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Monogatari Character Designer Watanabe Akio Contracts the Coronavirus

The vile Chinese virus has wrapped its tendrils around another loved individual as notable character designer Watanabe Akio has contracted the Coronavirus, prompting his fans to deliver well-wishes hoping for his fast recovery. Watanabe has served as the character designer for countless anime, such as the Monogatari series, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou, Kami […]
Tags: Health, Japan, Medical, Anime, Watanabe, Bakemonogatari, Higurashi, Character Design, Coronavirus, Watanabe Akio, Gou Kami


Violet Holmes and the Agents of H.I.V.E.: Adventures of a Teenage Detective

Violet Holmes and the Agents of H.I.V.E. Volume 1: Adventures of a Teenage Detective is a graphic novel about Sherlock Holmes’ daughter. It’s got a lot of reasons to recommend it, although it’s a pretty bad comic. I am going to try and avoid using that unwieldy title again, to start. Violet Holmes is one of the early publications from Orange Pip Books, started in 2019 as a division of the longer-established MX Publishing, which puts out Holmes-related books, both [...]
Tags: Comics, Sherlock Holmes, Holmes, Other Publishers, Violet Holmes, Orange Pip Books, MX Publishing


Wanna break in as a TV writer?

Just a reminder that this Friday on Zoom I will be doing a special session on how writers can break into TV.  Whether you're just starting out or you're a playwright who has decided it's time to... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Ann Telnaes goes to war

We're all in this together — unless you're a Republican By Ann Telnaes April 1, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/04/01/telnaes-cartoon-republicans-coronavirus-wwii-posters/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Frontline Combat #8 - Wally Wood, Alex Toth art

Frontline Combat #8 Frontline Combat v1 #8, 1952 - Wally Wood's lavishly detailed story chronicles the life of Julius Caesar. In the first scene, the artist depicts him in heroic yet majestic fashion. Subsequent pages are overflowing with Roman regalia and weaponry. By contrast, Alex Toth's tale of a fighter pilot during the Korean War is quietly spare (see interior page below). Panels are [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Julius Caesar, Wally Wood, Alex Toth, Wally Wood Alex Toth


Spider-man and Daredevil Special Edition #1 - Frank Miller cover & reprints

Frank Miller Spider-man and Daredevil v1 #1, 1984 - Collecting the three-part story from >Spectacular Spider-man v2 #26, #27 and #28, this one-shot edition gives readers another chance to see Frank Miller's first renditions of Daredevil. While the reprints are adequate, it's the artist's new cover and back cover that stand out. Powerful, graphic and exquisitely designed, Miller even exceeds [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Superhero, Miller, 1980s, 12, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio, Frank Miller Spider, AALink, Spectacular Spider


Hataraku Saibou Will Be the First Anime Since 2007 to Air in China

The Nishi Nippon news publication has reported that Hataraku Saibou will be the first anime in the last 14 years to air on Chinese television. According to the article, China has been limiting the airing of foreign TV shows to just educational material and favoring in-country productions, giving the government more oversight over the material […]
Tags: TV, China, Censorship, Anime, Announcements, Hataraku Saibou, Nishi Nippon


Makes Perfect Sense

can't fault her logic
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Review: Nina Wu

— by RON WILKINSON — The film medium is made for that marvelous merging of dreams and life. The ultimate dream for some, the dream of fame and fortune, awaits those who reach stardom. The trick is to achieve that pinnacle of success and keep one’s sanity, or one’s soul if you will. On another […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Ron Wilkinson, Vivian Sung, Nina Wu, Ke-Xi Wu, Kimi Hsia


Monday, April 5 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 5, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The L Word: Generation Q Location:  939 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles (until April 8th) TV Series: The Morning Show Location:  217 W 1st St., Los Angeles (until April 9th) Movie: Mack and Rita Location:  3110 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles  Filming […] The post Monday, April 5 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Filming Locations, Mack, Daily Filming Locations


V-Carnival a Cavalcade of Cute Virtual YouTuber Girls

V-Carnival, a special event dedicated to virtual YouTubers, has unleashed its online event, allowing participants to observe their favorite 2D anime girl avatars as they sing and dance about on stage, an occurrence that may become more popular as humanity starts to realize the superiority of 2D. The event makes use of augmented reality to […]
Tags: Japan, Events, Augmented Reality, Anime, Cosplay, Carnival, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Enako, Virtual YouTubers, Nijisanji


JK Fuuzoku Gakuensai Stimulates With Sukumizu & Bloomers

JK Fuuzoku Gakuensai’s male hero has dived deep into another woman as the second episode features some moist sukumizu sensations followed by a sweet girl in a gym uniform, concluding on a “rematch” with a girl who had a shorter scene in the first episode. Omake:
Tags: Trains, Anime, Fetish, Bloomers, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Sukumizu, JK Fuuzoku Gakuensai


