Ani-Gamers Podcast #151 – Reading Indie Manga with Glaeolia 2

Wah, anime blogger from Analog Housou, joins Evan for an extended episode revisiting the classic high school girl sitcom manga and anime Azumanga Daioh , which is now over 20 years old! Plus: Abunai Deka , Kamichu , Fragments of Horror , What a Wonderful World , Here Is Greenwood , and more in the Queue. Topics include: being mean is funny, pervert teachers, and the indelible charm of one Takino Tomo. Thank you to Patrick Sutton for editing this episode. Runtime:  1 hour, 44 minutes...
Tags: What a wonderful world, Anime, Greenwood, Evan, Azumanga Daioh, Evan Minto, Scott Gratton, Kiyohiko Azuma, Kaiji, Wah, Patrick Sutton, Otaku USA Magazine Evan, Anime News Network Evan, Abunai Deka, Fragments of Horror, Here Is Greenwood

The rest of Warren Bernard on Cartoonist Kayfabe

Richard Corben's UNDERGROUND Comix - Slow Death, Fantagor, Anomaly, Rowlf, Death Rattle, and more! Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg and Warren Bernard • Apr 17, 2021 Cartoonist Kayfabe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewv2o5-ceiw The Heavy-Handed Green Lantern/Green Arrow Comics From Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams! Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg and Warren Bernard • Apr 16, 2021 C...
Tags: Comics, Jim, Mike Rhode, Krazy Kat, Denny O Neil, Warren Bernard, Richard Corben, Kayfabe, Ed Piskor Jim Rugg, Neal Adams Ed Piskor Jim Rugg, George Herriman Ed Piskor Jim Rugg

Despite Being Done, James Gunn Won’t Release The Suicide Squad Early

James Gunn has a great reason for not releasing The Suicide Squad early Yesterday, The Suicide Squad James Gunn revealed that the upcoming superhero flick has already been finished. “We completely finished the movie this week, VFX and all. Can’t wait for you all to see it,” Gunn explained on Twitter. “It is unusual [to have it done this early] but I always planned to have it done by now. What’s more unusual is that we didn’t do a single shot of pickups or any post-production shooting. Outside...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, Dc, Peter Capaldi, James Gunn, Staten Island, Gunn, Amanda Waller, Joel Kinnaman, Chris Nolan, ComingSoon, Movie News, DC Extended Universe

Comics at the Lily that weren't tagged as comics

I started tracking my menstrual cycle — and it has given me a renewed sense of control As I'm getting older, I've noticed my cycle is affecting me more than it used to (Maritsa Patrinos) Maritsa Patrinos Apr. 18, 2021 https://www.thelily.com/i-started-tracking-my-menstrual-cycle-and-it-has-given-me-a-renewed-sense-of-control/ ---------------- Teaching in the pandemic is tough. B...
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Caitlin Cass, Maritsa Patrinos Maritsa Patrinos

Ted Rall and Pablo Callejo at noon CDT TODAY

Join Rain Taxi for a special midday event with Ted Rall from Brooklyn and Pablo Callejo from Spain as they discuss their new graphic novel The Stringer — the story of a world in which journalism is dying and a star reporter goes from reporting the news to manufacturing it. Rall is the acclaimed (and sometimes controversial) creator of biographies of Bernie Sanders, Edward Snowden, and Donald Trump, among a slew of other books; Callejo is one of Europe's finest and the artist beh...
Tags: Europe, Comics, Spain, Brooklyn, Donald Trump, Stringer, Ted Rall, Mike Rhode, Rall, Pablo Callejo, Bernie Sanders Edward Snowden, Callejo

April 29: Meet Trots and Bonnie

Meet Trots and Bonnie On Thursday, April 29 at 7:30 pm EDT, Shary Flenniken will be talking about her legendary cartoon strip, Trots and Bonnie, which ran in National Lampoon from the 1970s until the early 1990s. Flenniken will speaking with New Yorker cartoonist Emily Flake and will present new illustrated adventures from America's funniest teenagers. ...
Tags: Comics, America, Bonnie, National Lampoon, Mike Rhode, Emily Flake, Shary Flenniken, Flenniken

Goodwyn Cartoons Newsletter 4/13/21

EDITORIAL CARTOONS April 13, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Goodwyn Cartoons Newsletter

What to do with the Morton Crania Collection?

