How to Make an Artbook of Batman: The Animated Series

How to Make an Artbook (ft. Justin Erickson, Creative Director of Phantom City Creative Inc.) Alexandra Bowman • Sep 24, 2020 The Hilltop Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VVwdPHE4pM Ever wondered how a pop culture art anthology is made...
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The Lily's latest comic on RGB

Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed the country we live in. Now is our chance to honor that work. It's time to turn our grief into fuel for change Katie Wheeler September 22 2020 https://www.thelily.com/ruth-bader-ginsburg-changed-the-country-we-live-in-now-is-our-chance-to-honor-that-work/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Oct 13: The Art of Political Cartooning

Oct  13  The Art of Political Cartooning https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-art-of-political-cartooning-tickets-114975063510 by John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Free https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-art-of-political-cartooning-tickets-114975063510 ...
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NPR talks to Allie Brosh

There's No 'Convenient Structure To Life,' Says Allie Brosh Ailsa Chang   All Things Considered September 22, 2020 https://www.npr.org/2020/09/22/915685128/theres-no-convenient-structure-to-life-says-allie-brosh https://ondemand.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/atc/2020/09/20200922_atc_theres_no...
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Eastern Color - publishers checklist

Eastern Color (Famous Funnies) 1933-73 Buster Crabbe Famous Funnies Heroic Comics Movie Love Personal Love Sugar Bowl Comics more on Wikipedia - - - - - - - - - - Home / Publishers [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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The Game Awards 2020 Scheduled for December

This year’s The Game Awards 2020 will be taking place on December 10th, as announced in a press release and on the awards’ official website. The Game Awards is an annual awards ceremony honoring achievements in the video game industry. Established in 2014, the shows are produced and hosted by Canadian games journalist Geoff Keighley. The 2020 iteration of the […]
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Hundreds Of Thousands Of Used Condoms Were Washed And Resold, Which Checks Out For 2020

Courtesy of VTV Truly, truly horrifying, but honestly? Par for the course We’ve clung to the same few phrases to describe this trashcan fire of a year, and they’ve been so thoroughly exhausted by the media, emails from brands dropping in to say just because it’s the end times doesn’t mean you can’t still buy their shit, and probably all bosses at the start of every company Zoom meeting, that at this point I involuntarily brace when I know they’re coming. It was fine at the beginning of ...
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First Trailer and Poster for SOUND OF METAL, Starring Riz Ahmed and Olivia Cooke

First look at the upcoming music drama. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Horror-Tinged ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Reboot From ‘Riverdale’ Creator Ordered to HBO Max

As anyone who watches Pretty Little Liars knows, nothing stays buried forever. That includes secrets, bodies, and of course, the show itself. Just three years after the ABC Family/Freeform teen mystery series went off the air, a Pretty Little Liars reboot is in the works from Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who is developing a “horror-tinged” take on the series with co-executive producer/writer Lindsay Calhoon Bring for HBO Max. HBO Max has given ...
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High School Boy Playing on Smartphone Dies After Falling Into River

A high school boy playing on his smartphone with his friend has sadly died after plummeting into a river, an incident that many will compare to the increase in accidents caused by those negligently playing Pokemon GO. Occurring on the night of September 17th, the 17-year-old high school boy from Iwakuni City traveled to the […]
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Superhero Bits: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ and Revlon, ‘Batwoman’ Adds New Season 2 Cast Members & More

How did Revlon use their make-up to make Gal Gadot look even more stunning in Wonder Woman 1984? When are The CWverse shows like Supergirl and The Flash getting back to production? Who is playing Ocean and The Whisperer in the second season of Batwoman? Want to see a brutal fight rehearsal for the Ronin scene in Avengers: Endgame? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Patch V1.3.1 is underway and includes a number of fixes. ?? Captain America can now smash through doors?? Vill...
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‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: A Series of Fantastic Performances Elevate Aaron Sorkin’s Political Courtroom Drama

The Trial of the Chicago 7 is nothing if not a showcase for great performances. Writer-director Aaron Sorkin has his flaws – some of which are on display here – but one thing he does very well is creating the kind of punchy, snappy, rat-a-tat dialogue that good actors love to sink their teeth into. Some of that dialogue may not always sound natural – indeed, it often borders on speechifying. But Sorkin’s way with words, and a good actor’s talent for delivering those words, usually makes all the...
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Captain Tom Moore Biopic: 100-Year-Old British Hero Raised Nearly $50 Million for the National Health Service

