Fwd: Max Meow Creator John Gallagher Exclusive Launch Live Stream!

Only at Beyond Comics - Tuesday, October 6th 6:30pm to 7:30pm Let Everyone Know - Share the Event! ...
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Oct 27: Roxane Gay, Tracy Lynne Oliver & Rebecca Kirby at Powell's Books

Roxane Gay, Tracy Lynne Oliver & Rebecca Kirby Ticketed Event Tuesday, October 27 @ 6pm (PT) Buy the Book-Inclusive Event Ticket   In The Sacrifice of Darkness (Archaia), Roxane Gay, Tracy Lynne Oliver, and Rebecca Kirby adapt Gay's New York Times bestselling short story, "We Are the Sacrifice of Darkness," as a full-length graphic novel, ex...
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Oct 15: Merrill Markoe at Powell's Books

Merrill Markoe Thursday, October 15 @ 6pm (PT) Register for the Zoom event   Buy the Book   In her first-ever graphic memoir, four-time Emmy-winning comedy writer Merrill Markoe unearths her treasured diaries, long kept under lock and key, to illustrate the hilarious story of her preteen and teen years and how she came to realize that...
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[DESIGN] Vintage Bizarre Halloween

  Buy it here: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/59123728 Short link: ... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Past Expiry]
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New from Sarah Boxer - Lynda Barry reviewed and President Poo

Back to the Drawing Board Sarah Boxer September 24, 2020 Issue https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2020/09/24/lynda-barry-back-to-drawing-board/ Making Comics by Lynda Barry Drawn and Quarterly, 199 pp., $22.95 (paper) and for her new scatalogical political cartoon visit her Instagra...
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That darn Mark Trail, Dilbert and Speed Bump

Note the Mark Trail letter shows no awareness that this is a decades-old reprint. Won't they be shocked when it switches to the new cartoonist next week! Washington Post October 3 2020 Online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/readers-critique-the-post-judging-justice-ginsburg--and-the-coverage-of-her-death/2020/10/02/c5a28e56-04d0-11eb-897d-3a6201d6643f_story.html Abandon the Trail to the awards show [Mark Trail]. Jonathan and Alexis Smallridge ...
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DC Special #12 / Viking Prince - Joe Kubert cover & reprints

Joe Kubert DC Special v1 #12 presents the Viking Prince, 1971 - Three Viking Prince stories make up the bulk of the issue, accompanied by Silent Knight and Robin Hood tales. Joe Kubert supplies the competently drawn new cover, but his earlier work on Viking Prince is far better (originally from Brave and the Bold #1, #5 and #16). Other artists in this DC bronze age adventure comic include Irv [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Eclipse the Magazine #1 - 1st Foozle (key) + Marshall Rogers, Jim Starlin art

Eclipse the Magazine #1 Eclipse the Magazine v1 #1, 1981 - Set in a future metropolis, the bird-like Klonsbon the Foozle makes his key first appearance by Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers. The complex plot and wide array of strange characters are echoed by the intricately detailed artwork. Rogers expends much effort but the results are mixed. Interestingly, the visuals become a bit [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Raihousha-hen’s Pretty Blonde Steals the Show

The newly aired Raihousha-hen for Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei is looking to set the series up with another climactic plot full of battles and magic, though the first episode takes things slower as the characters celebrate New Year’s in yukatas; precious blonde Angelina might be considered the best part of the episode for some, however. […]
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King’s Raid: Ishi wo Tsugumonotachi Fights Off a Monstrous Army

Another money-grubbing Korean smartphone game has been adapted into an anime, this time with King’s Raid: Ishi wo Tsugumonotachi delivering more of the same fantasy world drama as the protagonist goes on a journey to acquire a sword that will help slay his newly surfaced foes. The animation will likely serve as more advertisement for […]
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‘Totally Under Control’ Trailer: Oscar Winner Alex Gibney Made a Coronavirus Documentary in Secret

