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Oct 16 Elsa Charretier and Matt Fraction at Fantom comics

1 pm on their Facebook page. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Fantom, Matt Fraction, Mike Rhode, Elsa Charretier


Upcoming Manga Added to the Store for Pre-order! - Week of October 13th

We've added another set of upcoming manga to the store site for pre-order!Here's what's coming:Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba , Vol #19, Graphic Novel - Dec 1Dragon Ball Super , Vol #11, Graphic Novel - Dec 1Jujutsu Kaisen , Vol #7, Graphic Novel - Dec 1One Piece, Vol #95, Graphic Novel - Dec 1Queen's Quality , Vol #10, Graphic Novel - Dec 1Skip Beat, Vol #40-42, Omnibus Edition Graphic Novel - Dec 1Spy x Family , Vol #3, Graphic Novel - Dec 1Twin Star Exorcists , Vol #20, Graphic Novel - Dec 1...
Tags: Anime, Robert, Versailles, Schedule Updates, Upcoming Manga, Graphic Novel Dec 820th Century Boys


Ani-Gamers Podcast #146 – The Deca-Dence of Late Capitalism with Lynzee Loveridge

Anime News Network Executive Editor Lynzee Loveridge (@ANN_Lynzee) joins Evan to discuss their latest anime and gaming escapades ( Re:Zero Season 2 and Into the Breach , respectively). Then they review the 2020 anime series Deca-Dence , a post-apocalyptic survival story that's so much more than it seems. Spoiler warning: we spoil the series after the first few minutes of the review! Topics include: “why Rem and not Ram,” Minions, and drinking cyborg poop liquor. Runtime:  1 hour, 24 mi...
Tags: Anime, Evan, Evan Minto, Scott Gratton, Re:Zero, Into The Breach, Patrick Sutton, Lynzee, Yuzuru Tachikawa, Anime News Network Evan, Deca-Dence, Otaku USA Magazine and Anime News Network Evan, Studio NUT, Lynzee Loveridge, Evan Lynzee Ani, Evan Lynzee


Fantom Comics newsletter excerpts

- WEEKLY SURPRISE WEEKEND PROMOS:Two weekends down! Each week keep an eye out via our social media platforms for promos, sales, and coupons you can take advantage of from Saturdays - Mondays! We will be announcing on Fridays, so stay tuned for some frugal fun during these tough times! - LOCAL COMIC SHOP DAY RAFFLES:Local Comic Shop Day ("LCSD") is the day celebrating the independent spirit of local comic book specialty shops, and it returns for its fifth annual event Wednesday, Nov...
Tags: Comics, Japan, Muhammad Ali, Smith, Frank, Frank Smith, LCSD, Image Comics, Eisner, Attica, Fantom, Big Black, Mike Rhode, Michael Arias, Taiyo Matsumoto, Fantom Comics


Today at 6 pm: OPC Award Winners Share Their Stories: Best Cartoon Award

When Wednesday, October 14, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EDT Add to Calendar   Where Zoom video conferencing app    http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ehchlq6xb614f4d6&llr=5wqitddab     Contact Overseas Press Club of America  [email protected]     OPC Award Winners Share Their Stories: Best Cartoon Award   Join an online program with Adam Zyglis of The Buffalo News, the winner of this year's Best ...
Tags: Comics, America, Ukraine, Trump, OPC, Buffalo News, Mike Rhode, Rob Rogers, Adam Zyglis, Zyglis, Contact Overseas Press Club


A Janitor Scores More Than Minimum Wage in Toshoshitsu no Kanojo

Toshoshitsu no Kanojo Seiso na Kimi ga Ochiru made has perhaps secured some originality in the occupation of its rapist as a janitor has his way with an innocent schoolgirl, a fantasy that will surely be coveted by those who have been so desperately striving for janitor-based inclusivity. Though the art and animation seems lackluster, […]
Tags: Rape, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Toshoshitsu no Kanojo, Toshoshitsu, Kanojo Seiso, Kimi ga Ochiru


