GE Gallas launches minicomics newsletter

Gerri writes: Welcome to The Indie Comics Flyer! This is your host, G. E. Gallas (gegallas.com). In case you don't know, I'm a writer-illustrator of graphic novels and zines. This week, I'll be sharing a fresh batch of graphic novels, webcomics, zines, Kickstarters, etc. that I believe deserve some attention.  read it at https://gegallas.medium.com/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Carnival Row Season 2 Has Finished Production – Check Out Some Behind The Scenes Photos

Production on season 2 of Amazon Prime's original series "Carnival Row" has concluded, and the official Twitter account celebrated by sharing some behind-the-scenes photos. While the first season showed us a unique dark fantasy world with the potential for rich storytelling, it didn't gain the kind of "Game of Thrones" traction Amazon was probably hoping for. Maybe the series will find its groove in the second season.  Behind The Scenes And Getting A Little Bloody "Carnival Row" is a dark fantas...
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Tom Hardy Tries To Explain How Venom Is Connected To The MCU, Confuses Everyone

You've heard Andy Serkis talking up the so-called "Venom-Verse." Now, it's Tom Hardy's turn.Serkis directs and Hardy stars in "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," which will test the limits of PG-13 — but not our patience. The 2021 sequel to Sony's commercially successful yet critically drubbed "Venom" film is said to clock in at a mere 90 or 95 minutes. This would make it one of the shortest, if not the outright shortest live-action Marvel movie ever. If you have a short attention span or just believ...
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Fwd: Small Press Expo Announces 2021 Virtual Programming Slate

SPX 2021 Panels and Films For Immediate Release Contact Rob Clough [email protected] Bethesda, Maryland  -- In addition to the previously announced live-streamed Ignatz Award ceremony, the Small Press Expo is pleased to announce that there will be...
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Norm Macdonald on his Death and Funeral.

The post Norm Macdonald on his Death and Funeral. appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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Troy-Jeffrey Allen talks to YouNeek's Etubi Onucheyo

Get Graphic: The Unique Visual Style of YouNeek's Etubi Onucheyo Sep 13, 2021 Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allenhttps://www.previewsworld.com/Article/254440 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Detective Comics #505 - Don Newton art

Detective Comics #505Detective Comics v1 #505, 1981 - To save a little from cancer, the Batman must track down her brother in the Alaskan wilderness. This werewolf-themed story refers back to Batman #255. Don Newton's artwork is captivating, reminiscent of his earlier work for Charlton horror comics. Naturally, his best scenes occur toward the climax, pitting the Batman against the monster. Other [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Kamen America Comic Volume 4 Kickstarter Accumulates $87,000+ in One Day

The mainstream comic book industry has been put to shame once more as a Kickstarter campaign for the fourth volume (and an omnibus) of the Kamen America comic accumulated over $87,000 in about a single day (when the original goal was a mere $500), perhaps serving as proof that Westerners are tired of the constant […]
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The Art Of The Mandalorian Season 2 Book Arrives In Time For Christmas

Each episode of "The Mandalorian" usually ends with some Ralph McQuarrie-esque concept art showing over the credits. Two years ago, we wrote that the art practically demanded its own coffee table book. Our prayers were answered with "The Art of the Mandalorian," and now the book, like the show, has come back for a second season.StarWars.com has given us our first look at "The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian (Season 2)." The book comes from Abrams, the publishing company, not to be confused wit...
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The 15 Best Superman Comics You Need To Read

Like the utopian Federation of "Star Trek," Superman is an aspirational character. He's a fantasy that began in 1938, when two second-generation Jewish immigrants, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, debuted Superman in the pages of "Action Comics" #1. Audiences quickly latched on to the hero, who despite all of his fantastic powers was still kind, understanding, and heroic. Sure, the myth of Superman is a dream -- but fiction should sometimes dream a little.Despite starring in numerous movies and TV ...
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Scientists Learn Wrong Lesson From Jurassic Park, Try To Bring Back Woolly Mammoth

