Cruz cartoons

How cartoonists are roasting Ted Cruz's Texas-to-Cancun getaway Michael Cavna Feb. 19, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/02/19/cartoons-ted-cruz-cancun-texas/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Texas, Ted Cruz, Cancun, Mike Rhode, Michael Cavna

PR: AFI Awards celebrates SOUL as today's AFI Movie Club Selection (Sunday, February 21) with new video content from Tina Fey and Peter Docter

AFI MOVIE CLUB CELEBRATES AFI AWARDS 2020 HONOREE SOUL WITH NEW CONTENT FEATURING TINA FEY AND PETE DOCTER   Bailey Salwey, Cinematography Fellow Named Recipient of the AFI AWARDS Audi Scholarship in the name of AFI AWARDS Honoree SOUL   Sunday, February 21, 2021   WHAT: AFI AWARDS celebrates SOUL with brand new content featuring actress Tina Fey and director Pete Docter. Fey accepts the AFI AWARDS honor on behalf of the creative ensemble and introduce...
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New York World's Fair Comics (#1) - 1st Sandman

New York World's Fair Comics (#1)New York World's Fair Comics v1 (#1), 1939 - To commemorate this historical event, DC publishes this special issue with an array of comic book characters from the superhero, humor and adventure genres. Stories of Superman, Zatara the Magician, Slam Bradley and others share a World's Fair-related theme. Most noteworthy is the tale of Wesley Dodds, a millionaire [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Presenting Hannelore

It's: Hannelore
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Stray Dogs #1

Readers know I’m not a horror fan, but I’ve figured out how to get me interested in a story about a potential serial killer — tell it from a perspective of a cute dog. Stray Dogs #1, out February 24, is being described as Lady and the Tramp meets Silence of the Lambs. It’s the first of a five-issue miniseries written by Tony Fleecs and illustrated by Trish Forstner, both of whom have worked on My Little Pony. Sophie is [...]
Tags: Comics, Image Comics, Tony Fleecs, Trish Forstner, Little Pony Sophie

How to Study Comics & Graphic Novels

Here’s a brilliant free read: How to Study Comics & Graphic Novels: A Graphic Introduction to Comics Studies by Enrique del Rey Cabero, Michael Goodrum, and José Morlesín Mellado, available online at Issuu (found via Ben Towle). It’s put out by the Oxford Comics Network, part of TORCH, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities. And it’s wonderful, a comic that’s chock-full of information on how to read comics. It covers terminology (comic or graphic novel?), specialized terms (panel, gutter, ...
Tags: Art, Comics, Oxford Research Centre, Issuu, Mellado, Ben Towle, Enrique del Rey Cabero Michael Goodrum, José Morles, Oxford Comics Network

Fate/Grand Order Mashu Kyrielite Cosplay by Azami Actively Alluring

Busty cosplayer Azami has portrayed Fate/Grand Order‘s most recognizable heroine Mashu Kyrielite in her Servant Shielder role, transitioning between more and more provocative poses and in varying states of undress. Such semi-nude content will certainly have some observers wishing she’d go all the way:
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Fate/Grand Order, Mashu Kyrielite, Azami

‘The most important things are the hardest things to say’

In Stephen King’s short story The Body (on which the 1986 movie Stand By Me was based) the protagonist in the story is reminiscing a trip to New York he took after he sold his first novel. Toward the end of a grand three day tour of the city given by Keith, his editor, there […]
Tags: New York, Movies, Stephen King, Filmmaking, The Body, Keith, Rob Reiner, Stand By Me, COming of age movies, Different Seasons

Get Violated By EVERY Girl You Encounter RPG Rather Self-Explanatory

An “RPG” where the main male character is bullied by amorous girls has taken the form of Get Violated By EVERY Girl You Encounter RPG ~MAX Volume!~ as players are reincarnated in another world, the isekai concept still yet to subside as it permeates even the eroge community. The protagonist is reincarnated in a world […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Anime, Fetish, Sadism, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Isekai

Monday, Feb. 22 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Feb. 22, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: NCIS: Los Angeles Location: 103 W 4th St., Los Angeles TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 815 E 1st St., Los Angeles Filming in Illinois TV Series: The Chi (also on Feb. 23) Location: 404 E 46th St, Chicago Filming […] The post Monday, Feb. 22 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Chicago, Illinois, Filming Locations, Daily Filming Locations, Los Angeles Filming

Regé-Jean Page Shines in a Lively, Hilarious, and Extremely Musical ‘Saturday Night Live’

