Gary Gulman Live! (Full Comedy Special)

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Mark Normand on Holmberg’s Morning Sickness

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Melissa Villasenor on Holmberg’s Morning Sickness

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Tom Papa on Holmberg’s Morning Sickness

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NPR on 'Shrek', 'Celestia' and 'Masters Of The Universe: Revelation'

Show, Don't Mattel: 'Masters Of The Universe: Revelation' Is Toying With You Glen Weldon NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour July 24, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/07/24/1017915277/show-dont-mattel-masters-of-the-universe-revelation-is-toying-with-you New Graphic Novel 'Celestia' Wanders An Earth That's No Longer Home Etelka Lehoczky ...
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The Library of Congress wants your original run of Love & Rockets.... and Action #1

At about minute 37 of Peculiar Pop: Genre Comic Books at the Library of Congress, reference librarian Megan Halsband says that the Library needs the first printing of most Love & Rocket comic books. They're also short on Eclipse. And need an Action #1. Also, not mentioned, but they need Saga #1. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Famous First Edition #C-28 - key reprint

Famous First Edition #C-28Famous First Edition v1 #C-28, 1974 - Oversized and captivating, this DC bronze age superhero treasury reprints Detective Comics #27. As comic book collecting gained steam, DC allowed fans to experience the closest thing to owning a golden age gem. These issues preceded the DC Archive Editions by decades.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Famous First Editionebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Daughters of the Dragon special #1 - Marshall Rogers cover & reprints + key reprint

Daughters of the Dragon special #1 Daughters of the Dragon special v1 #1, 2005 - Compiling their adventures from the bronze age, this special issue reprints Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #32, #33 and Bizarre Adventures #25. In addition to these black-and white reprints, Marshall Rogers provides a new full color cover for the occasion. Rounding out the book is a three page preview, continued in a new [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Futanari Sennyuu Sousa Seika Futanari Eroge Infiltrating in More Ways Than One

Futanari Sennyuu Sousa Seika will be looking to relieve those having urges for girl-on-girl futanari action as the title has plenty of females with sizable penises, the eroge possibly even proving effective at entertaining those unenthused by futanari. The enticing visual novel follows undercover agent Seika who infiltrates a prestigious school known for having a […]
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Women in Film, ReFrame, and Time’s Up Call Disney Out for Its Abhorrent Attack of Scarlett Johansson in Legal Battle

Scarlett Johansson has been all over the news lately because she decided to stand up to the largest media corporation on the planet. Johansson alleges that her contract was breached by the decision to release Black Widow to Disney+ before giving it a proper theatrical release. Regardless of how strong her case may or may not be, Disney executives responded with personal, misogynistic attacks against her character.  Now, Women in Film, ReFrame, and Time’s Up have come together to release a...
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‘Borderlands’ Villain Edgar Ramirez Teases a Film Adaptation That Matches the Games

Borderlands is batsh*t crazy and that’s why we love it. It’s a heightened post-apocalyptic world where your guns can not only talk to you, they can be reloaded by throwing them like an explosive grenade. There’s a lot of questions about just how all that will translate to the big screen, but now we have some inside intel from one of its stars that suggests the movie isn’t gonna get all serious on us. The charm of Borderlands as a gameplay experience is in the absurdity. Every character you m...
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‘The Chair’ Season 1: Release Date, Cast, Trailer and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) Picture this: a prestigious university, a media scandal, a rebelling staff, and plenty of personal drama. No, we’re not talking about your college days — this is the setting for Sandra Oh‘s new Netflix miniseries, The Chair. Since you’re surely interested, we’ve compiled everything you need to prep for the series down below. T...
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Final Fantasy XIV Alters Sage Job Icon Over Trypophobia Concerns

Final Fantasy XIV‘s Naoki Yoshida unveiled that the icon for the Sage job in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker will be changed to accommodate those suffering from trypophobia, something that many might find laughable as there are likely an innumerable amount of things in-game that probably trigger those with the condition. Trypophobia is the irrational fear […]
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Masters of the Universe: The Motion Picture Is Worth Revisiting

With the success of the toyline, a hit cartoon, and a slew of other merchandise, the franchise had no choice but to try and make more money off of a live-action film. This muscle-bound movie didn’t hit quite in the height of He-Mania, but a year after the action figure sales plummeted . It was a troubled production, not well-received at the time of its release in 1987, and barely given a chance to make an impression, but it’s another gem that was always destined to become a cult classic, ado...
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Ain’t Them Bodies (Decapitated) Saints: Director David Lowery on a Scene From ‘The Green Knight’

What do a decapitated Christian saint and the 1984 Star Wars TV movie Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure have in common? They were both influences on writer-director David Lowery, whose commentary in a new video explains how these two seemingly disparate things came together to inform a scene in his new movie The Green Knight, in theaters this weekend. The New York Times has posted an “Anatomy of a Scene” video in which Lowery walks you through a full five-minute scene from The Green Knig...
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Quentin Tarantino Wouldn’t Let Christoph Waltz Rehearse With the ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Cast

There’s a case to be made (we have, in fact, made it) that Inglourious Basterds is Quentin Tarantino‘s best film. A big part of what makes the movie work is Christoph Waltz‘s Oscar-winning turn as the villainous Hans Landa. At one point, Tarantino himself said, “Landa is the best character I’ve ever written and maybe the best I ever will write.” When the movie went into production, however, Waltz was still a relative unknown. Even his co-stars didn’t know who he was. Tarantino apparently used t...
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Werewolves Within Writer Mishna Wolff Discusses Crafting A Satisfying Mystery

