The Post isn't impressed with Y: the Last Man

In the sci-fi drama series 'Y: The Last Man,' half of society drops dead, and it's ponderous picking up the pieces [in print as Apocalyptic world is left with lifeless characters] Inkoo Kang Washington Post September 13 2021, p. C1, 3 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/tv/2021/09/12/y-last-man-review/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Lily's last 2 weeks

I got breakthrough covid. It made me appreciate the vaccine more than ever. Despite the odds, I feel very lucky (Katie Wheeler) Katie Wheeler https://www.thelily.com/i-got-breakthrough-covid-it-made-me-appreciate-the-vaccine-more-than-ever/ ---- I don't want kids. Here's how I made peace with my decision. I can't have it all in life, and I'm okay with that https://www.thelily.com/i-dont-want-kids-heres-how-i-made-peace-with-my-decision/ (H...
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Cavna looks at Texas abortion 'law' cartoons

How cartoonists are taking on the Texas abortion law Michael Cavna September 10, 2021  https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/09/10/cartoons-texas-abortion-law/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Avengers #28 - Jack Kirby cover + 1st Collector

Jack Kirby Avengers v1 #28, 1965 - Focusing on Giant Man's return, Jack Kirby ensures his prominence on the cover design. In the foreground, the artist displays each Avenger equally, each rendered in an iconic pose. Note how the ground's radial lines add to the excitement. This issue also includes the first appearance of the Collector, a billion-year old alien who gathered lifeforms and [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Tarzan #87 - Russ Manning art

Tarzan #87Tarzan v1 #87, 1956 - Her city surrounded by Tuaregs, Queen Zulena and Natonga escape through the mountain to bring much needed reinforcements. Russ Manning opens with more banal scenes, but picks up the pace as the story quickens. Aside from the underground cavern scenes, the work is largely mediocre. Other artists in this golden age comic include Jessie Marsh. This is 48 of 133 Tarzan [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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News: SPONSOR: Top Class Actions

Scott R. Kurtz: One of the coolest things about this job is getting to know the people who have been reading PvP for the last 20 plus years. It's fun to hear about your families, hobbies, and careers. Some of you have some pretty interesting jobs. Case in point, PvP reader Scott Hardy. Back in 2008, Scott saw the need for a website that not only consolidated but clearly explained news about class actions in a consumer-friendly way. Look, sometimes companies goof and consumers pay the ...
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Succubus Women Thirst for Men in Incubus Quest

Incubus Quest tells the tale of a weakling incubus growing in strength to exact revenge against the evil succubi, the fledgling having quite a bit to learn as battles are sex-focused and require the utilization of sex moves, a unique premise that eroge enthusiasts will probably try out with one hand. Taking on the role […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Fetish, RPG, Elf, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Monster Girls

AOC used her first Met Gala appearance to send a message: 'Tax the Rich'

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (L) attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. Mike Coppola/John Shearer/Getty Images/Insider Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made her first Met Gala appearance on Monday. She used the opportunity to send a political message. The back of her white, strapless gown had "Tax the Rich" written in red. See more stories on Insider's business page. In her firs...
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One Of Us Is Lying: Release Date, Cast, 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.)Halloween is just around the corner and Peacock is ready with a brand new series filled with teen screams. Based on Karen M. McManus's New York Times best-selling novel of the same name, "One of Us is Lying" is a high school whodunnit in the vein of "The Breakfast Club" if it were a murder mystery. Here's everything you need to k...
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The 11 Best Zombie Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

What is undead will never die -- at least, not at the movies. Shambling restlessly out of their graves and into our popular culture's collective unconscious, zombies have endured throughout the decades as an essential horror symbol.Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that filmmakers continue to unearth fresh, frightening spins on what amounts to an existential threat. Mass destruction and social decay go hand-in-hand with zombies, whose shiftless masses inevitably overwhelm any semblance of civili...
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5 Horror Movies To Stream If You Loved Malignant