What Should Museums Do With the Bones of the Enslaved? As one museum has pledged to return skulls held in an infamous collection, others, including the Smithsonian, are reckoning with their own holdings of African-American remains. By Jennifer Schuessler April 20, 2021 https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/20/arts/design/museums-bones-smithsonian.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Smithsonian, Mike Rhode, Jennifer Schuessler, Morton Crania Collection

Epic Illustrated #4 - Jim Starlin art

Epic Illustrated #4 Epic Illustrated v1 #4, 1980 - On a decimated world, Vance and Aknaton locate the artificial man tasked with guarding the ultimate weapon. The various tints and tones of Jim Starlin's paintings have an almost somber quality to them. The artist's black framing on the panels certainly contributes to this. Aesthetically, the artwork nicely stands out in an issue with several [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Vance, Ted Ignacio, Jim Starlin, Epic Illustrated, Aknaton

Coo Coo Comics #41 - Frank Frazetta art

Coo Coo Comics #41 Coo Coo Comics v1 #41, 1948 - Known for his science fiction work, Frank Frazetta nonetheless approaches the funny animal genre with equal effort. His illustrations for three text stories are small (quarter page) but effective in proportion to the story. All vary widely in quality despite the similar format. On the other hand, Frazetta's Dodger the Squirrel tale allows him [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Humor, 1940s, 13, Unknown, Frank Frazetta, Frazetta, Coo Coo Comics, Misc Pub

Haunted #24 - Steve Ditko art

Haunted #24 (Baron Weirwulf's) Haunted (Library) v1 #24, 1975 - Set in colonial Pennsylvania, a girl accuses others of being witches. Hurriedly drawn, Steve Ditko's tale of a witch hunt is one of his lesser efforts. Faces and figures lacks the craftsmanship of other works of the same time period. His last panel, intended to be a horrific climax, instead looks quite silly. Other artists in [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Horror, Pennsylvania, Unknown, 1970s, Charlton, Steve Ditko, Ditko, Baron Weirwulf

Masterful Mia Bunny Girl Ero-Figure Works the Pole

Artist Masami Chie had one of their illustrations converted into a figurine as the supple Mia can be seen caressing a pole whilst wearing a revealing bunny girl outfit, the stimulating item sure to be the perfect addition for any collection when she has the pleasure of arriving this October. Mia can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Artists, Anime, Mia, Binding, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-figures, Bunny Girl, Cast-off, Usamimi, Original Figures, Masami Chie

Ani-Gamers Podcast #157 – Have the Kids Heard of Azumanga Daioh?! with Wah

Wah, anime blogger from Analog Housou, joins Evan for an extended episode revisiting the classic high school girl sitcom manga and anime Azumanga Daioh , which is now over 20 years old! Plus: Abunai Deka , Kamichu , Fragments of Horror , What a Wonderful World , Here Is Greenwood , and more in the Queue. Topics include: being mean is funny, pervert teachers, and the indelible charm of one Takino Tomo. Thank you to Patrick Sutton for editing this episode. Runtime:  1 hour, 44 minutes...
Tags: What a wonderful world, Anime, Greenwood, Evan, Azumanga Daioh, Evan Minto, Scott Gratton, Kiyohiko Azuma, Kaiji, Wah, Patrick Sutton, Otaku USA Magazine Evan, Anime News Network Evan, Abunai Deka, Fragments of Horror, Here Is Greenwood

Hair We Go Again

no long hair is safe in my comic (except Marigold's)
Tags: Comics

‘The Crime of the Century’ Trailer: Alex Gibney Examines the Opioid Crisis

The ever-prolific Alex Gibney is back with yet another documentary. The Crime of the Century is a two-part HBO doc that “exposes the billions of dollars gained and thousands of lives lost due to the opioid crisis.” The documentary features never-before-seen company videos from Purdue Pharma and Insys Therapeutics; exclusive interviews with former pharma sales reps who discuss in detail the unethical and illegal practices of bribing doctors and encouraging them to prescribe high doses of opioids...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Documentary, Washington Post, America, United States, DEA, Movie Trailers, Alex Gibney, Big Pharma, Insys Therapeutics, Gibney, Purdue Pharma, The Crime of the Century, Joe Rannazzisi