‘The Right Stuff’ Canceled at Disney+, But the Series May Find a New Home

The Right Stuff was the second original series to debut on Disney+ after The Mandalorian. Unfortunately, the series about the early days of the United States space program and the first team of astronauts known as the Mercury 7 appears to have run its course, because Disney+ has canceled the series after just one season. However, there’s still hope for the series to continue because Warner Bros. Television is shopping the project to other outlets. Loosely based on the 1979 book of the same n...
Tags: Florida, Hbo, Movies, Drama, Navy, California, Disney, United States, Leonardo Dicaprio, Nielsen, TNT, National Geographic, True Story, Tom Wolfe, Chris Long, California Film Commission


Mike’s Book Report: The Art Of The CMA

The Art Of The CMA – Greg Robertson w/Charles Warnock “Win Hearts, Minds, and Loyalty by Mastering Real Estate’s Most Versatile Tool” What is a CMA? For those who think a CMA has to do with songs about lost loves and pick-ups – “A comparative market analysis (CMA) is an estimate of a home’s value based on recently sold, similar properties in the immediate area.” ~Investopedia Artistry in Real Estate? Here are a couple of quotes from the book that frames Greg’s approach to the book: “The art i...
Tags: Facebook, Real Estate, Interviews, Radio, Cma, Zillow, Chris Smith, Mike, Greg, Lone Wolf, Black Belt, W R Studios, Rob Hahn, Greg Robertson, Dan Woolley, Sean Ellis Morgan Brown


Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation’s New Goddess Nanami Reunites With Misaki

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation has added to its roster of bubbly beach beauties as Nanami will surely give gacha addicts a run for their money, the entrancing female being a former classmate with other beach-goer Misaki back in high school. The pretty maiden decided to visit the Venus Islands, allowing her to reunite […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Simulation, Beach, Pc Gaming, Tecmo Koei, PV, Nanami, Dead or Alive, Mizugi, Gacha, Misaki, Venus Islands


‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Makes Zendaya the Voice of Lola Bunny

Marvel’s Spider-Man franchise co-star Zendaya has already found fame in animation as the voice of Meechee in the chilly family film Smallfoot. LeBron James also starred in the Warner Animation Group movie about a family of yeti who are surprised to encounter a mythical human. Now the two will team up in the cartoon world again because Zendaya will be heard as the new voice of Lola Bunny in the upcoming Space Jam: A New Legacy, which debuted its first trailer yesterday. Here’s the official Spa...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sports, Animation, Sequels, Lebron James, Warner Brothers, Zendaya, Winnie, Lee, Phil, Dom, Malcolm D. Lee, Kanga, Jessica Rabbit, Space Jam 2


First Teaser for Samurai Anime Series 'Yasuke' with LaKeith Stanfield

"A true warrior, above all else, prays for peace… But today we fight for the future of Japan!" Netflix has unveiled a teaser trailer for a new anime series titled Yasuke, from artist / creator Lesean Thomas (of "The Boondocks", "Black Dynamite"). Yasuke is a six-episode series set in alternate fantastical Japan during the feudal era. The story is about a samurai warrior who must return to his life of violence in order to protect a mysterious girl. When a local village becomes the center of s...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Trailer, Animation, To Watch, LeSean Thomas, Oda Nobunaga, LAKEITH STANFIELD, Yasuke, Japan Netflix, Boondocks Black Dynamite Yasuke


SuckYou! A Temptation Helps Teach a Failed Succubus Top Sex Skills

The eroge known as SuckYou! A Temptation ~Low Level Succubus’ Struggle to Be Loved~ follows the adventure of a failure succubus who finds herself wandering into the human realm, the perfect opportunity for her to build up both her sex skills and succubus magic. Called ugly and an amateur by her succubus peers, the inadequate […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Simulation, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels


This Week In Trailers: Percy Vs Goliath, American Oz, A.rtificial I.mmortality, Together Together, Moby Doc

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we go up against The Man of all the Mans out there, pull back the curtain on L. Frank Baum, go in search of a different kind of whal...
Tags: Movies, Supreme Court, Chicago, This Week In Trailers, David Bowie, PERCY, Christopher Walken, Pbs, Movie Trailers, Christina Ricci, David Lynch, Clark Johnson, Solid, Morty, Rick, Ed Helms


CBRE Canada Market Outlook 2021

WORKPLACE STRATEGY RESET Remote work is here to stay, but so too is the office. The mass shift to remote working during the pandemic has put a spotlight on a trend that has been growing but is not new: fluidity in work styles. Most employees want to work in a more balanced way and as they return to the office, they will desire flexibility and choice. Employers seeking to come out ahead in the race for talent will need to build trust and offer choice. The physical office will remai...
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Sunday's Best Deals: Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Asus 27" Gaming Monitor, Car Seat Gap Fillers, Workout Bench, Digital Air Fryer, and More

A certified refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro and an Insignia digital air fryer lead Sunday’s best deals.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Amazon, Ipad, Echo, Science, Fitness, Newegg, Films, Macys, Kindle, Memory, Samsung, Adidas, Walmart


