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Nov 18: Tommy Siegel, author of I Hope This Helps: Comics and Cures for 21st Century Panic

Nov 18: Tommy Siegel, author of I Hope This Helps: Comics and Cures for 21st Century Panic https://www.onemorepagebooks.com/event/help-tommy-siegel-author-i-hope-helps-comics-and-cures-21st-century-panic Tommy Siegel and his new book are here to help! I Hope This Helps: Comics and Cures for 21st Century Panic  has had our staff laughing since it arrived last mo...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Conan, Ringo Starr, Letterman, Arlington, Tommy, Mike Rhode, Tommy Siegel, Comics and Cures for 21st Century Panic, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez With


Let’s Take A Moment To Appreciate This Year’s Awful Art Restorations

They’re horrible and I love them Given that 2020 has been an unending shit show of political turmoil, climate disasters, and a global pandemic, it’s understandable that some of the less urgent or, shall we say, completely dire things that have transpired over the last year have flown under the radar. Two of these news stories that were drowned out by the fact that the world is on fire, both figuratively and literally, come to us from Spain, and both involve the arts. Spain, like much of E...
Tags: Europe, Abc, Spain, Getty Images, Humor, Jesus, Valencia, Afp, Homo, Europa Press, Jesus Jesus, Bartolome Esteban Murillo, Palencia, Sloane Hughes, Los Venerables, Antonio Capel


Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou Builds up Its Horrifying Story

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou has built upon the anime’s story with its latest episode, which will once again appease both fans wanting to see old scenes remade and those wishing for new material as the seventh episode catered to both desires, though many will be curious if the end of the arc will […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Horror, Anime, Remakes, Image Gallery, Adaptations, 07th Expansion, Higurashi, Passione, Naku Koro ni Gou


Al Goodwyn's latest cartoon newsletter

EDITORIAL CARTOONS http://xp4zn.mjt.lu/nl2/xp4zn/57p53.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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LoC blogs on Lynd Ward

Lynd Ward's Eerie, Early Graphic Novel, "Gods' Man" by  Mark Dimunation Library of Congress Blog November 12, 2020 https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2020/11/lynd-wards-eerie-early-graphic-novel-gods-man/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Congress, Mike Rhode, Lynd Ward


‘The Fighting Shirley Chisholm’: Danai Gurira to Play the Groundbreaking 1972 Presidential Hopeful

Danai Gurira (Black Panther, The Walking Dead) is set to star in The Fighting Shirley Chisholm, a movie about the United States of America’s first Black congresswoman who went on to make history yet again by running for president in 1972. Variety reports that Gurira, who appeared in last year’s Avengers: Endgame and is rumored to show up in Legendary’s giant monster movie Godzilla vs. Kong next year, will play Shirley Chisholm, taking over in a role that was once earmarked for Viola Davis (Fe...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Danai Gurira, Casting, America, United States, Davis, True Story, Black, Kamala Harris, Political, United States of America, Variety, Kong, Amazon Studios


King Von’s Sister Blasts Atlanta Mortician Who Allegedly Leaked Rapper’s Autopsy Photos: “WE NEED HIM FIRED NOW!”

King Von’s sister Kayla B has called out the mortician who allegedly took photos of the slain rapper following his autopsy and is believed to have helped the images spread online, sparking outrage all over social media. On top of that, Kayla says that the man should be fired for his actions, but claims he’s being protected by his employer. King Von, whose real name was Dayvon Daquan Bennett, was shot outside an Atlanta nightclub just after 3 a.m. last Friday (Nov. 6). Investigators believe the s...
Tags: Celebs, Hollywood, Instagram, Atlanta, Chicago, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Curry, Rondo, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, SMH, Kayla, Fif, Grady Memorial Hospital, Hustle Gang


‘Eloise’ and the U.K. Version of ‘Dennis the Menace’ Getting Live-Action Adaptations