*FLUXX ANATOMY* Science Card Game

Age: 8+ Players: 2-6 Playing Time: 5-30 minutes Category: Card Gameschool Area: Science Price: $14 Publisher: Looney Labs Card games are my favorite kind – they’re short, easy to learn, and there are so many great ones! I have been hearing about Fluxx from friends and in Facebook groups for a while now, and there […]
Tags: Reviews, Crafts, Facebook, Games, Science, Homeschool, Fluxx, Gameschooling, Looney Labs Card


*MEDIUM* Word/Party Game

  Age: 14+  Players: 2-8 Playing Time: 30-45 minutes Category: Words/Vocabulary/Card Gameschool Area: Language Arts Price: $20 Publisher: Greater Than Games If you like word and/or guessing games, this game will be right up your alley! Medium is a word clue guessing game with a fun psychic theme. There are 12 sets of cards (which […]
Tags: Reviews, Crafts, Games, Homeschool, Gameschooling


First Trailer and Poster for Paul WS Anderson’s MONSTER HUNTER, Starring Milla Jovovich

First trailer for the upcoming video game adaptation. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Milla Jovovich, The Movie Waffler, Paul WS Anderson


One More Full Trailer for Pixar's 'Soul' Now Set for Disney+ Release

"Whoa! It's my life… Can you help me get back?" Disney has released another new full trailer for Pixar's Soul, which is now set for a streaming debut on the Disney+ service starting Christmas Day. They decided to pull the movie from its theatrical release in November, and show it virtually right away. Soul is about a jazz musician who has lost his passion for music is transported out of his body and must find his way back with the help of an infant soul learning about herself. Featuring the ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Disney, Animation, Jamie Foxx, Pixar, Jon Batiste, To Watch, Ahmir Khalib Thompson, Joe Gardner Tina Fey, Daveed Diggs Phylicia Rashad, Disney Release, Johnnetta Betsch Cole


‘Caste’ Movie Coming to Netflix From Ava DuVernay

Ava DuVernay is sticking with Netflix. The filmmaker will write, direct, and produce Caste, based on the book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. Like the book, the film will explore “the unspoken system that has shaped America and chronicles how our lives today are defined by a hierarchy of human divisions dating back generations.” Netflix announced today that Ava DuVernay would write, direct, and produce Caste, based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Isabel Wilkerson. The book is des...
Tags: Adaptation, Netflix, Ava DuVernay, Caste


The best board and card game deals still going on during Prime Day 2020, including 35% off Exploding Kittens and 33% off Catan

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Ariel Tilayoff/Business Insider Amazon Prime Day 2020 has dozens of deals on all of the best games for hours of entertainment with friends and family.Save up to 68% off top board games, card games, and games for kids, including $18 off Catan, $9 off Risk, and $13 off Trivial PursuitAmazon is also currently offering an extra $10 off when you spend $50 on select games.For more deals, check out our ma...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Games, Parenting, Trends, Board Games, Entertaining, Catan, Gifts For Kids, James Brains, Gifts For Everyone, Prime Day 2020, Product Card, Deals (Reviews, IP Deals, Gifts (Reviews


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Smash Bros. Ultimate Players Lamenting Minecraft Steve’s Blocky Persistence

Japanese individuals playing against the newly added Steve from Minecraft in Super Smash Brothers Ultimate have been astounded by his power, even uploading videos to demonstrate the strength of the character and his ability to “edge guard”. Videos of “skilled” Steve players showing off the extent of the character against non-player controlled foes:
Tags: Games, Nintendo, Minecraft, Anime, Mascots, Smash Bros, Steve, Fighting Games, Video Gallery, Minecraft Steve


Zillow, Yelp identify top 10 most affordable suburbs with a ‘city feel’

Data powerhouses create 'Cityness Index' to identify suburbs that best strike a balance between affordability and urban amenities. No. 3 is surprising, to say the least.
Tags: Lifestyle, Radio, Zillow, Yelp, Suburbs, Housing Affordability, Markets & Economy, Select, Cityness Index, Great Reshuffling, Zillow Yelp


‘Hair Love’ Director Sets King Tut Film at Sony Pictures Animation

Matthew A. Cherry won the Academy Award for Best Original Short for his 2019 short film Hair Love (which he wrote, produced, and directed) and soon he’ll be expanding on that story in a 2D animated series on HBO. But that isn’t the only animated project Cherry will be working on. The NFL player-turned-filmmaker has now lined up a King Tut movie to direct at Sony Pictures Animation, which will mark the first animated feature film of his career. Variety reports that Matthew A. Cherry will direc...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, NFL, Egypt, Sony, Sony Pictures Animation, True Story, Matthew, Cherry, Tutankhamun, Monica, Tut, Matthew A. Cherry, Lucas Brothers, Action/Adventure, Brenda Chapman