New Jersey tried luring Netflix, Disney, and other Hollywood studios after Georgia passed its controversial voting law

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Jose F. Moreno/The Philadelphia Inquirer/AP Images New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy sent a letter to Hollywood studios like Netflix and Disney on Thursday. Murphy wanted to lure studios to the state after backlash to Georgia's new voting law. Some media companies like ViacomCBS and AT&T have issued statements opposing the controversial bill. See more stories on Insider's business page. New Jersey wants to be in business with Hollywood.The state's gove...
Tags: Politics, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Cnn, Netflix, Comcast, New Jersey, Paramount Pictures, Philadelphia Inquirer, Legislature, Murphy


New Release Review [DVD/VOD] - EMPEROR

The story of 19th century slave turned freedom fighter Shields Green. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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'Godzilla vs. Kong' earned $48 million at the US box office over the weekend, the best opening during the pandemic

"Godzilla vs. Kong" Warner Bros. "Godzilla vs. Kong" earned $48.5 million in its five-day opening weekend at the US box office. It's the best opening yet for a movie at the domestic box office during the year-long pandemic. It signals hope for movie theaters, though the industry still has a long road to recovery. See more stories on Insider's business page. "Godzilla vs. Kong" beat the odds over the weekend at the box office.The new monster movie from Warner Bros. earned $48.5 mill...
Tags: Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, New York City, US, Trends, Streaming, Box Office, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Kong, Godzilla Vs Kong, Travis Clark, WarnerMedia, HBO Max, Kong Warner Bros Godzilla


The Mitchells vs. The Machines | Official Trailer

Netflix/Sony Pictures Animation has just released a brand new trailer for The Mitchells vs. The Machines ( previously titled Connected ), the CG animated film that I worked on at Sony Imageworks between 2019/2020. Check it out below ! – Synopsis : Katie Mitchell is accepted into the film school of her dreams. Her whole family drives Katie to school together when their plans are interrupted by a tech uprising. The Mitchells will have to work together to save the world. Directed by Mike Rian...
Tags: Work, Film, Netflix, Animation, Anime, Phil Lord, Cg, Machines, Sony Pictures Animation, Connected, Katie Mitchell, Katie, Mitchells, Christopher Miller, Spiderverse, Sony Imageworks


How 1974-era LA transformed music, movies and pop culture in ‘Rock Me On The Water’

Writer Ronald Brownstein had a pop culture epiphany while driving home from a political gathering at producer Norman Lear‘s house. It struck Brownstein that Lear’s groundbreaking shows like “All in the Family” arrived on TV just as movie classics “The Godfather” and “Chinatown” hit theaters and the Los Angeles music scene of Joni Mitchell and the Eagles flourished on the radio and in record stores. It was all here in one place, at one moment. “I remember thinking on the way home, like, wait a mi...
Tags: Books, Music, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Jack Nicholson, La, Norman Lear, Los Angeles, Sport, Cnn, Things To Do, Atlantic, Soccer, Warren Beatty, Nashville


Stephenson’s Termination Shock

This week saw the announcement of Neal Stephenson’s latest novel, Termination Shock. It’s an Easter miracle! We’re big fans of Stephenson here at Kaedrin and any new books are treated as events. So what’s it about? Neal Stephenson’s sweeping, prescient new novel transports readers to a near-future world where the greenhouse effect has inexorably resulted in a whirling-dervish troposphere of superstorms, rising sea levels, global flooding, merciless heat waves, and virulent, deadly pandemics.O...
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Japanese Apex Legends Players Banned for Saying “Nigero”

EA, the publisher of Apex Legends, has tried to take their awful reputation to new heights as they have decided to temporarily ban some Japanese players for saying “nigero”, despite it being an actual Japanese word and not the racial slur (“nigger”) the publisher wishes it was. Screenshots were shared online of players being handed […]
Tags: Games, Politics, EA, FPS, Racism, Anime, Bans, Respawn Entertainment, Battle Royale, Apex Legends


Tenkuu Shinpan Ends With a Battle Against the Greatest Foe

Tenkuu Shinpan‘s final episode has thrown its characters into battles with their strongest enemies yet, proving quite deadly and unrelenting whilst showing that one certain female has gone through a vast amount of change in such a short period. Omake:
Tags: Guns, Drama, Netflix, Anime, Blood, Yuri, Endings, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Zero-g, Tenkuu Shinpan


The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Nailed It!' to 'The Irregulars'

"The Irregulars" Netflix Every week, the streaming search engine Reelgood compiles for Insider a list of the TV shows that have been most prominent on Netflix's daily top 10 lists. Netflix's new crime drama "Who Killed Sara?" topped this week's list and its new Sherlock Holmes-inspired horror series, "The Irregulars," was also popular. Netflix counts a view if an account watches a movie or TV show for at least two minutes. Netflix's daily lists are based on the...
Tags: TV, London, Media, Entertainment, Trends, Georgia, Features, Austin, Netflix, Paris, Streaming, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Vox, Sam, Sara



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