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September 29 P&P Live! Ben Hatke-Julia's House Moves On

P&P Live! Ben Hatke-Julia's House Moves On Tuesday, September 29, 6 p.m. https://www.politics-prose.com/events/detailed-list $18.99 $18.99 ...
Tags: Comics, Washington Dc, Julia, Mike Rhode, Hatke, Ben Hatke Julia


Oct 3: Kids' Storytime With Ben Hatke

Kids' Storytime With Ben Hatke Saturday, October 3 @ 11am (PT) Register for the Zoom event   Buy the Book     Author and illustrator Ben Hatke joins us for kids' storytime to share his new picture book, Ju...
Tags: Comics, Don, Julia, Mike Rhode, Ben Hatke


The Post on that darned Stan Lee

Five myths about Stan Lee By Abraham Riesman Washington Post September 27 2020, p. B3 https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/five-myths/five-myths-about-stan-lee/2020/09/24/6add1420-fdbc-11ea-8d05-9beaaa91c71f_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Washington Post, Stan Lee, Mike Rhode, Abraham Riesman


ARCHIE HORROR: The Panel

ARCHIE HORROR: The Panel Ani-Mia, Archie Comics' Ron Cacace, and The Duchess of Free Comic Book Day, and Troy-Jeffrey Allen  Sep 24, 2020 PREVIEWSworld https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tS8C5pxBmzs Episode 4! This month's topic is ...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Panel, Riverdale, Mike Rhode, Troy Jeffrey Allen, Archie Horror, Panel Ani Mia Archie Comics, Ron Cacace, Ani Mia Archie Comics Ron Cacace, Ani Mia, Kyle Robbey, Sapphire Studios Do


Troy-Jeffrey Allen interviews on 'Hotline Miami Wildlife'

Interview: Behemoth Calls Up 'Hotline Miami Wildlife' Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen Sep 22, 2020https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/245992-Interview-Behemoth-Calls-Up-Hotline-Miami-Wildlife [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Miami, Mike Rhode, Troy Jeffrey Allen, Hotline Miami Wildlife, Hotline Miami Wildlife Interview


Justice League of America #97 - Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Justice League of America v1 #97, 1972 - Rarely have I seen a Neal Adams cover so sloppily inked. To be fair, the drawing and composition are also mediocre. Combined with the smaller image area and the competing text, this is probably the artist's worst cover on the series. Other artists in this DC bronze age superhero comic include Dick Dillin and Joe Giella. This is number 15 of [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Neal Adams, Justice League of America, Dick Dillin, Joe Giella, Neal Adams Justice League of America


Marvel Premiere #15 - 1st Iron Fist (key)

Marvel Premiere #15 Marvel Premiere v1 #15, 1974 - Traversing through a remote area of the Himalayas, young Danny Rand must reckon with the sudden deaths of his parents. Miraculously, he's taken in by the immortals of K'Un-Lun Mountain and spends his life training as a martial arts fighter. Iron Fist makes his key first appearance in this two-part origin story. Obviously reflecting the kung [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Himalayas, Keys, Superhero, 1970s, Danny Rand, Ted Ignacio, First appearances, Marvel Premiere


A Fin-Tech Focused VC Fund

[Note from editor: The “Mastermind Showcase” highlights companies and news from members of the GEM. Today’s showcase: Thomvest.] Thomvest Ventures has Invested more than $500M across 53 companies since its founding in 1996. The firm is fully capitalized by Peter Thomson; Peter and his family own a majority stake in the news and information services company Thomson Reuters. Thomvest invests across all stages, from seed to growth equity and is focused on four primary verticals: fintech, proptech,...
Tags: Vc, Radio, Venture Capital, Peter, Dallas Texas, Peter Thomson, Thomvest Ventures, Thomvest, Entrepreneurs and Tech, Alt Financing, Thomson Reuters Thomvest, SoFi Thomvest, Thomvest Properties


A Lusty New Romance Blooms in Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan

