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Star Wars #1 - 1st issue (key)

Star Wars #1 Star Wars v1 #1, 1977- A few months before the George Lucas movie came out, Marvel began the comic book adaptation starting with this key bronze age issue. Luke Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, R2D2 and C3PO all make their first appearances in this science fiction epic. Howard Chaykin drew the cover (inked by Tom Palmer) and the interiors. [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, George Lucas, Ted Ignacio, Tom Palmer, Howard Chaykin, Leia Han, Luke Skywalker Obi


Piracy #1 - Wally Wood art & cover, Al Williamson art (key)

Wally Wood Piracy v1 #1, 1954 - In Al Williamson's nautical tale, the first mate of a whaling ship reveals his ambitions of replacing the old captain. His images are open and airy, finely delineated by frequent collaborator Angelo Torres. Wally Wood supplies the frenetic, swashbuckling cover. It's beautifully complex layout is accompanied by a superb illustration of a 1800s-era tall ship. [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Adventure, EC, Keys, 1950s, Wood, Williamson, Ted Ignacio, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, First issues, AALink, Wally Wood Piracy, Angelo Torres Wally Wood


Tenkuu Shinpan Grows in Strength & Flashes Pantsu

Tenkuu Shinpan‘s developments have caused the once vulnerable heroine to gain immeasurable power, with the episode also having a different character visit a certain antagonist whilst some brief pantsu shots are still in plentiful supply. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Guns, Drama, Netflix, Anime, Blood, Yuri, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Zero-g, Tenkuu Shinpan, Tenkuu Shinpan Grows


‘Limbo’ Trailer: Waiting is a Group Effort

In Limbo, a young Syrian musician comes to a Scottish island awaiting asylum. The Ben Sharrock-directed comedy-drama starring Amir El-Masry premiered at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, where it was met with positive reviews, including one from us. Now, Limbo is headed to theaters, and ahead of its April release, you can check out a trailer below. Limbo Trailer Nominated for two BAFTA awards for Best British Film and Best Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer, Lim...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Algeria, Movie Trailers, Damascus, Toronto International Film Festival, Omar, Focus Features, Limbo, Amir El Masry, Sharrock, Ben Sharrock, Irune Gurtubai, Producer Limbo, Omar Amir El Masry


Live-Action ‘Powerpuff Girls’ Series Casts ‘Scrubs’ Star Donald Faison as Professor Utonium

The CW’s live-action TV series based on the beloved animated show The Powerpuff Girls has found its Professor Utonium. Donald Faison, best known for playing the lovable goofball Turk on the sitcom Scrubs, has been cast in Powerpuff, the new title of the live-action series that picks up years after the animated show and details what happens when former kid heroes Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup have become “disillusioned twentysomethings who resent having lost their childhood to crime fighting. ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, Sequels, The Cw, Cw, Riverdale, Faison, Greg Berlanti, Sabrina, Craig McCracken, Action/Adventure, The Powerpuff Girls, Donald Faison, Powerpuff


Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin Ending Searches for the Perfect Oppai Pillow

Hyper moe spinoff series Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin has sadly parted with watchers as the final episode has been delivered, pushing out a final salvo of sexiness as one particular shipgirl goes on a quest to find the right perfectly gargantuan and soft breasts to rest her weary head on. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Beach, Moe, Endings, Oppai, Anthropomorphisation, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Mizugi, Spin-off, Azur Lane, Yostar Pictures, Candybox, Bisoku Zenshin


Superhero Bits: Marvel Leaving Diamond Comic Distributors, ‘Harley Quinn’ Has a Secret ‘Suicide Squad’ Guest Star & More

Was the Justice League on Smallville terrible? Who will distribute Marvel Comics now that the company is leaving Diamond Comic Distributors? Who is the secret guest star that Harley Quinn‘s showrunner is teasing? Is that the Spear of Destiny in The Suicide Squad? Did you catch the Star Wars reference in last weekend’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Mr. Sunday Movies takes a dive into the low budget Justice League in the Superman seri...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Batwoman, Black Adam, Captain-America, Guardians of the Galaxy, Harley Quinn, Justice-League, Smallville, Spider-man, Suicide Squad, Supergirl, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier


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Wednesday, March 31 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 31, 2021: Filming in California Project: Untitled Kevin Hart Project Location: 506 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles TV Series: Kids Say the Darndest Things Location: 1350 Palmetto St., Los Angeles TV Series: Insecure Location: 222 S Hope St.; 221 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles Movie: The […] The post Wednesday, March 31 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Daily Filming Locations, Grand Ave Los Angeles, Palmetto St Los Angeles, Untitled Kevin Hart Project Location


James Cameron Explains Avatar's Success to...Marianne Williamson?!

You don’t make some of the most successful movies in history without making some interesting friends. James Cameron, for example, was recently a guest on the Marianne Williamson Podcast. Williamson, as you may recall, is a former presidential candidate and best selling author who tends to get into some very weird…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Avatar, James Cameron, Williamson, Marianne Williamson, The Last Airbender, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Marianne Williamson Podcast Williamson


‘Trouble’: Danny McBride is Making an Animated Movie With Newly Launched Spire Animation

Danny McBride can add animated movie filmmaker to his credentials — which already include actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer. The Righteous Gemstones star and creator is developing an animated movie titled Trouble with Spire Animation Studios, a newly launched studio from Ratatouille producer Brad Lewis. Deadline reports that Danny McBride’s Rough House Pictures is partnering with Spire Animation Studios to develop an animated feature film called Trouble. Trouble follows “Jax, a...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Animation, Pixar, Spire, Lewis, Kung Fu Panda, Brad, Danny, McBride, Mitchells, Brandon James, Ratatouille, Action/Adventure, Danny-McBride, Chris Pappas


A house in Washington, DC, nabbed 88 offers — 76 of them all-cash

At least 15 of the offers on the suburban fixer upper were made sight unseen. The situation highlights the brutally competitive housing market buyers are facing across the U.S.
Tags: Washington, Analysis, Radio, Washington Dc, Industry News, Inventory, Markets & Economy, Select, News Brief, Pandemic, RE/MAX, Activepipe, Lab Coat Agents, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID


NAR survey shows large income gap between white and Black Realtors

White Realtors' median gross personal income last year was $49,400 while the median for Black Realtors was $16,700.
Tags: Gender, Radio, Agent, Income, Lgbtq, Realtors, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Select, Black Realtors, MLS & Associations


Soshite Watashi wa Ojisan ni Doesn’t Care Where the Sex Happens

The hungering old man of Soshite Watashi wa Ojisan ni has grown restless as he takes advantage of his schoolgirl slave in a sexual manner, humiliating her on a train and forcing the helpless woman to use every part of her body. The location of their sexual activities clearly not mattering to the depraved old […]
Tags: Anime, Blackmail, Ero-anime, Fetish, H, Image Gallery, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Soshite Watashi wa Ojisan ni, Trains


‘Steps’, an Animated Musical Spin on the ‘Cinderella’ Story, Headed to Netflix With Producer Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler and her Paper Kite Productions have another yet Netflix title on the way – Steps, an animated musical described as “a spin on the classic Cinderella story.” Unlike traditional Cinderella adaptations, this story focuses on the step-sister characters. But here’s a twist on the familiar formula: this time, it sounds like the stepsister characters are the heroes and won’t be portrayed as wicked and mean as they appear in most tellings of the classic fairy tale that’s been adapted severa...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Animation, Amy-Poehler, Cinderella, Musical, Garfunkel, Kate Micucci, Poehler, Oates, Steps, Riki Lindhome, Alyce, Lindhome, Kim Lessing, Micucci


‘Mortal Kombat’ Release Date Delayed Again by One Week

Fans have been patiently waiting for the latest big screen adaptation of Mortal Kombat to arrive. Even though it wasn’t one of the films slated for release during the coronavirus pandemic last year, it was bumped back a bit due to COVID-19’s continued impact on movie theaters into 2021. The movie from director Simon McQuoid was slated for release in March 2021 before being pushed to April 16 for a debut in theaters and on HBO Max, but now the movie has been pushed back again. But just one week....
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, United States, Kano, Godzilla, MMA, Warner Brothers, Video Game, Kong, Cole, Action/Adventure, Release Dates, Simon McQuoid, Shang Tsung, Mortal-kombat