It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic is deadly, but despite all the headlines and reports providing new details on how COVID-19 has killed infected millions and killed hundreds of thousands, there’s still a lot we don’t know about how this crisis has been handled. But Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) teamed up with directors Ophelia Harutyunyan and Suzanne Hillinger to find out everything they could about what made thi...
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Toby Wallace in Trailer for 'Acute Misfortune' About a Tortured Artist

"The art world caused this…" Dark Star has released an official trailer for Acute Misfortune, a fictional adaptation of Erik Jensen's award-winning biography of the tortured Australian artist Adam Cullen. This originally premiered at the Melbourne and Adelaide Film Festivals back in 2018, and also played at the Edinburgh Film Festival last year. The film is an examination of the connection between the biographer and his subject, following this particular story as it descends into a dependent...
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The Mad Ghoul! (1943)

32 Days of Halloween XIIMovie Night #5 Tonight’s pick is The Mad Ghoul from 1943. What happens when you have three men who want the same woman, one of whom is a mad scientist, one of whom is said scientist’s hapless assistant, and one of whom is neither? Not sure. But give one of them the secret of turning humans into mindless ghouls that need to sustain themselves with human hearts? Oh, yeah, now I bet you can see where this is going. Enjoy. The most economical place to find ...
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Iwa Kakeru -Sport Climbing Girls- Sexily Begins the Ascent

Iwa Kakeru -Sport Climbing Girls- has taken advantage of all its slender heroines by granting watchers some wondrously lewd angles, the show focusing on the competitive sport of wall-climbing as a myriad of muscular maidens heave and pant their way to the top. The anime will probably appease those with a penchant for well-toned women […]
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‘Echo Boomers’ Trailer: A Debt-Ridden College Graduate Turns to a Life of Crime

Okay, Echo Boomers, are you ready to watch this trailer? This is a real movie, I promise, and it’s really called Echo Boomers, because I guess that was the best thing they could think of. In this film from director Seth Savoy, a college graduate in debt gets together with some friends to rob from the wealthy. This actually isn’t a bad idea for a movie, all things considered. It’s certainly timely! But it’s just a tad difficult to get excited for a movie called Echo Boomers. Echo Boomers Tra...
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Gender-Flipped ‘She’s All That’ Remake Casts ‘Cobra Kai’ Star Tanner Buchanan

New remakes are pouring out of Hollywood all the time, and one of the latest is reaching back into 1999 with a remake of teenage romantic comedy She’s All That. But this time, we’re getting an update of the story with a gender-flipped approach called He’s All That, one that will attempt to make a movie star out of TikTok sensation Addison Rae. She’ll be tasked with transforming a nerdy high school student into prom king, and that nerd will be played by Cobra Kai star Tanner Buchanan. Collider...
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Super Pochaco Oshiri Mouse Pad Substitutes a Drum

Otaku searching for a sexy new mouse pad on top of a drum (for some reason) may find this erotic Super Pochaco mouse pad to be a relevant purchase, as the item puts the Nitroplus mascot’s posterior on display and will likely have observers gravely fighting the urge to slap it (the item is set […]
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The Quarantine Stream: ‘Blinded By the Light’ is a Joyous Coming-of-Age Movie That Should Have Been a Jukebox Musical

(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: Blinded By the Light Where You Can Stream It: HBO Max The Pitch: Javed (Viveik Kalra) is a poetry-writing Pakistani teenager growing up in the racially divided, working class town of Luton, England in 1987, who dreams of escaping his intolerant hometown. He unexpectedly finds that escape in the music of Bruce Springsteen, with ...
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Regal Cinemas likely to close all US theaters as pandemic continues to slam movie industry, report says

A Regal Cinemas remains closed during the coronavirus pandemic on May 3, 2020 in New York City Rob Kim/Getty Images Regal Entertainment Group is likely to close all of its US locations as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on release plans, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. After "Tenet" fueled the reopening of hundreds of theaters around the US, postponed movies including the latest James Bond title pull key revenue from struggling chains. Regal began reopening theat...
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Zenonzard’s Luscious Card Art Disgracefully Censored for the West

