Iron Man #1 - 1st issue (key)

Iron Man #1 Iron Man v1 #1, 1968 - Continued from Tales of Suspense, Iron Man finally gets his own self-titled series. Held captive by A.I.M., Tony Stark sees his armor duplicated and an army turned against him. While the story doesn't reflect the importance this key first issue, Iron Man's origin from Tales of Suspense #39 is recapped in a three page backup tale. This Marvel self-titled [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Warlock #14 - Jim Starlin art & cover

Jim Starlin Warlock v1 #14, 1976 - After fighting obstacles created by the Star Thief, Warlock traverses thousands of light years to save his home planet. Jim Starlin's depiction of the galaxy is colorful and intricately patterned. They fill the backgrounds of nearly every panel with texture and interest. The title character's battles with various creatures becomes more vivid as a result. [Author: Unknown]
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A lot of y'all asked for it, so here!!!!!!! Available for preorder now on my Topatoco store!
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Ero Konbini Tenchou Has a Preference for One Tasty Girl

The twin-tailed employee of Ero Konbini Tenchou is again left with no other choice than to pleasure her boss as her sexual escapades include oral sex, riding on top of a table, paizuri, and mating where customers could see them – those that favor the blonde girl might be disappointed as she isn’t present for […]
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Ero-anime, Paizuri, Conbini, Ero Konbini Tenchou, JK to Ero Konbini Tenchou

Lytton #1

After I wrote about Cutaway Comics last year, they got in touch to see if I wanted to check out their comics. Of course, I said yes, so they sent some digital copies to review. As I mentioned previously, Lytton was a mercenary who appeared in the 5th Doctor story “Resurrection of the Daleks” (Tegan’s last episode) and the 6th Doctor story “Attack of the Cybermen”. Lytton #1 (written by former Doctor Who script editor Eric Saward, art by Barry [...]
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Stephen Colbert on Full Release with Samantha Bee Podcast

The post Stephen Colbert on Full Release with Samantha Bee Podcast appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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Seth Rogen Will No Longer Work With James Franco Due to Allegations

Despite being frequent collaborators and friends in the past, don’t expect to see Seth Rogen working with James Franco anymore. During a recent interview, Rogen explained that he is no longer comfortable working with Franco due to sexual misconduct allegations against the actor. The duo appeared in memorable films such as The Disaster Artist, Pineapple Express, This is the End, The Night Before, and The Interview together. They even did a parody of Kanye West’s “Bound 2” music video that went v...
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Ada Wong Was Cut From Resident Evil Village

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The highly anticipated survival horror game Resident Evil Village has finally made its way to consoles. Featuring returning characters Ethan Winters and Chris Redfield, it seems the fan-favorite character Ada Wong was set to make an appearance but ended getting cut. The Trauma Pack DLC, which players received for purchasing the Collector’s, Deluxe, or Complete Editions of Resident Evil Village, includes some concept art galleries. Titled “The Tragedy of Ethan Winters Artwork...
Tags: Games, Movies, Xbox One, Pc, Ps4, Ada, Ethan, Capcom, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Resident Evil, Ada Wong, Ethan Winters, Chris Redfield, PS5, Xbox Series X

New US Trailer for Italian Film 'Bad Tales' from D'Innocenzo Brothers

"Something strange happened some weeks ago…" Strand Releasing has debuted a new US trailer for Bad Tales, aka Favolacce in Italian, a dark drama from Italy from the filmmaking brothers Damiano & Fabio D'Innocenzo. This originally premiered at last year's Berlin Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear for Best Screenplay. The dark & strange film is about a few families living out on a limb in the suburbs of Rome. Tensions here can explode at any time; ultimately it's the children who brin...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Italy, To Watch, Foreign Film, Rome Tensions, Innocenzo Brothers, Damiano Fabio, Tommaso Di Cola Not

'Before We Was We: Madness by Madness' Doc Series Official Trailer

"The feeling was: just to be nutty. Moving the head like a trojan." AMC TV in the UK recently debuted this new documentary series titled Before We Was We: Madness by Madness, a inside and comprehensive look at the popular British ska band known as Madness, which originally formed in 1976. We're only now catching up with this trailer - but it's really worth a look. "The docu-series traces the humble beginnings of the band that would go on to set the record for the biggest audience ever for th...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Bbc, Documentaries, Buckingham Palace, AMC TV, To Watch, Eve Broadcast, BT TV Looks

The Office’s Mystery Sperm Donor Has Been Revealed

Its been nearly eight years since The Office concluded. Despite that, new information about the show is still getting revealed. This particular tidbit pertains to the identity of the mystery sperm donor Jan Levinson (Melora Hardin) used to get pregnant in the season four finale “Goodbye Toby.” On the newest episode of the podcast Office Ladies, which is hosted by Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey (the actors who portrayed Pam and Angela respectively), The Office costars revealed that the mystery ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Office, TV News, The Office, Streaming, Andy Roddick, Michael, Andy, Dwight Schrute, Rainn Wilson, Fischer, Angela, Kinsey, Jan

