Tom-toms? Cavna on Tom (Tomorrow) and Tom (the Dancing Bug)

From two cartoonists, twisted takes on life with Trump [in print as From two cartoonists, twisted takes on a surreal presidency] Michael Cavna Writer/artist/visual storyteller Michael Cavna is creator of the Comic Riffs column and graphic-novel reviewer for The Washington Post's Book World. Washington Post Oct. 25, 2020 p. B7 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/from-two-cartoonists-twisted-takes-on-life-with-trump/2020/10/22/b4277568-e254-11ea-b69b-...
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Baltimore Comic Con LIVE through Sat night

Baltimore Comic Con LIVE | Friday | Hall A Oct 23, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4nd08OrvTM ComicPOP Baltimore Comic Con LIVE | Saturday | Hall A ComicPOP October 24 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOEAOxIWStU Baltimore Comic Con LIVE | The Ringo Awards Show Randy Tischler (mod) Comic...
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Yatta ne Tae-chan! Doesn’t Shy Away From Goring Sexual Predators

The second manga volume for the unforgiving Yatta ne Tae-chan! has proven to be as tremendously gory as the last as the main heroine continues on her journey to mutilate the penises (and entire bodies) of sickening child molesters, sure to instill curiosity about the plot and if Tae-chan ever encounters more challenging foes. The […]
Tags: Drama, Anime, Blood, Manga, Yatta, Guro, Tae, Image Gallery, Continuations, Penis Abuse, Yatta ne Tae-chan, Tae chan

Popping The Question

I think this is the first time in the entire comic someone has asked BRUN how she feels WRT smooching Clinton?
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I Feel Personally Attacked by this Cartoon

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Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Fancifully Dances

Avid fanatics of Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? may soon have a mental crisis as the show’s third season talks briefly about the rapidly aging Chino who might lose her loli status in the future, a decision that could potentially cause a significant drop in viewers for future seasons. This might be a short-lived topic […]
Tags: Comedy, Animals, Dancing, Anime, Moe, Usagi, Image Gallery, Gochuumon, Gochuumon Usagi, Encourage Films

Octaman! (1971)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #26 Image: VHS Collector You’d be forgiven for thinking something was amiss when the costume for the titular monster of tonight’s pick is shown straight up at the beginning at the film. Plus: it’s front and center on all of the posters. But then you watch the film and you realize: it’s the best thing of the entire business. And there’s a reason for that: it’s the theatrical debut of makeup and effects guru, Rick Baker (just about everything…it’...
Tags: Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Rick Baker, Kerwin Mathews, Jeff Morrow, Voyage of Sinbad

Watch: Fun Animated Short Film 'Kill Your Idioms' from Grant Kolton

"Pennies saved don't add up to much." Everyone loves idioms! Or at least, we love using idioms and tossing them into casual conversations all the time. Kill Your Idioms is a two-minute animated short created by Grant Kolton that riffs on some of the most popular idioms. "You decide, do your idioms live or die in this animated poem?" Kolton takes idioms and turns them back into literal sentences, then animates a scene for each one. It's a sly lesson in English and a way to make you think abou...
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Anilist Will Reprimand Users Who Repeatedly Use the Word “Trap”

The narrative of being offended by any and everything has persisted in the Western anime community as yet another website has taken a stance against the “offensive” word that is “trap”, with Anilist declaring that they intend to warn and “educate” users who misuse the harmless word. Anilist is a website dedicated to providing Western […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Internet, Lgbt, Censorship, Anime, Traps

Adele Annoys the Cast of ‘The Bachelor’ and Can’t Stop Laughing in a Decent ‘Saturday Night Live’

After a lackluster episode that didn’t take full advantage of the comedic skills of Issa Rae, the latest episode of Saturday Night Live hosted by Adele brought some life back to the late night sketch series. The chart-topping Grammy winner hosted for the first time and didn’t pull double duty as musical guest, but that didn’t stop her from belting out some of her signature tunes in one of the best sketches of the night. But she also couldn’t keep her composure and kept cracking up during one of...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Adele, Snl, Jeffrey Toobin, Maya Rudolph, Issa Rae, Saturday-Night-Live, TV Reviews, Adele SNL Review

‘Scenes From a Marriage’ Will Reunite Jessica Chastain with Oscar Isaac After Michelle Williams Drops Out

Over this past summer, HBO slated a new limited series adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s miniseries Scenes From a Marriage. The project had Oscar Isaac and Michelle Williams on board to star in the examination of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage and divorce through the lens of a contemporary American couple. But scheduling conflicts have kept Williams from being able to stay on board, and now Jessica Chastain is stepping up to take the second lead role instead. Deadline has news on the S...
Tags: Hbo, Jessica Chastain, Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, Williams, Oscar Isaac, Remakes, Chastain, Isaac, Bergman, Michelle Williams, Ingmar Bergman, Julliard, Media Res

Official Trailer for Surreal Dystopian Virus Prophecy Film 'Greatland'