Big day for fans of kid toon troublemakers. Both Eloise and the U.K. version of Dennis the Menace (a totally different character than the blonde cherubic rascal we know in the States) are set to get live-action adaptations on both the big screen and small screen. MRC Films, the studio behind Knives Out, is developing a live-action Eloise movie, while British company Beano Studios is pitching a live-action series of Dennis the Menace which will be a “darker” teen-led take on the character (again...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Netflix, Adaptation, States, Audrey Hepburn, Thompson, Mrc, Dennis, Julie Andrews, Riverdale, David Law, Greg Berlanti, DC Thomson, Linda Woolverton, Beano


Superhero Bits: Petition Wants Amber Heard Out of ‘Aquaman 2’, ‘Black Lightning’ Spin-Off Coming & More

Did you know the new Hot Toys figure of Miles Morales from the new Spider-Man game comes with Spider-Cat? Who will be at the center of a Black Lightning spin-off series? Will WandaVision get its own documentary series? What Batman story does Zack Snyder desperately want to turn into a movie? How many signatures are on a petition to remove Amber Heard from Aquaman 2? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. My boys! ? @jordanelsass1 #AlexGarfin @cwsupermanlois pic.twitter.com/fXrZ...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Agents of SHIELD, Aquaman, Avengers, Batman, Black Lightning, Black Widow, Catwoman, Freakazoid, Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, Painkiller, Spider-man, Superman, Superman and Lois


That's Marigold's Old Shirt

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Hear an Exclusive From the ‘Ammonite’ Soundtrack

Ammonite hits select theaters this week, and in honor of the new period romance drama, we’re debuting an exclusive from the soundtrack. The score comes from composers Dustin O’Halloran and Volker Bertelmann, who also handled the music for the 2016 film Lion. Milan Records will release the Ammonite (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) on Friday, November 13. Hear the exclusive track below. Ammonite Soundtrack In Ammonite, Francis Lee  directs  Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan in a drama ...
Tags: Movies, Kate Winslet, Francis, Kate, Charlotte, Saoirse Ronan, Mary, Winslet, Francis Lee, Mary Anning, Soundtracks, Dustin O'Halloran, Volker Bertelmann, Ammonite, Roderick Murchison, Lion Milan Records


Watch: Funny Animated Short Visualizes Socially Awkward Moments

Well, that was awkward. Everyone knows this uncomfortable feeling. When something strange happens in public and you feel really, really awkward and just want to run away and hide. Awkward is a fun animated short film made by the very talented Ukrainian animator Nata Metlukh - it's only 3 minutes of amusing awkward animation goodness. The short presents a day full of socially awkward moments. It's made entirely by Nata, with music and sound by Daruma Audio. I dig her style and the creativity ...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Short Film, Nata, To Watch, Nata Metlukh


Gondry, Penhall & Amazon Team for As She Climbed Across the Table

Gondry, Penhall & Amazon team for As She Climbed Across the Table After helming a good portion of the short-lived but acclaimed Jim Carrey-starring Kidding at Showtime, Michel Gondry is getting back behind the camera in the film world for an adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s As She Climbed Across the Table at Amazon Studios, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Mindhunter: David Fincher is Uncertain About Series’ Future PB = PB || {}; PB....
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Brooklyn, Showtime, Jim Carrey, Michael Caine, Jamie Foxx, Edward Norton, David Fincher, Alice, Paul Dano, Amazon Studios, Michel Gondry, Joe Penhall, Amazon Team, Chernin Entertainment


Read an Excerpt From Upcoming ‘Star Wars’ Novel ‘Light of the Jedi’

In January 2021, Lucasfilm and Del Ray Books will usher in a new era of Star Wars content with The High Republic, a multi-platform publishing initiative which will tell stories across books, comics, and potentially even video games, TV shows, and movies. Set 200 years before the events of the prequel trilogy, the books follow mostly new characters and should expand the universe in way we haven’t seen in quite some time. The first entry in The High Republic story is a book from author Charles So...
Tags: Books, Movies, Lucasfilm, Soule, Del Ray, Charles Soule, Sella, Outer Rim, Star Wars: The High Republic: Light of the Jedi, Star Wars: Light of the Jedi, Soh, Hedda Casset, Casset, Scantech, Del Ray Books, Merven Getter


