Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi Episode 6 Impression

On this episode, Towa's party visits a village to investigate the source for missing travelers. Later, they meet a monk.First off, I really love the biking travel scene because it's a very similar reference to Inuyasha and Kagome. Also, the demon slaying action at a village is pretty cool. But, unfortunately, I'm not very fond of Towa's continuous naivety that doesn't have any connection to Kagome or Sesshoumaru themselves. Maybe she got the naivety from Sota? Anyway, I still really like Moroha....
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Alice Oseman’s Heartstopper is an absolutely wonderful coming-of-age romance between British schoolboys. Charlie is a runner and drummer, known to be gay. Nick is the human equivalent of a golden retriever, a rugby player and outgoing everyday guy. They meet when assigned seating together in class and develop an unexpected friendship as Nick recruits Charlie to the team. Nick also helps Charlie shake off Ben, another rugby player who dates a girl while sneaking around making out with Nick. There...
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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka III Episode 6 Impression

On this episode, Bell and Fels discovers Ikelos Familia's base. Meanwhile, they learn about the secret Daedalus bloodline and battles against them. So it's interesting to see the antagonistic Daedalus bloodline being revealed and how they are connected with the man-made labyrinth. Also, the battle between Bell's allies and Ikelos Familia is very nicely intense. Other than that, I hope Bell can somehow rescue the Xenos. Now what's going to happen next? I can't wait to find out. Overall, interesti...
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Nov 11: Tommy Siegel with Ben Thornewill

Wednesday, November 11 at 7 p.m. Tommy Siegel with Ben Thornewill I Hope This Helps: Comics and Cures for 21st ...
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Tonikaku Kawaii Episode 6 Impression

On this episode, Nasa thinks of buying a bigger home and confronts Tsukasa about his idea. Later, they plan to visit Tsukasa's parents for a guarantor request. Wow, seeing Nasa think up of buying a bigger home is hilarious and quite adorable. Also, I really liked how Tsukasa is fine with their small apartment until Nasa convinced her otherwise. Other than that, seeing Nasa's mom's phone reactions is interesting. Now what's going to happen next? I'll be really looking forward to it. Overall, ador...
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John Oliver Wants YOU To Be A Good Patriot And Send Weird Porn To The Trump Campaign

YouTube screenshot | Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Democracy is about everyone doing their part John Oliver very rarely covers the events of the past week on his show, even though the show itself is called Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. However, that has changed slightly over the course of this year. Mostly because some of the things that have transpired this year, for better or for worse (usually for worse), simply cannot be ignored or left unaddressed, like the horrific Keno...
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*ISTANBUL* Grand Bazaar Economic Strategy Board Game

If you’re ready to up your Gameschool Game, Instanbul (an economic strategy board game) is a great choice! Visit the beautiful, bustling, Grand Bazaar in the city full of architecture, spices, fabric, warehouses, mosques, and more.   The first player to collect 5 rubies wins. To have a chance, merchants must be quick. The first […]
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Comic for November 09, 2020

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Troy-Jeffrey Allen interviews Space Bastards

Interview: Space is the Final Frontier...for Bastards! Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen PREVIEWSworld Nov 06, 2020 https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/247204 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Inu Ninattara Suki na Hito ni Hirowareta Accidentally Sucks It

The abundance of raunchy manga continues to increase in quantity as the first volume of Inu Ninattara Suki na Hito ni Hirowareta ensures readers plenty of undressing service and hilariously sensuous scenes, as the manga revolves around a male being turned into the dog of a girl he likes. The first volume contains a scene […]
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Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 5 Recap: Honey

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 5 Recap: Honey In episode 6.05 of Fear the Walking Dead titled “Honey,” Dwight and Sherry team up with a mysterious faction of people to take down Ginny. But when Morgan unexpectedly offers to help, a power struggle ensues. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdm...
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‘Happiest Season’ Trailer: Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis Lead Hulu’s Christmas Rom-Com

Netflix may churn out a ton of Christmas movies every year, but Hulu is not content to completely cede that territory to its streaming rival. While it certainly won’t be able to match Netflix in terms of sheer quantity of Christmas films, Hulu is hoping that the quality of a film like Happiest Season, a new rom-com starring Kristen Stewart (Personal Shopper) and Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), will elevate it into the zeitgeist. And with a hooky premise and a wonderful cast on board, they ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Kristen-Stewart, Hulu, Mackenzie Davis, Clea DuVall, Charlie, Garber, Mary Steenburgen, Happiest Season, Abby Kristen Stewart, Harper Mackenzie Davis, Mary Holland Veep Brooklyn Nine Nine

