Feb 16: Julia Kaye in Conversation With Shena Wolf

Julia Kaye in Conversation With Shena Wolf Tuesday, February 16 @ 5pm (PT) Register for the Zoom event   Buy the Book   My Life in Transition (Andrews McMeel) is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed autobiographical comics collection, Super Late Bloomer, documenting transgender artist Julia Kaye's life post-transition. My Life in Transition is a story that's not often told about ...
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Troy-Jeffrey Allen talks to Chris Samnee

Interview: The Samnee Family Take on the Unpossible! Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen Jan 28, 2021https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/249104-Interview-The-Samnee-Family-Take-on-the-Unpossible [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Showcase #34 - 1st silver age Atom (key)

Showcase #34 Showcase v1 #34, 1961 - Scientist Ray Palmer takes his class of students to an underground cavern for a field trip. While inside, a cave-in suddenly blocks their exit. Palmer uses his experimental lenses to reduce himself in size and look for a way out. Unfortunately, his shrinking method also results in the subject's explosion. In the second story, Palmer dons his colorful new [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #80 - mis-attributed Marshall Rogers art

G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #80 G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero v1 #80, 1988 - No Marshall Rogers art in this issue, no matter what some comic book price guides say. He did do story art and/or covers on eight other issues of G.I. Joe. Other artists in this Marvel copper age war comic are Ron Wagner and Tom Palmer. Find >Rogers or >G.I. Joe issues on ebay. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Rogers [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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IdolMaster’s Haruka Amami Transitions into the Real World

Bandai Namco is not done wielding their motion capture technology as a recent livestream has seen to another classic IdolMaster idol being teleported into the real world, with the dual-ribboned Haruka Amami being the next girl to stumble into the fad. Hoshii Miki was the first of the classic idols to try out this technology […]
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‘Land’ Review: Robin Wright Goes Off the Grid in Her Feature Directorial Debut [Sundance 2021]

“I’m here because I choose to be.” So says Edee (Robin Wright) after she’s been resuscitated from near-death in a secluded cabin tucked away in the Rocky Mountains. As Land begins, we see Edee come to the cabin under somewhat mysterious circumstances: she throws her cell phone in a trash can, and once she’s moved-in she pays someone to come haul her car away so she has no real way to leave without getting lost wandering in all that wilderness. The cabin rests on the edge of a hill and has quite...
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One Day More wins BBC Radio 2 listener vote

BBC Radio 2 listeners have voted One Day More from Les Misérables as their all-time favourite song from a musical. The Top 20 was broadcast on Sunday within the station’s flagship musical theatre programme Elaine Paige on Sunday. On hearing it had been voted the number song, talking to Elaine Paige, Alfie Boe – who has played the role of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables – said: “My goodness, that’s amazing. Thank you to everyone who voted for Les Mis in this wonderful Radio 2 chart. “It’s so s...
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Kissshot Acerolaorion Heart Under Blade Makes Love in Image Animation

Artist Hews Hack‘s succulent illustration of Monogatari’s luscious vampire girl Kissshot Acerolaorion Heart Under Blade has been animated by the talented LK, making the all powerful girl submit to the pleasure of a male rod and bound to have watchers interested in both artists’ other works. The superb vampire girl will surely induce lust in […]
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‘R#J’ Review: ‘Romeo & Juliet’ Retold Across Phone Screens [Sundance 2021]

Using the same Screenlife technology that powered films like 2018’s innovative Searching, director Carey Williams reimagines William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Romeo and Juliet through phone screens and social media accounts in his debut feature R#J. That approach might sound obnoxious, but for the most part, it works surprisingly well. Just as Baz Luhrmann did in 1996 with his stylish Romeo + Juliet, Williams aims to keep the story fresh for the next generation, and despite using Instagram ...
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‘Mayday’ Review: Mia Goth Leads a Group of Lost Girls to War in a Dreamy, Distorted ‘Peter Pan’ Fable [Sundance 2021]

“Mary, Alpha, Yankee, Delta, Alpha, Yankee…” a woman’s voice lazily repeats over radio static, as a man parachutes from a helicopter amid a freak storm. That refrain echoes throughout Karen Cinorre‘s surreal drama: “Mayday, mayday” the woman calls, not appearing to need much help at all. But Mayday is very much about women in need. Women who have taken sanctuary in a dreamlike fantasy world eternally at war, luring men to their deaths with their distress calls like some kind of post-modern sire...
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‘The Matrix 4’ Appears to Be Titled ‘Matrix Resurrections’, A Title We Jokingly Predicted in 2009