Disney CEO Bob Chapek said he is 'extremely disappointed' with California Gov. Gavin Newsom's call to keep Disneyland closed as COVID-19 cases soar

Disney will lay off 28,000 employees at Disneyland and Walt Disney World as the company continues to struggle with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the six-month closure of its Anaheim theme parks, the company announced today. Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images Disney CEO Bob Chapek said he is "extremely disappointed" in California's call to keep Disney's theme parks in the state closed well into 2021. The comment was made during Disney's fourth-q...
Tags: News, Entertainment, California, Disney, US, Trends, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Gavin Newsom, Anaheim, Bob Chapek, Jeff Gritchen, Chapek, Los Angeles Disney, CNBC Disney


A Twisted Janitor Steals a Girl’s Innocence in Toshoshitsu no Kanojo

A wicked and conniving janitor has destroyed the innocence and potential healthy love life of a schoolgirl in Toshoshitsu no Kanojo: Seiso na Kimi ga Ochiru made, as the man immediately grew fond of the girl and plotted to take her for himself, succeeding in his endeavor. Omake:
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Kanojo, Toshoshitsu no Kanojo, Toshoshitsu, Kimi ga Ochiru


‘Island of Dr. Moreau’ TV Series Will Update the Sci-Fi Story For the 21st Century

H.G. Wells’ classic The Island of Dr. Moreau is being turned into a TV series by Gunpowder & Sky and their sci-fi label DUST. The series, called Moreau, reimagines Wells’ tale of man tampering in god’s domain for the 21st century, with X-Men: First Class writer Zack Stentz attached to write the series. That’s all well and good, but will this Island of Dr. Moreau TV series be as bonkers as the Island of Dr. Moreau movie with Marlon Brando? I think not. Gunpowder & Sky’s sci-fi label DUST are ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Bela Lugosi, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Marlon Brando, Pacific Ocean, Montgomery, Zack, Moreau, Wells, Stanley, John Frankenheimer, Watson Crick, H G Wells, Charles Laughton


‘American Horror Story’ Season 10 Poster Arrives With ‘American Horror Stories’ Details

Sooner or later we need to have a serious discussion about how we, as a society, allowed American Horror Story to last for 10 seasons. Not only that, but the show will now have its own spin-off – American Horror Stories. Ahead of the premieres of both shows, creator Ryan Murphy has revealed a fang-filled new American Horror Story season 10 poster along with American Horror Stories details. Behold! The poster for American Horror Story season 10! At first glance I thought this was something i...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Poster, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, FX, Sarah Paulson, Murphy, American Horror Stories, Angelica Ross Creator Ryan Murphy


Shudder Series ‘Slasher: Flesh and Blood’ Will Star Body Horror Expert David Cronenberg

David Cronenberg, one of the two best things to come out of Canada (the other is ketchup chips), will star in the new season of Slasher on Shudder. The latest season is titled Slasher: Flesh and Blood, and it follows a wealthy family targeted by a killer on a secluded island. It’s not clear how big Cronenberg’s role will be, but this certainly isn’t the first time the filmmaker has appeared in front of the camera. Not only does he have a wealth of cameos, but he also had a major role in Clive B...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, David, Netflix, Canada, David-Cronenberg, Clive Barker, Solstice, Aaron Martin, Cronenberg, Shaftesbury, Shudder, Alex Ozerov, Craig Engler Shudder, Jason X


Good marketing means personalized, original content

Los Angeles-based Corcoran broker Peter Lorimer argued Thursday that agents who use generic campaigns are signaling that they're generic professionals.
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Removing “Ableist Language” Over One Twitter Complaint

The woke development team in charge of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will probably instill no amount of surprise in any person as it was unveiled that they will be removing some “ableist language” in the game so as to preserve the precious feelings of a likely very small demographic. One of Twitter’s innumerable social justice advocates […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Censorship, Fantasy, Anime, Announcements, Assassins Creed, Creed Valhalla


