Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid Rather Grim Yet Constantly Flirting

Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid seeks to entertain viewers by telling the tale of a young duke cursed with the ability to induce death with mere physical contact, the sad character perhaps finding some solace in his beautiful buxom servant as she constantly dotes on him and uses her body nonstop to flirt. Omake:
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The Post on Loki, Boss Baby, and America

Disney trademarked Loki, the Marvel movie character. Some fans of the Norse god were not happy. By Heather Greene / Religion News Service July 2, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/disney-loki-redbubble-trademark/2021/07/02/d59908ec-d9c0-11eb-8fb8-aea56b785b00_story.html   'Boss Baby' sequel offers decent return on investment, with savvy casting and pointed social satire [in print as A case of sequel-itis is helped by savvy casting and socia...
Tags: Comics, Disney, America, Animation, Cartoons, Lincoln, Marvel Cinematic Universe, George Washington, Loki, Religion News Service, Mike Rhode, Boss Baby, Heather Greene, Thomas Floyd Washington, Inkoo Kang Washington Post, America: The Most Picture

Astonishing Tales #10 - Barry Windsor Smith art

Astonishing Tales #10 Astonishing Tales v1 #10 featuring Ka-Zar, 1972 - Barry Smith's only full length Ka-Zar tale, his artwork mostly fails to meet expectations. The layouts are poorly planned and executed. The drawings are crude and hurried, made worse by Sal Buscema's passive inking. There are faint semblances of Smith's talent (see interior page below), but overall the story art is among [Author: Unknown]
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Miscellany - Quiz on Baker and Williamson

Quiz: What was the only comic that Matt Baker and Al Williamson ever collaborated on? Answer - - - - - - - - - - Home / Miscellany [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Andy Kindler Gets CANCELLED

The post Andy Kindler Gets CANCELLED appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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New Release Review [VOD] - FINDING OPHELIA

Fantasy and reality blur when an ad exec becomes obsessed with a mysterious woman. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Strike the Blood IV OVA Has a Cataclysmic Bunny Girl Finale

Strike the Blood IV has at long last ended as its twelfth episodes contains another earth-shattering battle of epic proportions, with some of the female participants choosing to wear bunny girl attire during the fight that will surely distract both their foes and watchers. Omake:
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Visual Cues

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Genshin Impact Rumors Point to Cross-Save Functionality

Genshin Impact has had crossplay for quite some time and now recent rumors are indicating that cross-save is in the works, too. MiHoYo has not confirmed or denied these rumors, but a prominent leaker for the game has claimed that cross-save is coming. The Genshin Report Twitter account reported on this rumored upcoming feature. The cross-save update will come to mobile devices, PC, and PlayStation in the 2.0 update, not the 1.7 update as was previously thought. Genshin Report also claims it wil...
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Sony Denied Zero Punctuation Review Code Due to “Tone of That Coverage”

Zero Punctuation, a video game reviewer known for their fast-paced and brutally honest style of comedy, was allegedly denied a review code after Sony seemed to express a distaste for the “tone of their coverage”, a developer being unable to take criticism being an unsurprising turn of events in this current era of oversensitivity. Zero […]
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Tuesday, July 6 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for July 6, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: True Story Location: 1010 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles (until July 7th) Filming in New York TV Series: The Bad Witch (“Gossip Girl” reboot) Location: Castle Pl. and Elm St.; Liberty Ave. and Chestnut Ln., New Rochelle Follow us on Twitter for updates […] The post Tuesday, July 6 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Resident Evil Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Scotch Whisky

Want to celebrate the 25th anniversary of everyone’s favorite survival horror game in style? If you do, this Resident Evil scotch whisky should do the trick. RELATED: Resident Evil Village DLC Announced Distilled by Glenfarclas Distillery at the Speyside distillery in Ballindalloch, Scotland, this single malt scotch whisky commemorates the 25th anniversary of the beloved survival horror franchise. Just like the Resident Evil franchise, the whisky has aged for 25 years. It is also distilled at “...
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Sword Art Online Movie: Progressive Aria of a Starless Night Release Date

