May 25: Moment Magazine: The Man Behind the Masks (Stan Lee)

The Man Behind the Masks: Stan Lee and Marvel Comics with Journalists Abraham Riesman and Dan Raviv Tuesday, May 25 at 4:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 p.m. PT Stanley Lieber, better known as Stan Lee, revolutionized the comic industry and helped create superheroes like Spider-Men, X-Men, Black Panther and more for Marvel Comics. Join Abraham Riesman, author of  True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee  in conversation about Lee's complicate...
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Popular Romance #22 - Alex Toth art

Popular Romance #22Popular Romance v1 #22, 1953 - Vying between two childhood sweethearts, Debby makes her move but tragic circumstances upend her future plans. Alex Toth begins his run on the series, experimenting with cropping and panel composition along the way. His skillful storytelling is bolstered by Mike Peppe's fine inking. Details are nicely highlighted throughout the pages. Despite a [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Thor #271 - Walt Simonson art & cover

Walt Simonson Thor v1 #271, 1978 - The Avengers, Nick Fury or Thor join forces to take on a rogue computer called F.A.U.S.T. Walt Simonson ends his first run on the series the same way he started: producing artwork of sub-par quality. Being paired with an insensitive inker accounts for much of it, but his layouts also lack the inventiveness of previous works. On a more positive note, Simonson [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Daisy and Donald #4 - Carl Barks reprints

Daisy and Donald #4(Walt Disney's) Daisy and Donald v1 #4, 1973 - This comic features mostly reprints, among them a fine Daisy Duck tale by Carl Barks. "The Giant Cowry Shell" comes from Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #224. Other artists in this Gold Key bronze age humor issue include Pete Alvarado and Bob Gregory.  - - - - - - - - - - Home / Barks / Daisy and Donald ebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Bill Burr Full Interview on CONAN

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Woman Shoots Husband With Crossbow, Stabs Him in the Neck

A woman who had grown furious over her marriage was arrested after she viciously attacked her husband with a crossbow and a knife, the poor sap apparently forgiving the woman as he pleaded that he wanted to keep living with her. The trial between the 34-year-old unemployed woman and her 37-year-old husband was recently held, […]
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Sleep Sex Ero-Anime Oyasumi Sex Somehow Sleeping Soundly

Oyasumi Sex has continued to give watchers what they want as the main couple have sex whilst the woman slumbers, with their other family members making an appearance and causing the couple to try and hide their intimacy (and sure to have some hoping these new females will join in come later episodes). Omake:
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Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement Leads June 2021 Netflix Anime

Have you finished every season of The Seven Deadly Sins available on Netflix and in need of more? Well, you’re in luck. The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement will be coming to the streamer next month. Netflix revealed the newest season of the hit anime TV series would be available for viewers on June 28. The other anime offerings coming in June, as shown in the video, include Pretty Guardians Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2, Godzilla Singular Point, Trese, and Record of Ragna...
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Netflix Hiring Executive for Push Into Game Market

Netflix is deciding it may wish to expand its service to that of video games as they are seeking an executive for aid in this endeavor, a natural turn of events considering the success of their shows that are based on games. It has not been learned if this means Netflix will create its own […]
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Funimation Adds 80s Anime Including Little Nemo & God Mazinger

A trio of classic 80s anime have made their way to the Funimation streaming service. Starting today, May 23, the full anime television series of God Mazinger and Space Adventure Cobra, as well as the anime film Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland, will be available on the streamer. The three new entries further expand Funimation’s iconic anime offerings which include Speed Racer, Dragon Ball Z, and Astro Boy. RELATED: One Piece, Kakushigoto Headline Funimation’s August 2021 Blu-ray Releases ...
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My Hero One’s Justice 2 Adding Gentle Criminal & La Brava as DLC

