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The Lily's latest webcomic on mastectomies

My double mastectomy made me reevaluate: What do my breasts mean to me? The decision had been weighing on me since I tested positive for the BRCA2 gene https://www.thelily.com/my-double-mastectomy-made-me-reevaluate-what-do-my-breasts-mean-to-me/ Susannah Hainley October 17, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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He's got a point

Opinion: It's strange Superman was ever straight to begin with Opinion by John Paul Brammer Washington Post (October 17 2021) https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/10/17/superman-bisexual-jp-brammer-criticism/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Sal Buscema has a new crowdfunding comic book

Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz & Sal Buscema Fund The R.I.G.H.T. Project  October 17, 2021 by Rich Johnston https://bleedingcool.com/comics/tom-defalco-ron-frenz-sal-buscema-fund-the-r-i-g-h-t-project/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Counterpoint with Baltimore's Kevin Kallaugher

CounterCast Ep 7 from Counterpoint with Kevin Kallaugher Scott Stantis Oct 17, 2021 Political Voices Network https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-l1CzCrDFs Love editorial cartoons? Support Counterpoint, a publication dedicated to preserving the great American tradition of editorial cartooning and giving you perspectives from the left, right, and everything in between. Today we have an exclusive ...
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More Fun Comics #55 - 1st Doctor Fate

More Fun Comics #55More Fun Comics v1 #55, 1940 - A wizard named Wotan threatens a beautiful woman, using her to draw out Doctor Fate. As Inza looks on, two masters of ancient magic battle for domination. Fate emerges victorious after negating his opponent's powers and tossing him off a building. This Gardner Fox story, drawn by Howard Sherman, offers only a brief description of the hero rather [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Captain America #251 - John Byrne art & cover

John Byrne Captain America v1 #251, 1980 - After Batroc breaks Mr. Hyde out of prison, the duo connive to threaten Manhattan with an explosive-filled tanker. New York City landmarks and architecture are frequently present in this terrific John Byrne story. In addition to Cap's confrontation with the villains, the artist includes a brief retelling of the hero's revival and subsequent career. [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, New York City, Marvel, America, Manhattan, Superhero, Captain America, Unknown, 1980s, Hyde, Byrne, Cap, John Byrne, Batroc


Mushoku Tensei Bravely Rescues a Tribe of Cat People

Mushoku Tensei‘s Rudeus finds himself in a sorry state after being captured by a tribe of cat people, resulting in a few comical moments before things quickly get murderous with the arrival of bandits, prompting Rudeus to help save his captors. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Nekomimi, Isekai, Mushoku Tensei, Studio Bind, Rudeus


New International Trailer and Poster for GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE

The belated sequel comes to UK/ROI cinemas in November. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The 12 Best Star Wars Books Ever Written

In the "Star Wars" universe, films and television shows may be the big events, but literature has been integral to the franchise since the very beginning. The first piece of "Star Wars" media ever released was the official novelization by author Alan Dean Foster, titled "Star Wars: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker," which hit bookstores in November 1976, months before the film arrived in theaters. Two years later, Foster returned to pen the first official spinoff novel, "Splinter of the Min...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Disney, Williams, Death Star, Darth Vader, Harrison Ford, Republic, Empire, Lucasfilm, George Lucas, Sean Williams, Leia, Lucas, Yoda, Naboo


12 Movies To Watch If You Loved Tenet

Christopher Nolan, known for movies like "Inception" and "The Dark Knight" trilogy, has become an influential director not only for his sleek and stylish filmmaking, his groundbreaking visuals, and his movies' larger-than-life soundscapes, but also for his love of conceptual ideas like time travel, the shifting nature of reality, the transitory properties of memories, and the power of dreams. His latest offering, "Tenet," is no different. It's an action-packed time-travel heist flick starring Jo...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, New York, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Berlin, New York City, Nasa, Earth, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Philadelphia, Bristol, John, Spike Lee, Chris Hemsworth


Demon Slayer Mugen Train Arc Episode 2 – Deep Sleep Review

The second episode of Demon Slayer’s Mugen Train Arc kicks things right into the events of the film, as Tanjiro and the others meet the Kyojuro Rengoku, the Flame Hashira. With that in mind, almost the entire episode is a retread of the film but its overall quality still holds up, and the way the episode is cut makes total sense. The added context of the first episode also helps put a better perspective on the events that start unfolding on the train.  RELATED: Demon Slayer Mugen Train Arc E...
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Mieruko-chan Never Given a Single Moment’s Rest

Nightmarish creatures continue to terrorize the poor heroine of Mieruko-chan as the latest airing will probably have watchers excited to learn the show might have some form of plot and isn’t entirely dedicated to mentally scarring the heroine for the sake of entertainment. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Horror, Anime, Schoolgirls, Moe, Image Gallery, Passione, Mieruko-chan, Mieruko


