New graphic medicine Kickstarter by GE Gallas - "The Plague and Doctor Caim"

The Plague and Doctor Caim A darkly comic graphic novel about a 17th century plague doctor by G.E. Gallas. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/castironbooks/the-plague-and-doctor-caim The Plague and Doctor Caim is a 112-page full colour original graphic novel from acclaimed creator G.E. Gallas and is the latest project from new independent publisher Cast Iron Books. The Plague and Doctor Caim Book and Ebook This campaign is to fund production and distribution...
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Jules Feiffer's collaborator Norton Juster RIP

Norton Juster, who conjured worlds of wordplay in 'Phantom Tollbooth,' dies at 91 Emily Langer Washington Post March 9, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/norton-juster-dead/2021/03/09/42d60a84-1035-11e9-831f-3aa2c2be4cbd_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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More on Dr Seuss at Arlington Library

Controversial Dr. Seuss Titles to Remain at Library, But Won't Be Replaced Matt Blitz ArlNow March 9 2021 https://www.arlnow.com/2021/03/09/controversial-dr-seuss-titles-to-remain-at-library-but-wont-be-replaced/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Weird Fantasy v2 #18 - Al Williamson art

Weird Fantasy v2 #18 Weird Fantasy v2 #18, 1953 - One of his best works, Al Williamson tells the tale of an astronaut's scheme to steal his buddy's wife. Like many EC stories, the panels are relatively small and full of text. The artist still takes great care in delineating each one in superb detail. The opening page is the most stunning (see interior page below), with its modeling, depth and [Author: Unknown]
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John Gallagher's Max Meow books signed from Bard's Alley

While you're at it, grab a copy of Max Meow: Cat Crusader and preorder book two, Max Meow: Donuts and Danger. This graphic novel series is sure to be your Dog Man-fan's next favorite series. Plus, author John Gallagher is local, so preorders through our physical location will be signed and doodled! (Keep your eyes peeled for some very exciting Independent Bookstore Day news, too!) Out April 6th. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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First Trailer for Kevin Smith Doc CLERK

A new doc tells the story of filmmaker Kevin Smith. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Expedition: Back to the Future’ Trailer: New Discovery+ Series Searches for the Original DeLorean Time Machine

The Discovery Channel is about to do a little bit of time traveling with the new series Expedition: Back to the Future. Slated for streaming exclusively on Discovery+, the series from Expedition Unknown host Josh Gates will bring in Doc Brown actor Christopher Lloyd for an adventure to track down the original DeLorean time machine from the first Back to the Future movie. And there are plenty more treats in store for fans of the time traveling franchise. Expedition: Back to the Future Trailer...
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In The Arms Of An Angel

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Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi BPO Complaints: “Encourages Sex Crimes & Violence”

The usual flood of complaints have been sent in to Japan’s “TV watchdog”, the BPO, a common occurrence where whining parents with no sense of responsibility when it comes to raising their children complain about content that can be seen late at night on television – this time it seems adults are complaining about Kaifuku […]
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Wednesday, March 10 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 10, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Dave Location: 526 S Los Angeles St., Los Angeles TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 1912 E 7th Pl.; 544 Mateo St, Los Angeles TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 899 Francisco St., Los Angeles TV Series: American Crime […] The post Wednesday, March 10 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Kodansha Rebrands, Eliminates Vertical

Kodansha has announced today that they are unifying their “English-language publishing program” with a new website, kodansha.us (formerly KodanshaComics.com), and the elimination of Vertical as a label. Well, they didn’t exactly announce that last part, but that’s one of the results. The combined website “spotlights not only the Kodansha manga you know and love but also highlights all of Kodansha’s award-winning and fan-favorite English-language, novels, cookbooks, craft guides, historical/cultu...
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Elizabeth Banks to Direct ‘Cocaine Bear,’ a Thriller Produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller

Elizabeth Banks has found her next project. The Charlie’s Angels director has signed on to direct a Universal Pictures thriller produced by her The Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The movie’s title? Cocaine Bear. And that’s how you get people’s attention, folks, in spite of Banks’ underwhelming directorial career so far. Deadline reports that Elizabeth Banks has signed on to direct Universal Pictures’ Cocaine Bear, a film written by Jimmy Warden and described as a “a charact...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Briefly Leaked, ‘Marvel Classified’ Podcast is Coming & More

