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8 Times We Wrote About Trump To Look Back On And Say “Thank God That’s Over”

For real though please let this be over Can you believe it’s been 87 years since the last federal election four years ago? Man, time sure does not fly at all when the president and his band of ghouls wreak absolute havoc and mayhem on the country for an entire term, and when one quarter of that term has been dominated by a pandemic that the president and aforementioned ghouls failed to handle so miserably it would almost be impressive if it wasn’t depressing as hell and truly nightmarish. ...
Tags: Apple, National Weather Service, Colorado, Mexico, White House, Alabama, Canada, United States, Tim Cook, Humor, Kansas, Michigan, Kansas City Chiefs, Biden, Trump, McDonald


Editorial Cartoon by Steve Artley

  Recent Cartoon  (click on Image for larger view) "Voting in the 21st Century" ©2020 Steven G Artley • artleytoons • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED [Author: artleytoons]
Tags: Comics, Artleytoons, Steve Artley, Steven G Artley


ByteDance to pump $170 million into e-book reader Zhangyue

While short videos are what drive ByteDance’s revenues and give the Chinese startup international recognition, the firm is expanding into numerous new areas like other tech giants to fuel growth. It’s dabbled in enterprise software and online learning, and the news came this week that ByteDance will invest in one of China’s largest e-book readers and publishers, Zhangyue. Zhangyue announced Wednesday evening that a ByteDance wholly-owned subsidiary plan to acquire about 11% of its shares for ...
Tags: Entertainment, China, Tech, Tencent, E-books, Bytedance, Online Literature, Zhangyue, Zhangyue Zhangyue


Jillian Tamaki, "Our Little Kitchen," at Politics and Prose

Jillian Tamaki, "Our Little Kitchen" • Nov 3, 2020 Politics and Prose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkt6k8aKQ3M Amazing things happen when a community comes together with creativity, energy, and food! Drawn from author/illustrator Jillian Tamaki's volunteer experiences at a small community kitchen in Brooklyn, Our Little Kitchen captures the chaotic bu...
Tags: Comics, Canada, Mike Rhode, Tamaki, Jillian Tamaki, Mariko Tamaki, Alberta College, Brooklyn Our Little Kitchen


John Gallagher, "Max Meow: Cat Crusader," at Politics and Prose

John Gallagher, "Max Meow: Cat Crusader" • Nov 3, 2020 Politics and Prose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG2QuzAunzc Who needs radioactive spiders to turn into a superhero? It is as deliciously easy as eating a radioactive meatball from your friend's secret lab! Can mild-mannered podCATster Max use his newfound powers for good and save Kittyopolis from the ba...
Tags: Comics, Virginia, John, National Wildlife Federation, John Gallagher, Mike Rhode, Ranger Rick, Kids Love Comics, Will Max, Max Meow, Kittyopolis, John Gallagher Join, John Gallagher Max Meow


Projekt Melody Banned From Twitch & Has Partner Status Revoked

Grotesque thots who were disgruntled over 2D camgirl Projekt Melody ever since her inception have finally had their whining validated as the harmless female was banned from Twitch, despite the fact that her sex-catering endeavors take place on other platforms. The camgirl has yet to address the matter after being issued her Twitch ban, which […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Censorship, International, Bizarre, Feminism, Anime, Livestream, Twitch, Bans, Otaku, 2D vs 3D, Projekt Melody


Musician Biopic Blitz! Timothée Chalamet Bob Dylan Movie Seems to Be On Hold; Wendell Pierce is Playing B.B. King; Alex Winter’s ‘Zappa’; Bee Gees Documentary

Musician biopics are nothing new, but we seem to be experiencing an explosion of them lately – primarily because they tend to be Oscar bait. The Academy just can’t resist going gaga over watching an actor slap on a wig and pretend to be a famous rock star. So it goes! There are a few different musician biopics and documentaries headed our way, and with them comes the following updates. Timothée Chalamet Bob Dylan Biopic On Hold?  James Mangold is set to direct a Bob Dylan biopic starring ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Documentary, Bob Dylan, Musical, Lucasfilm, Frank Zappa, King, True Story, Gail Zappa, Kenan Thompson, Frank, Wendell Pierce, Dylan, Zappa, Pierce


Superhero Bits: Why Stephen Amell Pitched an ‘Arrow’ Return, Lexi Rabe Suits Up as Rescue & More

