Rocky Lane's Black Jack #25 - Steve Ditko art

Rocky Lane's Black Jack #25Rocky Lane's Black Jack v1 #25, 1958 - Out of five Steve Ditko issues on this series, this one contains the most stories. "Horse Hunters Bait" and "Storm's Warning" are looser and aesthetically similar to Ditko's other Charlton works from the same era. "Trail Pards" and "A Remembered Friend", on the other hand, are rendered more tightly, emphasizing line rather than [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Detained: Too Good For School Handing Out Serious Beatings

Individuals who enjoy sexy schoolgirls who can take down hordes of bad guys will find that Detained: Too Good For School matches well with their tastes as the title follows a busty schoolgirl falsely accused of drug smuggling, prompting her to go on a violent journey to find out who framed her. An overview covering […]
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THAT Kind Of Testing

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Superhero Bits: ‘Sweet Tooth’ Stirs Up Newspaper Controversy, ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ Cast Reacts to Cancellation & More

What are the running times for the first two episodes of Marvel’s Loki series? Why did it take half a year to make Soldier Boy‘s costume for The Boys? Why did the inspiration for Danny Elfman‘s Batman score come at the worst time? Will you get an action figure of Owen Wilson‘s character from Loki? Did you know a Green Lantern scene almost caused Zack Snyder’s Justice League to fall apart? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s the first promo for “Rebirth,” the sixteen...
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Tokyo Fashion: A Comic Book

That subtitle is a little misleading, as this is more of a scrapbook with comic strips included. Tokyo Fashion by Nodoka has 44 suggestions on “how to look stylish when you’ve got zero time to think about it!” (Plus, four for men, although they’re weirdly specific.) Each tip is accompanied by a couple of outfit drawings and a short (3-4 panel) comic strip in which the protagonist takes advice from her cat. Of course, the usefulness of any style advice [...]
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Review: The Dry

— by RON WILKINSON — Personal crisis in the context of climate crisis is a winning combination these days. There is something about the world burning up that reflects the burning of the soul, a land laid waste and a spirit destroyed in the wake of deception and betrayal. Although this has been done before, […]
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Tuesday, June 8 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for June 8, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Star Trek: Picard Location: S Grand Ave & W 5th St, Los Angeles  Filming in Connecticut TV Series: Ray Donovan Location: 50 Union Ave., New Haven (until June 10th) Filming in Illinois TV Series: 4400 Location:6901-7000 W Bloomingdale Ave., […] The post Tuesday, June 8 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Samsung Sam Lays Down & Takes It in Erotic Animation

The Internet’s unquenchable thirst for Samsung Sam has persisted as another artist has produced a perverse parody involving the non-existent assistant, throwing her onto the ground and forcing her to take a long rod and sure to only inspire artists into making even more sex-centric art. The steadily growing abundance of erotica for Samsung Sam […]
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Netflix's Blood Red Sky Is Basically 'Vampires on a Plane'

This teaser for Netflix’s Blood Red Sky starts off like a rather generic action flick: a mom and her young son settle in for a long-haul flight, only to realize to their horror that their plane has been taken over by money-hungry hijackers. What to do? Well... from the looks of things, mom’s got a fang-tastic secret.Read more...
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Former MoviePass executives settle FTC allegations that they 'took steps to block subscribers from using the service'

MoviePass shut down its subscription service in September 2019. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider An FTC complaint alleged MoviePass execs Mitch Lowe and Ted Farnsworth "took steps to block subscribers." The FTC obtained emails from the execs about a "deceptive" plan to limit user access to the service. The complaint substantiated Insider's reporting on how subscribers were blocked from the service. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Federal Trade Commission on Monday a...
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‘Black Widow’ IMAX Screenings Will Feature 22 Minutes of Larger Aspect Ratio Footage

  Marvel Studios’ Phase Four kicks off on the big screen next month with Black Widow, the spy thriller starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz. And if you happen to see the movie in an IMAX theater, you’ll get an eyeful: IMAX audiences will get to see over 20 minutes of footage in the expanded aspect ratio that the company is known for. Deadline reports that Black Widow, the first Marvel Studios feature film to be released since Spider-Man: Far From Home h...
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The 1966 Batman TV Series Finally Has a Perfect Bat-Cave Playset