Want to learn about the origins of America Chavez before she arrives in Doctor Strange 2? What is the new Marvel Declassified podcast on Sirius XM? Which Wonder Woman comics are available for free on DC Universe Infinite right now? Which WandaVision grief meme is Paul Bettany‘s favorite? Did you hear Zack Snyder’s Justice League briefly leaked to HBO Max this week? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s America Chavez‘s origin story in Marvel Comics before she debuts i...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, America Chavez, Avengers, Justice-League, Loki, Marvel Declassified, Red Sonja, Silver Surfer, Spider-man, Superman, Superman and Lois, Thor, WandaVision, Wonder-Woman

Da Vinci Code Prequel Series Langdon Shifts From NBC To Peacock

Da Vinci Code prequel series Langdon shifts from NBC to Peacock After shifting from being a film adaptation to a series at NBC, the Da Vinci Code prequel drama Dan Brown’s Langdon centered on the iconic Art History and Symbology Professor is shifting gears to fresh streaming service Peacock as it has been picked up to series. RELATED: Craig Robinson-Led Untitled Comedy Gets Series Order at Peacock if (typeof readAdmiralCookie === "function"){ admiral_...
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Dominique Fishback Joins Apple’s The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey

Dominique Fishback joins Apple’s The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey On the heels of her breakout roles in HBO’s The Deuce, Netflix’s Project Power and WB’s Judas and the Black Messiah, Dominique Fishback has found another major role to add to her resumé as she joins the cast for Apple’s miniseries adaptation of The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey: Samuel L. Jackson Leads New Apple TV+ Miniseries ...
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Peacock Orders ‘Da Vinci Code’ Spin-Off ‘Langdon’ to Series

Robert Langdon, the Harvard symbologist with the bad haircut who has a nasty habit of getting caught up in historical mysteries, now has his own TV series. After ordering a pilot last year, Peacock has now ordered Dan Brown’s Langdon to series, with Succession actor Ashley Zukerman playing the title character. The show will follow Robert Langdon’s “early adventures,” and you better friggin’ believe he’s going to have to solve some puzzles along the way. That’s just how Robert Langdon rolls. ...
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‘The Mandalorian’ Visual Guide Will Not Arrive This Year; Original Novel Not Moving Forward, Either

Apologies to fans of The Mandalorian, but we have some disappointing news from the publishing world. The Mandalorian Ultimate Visual Guide, a deep dive into the lore and minutiae depicted in Lucasfilm’s first live-action Star Wars series, has been canceled…at least for the time being. And that’s not all: an original novel set in the world of the show has also been scrapped. Read on to learn the reason why. Due to the ever-expanding world of The Mandalorian, we will no longer be publishing Th...
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NAR: ‘We haven’t seen a deluge’ of hate speech cases

The trade group's professional standards committee will vote on case interpretations in May to help evaluate complaints.
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Los Angeles Movie Theaters Could Reopen Next Week

Since the pandemic caused the theatrical exhibition industry to come to an abrupt halt last year, some theaters have slowly reopened across the country. But until last week, the nation’s two biggest markets – New York and Los Angeles – remained shuttered. New York has been back in action for a few days, and today, new projections indicate that Los Angeles movie theaters could reopen as soon as next week based on the number of coronavirus cases in the area. THR reports that Los Angeles movie t...
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Review: My Donkey, My Lover and I

— by RON WILKINSON — Antoinette was famous after the first day of her gutsy solo trek on the Stevenson Trail in the rugged Cevennes mountains of France. No wonder her fame would spread, as she is so beautiful. That alone would make her presence known even if she were not on the trail to […]
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‘House of Gucci’ First Look: Adam Driver and Lady Gaga Go Skiing in Ridley Scott’s New Movie

Ridley Scott‘s House of Gucci is now filming in Italy, and set pics being taken by onlookers were being leaked online on Monday. The solution: fight fire with fire by releasing an official image from the film. The image comes courtesy of star Lady Gaga and shows Gaga and fellow co-star Adam Driver in costume, posing in front of some picturesque mountains. It looks like a vacation pic from a very good-looking couple. See the full House of Gucci first look below. Behold: the best photo ever t...
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Players Still Lusting After Pyra/Mythra

Those with a penchant for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate have not let up when it comes to lusting after the newly added Pyra and Mythra of Xenoblade as players have been making use of Photo Mode to create highly lewd situations for the girls, sure to prove highly entertaining to both perverts and normal individuals. […]
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Netflix series attempts to answer age-old question: Marriage or mortgage?

