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I'm hard of hearing. The pandemic has introduced unique challenges — but I'm learning to overcome them. There are already lots of roadblocks in society for people with disabilities Shan Horan Jan. 24, 2021 https://www.thelily.com/im-hard-of-hearing-the-pandemic-has-introduced-unique-challenges-but-im-learning-to-overcome-them/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Trudeau Shopping cart be like

MacLean's article Canada’s response to Covid is now ranked 61st out of 98 countries. We are behind... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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That darn Speed Bump

There's no app for that Ellen Raphaeli, Falls Church Washington Post January 30 2021 p. A17 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/readers-critique-the-post-a-chilling-photo-that-provides-an-orwellian-reminder/2021/01/29/8b980c62-6237-11eb-9061-07abcc1f9229_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #1 - non-attributed Don Newton art (key)

Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #1 Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu v1 #1, 1974 - The main story features pencils by Paul Gulacy, the regular series artist at the time. Dan Adkins did the inks, with some uncredited assistance by colleague Don Newton. A fan site states he did the backgrounds on pages 16-17 and the face on page 22, panel 2. If so, Newton's contribution in this key first issue is scant [Author: Unknown]
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Frank Miller gallery - 1990s Valiant covers

All Frank Miller covers form a poster when placed together. Circa 1990s. Archer & Armstrong #1 Solar #12 Magnus v2 #15 Eternal Warrior #1 X-O Man O War #7 Harbinger #8 Shadowman #4  Rai #6 - - - - - - - - - - Home / Galleries / Miller artwork, bio, checklist, galleries, top10 [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Dogeza de Tanondemita BD Has Barely Noticeable Nipples

Dogeza de Tanondemita‘s BD releases have at long last become available for acquisition and might be handed mixed reviews as the now uncensored episodes contain plenty of perky nipples of questionable quality, the luscious pink medallions sadly being rather unnoticeable. The newly implemented nipples can be furiously ogled by way of the screenshots on the […]
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My favorite anime I've watched recently

(This is an item from my newsletter, The Magnet. Subscribe here! — Mark) During the pandemic my family has watched anime almost every night. Here are some of our favorites. Most are available on multiple streaming services. The Promised Neverland Now in its second season, this series is about a group of kids living in an orphanage in the year 2045. — Read the rest
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‘On the Count of Three’ Review: Jerrod Carmichael and Christopher Abbott Balance Dark Comedy and Suicidal Depression [Sundance 2021]

There’s a moment in Jerrod Carmichael‘s directorial debut On the Count of Three where the comedian’s character Val delivers a line that feels like it could have easily been part of one of his stand-up acts. As he ponders why suicide is looked down upon by so many people, Val says, “When you’re a kid they tell you the worst thing in life is to be a quitter. Why? Quitting’s amazing. It just means you get to stop doing something you hate.” But in this movie, that line is much more than a quip. It’...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Movie Reviews, Carmichael, Independent, Abbott, Sundance, Kevin, Val, Jerrod Carmichael, Christopher Abbott, Papa Roach, Smoove, Tiffany Haddish, Safdie Brothers

Little Busters! Kudo Miko Dakimakura Supremely Sensuous

The precious Kudo (Noumi Kudryavka) of visual novel series Little Busters! has yet to be forgotten as a special semi-nude dakimakura of the girl in a miko outfit is available, a stimulating reminder of the pure girl that may have observers going back to experience the games or anime again. The ¥13,200 item came with […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Miko, Oppai, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Pettanko, Dakimakura, Little Busters, Miko Dakimakura, Kudo Noumi Kudryavka

‘The Sparks Brothers’ Review: A Delightful, Cheeky Portrait of an Eccentric, Eclectic Pop Rock Duo [Sundance 2021]

Despite having a career that spans over 50 years and 25 albums, there’s a decent chance you’ve never heard of Sparks. However, the pop rock duo comprised of Ron and Russell Mael and an ever-changing band behind them have undoubtedly influenced many of the synth-pop, new wave, post-punk, and alternative musicians you’ve loved over the years. Duran Duran, Depeche Mode, Nirvana, Beck, Franz Ferdinand, and even “Weird Al” Yankovic have all been touched by Sparks, and in the enlightening,  woderfull...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Tim Burton, Movie Reviews, Nick Frost, Edgar-Wright, Simon Pegg, Sparks, Sundance, Wright, Ron, Al Yankovic, Edgar Wright Shaun, Shaun of the Dead Hot Fuzz, Russell Mael, Ron Mael

KonoSuba Fantastic Days Coming to PC Through DMM Games

Those wishing they didn’t have to use a smartphone to play KonoSuba Fantastic Days will feel relieved to know that the game is coming to PC courtesy of DMM Games (who manage such titles as the sex-filled version of Taimanin RPGX), which might have more delusional individuals wondering if there will be sex scenes as […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Anime, Ports, RPG, Pc Gaming, Adaptations, KONOSUBA, Gacha, DMM, Isekai

Sundance 2021 Reviews: Judas and the Black Messiah, Passing & More!