Superhero Bits: Buy Miles Morales’ New Adidas Shoes, ‘Peacemaker’ Series Production Window & More

Want to pick up the Adidas shoes that Miles Morales wears in the new Spider-Man game? How much money will Square Enix lose due to Marvel’s Avengers poor sales? Want to win a Crisis on Infinite Earths script signed by Grant Gustin and Ezra Miller? How did Robin die in Batman v Superman? When does the Suicide Squad spin-off series Peacemaker start shooting? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. This new Marvel Storyboards featurette talks to cosplayers about their process a...
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The Flash: 100 Greatest Moments

Review by KC Carlson There have been several DC characters named the Flash (or something similar, like Kid Flash), and so it was about time that DC did one of these books devoted to all things Flash. The Flash: 100 Greatest Moments is the latest in the series of DC Comics history books by Robert Greenberger, after the Justice League, Batman, Super-Villains, and Super Heroines volumes. Like both Superman and Batman, the Flash first appeared during the Golden Age of [...]
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‘Superman & Lois’ Writer Nadria Tucker Says She Was Fired After Raising Issues With CW Show’s Sexism and Racism

Greg Berlanti’s CW superhero show universe, otherwise known as the “Arrowverse,” is known for being proud and progressive with its depiction of comic book heroes. The Arrowverse has the first lesbian superhero show, diverse casts, several female-led TV shows. But the CW’s upcoming Superman & Lois may be facing issues related to sexism and racism, according to a recently fired writer for the series. TV writer Nadria Tucker, whose previous credits include Underground and a story editor positio...
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Top 10 Most Emotionally Devastating Shounen Jump Manga

A series that refuses to end has snagged the first spot of another ranking as this new release accumulated opinions regarding the Shounen Jump manga that most easily moved readers to tears, resulting in two hotly competing titles occupying the top of the list. The ranking: 1. One Piece 2. Kimetsu no Yaiba 3. Ansatsu […]
Tags: Drama, Rankings, Anime, Manga, Gintama, One Piece, Slam Dunk, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Shonen Jump, Kimetsu no Yaiba

‘Retribution’: Liam Neeson to Growl His Way Through a New Riff on ‘Speed’

Liam Neeson‘s late-stage career as an action star is set to continue in Retribution, the latest film from Predators director Nimród Antal. We just ranked all of the Old Man Liam Neeson action movies last week, and it sounds like we’ll need to update that list after this one enters the fray. Get the details about the new movie below. Deadline reports that Studiocanal, The Picture Company, and Ombra Productions are teaming up to make Retribution, an action thriller which seems poised to enter ...
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‘Oslo’: Ruth Wilson And Andrew Scott Will Star in New HBO Movie From Executive Producer Steven Spielberg

Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott, both of whom appear in HBO’s adaptation of His Dark Materials, are reuniting for another HBO project: Oslo. Based on the stage play by J.T. Rogers, who will also pen the script, the film chronicles the real-life secret back-channel talks that lead to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. Bartlett Sher will direct the film while Steven Spielberg will serve as one of the executive producers. Based on true events and the play by J.T. Rogers, Oslo follows “negotiations betwe...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Casting, Israel, Broadway, Dreamworks, Steven-Spielberg, Ruth Wilson, Mona, Oslo, Bartlett Sher, Joel, Foreign Ministry, Tony Award, Shimon Peres

New Extended Preview for 'Small Axe' Anthology Arriving This Month

"As individuals, we have an impossible battle. As a collective, we stand a chance." Amazon has released a final "extended preview" trailer for Steve McQueen's Small Axe, his thrilling new anthology of five films streaming on Prime Video later this month. A few of them just premiered at the New York & London Film Festivals to rave reviews. Small Axe consists of five different films - titled Mangrove, Lovers Rock, Alex Wheatle, Education, and Red, White and Blue. Based on true stories, they ea...
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Wentworth Miller Reveals He Won’t Return for More Prison Break

