Robin Ha at TCAF video

TCAF 2021 - Libraries & Education Day - Memoir Comics Workshop With Robin Ha • Jun 1, 2021 TorontoComics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tA7x0hAvLA Making comics is fun and all it takes are blank papers, a pencil, and a story to start it. Join cartoonist Robin Ha to learn how to turn your daily life into comics. In this workshop, you'll get a basic overview of the comics-making process from d...
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My Own Romance #59 - non-attributed Matt Baker art

My Own Romance #59 My Own Romance v1 #59, 1957 - Studious and pretty, Lily pines for the high school football star, but is ashamed of her working class roots. Using the same six-panel grid throughout, Matt Baker's layouts border on redundancy. He makes up for it with his usual appealing drawing style. An uncredited inker streamlines the pencils without detracting from Baker's original intent.  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Yuka Sakurazawa Bunny Girl Ero-Figure the Definition of Top-Heavy

Figure collectors who have a taste for women of larger than normal proportions can potentially add this item of Yuka Sakurazawa to their collections as the woman’s breasts are so large they are hanging out of her bunny girl outfit – designed by artist Taihei Tengoku, the healthy Yuka Sakurazawa can bounce her way into […]
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Carolyn Belefski is making cicada pins

Back it now $0 pledged 0 backers 27 days left Cicada Enamel Pin We're making hard enamel pins to celebrate periodical cicadas. They won't be here long, but this cheerful pin will be with you forever! [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Superhero Bits: ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Caught up in Tax Fraud Case, ‘The Suicide Squad’ Soundtrack Tease & More

What will Cisco‘s exit be like for his final season on The Flash? Why is Thor throwing a huge party in Marvel’s What If…? animated series? How is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles caught up in a tax fraud scheme? What movie influenced the title of WandaVision? Is William Jackson Harper interested in playing Superman? Why are producers worried Netflix viewers won’t dig into Sweeth Tooth? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Nicole Maines talks about playing Nia Nal/Dreamer, the v...
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Thor: Love and Thunder Is ‘The Craziest Thing’ Taiki Waititi Has Done

Photo Credit: Jasin Boland via Instagram With production on Thor: Love and Thunder officially wrapping up this week, many of the stars and crew have taken to social media to celebrate. Among them was director Taika Waititi, who had some words to share about his latest film.   RELATED: Chris Hemsworth Celebrates Thor: Love and Thunder Filming Ending In a post celebrating the completion of the film, Waititi reminisced a bit on the film and also shared a photo of himself and Chris Hemsworth from ...
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Netflix's Jupiter's Legacy Is Finished for Now, But Its Extended Universe Isn't

Jupiter’s Legacy premiered on Netflix just a month ago, and the streamer has already decided it’s a wrap on the superhero series based on Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s Jupiter’s Legacy comics. But it’s not the end for this corner of the Millarverse; instead, the property is pivoting to an anthology format that will…Read more...
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‘The Netherfield Girls’: ‘Never Have I Ever’ Star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan to Lead Netflix’s Contemporary ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Movie

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that modern-day adaptations of Jane Austen novels are generally pretty decent. There are all-time classics like Clueless, based on Austen’s Emma, and Bridget Jones’ Diary, inspired by Pride and Prejudice, and…a million other contemporary twists on Pride and Prejudice. Now Netflix is giving its own spin on Austen’s most famous novel, with The Netherfield Girls, a contemporary romantic comedy that will star Never Have I Ever breakout star Maitreyi Ramakrishna...
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Thursday, June 3 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for June 3, 2021: Filming in New York TV Series: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Location: Hudson St & Bleecker St; Court St., between Kane St & Baltic St. (Brooklyn), New York Credit: @shsu12 TV Series: Fly Fishing, The Musical (code name for “Life and Beth”) Location: Ditmars Blvd […] The post Thursday, June 3 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Illustration of Azur Lane’s New Jersey Accused of Tracing