Sundance 2021 reviews: Judas and the Black Messiah, Passing & more! The 2021 Sundance Film Festival has finally arrived and ComingSoon.net got the exciting opportunity to take part in the virtual iteration of the classic festival and watch some of the incredible films in its catalogue, from Robin Wright and Rebecca Hall’s directorial debuts Land and Passing to the biographical drama Judas and the Black Messiah. Check out our reviews for the films below! RELATED: Nightstream Reviews: Dinner ...
Tags: Movies, America, European Union, John, States, Malta, Rebecca Hall, Robin Wright, Judas, Sisto, Camilleri, Jon Natchez, Pascual Sisto, Alex Camilleri, Jesmark, Jesmark Scicluna Michela Farrugia David Scicluna

‘Wild Indian’ Review: A Powerful, Unforgettable Drama That Simmers With Raw Emotion [Sundance 2021]

“It’s not my fault Indians are a bunch of fucking liars and narcissists,” Michael says through gritted teeth, his voice shaking with rage. “We’re the descendants of cowards. Everyone worthwhile died fighting.” This rage is directed outward at someone else, but we can feel the self-loathing lurking beneath it all. The contempt Michael feels is for himself. Michael wasn’t always Michael. When he was a child in the 1980s, he was Makwa, living on a reservation in Wisconsin, where he was inflicted w...
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‘Cryptozoo’ Review: A Dazzling, Deeply Cynical, ‘Jurassic Park’ for Mythical Creatures [Sundance 2021]

“Maybe we’ll find something magical…” There’s something about Cryptozoo that truly captures your imagination. Dash Shaw’s kaleidoscopic animated film follows a group of well-intentioned hunters of mythical creatures, who aim to gather these “cryptids” in a sanctuary called the Cryptozoo. But it’s less a sanctuary than an amusement park, a gaudy ploy to introduce these creatures of legends to the public — and make a little cash off of it. But while the 1960s-set Cryptozoo is undeniably an awesom...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Movie Reviews, Animation, Indiana Jones, Epcot, Walt Disney, Independent, Michael Cera, Sundance, Shaw, Phoebe, Lauren, Okinawa, Lake Bell, Louisa Krause

‘Try Harder!’ Review: The Odds Are Stacked Against Gifted Teens as They Apply for College [Sundance 2021]

Lowell High School in San Francisco is the top public school in the city. Every student is practically a genius and will do everything they can in order to be accepted to schools like Stanford, Harvard, Brown, MIT, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and more. While it might seem like just a first world problem for these teens to worry about what upscale, prestigious university they’re trying to attend, the documentary Try Harder! from director Debbie Lum paints a universal portrait of the challenges facing tod...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Stanford, San Francisco, Movie Reviews, Batman, Pbs, UC Berkeley, Sundance, Ian, Lowell, Shea, Sophia, GPA, Rachael, Lowell High School

Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: MAIN or MANE or MAINE or DOMAIN at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: Feb. 13, 2021 )

It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same rhyme word. Then you post your limerick(s) as a comment to this post and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too. I hope you’ll join me in writing limericks using MAIN or MANE or MAINE or DOMAIN at the end of any one line. (Homonyms or homophones are fine.) The best submission will be crowned Limerick-Off Award Winner. (Here’s last week’s Limerick-Off Award Winner.) Additionally, yo...
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Limerick-Off Award (462)

It’s time to announce the latest Limerick-Off winners based on submissions (on this blog and on Facebook) in the last Limerick-Off. Congratulations to BRIAN ALLGAR, who wins the Limerick-Off Award for this funny 2-verse limerick: I’ve taken my dog for a treat To the rest’rant where I often eat. I order, and they Lead my doggie away; I suppose it’s to give him some meat. They bring me my lunch in a box, But inside, I see something that shocks. “You have roasted my dog!” And the waiter, agog, Say...
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Corridor Crew's improved CGI Luke Skywalker

Corridor Crew's work fixing visual effects is always entertaining. Improved Luke is pretty fantastic.
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‘President’ Review: An Eye-Opening Chronicle of Zimbabwe’s Harrowing Struggle for True Democracy [Sundance 2021]

America just scraped through an election where the President of the United States and a radical sect of his colleagues and constituents incorrectly claimed that there was fraud that resulted in the Republican party losing the presidency. But this is nothing compared to the level of election corruption that has plagued an African nation for over 40 years. In her new documentary President, director Camilla Nielsson provides an up close and comprehensive look at the supposedly “free, fair, and cre...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, America, Barack Obama, Movie Reviews, United States, President, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Camilla Nielsson, Sundance, Don, Emmerson Mnangagwa, MDC, ZEC, Mnangagwa

‘How It Ends’ Review: Seeking Self-Love at the End of the World [Sundance 2021]

