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Flash Comics #1 - 1st golden age Flash, Hawkman (key)

Flash Comics #1 Flash Comics v1 #1, 1940 - The golden age Flash, golden age Hawkman and Johnny Thunder make their key first appearances in this debut issue. An accident befalls an unremarkable college student named Jay Garrick, dousing him in chemicals that would make him the fastest man alive. In a separate tale, antiquities collector Carter Hall finds out he's a reincarnated Egyptian prince. [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Hawkman, Jay Garrick, Johnny Thunder, Flash Comics, Carter Hall


Showcase #75 - 1st Hawk and the Dove (key) + Steve Ditko art & cover

Steve Ditko Showcase v1 #75 featuring Hawk and the Dove, 1968 - Two brothers join forces to fight injustice as a costumed duo. One advocates aggression and the other non-violence in one of Steve Ditko's most original creations. The carefully sequenced cover is quite tame, especially when compared to the interiors. Ditko's artwork is extraordinary, full of dynamically arranged layouts and [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Keys, Hawk, Superhero, Unknown, 1960s, Steve Ditko, Ditko, First appearances, 131


Tell Me Why game review: a poetic exploration of memory against a stunning Alaskan landscape

Dontnod’s latest game is a thoughtful, atmospheric narrative adventure – and with its trans lead character, a defining moment for the industryAs the first major studio game release to feature a trans lead character, Tell Me Why represents a pretty major milestone. The first two chapters of the narrative adventure game from Dontnod, the French developer behind the Life is Strange franchise, were released recently for Windows and Xbox One; the third and final chapter dropped last week.You play as ...
Tags: Games, Technology, Microsoft, Xbox One, Society, World news, Australia news, Transgender, Culture, Alaska, Alyson, Dontnod, Erica Lindbeck, Tyler Ronan, August Aiden Black


‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Trailer: Protests Turn Violent and Go to Court in Aaron Sorkin’s Timely and Relevant Drama

With peaceful protests turning violent in cities all over America this summer, Aaron Sorkin‘s drama The Trial of the Chicago 7 couldn’t be more timely and relevant. The new Netflix original movie focuses on the true story of another peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic National Convention that turned into a violent clash with police and the court case that followed when seven protesters charged by the federal government with conspiracy. The first Trial of the Chicago 7 trailer has arrived, a...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Aaron-Sorkin, America, Chicago, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Donald Trump, Civil rights movement, Michael Keaton, Sacha Baron Cohen, True Story, Daley, Fred Hampton, Sorkin, Bobby Seale


Venice 2020: Chloe Zhao's Soulful, Gorgeous 'Nomadland' Journey

Home is where the heart is. And as they say in this film: a house is not the same as a home. Being house-less is not the same as being homeless. That's a lesson we can all learn. Nomadland is the third feature film made by acclaimed filmmaker Chloe Zhao, following her massive success with the indie film The Rider in 2017/2018. This time she follows a lonely drifter named Fern as she travels around various places in the United States of America in a van she calls home. She lives and sleeps in t...
Tags: Movies, Review, Venice, United States of America, Fern, Chloe Zhao, Venice 20


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Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! Hana Uzaki Cosplay by Hana Bunny Has an Accident

The frequently annoying but still ridiculously attractive Hana Uzaki from Uzaki-chan was Asobitai! has been portrayed by notable cosplayer Hana Bunny, who not only shares the anime girl’s name but also her incredible body proportions. The voluptuous Hana Uzaki as presented by the equally bombastic Hana Bunny, who can be seen having a bit of […]
Tags: Stockings, Anime, Cosplay, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Hana Bunny, Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai, Asobitai, Uzaki, Hana Uzaki


Milestone Returns… Maybe for Real This Time

Sorry, I’m so jaded sometimes… I want to see Milestone return. This comic company, published by DC but independently run, brought necessary diversity to superhero comics from their launch in 1993 until they stopped publishing comics in 1997. Their launch titles — Hardware, Icon, Static, and Blood Syndicate — starred mostly Black characters and were written and illustrated by Black creators and other people of color. They are probably best remembered these days for a successful, award-winning car...
Tags: Comics, Dc, Comic News


