Batman: Soul of the Dragon

Batman: Soul of the Dragon is a team adventure that serves as an R-rated animated love letter to 70s exploitation entertainment. (The studio sent me a review copy; I otherwise likely wouldn’t have watched it, as I’m not a fan of the period martial arts movies that inspired it.) We’re introduced to Richard Dragon (Mark Dacascos) during a mostly wordless James Bond-ian heist sequence. We spent a few minutes figuring out whether it was retro or modern day, until the [...]
Tags: Comics, James Bond, DCU Original Animation, Richard Dragon Mark Dacascos

Welcome Back to the House of Mystery - comic series checklist

Welcome Back to the House of Mystery v1 DC 1988 1 - Bernie Wrightson cover & reprints, Neal Adams, Wally Wood, Alex Nino reprints - - - - - - - - - - Home / A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Bernie Wrightson, SeriesW, Neal Adams Wally Wood Alex Nino

Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 2 Episode 3 Impression

On this episode, Rimuru visits Dwargon to talk with Gazel. Later, Rumuru and his buddies visit the elf club to meet with the elf girls again.So seeing Rimuru and Gazel talk about their nations is an enjoyable development. Also, it was awesome to see the Elfs from the Dwargon's elf club once again. Other than that, the near ending is hiliarious because of Shuna and and Shion. Now what's going to be the next plot? I'll be really looking foward to it. Overall, enjoyable nation talk development and ...
Tags: Anime, Shuna, Slime Datta Ken, Rimuru, Dwargon, Rumuru

Avengers #107 - Jim Starlin art

Avengers v1 #107, 1973 - The Grim Reaper offers the android Vision the chance of gaining back his humanity. Sharing penciling chores with veteran George Tuska, a young Jim Starlin draws the first three and last seven pages. Dave Cockrum inks the entire issue in an attempt to forge consistency. By comparison, Starlin's work is more thoughtfully designed. Faces and figures are more concise and [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Jim Starlin, Starlin, George Tuska, Dave Cockrum

Best of Brave and the Bold #3 - Neal Adams, Joe Kubert reprints

Best of Brave and the Bold v1 #3, 1988 - Clearly conveyed by the title, stories from the long running DC series are reprinted here, some for the first time. This third issue showcases a Neal Adams Batman-Aquaman team-up from Brave and the Bold #82 and two Joe Kubert tales from, respectively, Brave and the Bold #2 and #6. The cover to this DC copper age superhero comic is drawn by Jose Luis Garcia [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Superhero, 1980s, Adams, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Neal Adams, Joe Kubert, Jose Luis Garcia, Neal Adams Joe Kubert

Princess Hypnosis Hypnotized for the Good of the Kingdom

Princess Hypnosis ~ Princess knight Selene falls to the dark side with hypnosis is an eroge that revolves around the constant hypnosis of an innocent princess due to a war, leading to the poor woman being led around and used like a prostitute. The Elisha Empire and Schalk Kingdom are in the middle of a […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Kingdom, English, Anime, Fetish, RPG, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Selene, Hypnotism

From my Twitter feed: RPi Pico, scope probes, reducing noise in the shack

Digi-Key Electronics   @digikey @ Raspberry_Pi launches their new # PicoBoard featuring their own # silicon . What that means and more >>> dky.bz/3c1KC2P     Dave Jones  @eevblog NEW EEVblog Video! EEVblog #1367 – 5 Types of Oscilloscope Passive Probes COMPARED youtu.be/rzo4Ntxqu1E     Ian  @mw0ian Replying to @K5PO @_M0JJF and 4 others Have you guys seen GM3SEK noise video, well worth a watch youtu.be/LSL1h6MJbaI The post From my Twitter feed: RPi ...
Tags: Radio, Dave Jones, Test Equipment, Microcontrollers, Raspberrypi, EMI/RFI, Oscilloscopes

Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "ZOMG Democracy!"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist, Mike Flugennnock - "ZOMG Democracy!" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3126 We're hitting a record for COVID-19 deaths, unemployment is sky-high, another wave of evictions is hitting, the fascists are still running wild, the police are still mass-murdering Black people, but yeah — let's impeach Trump — and find some obtuse, other-worldly reason to blame Russia while we're at it, because what the hell. Cripes, how the hell does that even work? T...
Tags: Comics, New York Post, Putin, Senate, White House, Russia, US, United States, House, Mitt Romney, Secret Service, Al Jazeera, Msnbc, Donald Trump, Trump, Mike Rhode

