House of Mystery #179 - Neal Adams art & cover, Bernie Wrightson art (1st start)

Neal Adams House of Mystery v1 #179, 1969 - In Bernie Wrightson's first professional start in comics, a mystery surrounds a man who disappears without a trace. Though only three pages, the art is skillful and conscientious, despite being a young artist. Note the heavy use of shadows in the interior page below. This technique would become one of the hallmarks of his work. This story was later [Author: Unknown]
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The Emotional & Traumatic Hige o Soru Protects the Schoolgirl

Hige o Soru. Soshite Joshikousei o Hirou has thrust its poor abused heroine into another immoral encounter as she is subjected to the lusts of a certain male character, the episode ending on a positive note however as it is shown the woman has at least some people she can trust. Omake:
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Steve Conley interviews

Steve Conley 2021 Geoff Grogan Blockhead podcast May 11, 2021 https://geoffgrogan.com/2021/05/11/steve-conley-2021/ The Astounding Steve Conley drops by to talk about his latest Kickstarter;"Astounding Space Thrills: Undersea Menace from the Year 3200" and to share his secrets of Kickstarter success! Steve & Geoff talk comics and life in the days when the internet was young!  One of Geoff's favorite conversat...
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First Trailer and Poster for THE FOREVER PURGE

The Purge resumes this summer. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Edge of Tomorrow 2’ Might Be “Too Expensive” to Ever Get Made, Says Emily Blunt

Doug Liman‘s Edge of Tomorrow was not only a pleasant surprise when it debuted in 2014 – it was also one of the best sci-fi action movies of the past 20 years. So it’s no wonder that whenever people interview Liman or stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, the conversation inevitably turns to the status of the much-discussed sequel. At least one draft of Edge of Tomorrow 2 has reportedly already been written, and for years, all of the parties involved have basically said a variation of “We’re intere...
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High Ground Interview: Simon Baker Talks Importance of Aboriginal Culture

(Photo Courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films) The drama High Ground starring Jacob Junior Nayinggul and Simon Baker is out May 14 on streaming and video on demand. The film focuses on a massacre that occurred to the Aboriginal Australians and the violence that it brought afterward. Baker plays an ex-sniper named Travis, who returns to the area years later to track down a wanted criminal with help from Gutjuk (played by Nayinggul). However, Travis’ past and his role in the tragedy are revealed. Check...
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John Cena Shows Off 1968 Mid-Engine Charger Ahead of F9

In anticipation of the release of F9: The Fast Saga, John Cena has kicked off a weekly video series where he’ll highlight a different supercar featured in the upcoming film.   RELATED: New F9 Featurette Shows Off Incredible Practical Effects The video series, titled Get Fast & Furious with John Cena, will see Cena showcasing different supercars, with the first being a 1968 Mid-Engine Charger. The car is just one of many that will be shown off in F9. The action series has become famous for its ...
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‘Wish Dragon’ Trailer: It’s ‘Aladdin,’ But With a Magical Dragon Played by John Cho

Do you want to see John Cho doing his best Robin Williams? Well, the new Sony Animation movie Wish Dragon is granting your…wish. Cho voices the titular wish-granting magical dragon, Long, who is unleashed from an ancient teapot by a working-class college student (Jimmy Wong), sending the two of them on a hijinks-filled adventure through contemporary Shanghai. Netflix, which is debuting the Sony film, has released the Wish Dragon trailer. Wish Dragon Trailer John Cho, I love you, but you...
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Setting Up a YouTube Channel: Complete Guide for 2021

YouTube is one of the biggest websites in the world and comes second only to Google’s search engine when you’re talking about traffic. If you have a business, video should be high on your priority list for content marketing, and there’s no better platform for video than YouTube. Whether you’re a solo entrepreneur or a large company, there’s money to be made in this video-streaming platform. So how do you set up your YouTube channel? We’ll not only teach you how to set up a YouTube accou...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Ms. Marvel’ Completes Shooting, ‘Loki’ Watch Parties, ‘Thor’ Flashback Photo & More

Will you participate in Loki watch parties leading up to the show’s premiere? How would Anthony Mackie like New Orleans to celebrate the new Captain America? Want to see then-unknown Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston preparing to shoot Thor? Who has James Gunn‘s favorite costume in The Suicide Squad? What are the biggest differences between the Invincible series and comic? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow‘s sixth season will be screwing up summ...
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Momo Believes