After delivering a pitifully boring episode lacking any nudity last week, Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan has tied up its mini arc featuring a new male character who has been training under the wing of Peter, leading to the aforementioned male having sex with a cute guild girl. The episode also hints at some […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Anime, Peter, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Ero-anime, Wolfsbane, Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan, Peter Grill, Kenja, Jikan, Lusty New Romance Blooms


Grossly Overqualified

don't try this at home
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Japan’s Government Now Offering Newlyweds ¥600,000 to Counter Declining Birthrates

Hoping to combat their ever declining birth rate, Japan’s cabinet office is now offering double the monetary support for willing newlyweds, an incentive that will surely convince lonely individuals into marrying (should they be able to actually find a partner). Such costs as rent, security deposits and moving fees will be made easier to pay […]
Tags: Japan, Politics, Marriage, Money, Anime


Natsu ga Owaru made Beyond Humiliating

Natsu ga Owaru made’s grotesque and abusive adult has continued to reap the benefits of his dastardly blackmail as he performs all sorts of sexual activities with his victim in the bath, the woman slowly developing a taste for the irredeemable old man and who will likely soon forget about her beloved. Omake:
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Bathing, Blackmail, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Natsu ga Owaru made, Natsu ga Owaru


M. Night Shyamalan’s Next Film Is ‘Old’, Inspired by the French Graphic Novel ‘Sandcastle’

Over the summer, we’ve been hearing about the impressive ensemble cast for M. Night Shyamalan‘s new movie, slated for release next year. However, what we haven’t heard much about is the story. Thankfully, that changes today, because not only has M. Night Shyamalan officially revealed that the movie is called Old, but he’s released a teaser poster, and a new report reveals the project is based on a French graphic novel. See the poster and get the latest details on the new M. Night Shyamalan movi...
Tags: Movies, Old, Thriller, Adaptation, Universal, Dominican Republic, Collider, Shyamalan, Comic Book/Superhero, Release Dates, Steven Schneider, Ashwin Rajan, Marc Bienstock, M. Night Shyalaman, Pierre Oscar Levy, Frederik Peeters


Hololive VTubers Akai Haato & Kiryu Coco Suspended After Mentioning Taiwan

Cover Corporation, who is in charge of managing Hololive, one of the biggest groups of Virtual YouTubers on the Internet, has decided to suspend their two talents Akai Haato and Kiryu Coco for three weeks after both of them showed and mentioned Taiwan on their livestreams. The suspensions came after an incident where the two […]
Tags: Japan, Politics, China, Censorship, Taiwan, Suspensions, Anime, Cover, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive, Kiryu Coco, Akai Haato


‘Family Guy’ Finds a New Voice for Cleveland Brown, But You Won’t Hear Him This Season

Around the same time the producers of The Simpsons decided that they wouldn’t cast white voice actors to play any characters of color on the animated series, Family Guy followed suit when Mike Henry announced that he would step down from voicing Cleveland Brown, a staple recurring who also got his own spin-off series for a few seasons. Now, after The Simpsons found a new actor to voice Homer’s friend Carl, Family Guy has done the same by announcing a new voice for Cleveland Brown. Voice actor A...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Casting, Fox, Simpsons, Animation, Cleveland, Seth Macfarlane, Family Guy, Henry, Mike, Mike Henry, Arif, Cleveland Brown, Zahir


‘Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness’ Trailer: The Hit Video Game Is Becoming a CG Anime Series at Netflix

The Resident Evil video game franchise already has an entire series of live-action movies, not to mention a handful of computer animated movies. Now the popular horror game title is heading to streaming with its first computer generated anime TV series at Netflix. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness was announced on Capcom’s virtual Tokyo Game Show stream, and Netflix quickly released the first teaser trailer for the series, which finds Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield each investigating myster...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Animation, Anime, Video Game, Leon, Claire, Capcom, TV Trailer, Resident Evil, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Claire Redfield, Leon S Kennedy, Kei Miyamoto, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness


James Cameron Says Live-Action ‘Avatar 2’ Production Is Complete, ‘Avatar 3’ Almost Finished Too