It’s Time We Stopped Pretending That Puzzles Are Fun

Education Images/Universal Image They are bad and they must be stopped It goes without saying that the coronavirus pandemic has completely changed all of our lives and what our day to day looks like. It’s safe to assume that we’re more than ready to kick the vast majority of these New Normals to the curb and go back to doing things like, I dunno, standing closer to someone than six feet or even indulging in the occasional high-five, and a very, very slim percentage of these...
Tags: Ikea, Humor, Donner Party, Sloane Hughes

‘In With the Devil’: Taron Egerton, Paul Walter Hauser Star in Apple TV+ True Crime Limited Series

Taron Egerton is due to face off with Paul Walter Hauser in the new show In With the Devil, a true-crime limited series based on the memoir by James Keene. Apple may pick up the six-part adaptation, which follows a young man who is offered a deal out of a ten-year prison sentence by coaxing a serial killer into a confession. Deadline reports that Apple TV+ is nearing a series order for In With the Devil, which is set to star Taron Egerton as author James Keene, whose astonishing true story d...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Television, Movies, Chicago, Thriller, Brad Pitt, Hall, True Story, Tonya, Kingsman, Keene, Hauser, Taron Egerton, Dennis Lehane, Egerton

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Superhero Bits: The Science of Superman’s Powers, Paul Bettany Picks a Side in America’s A** Debate & More

Why will the new Batwoman have a hard time accepting Batman‘s rule about killing? Want to watch a documentary about the science of Superman‘s super powers? Is the set of Peacemaker referencing Green Lantern? Could Scarlet Witch pop up in Spider-Man 3? Who does Paul Bettany side with on the debate over who has America’s ass? Remember how awful Inhumans was on ABC? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Mr. Sunday Movies takes a look back at the terrible, failed ABC TV series a...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Avengers, Batman, Batwoman, Captain Marvel, Captain-America, Doctor Strange, Inhumans, Peacemaker, Spider-man, Superman, WandaVision, Wolverine, Wonder-Woman

YouTube for News, Hopin and Hybrid Events, 10-bit iPhone Video and More

YouTube continues to increase as people's main news source, Hopin expands their options for hybrid events, and live streaming for brand building are covered in this week's signals.
Tags: Ecommerce, Movies, Youtube, Vimeo, Live Streaming, Virtual Events, Filmic Pro, Hopin, Video Signals

Seitai Massage Therapist Arrested After Groping Customer’s Breasts

A Chinese employee at a seitai massage therapy building (“manipulative bodywork therapy based on Japanese and Chinese traditions”) has been arrested after he implemented breast groping into the procedure, a rather obvious attempt to take advantage of a female customer. Police revealed that the Chinese individual was an employee at the Kenkou Kikou Seitai Institute […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Fraud, Massage, Tokyo, Anime, Oppai, Seitai Massage, Kenkou Kikou Seitai Institute

‘It’s a Sin’ Trailer: A New HBO Max Series From the Creator of ‘Queer As Folk’

HBO Max has unveiled the trailer for It’s a Sin, a new series from writer Russell T Davies, creator of Queer As Folk. The series is set in 1981 and explores HIV/AIDS in the United Kingdom. It’s a Sin originated in the UK, where it’s currently airing on Channel 4. It’ll make its way to the US via HBO Max next month. Watch the It’s a Sin trailer below. It’s a Sin Trailer  Set in 1981, It’s a Sin follows Ritchie (Olly Alexander), Roscoe (Omari Douglas) and Colin (Callum Scott Howells), who...
Tags: UK, London, Television, Movies, US, United Kingdom, Russell T. Davies, Davies, RED Production Company, Russell T Davies Queer, Nicola Shindler Happy Valley, HBO Max, It's A Sin, Ritchie Olly Alexander Roscoe Omari Douglas, Colin Callum Scott Howells, Jill Lydia West