Free BBC Academy podcasting webinars available

The BBC Academy’s Production Unlocked is launching a series of free webinars for people who make Podcasts. Running throughout May, the series brings together podcast presenters, producers and commissioners in and outside the BBC. They’ll be discussing everything from formats, storytelling and what’s going to the next big Pod. Places are free and you don’t need to work at the BBC or be a member of the BBC Academy. For details of the whole series see this link. Here are the details of all the...
Tags: Podcasts, Scotland, Bbc, BBC News, Radio, BBC World Service, Andrew Davies, Bbc Studios, BBC Radio, Beeb, Ollie Wilson, Julia Mckenzie, BBC Academy, Wondery, James Cridland, Rhian Roberts

Monday, May 10 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 10, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Terminal List Location: 1150 S Olive St., Los Angeles TV Series: From Scratch Location: 798 E Kensington Rd., Los Angeles (until May 13th) TV Series: Insecure Location: 100 N Central Ave., Los Angeles Movie: Being the Ricardos Location: 743 […] The post Monday, May 10 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Overlord Season 4 & Anime Film Announced

MMORPG isekai Overlord will soon be haunting the anime community with another gruesome season as the fourth has been announced, alongside an anime film that will cover the “Holy Kingdom” arc and will surely sew positive feelings in diehard fans of the series. A livestream for the series unleashed this news and noted the fourth […]
Tags: Movies, Parody, Fantasy, Illustration, Anime, Announcements, MMORPG, Madhouse, Continuations, Overlord, Isekai

Dracula's BFF Renfield Joins Dark Universe in Solo Film for Universal

Early on, Universal had difficulty establishing their Dark Universe, consisting of films about Dracula, Wolfman, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, Frankenstein, and Jekyll/Hyde. They tried to get things popping in 2014 with Dracula Untold, but that was a financial and critical failure. Unfortunately, 2017's The Mummy…Read more...
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‘Borderlands’ Movie Adds Magician and Comedian Penn Jillette to the Cast

Lionsgate’s upcoming big screen adaptation of the video game franchise Borderlands already has a huge cast that includes the likes of Kevin Hart, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, and more. But there’s one more addition that we’ve just learned about, and it’s someone who has a history with the Borderlands games. Magician and comedian Penn Jillette, best known as one half of the duo known as Penn & Teller, recently revealed that he’s flying over to Budapest to take a role in the Bord...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Casting, Pandora, Budapest, Kevin Hart, Chernobyl, Cate Blanchett, Eli-Roth, Bobby Lee, Penn, Marcus, Hart, Ellie, PENN TELLER, Teller

Gal Gadot: Joss Whedon Threatened My Career But I Took Care Of It

Allegations against the writer-director Joss Whedon are circulating once again. Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot recently shared a bit more information about the matter, specifically how Whedon threatened her career and how she “took care of it.” In an interview from Israeli news broadcast N12, Gadot further spoke on what it was like to work with Whedon on Justice League. “I had my issues with Joss, and I handled it,” says Gadot, according to the translation by N12 US correspondent Yuna Leibzon. ...
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David Tennant Joins Star-Studded Cast of The Amazing Maurice

(Colin Hutton/BBC America) David Tennant is set to star in the Sky Cinema animated film adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novel The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents. Alongside Tennant, Sky confirmed Ariyon Bakare (His Dark Materials), Rob Brydon (The Huntsman: Winter’s War), Julie Atherton, and Joe Sugg have also been cast for the film adaptation titled The Amazing Maurice. They will be joining an already star-studded cast which includes Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Hugh Lau...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sky, Broadchurch, David Tennant, Terry Pratchett, Crowley, Michael B Jordan, Keith, Tennant, Laurie, Maurice, Pratchett, Patel, Rob Brydon, Joe Sugg

Elon Musk’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ Had Everybody and Their Mother But Only a Couple Great Sketches

Well, Saturday Night Live was hosted by Elon Musk this weekend, and it went about as well as you’d expect when a billionaire business magnate without any real performance experience or natural charisma hosts a sketch comedy show. That’s not to say it was downright terrible. In fact, it went a little better than I expected. But this is the perfect example of how an episode of SNL can be stilted by a host with very little comedic intuition, even if the host is more than willing to have a little f...
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The Witcher 3’s Next-Gen Update Could Use Fan Mods

Slated for later this year, The Witcher 3‘s next-gen update will make some visual and technical improvements to the critically acclaimed RPG. It seems some of those improvements might have been partially created by the game’s modding community. In a post from HalkHogan, the creator of “The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project” mod, stated he got an official message from Polish developer CD Projekt Red and it is likely the mod will be included in the next-gen update. RELATED: Netflix’s The Witcher Seas...
Tags: Games, Movies, Netflix, Kotaku, Hogan, ComingSoon, Video Game News, WB Games, CD Projekt Red, The Witcher 3, The Witcher, PS5, Xbox Series X, CDPR