Towards the end of 2019, director James Cameron said the performance capture side of both Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 had been completed. At the time, he said they were mostly done with the live-action side of production too, but they had a couple more months of work to do that would be completed in the spring. However, he wasn’t expecting the coronavirus pandemic to put a wrench in those plans, and production in New Zealand was forced to shut down a bit, resulting all the Avatar sequels being delaye...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Pandora, Avatar, Sequels, Cameron, New Zealand, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James-Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Avatar 2, Oona Chaplin, Jake, Disney/Pixar, Neytiri, Jon Landau


MonsterVision

Back in the 1990s, TNT aired a program called MonsterVision. The show took many forms over the course of the decade, including narrators and guest hosts. There was even a short stint in which famed magicians Penn and Teller hosted marathons of old B-Movies from the 1950s and 1960s. Ultimately, though, the reason MonsterVision looms large is because Joe Bob Briggs hosted the program from 1996 until the show’s demise in 2000. A drive-in movie critic that covered a beat consisting of trashy, gr...
Tags: Movies, US, Warner, John Lithgow, TNT, Briggs, Penn, Vincent, John Carpenter, Brian De Palma, Gregory, Starman, Johnny, Cain, Hussey, Hitchcock


Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires Ditching the Open-World System

The mindless hack and slash franchise that is Sengoku Musou has announced the next entry into the series by way of Tokyo Game Show Online 2020, distributing a trailer introducing Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires, and instead of exhibiting hordes of worthless minions being shredded like paper, the trailer mainly focused on the construction of buildings. […]
Tags: Games, History, Anime, Announcements, Tecmo Koei, PV, Continuations, Sengoku Musou


‘Teddy’ Review: An Emotional Werewolf Story Audiences Can Sink Their Teeth Into [Fantastic Fest 2020]

The only constant thing in life is change. A simple statement but profoundly complex given the effects time has on our emotions, physical bodies, and maturation. Werewolf stories utilize physical transformation on a thematic level in various ways, but at the heart of their stories is an aspect of the uncontrollable loss of self through physical alterations. This sub-genre of horror gives glimpses into our resistance to change and is one reason why it resonates with audiences multiple times over...
Tags: London, Movies, Drama, Horror, France, Movie Reviews, Teddy, Jekyll, Hyde, Ludovic, Film Festivals, Doc Martens, John Landis, Fantastic Fest, American Werewolf, Anthony Bajon


Sankaku Apple App 3.6 Now Faster Than Ever

Slaves to the Great Fruit finally have something to celebrate other than pending anti-trust litigation – a new version of the official Sankaku iOS app, bringing with it a number of essential enhancements. Freely download it from the App Store now. It will, of course, work best in conjunction with a Sankaku Plus subscription (which […]
Tags: Apple, Internet, Smartphones, Meta, Anime, Announcements, App Store, Sankaku Channel, Sankaku Complex


Official Trailer for Subconscious Mind Grand Sci-Fi Short 'Cognition'

"The mind can be a precarious thing… It can either serve or deceive." The Talash Video Centre and Digital Boulevard have released the official trailer for a peculiar new sci-fi project titled Cognition, the first film made by filmmaker Ravi Ajit Chopra. Cognition is a 27 minute short dystopian sci-fi drama / thriller about a son confronting his past trauma. Journeying through the symbolic landscape of the subconscious mind, the story follows an unbreakable bond between father and son…. A bon...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, Short Film, Ravi, To Watch, Digital Boulevard, Ravi Ajit Chopra Cognition, Georgia Sandle


The Best Movies Leaving HBO Max in October 2020

We’re officially in Halloween season, and since the holiday has basically been canceled in many places this year, that gives you even more time to settle in and watch a bunch of movies. But if you burn through all of your annual horror favorites and still have time to poke around in the HBO Max library, these are a few movies that you should add to your queue and watch before they vanish throughout the month of October. Here are the best movies leaving HBO Max in October 2020. The Nice Guys...
Tags: Florida, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Ocean, Steven Soderbergh, Peter Jackson, Rogers, Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Amélie, The Nice Guys, Top Hat, Ocean's 11, HBO Max