Announced during Aniplex Online Fest 2021, the next Sword Art Online movie is coming to Japanese theaters on October 30, 2021. Fully titled Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night, a new key visual for the film was revealed. As seen in the tweet from the anime’s official Twitter account, the new visual shows Asuna, Kirito, and the brand-new character Mito striking a pose. While a date for its Japan release was revealed, information for its US release has yet to be shar...
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Acorn TV July 2021 Schedule: New Additions Revealed

Acorn TV has revealed its July 2021 schedule, including the final seasons of the popular series Jack Irish, starring Emmy winner Guy Pearce (Mildred Pierce, Mare of Easttown) and The Heart Guy, from Oscar-nominated writer Tony McNamara (The Great). The month also brings the Norwegian drama Outlier, starring Hanne Mathisen Haga as an aspiring criminal psychologist. RELATED: Exclusive The Real Manhunter Trailer For Acorn TV’s True Crime Docuseries Acorn TV July 2021 Lineup Monday, July 5 Ms. ...
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Superman, Lethal Weapon & Goonies Director Richard Donner Dies at 91

(Photo by Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images) ComingSoon.net is saddened to report that prolific director and producer Richard Donner has passed away at the age of 91. The filmmaker reportedly died Monday according to his wife, producer Lauren Schuler Donner, and his business manager. The cause of death has not yet been released. Donner began his career in television — following his time spent helming commercials — directing episodes from a long list of small-screen projects including The Loretta Yo...
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Battle Game In 5 Seconds and More Added to Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Anime

Anime streaming service Crunchyroll continues to give you a reason to stay inside during the summer. Several more series have been added to its summer 2021 lineup, including Battle Game In 5 Seconds. This time around, three new series have been added to the Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Lineup. As mentioned, Battle Game In 5 Seconds makes the cut, as well as Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles, and Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy-. All three are additions to its “New Simulcasts” category, leaving only fiv...
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Taisho Otome Fairy Tale Anime Streaming on Funimation Later This Year

The upcoming anime series Taisho Otome Fairy Tale will stream on the Funimation streaming service later this year. Announced during the Pony Canyon panel at Anime Expo Lite 2021, it was confirmed the series will join the ever-growing list of anime’s available on the Funimation streaming service. Additionally, footage of the series was shown which you can check out for yourself below. Taisho Otome Fairy Tale is set for an October 2021 debut. RELATED: New SK8 the Infinity Anime Officially In the ...
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F9 Crosses $100 Million Domestically, Leads Box Office

As expected, F9: The Fast Saga led the Fourth of July box office with $22.86 million over the 3-day weekend, down 67% from its opening frame. Taking Monday (a holiday for most) into account, the film is expected to raise its domestic total to $123.2 million — the fastest pic to reach that number during the pandemic, per Deadline. The Justin Lin directed feature earned $2.2 million from IMAX locations, bringing that particular domestic number to $9.1 million. Not too shabby. Elsewhere, Boss Baby...
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Richard Donner, Director of ‘Superman,’ ‘Lethal Weapon,’ ‘The Goonies,’ and More, Dead at 91

Richard Donner, prolific Hollywood director and producer, has died. He was 91. Donner died Monday, according to his wife, producer Lauren Schuler Donner, and his business manager. No cause of death has been revealed. Donner directed some of the most iconic movies of the 1970s and ’80s, including Superman, The Goonies, and Lethal Weapon. Donner’s Superman (starring Christopher Reeve) was the first “modern” superhero film, and is at least partially responsible for the Marvel and DC mega-hits of t...
Tags: Death, Hollywood, Movies, Superman, Bill Murray, Philadelphia, Steve McQueen, George Lucas, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Kong, Christopher Reeve, Geoff Johns, Richard-Donner, DONNER, Patty Jenkins

Haruka Kaneshiro Ero-Figure an Indescribable Seductress

Collectors who have a strong taste for seifuku or swimsuits can have both courtesy of this figurine of the adventurous Haruka Kaneshiro, the lissome maiden being an original girl sketched by artist Pija who can be stripped down to her swimsuit or even her bare body – Haruka can be eagerly purchased in October. Haruka […]
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'Superman', 'Lethal Weapon', and 'The Goonies' director Richard Donner has died at 91