Here’s a story that seems almost too pure for this world. Captain Tom Moore, a 100-year-old British World War II hero who raised nearly $50 million for the U.K.’s National Health Service by walking laps in his garden during the pandemic, is getting a biopic. Variety reports that two companies, Fred Films and Powder Keg Pictures, have jointly won a bidding war for the life rights of former British Army Captain Tom Moore, and they’ve fast-tracked a feature film that’s intended to shoot sometime...
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Amazon Orders Spin-Off of Superhero Hit The Boys!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Amazon orders spin-off of superhero hit The Boys! After receiving even further rave reviews from critics and scoring large viewership from audiences, Amazon is looking to keep The Boys‘ success train rolling as they have begun development on a spin-off series alongside a third season of its flagship, according to Variety. RELATED: The Boys, Truth Seekers & More Part of New York Comic Con Lineup PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptS...
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The Criterion Channel is Offering a Lineup of Great ’70s Horror Movies This October

The Criterion Channel just went ahead and programmed your Halloween movie marathon for you. In October, the streaming service is offering a lineup of great horror movies from the 1970s, including The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The Hills Have Eyes, Don’t Look Now, Deathdream, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and more. Check out the full lineup below, and start planning your horror marathon accordingly. It’s always a good time to watch horror movies. But there’s something extra special about dou...
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‘Rashomon’ TV Series Heading to HBO Max

Back in 2018, word surfaced that a Rashomon TV show, based on Akira Kurosawa‘s 1950 classic, was in the works. Now, a few years later, here’s an update: the Rashomon TV series is still happening, and it’s headed to HBO Max. The Comey Rule‘s Billy Ray and Mudbound‘s Virgil Williams are tackling the script, which will not be a direct adaptation of the Kurosawa film. That film was set in 8th century Japan, whereas the TV series will take place in a modern setting. THR says that HBO Max is te...
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Amblin TV’s Rashomon Series Acquired by HBO Max

Amblin TV’s Rashomon Series Acquired by HBO Max It’s been two years since word first broke that Amblin TV was developing a series adaptation of Akira Kurosawa’s acclaimed drama Rashomon and now the studio has revealed it is partnering with HBO Max for the forthcoming project. RELATED: Amma Asante to Helm Series Adaptation of Smilla’s Sense of Snow PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gpt...
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‘The Boys’ Spin-Off in Development at Amazon, Will Be an R-Rated Series Set at a Supes-Only College

The Boys are back in town at Amazon – and even more Boys-related action could be heading your to the streaming service soon. In the wake of the impressive viewership numbers of The Boys season 2, Amazon is reportedly “fast-tracking development on a new iteration of the popular comic book series adaptation.” Get the details of the potential new series below. According to Amazon, The Boys season 2 “had the most-watched global launch of an Amazon original series ever, with the episodes to date ...
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Bow Wow Confirms Birth of Son With Instagram Model Olivia Sky: “You Gone Take All the Girls” (PHOTOS)

Bow Wow is a dad … again! The rapper took to social media Thursday (Sep. 24) to share the first photo of his second child, his son with Instagram model Oliva Sky. “Man you gone take all the girls,” Bow captioned the photo of his baby boy on Twitter. Man you gone take all the girls. ? pic.twitter.com/tOjqoxQFyu — Bow Wow (@smoss) September 24, 2020 He also posted the same picture on his Instagram Story before sharing one of his “twin”, his 9-year-old daughter Shai. Bow Wow sparked rumors that...
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‘Halloween’, ‘Halloween 4’, and ‘Halloween 5’ Are Headed to Theaters and Drive-Ins This October

There are no new horror movies headed to theaters this Halloween season. Heck, there really aren’t any new movies, horror or otherwise. But if you’re aching for your trick-or-treat fix on the big screen, here’s some good news: Halloween, Halloween 4, and Halloween 5 are all headed back to theaters and drive-ins worldwide through October 31, 2020. Halloween Returns to Theaters CineLife Entertainment, a division of Spotlight Cinema Networks, is partnering with Compass International Pictur...
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Bee Gees Documentary Coming to HBO From Filmmaker Frank Marshall