‘Saint Maud’ Trailer: A24’s New Horror Movie is Still Set to Open This Year, Maybe

Sooner or later, A24 will release Saint Maud here in the states. I’m genuinely surprised they haven’t gone the VOD route with this one yet, as it’s a relatively small movie that would play great at home. But while we here in America wait to see what A24 is going to do, those in the UK will be able to check the film out when it arrives in October. Ahead of that release, here’s a new trailer. Saunt Maud Trailer  It’s hard for me to believe, but I saw Saint Maud almost a full year ago, at ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Horror, America, United States, Movie Trailers, Amanda, Maud, Robert Eggers, Rose Glass, Saint Maud, Amanda Maud


Iwa Kakeru -Sport Climbing Girls- Sporting Countless Well-Toned Women

ABC Animation has doled out another informative PV for the upcoming Iwa Kakeru -Sport Climbing Girls- adaptation, which stars a cast of muscular females as they heave their way to the top in the sport of rock climbing. The protagonist of Iwa Kakeru -Sport Climbing Girls-, Konomi Kasahara, discovers the rock climbing club in her […]
Tags: Sports, Anime, Muscle, PV, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Blade, ABC Animation, Iwa Kakeru Sport Climbing Girls, Iwa Kakeru Sport Climbing Girls Sporting, Konomi Kasahara


‘Daleks!’: The Famous ‘Doctor Who’ Villains Are Getting Their Own Animated Show

Every science-fiction franchise has its iconic monster. Star Trek has the Borg, Star Wars has too many to count, and Doctor Who has the Daleks. At first glance, these glorified salt-and-pepper shakers with a plunger look unimpressive, but something about these formerly low-budget creations have stuck in the public consciousness. They’ve gotten their own TV shows, movies, lunch boxes, and have even survived to become an important part of the modern-day revival of Doctor Who. And now they’re back...
Tags: Television, Movies, Peter Cushing, Sci-fi, Bbc, Animation, Daleks, Briggs, Liddell, TV Trailer, Terry Nation, Nicholas Briggs, Skaro, Rose Tyler Billie Piper, James Goss, Time Lord Victorious


DC Comics TV Round-Up: ‘Doom Patrol’ Renewed for Season 3, ‘Young Justice’ Season 4 Title Revealed & More

A second round of DC FanDome unfolded over the weekend, and though it wasn’t anywhere near as star-studded or exciting as the first round of the virtual convention, there were still some new tidbits of information revealed on the DC Comics television side of things. Below, we’ve rounded up the more noteworthy reveals that might be of interest, including Doom Patrol getting renewed for a third season, the fourth season title for Young Justice, and some details on the upcoming seasons of Pennywor...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Superman, Dc Comics, Gotham, The Cw, Batwoman, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Kate, Esperanza, Man Of Steel, Cw, Cruz, Artemis


Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan’s Promiscuity Breeds Powerful Enemies

Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan has been preoccupied with plot for its latest broadcast, sadly devouring a lot of air time that could have been for sexier moments as the show delves into a ruthless battle where an undressed Peter Grill manages to fend off a strong foe using a makeshift weapon. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Anime, Elf, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Ero-anime, Wolfsbane, Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan, Peter Grill, Kenja, Jikan


All September football games to air free on radio

All September’s Premier League matches are available live on free-to-air national radio this year. The opening 28 fixtures are being shared between talkSPORT and BBC Radio 5 Live, and kicked off over the weekend with coverage on both stations. At talkSPORT, GameDay programming returns as Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend joins the talkSPORT Breakfast show for the full Premier League season to give all the latest news and insight from inside the Premier League. The station will once agai...
Tags: England, Top, Radio, Premier League, Aston Villa, Andros Townsend, Mike Tyson, Crystal Palace, Darren Bent, Bobby Charlton, Jim White, Steve Harmison, Talksport, Gabby Agbonlahor, Danny Murphy, BBC Radio


The Quarantine Stream: I Finally Watched ‘Better Call Saul,’ And You’re All Right That It’s the Best Show on TV