Dokyuu Hentai HxEros BD Keeps Its Perverted Promises

Dokyuu Hentai HxEros has not let up when it comes to giving the loyal buyers what they want as the fifth BD release for the superior streaking anime is overflowing with more nipples and uncensored escapades. The fully nude BD is on the left whilst the obstructed airing of the show can be seen on […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Fetish, Comparison, Beach, Bathing, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Ero-anime, DVD Extras, Mizugi

‘WandaVision’ Features “Intense Scenes” With Top Secret Actor Who Paul Bettany Has Always Wanted to Work With

What’s coming up next on WandaVision? Marvel Studios is keeping a tight lid on all things spoilers for the Disney+ TV series about Wanda and Vision’s wedded sitcom bliss, but star Paul Bettany has a few things to tease about upcoming episodes…including a top secret star with whom he’s “always wanted to work with.” But who could it be? While speaking to the Lights Camera Barstool podcast (via The Playlist), Paul Bettany, who plays the inexplicably revived Vision in WandaVision, teased that “p...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Wanda, Marvel Studios, Paul Bettany, MCU, Westview, Comic Book/Superhero, Nathan Fillion, Disney TV, Bettany, WandaVision

Prepare Yourself, Old Sport: A Reimagined ‘The Great Gatsby’ TV Series is in Development

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s literary classic The Great Gatsby has had its share of film and television adaptations already, but since it entered the public domain at the start of this year, it’s fair to expect a flurry of new iterations to enter development in the halls of Hollywood studios. A new report states that writer Michael Hirst (Vikings, The Tudors) is working on a big budget television adaptation of the novel that is being envisioned as a closed-ended miniseries which “will explore New York...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Television, Movies, America, Adaptation, Leonardo Dicaprio, Columbia University, The Great Gatsby, Scott, Blake, Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby, Fitzgerald, Michael Hirst, Hirst

Disney’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’ Casts Luke Evans as a Hot Coachman Who Will Wreck Children’s Lives

Remember The Coachman from 1940’s Pinocchio? Forgive me, of course you do – it’s a silly question, because no one could possibly forget him. Well, according to a new report, Luke Evans, who embodied the blustery Gaston in Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast and is reprising that role in a Disney+ spin-off, is now set to play a hot new version of The Coachman in Robert Zemeckis‘ remake of Pinocchio. And though you surely don’t need a reminder about who that character is or how he...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Disney, Tom Hanks, Adaptation, Evans, Robert Zemeckis, Chris Weitz, Lily James, Gaston, Luke Evans, Disney/Pixar, Weitz, Pinocchio, Coachman, Andrew Miano

‘Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel’ Trailer: What Happened to Elisa Lam?

On January 26, 2013, Canadian student Elisa Lam came to Los Angeles. She eventually checked into the run-down Cecil Hotel located in Downtown Los Angeles. But by January 31, 2013, she had vanished, seemingly into thin air. There was no record of Lam checking out of the hotel, and all the police really had to go on was mysterious security camera footage from one of the hotel’s elevators that showed Lam behaving oddly. The case went cold – until February 19, 2013, when Lam’s body was found floati...
Tags: Documentary, Netflix, Television, TV Trailer, Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

New Trailer for Restored Re-Release of Olivier Assayas' 'Demonlover'

"No one sees anything. Ever. They watch, but they don't understand." Janus Films has debuted a re-release trailer for the 2K restoration of acclaimed French filmmaker Olivier Assayas' early 00s film Demonlover, which first premiered at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. The film is about a French corporation that goes head-to-head with an American web media company for the rights to a 3D manga pornography studio in Japan, resulting in a power struggle that culminates in violence and espionage. S...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Trailer, Olivier Assayas, To Watch, Olivier Assayas Demonlover

10 tips for crafting offers that will stand out in a hot market

At Inman Connect, panelists advised buyer's agents on how to make sure their clients shine with the strongest possible offers.
Tags: Radio, Love Letters, Agent, Offers, Select, Inman Connect, Fair Housing, Home Inspections, Appraisals, Joe Rand, Real Estate Connect, Inman Events, Dalys Keith, F. ron Smith, Purchase Offers

Review: Promising Young Woman

— by BEV QUESTAD — This is a first. I do not recommend the film I voted to receive the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS) Award for Best Film shown in 2020. “Promising Young Woman,” shot in a remarkably short 23 days, has award-winning acting and a stunning script. The director has produced perfection in […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Carey Mulligan, BEV QUESTAD, Emerald Fennell