Why did Stephen Amell pitch a return for Arrow despite the series ending? Want to see Joe Manganiello as Kraven the Hunter? How about Avengers: Endgame star Lexi Rabe dressed up as Rescue? Want to see some leaked promo art from Marvel’s Eternals? Want to see a throwback featurette for the original Blade movie? What’s the only Justice League shot Ray Fisher is in that wasn’t reshot? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Artist ApexForm created a design of Joe Mangianello, forme...
Tags: Movies, Joe Manganiello, Spider-Man, Superman, Disney, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Black Widow, Thor, Henry Cavill, Doctor Strange, Arrow, Thompson, Hunter, Stephen Amell, Zack Snyder


Betting on Biden: Australian bookmaker pays out $17 million on Joe winning, before official result is in

It's the day after Election Day in the United States, and there is no declared winner yet, as votes remain to be counted — either Joe Biden or Donald Trump will be the next President. It's already Thursday in Australia, and bookmaker there says it has paid out A$23 million (USD $16.5 million) to betters who bet on Joe Biden winning the election. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Games, Politics, News, Australia, Joe Biden, United States, Biden, Donald Trump, Joe


Deb Aoki, Brigid Alverson, Erica Friedman, Heidi MacDonald, and I Talk Manga

I have been remiss in not linking to this before now. In the time frame of what would have been the New York Comic Con in mid-October, Deb Aoki, Brigid Alverson, Erica Friedman, Heidi MacDonald, and I did a livestream where we talked about manga for over an hour. It was a lot of fun! Deb, Brigid, and Erica read a lot more in that format than I do these days, and I got some good suggestions of titles to [...]
Tags: Comics, Erica, Manga News, Deb Brigid


Parallel Paradise Forces a Girl Into Sexual Compliance in Only 10 Seconds

Parallel Paradise‘s “hero” has further proven his sexual dominance as the gushing manga’s latest chapter has the conqueror securing another combat win in only ten seconds, an encounter easily seized in a way that will surely have males feeling peak jealousy. As per usual, the manga’s staple amount of gushing waterfall secretions are in abundance […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Ero-manga, Parallel Paradise


Calpico in America

If you’ve read any amount of manga or have an interest in Japanese culture, you’ve likely heard of Calpis. If nothing else, it’s one of those names that are accidentally funny in English, because of the sound. The actual beverage is a fruity, non-carbonated drink with a hint of yogurt. (It’s made through lactic acid fermentation.) It was first launched in 1919, it comes in several flavors, and it’s now more widely available in the US! It’s owned by Asahi, [...]
Tags: Comics, US, America, Asahi, Manga News, Calpis


Andrew Lincoln Trades Zombies For Ghosts as Star of Live-Stream Production of ‘A Christmas Carol’

Andrew Lincoln is trading zombies for ghosts. In Lincoln’s his first role since he left his 10-year gig on The Walking Dead, the actor is set to star as Ebenezer Scrooge in the stage production of A Christmas Carol at the famed Old Vic Theatre in London, which is set to be live-streamed to audiences worldwide.  Lincoln has been lying low since his 2018 departure from the hit AMC zombie series, but it turns out the only thing that we needed to bring the actor back from the dead (so to speak) w...
Tags: London, Movies, Amc, Stage, Broadway, Charles Dickens, Lincoln, Old Vic Theatre, Carol, Andrew Lincoln, Ebenezer Scrooge, Rick Grimes, Jack Thorne Harry Potter, A-Christmas-Carol, Matthew Warchus, Sam Townsend


Warner Bros. Apologizes After ‘The Witches’ Sparks Backlash in Disability Community

The Witches has found itself at the center of a controversy — not for its poor critical reception, but for some bad character design choices. The disability community has criticized The Witches for giving a negative depiction of limb differences, after the witches in Robert Zemeckis‘ film are shown to have three-fingered hands — a disfigurement notably similar to the real-life limb abnormality ectrodactyly, otherwise known as “split hand.” The Witches backlash led to Warner Bros. issuing an apo...
Tags: Movies, Roald Dahl, Disability, Anjelica Huston, Warner Bros, Robert Zemeckis, Warner Brothers, Indiewire, Hathaway, Dahl, Zemeckis, Nicholas Roeg, The Witches, HBO Max, Amy Marren