Hollywood director and producer Richard Donner. Amanda Edwards / Getty Images Hollywood director and producer Richard Donner has died at the age of 91. Donner's death was confirmed to Deadline by his wife and business manager Lauren Schuler Donner. Donner is best known for the "Lethal Weapon" series, and the original "Superman" film featuring Christopher Reeve. See more stories on Insider's business page. Richard Donner, a well-known Hollywood director and producer behind several ...
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Richard Donner, the Legend That Brought Superman to Cinematic Life, Has Died

Superman director Richard Donner, the beloved filmmaker whose hits behind the camera also include The Goonies, Lethal Weapon, and his work as a producer on X-Men and and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, has passed away at the age of 91.Read more...
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Sean Astin Expects Amazon’s The Lord of the Rings Show Will Be Amazing

Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming The Lord of the Rings series is one of the most anticipated television shows in production, and you can count Sean Astin as someone that is looking forward to it. Astin, who famously played Samwise Gamgee in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy of films, discussed the upcoming show, which is set in the Second Age of Middle-earth before the events of the novels and film, in a recent interview with ComingSoon. RELATED: Exclusive Interview: Sean Astin Talks H...
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Illumination Founder Chris Meledandri Joins Nintendo’s Board of Directors

(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) During Nintendo’s annual shareholders’ meeting, the Q&A revealed that Chris Meledandri, the Oscar-nominated founder and CEO of Illumination Entertainment, has been added to the company’s board of directors. RELATED: Smash Bros. Ultimate Kazuya Showcase Reveals Release Date & Moves During the meeting, Nintendo’s Representative Director and President Shuntaro Furukawa was asked: “What kind of impact on Nintendo’s future do you expect from the appointment of Ch...
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Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of June 26

Hey there, fellow couch potatoes! In the run-up to the Fourth of July weekend, viewers opted for more Godzilla vs. Kong mayhem as the monster flick stayed atop DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 List for the second week in a row, ahead of such titles as Nobody (No. 2), The Marksman (No. 7) and … that’s about it in terms of familiarity. No, really. This week came jam-packed with a bunch of new releases, namely Rick and Morty: S5 (No. 2), Demon Slayer (No. 5), Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One (No. ...
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Werewolves Within: Josh Ruben Talks Knives Out Similarities, Ubisoft’s Input

Based on the Ubisoft virtual reality game of the same name, horror mystery film Werewolves Within is now available digitally. The whodunnit stars Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub, George Basil, Sarah Burns, and more as a series of murders take place in a small town. “After a proposed pipeline creates divisions within the small town of Beaverfield, and a snowstorm traps its residents together inside the local inn, newly arrived forest ranger Finn (Richardson) and postal worker Cecily (Vayntrub) m...
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BritBox July 2021 Schedule: TV and Movie Titles Revealed

BritBox is bringing back its second annual “Mystery Month” this July. Kicking off the month, Luther, starring critically acclaimed and Emmy-nominated actor Idris Elba (The Wire, Thor) makes its way home to BritBox. Also joining the service’s impressive mystery collection in July is true-crime docudrama In the Footsteps of Killers starring Silent Witness actress Emilia Fox and renowned criminologist David Wilson. BritBox continues to be the home to the very best of British mysteries, with title ...
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Card Captor Sakura Icing Art Cookie Has Phenomenal Taste

Food-focused artists have continued to impress and astound with their beautifully constructed confectioneries, this latest creation involving the signature staff of Cardcaptor Sakura‘s main heroine along with franchise mascot Kero, and possibly making watchers wish they had such artistic prowess. The popular minute-long video scored one million views in about a week: Other artists have […]
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Grand Theft Auto VI Rumors Point to Vice City, Potential Release Window

Players have been clamoring for Grand Theft Auto VI news for quite some time, which is usually why it starts to trend. Most of those rumors have likely been fans trying to spin something out of the dead air, but now some of these recent leaks might actually have some merit. According to a few reputable sources. GTAVI is going to be set in modern-day Vice City with multiple protagonists only on current-gen systems. One of these sources speculates that the game won’t come out until 2024 or 2025. ...
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