The Byking and Bandai Namco’s My Hero Academia fighting game My Hero One’s Justice 2 is getting another set of DLC characters. According to Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, Gentle Criminal and La Brava will be included in the fifth DLC character set for My Hero One’s Justice 2. While a specific release date has not been given, it is mentioned the characters will release “soon.” RELATED: Demon Slayer Game Adds Kyojuro Rengoku, View Updated Roster Danjuro Tobita, also known as Gentle Crimi...
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Kevin Spacey Set to Star in Italian Film The Man Who Drew God

After nearly three years of being off-screen, Kevin Spacey is set to star in the Italian film L’uomo Che Disegno Dio or, for English-speaking audiences, The Man Who Drew God. According to ABC News, the film will be directed by Franco Nero. Starring alongside Spacey will be Vanessa Redgrave, Nero’s wife. The Man Who Drew God will be filmed in Italy. Nero did express his excitement for Spacey’s involvement with his upcoming film. RELATED: Kevin Spacey Fired from House of Cards “I’m very happy Kev...
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Wanda Group Sells Off Almost Entire Stake in AMC Theatres

Chinese conglomerate Wanda Group is apparently done with AMC Theatres. Wanda has had a controlling stake in the massive theater chain since 2012, but a new report reveals that it has essentially sold off its entire stake in AMC Theatres, exiting the U.S. theatrical exhibition business in the process. Part of this seems to be due to recent Reddit-inspired traders that caused AMC shares to go up nearly 300 percent. The Wanda Group is huge. It has investments in pretty much everything and anyth...
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CKY Might Have Revealed Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 Remastered

While things seemed grim for the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater franchise when Vicarious Visions merged with Blizzard, it seems there may still be hope for the series. American rock band CKY (an abbreviation for Camp Kill Yourself) may have revealed a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 Remaster is in the works. In an episode of the Behind Closed Doors podcast, CKY drummer Jess Margera was discussing how bands can earn money besides album sales. “Now touring is your main income, and you really have to try and get...
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‘Cruella’ Featurette Digs into the Rockin’ Soundtrack, Now Available for Your Listening Pleasure

Disney’s Cruella doesn’t arrive until next week, but the film’s score and soundtrack are available now for your listening pleasure. This isn’t your average whimsical Disney score with uplifting songs about love and adventure. Instead, Cruella comes with a rockin’ soundtrack inspired by London in the 1970s, so we get jams from Queen, The Clash, Blondie, Electric Light Orchestra, Nina Simone and more. A new Cruella music featurette dives into the impressive roster of songs you’ll hear in the movi...
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Reflects on a Weird Year with Anya Taylor-Joy, Gets Excited About Movies & More

Saturday Night Live brought their 46th season to an end last night with Split and The Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy making her hosting debut. The show kicked off by reflecting on one of the weirder years in the show’s history, which returned to production with strict safety measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. Weirdly enough, it’s a bit nostalgic for how COVID-19 ended up bringing them (and us) closer together, even as we had to literally be further apart. However, the most ...
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Azur Lane Introduces the Wonderfully Bouncy New Jersey

Azur Lane‘s next upcoming event is set to unleash yet another salvo of new sultry shipgirls, prompting Yostar Pictures to also animate a short PV for Iowa-class battleship New Jersey, one of the new collectible maidens who is more than eager to show off just how bouncy she is in the chest region. The enticing […]
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Trailer Round-Up: ‘Pink: All I Know So Far’, ‘Blue Miracle’, ‘The Protégé’, ‘Meet the Blacks 2’ & More

You like movies! So why not check out some of the movie trailers that might have fallen through the cracks and didn’t get your attention? In this round-up, we’ve got Netflix’s summer releases Blue Miracle and Ghost Lab, the horror spoof sequel The House Next Door: Meet the Black 2, a music documentary featuring recording star Pink, and a new action thriller called The Protégé starring Maggie Q and Samuel L. Jackson. Blue Miracle The incredible true story of Casa Hogar, the Mexican boys h...
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Monday, May 24 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for May 24, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Untitled Showtime Lakers Project Location: 1911 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles  Filming in New York TV Series: Pittsburgh (code name for “Better Nate than Ever”) Location: Broadway and 74th St., New York Credit: @takelyn TV Series: Power Book III: Raising Kanan  […] The post Monday, May 24 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Yurucamp Returns as Relaxing OVA in July