(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 Series: Better Call Saul Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: What if sleazy criminal lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) had his own tragic backstory? The prequel series to Breaking Bad takes on the impossible task of following up one of the most revered prestige dramas ever, and in the process, creates a rich and layered charac...
Tags: Chuck, Better Call Saul, Vince Gilligan, Movies, Features, Michael McKean, Kim, Albuquerque, Jimmy, Saul, Gilligan, Walter White, Walt, Jonathan Banks, Saul Goodman Bob Odenkirk, Jimmy McGill


Love Live! Nijigasaki Gakuen’s Girls Enamored With Idoldom

Love Live! maniacs in desperate need of more precious anime idol girls will feel relieved thanks to this new trailer for the upcoming Love Live! Nijigasaki Gakuen School Idol Doukoukai, as it promises plenty more addictive idol dancing and singing that worshipers of the franchise know and love. The new anime will serve as the […]
Tags: Music, Trailer, Dancing, Sunrise, Anime, Idol, Love Live, Continuations, Nijigasaki Gakuen, Nijigasaki Gakuen School Idol Doukoukai


‘Parasite’ Can’t Stop Winning Awards, Picking Up 10 Nominations at the Asian Film Awards

Remember when Parasite won Best Picture at the Oscars earlier this year? That may have been the last good thing to happen in 2020, before the world descended into the hell that we currently live in. But while the rest of the world has had a pretty bad year, Parasite continues to have one great one, picking up even more awards nominations on top of its historic Oscar wins, this time at the Asian Film Awards. We can pretend, for a brief moment, that we’re back in February 2020, riding high off...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Movies, China, Awards, Taiwan, Thriller, Tokyo, Busan, Academy, Macau, Bong Joon, Chung Mong, Parasite, Asian Film Awards


And now to brighten your day, here’s Matt Bomer stripping

Magic Mike 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.our weekend dive into queer and queer-adjacent titles of the past that deserve a watch or a rewatch. The Aphrodisiac: Magic Mike Why did it take Hollywood so long to figure out that audiences enjoy seeing naked men as much as naked women? In 2012, they finally cracked the cipher. Magic Mike takes some of Tinseltown’s best-looking men–Ma...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Hollywood, Entertainment, Joe Manganiello, Lifestyle, Oscar, Steven Soderbergh, Magic Mike, Tampa, Queerty, Mike, Tinseltown, Tatum, Matt Bomer, Daily Dose


First Look Review - H IS FOR HAPPINESS

A 12-year-old girl attempts to mend her broken family. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler


Chloé Zhao's 'Nomadland' Wins Golden Lion at 2020 Venice Film Festival

The show must go on… and the Golden Lion must roar. The 77th Venice Film Festival wrapped up this weekend on the Lido, and awards were handed out despite this pandemic year changing the whole festival. The top prize at Venice is a Golden Lion (in honor of the iconic lion that is the symbol of the city) and it's one of the greatest achievements in cinema along with the Palme d'Or. This year's winner is Nomadland, the somber and poetic Americana film from The Rider director Chloe Zhao starring F...
Tags: Movies, Awards, Frances Mcdormand, Venice, Cannes, Lido, Palme, VENEZIA, Movie News, Golden Lion, Chloe Zhao, Venice 20


First Look Review - EVIL UNDER THE SKIN

A mother and daughter encounter trouble while staying in a remote cabin. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, First Look, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Sue Finn


Exorcism Master – review

Director: Xiang Qiu-Liang Release date: 2017 Contains spoilers A recent Chinese film this is one that carries a central monster that looks a bit more zombie than kyonsi and, in truth, the subtitles I saw use the word zombie all the way through. However I was firmly of the opinion that it fell much more on the vampire side and there are several direct giveaways that I’ll point out in the review. Beyond this, we have a fantasy fare that could have withstood more character exploration as the good ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, China, Ma, Jin, Hua, Energy Vampire, Kyonsi, Xiang Qiu Liang, Tan Xin Zer, Tiancai Tan Xin Zer, Jianghzi, Tiancai, Qin Yu Karena Ng Chin Yu She, Qin Yu, Qin YuThis