Let me be honest here. When I first heard that Regé-Jean Page was hosting Saturday Night Live, this was the first time that I had no idea who the hell that was. I was totally aware of Bridgerton, but didn’t realize he was on it until I looked it up. But now that I’ve seen this guy hosting SNL, I’m convinced that he’s going to be a big star. Page took the reins of a lively and extremely musical Saturday Night Live where even the average sketches could have easily been among the best. So sit back...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Snl, Pete Davidson, Rodrigo, Page, Davidson, Beck Bennett, Kate McKinnon, Saturday-Night-Live, Regé Jean Page, Bridgerton, TV Reviews, Mikey Day

Oregairu Figure Lottery Has the Girls in Tiny Panda-Colored Outfits

While Yahari Ore no Seishun Lovecome wa Machigatteiru‘s anime has already concluded, those still infatuated with its females can possibly participate in this Japan-only lottery for a chance to win figurines of the girls wearing tiny outfits with a panda-inspired color scheme. A special “Pan-san Party” lottery is taking place where participants can win one […]
Tags: Japan, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Anime Figures, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Kemonomimi, Machigatteiru, Mizugi, OregaIru, Pan san Party

Watch: VFX Artists Redo the Balloon House in 'Up' with Real Physics

"After crunching all of the numbers…" This is super cool! The YouTube creators called Corridor Crew (or Corridor Digital) made a video looking at the balloon house from Pixar's Up with the goal of creating a VFX sequence based on actual physics. How many balloons would it really take and what would that actually look like? Watch this to find out. The video also plays like a short doc, examining the origins of balloons and then taking us through the actual real-life examples of people trying ...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, Pixar, Corridor Digital, To Watch, David Blaine, Balloon House, Jonathan Trappe

Official Trailer for Heart-Wrenching LGBTQ Prisoner Romance 'Luz'

"I came for you… You know that." Dark Star Pictures has revealed the official trailer for an intimate, indie drama titled Luz, one of the latest films from filmmaker Jon Garcia. Ruben Gonzales is a young Latino man who's fallen into the world of the mafiosos. When an accident leads him into incarceration, his relationship with the cartel and with his family is strained. While in prison, he falls in the complex hierarchical system until his cellmate and eventual lover Carlos, comes to his sid...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Carlos, Indies, Ruben, To Watch, Jon Garcia Ruben Gonzales, Ernesto Reyes, Jesse Tayeh

Enen no Shouboutai’s Tamaki Finally Gets What She Deserves in Animation

Enen no Shouboutai‘s accident prone Tamaki finally gets what she is due considering all her constant bouts of unintended nudity, the charming lass being forced onto the ground and bred by a random male and sure to have fans of the show wishing it was them taking advantage of the girl. The erotic tribute to […]
Tags: Parody, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Tamaki, Enen no Shouboutai, Shouboutai

‘Gone Bamboo’ Crime Novel From Anthony Bourdain Being Turned Into a TV Series

In addition to being a renowned chef, journalist, non-fiction writer, and TV host, the late Anthony Bourdain also wrote novels. One of his books, a comedic crime thriller called Gone Bamboo, is now becoming a TV series from producers Webster Stone and Robert Stone, whose credits include The Conspirator, Gone in Sixty Seconds, and The Negotiator. The story follows a former CIA-trained assassin who enters the Witness Protection Program, only to have his past come back to haunt him. Deadline br...
Tags: Television, Movies, Cnn, Thriller, Food Network, Adaptation, Cia, Caribbean, Travel Channel, Anthony Bourdain, Henry, Frances, Bourdain, Saint Martin, Donnie, Witness Protection Program

Guilty Gear Strive’s Ramlethal Has Some Succulent Jiggly Thighs

Guilty Gear Strive has innovated in terms of sex appeal as aficionados have spied a rather sublime addition to the delectably caramel Ramlethal, that being the fact that her perfect thighs jiggle about slightly in the heat of battle. A Twitter user and their sharp eyes took notice of this rather subtle and sophisticated detail, […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Fetish, Pc Gaming, Tan, PV, Fighting Games, Guilty Gear, Arc System Works, PS5

VOTD: Pixar’s ‘Up’ Gets the Anime Opening Treatment

What if Up was an anime? It’s a question no one was really asking, but one we got the answer to thanks to Pixar’s recently released Pixar Remix video, which condenses the entirety of the beloved 2009 Pixar film into a cheery two-minute anime opening. And it’s awesome. Watch the Up anime opening below. Pixar Remix: Up Anime Opening Up just became a viable contender for Top 10 Anime OPs (OP being the industry word for the opening song/credits of an anime series, for all you non-weebs). Pix...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Anime, Charles, Pixar, Up, Video Clips, Carl, Pete Docter, Ellie, Disney/Pixar, Charles Muntz, Naruto Bleach, Pixar Remix, Pixar Remix: Up