"Our hearts beat for Greatland." Indie Rights has released an official trailer for a very strange, very wacky indie film titled Greatland, the second feature from a diplomat-turned-filmmaker named Dana Ziyasheva from Kazakhstan. This dystopian fantasy film is set in a world where "boys are married to trees, cats and dogs run for President and the Virus has become a new religion." Trapped in a world of perpetual fun and inter-species love ruled by a universal Mother, a non-binary teenager nam...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Los Angeles, Kazakhstan, Indies, Bill Oberst Jr, Shannon Briggs, To Watch, Arman Darbo, Dana Ziyasheva, Eric Roberts Nick Moran J P Manoux, Chloe Ray Warmoth

Short Film: Mutant Virus

A college effort, by the looks of it, and a budget of just $65, this is a 5-minute short directed by Jonah Henrickson and there isn’t a huge amount to say about it. A man (A.J. Brady) with a strange skin tone looks down on a group of people. A girl (Morgan Aranda) is nearby and he tells her not to worry – he’s a good guy. The three below are vampires and are discussing the merits, or otherwise, of student blood. The girl, on request, gives him a ball to distract them (actually probably more get...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Mickey Mouse, Brady, Mickey, Amazon UK, Vampire, Vampire Hunter, Manuel Hernandez, Jonah Henrickson, Morgan Aranda

Black Country Radio recognised at local awards

Black Country Radio has been recognised for its work during the pandemic at the Dudley CVS Covid Heroes Awards 2020. This year’s awards, held for the first time virtually in partnership with Black Country Radio, recognised the exemplary work of people and groups across Dudley borough in the West Midlands, who went above and beyond earlier in the year at the height of the first wave of the pandemic. Black Country Radio was awarded Special Board Award by Dudley CVS, in recognition of the statio...
Tags: Radio, West Midlands, Dudley, Station News, Alex Griffiths, COVID, Black Country Radio, Dudley CVS, Zyllah Moranne Brown, Keith Horsfall, Alex Griffth, Alex Griffith Volunteer

AMSAT 2020 Symposium now online

The 38th AMSAT Space Symposium and Annual General Meeting was held online on October 17, 2020. I’m kinda bummed about this because I just joined AMSAT, but somehow, I managed to miss this event. Fortunately, the symposium was recorded and is now online, and I’ve been enjoying watching the video (see below).  The video includes updates on AMSAT projects and presentations on amateur satellite technology. For details on presenter names and presentation titles, visit the AMSAT website. ...
Tags: Videos, Earth, Radio, Satellites, AMSAT, LunART Luna Amateur Radio Transponder, Open Source Electric Propulsion for Nanosats, ARISS Amateur Radio, AMSAT Education, Eric Skoog

‘The Life Ahead’ Trailer: Sophia Loren Returns After a Decade-Long Acting Hiatus

Nearly 60 years ago, Sophia Loren starred as a mother trying to protect her daughter from the horrors of war in World War II Rome in 1961’s Two Women, a film produced by her late husband Carlo Ponti, and a role that would win her the Oscar for Best Actress. Now the legendary actress is returning to the screen after a decade-long hiatus to tread similar ground, starring as a Holocaust survivor who takes in stray children in a film directed by another Pinto, her son Edoardo. See the trailer for L...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Rome, Netflix, Sophia Loren, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Bari, Rosa, Pinto, Momo, Carlo Ponti, Loren, Edoardo, Edoardo Ponti, Romain Gary

SaDistic BlooD Gorily Humiliates Vampire Maidens

A vampire-centric tale of sex and cruelty has been properly presented through SaDistic BlooD, certain to prove popular amongst vampire fanatics or those who revel in immensely violent and gory sex scenes. The title was developed by the accomplished Black Cyc and written by Izumi Ban’ya, who might be well-known for their work on famous […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Drama, Vampires, English, Anime, Blood, Fetish, Yuri, Guro, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Visual Novels, JAST, Black Cyc

‘Creed 3’ Could Mark the Directorial Debut of Franchise Star Michael B. Jordan

The Rocky franchise starring Sylvester Stallone was resurrected with Creed, focusing on a new main character in the form of Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Johnson, son of the late, great Apollo Creed, a longtime friend and boxing opponent of Rocky Balboa. Not only did it rejuvenate the franchise, bit it created a new legacy by passing the torch and feeling like something familiar and fresh at the same time. Now Creed is following in the footsteps of Rocky by become a full on franchise. Creed II ga...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Sports, Sequels, James Bond, Jordan, Sylvester-Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, MGM, Michael B Jordan, Rocky, Winkler, Fruitvale Station, Adonis Johnson

The Holy Trinity of 80s Scream Queens

For the uninitiated, the Holy Trinity of 80s Scream Queens consists of Linnea Quigley, Michelle Bauer, and Brinke Stevens. We covered Linnea Quigley during the 6WH a couple years ago. Michelle and/or Brink sometimes show up in those movies too. Unfortunately, for actresses with 150-200 movie credits to their name, it’s more difficult to find good examples of their work (that I have not already seen) than you might think. They show up in some very high profile movies, but when you look into it, ...
Tags: Movies, Germany, Berlin, Toulon, Michelle, Rama, De Palma, Linnea Quigley, Michelle Johnson, DeCoteau, Andre Toulon, Creepozoids, David DeCoteau, Joe Bob, Wwiii, Guy Rolfe

10 Movies You Must See in November

Our guide to the most exciting new releases coming in November. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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"In 1938, the dread in taking over a big house like Manderley came from the idea that one could end up an inept matriarch, a woman who could not fulfill her obligations."

