee Chalamet conquer: Check out the Queerty Fall Entertainment Preview

The Boys in the Band Is this damn pandemic over yet? Thank goodness for movies and TV, which have helped us keep sane during this ongoing period of lockdown and social distancing. In some cases, they’ve replaced actual humans as our friends and lovers. No, we’re not going to elaborate on that one. With Fall officially here and the holiday season creeping ever closer, we anticipate meeting up with a group of returning friends, and a few new ones to boot. From epic sci-fi to over-the-top horror...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Stephen King, Lifestyle, Netflix, House, Aol, Broadway, Maxwell, James Bond, Diana, Cbs, Daniel Craig, Victoria, Hulu, Sarah Paulson

Weekend Post

One of the biggest laughs we ever got on CHEERS was taken out when the show aired. Not that big laughs are so easy to get that it’s no big whoop to just toss one, but in this case we felt it... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: Humor, Ken Levine, By Ken Levine

Diary Secrets #10 - Matt Baker cover & reprint

Matt Baker Diary Secrets v1 #10, 1952 - Reprinting several stories from Teen-Age Romances #1, Matt Baker's "They Called Me a Wayward Girl" stands out from the pack. The artist also provides a brand new cover, featuring a girl secretly vying for the same suitor. Baker does a gorgeous job with the rendition while inserting vignettes from other stories. Note the symbolism of the curtain, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Baker, Matt Baker, Ted Ignacio, Teen Age Romances

Citizens Asked to Not Visit Shibuya for Halloween to Prevent Coronavirus Spread

Tokyo’s Shibuya ward has requested that all the usual comers not visit for Halloween this year due to the influence of the Coronavirus, yet another instance of the deadly disease cancelling cherished events. Every year, a surplus of individuals head to Shibuya ward in costume to celebrate Halloween, parading about Shibuya Center Street and spreading […]
Tags: Health, Halloween, Japan, Events, Tokyo, Anime, Announcements, Shibuya, Coronavirus, Shibuya Center Street

Original Content podcast: Disney’s ‘Mulan’ is a decent remake overshadowed by controversy

Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan” comes with some serious baggage. First, the film has drawn political controversy for its star’s statements in support of the action Hong Kong police against protestors, as well as the fact that “Mulan” was partly filmed in the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government has held Muslim ethnic minorities in detention camps. And although it’s less weighty, it’s also hard to escape the business context: “Mulan” is one of the first big Hollywood blockbusters ...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, China, Disney, Muslim, Jordan, Mulan, Warner Bros, Xinjiang, Tenet, The Walt Disney Co

Original Content podcast: Disney’s ‘Mulan’ remake is fun, if you can forget the controversy

Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan” comes with some serious baggage. First, the film has drawn political controversy for its star’s statements in support of the action Hong Kong police against protestors, as well as the fact that “Mulan” was partly filmed in the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government has held Muslim ethnic minorities in detention camps. And although it’s less weighty, it’s also hard to escape the business context: “Mulan” is one of the first big Hollywood blockbusters ...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, China, Disney, Muslim, Jordan, Mulan, Warner Bros, Xinjiang, Tenet, The Walt Disney Co

Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! Unveils Pathetically Short Bathing Scene

Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!‘s main couple has been forced into romantic situations by their friends whilst exploring various attractions around Tottori, their meddling being unappreciated by the two as a lewd bathing scene at last makes its arrival, surely a hotly anticipated moment for some watchers but sadly proving to be pitiful in duration. Omake:
Tags: Food, Comedy, Tourism, Anime, Bathing, Moe, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Tottori, Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai, Asobitai, Studio Engi

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