One of the most anticipated movies of 2021 is undoubtedly the return of The Matrix franchise. Referred to as The Matrix 4 ever since the project was announced, fans have been waiting to hear what the new movie might be called. The HBO Max teasers for the same-day premieres Warner Bros. Pictures is trying out with all their release this year made it seem as if the movie could be going with the clean simple title of Matrix, but now it appears that we may have the official title. Fans on Reddit ...
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Goblin Slayer Will Exterminate More Goblins in Second Anime Season

Goblin Slayer is set to send sensitive Twitter addicts into the fetal position once more as a second anime season has been declared, presumably adapting volume six and onward of the light novel and sure to be packed with more graphic scenes of violence and violation. The news was unleashed by way of GA Fes […]
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‘Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street’ Review: A Loving Tribute to the Groundbreaking Children’s TV Show [Sundance 2021]

Documentaries like I Am Big Bird: The Carroll Spinney Story and Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey have already dug into a couple slices of the magic that makes Sesame Street so beloved by children and adults alike. Now Marilyn Agrelo‘s new film Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (inspired by Michael Davis’ book of the same name) goes back to the origins of the groundbreaking series created by producer Joan Ganz Cooney and writer/director Jon Stone, and shines a light on the hurdles, miles...
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‘Passing’ Review: Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga Deliver Exceptional Performances in Rebecca Hall’s Directorial Debut [Sundance 2021]

Irene (Tessa Thompson) and Clare (Ruth Negga) meet in the restaurant of a posh New York hotel, spotting each other from across the room. Irene mistakes Clare for a stranger at first, but as it turns out, the women grew up together. But as Irene looks Clare over during this reunion, she can hardly believe her eyes. Clare is sporting platinum blonde hair, and for a moment – just a moment – Irene thought she was white. But both women are Black – although they can hide it. Both are light-skinned en...
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‘Luzzu’ Review: A Heartbreaking Neorealist Fishing Drama About A Man Caught in the Tides of Change [Sundance 2021]

Flitting around the giant industrial trawlers that haul in hundreds of fish every day are the bright, colorful luzzus, the small but sturdy traditional fishing boats of the Maltese islands, painted in vibrant yellows, and blues, and reds that create beautiful little beacons scattered throughout the surrounding seas. But the luzzus are slowly disappearing, its owners being pushed out of business or bought out by the government. They’re a dying breed, to which Alex Camilleri‘s neorealist drama Lu...
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2020 Kaedrin Movie Awards: The Arbitrary Awards

The 2020 Kaedrin Movie Award Winners were announced last week. The idea is to recognize aspects of films that aren’t reflected in more traditional awards or other praise like a Top 10 list. However, any awards system will fail to capture all the nuances and complexity available; hence the Arbitrary Awards, an opportunity to commend movies that are weird or flawed in ways that don’t conform to normal standards. A few of these “awards” have become an annual tradition, but most are just, well, arbi...
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Danmachi Promising A Whole Lot of Nude Bathing & Fourth Season

Footage of the new OVA coming for the now concluded third season of Danmachi contains a significant amount of hot bathing action, with the women likely to be the main attraction of the saucy episode, much like the previous semi-nude OVA – a fourth season of the anime was also officially announced. The OVA involves […]
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Week of Feb. 1 Filming Locations

Filming in California TV Series: The L Word Location: Figueroa St. and W 12th St., Los Angeles Date: 2/1 TV Series: American Crime Story: Impeachment Location: 220 S Spring St. and 108 W 2nd St., Los Angeles Date: 2/1 TV Series: Untitled Jean Smart Project Location: 506 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles Date: 2/2 – […] The post Week of Feb. 1 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Teaser for Japan's Latest Reboot - Anno & Higuchi's 'Shin Ultraman'

Guess who's back?! Toho Pictures has unveiled the first teaser trailer for the monsterverse adventure Shin Ultraman, an update on the beloved '60s TV character from Japan. Toho convinced filmmakers Hideaki Anno & Shinji Higuchi to re-team again after making Shin Godzilla in 2016, updating the classic Ultraman character for modern times. The new Ultraman design is is based on an Ultraman painting by the late Tohl Narita in 1983 called “Incarnation of Truth, Justice, and Beauty”. This first tr...
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Amazon Show ‘Hope’ Will Be the Next Nicole Kidman Series