Regina King is Developing CW Series ‘Slay,’ About a Witty Teen with Supernatural Powers

A witty teen with a sharp sense of fashion and even sharper instincts uses her supernatural powers to defend her town from the forces of darkness. Sound familiar? It seems like Regina King is drawing inspiration from one famous Slayer for a new CW series Slay, a Black-led supernatural teen drama that the Emmy and Oscar-winning actress – who recently made her feature directorial debut with the acclaimed One Night in Miami – is developing. Variety reports that King is set to executive produce ...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, Abc, Virginia, Fantasy, Teen, Oscar, The Cw, Miami, Cw, King, Black, Regina, Beale Street


Night of the Bloody Apes! (1972)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #15 This film requires some explanation. But does it? Part of me wants to just leave the explanation to that image above. It’s…kind of amazing. But regardless. The film originally came out in Mexico in 1969 as La Horripilante bestia humana (The Horrible Man-Beast) also known as Horror y sexo (pretty sure you can translate that one). It’s apparently a remake of the 1962 film Las Luchadoras contra el medico asesino (The Wrestling Women vs. the Ki...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Mexico, Wikipedia, 32 Days of Halloween, Luchadores


‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ Series Officially Heads to Amazon, Hooks a New Writer

The teen slasher movie I Know What You Did Last Summer was a very big deal to teens in the late 1990s due to its hooky premise and hot cast of young stars, and Hollywood has been struggling to figure out how to breathe life back into that stagnant franchise for years. Now it seems that Amazon has finally figured out how to make it happen, because a TV version for Amazon Prime Video has officially received a greenlight. And while Shay Hatten (John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum) was once on board ...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Sony, Neal Moritz, Flanagan, Gerald, Hill House, Neal H Moritz, Mike Flanagan, Film to TV, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Jason Clodfelter


Tempting Trap Eroge Girls! Girls! Girls!? Launches Kickstarter

The Kickstarter campaign for top trap visual novel Girls! Girls! Girls!? has formally opened, allowing trap fanatics to donate so that it can come to fruition and bless the world with more deceptive sex appeal. A summary of the “plot”: Akihabara, the electric town–hub for state-of-the-art technology, fashion, otaku goods, and the cutest boys in […]
Tags: Games, Romance, Crowd Funding, Kickstarter, Anime, Fetish, Akihabara, Traps, H, Eroge, Visual Novels, Maids, Crossdressing, Yaoi, Maid Café


The Giallo Films of 1978

Continuing this week’s theme of 1978 movies, here we’ll cover two Giallo films of that era. Giallos have been a recurring topic during the Six Weeks of Halloween for the last decade or so. As such, I’ve already covered the origins and several iterations of the sub-genre. The real golden age of Giallos was in the early 1970s. The genre was running out of steam in 1975 when Dario Argento put out Deep Red, which reinvigorated things for a few years. Even then, by 1978, Giallos were at the tail end ...
Tags: Movies, China, Solange, Venice, Lucio Fulci, Blu Ray, Dario Argento, Riz Ortolani, Kaedrin, Testi, 6 Weeks of Halloween, Giallos, Fabio Testi, 1978 Project, New York Ripper, Argento Tenebre


Most Americans who believe their home is haunted don’t care enough to move

A survey by realtor.com showed that 62 percent of respondents would be unlikely to purchase a home that was rumored to be haunted. However, 56 percent who believe their current home is haunted have not thought about moving.
Tags: Lifestyle, Analysis, Radio, West, Agent, Spirits, South, Seniors, Midwest, Northeast, Realtor.com, Haunted Homes


