Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #328 - Carl Barks cover & reprint

Carl BarksWalt Disney's Comics and Stories v1 #328, 1968 - This issue leads with a Carl Barks Christmas-themed tale, first published in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #148. Barks also contributes a rather mediocre new cover. Other artists in this issue include Paul Murry. This is number 272 of 280 Walt Disney's Comics and Stories issues with Barks art and/or covers (not including reprints). - - [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Stephen Amell’s Starz Wrestling Drama Heels Gets Trailer & Premiere Date

Starz released the official Heels teaser trailer, which reveals when the show will premiere. Coming later this summer, the show will premiere on August 15, 2021. Starring Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig as two brothers involved in the independent wrestling world. Amell is no stranger to the world of professional wrestling as he competed in a WWE SummerSlam match and during the All In pay-per-view put on by Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks. RELATED: Starz Developing The Case of Cyntoia Brown L...
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Top 10 Winter 2020 Anime Volume One Sales Ride Hard

The sales numbers for the volume one releases of all the winter 2020 anime have surfaced, sure to prove informative regarding what is most popular currently amongst anime watchers and bound to be utilized by companies for determining the next shows they’ll adapt. The top ten shows and their respective sales: 1. SK8 The Infinity […]
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Sakusei Byoutou’s Nurses Must Begrudgingly Pleasure a Patient

Those with a distinct fascination for women who wear a disgusted look whilst forced to do something sexual will be entertained by Sakusei Byoutou as the ero-anime involves a male protagonist who must ejaculate frequently or be overwhelmed by agony, his fractured hands implying the nurses must perform the satisfying deeds. The first episode focuses […]
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Russia Bans Five Isekai Anime, Deems They Promote “Reincarnation Beliefs”

In another move that will prove baffling to normal individuals, it is said Russia’s government has now banned more anime, albeit specifically ones that are of the isekai genre (being brought to an alternate world) because they are believed to promote “reincarnation beliefs”. Popular isekai shows have been banned from specific Russian websites after the […]
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IMAX Update: Chinese Films Debut, Demon Slayer Hits Milestone

A pair of new Chinese films dominated IMAX theaters this weekend. RELATED: IMAX Update: Mortal Kombat, Demon Slayer & Rurouni Kenshin Impress IMAX is reporting that Cliff Walkers and Home Sweet Home brought in $3.3 million in IMAX box office this weekend out of $5.1 million globally. Impressively, director Yimou Zhang’s thriller Cliff Walkers won the weekend with $2.3 million while the mystery drama Home Sweet Home brought in a million dollars of its own. In North America, Demon Slayer continue...
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Taika Waititi Is Blackbeard in HBO Max's Pirate Comedy Our Flag Means Death

Taika Waititi is jumping in front of the camera for a new role in the HBO Max Pirate comedy, Our Flag Means Death. Written by David Jenkins (People of Earth), Garrett Basch (What We Do in the Shadows), and Dan Halstead, Waititi will start alongside Rhys Darby and act as executive producer.Read more...
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Monday, May 3 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 3, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Star Trek: Picard Location: 900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles TV Series: The L Word: Generation Q Location: 415 E 15th St., Los Angeles TV Series: Lincoln Lawyer Location: 111 N Hope St., Los Angeles TV Series: Rebel Location: Oakwood […] The post Monday, May 3 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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A May Deal: PowerSite License Single Property Website Savings

As summer approaches, we have lots of special offers to help kickstart your marketing and save you money.  Here are the details: Deal 1 – buy one single property Website license, and get one free! That’s a $50 saving! Deal 2 – buy five single property Website licenses, and get two free! That’s a $125 saving! Deal 3 – buy ten single property Website licenses, and get five free! That’s a $350 saving! Deal 4 – buy twenty-five single property Website licenses, and get ten free! That’s a $875 sav...
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Taika Waititi is Blackbeard in HBO Max Pirate Comedy Our Flag Means Death