A lot of y'all asked for it, so here!!!!!!! Available for preorder now on my Topatoco store!
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Thursday, May 13 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 13, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Other Two Location: 939 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 1900 E 7th Pl.; 1927 E 7th Pl., Los Angeles TV Series: Monster Location: 12 Granada Ave.; 10 Santa Ana Ave., Long Beach […] The post Thursday, May 13 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Review: The Perfect Candidate

— by BEV QUESTAD — The US wide-release of “The Perfect Candidate” has me worried. How can a drama about female repression in Saudi Arabia, filmed and produced in Saudi Arabia, notorious for said repression, pass a Saudi script censor and be submitted as the country’s Academy Award submission for best foreign film? Will there […]
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Uma Musume the Third Most Profitable Smartphone Title for April 2021

Uma Musume‘s success amongst smartphone games has continued to hold fast as the title was the third most profitable in the world for the month of April 2021, demonstrating the power of adorable horsegirls with a passion for sprinting. Sensor Tower provided three different rankings in one chart, intriguing information that will surely prove entertaining […]
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‘Blindspotting’ TV Series Trailer Expands the Movie’s Narrative, Keeps the Same Style and Energy

Blindspotting was one of the acclaimed premieres to come out of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Featuring Hamilton star Daveed Diggs in the lead role, the film dealt with some heavy themes, including systemic racism and police brutality, but it did it with some sharp satirical humor and hip-hop musical sequences. The film had a style all its own, and now a Blindspotting TV series will continue in the same vein, but now the main character will be one of the supporting players of the original mo...
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‘Little Demon’: Dan Harmon Will Executive Produce FXX Animated Series Starring Danny DeVito and Aubrey Plaza

FXX has ordered a new animated comedy series called Little Demon, which follows a woman who was impregnated by the Devil and gave birth to the Antichrist. That’s a good hook on its own, but the casting is even better: Danny DeVito will voice the Devil, while Aubrey Plaza is voicing the mother of the Antichrist. As for the Antichrist, she’ll be voiced by Lucy DeVito, Danny DeVito’s real-life daughter. Dan Harmon serves as one of the executive producers on the show, which was created by Darcy Fow...
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Dave Bautista: Marvel Dropped the Ball on Drax’s Destroyer Side

When The Guardians of the Galaxy originally launched, Dave Bautista’s Drax became an instant fan-favorite character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Despite being beloved by fans, Drax hasn’t had much of a backstory for most of his time on screen, something that Bautista feels was a missed opportunity.   RELATED: James Gunn Finishes Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special Script Speaking in an interview with Collider, Bautista was asked about his leap to Hollywood and his casting as Drax. Whi...
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Ryan Coogler’s ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Pitch Left Martin Freeman Confused, But Seemingly in a Good Way

The world is intensely curious about Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever for many reasons, chief among them to find out what kind of story writer/director Ryan Coogler is going to tell without the franchise’s lead actor after Chadwick Boseman’s death. And it sounds like some of his storytelling decisions threw one of the sequel’s supporting actors for a bit of a loop. Martin Freeman will be returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to reprise his role as Agent Everett K. Ross, and d...
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The Hidden Village of Witches & Catgirls Truly a Succulent Paradise

The Hidden Village of Witches and Catgirls has yet another splendid setting for a male as the eroge has the protagonist transporting to a world full of nothing but luscious catgirls, sex and stimulation being an unstoppable occurrence for the fortunate man. Chasing after his pet cat through an alley, the protagonist is immediately whisked […]
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James Gunn Wrote King Shark With Sylvester Stallone in Mind

When fans got their first look at James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, one of the things that immediately stood out was King Shark. In a recent interview with Den of Geek, Gunn spoke about the fan-favorite, and how he wrote the character with one actor and one actor only in mind.   RELATED: James Gunn Celebrates John Cena’s Birthday With an Empanada Prank During the interview, Gunn said that he knew he wanted to use an animal for the film, and since King Shark was part of the Suicide Squad in the n...
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Broadway is Coming Back This September, With ‘Hamilton,’ ‘Wicked,’ Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ and ‘Aladdin’ Raising the Curtain