The official Twitter account for the Yurucamp series has announced the anime will return with an OVA in late July of this year, sure to provide more tranquil scenery and moe antics courtesy of the show’s camp-loving girls. The tweet that also shared a few screenshots: The OVA, titled “Traveling Rin Shima”, will feature the […]
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Atom The Beginning Manga Cover Art Collection

Atom: The Beginning (アトム ザ・ビギニング) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tetsuro Kasahara (カサハラテツロー), with writing contributions by Makoto Tezuka and Masami Yuki ( Patlabor ). The series is a prequel to Osamu Tezuka’s Astro Boy manga series, depicting the events up until the birth of Astro Boy. I really dig the visual style of these cover illustrations by Tetsuro Kasahara, which brings to mind Yukito Kishiro’s ( Battle Angel Alita ) art work, both of whom seem to be influenced ...
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‘Possessor’ Director Brandon Cronenberg Turning J.G. Ballard Novel ‘Super-Cannes’ Into Limited Series

Brandon Cronenberg is following in his father’s footsteps and adapting a J.G. Ballard novel. Cronenberg’s dad David helmed the brilliant, disturbing car crash sex movie Crash, based on a Ballard novel of the same name, and now Brandon is going to turn Ballard’s book Super-Cannes into a limited series. The story is set in a multinational business park that “is a virtual city-state in itself, built for the most elite high-tech industries.” If you’re thinking, “Hey, that sounds a little like Ben W...
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Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’ Debuts First Footage Before Full Trailer Arrives on Tuesday

Edgar Wright has delivered incredible blends of comedy, action, horror and sci-fi  with movies like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End. But the filmmaker is about to give us something extremely different with his latest effort. Last Night in Soho is a straight-up psychological horror-thriller starring Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen’s Gambit) and Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit). The movie was meant to be released last year, but ended up getting pushed back due to the coronavirus pandem...
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Official Trailer for Strange Dark Mystery Thriller 'Caveat' on Shudder

"Do you think he's going to let you leave there?" Shudder has released an official trailer for a strange Irish dark mystery thriller titled Caveat, which first premiered at the IndieCork Film Festival in Ireland last fall. It begins streaming on Shudder in a few weeks. How's this for a terrifying premise: A lone drifter suffering from partial memory loss accepts a job to look after a psychologically troubled woman in an abandoned house on an isolated island. Uhh. "A tense, slow-building cat-...
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IMAX Update: F9 Is Best Opening Weekend Since Pandemic Began

F9: The Fast Saga leads this week’s IMAX update as it received the best opening weekend since the pandemic began. The latest entry in the action franchise brought in $14 million from IMAX theaters and became the second biggest May international opening ever, which is made more impressive by it opening in 26 countries fewer than the top holder, Captain America: Civil War. It received the impressive gross from just 800 screens and is Universal’s third-biggest IMAX opening weekend ever after Juras...
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Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead is Good Until...

Zack Snyder’s new Netflix Zombie action flix Army of the Dead premiered Friday, May 21, on the streaming service.Read more...
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New Release Review [Cinema] - GRANADA NIGHTS

A young Brit finds himself alone in Spain following a painful breakup. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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First Teaser for Edgar Wright’s LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, Starring Anya Taylor-Joy

A full trailer is coming this Tuesday! Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Spiral Helps Saw Franchise Top $1 Billion In Worldwide Box Office

The Saw franchise hit a major milestone this weekend that put the Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures horror franchise in elite company. Spiral, which stars Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, was once again the No. 1 film in North America. The success of the latest entry also brought the Saw franchise past the $1 billion mark. Lionsgate reports that the estimated cume is now at $1,000,799,533. Spiral is the sixth film in the popular franchise to take the top spot in North America. It brought in $4.55...
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