Taika Waititi is jumping in front of the camera for a new role in the HBO Max Pirate comedy, Our Flag Means Death. Written by David Jenkins (People of Earth), Garrett Basch (What We Do in the Shadows), and Dan Halstead, Waititi will start alongside Rhys Darby and act as executive producer.Read more...
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‘Mortal Kombat’ Featurette Looks at the Creation of the Fantastical, Bloody Fight Scenes

Mortal Kombat is out in theaters and on HBO Max, and if you’re wondering how director Simon McQuoid brought the video game action to life, a new featurette digs into the creation of the fight scenes. They didn’t even need to use a player’s guide to pull off the killer combos. Mortal Kombat Featurette Even though Mortal Kombat takes some liberties with the mythology of the video games, the fight sequences are still rather impressive. Not only do they incorporate the fantastical elements o...
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Sin City 30th Anniversay Edition Headed to Bookstores This Fall

Frank Miller’s black and white crime-noir graphic novel Sin City is turning 30. To honor this milestone, a new edition of the comics is releasing in the fall of 2021.Read more...
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Vocaloid Kagamine Rin More Capable With Her Chest Than Expected

Vocaloid blonde Kagamine Rin serves as the main focus of this new erotic MMD animation as the girl’s petite bosom is used to stimulate a faceless male’s genitals, her mouth also being utilized and bound to instill amusement by the effectiveness of her chest (though, pettanko enthusiasts will probably not be surprised). The rather simple […]
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‘Rick and Morty’ Season 5 Trailer: The Whole Family Gets in on the Wild Sci-Fi Action

Rick and Morty is returning for a fifth season on Adult Swim this summer, and a new trailer shows off all the sci-fi adventures that we’ll be going on this time. Though the series has long focused on the titular grandfather and grandson, it looks like there will be a good amount of storylines this season that take the whole family through the galaxy. See for yourself in the new Rick and Morty season 5 trailer below. Rick and Morty Season 5 Trailer In the first trailer released not too lo...
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'A Crime on the Bayou' Doc Official Trailer About a 1960s Legal Battle

"Suddenly the forces of Civil Rights had allies." Shout Factory has unveiled the official US trailer for an acclaimed documentary film titled A Crime on the Bayou, which first premiered at last year's DOC NYC and New Orleans Film Festivals. Directed by doc filmmaker Nancy Buirski, A Crime on the Bayou is the third film in director's trilogy (after the films The ​Loving Story & The Rape of Recy Taylor​) profiling brave individuals who fought for justice in and around the Civil Rights era. A B...
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TV Bits: ‘Perry Mason’ Changes Showrunners, ‘Dawson Creek’ Gets Its Theme Song Back, ‘Infinity Train’ Spin-Off Movie, And More

  In this edition of TV Bits: Perry Mason changes showrunners for season 2 Dawson’s Creek gets its theme song restored on Netflix Amazon sets the cast for its TV series adaptation of  Brian K. Vaughan’s Paper Girls Josh Hartnett to star in Sky original thriller series The Fear Index Infinity Train creator planned spin-off film ahead of series cancelation ABC passes on Alec Baldwin/Kelsey Grammer comedy HBO has tapped writers and producers Jack Amiel and Michael Begler as the new Perry Mas...
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Explosively Moe Genshin Impact Klee Figure Available in the West

Genshin Impact‘s tiny yet mighty Klee may explode in popularity on Western shores as her special figurine is now available for pre-order there, yet another way the Chinese title will accumulate money and further its influence in the West. The sweet Klee is set to arrive in the West this December: Klee can be pre-ordered […]
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Watch: Lovely Video Essay Highlighting 'The Cinema of Chloé Zhao'

"Zhao isn't interested in making issue films, she's interested in hopes and dreams." Well said. Just a week ago, filmmaker Chloé Zhao became only the second woman in Academy Award history to win the Oscar for Best Director. She also won another Oscar that night for Best Picture, and Frances McDormand won for Best Actress, in Nomadland. Nomadland is only her third feature film, following Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015) and The Rider (2017), but she's already being studied in-depth by cinep...
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New to Amazon Prime Video - FREE STATE

Two young South Africans from differing cultural backgrounds embark on a taboo relationship . Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The CW Sets Summer Dates for Stargirl, Supergirl, Riverdale & More