Theme Park Bits: Say Goodbye to Two Shows, Massive Disney Layoffs, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Layoffs sweep through the Walt Disney Company. Entertainment is being scaled back at Walt Disney World. And more! If the bullets above don’t give you a hint, let’s make it real clear right now: those of you looking for an upbeat edition of Theme Park Bits may want to dig into the archives instead. The news coming out of theme parks in the last few days has been exceedingly grim, and I’d rather not pretend otherwise. You’ve no doubt already heard that mo...
Tags: Florida, Movies, California, Disney, Nba, Walt Disney Company, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Gavin Newsom, Anaheim, Mickey, Disney Springs, Ron DeSantis, Tom Bricker


National Geographic’s ‘The Real Right Stuff’ Documentary to Premiere on Disney+ This November

Disney+ is all about the Mercury 7, America’s first team of NASA astronauts, with a new TV series remake of Philip Kaufman’s space drama classic The Right Stuff debuting on the platform. And a new documentary about the real men behind the Mercury program set to join it. The Real Right Stuff is a documentary about the Mercury 7 from National Geographic that has just set its premiere on Disney+ this November. Disney+ announced that National Geographic’s The Real Right Stuff documentary, which ...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Disney, America, Nasa, Philip Kaufman, National Geographic, Jennings, John Glenn, Tom Wolfe, Hans Zimmer, Tom Jennings, David Tillman, James Everingham, The Real Right Stuff, Real Right Stuff


‘The Outsider’ Season 2 Confirmed by Stephen King, Who Promises Something “Really Great” and “Real Spooky”

Stephen King‘s The Outsider is, for the most part, a self-contained story, and the same goes for the HBO adaptation. However, the HBO show did leave room for a second season – and it looks like that’s actually happening. To be clear: HBO has yet to announce an official second season, but someone in the know – Mr. Stephen King himself – says that scripts for season 2 have been written, and they’re “really great” and “real spooky.” Sounds good to me. While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, S...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Georgia, Ben Mendelsohn, King, Ralph, Cynthia Erivo, Erivo, The Outsider, Ralph Anderson, Holly Gibney, Ralph Anderson Ben Mendelsohn, Frankie Peterson


NAR proposes ethics changes to crack down on social media harassment

The National Association of Realtors says it's gotten "an unprecedented number of complaints about Realtors posting discriminatory speech and conduct online."
Tags: Social Media, Radio, Racism, Code Of Ethics, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Select, MLS & Associations, Professional Standards, Discriminatory Speech, Realtors Conference & Expo


Atelier Ryza 2 Famitsu DX Pack’s Futomomo Pass Case Knows What the Fans Love

Koei Tecmo and Gust have further established that they know their fan base as the Famitsu DX Pack for Atelier Ryza 2 comes with a futomomo pass case that focuses entirely on Ryza’s enchanting thighs, the object of adoration amongst players across the Internet. Ebten finally showed off pictures of this glorious collectible through their […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Fetish, RPG, Legs, Famitsu, Koei Tecmo, Tecmo Koei, Anime Goods, Gust, Ryza, Atelier Ryza


‘Dexter’ Reboot Coming to Showtime, Michael C. Hall Returning

I can’t imagine anyone was craving more Dexter right now, but I guess I’m dead wrong because Showtime is bringing the series back! A Dexter reboot will take the form of a new 10-episode limited series that will bring back Michael C. Hall as the serial killer who learned to harness his murderous impulses by targeting criminals. The show started off rather strong and then went downhill incredibly fast, ending with a finale that slapped a terrible fake beard on Hall and made pretty much everyone u...
Tags: Television, Movies, Oregon, Showtime, Miami, John Lithgow, Hall, Dexter, Michael C. Hall, Phillips, Jeff Lindsay, Dexter Morgan, Clyde Phillips, Gary Levine, Showtime Michael, Presidents of Entertainment Showtime Networks Inc


Redfin is looking to raise $525M in senior notes offering

In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Redfin estimates it will post a higher net income in Q3 than it did in the same time period last year.
Tags: Radio, Fundraising, Capital, Redfin, Industry News, Brokerage, Select, Senior Notes, U S Securities and Exchange Commission Redfin


Dexter: Showtime Orders Limited Series Revival with Michael C. Hall Returning

Dexter: Showtime Orders Limited Series Revival with Michael C. Hall Returning Dexter is back! Showtime has ordered a limited series revival of the serial killer drama with lead Michael C. Hall set to return for the 10 episode season (via Variety). PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(function...
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