Philip Kennedy Johnson writes Venom

Philip Kennedy Johnson & Ron Lim Join Venom #200, But Not Rob Liefeld  May 7, 2021 by Rich Johnstonhttps://bleedingcool.com/comics/philip-kennedy-johnson-ron-lim-join-venom-200-but-not-rob-liefeld/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Flugennnock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Blue Lives Matter no.2"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist (on April 23rd but not posted) "Blue Lives Matter no. 2" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3196 Mere hours after the Derek Chauvin verdict was handed down, Columbus police shot 15 year-old Ma'Khia Bryant to death after she called the police for help as she was being threatened. That's right; she called the goddamn cops for help, and they shot her — after which police taunted bystanders with declarations of "Blue Lives Matter!". An...
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The Future's So Bright, I Have To Wear Mirrorshades

The first half of this video made me cringe so hard that I think I need to see a chiropractor. The second part just made me wistful. Man, remember when cyberspace was going to be full of the distant, glittering spires of AI's behind shifting walls of killer black ICE?  Instead, it's full of your goofy relatives spouting outlandish conspiracy theories and coworkers who can't figure out what the REPLY ALL button does. The future is a lot lamer than the one I was promised. In other notes, I had...
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Journey Into Unknown Worlds #51 - Wally Wood, Steve Ditko art

Journey Into Unknown Worlds #51Journey Into Unknown Worlds v1 #51, 1956 - There seems to be an underlying religious theme to Wally Wood's tale, centered around a town on the verge of a great flood. The artist's clever use of light and shadow dramatizes the event. Most pages depict scenes of torrential rain, adding another layer of complexity. Steve Ditko illustrates the tale of a man realizing [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Giant-size Conan the Barbarian #3 - Barry Windsor Smith reprint

Giant-size Conan the Barbarian #3 Giant-size Conan the Barbarian v1 #3, 1975 - The third installment of Robert E. Howard's Hour of the Dragon appears in this issue. This new material occupies most of the issue, sharing space with a poor reproduction of Conan #6 by Barry Smith. Other artists in this Marvel bronze age adventure comic include Gil Kane and Tom Sutton. Cover by Kane and Tom Palmer [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Rikujoubu Joshi wa Ore no Nama Onaho Working Every Part of the Body

Cheerleading is now being employed as part of the training regiment for Rikujoubu Joshi wa Ore no Nama Onaho’s track and field girls, bouncing about on their coach’s muscular appendage and with the two main females being done outside for any and all to gawk at. Omake:
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Nick Thune on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Robby Hoffman: I’m Nervous (Full Special)

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Kaguya-sama OVA Dripping With Sukumizu Service & Nudity

Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai‘s nearly imminent OVA is promising a barrage of hilarity as bouncing breasts of girls wearing sukumizu feature heavily, alongside yuri smooching, bathing, and other shenanigans that will ensure buyers the utmost quality. The trailer for the OVA and all its comical visuals that will likely convince fans of the series into purchasing […]
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Femme Friday: Celebrating the Women in the Sherlock Holmes Canon and Transformative Works

The Baker Street Babes, a group of women who are Sherlock Holmes fans, put out this short essay collection in 2017, the last year the BBC Sherlock TV show aired. It’s a terrific idea. Typical of his time, Arthur Conan Doyle didn’t always pay a lot of attention to the women in his Sherlock Holmes stories. Of course, there’s Irene Adler, who’s been given too much attention over the years. The first essay here is about her, and it smartly [...]
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Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. Isn’t Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Fans may have been holding out hope that Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K., the upcoming animated series on Hulu, would be connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unfortunately, the showrunner for M.O.D.O.K. has ended any debate.   RELATED: Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. Trailer Previews Hulu’s Star-Studded Animated Series Speaking to ComicBook.com in a new interview, Jordan Blum was asked about the show’s continuity and explained that it took place in its own universe within the Marvel Multiverse. “Yeah, we’re ...
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Batwoman: First-Look Photo of Morgan Kohan’s Stephanie Brown Unveiled

