Superhero Bits: Vintage-Style ‘WandaVision’ Comic Art, ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Making-Of Special & More

Want to see some vintage-style comic book cover art inspired by WandaVision? Who wrote the Batman and Joker scene in Zack Snyder’s Justice League? What villain is coming to the second season of Stargirl? What character does The Falcon and The Winter Soldier writer want to bring in to the MCU? What did Kevin Feige say about the rumor of Chris Evans coming back as Captain America? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s the new promo for “Central City Strong,” the upcomin...
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Fear #15 / Man-Thing - Frank Brunner cover

Fear #15 (Adventure into) Fear v1 #15 with the Man-Thing, 1973 - Frank Brunner draws his first of three memorable Man-Thing covers. His use of light and shadow give the figures added dimension, especially the creative in the foreground. Sensitively rendered, the cover is representative of Brunner's many fine bronze age works. Other artists in this issue include Val Mayerick and Frank [Author: Unknown]
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Big Apple Comix - Wally Wood art & cover, Neal Adams, Mike Ploog, Al Williamson art

Wally WoodBig Apple Comix v1 no #, 1975 - A one-shot underground comic, this issue stands out for the participation of several great artists. Wally Wood not only illustrates the cover, but also parodies his classic EC tale from Weird Science v2 #22. The stories inside vary by genre and some have fairly explicit nudity. Mike Ploog, Al Williamson and Neal Adams (who draws only the left half of his [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, EC, Ted Ignacio, Neal Adams, Wally Wood, Neal Adams Mike Ploog Al Williamson, Wally WoodBig, Mike Ploog Al Williamson

Lusty Pole-Dancing Anette Bikini Ero-Figure Can Strip Nude

The luscious tan Anette of erotic series Tonari no Ie no Anette-san has shed any sense of embarrassment she might have possessed to pole dance for this figurine, the gorgeous beauty wearing only a small swimsuit that can even be removed, should buyers be unable to control their lust – Anette can provide pleasure with […]
Tags: Dancing, Anime, Tan, Anette, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Rocket Boy, Tonari no Ie no Anette-san

Incredible Doom Collection Due

I wrote about Incredible Doom, a story about 90s kids using early internet bulletin boards, over three years ago. And this is why you should have a distinctive title, because when I saw a listing for the collected graphic novel in the latest Previews catalog, I vaguely remembered it. I’m excited to see the whole story! (Because I love computer history.) Here’s the description: Allison is drowning under the weight of her manipulative stage magician father. When he brings home [...]
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Vanessa Bryant Names Cops Who Took & Shared Graphic Photos of Kobe, Gianna Helicopter Crash Site

Vanessa Bryant has released the names of the four Los Angeles County Sherriff’s deputies who allegedly took and shared unauthorized graphic photos of the devastating helicopter crash that killed her husband, daughter and seven other people. In an Instagram post Wednesday (Mar. 17), Vanessa shared images of court documents from the lawsuit she filed against Los Angeles County, the sheriff’s department, the county fire department, and the four deputies in question. The screenshots revealed the ide...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, California, Cops, Sports, Los Angeles, Lawsuits, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kobe Bryant, Police Officers, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Norwalk, Bryant, Department

A Shrine To Adolescence

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Why the Original ‘Space Jam’ Was So Important to LeBron James

LeBron James is set to step into Michael Jordon’s very large shoes as the star of Space Jam: A New Legacy, the long-awaited sequel to the 1996 comedy Space Jam. And at 36 years old, James was the perfect age to grow up with the original Space Jam, which was the staple of many a sports and/or Looney Tunes-loving millennial. But the first Space Jam movie holds a special place in James’ heart, which is what helps bring his starring role in A New Legacy full circle. In an interview with Entertai...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Lebron James, Ryan Coogler, Warner Brothers, James, Jam, Akron Ohio, Dom, Michael Jordon, Space-Jam, Sonequa Martin Green Star Trek, Kamiyah, Cedric Joe, HBO Max, Space Jam: A New Legacy

Venom: Let There Be Carnage Release Pushed Back Three Months

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Venom: Let There Be Carnage release pushed back three months With the long-awaited F9: The Fast Saga recently put in place of the film’s original date, Sony Pictures has elected to delay the Tom Hardy-led Venom: Let There Be Carnage for a third time for three months from June to September. In addition to delaying the second installment in Sony’s Marvel Universe, the studio has delayed the action comedy The Man From Toronto starring Kevin Hart, Kaley Cuoco and Woody Harre...
Tags: Movies, Toronto, Netflix, Andy Serkis, Sony, Woody Harrelson, Sony Pictures, Jared Leto, Tom Hardy, Marvel Studios, Mowgli, Michelle Williams, Harrelson, ComingSoon, Eddie Brock, Carnage

Gareth Evans’ Crime Series ‘Gangs of London’ Will Finally Air on AMC Starting in April