Megan Thee Stallion Announces Debut Album “Good News” Will Be Released on November 20th

2020 has been a rough year for everybody, and Megan Thee Stallion says it’s time for some “Good News!” The Houston rapper—whose 2020 was especially rough—has just unveiled the cover art, title and release date for her highly anticipated debut album Good News. “Through such a rough year I felt like we could all use a lil good news,” Meg wrote on Twitter alongside the album’s cover art, which shows her inside of a glass box holding up a newspaper surrounded by news headlines. “My official album ‘G...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Beyonce, Albums, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Houston, Meg, Don, Megan, Cardi, Megan Thee Stallion, Good News Megan


Kate Mara Reflects on Her Fantastic Four Regrets

Kate Mara Reflects on Her Fantastic Four Regrets Many fans would rather pretend that Josh Trank’s critically-maligned Fantastic Four reboot never happened. Regardless, the movie’s well-documented shortcomings essentially guarantee that we’ll be talking about it for years to come. This is mainly because every so often, someone close to the film has something new to say about it. This week, that honor falls to Kate Mara, who starred in the reboot as Sue Storm/Invisible Woman. In a new sit-down ...
Tags: Movies, 20th Century Fox, Mara, Kate Mara, Josh Trank, Trank, Movie News, Collider Mara, Emmy Magazine, Jamie Bell Ben Grimm


Which Ice Planet Was in the Latest ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode?

In the recently-aired season 2, episode two of The Mandalorian, “Chapter Ten: The Passenger,” Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and the Child crash land on a mysterious, deserted ice planet. An ice planet that was teased in the trailer for The Mandalorian season 2, and which sent the minds of Star Wars fans’ racing: was it Ilum, the future location of the Starkiller Base in Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Or was it yet another familiar ice planet? The answer was hidden in the episode itself, and while it...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Din, New Republic, CBR, Giancarlo Esposito, Pedro Pascal, The Mandalorian, Razor Crest, Din Djarin, Gina Carano Carl Weathers, Maldo Kreis


CS Collectibles: Boba Fett, Gwen Stacy & More!

CS Collectibles: Boba Fett, Gwen Stacy & More! Hello and welcome to the latest edition of CS Collectibles, ComingSoon.net’s newest weekly column that brings you the best in premium collectibles! Find out all the latest on statues, figures, posters, cards, eBay deals, Amazon deals & much more below! Sideshow Sideshow is excited to unveil the next addition to the Star Wars Collectibles Mythos series, the Boba Fett Sixth Scale Figure. PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, Superman, Earth, Iron Man, Batman, Bob, Sylvester Stallone, Chris Pratt, Thanos, Avengers, Bell, Yoda, Boba Fett, Peter


Facebook and NASA speakers planned for tech event

RadioTechCon will feature speakers from Facebook, NASA and The Infinite Monkey Cage this year when it takes place online at Monday 30th November. Delegates will learn how Facebook creates sound for Virtual Reality, discover the ins and outs of going Freelance, hear from the IET’s new president, Danielle George on the future of engineering and go behind-the-scenes of the BBC’s new headquarters in Cardiff. Robin Ince from The Infinite Monkey Cage and Matt Page will explain how the BBC developed...
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Top, Events, Nasa, Bbc, Radio, Yorkshire, Cardiff, Radio industry, Watt, Houston Texas, Robin Ince, CPD, Matt Page, IET


Tom Hanks-Led ‘News of the World’ May Debut Internationally on Netflix

News of the World may reach the rest of the world before it reaches the States. The Paul Greengrass period drama starring Tom Hanks is currently working through a deal that would give its overseas distribution to Netflix, which would release the film on its streaming service internationally. Universal is still planning to release the film theatrically in the U.S. this December. Deadline reports that Universal is currently making a deal to give the overseas distribution of News of the World t...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Drama, Amc, Western, World, Tom-Hanks, Netflix, Paul-Greengrass, News Of The World, Universal, Paramount, Phillips, Kidd, Hanks, Greengrass



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