Incredible Hulk v2 #316 - John Byrne art & cover

John Byrne Incredible Hulk v2 #316, 1986 - With the Hulk on the rampage in New Mexico, the West Coast Avengers intervene to try and halt the carnage. Seamlessly fitting in multiple heroes within several scenes, John Byrne shows off his mastery of "team" books. The largest panels are relegated to action scenes, logically enough. Byrne's level of craft on the series is generally very high. This [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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/Filmcast Ep. 617 – The Mitchells vs. the Machines (GUEST: Dan Gvozden from The Amazing Spider-Talk)

David, Devindra, Jeff are joined by Dan Gvozden, host of the podcast The Amazing Spider-Talk, to chat about the new Marvel trailer and more. David drops a major spoiler bomb to Jeff on the British television show Line of Duty. For the feature review, the cast watches the animated Netflix film The Mitchells vs. the Machines, produced by Sony Pictures Animation. Follow Dan Gvozden on Twitter here. Listen to the Amazing Spider-Talk Podcast here. The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! S...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Youtube, David, Netflix, Sony Pictures Animation, Line of Duty, Mike, Jeff, Engadget, Mitchells, Scott Pilgrim, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger

May 6: Jim Lee, Gene Yang and other cartoonists online at Library of Congress

Celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month with Jim Lee and Asian American Superheroes on May 6  by Deziree Arnaiz Library of Congress' From the Catbird Seat blog May 5, 2021 https://blogs.loc.gov/catbird/2021/05/celebrating-asian-pacific-american-heritage-month-with-jim-lee-and-asian-american-superheroes-on-may-6/ During the video premiere on Facebook, panelists Bernard Chang, Sarah Kuhn, Minh Lê and Gene Luen Yang will be available in the chat to greet ...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Library Of Congress, Jim Lee, Gene Luen Yang, Mike Rhode, Pacific American Heritage Month, Jim Lee Gene Yang, Bernard Chang Sarah Kuhn Minh Lê

Shadow of the Batman #5 - Marshall Rogers cover & reprints

Marshall Rogers Shadow of the Batman v1 #5, 1985 - Re-presenting the first appearance of  Clayface III from Detective Comics #478 and #479, this final issue also sports a new Marshall Rogers cover. While competent, the interior reprints are more representative of Rogers' talents. The artist's work from House Of Mystery #254 is included as well. This copper age superhero comic was published by [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Superhero, Rogers, Unknown, 1980s, Marshall Rogers, Marshall Rogers Shadow

Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Minidora Plunged Into Darkness

Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon‘s short series Minidora has chose to focus on the forgettable male dragon and his friend for the fifth episode, which has them tasting sweets in the dark. The fourth episode involved Kanna and her beloved friend Saikawa:
Tags: Food, Comedy, Dancing, Anime, Dragons, Yuri, Kobayashi, Kanna, Image Gallery, Maids, Kemonomimi, Kyoto Animation, Saikawa, Maid Dragon

‘Cruella’ Featurette: Hey, at Least Emma Stone Looks Like She’s Having Fun Here

Here’s yet another look at Cruella that makes the movie look…questionable, at best. Emma Stone plays the 101 Dalmations villain in her youth, before she decided to start murdering puppies for fashion. This new Cruella featurette has star Stone talking about how fun it is to play such a wicked character, and I have no doubt that she’s correct. Still, how do you make a sympathetic origin story for someone who kills puppies? Beats me! Ask Mr. Walt Disney, and watch the featurette below. Cruell...
Tags: London, Movies, Disney, Emma-Stone, Emma Thompson, Walt Disney, Video Clips, Cruella de Vil, Stone, Estella, Cruella, Disney/Pixar, Behind the Scenes Footage, Jenny Beavan Mad Max, Baroness von Hellman, Cruella Cruella

‘Awake’ Trailer: A Post-Apocalyptic Movie Where No One Can Fall Asleep

In A Quiet Place, people need to remain silent. In Birdbox, people need to keep their eyes shut. Now here comes Awake, where everyone somehow loses the ability to sleep. This latest post-apocalyptic thriller looks like a mishmash of Children of Men and The Last of Us video game series, with a little Bird Box and A Quiet Place thrown in for good measure. After a mysterious event knocks out all electronics and somehow robs people of their ability to sleep, chaos reigns. But there might be hope in...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Gina Rodriguez, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jill, Rodriguez, Awake, Barry Pepper, Mark Raso, Birdbox, Leigh Hell Leigh