The skincare and makeup we really want to see for a fresh 2021

I think I speak for everyone when I say that there should be a serum to fix what 2020 has done to us. And our faces. Yes, I know that scientists are a little busy developing COVID vaccines at the moment, but as soon as they’re done with that, I’m hoping they devote themselves to […]
Tags: Shopping, Humor, Columns, Skin Care, Beauty + Cosmetics, Thinking : Parent, Covid-19-and-quarantine

‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ Adaptation Gives Leading Roles to Rising Stars from ‘The Outpost’ and ‘The King’s Man’

Reese Witherspoon has lined up another promising adaptation with Lauren Neustadter through their Hello Sunshine production banner. Teaming up with 3000 Pictures, they’re producing an adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing, based on Delia Owens’ best-selling novel of the same name. Daisy Edgar-Jones (Normal People, War of the Worlds) is starring in the film, and the production has brought in up-and-coming stars Taylor John Smith and Harris Dickinson to take the two male leads Deadline has news...
Tags: Adaptation, Casting, Drama, Sony, Thriller, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Harris Dickinson, Lucy Alibar, Olivia Newman, Taylor John Smith, Where the Crawdads Sing

Official Trailer for 'Bullied' Doc Examining Causes and Consequences

"Very clear that there's a contagion effect…" Global Digital Releasing has debuted an official trailer for an indie documentary titled Bullied, the latest doc film made by philosophy professor Dr. Thomas Keith. A really powerful film, Bullied traces bullying and the effects of bullying, but also the methods and programs that have proven efficacious in reducing bullying. This award-winning documentary discusses the reasons for, consequences of, and solutions to bullying taking place in school...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, To Watch, Thomas Keith

A judge approved a $17 million sexual misconduct settlement for Weinstein accusers

Harvey Weinstein exits a Manhattan court house as a jury continues with deliberations in his trial on February 20, 2020. Getty Images/Spencer Platt A judge in Delaware has approved a revised bankruptcy plan for the Weinstein Company.  The plan includes giving $17 million in liquidated funds to women who accused disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and misconduct. Fifty-five sexual misconduct claims were filed as part of the bankruptcy case. Visit Business Insider's...
Tags: Crime, News, Entertainment, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Ap, Cnn, Harvey Weinstein, Manhattan, Associated Press, Settlement, Delaware, Ansari, Weinstein, Weinstein Company

Disney+’s Pinocchio Film Adds Luke Evans as The Coachman

Disney+’s Pinocchio film adds Luke Evans as The Coachman After already helping bring the iconic Disney villain Gaston to life in the House of Mouse’s live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, Luke Evans is ready for another chilling antagonist as he’s joining Tom Hanks in the Robert Zemeckis-helmed Pinocchio as Pleasure Island owner and operator The Coachman, according to Deadline. RELATED: Tom Hanks in Talks to Reunite With Robert Zemeckis for Pinocchio ...
Tags: Movies, Roald Dahl, Disney, Tom Hanks, Paddington, Streaming, Anne Hathaway, Warner Bros, Robert Zemeckis, King, Chris Weitz, Cliff Edwards, Golden Globe, Forrest Gump, Hanks, Zemeckis

January 26 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

January 26 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s January 26 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon!  if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; adm...
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‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’ With Nicolas Cage Picked Up by RLJE Films Ahead of Sundance Premiere

Prisoners of the Ghostland, the latest from filmmaker Sion Sono, is headed to this year’s Sundance Film Festival in a few days – and now it’s found distribution, too. RLJE Films has snapped-up the US rights to the movie, which stars human meme Nicolas Cage as a bank robber. When the project was first announced, Cage himself said: “It might be the wildest movie I’ve ever made, and that’s saying something.” RLJE has distributed recent Cage titles like Mandy and Color Out of Space. The news com...
Tags: Movies, US, Nicolas-Cage, Cage, Sundance, Mandy, Moseley, Sion Sono, Action/Adventure, RLJE, RLJE Films, Ghostland, Prisoners Of The Ghostland, Aaron Hendry, Samurai Town, Bernice Boutella

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