Wentworth Miller reveals he won’t return for more Prison Break It’s been three years since we last saw the core cast of Fox’s hit action crime thriller Prison Break returned for the latest chapter in Michael Scofield’s journey and after on-and-off talk about possibly continuing the series with a sixth season, chances are it won’t happen now as star Wentworth Miller has revealed in an Instagram post that he won’t return to the series. RELATED: Dark Shadows Sequel Reboot No Longer Moving Forw...
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‘The Hardy Boys’ Trailer: The Teen Mystery Series Heads to Hulu

The Hardy Boys are back, in Hulu form. The classic stories about two brothers solving mysteries are getting a modern-day update via this new Hulu series, in which brother Frank (16) and Joe (12) Hardy “set out to uncover the truth behind the recent tragedy that has changed their lives, and in doing so, uncover something much more sinister.” Watch The Hardy Boys trailer below. The Hardy Boys Trailer The Hardy Boys have been around since 1927, originating as book characters created by Edw...
Tags: Movies, Hulu, Joe, Frank, Bridgeport, Fenton, Riverdale, Edward Stratemeyer, TV Trailer, Hardy Boys, Franklin W Dixon, James Tupper, The-Hardy-Boys, Joe 12 Hardy, Rohan Campbell, Alexander Elliot

Schools front and center in NAR anti-steering strategy

The 1.4 million-member trade group says it will help create more accurate third-party information on school quality beyond test scores.
Tags: Radio, Schools, NAR, Newsday, National Association of Realtors, Select, Fair Housing, Bryan Greene, MLS & Associations, Bill Dedman, School Districts, Realtors Conference And Expo

NAR to take on schools as a mechanism for steering

The 1.4 million-member trade group says it will help create more accurate third-party information on school quality beyond test scores.
Tags: Radio, Schools, NAR, Newsday, National Association of Realtors, Select, Fair Housing, Bryan Greene, MLS & Associations, Bill Dedman, School Districts, Realtors Conference And Expo

EXp shares plans to blast into 2021 with record growth

At the company's eXpCON, multiple leaders shared their vision for eXp's 2021 growth, which hinges on the launch of several initiatives, namely eXp Global.
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Proposed class-action suit takes aim at Airbnb over pandemic refunds

A vacation rental host is leading a class action lawsuit against Airbnb due to the way it handled refunds amid the coronavirus outbreak in the spring.
Tags: Radio, Lawsuits, Airbnb, Usa Today, Rentals, Cnbc, Anthony Farmer, News Brief, Property Portfolio, Coronavirus, HostGPO, Michael Skiles

Isekai Harem Monogatari Eyeing up a New Pretty Kitty Girl

Isekai Harem Monogatari’s alpha male protagonist will soon be accepting a new cat-eared girl into his harem of women thirsting for easy level grinding as the third episode has those females performing sex acts, sure to be entertaining to watchers who haven’t tired of them yet. The PV for the third episode has shown off […]
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‘Ammonite’ Theatrical Release Date Set for November, On Demand in December

Ammonite, the romantic period piece starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan, now has a release date. In fact, it has two release dates. The film will hit theaters (assuming any are still open) this Friday. However, if you can’t or won’t return to a theater, never fear – the flick will find its way to premium on-demand in December. Ammonite In Ammonite: “In the 1840s, acclaimed self-taught paleontologist Mary Anning works alone on the wild and brutal Southern English coastline of Lyme Re...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Kate-Winslet, Toronto International Film Festival, Charlotte, Saoirse-Ronan, Mary, Francis Lee, Mary Anning, Release Dates, Ammonite, Roderick Murchison

Jordan Peele’s Next Horror Film Lands 2022 Release at Universal

Jordan Peele’s next horror film lands 2022 release at Universal After attaching himself as a producer on a number of genre projects on both the big and small screens, Jordan Peele is officially stepping back into the feature director’s chair for a new horror film at Universal Pictures, which the studio has just set for a July 2022 release! RELATED: Jordan Peele Teaming With Universal for People Under the Stairs Remake PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandA...
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New Jordan Peele Horror Movie Arriving in Summer 2022

Last October, word broke that Universal inked a five-year first-look deal with Jordan Peele, with plans for Peele to write, produce, and direct at least two movies. Now, we have an update on when we’ll see the first of those films: July 22, 2022. While we don’t know what the film will be about it, Universal is calling it a “horror event title,” which is exciting enough on its own. With Get Out and Us, Jordan Peele created two of the most interesting horror movies of the 21st century. And now...
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