Well, it’s getting a perfect Bat-Cave playset, to be more precise—courtesy of McFarlane Toys.Read more...
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The Munsters Film in the Works From Rob Zombie

(Photo by CBS Photo Archive via Getty Images) Rob Zombie’s next film will be a new reboot of The Munsters. “Attention Boils and Ghouls! The rumors are true!” Zombie wrote on his Instagram. “My next film project will be the one I’ve been chasing for 20 years! The Munsters! Stay tuned for exciting details as things progress!” MORE: Black Widow to Open With Expanded Aspect Ratio Exclusively in IMAX Check out his post below with a mock-up logo for the new film:   View t...
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The IDX WordPress plugin for real estate

[Note from editor: The “Mastermind Showcase” highlights companies and news from memb ers of the GEM. Today’s showcase: Showcase IDX.] Showcase IDX is a real estate search and engagement platform for agent, team, and brokerage websites. The technology integrates into existing WordPress websites and combines advanced map-based searching with modern search options. Proprietary indexes also allow your site visitors to search across multiple MLS feeds. Other features include lead routing, forced regi...
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Actor Danny Masterson pleads not guilty to alleged rapes, surrenders passport

LOS ANGELES — Actor Danny Masterson pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he raped three women at his Hollywood Hills home between 2001 and 2003. The 45-year-old defendant — best known for appearing on “That ’70s Show” and “The Ranch” — was ordered on May 21 to stand trial by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Charlaine Olmedo, who said that she “found all three witnesses to be credible and the evidence presented during a preliminary hearing sufficient to support the charges.” At Monday’s arra...
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Facing backlash, Pacaso implements changes in NorCal

The second home co-ownership startup announced it will only buy homes valued at $2 million or more in Napa and Sonoma, and pledged a $20,000 donation to an affordable housing-related nonprofit for each Pacaso home sold.
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Kurokawa Miko Ero-Cosplay by Hidori Rose Incredibly Eager

The once thick Hidori Rose has enchanted cosplay fanatics once more as she has shown off her interpretation of the unparalleled Kurokawa Miko, the woman being unable to stop herself from exposing her breasts and bound to captivate males, despite whether or not they know of the character in question (an original female designed by […]
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Gold Rush: The Game Review – Finding Pyrite

When the Discovery Channel broadcast the first episode of the gold mining reality series Gold Rush back in 2010, it is doubtful that they had any idea just how popular it would become. But after 11 seasons, 258 episodes, numerous studio-based after shows and live specials, as well as no less than six spin-offs, it’s still going strong. Following the exploits of multiple teams of miners as they try to mine as many ounces of the shiny stuff as they can from the harsh Yukon terrain each year, Gold...
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Rainbow Six Extraction Loses ‘Quarantine’ Subtitle for Some Reason

Ubisoft revealed Rainbow Six Quarantine in E3 2019, a game about some sort pandemic, has finally been renamed in light of, well, the state of the outside world. The publisher unveiled the new title, one less likely to conjure up negative comparisons to the last 15 months: Rainbow Six Extraction. This announcement of the new game was coupled with a pre-reveal, stating that more of the co-op shooter will be shown at Ubisoft Forward on June 12. Sentient. Consuming. Inevitable. See what awaits you...
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Sunset Overdrive Resurfaces on Twitter, Teases Fizzie in Ratchet & Clank

Insomniac Games’ Sunset Overdrive originally came out in 2014 for the Xbox One and in 2018 on PC, but it never came to PlayStation systems. But given a few cheeky tweets, that might be changing. The Sunset Overdrive Twitter account breathed its first breath since 2018, which prompted a response from the official PlayStation Twitter account. While it might just be an innocent crossover, this has led some to believe that a remaster of the first game, a sequel, or both are coming to the PS5 (and p...
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New ‘The Munsters’ Movie Will Be Directed by Hardcore ‘Munsters’ Fan Rob Zombie