Army of the Dead Release Date & Poster Revealed by Netflix!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Army of the Dead release date & poster revealed by Netflix! Netflix has revealed the Army of the Dead release date and poster for the upcoming Zack Snyder action horror flick. The movie is set to drop on the streamer May 21, a little over two months after the director’s hotly anticipated Zack Snyder’s Justice League lands on HBO Max on March 18. Army of the Dead will also be competing on that May date with the Ryan Reynolds vehicle Free Guy and the Saw reboot Spiral starr...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Horror, Germany, Netflix, Army, Justice League, Warner Bros, Ryan Reynolds, Chris Rock, Zack Snyder, Andrew Norman, Nathalie Emmanuel, ComingSoon, Movie News, Netflix Netflix

The Poe Clan Vol. 1 – review

Author & Illustrator: Moto Hagio Translation: Rachel Thorn Published: 2019 (Hardback English translation) Contains spoilers The Blurb : The Poe Clan: a race of undead that feeds on the energy of the living, whiling away the centuries in a village of roses where time and geography have no meaning. A brother and sister, Edgar and Marybelle, are initiated into the clan too young and, unless a wooden stake or a silver bullet should lead to their demise, are doomed to live for eternity, trappe...
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The Poster for Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead Releases the Zombie Cut

After years of everyone being all “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia” about his Justice League cut, I almost forgot about Zack Snyder’s return to the zombie genre. But since everything’s coming up Snyder this month, we’ve got a poster and an upcoming teaser.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Army, Justice League, Snyder, Zack Snyder, Marcia Marcia Marcia, Night of the Living Dead, Army of the Dead, Horror fiction, Army Of The Dead Lost Vegas, Creative Works, English Language Films, Draftarmy Of The Dead

Glasgow Film Festival 2021 Review - POPPY FIELD

A closeted gendarme's attempts to hide his sexuality are threatened during a fracas at an arthouse cinema. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, World cinema, First Look, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis, Gff

Heroic Comics #94 - Frank Frazetta art

Heroic Comics #94 Heroic Comics v1 #94, 1954 - Seeing his horse stuck in the water, a boy unhesitatingly dives in to save her. Frank Frazetta's lines are almost too fine, pushing the limits of the printing process. Regardless, plenty of details remain in a story with a phenomenal level of draftsmanship. The artist draws horses better than any of his peers, revealing a mastery of the animal's [Author: Unknown]
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Ikkitousen Extra Burst Busts Up With Highschool DxD Collaboration

Ikkitousen Extra Burst‘s next luxurious collaboration has involved the infinitely sexy franchise that is Highschool DxD Hero, as girls from the franchise will be making a visit as the Ikkitousen girls also try on their outfits. The PV for the new collaboration shows off all the new females and items that gacha addicts likely can’t […]
Tags: Games, Marketing, Smartphones, Anime, RPG, Oppai, PV, Highschool DxD, Ikkitousen, Casuals

Link Dump

The usual link dump of interesting oddities from the depths of ye olde internets: One-way and Two-way Door Decisions – An interesting model for decision-making: What are one-way and two-way door decisions? One-way door decisions are decisions that you can’t easily reverse. These decisions need to be done carefully. Two-way door decisions can be reversed. You can walk through the door, see if you like it, and if not go back. These decisions can be made fast or even automated. Edgar Wrigh...
Tags: Movies, Quentin Tarantino, Edgar Wright, Dave Chappelle, Wright, James Ellroy, Ellroy, Link Dump, Conan Classic

Listen to the world: Radio Garden app brings stations to millions in lockdown

Free app allowing access to 30,000 stations proves hit for audiences stuck at homeEver fancied listening to some pop music from Prague? Rock from Russia, or talk from Taiwan? With the pandemic limiting travel abroad, an online app has ignited the imagination of millions, allowing them to experience new sounds and travel the globe by radio.The free app, Radio Garden, which carries tens of thousands of radio stations broadcasting live 24 hours a day, has seen a huge spike in popularity during the ...
Tags: Apps, Technology, Media, Internet, Russia, UK News, World news, Taiwan, Radio, Culture, Prague, Television & radio, Radio industry

New Release Review [Digital] - GATECRASH

A wealthy couple arrive home in the aftermath of fleeing from a hit and run. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Digital, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole

Glasgow Film Festival 2021 Review - APPLES

A man succumbs to an epidemic of amnesia and is assigned a series of tasks to help him reintegrate into society. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'The Crew' to 'The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel'

"Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel" Netflix The true-crime series "Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel" was the most popular Netflix series this week.  Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of Netflix's daily top 10 lists. It provides Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular TV shows on Netflix. Visit the business section of Insider for more stories. The new Netflix true-crime docuseries "Crime Scene: The Vanishing at Cecil Hotel" surged its way to the...
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