If scientists have their way, we'll all be riding Woolly Mammoths on a planet that has not succumbed to the devastation of climate change. A company named Colossal (what else) has raised $15 million already in its quest to resurrect the extinct Woolly Mammoth. For reasons.The project is spearheaded by a Harvard genetics professor, and if this sounds like the plot of "Jurassic Park" — but with hairy creatures from the Pleistocene epoch — all I can really say is, "Welcome to Pleistocene Park."Comi...
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Friday, September 17 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 17, 2021: Filming in California Project: Masha’s Game Location: Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles (until Sept. 17th) Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago Fire Location: 3850 N Tripp Ave., Chicago  TV Series: Chicago Med Location:  759 N Throop, Chicago  Filming in New York TV Series: And […] The post Friday, September 17 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Nicolas Cage Will Never See The New Nicolas Cage Movie Where Nicolas Cage Plays Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage is a man of mystery. His filmography is an enigma. His personal life, a labyrinth. His mind, a puzzle box. We may never completely understand his reasoning or motivation, which is what makes him the Cage we know and love. There's something about the dichotomy of being so entirely obvious, and yet wholly ambiguous, that gives Cage's performance a little extra magic. Every eccentric role he takes on or piece of hot celebrity gossip that's unearthed about him slots comfortably into the...
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Netflix Promises/Threatens Relationship With Ryan Murphy Is 'Just Beginning'

Depending on which side of the aisle you sit on, you'll either be elated or annoyed by the news that Netflix's long-time partnership with "American Horror Story" creator Ryan Murphy is "just beginning," according to Peter Friedlander, the head of US scripted projects.In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter published on September 16, the outlet inquired about Friedlander's perspective on the streaming giant's partnership with Murphy. "I'm new to the Ryan relationship," the exec explained. "Wh...
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The 15 Best Simpsons One-Off Characters Ranked

After 32 years on the air, it takes real mettle to appear in only one episode of "The Simpsons" and leave such an impression that the audience never forgets you. And yet, some characters make such a grand contribution to the series, or provoke such a change in one of our beloved regulars, that a single adventure is all we needed to see. In that spirit, we salute those magnificent one-timers who, even with their brief screen time, made an indelible mark on the greatest television show of all time...
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A “Beaut” Of A Limerick

As you can see, I’m continuing to have fun with idioms. Here’s my “Beaut” Of A Limerick: Lovely Lil is a beautiful filly, But the clothing she wears is too frilly! And her makeup looks trashy; It’s garish and flashy. How I wish she’d stop gilding the Lily!
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Chizuru-chan Kaihatsu Nikki Walked Around Like an Animal

The demands of the main heroine’s blackmailer in Chizuru-chan Kaihatsu Nikki have grown more bold and grotesque, the poor girl sadly also becoming accustomed to the perversions and likely to end up getting addicted to the atrocious deeds come the end of the series. The PV for the second episode has the poor woman being […]
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The Daily Stream: Catastrophe Laughs At The Worst Parts Of Life

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Series: "Catastrophe"Where You Can Stream It: Amazon PrimeThe Pitch: An American ad-man walks into a bar and flirts with an Irish schoolteacher, leading to a six-day fling. The punchline? A few weeks later, she finds out she's pregnant. Thus begins the messy, consistently disastrous, occasionally despicable, and somehow still hea...
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Nightmare Alley Trailer: Guillermo Del Toro Makes A Noir With Bradley Cooper And Cate Blanchett

Guillermo del Toro is back with a new film, and it's unlike anything he's ever directed before. "Nightmare Alley" is his first stab at film noir, and this story of a mentalist who yearns to escape from the carnival lifestyle does not center on the brilliantly designed creatures del Toro frequently includes in his movies. And if this version is anything like the 1947 version of "Nightmare Alley" that starred "The Mark of Zorro" actor Tyrone Power, this could be one of del Toro's darkest films in ...
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Teaser Trailer for Thriller 'Nightmare Alley' from Guillermo del Toro