Thursday, May 6 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 6, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Black Monday Location: 657 S Flower St., Los Angeles (until May 11th) Movie: Being the Ricardos Location: 743 S Lucerne Blvd., Los Angeles (until May 12th, excluding weekends) Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago Fire Location: 1360 S. Blue Island Ave, […] The post Thursday, May 6 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Chicago, Illinois, Daily Filming Locations, Lucerne Blvd Los Angeles

Superhero Bits: ‘Invincible’ Season 2 Villain Confirmed, ‘Blade’ Reboot Won’t Shoot Until Summer 2022 & More

Want to get the Batman suit in Fortnite from the video game crossover comic? Who has added fuel to the rumors of a Marvel fighting video game? Who will the villain be on the second season of Invincible? Which cast members of The Flash are leaving at the end of the seventh season? When is the Blade reboot going to begin production? Who wants to play Hal Jordan, aka Green Lantern, in the DCEU? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Take a peek at what’s coming up in upcoming ep...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Brazil, Batman, X-men, Supergirl, Loki, Barry Allen, Robert Kirkman, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Superhero Bits, Captain-America, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Tom Cavanagh, Carlos Valdes

Attempted Clarification

A lot of y'all asked for it, so here is a t-shirt of Marigold's line from yesterday's comic, available for preorder now on my Topatoco store!
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Fate’s Miyamoto Musashi Sexually Conquered by Demons

Miyamoto Musashi of the ever expansive Fate franchise has come to learn what being conquered feels like for a change of pace as the physically unmatched woman is violated by foul demons, such perversion being something she should get used to considering the infinitely insatiable lust of artists. Although rather basic, the sexiness of Musashi […]
Tags: Games, Rape, Artists, Anime, Bdsm, Fetish, Musashi, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Fate/Stay Night, Miyamoto Musashi

Ken Jeong to Star in Amazon Prime Video’s Shoot the Moon

Ken Jeong is currently set to star in a half-hour dramedy series in the works at Amazon, according to a new report from Deadline. MORE: HBO Releases First House of the Dragon Photos The series titled Shoot the Moon will follow Michael (Jeong), a son of Korean immigrants. While Michael feels like he’s achieved the American dream initially, it all shatters after both his career and marriage fall apart. This causes him to go on a quest to reassess his life and priorities. Shoot the Moon is produce...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Moon, TV News, Streaming, Kim, Michael, Amazon Prime Video, Daniel Dae Kim, Ken Jeong, ComingSoon, John Cheng, Daniel Day Kim, Paul Bae

‘Plan B’ Trailer: It’s Like ‘Never Have I Ever’ Meets ‘Unpregnant’

You might know Natalie Morales for her work as an actress on shows like Parks and Recreation, The Little Things, Happily, Stuber, or Bojack Horseman. But after directing several short films and multiple episodes of television, she’s making her feature debut in 2021. Her first film is a pandemic-era drama called Language Lessons, but it seems she quickly leapt to the next level with her second feature, Plan B. This one is a road trip comedy about a straight-laced high school student who attends ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, America, Netflix, Natalie Morales, Plan B, Movie Trailers, Hulu, Parks, Josh Ruben, Morales, Kumail Nanjiani, Joshua Levy, Kuhoo Verma, Victoria Moroles

League of Legends Netflix Series Arcane Looking Pretty Magical

The League of Legends animated series launching on Netflix called Arcane has made fans of the game aware of its existence once more, teasing yet another slew of brief action scenes and sure to be hotly anticipated by those obsessed with the online game. A new extremely short PV that has various familiar characters: The […]
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Glenn Close Wants to Play Cruella de Vil Again, Teases Plot

Glenn Close has amassed one of the most legendary careers in all of Hollywood, but perhaps one of her most well-known roles was as Cruella de Vil in Disney’s 1996, live-action 101 Dalmations film. While a film focusing on the younger version of the character is in the works, which she is an executive producer on, Close says she may not be done portraying the iconic character.   RELATED: Becoming Cruella Featurette Shows Emma Stone’s Transformation Speaking with Variety, Close discussed the cha...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, Disney, Emma Stone, Party, Glenn Close, Glenn, Cruella de Vil, Estella, Cruella, Dodie Smith, Movie News, Variety Close, Cruella Clip Cruella

Zack Snyder Doesn’t Think He’d Survive Directing Star Wars

Zack Snyder is known for taking on some huge properties in his career as a filmmaker, but there’s one beloved franchise he doesn’t think he’d make it out of if he got the chance.   RELATED: Netflix’s Army of the Dead Set to Arrive in Cinemark Theaters Speaking with The Times, Snyder was asked about his process as a director, and he dove into how he likes to come into projects with a specific point of view, and thus doesn’t always fit with everything. “Where it gets difficult is when you take a...
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‘Jojo Rabbit’ Star Thomasin McKenzie to Play Olympic Gymnast Kerri Strug in ‘Perfect’

Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug became an American hero overnight thanks to her gold medal-winning final vault at the 1996 summer Olympic games. The story took the nation by storm, and now it will be told on the big screen in Perfect, a new film that will be directed by Olivia Wilde (Booksmart). After an extensive search for a young star to take the lead role, the filmmaker has chosen Jojo Rabbit star Thomasin McKenzie to vault into the “intimate and unflinching portrait of grit and determination.”...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, Sports, Fox Searchlight, Olivia Wilde, True Story, Don, Wilde, Riverstone, Kerri Strug, Thomas Benski, Marisa Clifford, Bela Karolyi, Thomasin McKenzie, Riverstone Pictures

‘Succession’ Season 3 Casts Adrien Brody and Alexander Skarsgård, Will Be the Season of Very Tall Men

Succession season 3 is raising itself to new heights — both literal and metaphorical. The HBO comedy series just added two towering actors to its ensemble, with Oscar winner Adrien Brody and Nordic statue Alexander Skarsgård joining the Succession season 3 cast as guest stars. RIP Kieran Culkin’s neck. The 5′ 6″ actor who plays Roman already has to deal with the gangling 6′ 7″ tall Cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun) — in a height difference the show already loves to poke fun at — and now he has tw...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, New York, Television, Movies, Casting, Roy, Adrien-Brody, Braun, Cox, Logan, Variety, Kong, Alexander Skarsgard, Brody, Matthew MacFadyen

AFI Launches Virtual Gallery of Beloved TCM Host Robert Osborne’s Film Intros

Robert Osborne was a staple of Turner Classic Movies for years, offering sparkling and smart introductions to the classic movies aired on the channel. Now, on what would have been his 89th birthday, AFI is launching a virtual gallery of Osborne’s introductions, coinciding nicely with this year’s virtual TCM Film Festival, running through this weekend. Osborne, who died in 2017, may be gone, but his legacy will live on online. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the American Film Institute i...
Tags: Movies, Bette Davis, Bob, Osborne, Jason Sudeikis, Northwest, Tcm, Olivia de Havilland, American Film Institute, AFI, Bob Gazzale, Turner Classic Movies, Robert Osborne, Carrie Fisher Alec Baldwin, AFI Launches Virtual Gallery of Beloved TCM Host, Hollywood Reporter the American Film Institute

Ta-Nehisi Coates' Superman Movie Could Be a Period Piece

Early reports say that Ta-Nehisi Coates’ already much-anticipated Superman movie could take place in the 20th century, which offers some very interesting options for what’s going to be an extremely interesting movie.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Superman, Jj Abrams, Krypton, Ta, Ta Nehisi Coates, Zack Snyder, Coates, Lois Lane, Fictional Characters, Christopher Reeve Superman, Creative Works, Kryptonians, Entertainment Culture, Superman In Film

Returnal’s Latest Patch Fixes Trophies, Rebalances Biomes

The next generation of games has been slow going when it comes to new releases that push the envelope on both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Thankfully, there are some standouts, like Housemarque’s third-person roguelike Returnal. Full of particle effects and unique functionality thanks to the DualSense Controller, it’s the unique PlayStation 5 exclusive that early adopters have been waiting for. However, it’s not perfect yet. Developers at Housemarque have constantly been patching the game...
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Issa Rae & City Girls’ HBO Max Series Rap Sh*t Gets Trio of Actresses

(Photo by Prince Williams/Getty Images) Aida Osman, KaMillion, and Jonica Booth have all been cast in Issa Rae’s HBO Max comedy Rap Sh*t (working title). MORE: Loki: Marvel Studios Moves Up Disney+ Series Premiere Date Confirmed today by WarnerMedia, the three actors are also joining Sadé Clacken Joseph, who was announced to be the director for the pilot episode of the hour-hour comedy. According to the logline of the series, Rap Sh*t follows two estranged high school friends from Miami, Shawna...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Miami, Vh1, Mia, Thomas, Janeane Garofalo, Pierre, Osman, Shawna, Issa Rae, ComingSoon, Kevin `` Coach K '' Lee

‘Rugrats’ Trailer: Paramount+ Reboot Leans Hard Into CG Territory

Rugrats was a staple of the Nickelodeon lineup in the 1990s, and since we live in a world in which every piece of intellectual property is ripe for resurrection or reinterpretation, it’s now coming back in a reboot on the new Paramount+ streaming service. We knew the charming, 2D hand-drawn style from the original series would be gone, but the first official trailer has been released and you can see for yourselves just how plastic-y and cheap these characters look when rendered in three dimensi...
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Chris Lowell Joins My Best Friend’s Exorcism Adaptation of Grady Hendrix’s Novel

(Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images) The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Chris Lowell (Promising Young Woman, GLOW, Up in the Air) has been added to the cast of the feature adaptation of My Best Friend’s Exorcism, inspired by the cult-hit novel by Grady Hendrix. Lowell will join the previously announced Elsie Fisher (Eighth Grade), who is headlining an ensemble cast that includes Amiah Miller (War for the Planet of the Apes), Cathy Ang (Over the Moon), and Rachel Ogechi Kanu. Lowell will p...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Chris Pratt, Hendrix, Amazon Studios, Gretchen, Abby, Grady Hendrix, Robert Kirkman, Chris Lowell, Gary Gershoff Getty, Miss Peregrine, Christopher Landon, Elsie Fisher, Jenna Lamia, Amazon Described

New ‘Cruella’ Teaser Reveals the Origin Story of the ‘101 Dalmatians’ Villain

How did Cruella de Vil begin? The question no one was asking will soon be answered in Cruella, the punk-rock take on the 101 Dalmatians villain starring Emma Stone. And at least one part of that answer is revealed in a new Cruella teaser that previews her origins: she was a kid with really bad hair. Watch the Cruella teaser below. Cruella Teaser: Origins It’s actually really funny that Cruella presents itself as a serious, grounded (well as grounded as you can get when you have a charac...
Tags: London, Movies, Disney, Earth, Emma-Stone, Danny Boyle, Emma Thompson, Remakes, Tonya, Video Clips, Cruella de Vil, Hauser, Ben Wheatley, Craig Gillespie, Estella, Horace

Stranger Things Season 4 News Teased by Mysterious Video

The excitement around the upcoming fourth season of Stranger Things continues to grow, and today, a new teaser hinted at even more news releasing regarding the show tomorrow.   Earlier Wednesday on the Stranger Things YouTube channel, a brief video titled “HNL Control Room” was uploaded. The video is overlaid with a piano score and shows seven television screens, each cutting between static and a brief shot of an image. The description for the video reads: “Due to technical difficulties, Hawki...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Winona Ryder, Robert Englund, Stranger Things, Tom Wlaschiha, Millie Bobby Brown, Hawkins National Laboratory, Caleb McLaughlin, Murray Bauman

NAR’s lobbying playbook: ‘Make friends before you need them’

During a panel about lobbying at the Realtors Legislative Meetings, the trade group explained that building a relationship with a congressperson or senator is like building a relationship with a friend — it takes time and is not a one-way street.
Tags: MLS & Associations, Regulations, Select, Advocacy, Bipartisan, David Wluka, Joe Harris, Lobbying, NAR, National Association Of Realtors, Political Advocacy, RPAC

Redfin reports $268M in revenue in first quarter, 40% jump over same period last year

CEO Glenn Kelman said Wednesday that the company is "just about hitting on all cylinders" after hiring more agents and lenders in the second half of 2020.
Tags: Wall Street, Radio, Earnings, Redfin, Glenn Kelman, Industry News, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Redfin Now, RentPath, iBuyer, Ibuying

Disinfecting Movie Theaters Between Screenings is Now Optional

Movie theaters are slowly reopening after being shut down due to the coronavirus, and everyone in the industry seems to be holding their breath, wondering when and if things will bounce back to normal. With the vaccine rollout continuing, there’s real hope that returning to the movies will be a safe experience. However, a recent change might give some folks pause. The National Association of Theatre Owners recently updated its CinemaSafe guidelines, telling exhibitors they no longer need to dis...
Tags: Movies, Cdc, Georgia, Nato, South Dakota, Epa, Variety, National Association of Theatre Owners, Business and Industry News, National Association of Theater Owners, Jeff Logan, COVID-19, Logan Luxury Theaters Corp, Joe Paletta

Lady Killer: Blake Lively to Star in Diablo Cody’s Adaptation for Netflix

(Photo by Cindy Ord/WireImage via Getty Images) Blake Lively (Gossip Girl, A Simple Favor, The Rhythm Section) is set to lead Netflix’s movie adaptation Lady Killer based on the Dark Horse Comics series, according to Deadline. Lively will also produce the project, which is being adapted by Oscar winner Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully). Lively is also known for starring in The Shallows, All I See Is You, Savages, and 2011’s Green Lantern. She will next be seen in the drama thriller The Husband’s Secret...
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