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. The film was directed by Josh Ruben from a script by Mishna Wolff. RELATED: Werewolves Within: Josh Ruben Talks Knives Out Similarities, Ubisoft’s Input “After a proposed pipeline creates divisions within the small town of Beaverfield...
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Here’s Where You Can Rent Every ‘Die Hard’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Die Hard franchise.) Before Bruce Willis became the king of making direct-to-video movies filmed in Eastern Europe, he was that guy from Moonlighting who ended up getting cast as John McClane in the first Die Hard and subsequently helped redefine what an action star could be. Come out to the coast, have a few laughs, and read on to discover where you ca...
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The 41 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

Summer is in full swing, and with it comes a ton of movies for cooling down inside. We've sifted through them all in our list of the best movies on Prime Video.
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Writing, Creativity, Suffering

Somehow I hadn’t read Kaye Gibbons’ 2005 novel, Charms for the Easy Life, until recently. It’s a delight to open a book and, within a few pages, realize it’s going to be a good read. The novel follows the life of a girlchild raised within a circle of intensely vibrant women. Each character is so … Continue reading Writing, Creativity, Suffering
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Switching Property Management Software? Tips for a Smooth Transition

One key way to future-proof your property management business is to use the right technology. Spreadsheets, paper ledgers and even existing software can quickly become outdated in such a fast-paced environment, so it is likely that – at some point – your business will benefit from a system upgrade. As the industry continues to evolve, new software features and landlord benefits are constantly emerging. Tenant and owner portals , automated data entry, electronic cash payment services and clou...
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Centaurworld Creator Megan Nicole Dong Talks Netflix’s Newest Animated Comedy

Centaurworld is out today on Netflix. The animated comedy series features plenty of musical numbers and some spectacularly weird, yet still adorable, designs. The series was created by Megan Nicole Dong and features a voice cast featuring Dong, Josh Radnor, Kimiko Glenn, Megan Hilty, Jessie Mueller, Chris Diamantopoulos, and Parvesh Cheena. “A hardened war horse transported away from battle finds herself in a land that’s inhabited by silly, singing centaurs of all shapes and sizes,” reads the of...
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Broadcast Announcer Yabata Miyu Provides Accidental Nipple-Slip

Miyu Yabata, the Shizuoka Broadcasting System announcer and a former idol of the idol group known as “Akagi Dan”, had a bit of an accident where she got too close to the camera and exposed a nipple, such a moment unsurprisingly picked up with great haste by perpetually amorous otaku. The accident was spotted in […]
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Release The Ayer Cut: How Zack Snyder Proved Alternate Cuts Have Value in a Streaming Age

I’m confused about this whole Ayer Cut thing. For those unaware, David Ayer directed 2016’s Suicide Squad … or, originally directed it before Warner Bros. (in response to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’s “tepid” box office) decided to rework the movie as a comedy, ala Guardians of the Galaxy. So, instead of the dark villain ensemble teased in the original Comic-Con trailer: We got a more flamboyant, colorful remix featuring jokes, gags, and more jokes that catered to the studio’s desire t...
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Gerard Butler Files a Lawsuit of His Own Over ‘Olympus Has Fallen’ Profits

Are you ready for some litigation? I hope so, because it looks like a bunch of lawsuits are going to start coming out of Tinseltown. The other day, word broke that Scarlett Johansson was taking Disney to court, claiming that the studio’s decision to release Black Widow on Disney+ cost her some serious bonus money (about $50 million, all told). Today, rumors are circulating that Cruella star Emma Stone is considering similar action. And now, Gerard Butler wants to get in on this. Butler isn’t su...
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Here’s Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Jurassic Park’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World movies.) The Jurassic Park movies represent one of the most profitable franchises out there, clocking in at number eight out of the 50 highest grossing properties ever. People love them their dinos, but for some reason, this is still the only significant blockbuster series giving the masses the larger-than-life dinosaur thri...
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Disney is requiring US salaried and non-union employees working in person to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19

The Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World, Florida Roberto Machado Noa / LightRocket via Getty Images Disney is requiring US salaried and non-union hourly employees to get fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Disney said it has also "begun conversations" with representatives for its unionized employees. A wave of companies recently issued vaccine mandates amid rising cases and concerns over the Delta variant. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Walt Disney Company on Friday...
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The Walt Disney Company Will Require Non-Union and Salaried U.S. Employees to Be Vaccinated

As the Delta variant of the coronavirus continues to impact the United States, The Walt Disney Company is taking a big step to make sure many of its workers are protected. The company has announced that vaccines will be required for salaried and non-union hourly employees working on any of the company’s sites in the United States, and employees have sixty days to get fully vaccinated. Disney has joined companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Uber in implementing some form of vaccine manda...
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Taika Waititi's Flash Gordon Film Might Be Live-Action Now

Filmmaker Taika Waititi is involved with so many things it’s very easy to forget one or two. For example, you probably remember he’s making Thor: Love and Thunder, and he’s supposed to do a Star Wars movie. You may even know he’s a bad guy in the new Ryan Reynolds movie Free Guy and produces What We Do in the Shadows,…Read more...
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Taika Waititi’s ‘Flash Gordon’ Movie is Now Live-Action

Two years ago, Taika Waititi signed on to helm a Flash Gordon movie about the space opera comic hero who debuted back in 1934. The film was initially planned to be an animated feature but recent reports prove that’s no longer the case, and the project is now being developed as a live-action film. While promoting his latest release, Jungle Cruise, producer John Davis revealed to Collider that this decision was made by Waititi himself, saying, “Taika is writing it. It was a movie that was a hug...
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