James Wan is back in the horror game. Carrying his "Aquaman" clout straight into the bonkers genre project that he's seemingly always longed to do, the "Insidious" director has returned to the horror game with a big swing in the form of "Malignant." In a chat with Bloody Disgusting, Wan credits a handful of Italian and horror-centric directors, calling his latest "my version of a Giallo." He applies an apt metaphor to elaborate:"The best way I describe 'Malignant' is, growing up in the late '80s...
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Shirley and Jamila Save Their Summer

Shirley and Jamila Save Their Summer was recommended to me for a reason that should become obvious shortly. Jamila Waheed is new to the neighborhood. She wants to play basketball, but her mother is forcing her to go to summer science camp. The local basketball court is too far away for her to go by herself, her mom thinks. Shirley Bones is incredibly observant, to the point of scaring people with what she finds out about them. She comes up [...]
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Tuesday, September 14 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 14, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Rookie Location: 417 S Hill St., Los Angeles  Project: Masha’s Game Location: 100 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles  Movie: House Party Location: 501 W Olympic Blvd, #103; 1050 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles  Project: Wild Chickens Location: 842 […] The post Tuesday, September 14 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Toshishita no Senpai Manga’s Girls Enjoying Each Others’ Bodies

Women who crave romance with other women are present in the unbridled ero-manga that is Toshishita no Senpai as the main heroine travels back in time 10 years to relive her high school days, forming a romantic bond with her sweetheart and triggering all sorts of perverse happenings that vary in sexual severity. Readers can […]
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Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions Arrives On Digital Next Week, Followed By Blu-Ray Next Month

Sony has revealed the home video release dates for "Escape Room: Tournament of Champions." The horror sequel, which was filled with deadly games just like its predecessor, was released in theaters earlier this summer. It performed reasonably well, all things considered. But for those who didn't make it out to a theater back in July, fear not. It will be available from the comfort of your couch sooner rather than later. And we're getting an extended cut!"Tournament of Champions" will be available...
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Mei First Year Anniversary Weds All the Girls

The Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Mei smartphone game’s first anniversary has unleashed a multitude of tasteful wedding attire for all the characters to wear, potentially raising interest in the game’s female characters even more considering the rather cute designs of the outfits (a common strategy for boosting player numbers). The second part of the […]
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Primal Won The Emmy For Best Animated Program, Beating Out Some Serious Heavy-Hitters

Genndy Tartakovsky's "Primal" for Adult Swim won two Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday, beating out heavy-hitters like "Big Mouth," "Bob's Burgers," "The Simpsons," and "South Park." The show took home statues for both Best Animated Program and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation. Last night's wins mark the fourth and fifth overall Emmy wins for the series, and the show's first nomination and win for Best Animated Series.The Hollywood Awards prediction site GoldDerby even had "Primal" in...
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The 15 Best Jake Gyllenhaal Movies Ranked

One of the rare child stars who became just as successful as an adult, Jake Gyllenhaal is one of the best actors working today. Gyllenhaal had a leg up getting his career started thanks to his Hollywood parents, director Stephen Gyllenhaal and screenwriter Naomi Foner, but established himself as a talented performer in his own right with a series of acclaimed performances throughout the '90s.Gyllenhaal continues to deliver interesting turns in beloved films, earning his first Academy Award nomin...
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Malignant Spoiler Review: This Wan's For The Splatter Fans

After taking some time out at sea to direct the wildly fun DC film "Aquaman," director James Wan made a big splash with his return to horror. "Malignant" debuted in theaters and on HBO Max this weekend, and it's a completely bonkers throwback with one of the most gonzo third acts in years. Wan is best known in the horror world for co-creating the gore-heavy "Saw" franchise and helming the "Insidious" and "Conjuring" supernatural-horror franchises. "Malignant" doesn't really harken back to any of...
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Ridley Scott Says He's Looking To Make A Musical And A Western