Wednesday, April 21 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 21, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Lincoln Lawyer Location: 613 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 330 S Main St., Los Angeles (until April 24th) Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago Fire Location: 2120 S Racine Ave., Chicago (until April […] The post Wednesday, April 21 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Chicago, Lincoln, Illinois, Daily Filming Locations, Grand Ave Los Angeles

Mads Mikkelsen Talks About His “Humiliating” ‘Fantastic Four’ Audition

Back in 2017, Mads Mikkelsen revealed he walked out of an audition for the 2005 Fantastic Four film. Now, in a more recent interview, Mikkelsen shared more details about the audition, which involved the actor being asked to pretend he had “80-foot arms.” All in all, Mikkelsen calls the audition “kind of humiliating,” but hey, it still makes for a pretty funny story. In a great, career-spanning interview with , Mads Mikkelsen reminisces about his disastrous audition for the 2005 Fantastic F...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Indiana Jones, Mikkelsen, Mads Mikkelsen, Comic Book/Superhero, Fantastic-Four, Ioan Gruffudd, The Rubber Man, Reed Richards Mr Fantastic, Bleurgh

Slayers Heroine Lina Inverse Set to Become Virtual YouTuber

Fiery pettanko redhead Lina Inverse of long-standing franchise Slayers is now also succumbing to the virtual YouTuber trend as she will be performing in a special 3D live and will apparently also distribute videos as a virtual YouTuber. Lina will be participating in a concert on May 7th and May 8th, with the May 7th […]
Tags: Music, Events, Anniversaries, Augmented Reality, Anime, Announcements, Lina, Slayers, Lina Inverse, Virtual YouTubers

‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Might Not Premiere Until 2022, According to Finn Wolfhard

Stranger Things season 3 premiered in July of 2019, which, thanks to the pandemic completely wrecking the space-time continuum in 2020, somehow feels like it was approximately 9,000 years ago. As we try to get back to some semblance of normality, you may eventually find yourself slowly falling back into your old pre-pandemic routines and wondering, “Hey, when does Stranger Things season 4 come out?” But don’t get your hopes up for trip back to Hawkins this summer, because Stranger Things actor ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Russia, Sci-fi, Netflix, Kong, Hawkins, Stranger Things, Mystery/Suspense, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things 4, GamesRadar Wolfhard

The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021

What’s new on Amazon Prime Video next month? Lots of great stuff! For one thing, Saint Maud, a movie that barely got a release here in the states, will finally be available to stream. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Below, check out the best TV shows and movies coming to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021. Saint Maud Saint Maud‘s release here in the United States was…awkward. The film got delayed multiple times due to the coronavirus before A24 ended up dumping it on Epix, a streaming...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Georgia, United States, Connecticut, Aliens, Christian Bale, Sigourney Weaver, James Cameron, Bruce Willis, Gene Hackman, Amazon Prime Video, Ripley, Epix, McConaughey

How to navigate multiple offers: It comes down to money

From thoroughly vetting buyer finances to learning all about 'option money,' speakers at Connect Now shared how agents can help their sellers accept the best offer.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Compass, Keller Williams Realty, Select, Fair Housing, Earnest Money, Maura Neill, Inman Events, Bidding Wars, Multiple Offers, Connect Now, Craig Wilburn, Buyer Love Letters, Koki Adasi, RE/MAX Around Atlanta

Zelda Breath of the Wild Animation Has Sex With Impa of Hyrule Warriors

The Legend of Zelda franchise has been fortified in the fan animation department as one animator has focused on an erotic creation involving Link and Impa (specifically her Hyrule Warriors form), subjecting the girl to a sexual encounter as certain individuals watch from the outside. The perverse production will probably be appreciated by those who […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Artists, Anime, Zelda, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Hyrule Warriors, Zelda Breath, IMPA, Impa of Hyrule Warriors

Batman's in Fortnite Now, and He's Just as Lost as You Are

Fortnite’s invasion of comics has no doubt left some people unaware of the smash global phenom of a video game/metaculture black hole confused about just what the appeal of a thing that has seemingly taken over the planet really is. Well, Batman’s among those people now, for very different reasons—but putting the…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Harley Quinn, Gotham City, Batman, Marvel Comics, Jason Momoa, American Culture, Robin, Catwoman, Bruce, Sarah Connor, Selina Kyle, Jason Todd, Reilly Brown, Dick Grayson