What would you do if you knew the world was coming to an end? It’s a familiar topic, but co-writers/directors Daryl Wein (Lola Versus, White Rabbit) and Zoe Lister-Jones (Band Aid, The Craft: Legacy) had the unique experience of putting their own spin on that idea during a time when our real world actually felt like it was ending: production on their latest movie took place last year during the pandemic. Intended to be a time capsule of this weird and horrible era, How It Ends is a much funnier...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Los Angeles, Earth, Features, Movie Reviews, Independent, Sundance, Liza, Zoe Lister-Jones, Daryl Wein, Featured Stories Sidebar, Lister Jones, How It Ends, Cailee Spaeny, Spaeny

New Zone Animation Worships Animal Crossing’s Luscious Nile

Zone has finally produced a new animation after several years, thrusting the delightful Nile (also known as Ankha) from Animal Crossing into an erotic situation and serving as an homage to a similar creation from Minus8 – though, observers will likely be amused regardless. The animation has the cute catgirl performing all sorts of sexual […]
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‘Cheaper by the Dozen’ Reboot For Disney+ Adds Star Zach Braff Alongside Gabrielle Union

The Cheaper by the Dozen reboot headed to Disney+ has found its parents: Zach Braff and Gabrielle Union. Disney revealed Union was starring in the project back during their big Investor Day presentation late last year, and now word has come to Braff is joining the cast as well. The movie “centers on a blended family of 12, navigating a hectic home life and their family business,” and comes from writer Kenya Barris. Cheaper by the Dozen, a comedy that asks “Wouldn’t it be funny if a couple ha...
Tags: Gabrielle Union, Movies, Zach-Braff, Casting, Disney, Steve Martin, Kate, Black, Remakes, Frank, Tom, Gilbreth, Clifton Webb, Belles, Lillian, Plainfield New Jersey

‘Strawberry Mansion’ Review: An Anti-Capitalism Fever Dream That’s a Real Snooze [Sundance 2021]

A defeated-looking businessman (co-writer and co-director Kentucker Audley) sits in a Pepto Bismol-pink house, full of pink utensils and pink food, nothing real except his despair and a bucket of fried chicken wings that his “Buddy” (Linas Phillips) enthusiastically hawks to him. “Juicy and delicious!” Buddy says before biting into the chicken, smacking his lips obscenely and violently. It’s a strikingly surreal image that sets the stage for Strawberry Mansion, an ambitious outing from directin...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Movie Reviews, Black Mirror, Buddy, Sundance, Bella, Strawberry Mansion, Satoshi Kon, Linas Phillips, Audley, Featured Stories Sidebar, Preble, Albert Birney, Kentucker Audley, Glowicki

The Little Things Review – Rework of ’90s Cop Films Minus Purpose

John Lee Hancock is a very particular niche, and with the possible exception of The Alamo, he’s proven himself as the director you want for putting a particular character under the microscope. The Rookie might not have been a great film, but it was an uplifting dissection that won audiences over. The Blind Side may have ultimately caught some serious backlash, but it took you into a certain world and was, no matter the flaws it may have had, rather gripping. The Founder, obviously buoyed to a gr...
Tags: Featured, Movies, Washington, Movie Review, Tom Hanks, Warner Bros, Jared Leto, Michael Keaton, Jim, Rami Malek, Baxter, Hancock, Alamo, Newsline, HUNTSMAN, Leto

Disney Plus's Willow Series Has Found a New Director in Jonathan Entwistle

You might know him from a couple li’l Netflix shows we dig around here. Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Disney, Netflix, The Who, Willow, Entwistle, Fictional Characters, Jonathan Entwistle, Jonathan Kasdan, Creative Works, The End Of The Fing World

‘Mother Schmuckers’ Review: This Deranged, Belgian Beavis and Butt-Head Flounders in Frenetic Filth [Sundance 2021]

Mother Schmuckers marks the first time a Belgian film is playing in the Midnight section of the Sundance Film Festival. Normally, this section is a great place to find unsettling horror and/or twisted dark comedy, and while the debut film from directing duo Harpo & Lenny Guit delivers both, the problem is that the comedy is, well, horrific. What starts as an amusingly immature madcap quest across Brussels for food and a lost dog takes an unnecessarily inappropriate turn into scandalous incivili...
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Diablo II Remake Rumored in Development by Vicarious Visions

Vicarious Visions, the studio behind Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 remaster and Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy will be reportedly be responsible for a remake of Blizzard’s hack-and-slash RPG Diablo II. The Bloomberg article briefly describes Vicarious Visions’ involvement with Blizzard and Activision: The studio, Vicarious Visions, had been a subsidiary of Activision since 2005 and worked on […]
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This Week In Trailers: Jumbo, Test Pattern, Honeydew, The Pond, Body Brokers

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we fall in love with a carnival ride, enjoy the simple delight of a slow burn, get supernatural, hallucinate for funsies, and make ...
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Re-Release Review - LINK

A student finds herself trapped in a remote home with a deranged chimp. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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10 Movies You Must See in February

Our guide to the most exciting movies coming to UK/ROI screens in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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