Even though she has only been known for a little while, Azur Lane‘s newest shipgirl New Jersey is being accused of being at least partially traced from another artist’s illustration, an event which may leave critics feeling rather doubtful. Japanese websites have been sharing one of the official illustrations of New Jersey and comparing it […]
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Theme Park Bits: The Jungle Cruise Returns, Disneyland to Open to Out-of-State Travelers, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: The Jungle Cruise returns to the Disney theme parks this July. California will welcome out-of-state travelers starting in mid-June. Universal bets on the Tokyo Olympics. And more! As the COVID-19 pandemic becomes…well, let’s say at least more reasonable in the United States, restrictions on a state-by-state level continue to be removed. One of the most cautious states – at least on the level of hygiene theater – has been California. Governor Gavin Newso...
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‘Firestarter’ Reboot Finds Its Firestarter in Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Who Also Appeared in ‘It Chapter 2’

If you were wondering who plays the firestarter in the upcoming Blumhouse Firestarter reboot, wonder no more! Young actor Ryan Kiera Armstrong has landed the role of Charlie, the girl with pyrokinetic powers previously played by Drew Barrymore. This won’t be Armstrong’s first Stephen King adaptation, either. She also had a brief role in It: Chapter 2, where she had the misfortune of being eaten by Pennywise. She’ll have much better luck in Firestarter. The Firestarter reboot is currently in ...
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Atari VCS Release Date Finally Announced

The Atari VCS release date has finally been announced after years of uncertainty. The Atari VCS console will launch on June 15, 2021 for $299.99 without controllers (but it is compatible with other inputs some players may already have). The wireless joystick and controller will each be $60 while a bundle of both controllers and the system will be $400. The console itself will be available for purchase at Micro Center (a store chain with 25 locations across the United States), GameStop, Best Buy...
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Meet Firestarter's Adorable New Pyrokinetic Star, Ryan Kiera Armstrong

The 1984 adaptation of Stephen King’s Firestarter was only Drew Barrymore’s third film—but it, along with E.T., catapulted the 9-year-old to stardom. Those are some big, fiery shoes for a new young actor to fill, but the team behind the Firestarter remake thinks they found the right spark in Ryan Kiera Armstrong.Read more...
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‘The Mosquito Coast’ Renewed for Second Season by Apple TV+

The Mosquito Coast, the Apple TV+ series based on the book by Paul Theroux, is getting a second season. The show stars Justin Theroux and Melissa George and follows a family on the run from the United States government. The book was previously adapted into a 1986 movie starring Harrison Ford. Having not watched the show yet, I’m not entirely sure how they’re getting more than one season out of one book, but I’ll let the folks running the show worry about that. Apple TV+ revealed the news tod...
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Netflix Releases Jupiter’s Legacy Cast, Orders Supercrooks Adaptation

Netflix is preparing to turn Mark Millar’s Jupiter’s Legacy into an anthology franchise, as Deadline is reporting that the company has ordered a live-action adaptation of Supercrooks while releasing the cast of Jupiter’s Legacy. RELATED: CS Score Interviews Jupiter’s Legacy Composer Stephanie Economou Supercrooks delves into the story of the Millarworld’s super-villains and is set to be the next installment in the Jupiter’s Legacy saga. The report also notes that Netflix has opted to no longer ...
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‘The Deep House’ Trailer Blends Aquatic Horror With a Haunted House Story

Get ready to go deep with the spooky, water-logged The Deep House. The new horror film from Inside filmmakers Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo follows a pair of YouTubers who dive down into a sunken house only to discover they’re not alone. In other words, this sounds like a haunted house movie where the house is underwater, and that’s a neat idea we haven’t really seen before. Take a deep breath and watch The Deep House trailer below. The Deep House Trailer  I love watching some aqu...
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‘The Resort’: Peacock Orders Mystery Series From ‘Palm Springs’ Writer and ‘Mr. Robot’ Creator

Andy Siara, the writer of the Hulu comedy Palm Springs, is heading to television for his next project. NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock has ordered eight episodes of a new show called The Resort, which is described as “a multi-generational exploration of love, marriage, and family vacations, set amidst one of the Mayan Riviera’s most bizarre unsolved mysteries.” Siara will write and executive produce this new show alongside Allison Miller, while Sam Esmail, the creator of USA Network’s ...
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Pocket listing suit against NAR shouldn’t have been thrown out: DOJ

The Department of Justice and The PLS argue that lower court should have considered Clear Cooperation Policy's impact on brokers who directly purchase access to listing services, not on buyers and sellers.
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DOJ: Pocket listing suit against NAR shouldn’t have been thrown out

