More Fun Comics #52 - 1st Spectre (key)

More Fun Comics #52 More Fun Comics v1 #52, 1940 - When Detective Jim Corrigan constantly disrupts "Gat" Benson's criminal operations, he kidnaps him and his finacee en route to their engagement party. In grisly fashion, the detective's body is put in a barrel and dumped off a pier. Unbelievably, he returns to life as Spectre with mission. In his key first appearance, the character only appears [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Vigorous Hanma Baki Anime Really Going All Out

The upcoming Hanma Baki anime is approaching what many believe to be the greatest arc of the series as a new trailer has teased some captivating scenes, the grand display sure to have those unfamiliar with the source material just as excited as those who know what is coming. The action-heavy trailer that briefly shows […]
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Yui Minamoto Maid Ero-Figure Courteously Presents Her Nude Breasts

Artist Hisasi‘s original girl Yui Minamoto is ready to please and serve in figure form as the woman proudly presents herself to onlookers, her breasts able to be exposed like most erotic figurines and bound to give her infinitely more appeal when she becomes attainable in February 2022. Yui Minamoto can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Stockings, Artists, Anime, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Maids, Zettai Ryouiki, Ero-figures, Kadokawa, Cast-off, Original Figures, Hisasi, Yui Minamoto

James Gunn Had ‘No Rules’ for R-Rated The Suicide Squad

Warner Bros.’ upcoming film The Suicide Squad is set to be one of the more raunchy comic book films in recent memory. Being an R-rated film, director James Gunn had much more freedom to go as far as he wanted to with the film, and according to him, it’s something he took advantage of.   RELATED: John Cena and James Gunn Offer New Description of HBO’s Peacemaker Speaking to Empire in a recent interview ahead of the film’s release later this year, Gunn praised the no-holds-barred approach of the...
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Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two Screens Show Poison Ivy & More

BEGIN SLIDESHOW DC’s Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two is set to release later this month. Ahead of the feature-length animated film, Warner Bros. has released some more screenshots from the movie showcasing many of the villains that Batman will face off against.   RELATED: David Dastmalchian on Voicing Calendar Man in Batman: The Long Halloween The slideshow below shows Batman interacting with some of the more iconic villains from the story. These include Calendar Man (David Dastmalchia...
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Paramount+’s Pet Sematary Prequel Adds Four Actors

The latest entry in the Pet Sematary franchise is seeing its cast fill out, with The Hollywood Reporter noting that the prequel film, set to stream exclusively on Paramount+, has added some big stars.    RELATED: Taika Waititi: There’ll Be More Emotion in Thor: Love and Thunder According to the report, Jack Mulhern (Mare of Easttown), Forrest Goodluck (The Revenant) have both joined the film, along with Natalie Alyn Lind (Big Sky) and Isabella Star LaBlanc. Lindsey Beer is attached to direct t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Maine, Streaming, Paramount, Louis, George R R Martin, Taika Waititi, Lorenzo, Matt Thompson, Movie News, Steven Schneider, Dennis Widmyer, Jeff Buhler

Batman Writer Praises Manga’s Success, Explains the Degradation of Western Comics

Chuck Dixon, a well-known Batman writer, has shared his opinion on why the Western comics industry is steadily declining, additionally explaining why manga is succeeding in comparison whilst also singing its praises. Recently uploading the 65th iteration of his “Ask Chuck Dixon” series on YouTube, Chuck was asked “What is your theory/thoughts on why Manga […]
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Mike Colter Still Doesn’t Have Closure Over Luke Cage Cancellation

When Luke Cage debuted on Netflix in 2016, it quickly became one of the most popular shows on the streaming platform and one of the most popular shows of Marvel’s series on Netflix. However, Luke Cage – along with other Marvel shows like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Punisher, and Iron Fist – were eventually canceled, something that star Mike Colter says he still hasn’t gotten over.   RELATED: Kevin Feige on Potential Arrival of Netflix’s Marvel Heroes into the MCU Speaking to Collider in a new in...
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Taika Waititi: There’ll Be More Emotion in Thor: Love and Thunder

  Thor: Love and Thunder is set to release later next year, and ahead of the release of the film, Taika Waititi is speaking about the film and how it will differ from past Thor entries.   RELATED: Thor: Love and Thunder Is ‘The Craziest Thing’ Taiki Waititi Has Done Speaking to Empire on the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Waititi noted that Love and Thunder will be different from any other entry, and feature much more emotion. “It’s very different from Ragnarok,” said Waititi. “It’s...
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Is Thor: Love and Thunder the Craziest Thing Taika Waititi's Ever Done?