In advance of the Netflix show's release on March 10, we sat down to chat with agent Nichole Holmes about mortgages, romance and choosing between the two.
Tags: Lifestyle, Netflix, Radio, Luxury, Weddings, Agent, Select, Down Payment, Luxury Lens, Mortgage & Alternative Financing Month, Theme-month-202103, Mortgage Month, Mortgage Or Marriage, Nichole Holmes

Daily Podcast: Movies About Other Movies, Steven Spielberg’s New Film, Agatha Harkness in the MCU, and More

On the March 9, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including Steven Spielberg ’s next directing project, the future of Kathryn Hahn in the MCU, and a jostling for the all-time box office crown. Opening Banter : In The News : (Ben) Steven Spielberg to Direct a Movie About His Own Childhood; Michelle Williams to Star (Brad) ‘WandaVi...
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‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Has an Extra Epilogue Chapter

Zack Snyder’s Justice League began as just a bunch of footage on the filmmaker’s laptop before a massive fan campaign and many millions of dollars from HBO Max turned in into a four-hour miniseries, then a four-hour feature film. But to better digest such a lengthy superhero epic, Snyder has divided his film into six handy individual “chapters.” But the director has revealed that in addition to those six chapters, Zack Snyder’s Justice League will feature an additional epilogue chapter. Zack...
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City of Lies Teaser Trailer Starring Johnny Depp & Forest Whitaker

City of Lies Teaser Trailer Starring Johnny Depp & Forest Whitaker Saban Films has released the official City of Lies teaser trailer starring Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker. The biographical crime drama is based on the book LAbyrinth by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Randall Sullivan. The movie follows the investigation into the murder of iconic rap artist Christopher Wallace, aka the Notorious B.I.G. You can check out the teaser now in the player below along with the poster! ...
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Mondo Unveils New Line of Marvel Mecha Toy Figures With Spider-Man!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mondo unveils new line of Marvel Mecha toy figures with Spider-Man! After three years of development, Mondo is proud to officially unveil the first figure in their Marvel Mecha line Spider-Man Mecha, inspired by the label’s love for manga and Japanese mecha designs from the ’80s and ’90s and has also created a limited-edition symbiote version of the figure, both of which can be viewed in the gallery below! RELATED: Mondo Announces Slate of DC Film & TV Series Vinyl Sound...
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'The Voice' is now airing its 20th season - here's how to watch the singing competition on NBC and Peacock

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Blake Shelton on the set of NBC's "The Voice." Trae Patton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images "The Voice" is a singing competition with an all-star panel of coaches.The show's 20th season airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.You can watch "The Voice" on cable or through streaming services, like Peacock and Sling Blue. Premium (4-Month Plan) (small) "The Voice" has been a staple of the N...
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Cocaine Bear: Elizabeth Banks to Direct Universal’s Thriller with Lord Miller Producing

Cocaine Bear: Elizabeth Banks to Direct Universal’s Thriller with Lord Miller Producing Elizabeth Banks is set to direct the upcoming movie Cocaine Bear for Universal Pictures. Oscar-winning duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Last Man on Earth, The Lego Movie) will produce for Lord Miller along with Banks and Max Handelman, who will produce via their Brownstone Productions banner. The project is being described as a character-driven thriller inspired by tru...
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Elle Fanning Joins Francis and The Godfather as Ali MacGraw

Elle Fanning joins Francis and The Godfather as Ali MacGraw Nearly a month after adding Emmy winner Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) to its ensemble roster, Barry Levinson’s Francis and the Godfather has expanded its cast with the addition of Golden Globe nominee Elle Fanning (The Great), according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Elisabeth Moss Joins Isaac & Gyllenhaal in Making of The Godfather Film if (typeof readAdmiralCookie === "function"){ ...
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