"Today, the story could have been fertile terrain on which to explore issues of control, abuse, and the sheer terror of becoming a wife at all. Hitchcock’s version was shaped in other ways by the mores of the time. Because of Hays Code restrictions, the homoeroticism of Mrs. Danvers’s longing for Rebecca could be addressed only through innuendo.... A new film could have explored the violence and sensuality of du Maurier’s tale any way it pleased. And yet Ben Wheatley’s superficial, slapdash new ...
Tags: Movies, Marriage, Instagram, Law, Censorship, Reading, Rebecca, Netflix, Homosexuality, Ben Wheatley, Hitchcock, Ann Althouse, Symes, Rachel Syme, Manderley, Maurier

That darn Peanuts, and Mark Trail

More Linus, less lemon curd Charles Sweeney, Washington Washington Post October 25 2020 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/readers-critique-the-post-this-barrett-photo-caption-could-have-used-more-context/2020/10/23/8a55d3de-1534-11eb-ad6f-36c93e6e94fb_story.html Because 'Archie Trail' just doesn't have the same ring to it Robert Dane, Alexandria Washington Post October 25 2020 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/...
Tags: Comics, Linus, Mike Rhode, Mark Trail, Charles Sweeney Washington Washington Post, Robert Dane Alexandria Washington Post

Hana Uzaki Blood Donation Poster Art Transformed Into Cheeky Figurine

Hana Uzaki, the harmless anime character completely abhorred by Twitter puritans and jealous thots, has continued to triumph as the smug girl has secured a figurine based on the artwork of the blood donation poster (which in turn is based on the cover of the manga’s third volume) that caused such a “controversy”, which even […]
Tags: Anime, Anime Figures, Oppai, Image Gallery, Kadokawa, Waitress, Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai, Hana Uzaki

Original Content podcast: ‘Lovecraft Country’ is gloriously bonkers

As we tried to recap the first season of HBO’s “Lovecraft Country,” one thing became clear: The show is pretty nuts. The story begins by sending Atticus “Tic” Freeman (Jonathan Majors), his friend Leti Lewis (Jurnee Smolett) and his uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) on a road trip across mid-’50s America in search of Tic’s missing father. You might assume that the search will occupy the entire season, or take even longer than that; instead, the initial storyline is wrapped up quickly. And while t...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, America, Tech, Netflix, Indiana Jones, Matt Ruff, Lovecraft Country, Original Content Podcast, George Courtney B Vance, Atticus Tic Freeman Jonathan Majors, Leti Lewis Jurnee Smolett

Atari is opening gaming-inspired hotels around the US, with vintage arcades and pop culture nightclubs. See what they will look like.

Atari. Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images An Atari themed hotel is planned in Arizona, with more locations to come. Atari is behind hundreds of iconic games, including Pong and Centipede. New renders show what the gaming inspired hotel could look like. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Atari, the brand forever linked with iconic games like Pong and Centipede, will soon be a theme for a gaming-inspired hotel in Arizona and Las Vegas.In January, strategy organization GSD G...
Tags: Travel, Gaming, Video Games, Entertainment, US, Trends, Tech, Features, Arizona, Pop Culture, Las Vegas, Atari, Pong, Esports, Phoenix, Gensler

Sekiro Game of the Year Edition Slays Foes With a More Brutal Style

From Software has revealed the teaser trailer for the upcoming Game of the Year Edition of their hit action game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice showcasing the new features added to the game. The free update to Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will include new unlockable skins, challenge modes, and a player recording mode, allowing any player […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Pc Gaming, From Software, Sekiro

Comic for October 24, 2020

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Senyoku no Sigrdrifa Ditches the Planes for Engrossing Swimsuits

Senyoku no Sigrdrifa‘s sky strutting beauties have stripped into bikinis as the show has participated in the mandatory beach episode, delivering plenty of spicy moments and even some service for fujoshi before the girls end up retreating back to the sky. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Beach, Oppai, Image Gallery, A-1 Pictures, Mizugi, Aeroplanes, Senyoku no Sigrdrifa

Building video content? Here’s a simple 4-step formula

As people are now shopping for properties online, agents should try to increase their brand awareness through content marketing videos. Here are a few ways to get them right.
Tags: Video, Marketing, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Content, Video Marketing, Video Content, Diy Video, Brokerage, Select, Listing Videos, Content Marketing Videos, Lisa Suazo

The Ceaselessly Prurient Tsugumomo Manga Emotionally Spanks

Tsugumomo‘s latest chapter has not only proven erotic but emotional as Kazuya and Kiriha make a few fateful encounters, the mischievous duo lacking restraint as they immediately commit to carrying out perverse deeds for the sake of the readers. The manga’s staple service is unfortunately diminished as the 133rd chapter has chosen to focus more […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Pettanko, Tsugumomo, Kazuya

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