(Photo by Paul Archuleta/Getty Images) The Bat-family is getting bigger when it comes to The CW’s Batwoman, as the show is getting ready to introduce Stephanie Brown into the fold, who will be played by Morgan Kohan. Fans anticipating her appearance can now get a sneak peek at what she’ll look like in the series as well via Entertainment Weekly.   RELATED: Batwoman: Ruby Rose Comments on Kate Kane Recasting The upcoming episode of Batwoman will see Ryan (Jacivia Leslie), Mary (Nicole Kang), an...
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No In-Person SPX This Year

I’m disappointed to once again miss gathering in Bethesda, but I appreciate an organization that wants to protect its attendees and guests. The Small Press Expo organizers have announced that “SPX 2021 will be held virtually” for health and safety reasons. With only four months to go until the show, it’s a cautious, sensible decision. The pandemic isn’t over yet, particularly given how many people are refusing to make the smart, scientific choice of getting vaccinated. I suspect they would [...]
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Go With the Flow

Go With the Flow marks just how prevalent female readers and authors have become in comics. As one of the characters says, “Fifty percent of the population gets a period… but it’s like this HUGE secret we can’t talk about?” This book would not have existed several years ago. As it is, it’s a good starting point. It’s a lengthy book, over 300 pages, because the authors touch, if only briefly, on a wide variety of related subjects. (I believe [...]
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Isekai Maou Majutsu Slays Dragons & Seizes Sexy Treasures

Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu‘s main characters have happened upon fierce dragons, treasures, and cute new outfits in the show’s latest episode, with a certain pink-haired beauty also making an appearance in case watchers believed there weren’t enough cute females already. Omake:
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Justice Smith Wants Detective Pikachu 2 But Doesn’t Think It Will Happen

When Detective Pikachu launched in 2019, it was a surprise hit, earning a ton at the box office and being well received by both fans and critics. Despite that, actor Justice Smith, who starred in the film, doesn’t think Detective Pikachu 2 will happen. MORE: Dave Bautista Done Playing Drax After Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 In a new interview with Inverse, Smith was asked about the possibility of another entry in the series, and while he said he’d love to participate, he isn’t sure it’ll happ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Nintendo, Pokemon, Smith, Golden Globe, Reynolds, Ken Watanabe, Pikachu, Ryan Reynolds Deadpool, Dave Bautista, Movie News, Video Game News, Galaxy Vol, Oren Uziel, Justice Smith

The Flash Set Photos Reveal First Look at Jordan Fisher’s Impulse

(Photo by Jason Mendez/Getty Images) Recently, actor Jordan Fisher was cast in the role of Bart Allen/Impulse on The CW’s The Flash. Today, fans have their first chance to see what he’ll look like, thanks to new set photos from filming of the show. RELATED: Tom Cavanagh and Carlos Valdes Exiting The Flash   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Younity (@younityy) According to the official charac...
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Lily James and Sebastian Stan Transform Into Hulu’s Pam & Tommy

(Photo Credit: Hulu) The first official look at Lily James and Sebastian Stan as Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee has arrived, and the two pull off an incredible transformation into the 90s stars.   RELATED: Taylor Schilling Joins Seth Rogen in Hulu’s Pam & Tommy Miniseries In a new tweet sent out by the Hulu television series, James and Stan can be seen recreating an iconic photo of Anderson and Lee, who the duo will be portraying in the upcoming limited series Pam & Tommy. The comedic series ta...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Annapurna, TV News, Streaming, Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Hulu, Anderson, James, Grey, Lily James, Motley Crue, Tommy Lee, Taylor Schilling

Girls und Panzer Acrylic Stands Indescribably Sexy

Tanker girl series Girls und Panzer is offering fans a chance to do unspeakable things to the fictional girls by way of these purchasable acrylic stands, which will surely have hoarding otaku eager to buy them up due to their astounding sexiness. Curtain Damashii is offering acrylic stands containing illustrations of girls from the series […]
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Michael B. Jordan Supports Black Panther Sequel Moving Forward

As Marvel begins to plan for the future of the Black Panther series without the late Chadwick Boseman, many are wondering just how it will proceed. In a new interview with Variety, Michael B. Jordan says he has total confidence in the folks behind the scenes on the upcoming Black Panther sequel.   RELATED: The Marvels & Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Get Official Loglines Jordan, who stars in Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, was being interviewed by Variety when he was told about the title for th...
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Sony’s New ‘Cinderella’ Musical with Camila Cabello Has Been Sold to Amazon