Taika Waititi is a Hollywood golden boy. He’s riding high on his Oscar win for his film Jojo Rabbit and on to his following projects, Soccer film Next Goal Wins and Thor: Love and Thunder.Read more...
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Black Widow Director Discusses Taskmaster’s Surprise Reveal

After months of waiting, Black Widow has finally released in both theaters and on Disney Plus, and fans can finally experience one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. In a new interview with GamesRadar, Black Widow director Cate Shortland spoke about the film’s villain, Taskmaster, whose identity reveal is one of the bigger surprises of the film.   RELATED: Black Widow Review – Scarlett Johansson Shines in MCU Spy Flick Before we dive in, it’s important to note that this intervie...
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Kill Time Seiheki Series Docchi ga Eroi Explores All the Sexual Fetishes

Kill Time Seiheki Series Docchi ga Eroi recently released a tankoubon for Japanese residents to purchase, sure to be highly valuable as the erotic manga explores the many fetishes in existence and explains their appeal in a contest that will determine the fate of the human world. In order to save the human world from […]
Tags: Comedy, Education, Rape, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Futanari, Eroi

Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: TALE OR TAIL OR ENTAIL OR CURTAIL at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: July 24, 2021)

It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same rhyme word. Then you post your limerick(s) as a comment to this post and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too. I hope you’ll join me in writing limericks using TALE OR TAIL OR ENTAIL OR CURTAIL at the end of any one line. (Homonyms or homophones are fine.) The best submission will be crowned Limerick-Off Award Winner. (Here’s last week’s Limerick-Off Award Winner.) Additionally, ...
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Limerick-Off Award (473)

It’s time to announce the latest Limerick-Off winners based on submissions (on this blog and on Facebook) in the last Limerick-Off. Congratulations to SJAAN VANDENBROEDER, who wins the Limerick-Off Award for this funny limerick: I’m so square, I get dizzy on gin — Just one round and my head starts to spin. Then I circle about, Quite obtusely, no doubt, Wond’ring what kind of shape I am in. Congratulations to TIM JAMES, who wins the Special ETIQUETTE-Themed Limerick Award for this funny limeric...
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Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai Preciously Struggling to Survive

Meme series Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai has at long last gotten its first PV as the titular dark realm commander struggles to adapt to normal human life in her plot to restore her homeland to its former glory, the PV hopefully ensuring readers of the manga that the adaptation will be everything they could have hoped […]
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Godzilla vs. Kong : One Will Fall Art Book Review

Godzilla vs. Kong is the 4th film in the Monsterverse franchise of films after Godzilla, Kong : Skull Island and Godzilla – King Of The Monsters. Eschewing any human elements in whatever narrative was necessary to set up the final smack-down between the two Kaiju titans, the film delivered a satisfying and spectacle filled third act as Godzilla and Kong tagteamed to take down Mecha-Godzilla. This huge 162 paged, sturdy hardcover art book explores a good collection of concept art and sketc...
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How Moral Orel Prepared Chris McKay for Success in Films

Before Chris McKay worked on The Lego Movie and helmed the Chris Pratt blockbuster The Tomorrow War, he worked on and directed many episodes of Adult Swim’s Moral Orel. The shockingly dark show received rave reviews for its intricate storylines and McKay enjoyed getting to work on the cult classic. “I loved working on Moral Orel,” McKay told ComingSoon. “I’d been working on Robot Chicken, and Moral Oral and Robot Chicken they sort of shared a space and a team of animators and things like that. ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Adult Swim, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Chris, Phil, McKay, Dino, Robot Chicken, Lego Movie, ComingSoon

Alan Tudyk & Hannah Kasulka in Con Comedy 'Playing God' Trailer

"Can't stop now, it's the role of a lifetime." Vertical Ent. has released an official trailer for an indie comedy titled Playing God, a film from writer / director Scott Brignac. It's debuting in August despite not showing up at any festivals before. A brother & sister con-artist duo find themselves scamming a grieving billionaire by convincing him they can introduce him to God, face-to-face. They recruit their mentor, and together the three of them attempt the biggest con of their lives. Th...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Indies, To Watch, Alan Tudyk, Hannah Kasulka, Scott Brignac, Hannah Kasulka Luke Benward, Michael McKean Jude Demorest Marc Menchaca, Alan Tudyk Hannah Kasulka

‘Something Is Killing the Children’ and It’s Gonna Be Mike Flanagan with a Netflix TV Series Adaptation