Such News! Dakota Johnson to Star in Netflix’s Modern Adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’

Dakota Johnson better brush up on some Austen, as she’s about to play one of the author’s iconic heroines. Johnson is set to star in Netflix’s modern retelling of Jane Austen‘s Persuasion, which tells the story of an “older” heroine who rekindles a romance with a former beau. Variety reports that Dakota Johnson is set to star in Netflix’s “modern, witty approach” to Jane Austen’s 1817 novel Persuasion, the author’s final novel published six months after her death. The original novel tells th...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Broadway, Adaptation, Jane Austen, Carrie Cracknell, Sally Hawkins, Johnson, Persuasion, Dakota Johnson, Anne, Emma, Austen

Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ VFX Team Based Its Zombie Tiger on Carole Baskin’s Tiger

Zombie tiger! That was the major takeaway from the latest Army of the Dead trailer, showcasing Zack Snyder’s upcoming horror movie on Netflix. Fans immediately seized onto the undead tiger, which was a nice left-field surprise element for the zombie genre. But another surprise element is how the tiger was created by the VFX team, and the unexpected connection it has to another Netflix title: Tiger King. Netflix loves throwing in some corporate synergy between its original titles, but this la...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Netflix, ` Army, Las Vegas, Kate, Ward, Snyder, Collider, Zack Snyder, Action/Adventure, Baskin, Deborah Snyder, Army-of-the-Dead, Carole Baskin, Nora Arnezeder

April 20 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

April 20 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s April 20 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 The Mortuary Collection A young girl takes refuge in an old mortuary where the eccentric undertaker chronicles a series of twisted tales, each more terrifying than the last. Criterion Corner Memories of...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, New York City, Digital, Earth, Canada, Broadway, TV News, DEA, Blu-ray, Dvd, Ross, Dave Chappelle, Alex Ross, Alexandra

Producer Scott Rudin is “Stepping Back” From His Film and Streaming Work in the Wake of Abuse Claims

Mega-producer Scott Rudin is seemingly about to do something few Hollywood bigwigs have ever had to do: suffer consequences for his actions. The Oscar-winning producer, whose credits include films like No Country For Old Men, There Will Be Blood, The Social Network, Uncut Gems, and many more, has announced that he is “stepping back” from his upcoming film and streaming projects after The Hollywood Reporter published a piece detailing his violent, abusive behavior toward multiple co-workers. F...
Tags: Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Time, Jeff Daniels, Harvey Weinstein, Broadway, Hugh Jackman, Scott-Rudin, Kevin, Hollywood Reporter, West Side Story, Rudin, Joel Coen, Business and Industry News, Lila Neugebauer

Lost & Found : Shaun Tan Illustrated Short Stories Book Review

Lost & Found (2011) is a collection of three illustrated short stories ( The Lost Thing | The Rabbits | The Red Tree ) by renowned Australian artist Shaun Tan. The Lost Thing was adapted into an animation short and won the 2010 Academy Award for animated short films. I’ve been a fan of Shaun Tan’s beautiful illustrations ever since seeing his works up-close in person at the Welcome To Nowhere art exhibition held in Tokyo in 2019, and have been slowly acquiring his published works; here are s...
Tags: Book Reviews, Illustration, Animation, Tokyo, Anime, Children's Books, Shaun Tan, Picture Book, Art Book Review, Amazon De, Lost & Found, Amazon JP, Cicada - Shaun Tan Illustrated Book Review, The Lost Thing, The Rabbits, The Red Tree

‘Wings of Fire’ Animated Series Coming to Netflix With Executive Producer Ava DuVernay

The Wings of Fire book series from author Tui T. Sutherland is becoming an animated Netflix show executive produced by Ava DuVernay. The story is set in a world where different dragon tribes are at war, and five young dragons “rise to end the bloodshed and bring peace back to the land.” Dan Milano (Glitch Techs), Christa Starr (Mystery Science Theater 3000), and Justin Ridge (Star Wars Resistance) serve as executive producers and showrunners, with Milano and Starr adapting the book series for t...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fantasy, Netflix, Animation, Adaptation, Ava Duvernay, Starr, Ava, Sutherland, Clay, Gary, Milano, Warner Bros Animation, Dan Milano, Paul Garnes

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