Corcoran adds home improvement program to agent suite of tools

RealVitalize, a home improvement resource for sellers, will now be available to Corcoran agents and their seller clients across New York City, the Hamptons and South Florida.
Tags: Florida, New York City, Radio, Home Improvements, Hamptons, Corcoran, Coldwell Banker, Realogy, Brokerage, Corcoran Group, NRT Coldwell Banker, ANGI Homeservices, Pam Liebman, RealVitalize, Agent Studio


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Makes Huge Box Office Internationally, But Don’t Expect the Same in the United States

Godzilla vs. Kong doesn’t hit theaters (and HBO Max) until tomorrow, but the massive monster mash-up has already taken the international box office by storm. Overseas, the blockbuster battle opened up in 38 markets, raking in over $121.8 million, which is enough to set the record for biggest global box office debut during the coronavirus pandemic. However, that doesn’t mean the film’s debut in the United States will have nearly as big of a reception. The Los Angeles Times reported last weeken...
Tags: Hbo, Bob Odenkirk, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, China, Sci-fi, Disney, Los Angeles, United States, Sequels, Liam Neeson, Box Office, Godzilla, Los Angeles Times


Newly listed ‘vampire house’ features coffins, backyard cemetery

A decor of coffins, crosses and a backyard cemetery has made a seemingly inconspicuous house in Maryland go viral along with its agent.
Tags: Twitter, Maryland, Listings, Lifestyle, Oakland Raiders, Radio, New York Times, Agent, Slate, Baltimore Sun, RE/MAX, Taylor Lorenz, Billy Nicholson, Matt Godbey


‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 4 Trailer: June Asks for Justice

The Handmaid’s Tale is almost back, and June (Elisabeth Moss) will continue her quest to burn Gilead to the ground for the horrors it has wrought. This season seems to be more about June coming to terms with the personal sacrifices she’s made for the larger cause, and you can see evidence of that in the brand new trailer below. The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Trailer More than any other drama series, The Handmaid’s Tale positioned itself as the most important “resistance” show during the T...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Thriller, Poster, Hulu, Elisabeth Moss, Trump, Moss, Mueller, Gilead, Bruce Miller, TV Trailer, The Handmaid's Tale, Sam Jaeger


March 30 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW March 30 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s March 30 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon!  New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Wonder Woman 1984 Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing a wide array of foes including: Max Lord and The Cheetah. Our Friend (DVD) After...
Tags: Dane, Japan, TV, Movies, Horror, New York City, Edgar Allan Poe, Digital, United States, Serbia, TV News, Manhattan, Harry, Venice, Blu-ray, Dvd


Daily Podcast: Best Recasts in Film History, Thundercats, Game of Thrones Stage Play, Rocky Prequel, and More

On the March 30, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including a Thundercats movie, a Game of Thrones stage play, and a Rocky prequel series. Then they dive into the mailbag and answer a few listener questions. Opening Banter :    In The News : (Ben) ‘Thundercats’ Movie to Be Directed By ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Helmer Adam Wingard (HT) ‘Game of T...
Tags: Movies, Broadway, Sylvester Stallone, Seattle, Viggo Mortensen, Chris, Michael J Fox, Eric Stoltz, Dakar Senegal, Ben, Kong, Tyler, Ben Pearson, Missy, Stuart Townsend, Hoai Tran Bui


New Trailer for Scottish Dance Champion Documentary 'Grace Fury'

"Let's get lost… anywhere beyond these shores. And I'll summon good spirits." Performing Arts Film has released a trailer for Grace Fury, a dance documentary biopic about a Scottish dance champion named Laura Carruthers. Filmmaker, choreographer, ballerina, and dancer - she leads world class performing artists in this stunning documentary. The feature film travels the elements of her personal story as an artist on a breathtaking flight of choreography, cinematography, realization, and resolv...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, To Watch, Laura Carruthers Filmmaker