Meet Bio-Hackers in Trailer for Fascinating 'Citizen Bio' Documentary

"What does that mean for me to change my DNA, what does that mean for me as a human being?" Good questions. Showtime has released an official trailer for an intriguing documentary film titled Citizen Bio, examining the controversial world of "bio-hacking." This hasn't premiered at any festivals, but will debut streaming on Showtime soon. Citizen Bio follows the stories of four of America's most notorious biohackers and their relationships with Aaron Traywick, a self-proclaimed biohacker whos...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, America, Showtime, Documentaries, To Watch, Aaron Traywick


Kamisama ni Natta Hi Promising a Godly Tale

Kamisama ni Natta Hi, the deftly approaching new show in the three-way collab between Key, Aniplex, and P.A. Works, has enlightened expectant watchers further with another PV, promising the usual slice-of-life mania as well as some dark and foreboding implications that will hopefully prove more satisfying than the previous series in the collab. Introducing a […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Nuns, Moe, KEY, PV, Aniplex, P.A. Works, Kamisama ni Natta Hi, Kamisama ni Natta


Trailer for Lost in Subconscious Mind Grand Sci-Fi Short 'Cognition'

"The mind can be a precarious thing… It can either serve or deceive." The Talash Video Centre and Digital Boulevard have released the official trailer for a peculiar new sci-fi project titled Cognition, the first film made by filmmaker Ravi Ajit Chopra. Cognition is a 27 minute short dystopian sci-fi drama / thriller about a son confronting his past trauma. Journeying through the symbolic landscape of the subconscious mind, the story follows an unbreakable bond between father and son…. A bon...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, Short Film, Ravi, To Watch, Digital Boulevard, Ravi Ajit Chopra Cognition, Georgia Sandle


Durango Kid #5 - Frank Frazetta art

Durango Kid #5 Durango Kid v1 #5, 1950 - Settlers plan on building a town around Fort Pitt in Pennsylvania, but not before a lumber company decides to thwart their plans. The weak opening panel (of settlers felling trees) is atypical for Frank Frazetta, who compensates with deftly drawn remaining pages. The wilderness setting is an artistic high point, particularly the meticulously detailed [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Pennsylvania, Unknown, Durango, Frank Frazetta, Fort Pitt, Durango Kid v1


Amateur radio in the news: More ISS SSTV, AMSAT-DL Satellite Symposium video now online, Seattle club’s testing triumph

An SSTV image sent by the ISS in August 2020. More SSTV from the ISS Southgate reports that slow-scan TV (SSTV) transmissions will probably occur from the International Space Station (ISS) next week: Wed 2020-09-30 13:05 UTC to 18:45 UTC Thu 2020-10-01 12:30 UTC to 17:40 UTC Images will be downlinked at 145.8 MHz and the expected SSTV mode of operation is PD 120. If you receive the transmissions, you can post and view images on the ARISS SSTV Gallery at https://www.spaceflightsoftware.com/A...
Tags: Radio, Satellites, Seattle, Iss, Northwest, International Space Station ISS, SSTV, Classes/Testing/Licensing, Amateur Radio in the News, AMSAT, ISS Southgate, The West Seattle Amateur Radio Club


The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Ratched' to 'Schitt's Creek'

Sarah Paulson in "Ratched" Netflix Ryan Murphy's "Ratched" and Emmys champion "Schitt's Creek" are among Netflix's most popular shows this week.  Netflix introduced daily top lists of the most popular titles on the streaming service in February. Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of the lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular TV shows on Netflix. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Ryan Murphy's third series for Netflix as par...
Tags: TV, Media, Entertainment, US, Trends, Features, Fbi, Netflix, Atlantic, Streaming, Hilary Swank, Ryan Murphy, Sarah Paulson, Rose, Indiewire, Daniel


Become One With Azur Lane’s Belfast by Way of This Wedding Dress Figure

Azur Lane’s Belfast, who players likely most admire for her formidable “guns”, can now officially wed her favorite players through this wedding dress figurine, bound to be a hot commodity for those obsessed with the shipgirl – Belfast and her buyer can share their vows come October of next year. Belfast can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Games, Wedding, Belfast, Anime, Anime Figures, Oppai, Image Gallery, Hobby Max, Azur Lane



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