The Department of Justice and The PLS argue that lower court should have considered Clear Cooperation Policy's impact on brokers who directly purchase access to listing services, not on buyers and sellers.
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Nier: Automata’s 2B Has Sex Outdoors for Erotic Animation

Nier: Automata‘s desirable heroine Yorha No. 2 Type B (also known as 2B) has stood the test of time when it comes to popularity as the admirable android again stars in an erotic parody, this time simply featuring the maiden being thrust into in an outdoors environment. While an extremely basic animation, the beauty of […]
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Astro Bot Developer Expanding After Successful PS5 Launch Title

Astro’s Playroom was one of the standout titles of the PS5 launch, even though it was a free game packed in with every system. And with that success, comes growth. Team Asobi is expanding following the release of Astro’s Playroom and now being considered as a part of PlayStation Studios. RELATED: PlayStation Looking to ‘Grow and Strengthen’ PlayStation Studios Team Asobi announced this news through the PlayStation Blog. Studio Director and Creative Director Nicolas Doucet said the developer is ...
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Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle Gets First International Trailer

A brand new international trailer for the upcoming Mamoru Hosoda film Belle has been released, giving fans a taste of what’s to come in the film.   RELATED: Belle Anime Adds Five New Cast Members to the Mamoru Hosoda Film The highly anticipated anime film will be released next month and is the ninth project for Hosoda following his 2018 Oscar-nominated film Mirai. Belle has been described as a touching, coming-of-age story that’s told in a fantasy-filled visual style. The film follows 17-year-...
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Ryan Kiera Armstrong Lands Lead as Charlie in Blumhouse’s Firestarter

(Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images) Ryan Kiera Armstrong (The Tomorrow War, American Horror Story, Anne with an E) will play the lead role of Charlie in Blumhouse and Universal Pictures’ upcoming Firestarter adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror sci-fi novel, according to Deadline. Drew Barrymore played the role in the 1984 movie adaptation, starring alongside David Keith. A first look photo featuring Armstrong in the film was also released. Armstrong will join the previously announce...
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Jimmy Smits honored with Hollywood Walk of Fame star

HOLLYWOOD — A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame honoring Emmy-winning actor Jimmy Smits was unveiled Wednesday in a virtual ceremony two days before the premiere of his latest film, “In the Heights.” Joining Smits in speaking at the ceremony were Lin-Manuel Miranda, a producer of “In the Heights,” which is based on the Broadway musical he co-wrote, and Paris Barclay, who directed episodes of the groundbreaking ABC police drama “NYPD Blue” in which Smits starred, including his final one. The cer...
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The Newest Episode of Netflix’s ‘Snyder School’ is All About Color (or Lack Thereof) in ‘Army of the Dead’

Zack Snyder‘s relationship with color is pretty well-known. He’s a filmmaker with specific aesthetic tastes, most of them being very desaturated or just black-and-white altogether. But at least he’s aware of this. In the latest episode of Snyder School, a four-part YouTube series released by Netflix in the wake of Snyder’s zombie heist thriller Army of the Dead, Snyder admits, “I do love black and white photography, I always have. I’ve always been a fan of slightly desaturated and high contrast...
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Watch: Freaky 90-Sec Horror Short Film 'Shroud' Made on Lockdown

There might be something creepy under the sheets, so be careful when you go to bed tonight… Check out this excellent little "micro-horror short" Shroud made by filmmakers Patrick Mason and his wife Ingrid Heidelberger. This was made by them during lockdown last year entirely on their own at home, with some friends on post, and the best part is that this is actually a really fun short film for just over 60 seconds of actual footage. It's a good one, worth a quick watch. Another fine example o...
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Sean Bean Didn’t Keep Up With Game of Thrones, Responds to Ending

When HBO’s Game of Thrones came to an end over two years ago, it led to quite the outcry from fans of both the show and book series alike. However, at least one person close to the show seems to be pleased with how things have ended.   RELATED: The Staircase: Sophie Turner Joins HBO Max’s Limited True Crime Series In a recent interview with The Times (via IndieWire), actor Sean Bean — who played Ned Stark during the first season of Game of Thrones — revealed that he didn’t keep up with the sh...
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