The neon lights are turning back on, on Broadway. Broadway is reopening this September with a string of mega-hits including The Lion King, Hamilton, and Wicked to bring audiences back into the theaters that have lay empty for the past year-plus. Broadway has been closed since last March, when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forced theaters on the Great White Way to close. Now the lights are blinking back on and the curtains are being raised to prepare for the grand Broadway reopening on ...
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5 Activities To Keep Your Dog Healthy

(Image from Depositphotos) Having a pet is an undeniably massive responsibility, and you must know that your dog's life depends on how you treat it and look after it. Sometimes we can't always let our dogs out to run around in the garden, as many dog owners live in apartment buildings without gardens. So trying some fun activities to keep your dog healthy and active can be vital for your dog. While ensuring your pet has all the essentials such as a dog collar, or a hunting dog collar, a d...
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Disney Plus Premier Access will let subscribers buy upcoming movies like 'Cruella' and 'Black Widow' while they're still playing in theaters

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Emma Stone in "Cruella." Laurie Sparham/Disney With Premier Access, Disney Plus members can pay $30 to unlock select movies three months early. "Cruella" is the next Premier Access title, and "Black Widow" will be added later this summer. A Disney Plus subscription costs $8 a month or $80 a year. Product Card (small) With the release of "Mulan" in September 2020, Disney Plus introduced a new purchase op...
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Star Wars Celebration 2022 Moves Up Its Dates From August to May

Star Wars Celebration is returning, slightly earlier than expected. While we’ll still have to wait a whole year for the Star Wars fan festival to return to Anaheim, California, Star Wars Celebration 2022 has moved up its dates, from August 2022 to May 2022. Like many other events last year, Star Wars Celebration canceled its 2020 event due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Lucasfilm is taking extra caution with the annual event, choosing to hold the next one in 2022. But with vaccines ...
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Blackstone Group, TruAmerica buy 5,800 apartments in San Diego

In what's believed to be one of the biggest real estate deals in San Diego County history, the investment firm says it plans to spend $100 million renovating the properties.
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Realogy clutches top spot on T3 Sixty’s 2021 Mega 1000 list

Realogy secured the top spot on T3 Sixty's Mega 1000 list with $184 billion in 2020 sales volume. However, brokerages with alternative models are closing the gap.
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Report: Nintendo’s Mario Odyssey Team Working on Donkey Kong Game

Nintendo is reportedly bringing the Donkey Kong series back in-house for a new 2D platformer created by the team behind Super Mario Odyssey that could line up with the big ape’s 40th-anniversary celebration. DK’s last big outing was on Nintendo’s previous console, the Wii U. 2014’s Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze was the second of two revivals of the SNES platformer series by Retro Studios, a Nintendo aligned developer out of Texas. That team is currently at work on Metroid Prime 4, and so...
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Why Women Kill Season 2 Trailer: Keep Your Secrets Buried

Paramount+ has released the official Why Women Kill Season 2 trailer inviting fans to dive into the next installment of the original anthology series. Premiering on Thursday, June 3, the dark comedy’s 10-episode arc will be available to stream weekly on Thursdays, exclusively for the streamer’s subscribers. RELATED: Kiefer Sutherland to Star in Espionage Drama Series for Paramount+ From creator Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives, Devious Maids), Season 2 of Why Women Kill features a new ensemble...
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Dave Bautista Says Being Cast in ‘Knives Out 2’ is “Terrifying,” But Also Validating

Knives Out is a film built on a foundation of cinematic pleasures. Its witty, twisted script. Rian Johnson’s quietly stylish direction. Production and costume design that make you want to redecorate and replace your entire wardrobe. But at the top of that heap is the cast. Daniel Craig’s private detective Benoit Blanc found himself surrounded by a murderer’s row of suspects, each and every one of them played by an actor that you (you meaning “everyone reading this sentence”) like to watch onscr...
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New The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light Character Art Revealed

Brand new character art for the upcoming The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light film has been released today, showcasing some of the demons in the series.   RELATED: My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission Stealth Suits Revealed Initially revealed by Natalie, the art shows some of the facial expressions and general attitude of two of the demons in the film. Nabaka Suzuki, the creator of The Seven Deadly Sins, commented on the drawings, saying that he wanted the faces of the characters to refl...
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