Smartphone card game Zenonzard has been forced to kowtow to censorship just like so many other Japanese games in the past few years, as observant players have realized the card art for many female characters has been covered up to reduce their bare skin. Zenonzard is a digital card game available on smartphones whose gimmick […]
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Cineworld, Owner of Regal Cinemas, May Close All Theaters in United States and United Kingdom This Week

Last week, the James Bond franchise sequel No Time to Die became the latest blockbuster to have its theatrical release delayed to 2021. That may have been the last bit of hope that movie theaters had for staying open through the rest of the year, because Cineworld is seriously considering the temporary closure of all their Regal Cinemas theaters in the United States, as well as all of their cinemas in the United Kingdom. The Sunday Times was the first to report news that Cineworld would be c...
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The Return of ‘Saturday Night Live’ Is a Bit Rough with Chris Rock and Plenty of Coronavirus Sketches

Saturday Night Live made its triumphant return to Studio 8H, complete with a live audience tested for COVID-19 and socially distanced for safety, including a floor crowd full of first responders. Unfortunately, the return of SNL was a little bit rough, perhaps shaken up by the new normal of producing the show with enhanced safety protocols. There were certainly plenty of coronavirus-centric sketches, and not even the seasoned SNL veteran Chris Rock felt like he was totally comfortable. Let’s ru...
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Regal Cinemas reportedly preparing to temporarily close all U.S. theaters this week

Regal Cinemas might be closing all 543 of its theaters in the United States as early as this week due to continued revenue losses from the coronavirus pandemic. “We can confirm we are considering the temporary closure of our U.K. and US cinemas, but a final decision has not yet been reached. Once a decision has been made we will update all staff and customers as soon as we can,” the theater chain’s parent company Cineworld tweeted on Sunday. A report in Variety the previous day, which cited an u...
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Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Away’ deftly balances space exploration and human drama

“Away,” a new drama on Netflix, tells the story of the first manned expedition to Mars — Emma Green (played by Hilary Swank) leads an international team of astronauts on the three-year mission, while her husband Matt (Josh Charles) is part of the support team back on Earth. As we explain on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, the show starts a bit slowly, and its space sequences (particularly an early space walk) aren’t quite as thrilling as we’d hoped. But “Away” excels at cr...
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100-Man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatte Iru Yet Another Fantasy World Isekai

The isekai genre is still sadly strong and alive as 100-Man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatte Iru has made its debut, a series where school students are sent to a fantasy world and are tasked with fulfilling quests for a “Game Master” to prevent the monsters of this world from invading the […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Image Gallery, Isekai, Maho Film, 100-Man no Inochi, Tatte Iru

Theme Park Bits: Epcot Hours Cut, Meet-and-Greets Back, and a Legendary Song Vanishes

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Character meet-and-greets are back. Epcot’s hours are scaling back soon. And more! First, let’s talk about one of my very favorite subjects: theme-park background music. (Do you think that’s me being sarcastic? It’s not. I adore background music. Really.) As you no doubt recall, Disney recently announced that Splash Mountain would be getting a full overhaul, removing any ties to Song of the South and being redone as a Princess and the Frog-themed attract...
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In Honor of Fantastic Fest

Almost ten years ago, I attended Fantastic Fest at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX. A film festival dedicated to genre movies (mostly horror, fantasy, SF and action), it was quite an experience. Alas, in the times of Covid, large gatherings like film festivals were canceled. They did some virtual stuff, showing a few movies from years past online, but that’s obviously a pale comparison to the real thing. So I figured I’d watch a few movies that were shown at last year’s festival in honor of F...
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Official Trailer for Magical 'Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey' Movie

"No matter who you are, no matter what you do… the magic lives inside of you." Netflix has released the official trailer for Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, a magical new Christmas movie from writer / director David E. Talbert (First Sunday, Baggage Claim, Almost Christmas). Set in the city of "Cobbleton", an imaginary world comes to life in a holiday tale of an eccentric toymaker, his adventurous granddaughter, and a magical invention that has the power to change their lives forever. Ke...
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New Release Review [Cinema] - SAINT MAUD

A fanatically religious nurse becomes obsessed with saving the soul of the dying woman in her care. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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