‘The Walking Dead’ Cast Adding Hilarie Burton as Lucille – the Human Being, Not Negan’s Baseball Bat

Lucille is a familiar name for fans of The Walking Dead – it’s the name Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) gives to his deadly baseball bat. But it was also the name of his dead wife. And now, Lucille – the character, not the bat – has been cast in the series, with Hilarie Burton set to play the part. This is interesting for multiple reasons. One is that Lucille is dead, which means her addition implying flashbacks. The other is that despite being mentioned in the core comics, the character herself is...
Tags: Television, Movies, The Walking Dead, Casting, Virginia, Amc, Burton, Lucille, Negan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Hilarie Burton, Negan Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan Been


Let Him Go Review: A Quiet, Emotional & Compelling Western Throwback

Rating:  8.5/10 Cast: Diane Lane as Margaret Blackledge 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_prebi...
Tags: Movies, Montana, Movie Reviews, Bill, Yellowstone, Kevin Costner, George, Golden Globe, Ma, Lane, Margaret, Costner, Dakotas, Diane Lane, Zack Snyder, Jeffrey Donovan


‘Justice League’: Ray Fisher Says Only One of Zack Snyder’s Cyborg Scenes Appeared in the Theatrical Cut

Actor Ray Fisher, who portrayed the character of Cyborg in Justice League, has a complicated relationship with that movie. The making of the film and some of the post-movie fallout were apparently particularly fraught for him, and now, in a new interview, Fisher says that only a single one of his scenes director Zack Snyder shot ended up making it into the theatrical cut of the movie. Read on to learn about which one of Zack Snyder’s Cyborg scenes appeared in the film. In a new interview wit...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sequels, Justice-League, Batman, Warner Brothers, Snyder, Gordon, Fisher, Zack, Zack Snyder, Cyborg, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Ray Fisher, Gotham City Police


Genshin Impact Advertisements Invade JR Akihabara

Genshin Impact‘s influence continues to grow at an alarming rate as advertisements for the China-developed gacha game have spread to Akihabara and JR Akihabara Station, bound to convince others into becoming addicted to gacha whilst also indirectly expanding the reach of communist China. The official Genshin Impact Twitter account uploaded photos of the many posters […]
Tags: Japan, China, Trains, Marketing, Illustration, Tourism, Anime, Akihabara, Genshin Impact, Akihabara Station, Genshin Impact Twitter


Crunchyroll’s Joanne Waage Says Anime Is Still Growing in Intl. Markets

Joanne Waage, GM of specialty streaming platform Crunchyroll, says that anime is becoming more popular. Speaking at TIFFCOM, she said it is becoming a global phenomenon, built around an essentially Japanese product. The company, Waage said, has focused on expanding beyond core fans to viewers not familiar with the anime medium. Celebrities, including rapper Megan […]
Tags: Asia, News, Global, Markets & Festivals, Anime, Crunchyroll, Megan, Tiffcom, Joanne Waage, Waage


The Most-Watched Streaming Movies of 2020 Include ‘Hamilton’, ‘Borat 2’, ‘My Spy’, and More

Netflix has won another battle in the streaming wars. According to a new report, the service holds 13 out of the top 30 most-watched streaming movies of 2020, including Extraction, Rebecca, Spenser Confidential, and The Old Guard, to name a few. But it’s worth noting that the top three most-watched entries are not on Netflix. Check out the list below. Variety obtained new data from an organization called ScreenEngine/ASI, which “surveyed 1,200 U.S. video viewers aged 13-64 weekly on which ti...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Time, Disney, America, Chicago, Netflix, Hulu, Hamilton, Palm Springs, Amazon Prime Video, Don, Ivan, Lin Manuel Miranda


CS Interview: Loretta Devine on Return to Horror in Spell

CS Interview: Loretta Devine on Return to Horror in Spell ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Emmy winner Loretta Devine (Grey’s Anatomy, Sierra Burgess is a Loser) to discuss her return to the horror genre for the hoodoo pic Spell, which is now available available on digital platforms! RELATED: Spell Review: Too Deliberately Paced But Well-Performed Hoodoo Thriller PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.g...
Tags: Movies, America, South Africa, Cape Town, John, Morris Chestnut, Paramount, APPALACHIA, Earl, Marquis, Reese, Devine, Eloise, Appalachian Mountains, Omari, John Beasley