"Is it a beast? Or is it a man…?" Searchlight Pictures has revealed a teaser trailer for the new Guillermo del Toro film titled Nightmare Alley, an adaptation of the 1946 novel of the same name. The book was also adapted into a famous 1947 film also titled Nightmare Alley, but Guillermo says he's going to back to the book for a fresh take on this story. An ambitious carny with a talent for manipulating people with a few well-chosen words hooks up with a female psychiatrist who is even more d...
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The 15 Best Final Girls In Horror Movies Ranked

While horror films have been around for several decades, the term "final girl" was coined more recently than most people may think. Originally created in 1992 by author Carol J. Clover in her book "Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film," the term refers to a common trope in horror movies in which the last female character(s) alive confront and defeat or escape the killer, essentially becoming the only people left to tell the story.  Characteristics of a final girl include a...
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Prisoners of the Ghostland Interview: Bill Moseley on How Nicolas Cage Inspired Him

Acclaimed Japanese director Sion Sono’s English language debut Prisoners of the Ghostland is out September 17 in select theaters, on demand, and digital. The wild Western stars Nicolas Cage in the lead role, and also features Bill Moseley and Sofia Boutella. “In the treacherous frontier city of Samurai Town, a ruthless bank robber (Nicolas Cage) is sprung from jail by wealthy warlord The Governor (Bill Moseley), whose adopted granddaughter Bernice (Sofia Boutella) has gone missing,” says the off...
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How To Watch The Alien Movies In Order

Ridley Scott's Xenomorph started its hunt with "Alien" in 1979, and though there have been some pauses between installments, we inevitably return to its bleak, Geiger-designed future again and again. With a new Alien series exploring amoral mega-corporation Weyland-Yutani on the way, it's worth studying how we got here. The timeline of the Alien franchise can be hard to follow, as Ridley Scott delved into the creation of the Xenomorphs decades after making the first movie. However, there are a f...
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Jane Powell dies at 92; tiny actress brought big singing voice to movie musicals

By Carmel Dagan | Variety LOS ANGELES — Jane Powell, who starred as an angelically visaged young actress in a number of MGM musicals including “Royal Wedding” and “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” during the 1940s and ’50s, has died of natural causes. She was 92. Powell, from left, Fred Astaire and Greer Garson pose for a photo in Los Angeles in 1953. The blonde, blue-eyed Powell usually played characters with a gentle mischievous streak in her musical comedies, but she would shatter the lig...
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San Diego Comic-Con badges for in-person November special edition on sale Sept. 25

Badges for the in-person return of San Diego Comic-Con this November will go on sale at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25, organizers announced Thursday. Comic-Con Special Edition is scheduled for Nov. 26-28 in San Diego. It will be the first in-person Comic-Con since 2019 after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the event that normally takes place in July to go virtual in 2020 and 2021. Three-day passes are priced at $150 for adults, $75 for seniors 60 or older, juniors ages 13-17, and active-duty milita...
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4 ways to ensure buyers don’t regret their purchase

Over the past year, homebuyer regret has reached record highs. Here are Nerdwallet's tips for making sure your clients don't experience the same thing.
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Nightmare Alley: First Teaser for Guillermo del Toro’s Noir Thriller

Searchlight Pictures has released the first teaser for Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming noir thriller Nightmare Alley, debuting in theaters on Friday, December 17. RELATED: Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley Photos & Poster Tease All-Star Cast Based on William Lindsay Gresham’s novel of the same name, Nightmare Alley follows “an ambitious young carny with a talent for manipulating people with a few well-chosen words [who] hooks up with a female psychiatrist who is...
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What The Hell Is Going On With Nicki Minaj?

By Carly Tennes Published: September 16th, 2021
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Komi-san wa Komyushou Desu’s Heroine So Wonderfully Awkward

Another early glimpse at the easily embarrassed Komi of the Komi-san wa Komyushou Desu anime adaptation has emerged to help keep rabid fans sated, once again previewing scenes of both a comical and serious nature to display that the anime has moments both tender and hilarious. The hardcore fans of the manga will surely be […]
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