There have been rumors that Rob Zombie would direct a Munsters movie for years – and now, it’s official. Mr. Zombie confirmed this himself on social media, promising more “exciting details as things progress.” While this may seem like a weird choice to some, Zombie is a full-fledged Munsters fanboy. His son “Dragula” references the car the Munsters owned, and he even did a commentary track for a Blu-ray release of the film Munster, Go Home! It’s official: Rob Zombie is directing The Munsters...
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‘She Said’ Will Let Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan Take Down Harvey Weinstein

The Harvey Weinstein scandal sent shockwaves through Hollywood when The New York Times broke the story in 2017 – not necessarily because of the sexual nature of the crimes Weinstein allegedly committed, but because a high-powered producer was actually being forced to suffer consequences in an industry that often looked the other way. Now the story of Weinstein’s downfall is coming to the big screen in a new movie from Universal Pictures. Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan are in negotiations to play ...
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Construction startup Katerra files for bankruptcy

The company blamed its financial position on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, difficulty securing funding for new construction and “unsuccessful attempts to secure additional capital and business.”
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Atelier Ryza Lila Decyrus Swimsuit Figure Particularly Vulnerable

Although Ryza is treated by many as the star of the Atelier Ryza series, the insurmountably well-endowed Lila Decyrus might earn some more positive opinions thanks to this upcoming figurine, dressing her in a swimsuit as she performs a high kick that will prove to be a good opportunity for perverts to do something uncouth […]
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Black Widow to Open With Expanded Aspect Ratio Exclusively in IMAX

BEGIN SLIDESHOW IMAX has announced that Marvel Studios’ Black Widow, set to be released by The Walt Disney Company on July 9, will debut with 22 minutes of select scenes in expanded aspect ratio exclusively in IMAX. Black Widow is the first new movie in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the first new Marvel Studios theatrical release since 2019. RELATED: Marvel Studios Unveils New Special Look For Black Widow In the film, Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow confronts the darker p...
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Amateur radio videos: How to get free parts, The Secret Life of the Radio

How to get almost any part for free or cheap Jeremy Fielding is an amazing maker who has made all kinds of things from scavenged parts. In this video, he gives you eight tips on how to find free parts from non-working appliances, defunct exercise equipment, and non-functioning electronics equipment. The secret life of the radio Tim Hunkin has a great talent for explaining technology. Here, is his classic video on the history and basics of radio.   Amateur radio operators are still...
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Daily Podcast: Indiana Jones 5, Vertigo, The Conjuring, Loki, and More

On the June 7 , 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Indiana Jones 5 , The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It , a Vertigo video game, The Munsters movie, and the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel cast. Then weekend editor Brad Oman joins to talk about the Disney+ series Loki . Opening Banter :  In The News : Chris: ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Could F...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Indiana Jones, Tom Hiddleston, Chris, Brad, Kevin Feige, Ben Pearson, Issa Rae, Michael Waldron, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Michael Chaves, Alfred Hitchcock Movie

Watch: Short Film 'Quartz' About the Eternal Struggle to Create Art

"Maybe you should just make something! Because you wanted to, and not for any other reason." Need a bit of a creative boost? Or just want to think deeper about creativity? This short film Quartz is an entrancing, thought-provoking short asking questions and building a narrative on the grand challenge of being creative and creating art. There's no real introduction provided, just that this is an "existential exploration into the creative process." But once it gets going you'll be sucked into ...
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A ‘Loki’ Short Film Almost Had the God of Mischief Running a Studio 54-Like Club in the 1970s

Loki is the latest Marvel series headed to Disney+, dropping Tom Hiddleston‘s God of Mischief into a time-hopping adventure. And this isn’t the first time the folks at Marvel considered giving Hiddleston’s Loki his own solo adventure. As Kevin Feige revealed during a press conference today, there was once a plan for a short film that would have Loki running a Studio 54-like club back in the ’70s. Are you ready for Loki? You better be, because the series premieres on Disney+ this week! Much o...
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