Unless you live in the United Kingdom or subscribe to AMC+, you haven’t been able to partake in the crime series Gangs of London from The Raid franchise director Gareth Evans. Thankfully, that’s about to change, because the first season of Gangs of London is about to start airing on the regular AMC cable channel starting in April. AMC sent out a press release and a teaser announcing the arrival of Gangs of London on Sunday, April 4: Here’s the official synopsis for Gangs of London: For 20 ...
Tags: UK, London, Television, Movies, Drama, Amc, United Kingdom, Sky Atlantic, Elliot, Sean, Wallace, Gareth Evans, Michelle Fairley, Sky Studios, Matt Flannery, Gangs Of London

‘The Essex Serpent’ Cast Now Includes Tom Hiddleston

Tom Hiddleston is the latest actor to join the cast of The Essex Serpent, a new Apple TV+ series that also stars Claire Danes. Based on the novel by Sarah Perry, the series tells the story of a widow who moves to a small village and learns of a local legend involving a mythical sea serpent. Danes is playing the widow while Hiddleston will play the “trusted leader” of the small rural community. The news comes directly from Apple, along with a first-look image you can see above. The Essex Serp...
Tags: AppleTV, Casting, Television, Claire-Danes, The Essex Serpent, Tom Hiddleston

Factory Summers

Guy Delisle is best known for two kinds of comics: travelogues, where he works (often in animation) in a lesser-known country, such as Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea, and parenting comedy. Factory Summers, which is due out in mid-June, is a surprising change of pace. It’s a memoir, a story of three summers of manual labor in a paper mill, before he gets his first animation job. He’s a teenager, and he draws, in straightforward, simplified fashion, the various [...]
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Keyshia Cole Announces Retirement From Music: “I’m Not Lying…”

Keyshia Cole says she’s done with music. The Grammy-nominated singer took to Twitter Wednesday (Mar. 17) to announce that she’s retiring, sharing the news while responding to tweets from fans. “You winning right now Keyshia your new single is buzzing up the charts you should be top 20 next week! Stay focused u got this!!” one fan tweeted, to which she replied: “I’m retiring..” I’m retiring.. https://t.co/S4rgt9AO3h — Keyshia Cole (@KeyshiaCole) March 17, 2021 Another fan tweeted: “I know you...
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‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Leads Past Weekend’s Box Office – Again

Raya and the Last Dragon lead last weekend’s box office for the second time in a row following the Disney animated epic’s debut in both theaters and HBO Max on March 5. In fact, both the top two films playing in theaters, Raya and the Last Dragon and Tom & Jerry, are available both in theaters and home viewing. But as a sign that we’re still a long way from getting back to “normal,” both films accounted for nearly half of the box office gains this past weekend. This weekend, the entire box o...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Movies, California, Disney, Animation, Sony, Box Office, North America, Indiewire, Raya, Disney/Pixar, Tom Jerry, Warner Bros Tom Jerry, Raya And The Last Dragon, Jathi Ratnalu

Thursday, March 18 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 18, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 1923 Micheltorena St, Los Angeles TV Series: Good Trouble Location: 901 E 1st St., Los Angeles TV Series: Mayans MC Location: 31880 Aliso Canyon Rd., Los Angeles TV Series: The Goldbergs Location: 3071 Earlmar Dr., […] The post Thursday, March 18 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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‘Jakob’s Wife’ Trailer: Barbara Crampton Wants Blood

Barbara Crampton is a minister’s wife turned vampire in Jakob’s Wife, the new horror film from director Travis Stevens (Girl on the Third Floor). Crampton’s character, Anne, feels like she’s been stuck in a rut for 30 years, but that all changes when she ends up attacked by someone…or something. Coming away from the attack with bite marks on her neck and a newfound thirst for blood, Anne’s entire existence is about to change. Watch the Jakob’s Wife trailer below. Jakob’s Wife Trailer Is...
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‘Roads to Freedom’: Workaholic Ridley Scott is Now Making a 10-Episode World War II Series and Making Us All Feel Lazy

Good lord, Ridley Scott, can you chill? Scott, who is 83-years-old, just wrapped filming The Last Duel and is already deep into shooting his next movie House of Gucci. You’d think he might want to take a breather, but no – he’s already planning his next feature film Kitbag, and is attached to produce a whole slew of titles. And now he’s gone ahead and added one more to the list: Roads to Freedom, a 10-episode World War II epic that he’s making with writer Steven Knight. Scott will direct the f...
Tags: UK, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Berlin, War, West, Adaptation, Red Army, Hitler, Ridley-Scott, Gucci, Scott, East, Locke

Chainsaw Man Animate Cafe Serves Up Devilish Delights

Animate Cafe at Ikebukuro 4 Shop, which is known for its numerous collaborations with anime and manga, is having a special collaboration with Chainsaw Man to promote the series’ upcoming anime adaptation. Starting this month, the cafe will serve up and sell food and merchandise based on the series about a young man merging with […]
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SXSW 2021: 'Ninjababy' is Fresh, Innovative, Progressive Filmmaking