Frank Marshall, legendary film producer and the director of movies like Arachnophobia, Alive, Congo, and Eight Below, is making sure his directing career is stayin’ alive. Marshall has directed a Bee Gees documentary that has been acquired by HBO Documentary Films. The movie will trace the rise of Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb, who formed the band in the late 1950s and became disco era icons. The movie was part of the official selection for this year’s Telluride Film Festival, and it is set to...
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Survive an Onslaught of Amorous Women in B*tch Hazard

B*tch Hazard has players contending with hordes of unwell females afflicted with the “b*tch virus”, which causes them to be unspeakably amorous and prone to rape the nearest male they can find, a situation that men may liken to paradise. Players take on the role of a rescue unit worker who was dispatched to an […]
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‘The Kominsky Method’ Loses Alan Arkin for the Third and Final Season

The Kominsky Method, a Netflix comedy series that has been nominated for several Emmys, is coming to an end with the third and final season. However, when the show returns to the streaming service, it will be missing one of its two Emmy-nominated stars. Alan Arkin will not be coming back to The Kominsky Method, which also stars Michael Douglas, for the show’s third season. However, this isn’t due to the actor being 86 years old and worrying about working in the age of coronavirus. In fact, Arki...
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T.I. Says He Talked With Tory Lanez About Megan Thee Stallion Shooting: He Said It “Didn’t Happen Like That”

T.I. is opening up about a recent conversation he had with Tory Lanez regarding the Megan Thee Stallion shooting. In a new interview with Complex, the rapper explained why he came to Megan Thee Stallion’s defense after she revealed that Tory Lanez had shot her in both her feet. T.I reacts to Tory Lanez shooting Megan pic.twitter.com/Q5gEY7O7Y0 — RapCentury (@RapCentury_) August 22, 2020 “I feel like Black women are the most attacked, least protected, least defended, most vulnerable, and most...
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Jake Gyllenhaal and Antoine Fuqua Thriller ‘The Guilty’ Heads to Netflix

The Guilty is heading to Netflix, as the streaming giant has landed the rights to the Jake Gyllenhaal and Antoine Fuqua remake of the Danish thriller in a $30 million deal. It’s the latest high-profile acquisition by the streaming giant in recent weeks, which include movies starring Halle Berry, Zendaya, and others. Deadline reports that Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights to The Guilty, a one-location thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal set to reunite the actor with his Southpaw directo...
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Kajillionaire Review: A Wholly Original Work of Dramedic Art

Rating:  9.5/10 Cast: Evan Rachel Wood as Old Dolio Dyne PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0, 0], [[300, 250]]).addSize([750, 0], []).addSize([980, 0], []).build(); PB.gptStandAlone['pb_prebidjs_300x250_a_...
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Why ‘Game of Thrones’ Didn’t Include Lady Stoneheart, According to the Showrunners

George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels contain dozens of jaw-dropping moments, many of which were adapted into HBO’s Game of Thrones. But for years, fans have wondered why one major reveal – the existence of a character called Lady Stoneheart – was not included in the show. Now, more than a year after the controversial final season, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have given three reasons why they didn’t incorporate her into the action. I started reading A Song of Ice an...
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Henry Cavill Not Participating in Zack Snyder’s Justice League Reshoots

Henry Cavill not participating in Zack Snyder’s Justice League reshoots After yesterday brought the surprising word that Zack Snyder would be shooting additional footage for his cut of Justice League with five of its central stars returning, Collider has revealed that contrary to the report, Superman’s Henry Cavill is not set to partake in the reshoots for the infamous cut. RELATED:  CS Video: Release the Snyder Cut Author Sean O’Connell PB = PB || {}; PB....
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TIFF 2020: Francis Lee's Lovely Seaside Romance Film 'Ammonite'

"I don’t want to go back to the life I had before you…" Love is a powerful force. And love can be a beautiful thing, especially when it connects two people who don't have any interest in love. But true love is also rare, and honestly hard to find. As hard to find as a complete, unbroken fossil hidden inside a rock, just waiting patiently for millions of years to be discovered. That is the primary metaphor in this film, and it's a lovely metaphor. Ammonite is the second feature from British fil...
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