If you saw Doctor Sleep you know that if there’s one thing you can say about Mike Flanagan it’s that that he’s really good at killing children. On film, of course! Call off the lawyers, Mike, I clarified it there at the last second. But seriously, he butchers poor little Jacob Tremblay (aka America’s younger brother) brutally in that movie, so it’s no surprise at all to me that if Netflix is doing an adaptation of the comic book Something Is Killing the Children and Mike Flanagan is involved wi...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Uncategorized, America, Netflix, Adaptation, Archer, Slaughter, Jacob Tremblay, Macy, Mike, Flanagan, Gerald, Hill House, Mike Flanagan

The 2021 British Podcast Awards – full winners list

All the winners have been announced for the 2021 British Podcast Awards powered by Amazon Music at Brockwell Park in London, hosted by Jordan North, William Hanson and Poppy Jay. Guest presenters at the event also included Fearne Cotton, Jessie Ware, Oti Mabuse, My Dad Wrote A Porno, Vick Hope, Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Kurupt FM, No Such Thing As A Fish and Deborah Frances-White. It was a knock-out evening for VENT Documentaries, a podcast that shares the formative experiences of young people in...
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Matt Thompson on Frisky Dingo Still Holding Up, Easter Egg in New Film

America: The Motion Picture is the latest project from Matt Thompson, who has worked on animated classics such as Archer and Sealab 2021. However, one of his most beloved titles is Adult Swim’s Frisky Dingo, which has become a cult classic despite its short run and has been seen as ahead of its time due to its election storyline that drew comparisons to the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. To Thompson, the show still holds up and there’s even an Easter egg in America for fans of the show. “I’ve...
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‘Loki’ Originally Featured a Scene Where Frog Thor Beat Up the God of Mischief

The Marvel Cinematic Universe appears to be moving in the direction of more and more animal superheroes: not just reptiles, but also amphibians. While we wait for the inevitable Alligator Loki spin-off (that’s not seriously a thing … yet), fans will have to content themselves with the hatching of Easter eggs. But one such Easter egg almost had a bigger debut in Loki. Frog Thor, AKA Throg, is a fan favorite in Marvel Comics, but on the Disney+series Loki, he’s only a tadpole of an idea right now...
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‘Harry Potter’ Virtual Reality Experiences are Coming to New York City’s Wizarding Store

Are you ready to have a magic wand battle over the skies of London… in New York City? Harry Potter New York, the flagship store in Manhattan next to the famous Flatiron Building, has a new virtual reality experience coming to it, which will allow guests to do that and so much more. Located at 935 Broadway in Manhattan, Harry Potter New York just held its grand opening earlier this summer on June 3. The store offers shoppers “the largest collection of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts product...
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First Trailer and Poster for SWEET GIRL, Starring Jason Momoa

The action thriller comes to Netflix in August. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Interview - THE FINAL RIDE Director Mike McMurran

Director McMurran on his new horror anthology. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Netflix Drops Trailer for Creepy French Horror Film The Swarm

French horror movie The Swarm (La Nuée) is hitting Netflix on August 6, 2021.Read more...
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Weekend Post

 Now that most smart people have vaccinated they can again travel.  I'm going to assume that's you.  Still don’t know where to go yet? Allow me to help while shamelessly pushing my... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Valor #4 - Wally Wood cover

Wally Wood  Valor v1 #4, 1955 - On this aesthetically pleasing cover, a Roman centurion fends off a barbarian while on horseback. Wally Wood focuses his inks on the foreground, strengthening the main figures while increasing depth. Additional warriors added to the left-hand margin add to the overall tone. My only criticism is the abruptly cropped sword held by the centurion. I would have [Author: Unknown]
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Single Property Website Support: How Do I Add or Edit An Agent Email Address?

To add or edit an agent email address for your AgencyLogic single property Website PowerSite Pro, follow these steps. Step 1: Visit PowerSitePro.com and login: Step 2: Click the “Agents” link: Step 3: Click the “Edit” icon: Step 4:Add to, or edit the value in the ‘Email’ field: and click the “Update” button: If you have additional questions, email: [email protected] Or give us a call on: (888) 201-5160
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Amateur radio in the news: Hams celebrate Kamehameha Day, solar science stamps, club activates USS Kidd

Hamming it up: Radio operators enjoy competitions, plan special Kamehameha Day event Ham radio operator Lloyd Cabral sits in the station he built inside his Hawaiian Paradise Park home, headphones on and finger moving on a CW, or continuous wave paddle, tapping out a message in Morse code. On other end is an operator more than 2,400 miles away on a beach in Coos Bay, Ore. “This hobby is one of those hobbies that there’s 50 million (avenues) you can pursue,” Cabral said. “From the technology sid...
Tags: Maryland, Navy, Mexico, Nasa, Radio, Canada, US Postal Service, Hawaii, Stamps, Clubs, Special Events, Coos Bay, Morse, Kidd, Kamehameha, Solar Dynamics Observatory

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