Nicole Kidman seems to really enjoy doing TV work. Not only did she do both seasons of Big Little Lies and The Undoing for HBO, but she’s also turned in performances on shows like Top of the Lake and is set to star in the upcoming Hulu series Nine Perfect Strangers. And now she’s added yet another series to her resume: Hope, an Amazon series based on the Norweigan film of the same name. The show will follow “twelve days of a family’s Christmas together, the unraveling of a marriage, with six ch...
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‘Mank’: Netflix Releases Color Photos From the Set of David Fincher’s Latest Movie

Netflix finds itself in an interesting position as this year’s odd Oscar season gets underway. Mank, director David Fincher‘s luxurious Old Hollywood period piece, was once considered a frontrunner in several categories, but as we get further and further from its release, it seems Netflix may be worried that voters might forget about the film in favor of whatever hot new thing they’ve seen more recently. So what is there to do? Well, here’s one way to keep the film in peoples’ minds. The stream...
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John Krasinski Sings ‘The Office’ Theme Song and Has Creepy Twins on a Rejuvenated ‘Saturday Night Live’

Saturday Night Live closed out 2020 with a festive and fun Christmas episode hosted by veteran cast member and Wonder Woman 1984 co-star Kristen Wiig. It was the last SNL before the Presidential Inauguration gave us renewed hope for a year that wouldn’t be quite so full of nightmarish days. With the first SNL of 2021, you can feel that rejuvenation with first-time host John Krasinski taking the stage. Maybe it’s because there’s barely a mention of the former President of the United States, but ...
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ICQ Podcast Episode 343: FCC reminds users not to use radios when committing crimes

In episode #343 of the ICQPodcast, I joined Martin M1MRB and Edmund Spicer M0MNG to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. We discussed the following: FCC – Radio Users Reminded Not to Use Radios in Crimes. We also discussed the ARRL’s response to this Enforcement Advisory, “ARRL on the Purpose of Amateur Radio.” 3,500 German Radio Interference Complaints in 2020 3,500 seems like quite a lot. Anyone know how many interference complaints are filed here in the U.S. or where I could find...
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Review: Tulsa

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — “Tulsa” is a unique movie, start to finish. Not only is “Tulsa” heartwarming, but we become truly invested in the journey of its two main characters as much as the characters themselves. Scott Pryor may be an attorney in real life, but in “Tulsa” he serves as its male star, […]
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‘Mass’ Review: Devastating Drama Unfolds Between Four Parents in the Aftermath of a School Shooting [Sundance 2021]

Fran Kranz made a breakthrough performance as the amusing stoner in the meta horror movie Cabin in the Woods. Now a new chapter in Kranz’s career has triumphantly begun with his quiet, confident, and devastating feature writing and directorial debut Mass. Mass takes its time digging into intimate drama, slowly ramping up its tension and trepidation. But as the story unfolds across pages of gut-wrenching, emotional dialogue, four parents confront the trauma and grief of the tragedy that connects...
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Everything we know about Lord of the Rings: Gollum

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum won't be released until 2022, but we already know a lot of info about the high profile game from Daedalic Entertainment and NACON.
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Sundance 2021: 'John and the Hole' is a Brilliant, Unsettling Parable

Hole-y sh*t, indeed. (Let's just get that pun out of the way.) John and the Hole is, in my opinion, one of the finest films premiering at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. It's divisive in the best of ways. The film is based around a seriously messed up concept that is meant to be provocative and unsettling, and yet still be compelling in a very cinematic way. It's not at all what I expected (an indie Home Alone re-imagination) instead it's a very dark parable that acts as a metaphor for about ...
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‘Eight For Silver’ Review: Boyd Holbrook Hunts Werewolves in Atmospheric Thriller [Sundance 2021]

Werewolf stories frequently involve allegorical explorations of the duality of man: the clash between the “civilized” surface layer and the violent beast within. But unlike so many other films in this genre, writer/director Sean Ellis‘s new werewolf thriller Eight for Silver does not fixate on a gruesome physical transformation to illustrate that duality. Instead, Ellis deploys the werewolf as a roaming specter hellbent on revenge – and in this film, innocent people are forced to suffer for the...
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Ero-Artist ChihunHentai a Real Connoisseur of Large Oppai

Erotic artist ChihunHentai is a long-time enthusiast of large oppai and has been immersed in drawing his favorite anime, game, and manga characters in all kinds of attractive and sexually-charged situations. A sizeable sample of the artist’s efforts to bring his beloved stacked girls to life on a digital canvas:
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