Ridley Scott's career spans all sorts of genres from horror, sci-fi, and fantasy to period dramas, modern dramas, crime, war thrillers, courtroom dramas, and even a buddy road picture. But there are still a few cinematic corners he hasn't explored. At 83 years old, Scott still has a full slate of projects he's attached to, and in a recent press conference, he said he's making exploring some of those remaining genres his priority. Specifically either a musical or a Western. "I'm Constantly Lookin...
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14 Remakes That Are Better Than The Original

In this day and age, it's amazingly easy to be a cynic. It could be argued that remakes are lazy cash-ins, that they're a sign of the lack of original ideas left in cinema, or that they exist only to appease that sizable portion of the cinema-going audience that needs to see films in their native tongue, without subtitles. That's true in a great many cases (I'm looking at you, "Jacob's Ladder," "Quarantine," and "The Fog"), and yet there are times when a remake is a golden opportunity to do some...
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Jennifer Hudson Is One Award Away From A Rare EGOT

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: you've got to give it to EGOT winners. Jennifer Hudson, currently starring in the Aretha Franklin biopic "Respect," has got the EGO part down. She even has an EGO ring to prove it.EGOT stands for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. It's a rare bunch of artists, Renaissance women and men, who hold the distinction of having won all four of those awards. Whoopi Goldberg and Rita Moreno are two examples of women who have already done it.Hudson actually won one of her two Grammys, a Best Mu...
Tags: Movies, News, Aretha Franklin, Broadway, Kate Winslet, Jamie Foxx, Alice Walker, Whoopi Goldberg, Hudson, Rita Moreno, Tony, Jennifer Hudson, Franklin, Goldberg, Baba Yaga, SlashFilm

The Mandalorian Season 2 Just Won A Bounty Of Emmys For VFX, Stunts, Make-Up, And More

Disney+ had a hell of a showing at the recent Creative Arts Emmy Awards, nabbing 13 wins, with "The Mandolarian" responsible for over half of them. The streaming era is proving to be very odd. We have more content than we've ever had before and most of it is quality stuff, but the downside to this embarrassment of riches is there's always something new to talk about, which means most of these streaming shows and movies don't stick around as long as they used to."The Mandalorian" is an exception ...
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Colin In Black & White Trailer: Ava DuVernay's New Limited Series Comes To Netflix

What do you get when you cross Academy-Award nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay and NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick? A new Netflix series, of course. The pair teamed up to create "Colin in Black & White," a biographical drama about the early years of Kaepernick's life. Our first look at the series has arrived in the form of a teaser, where a young Kaepernick (played by Jaden Michael) walks us through the difficulties of his everyday life. All the while, Kaepernick is laying down some intense narr...
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Batman Villain The Penguin Will Get His Own Spin-Off Series On HBO Max

One of the most popular members of Batman's rogue's gallery is about to get his own series.Deadline reports that "The Batman" director Matt Reeves is developing a spin-off series about the Penguin, also known as Oswald Cobblepot, a notable villain who has often been depicted as a Gotham City gangster in Batman-related media. This new show, which will join Reeves' other "The Batman" spin-off about Jim Gordon on the HBO Max streaming service, is being compared to the classic gangster drama "Scarfa...
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Constellation1 launches accounting, commission management solution

Real estate technology company Constellation1 is launching new software for back-office accounting tasks and commissions management. Brokers can use the new system in conjunction with all variations of commission splits and payout arrangements, eliminating accounting workarounds due to software limitations.
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NYT OpEd Celebrates Labor Day By Proving It Knows Nothing About Sex Work

By Carly Tennes Published: September 13th, 2021
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Is Zombieland 3 Ever Going To Happen? Here's What We Know

(Welcome to Will There Be a Sequel?, a series where we answer that question and explore what comes next.)"Zombieland" was released in the fall of 2009 and ended up becoming a bit of a surprise, both critically and commercially. Fun, inventive, and (perhaps most importantly) successful, it paved the way for a sequel. Albeit a decade after the original came out. "Zombieland: Double Tap" arrived 10 years later and, as luck would have it, lightning struck twice. Critics and fans mostly dug it. Sony ...
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