ICQ Podcast Episode 333 – Hams Celebrate Healthcare Heroes

In episode #333 of the ICQ Podcast, Martin M1MRB, Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Edmund Spicer M0MNG, and yours truly discuss the latest amateur radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is Hams Celebrate Healthcare Heroes. This episode included some really good discussions on the following topics: ARRL Board elects new CEOTrans-Atlantic Opening on 144 MHz between the Canary Islands and the CaribbeanFCC Proposes Charging Amateur Radio License FeesISS 4...
Tags: Podcasts, Radio, Atlantic, Britain, Brazil, Fees, Iss, Canary Islands, ICQ, ARRL, Classes/Testing/Licensing, ARRL Board, Leslie Butterfield, ARISS, Edmund Spicer, Six Metre Group AGM Goes OnlineBattle


'Nomadland' Wins Golden Lion Award at 2020 Venice Film Festival

The show must go on… and the Golden Lion must roar. The 77th Venice Film Festival wrapped up this weekend on the Lido, and awards were handed out despite this pandemic year changing the whole festival. The top prize at Venice is a Golden Lion (in honor of the iconic lion that is the symbol of the city) and it's one of the greatest achievements in cinema along with the Palme d'Or. This year's winner is Nomadland, the somber and poetic Americana film from The Rider director Chloe Zhao starring F...
Tags: Movies, Awards, Frances Mcdormand, Venice, Cannes, Lido, Palme, VENEZIA, Movie News, Golden Lion, Chloe Zhao, Venice 20


Amazing Spider-Man annual #12 - John Byrne cover

John Byrne Amazing Spider-Man v1 annual #12, 1978 - As seen on this king-size annual cover, John Byrne draws an enraged Hulk almost better than anyone (see also Incredible Hulk annual #7). The curved horizontal path of greenskin's punch conveniently leads the eye to Spider-man. During a time when Byrne rarely inked his own pencils, this issue stands out as a nice surprise. Other artists in [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Byrne, John Byrne


Azur Lane Bisoku Zenshin Wildly Cute & Adorable

Azur Lane Bisoku Zenshin seems like it has everything Azur Lane fanatics could ever want as all their favorite shipgirls are present as they take part in an assortment of humorously chaotic situations, with plot and story looking to take a backseat (great news for those passionate about moe slice of life). Azur Lane Bisoku […]
Tags: Comedy, Animals, Anime, Moe, Anthropomorphisation, PV, Adaptations, Azur Lane, Yostar Pictures, Azur Lane Bisoku Zenshin, Azur Lane Bisoku


Link Dump

Yes, another Link Dump. Just a routine clearing of the baffles before the Six Weeks of Halloween starts in earnest next week: Scrambled Eggs a la Kung Fu – This woman is creating insane, over-the-top blockbuster cooking videos with homebrew special effects and stop motion animation. Each one is absurdly fun to watch. Scientists find that the moon is rusting and they don’t really know why – It doesn’t look like it’ll be turning red like Mars anytime soon, but scientists are still baffled as...
Tags: Movies, Kung Fu, Uncategorized, Moon, Mars, Hydrogen, University of Hawaii, Leonardo Di Caprio, Craven, Kaedrin, Darmok, Shuai Li, Manoa The Moon, Shocktober, Joe Bob Interviews Wes Craven


'She Is the Ocean' Doc Trailer About 9 Women Who Love the Ocean

"Her blood is the ocean." Blue Fox has released an official trailer for a documentary film titled She Is the Ocean, the latest from doc filmmaker Inna Blokhina. This first premiered at the Ocean Film Festival back in 2018, and also played at the Vancouver Women In Film Festival last year, and will be available in "virtual cinemas" to watch this fall. A woman is like the ocean: a true force of nature. She Is the Ocean follows nine extraordinary women, scattered across all corners of the globe...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Ocean, Documentaries, To Watch, BLUE FOX, Ocean Doc Trailer About, Inna Blokhina


WATCH: What if ‘Sex and the City’ took place in 2020?

Big questions loom large on everyone’s minds as we inch our way through 2020, such as: “What if Sex and the City took place during the pandemic and was suspiciously shot in Los Angeles?” No, it’s not just you — we all want to know. Related: What’s it like to be a gay adult film star mid-Covid? AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); Here to offer sweet relief is Jimmy Fowlie, whose Carrie Bradshaw finds herself in some distinctly current situations, from h...
Tags: Entertainment, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Jimmy Fowlie, Sex And The City, Carrie Bradshaw



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