Glensound pays tribute to its founder Len Davis

Glensound’s founder and former Chief Design Engineer Len Davis has died after a short illness. Before setting up the equipment company Glensound, Len worked at the BBC and designed the first TBU for their first ever phone-in show. The company has paid this tribute on its website, along with an impressive calendar of highlights is his career: “Len joined the Designs Department of the BBC as a graduate engineer in 1960. While working for the BBC, Len designed the first telephone balancing unit...
Tags: UK, Top, Bbc, People, Radio, House Of Lords, House Of Commons, Edinburgh, Charles, UK Parliament, CNC, Tina, Len, Gavin, Gill, Glensound


Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Will Have Two Soundtracks, One for the Score and Another with All That Jazz

In a little under two months, Pixar’s latest film Soul will arrive on Disney+ on Christmas Day. It’ll be the second film that The Walt Disney Company has sent to the streaming service in the wake of the coronavrus pandemic, and the first feature length Pixar movie to not get released in theaters in the United States. But the movie is also breaking ground in another way, as it will be the first Pixar film to have two separate soundtracks released to celebrate the music we’ll hear throughout. O...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Stephen Colbert, New York City, Disney, Soul, United States, Animation, Tina Fey, Walt Disney Company, Pixar, David Fincher, Trent Reznor, Joe, Trent, Atticus


Sequel Bits: ‘Scream 5’, ‘Coyote Ugly 2’, ‘Mission: Impossible 7’, and More

In this edition of Sequel Bits: One of the first film’s stars wants Coyote Ugly 2 to happen Scream 5 reportedly has that classic Scream magic See some more set photos from Mission: Impossible 7 Learn why Kevin Hart is teaming up with Will Smith for a Planes, Trains, and Automobiles remake America’s Next Top Model impresario Tyra Banks, who played Zoe in the 2000 bar-dancer film Coyote Ugly, has designs on a sequel. Banks appeared on Kelly Clarkson’s talk show and revealed that she wants...
Tags: Movies, America, Sequels, Kevin Hart, Will Smith, Kelly Clarkson, Tom Cruise, Hayley Atwell, Hart, Zoe, Christopher McQuarrie, Kyle Gallner, Scream 5, Coyote Ugly, Mission: Impossible 7, Mission: Impossible 8


John Boyega Says Studios Must Protect Their POC Actors From Online Abuse

John Boyega doesn’t want what happened to him to happen to other actors of color. The Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker star has been vocal about his unhappiness with the way Disney handled the torrential online abuse that Boyega suffered when he was part of the Star Wars universe, nor the way his character was sidelined in the films. But Boyega is hoping that other studios will learn a lesson and not let their POC stars “get Boyega-ed.” In an interview with Variety, Boyega urged studios to b...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Chris Pratt, Lucasfilm, John Boyega, Finn, Around The Web, Brie Larson, Skywalker, Ridley, Tran, Boyega, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Kelly Marie Tran


Compass offers agents new solution for digital ad campaigns

Compass, the brokerage founded primarily on offering agents new technological advantages, has added digital advertising to its suite of Marketing Center solutions.
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Social Media, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Compass, Digital Advertising, Online Marketing, Paid Advertising, Instagram Advertising, Facebook Advertising, Brokerage, Select, Compass Marketing Center


Good Oshiri Day Revelers Admire Bottoms of All Shapes & Sizes

Shortly after showing off their appreciation for thighs, artists and social media denizens are now celebrating Good Oshiri Day, serving as a valuable opportunity to give thanks for curvaceous bottoms of both the real sort and as seen in lewd artwork. As always, a literal flood of art and cosplay overwhelmed social media, which will […]
Tags: Parody, Anniversaries, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery


Millennials join in on the mortgage refinance rush

Refinances accounted for 43 percent of all closed loans for millennials in September, according to a new analysis by ICE Mortgage Technology.
Tags: Mba, Radio, Mortgage, Millennial, Ellie Mae, Mortgage Bankers Association, Select, News Brief, Joe Tyrell, Joel Kan, ICE Mortgage Technology


Executive Producer Is Already Working on His Dark Materials Season 3

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Executive Producer Is Already Working on His Dark Materials Season 3 Spoilers ahead if you haven’t read the His Dark Materials trilogy yet! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0,...
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