I'm just going to say this right up front: Ninjababy is one of the most creative, innovative films I've seen this year. This film rocks! For whatever foolish reasons, I was resistant to watching this one when it first premiered at the 2021 Berlin Film Festival. Then I finally caught up with it at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival, after many of my colleagues had been raving about it. I wasn't ready to be this blown away by how brilliant and innovative and progressive and hilarious it is. This is the...
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‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ TV Series Moves From Paramount+ to Showtime

After shaping up to be a Paramount+ original, The Man Who Fell to Earth TV series, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor in the title role originated by David Bowie in the 1976 sci-fi classic, is now landing at Showtime. Showtime announced that The Man Who Fell to Earth drama series will premiere exclusively on the cable network in 2022. Ejiofor is still attached to play the alien character who arrives on Earth at a pivotal turning point in human evolution, in a TV series based on the Walter Tevis novel...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Netflix, David Bowie, Showtime, Adaptation, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paramount, Bowie, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Walter Tevis, SHOWTIME SHOWTIME, CBS Studios

Warner Bros. and DC Have Decided It’s Time For an ‘Hourman’ Movie

Folks, the time is almost upon us: the moment we’ve all been waiting for since before World War II, when a certain comic book character first graced the pages of Adventure Comics #48. I’m talking, of course, about everyone’s favorite comic hero, Hourman, and the fact that Warner Bros. and DC have finally – finally – given in to the cacophonous clamoring of the populace and decided to do what they should have done years, nay, decades ago: make an Hourman movie. Jokes aside, I’ve literally never ...
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‘Arlo the Alligator Boy’ Trailer: A Half-Human, Half-Alligator Heads to New York City

Are you ready for the unspeakable horrors of Arlo the Alligator Boy?! Run for your lives! This hideous humanoid creature will devour us all! *checks notes* My mistake, Arlo the Alligator Boy is in fact a family-friendly animated musical. Featuring the voices of Michael J. Woodard, Mary Lambert, Flea (of Red Hot Chili Peppers fame), Annie Potts, Tony Hale, and more, the 2D animated movie musical follows “A wide-eyed boy, who is half human and half alligator, [as he] leaves his sheltered life in ...
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‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ is Coming to U.S. Theaters After Smashing Box Office Records in Japan

The battle of the highest-grossing movie in Japan was once fought between critically acclaimed titans of anime — Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar-winning Spirited Away kept the title for years before being temporarily toppled by Makoto Shinkai’s sensational Your Name. But in 2020, another anime film obliterated Japanese box office records, becoming the highest-grossing movie in the country, and becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of 2020 (just outgrossing Tenet) even amid a global pandemic. It’s an...
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Godfather of Harlem Season 2 Trailer, Plus New Casting Additions Revealed

Godfather of Harlem Season 2 trailer, plus new casting additions revealed EPIX has released the trailer for the upcoming second season of their crime drama series Godfather of Harlem, which is scheduled to make its return on April 18. Check out the video in the player below! In addition, Deadline brings word that Justin Bartha (National Treasure), Annabella Sciorra (Truth B Told), Ronald Guttman (Hunters), Gino Cafarelli and Isaach De Bankolé have been cast for the recurring roles of incorru...
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The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in April 2021

Spring is in the air. The weather is getting nicer, and soon we should be able to enjoy it with the coronavirus pandemic beginning to wind down as the COVID-19 vaccines are pushed to more and more people. Even though you’ll want to leave your house much more when things are safe, for now, it’s best to enjoy some movies from the comfort of your home. However, you’ve only got a limited amount of time before you’ll see some movies leaving Hulu in April 2021, and we’ve got a list of some of the bes...
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Natalie Portman Signs First-Look TV Deal With Apple TV+

Word recently broke that Natalie Portman would be headed to Apple TV+ with the limited series Lady in the Lake, which also stars Lupita Nyong’o. Now it looks like Lady in the Lake is just the beginning of Portman’s relationship with Apple, as Portman has signed a first-look TV deal with Apple along with her producing partner Sophie Mas. It’s the first deal Portman and Mas have signed through their newly formed production company, MountainA. When it comes to new-ish streaming services, Apple ...
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IRS pushes tax filing deadline back to May 17

The extension comes on the heels of the stimulus bill which could change the way many individuals are filing taxes this year.
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Front-Page: WSJ Report Contrasts 2 Housing Booms, Industry Broker Looks Back Then and Now

Article Examines the 2005 Housing Boom Versus Market Dynamics That Have Emerged From the 2020 Pandemic A Wall Street Journal report contrasting the 2005 housing boom with the record-breaking market that has emerged out of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, made front-page news of its print publication this week, quoting industry broker Anthony Lamacchia, who talked about the vast differences between the market dynamics 15 years ago that led to the housing crisis and those of today, where buyers are ...
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Podcaster Joe Rogan sells LA mansion, moves to Texas

On his way to settle permanently in Texas, prominent podcaster and former "Fear Factor" host Joe Rogan sold his Los Angeles mansion for $3.45 million.
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