A Curious Collection of Dates: Through the Year With Sherlock Holmes

I’ve greatly enjoyed reading A Curious Collection of Dates: Through the Year With Sherlock Holmes, one day at a time. It’s an almanac, where every day of the year has one or more entries related to Sherlock Holmes. Some are capsule biographies of people who’ve played Holmes, or John Watson, or a Moriarty, noted on their birthdays. Or those who were significant to the publishing of the Canon. Some are dates from the Arthur Conan Doyle stories when cases began [...]
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The 1978 Project: Part IX

We’re finally in the endgame of the 1978 Project. For the past year and a half or so, I’ve been watching as many 1978 movies as possible. Because I felt like it, that’s why! When I started this project, I had seen about 30 movies made in that year. As of this moment, I’ve seen 87 movies made in 1978. It’s possible that I’ll catch up with something after this, but at this point, I’m going to start prepping the typical “year end” festivities like the movie awards and a top 10. Anywho, let’s take a...
Tags: Movies, Orson Welles, Arizona, Dustin Hoffman, Western Europe, Michael Mann, Kathy Bates, Anywho, Gary Busey, Emmet Walsh, Chantal Akerman, Theresa Russell, Harry Dean Stanton, Umberto Lenzi, Edwige Fenech, 1978 Project

Guy Ritchie’s Wrath of Man Leads Domestic Weekend Box Office

Nothing says summer like an R-rated Guy Ritchie/Jason Statham action flick, right? Well, that’s where we are in the first week of May, a weekend typically boasting films such as Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek, Mission: Impossible III, Kingdom of Heaven, and Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, among many others. This year, to kick off the summer movie season, we have Wrath of Man, a, by all accounts, entertaining actioner in the vein of The Gentleman, Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, China, Disney, America, Domestic, Netflix, Ifc, Army, Sony, Box Office, Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Chris Rock, Jason Statham, Samuel L Jackson

Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san’s Senpai Narrowly Saved & Braves the Heat

The noodle-armed Nagatoro can’t stop bullying her senpai in Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san as she tickles him senseless and offers the same in return in a lewd area, the bullied boy also narrowly dodging a disastrous haircut from Nagatoro’s far more vicious friends thanks to the tan girl. The senpai, despite being bullied by Nagatoro, also manages […]
Tags: Comedy, Bullying, Anime, Fetish, Braves, Tan, Moe, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Waki, Tickling, Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san, Nagatoro, Telecom Animation Film, Ijiranaide Nagatoro

‘Rosaline’: Kaitlyn Dever Will Star in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Spin-Off

The classic doomed romance of Romeo and Juliet gets a twist with Rosaline, a new film that will star Kaitlyn Dever. Based on the novel When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle, the story retells Romeo and Juliet through the perspective of Juliet’s cousin, and Romeo’s ex-girlfriend, Rosaline. Rosaline is mentioned several times in Shakespeare’s play, but she remains unseen throughout the whole story. Deadline broke the news that Booksmart star Kaitlyn Dever will star in Rosaline, a Romeo and Julie...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Adaptation, Rob, Shakespeare, Hamlet, MGM, Romeo, Tom Stoppard, Rose, Rosencrantz, Juliet, Dan Cohen, Shawn Levy, Rosaline, Kaitlyn Dever

Glenn Close Wants to Play Cruella Again, Maybe on an Adventure in the New York Sewers

Cruella de Vil, kidnapper of dogs, queen of the sewers. At least, that’s Glenn Close‘s pitch for a 101 Dalmatians sequel starring her Cruella, which the Oscar-nominated actress recently said she would be happy to reprise. You know, when we’re done with Emma Stone’s cool punk-rock Cruella. Was there any live-action villain more fabulous than Glenn Close’s Cruella de Vil? Over the top and camp in the best way, Close vamped it up as the 101 Dalmatians villain in the 1996 live-action remake and ...
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IMAX Update: Wrath of Man Debuts, Cliffwalkers Tops China

A busy weekend at IMAX theaters saw Cliffwalkers continue to find success in China and Guy Ritchie’s Wrath of Man debut in North America and select international markets. Cliffwalkers was the big winner this weekend as it added $1.7 million on the IMAX China network. Last weekend it brought in $2.3 million, and it now sits at $8 million total after 10 days of release, which is 7 percent of the nationwide total. It also now holds the IMAX Labor Day holiday box office record for a local title and...
Tags: Movies, China, Russia, Middle East, Imax, North America, Jason Statham, Guy Ritchie, Spiral, ComingSoon, Cliffwalkers, United States Mexico South Korea

Suicide Squad Director James Gunn Confirms Multiple Post-Credit Scenes

Comic book movies are in the business of post-credit scenes, and according to James Gunn, his film may have more than one. How do we know this? Well, this Tweet gives a pretty clear indication he has something up his sleeve.Read more...
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New to Amazon Prime Video - LUZ

Pursued by a demon, a young cab-driver staggers into a German police station. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, World cinema, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Ren Zelen

New to Amazon Prime Video - THE CURSE OF LA LLORONA

A social worker and her kids are menaced by a Mexican spirit. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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