“Back in the Burbs” is self-care in the form of laughter

The world is a little overwhelming these days (understatement of the year, right?) and sometimes we just need to kick back, chill out, and as a wise songwriter once sang, forget about life for a while. Oh, and laugh. More laughing please! PLEASE. One way to do all of the above: grab a copy of […]
Tags: Books, Shopping, Humor, Books For Parents, Books for Adults


Man Rappels Down Building to Steal ¥1 Million Worth of Pokemon & Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards

A crook looking to make some quick cash has enacted desperate measures as he rappelled down the side of a building to break into a store and empty it of rare Yu-Gi-Oh! and Pokemon cards, which he wanted to sell to pay off his personal debts. The 28-year-old male office worker stole several cards totaling […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Theft, Bizarre, Pokemon, Tokyo, Anime, TCG, Collections, Yu-Gi-Oh, Million Worth of Pokemon


The best texting games for 2021

Can't get together with your friends or family? Connect via text with our pick of the best texting games -- from classics like Hangman to Emoji Translation.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Games, Trends, Smartphone, Texting, Best Of, Tier 4


Review: 'Godzilla vs. Kong' Unleashes More Epic Monster Mayhem

"There can't be two alpha titans." Everyone's favorite big cuddlelizard is back with another smash & tumble adventure around the world. Godzilla vs. Kong is finally here! You're Next and The Guest director Adam Wingard picks up where Mike Dougherty left off with Godzilla: King of the Monsters just a few years ago. And Wingard also picks up where Jordan Vogt-Roberts left off with his Kong: Skull Island movie. This is a very American franchise now, focusing more on the epic destruction and CGI-f...
Tags: Movies, Review, Sci-fi, Skull Island, Kong, Wingard, Jordan Vogt Roberts, Adam Wingard, Mike Dougherty


Watch: Ray Wong's Clever Sci-Fi Short 'Burnt Grass' About Cloning

"This is unnatural, we gotta tell someone." "No, we can't!" "Why not…?" "Because they'll take it away from us!!" Time to catch up with this clever sci-fi short film titled Burnt Grass, which originally premiered in 2014 at the Toronto Film Festival. Thanks to a bump from Short of the Week, it's now available to watch on YouTube. Alex Paxton-Beesley and Christopher Jacot star as Sally & Jack, a young couple in the city, discover a strange phenomenon in their backyard that duplicates organic l...
Tags: Movies, Time, Sci-fi, Short Film, Jack, Sally, To Watch, Ray Wong, Alex Paxton Beesley, Sally Jack, Christopher Jacot


‘The Suicide Squad’ TV Spots: Peter Capaldi Talks, and Other Explosive New Footage

Who is going to die in The Suicide Squad? How will Starro come into play? Most importantly, does Peter Capaldi’s The Thinker speak in a Scottish accent? (Yes, he does.) The first official The Suicide Squad trailer provided a perfect tease, giving us a glimpse of the action and absurd tone of the James Gunn-directed movie without revealing much of the plot. But Gunn has decided to spoil fans and give us not one, but two new TV spots featuring more action and, best of all, Peter Capaldi talking i...
Tags: Hbo, Viola Davis, Movies, US, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Peter Capaldi, Sylvester Stallone, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, Gunn, Waller, CAPALDI, Amanda Waller, StarRo


Warner Bros. Pushes Mortal Kombat Release Back a Week

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. pushes Mortal Kombat release back a week As the studio gears up to finally debut its MonsterVerse crossover Godzilla vs. Kong tomorrow, Warner Bros. has announced a slight change in scheduling as the highly-anticipated video game adaptation Mortal Kombat is moving back a week from its original April 16 release to April 23. When asked his feelings on the release shift, all Scorpion had to say was “GET OVER HERE!” RELATED: Exclusive Mortal Kombat Spot, Plus D...
Tags: Games, Movies, Movie News, Video Games, Warner Bros. Pictures



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