The CW’s summer is set to be filled with superheroes, aliens, and even more Riverdale, as the company has set its schedule and officially given fans a timetable for when some of its biggest shows will be returning.   Some of the biggest news from the recent announcement is information on both Riverdale and Supergirl. While Riverdale usually opens up in the fall and proceeds through the new year, the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted releases for a variety of programs. Now, Riverdale will be return...
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Batman #356 - Don Newton art

Batman #356 Batman v1 #356, 1983 - Kidnapped and taken to a duplicate Wayne Manor, Bruce Wayne must fight for the right for continuing as Batman. The scenario is competently drawn by Don Newton, whose varied layouts add to a sense of unexpectedness. A battle between two "Batmans" ensues on page 17, culminating in a terrific splash page on page 19. Dick Giordano's inks are assertive at times, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Link Dump

Just the usual spin through interesting links from the depths of ye olde internets: How I Beat Boris Becker – Andre Agassi talks about how he spotted Boris Becker’s tell. It’s got a nice Detachment 2702 twist to it as well…Carbon monoxide theory – Your house isn’t haunted, it’s just carbon monoxide poisoning: Many haunted houses have been investigated and found to contain high levels of carbon monoxide or other poisons, which can cause hallucinations. The carbon monoxide theory explains wh...
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Chainsaw Man’s Second Character Popularity Poll Yields Surprising Results

Shonen Jump’s second official character popularity poll for Chainsaw Man has taken a surprising turn and resulted in Aki Hayakawa taking first place over the ever-popular Makima, as well as pushing the protagonist of the series, Denji, into fourth place. The results of the poll with a total of 620,000 votes cast: 1. Aki Hayakawa […]
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New to Amazon Prime Video - ALLIED

An RAF officer learns his wife may be a Nazi spy. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The Doubtful Guest: Kumail Nanjiani & Emily Gordon Writing Adaptation

Photo by MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, the married couple whose real-life story inspired their hit film The Big Sick, are teaming up to adapt the screenplay for The Doubtful Guest. MORE: New Dexter Revival Teaser Unveils First Look at Michael C. Hall’s Return According to a report from Variety, the film, which is based on the illustrated book by the late Edward Gorey, is being developed by the newly formed Double Dream production company. Siblings Andy...
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Night Court Sequel Series Lands Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette

Photo by Vincent Sandoval/Getty Images The new era of Night Court is officially taking shape, as Deadline is reporting that both Melissa Rauch and the original series’ co-star John Larroquette will be joining the upcoming series. MORE: Donald Glover: Atlanta Season 3 is ‘Probably Out’ Early 2022 The new Night Court, which is a reboot of the 1984 legal comedy series, will see Larroquette reprise his role as night court prosecutor Dan Fielding. As for Rauch, she’ll play unapologetic optimist ju...
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Leigh-Anne Pinnock of Little Mix: ‘Being Black is my power. I want young Black girls to see that’

In her early days with the girl band, Pinnock felt invisible and couldn’t understand why. Then the role of race became clearLeigh-Anne Pinnock has been living the pop star dream ever since she was 19 and stepped on to a stage to audition for The X Factor, singing Rihanna’s Only Girl (In the World). She has now spent almost a decade in one of the UK’s biggest girl groups. But she had a difficult start with Little Mix, and not because she didn’t get on with her bandmates. She felt “invisible”, and...
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Tempting Goddess Loves Being Tied up & Photographing Her Bathroom Visits

Antics of a perverse variety have ensued through these photos courtesy of another nameless goddess, the woman seemingly enjoying photographing herself in various outfits as well as in a state of bound peril, additionally teasing her followers with images of herself on the toilet. More goddesses.
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The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Shadow and Bone' to 'Life in Color'

Ben Barnes and Jessie Mei Li as Alina and Alexander Kirigan in "Shadow and Bone" on Netflix. 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 fantasy epic "Shadow and Bone," based on the book series by author Leigh Bardugo, was its most popular series this week. Netflix counts a view if an account watches a movie or TV show for at least two m...
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