Another theatrical release bites the dust. Even though movie theaters are slowly getting back to normal and studios are starting to release major movies for audiences to see on the big screen again, not every movie waiting in the wings is lucrative enough for a studio to risk spending the money on a theatrical release right now. That’s why Sony Pictures has sold their new adaptation of the classic fairytale Cinderella, starring recording artist Camila Cabello, to Amazon instead of releasing it ...
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Star Wars Spin-Offs That Would Make Great Disney+ Shows

With Star Wars: The Bad Batch released on Disney+ earlier this week, we thought it would be cool to suggest further spin-offs we’d like to see from that galaxy far, far away. After all, while the Mouse House has certainly provided a fair amount of Star Wars content since acquiring Lucasfilm way back in 2012, there’s still plenty of material to be mined from this enormous gallery of heroes, scoundrels, and villains. Read on and be sure to chime in on the Star Wars spin-offs you’d like to see! D...
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Resident Evil Village Vampire Sisters Nude Mod Definitely Hungry

The unstoppable amount of amorous modders in existence have managed to work their magic on Resident Evil Village as they have successfully produced a nude mod for the game’s vampire sisters, though some might regard such a nude mod as pointless considering how little screen-time they have in the supposed horror title. The shameless mod […]
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New ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Photos: Tom Cruise Has a Train to Catch (and a Dirt Bike to Ride)

Last month, we learned that we’ll be waiting a lot longer to see Mission: Impossible 7 in theaters. The sequel starring Tom Cruise was pushed back from the previously set November 2021 release to a summer date in May 2022. Thankfully, we’ve got a little bit of a tease to hold us over with a few new photos from the set, including Tom Cruise on a big steaming locomotive and speeding around on a dirt bike. Get a look at the new Mission: Impossible 7 photos below. When Mission: Impossible 7 was s...
Tags: Images, Movies, Cruise, Sequels, Tom-Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Christopher McQuarrie, Action/Adventure, Mission-impossible, Mission: Impossible 7

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Trailer Brimming With Nonstop Action

A “final” trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, an enhanced PS5 version of the FFVII remake that comes with a bonus episode, has sated appetites with another salvo of footage from the aforementioned Yuffie adventure, seemingly promising yet more action and thrills. Final Fantasy VII Remake’s co-director Tetsuya Nomura also talked briefly about the […]
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‘Pam and Tommy’ First Look Photos: Lily James and Sebastian Stan Are Almost Unrecognizable as the Famous Duo

Towards the end of last year, we got the surprising news that Cinderella star Lily James and Captain America franchise co-star Sebastian Stan were taking the leads in Pam and Tommy, a new series from Hulu about famous couple Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. It was an unexpected leap for both of the actors, but we’re even more floored by the Pam and Tommy first look photos that series co-star Seth Rogen posted to social media this weekend. Lily James and Sebastian Stan are almost unrecognizable. ...
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This Week In Trailers: Before We Was We: Madness by Madness, Emily @ the Edge of Chaos, Pause With Sam Jay, Holler

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 by our house in the middle of the street, forget about college, learn about the universe, and discover a different type of ta...
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Tawny Kitaen Passes Away at 59

(Photo by Michael Tran/FilmMagic) Actress and media personality Tawny Kitaen has passed away. Born Julie Kitaen, the 59-year-old became an icon in the 1980s and is most famous for appearing on Ratt album covers and several Whitesnake videos including “Here I Go Again,” “Still of the Night,” and “The Deeper the Love.” Kitaen was found dead at her Newport Beach home on Friday morning and a cause of death has not been revealed. Kitaen’s acting career was highlighted by starring in the Tom Hanks 19...
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New Trailer for 1980s Set Horror-Comedy EVIL EVERYWHERE

New trailer for  director Mykee Morettini's '80s throwback. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Trailer and Artwork for Chinese Blockbuster SHOCK WAVE: HONG KONG DESTRUCTION

The Andy Lau starring thriller comes to UK disc and digital in June. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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