Tuesday, October 19 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for October 19, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 826 Mateo St., Los Angeles  Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago Fire Location: 725 S Leavitt St.; 2459 N Bernard St., Chicago  Filming in New York TV Series: The Equalizer Location: around the Brooklyn Museum, […] The post Tuesday, October 19 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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The 11 Best Pre-MCU Superhero Movies

With Disney as Galactus (and Kevin Feige as its distinctly non-silver herald), devouring all forms of media in its path, it might be hard to remember a time before the behemoth that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After all, the vastly ambitious scope and size of the MCU changed superhero cinema. Suddenly, it wasn't good enough for comic movies to be independent entities; shared universes and crossovers became the norm.And sure, while the last ever superhero movie will probably be a Marvel pro...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Youtube, Superman, Tim Burton, Disney, David, James Bond, Liam Neeson, James McAvoy, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Errol Flynn, Ben Stiller, Wesley Snipes, Indiana Jones


The 20 Best Assassins In Film Ranked

The hitman might be one of the most purely cinematic professions -- the silent, emotionless hired gun without any affiliation or loyalty. They've taken on an almost mythic status that feels completely at odds to the reality. Some are portrayed as sociopaths, some as slick, cool secret agent types. As it is, the numerous cinematic portrayals on film often makes them the most intriguing part of their films.There are so many depictions of assassins, hitmen, and mercenaries in cinema that it's impos...
Tags: Hong Kong, Japan, Movies, Geena Davis, Jack Nicholson, France, Spain, Fbi, Fox, Paris, Paraguay, Claude, Uma Thurman, Davis, Brian Cox, Marlon Brando


Hot Wheels Unleashed Reveals Slew of Batman DLC & Seasonal Content

While a bit lifeless to some, Hot Wheels Unleashed had a decent lineup of licensed and is set to get even more of them with the upcoming expansion and season content centered around Batman and his many nemeses. Not only is the DC Super-Villains Racing Season starting soon, the game is also set to get a paid expansion with Batman-related vehicles, tracks, and more. The DC Super-Villains Racing Season will run from November 11 to January 18, 2022. This season will have both free and premium conten...
Tags: Games, Movies, Gotham, Harley Quinn, Batman, Dlc, Rocket League, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Batman Robin, Hot Wheels Unleashed, Milestone S.r.l, Bane Deathstroke Cheetah Poison Ivy Black Manta


The Best Halloween Movies On Hulu You Can Stream Right Now

Fall is in the air and the spooky season is officially upon us. With All Hallow's Eve right around the corner, it's time to begin preparing your Halloween movie marathons. However, with more and more Halloween flicks arriving every year, it can be hard to determine what to watch as you carve pumpkins, make costumes, and greet trick-or-treaters.That's why we've compiled the best Halloween movies on Hulu that you can stream right now. Yes, there are some horror films here, but Halloween is about m...
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Silent Night: 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.)Family movies are an essential part of the holiday season – their warm glow works wonders for lifting spirits. But do they ever feel a little... too optimistic? Wouldn't it be nice to have a holiday movie with a tad more nihilism? Well, whether you want it or not, "Silent Night" is mixing merriment with the apocalypse when it arr...
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The Lost Daughter Trailer: Olivia Colman Stars In Maggie Gyllenhaal's Haunting Directorial Debut

"Don't let it break, peel it like a snake."Written and directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal, "The Lost Daughter" is adapted from Elena Ferrante's novel of the same name. The film stars Best Actress Oscar winner Olivia Colman ("The Favourite") in the lead role as Leda Caruso, a woman who foments a growing obsession with a mother and daughter she sees while on vacation.This subgenre, in which a woman slowly unravels while obsessing over something, is one of the most emotionally exhausting but effective s...
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Who Is The Main Morbius Villain? Hunger Explained

The Marvel Cinematic Universe may have dominated the film industry, but it's not the only interconnected Marvel universe out there. Having released two "Venom" movies and hoping to spin their web of Spider-Man villains into popular franchises on their own, Sony Pictures will soon be adding "Morbius" to their roster. Starring Jared Leto as the titular vampire, the film was originally slated to drop in 2020, but will now hit theaters on January 28, 2022.Desperate to find a cure for his rare blood ...
Tags: Movies, Sony, Sony Pictures, Jared Leto, Matt Smith, Hunter, Spidey, Roy Thomas, Leto, Morbius, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Gil Kane, Michael Morbius, Howard Mackie, Loxias


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #19

Mighty Mouse, The Beverly Hillbillies, &The Changeling! Today we start off with a classic 1948 Mighty Mouse cartoon: “The Witch’s Cat.” All the mice want to do is celebrate Halloween…but when a cat shows up, they need their super-powered champion to save their tails. Found via Rare Halloween Videos. From the first season (in 1962), here’s a Halloween episode of The Beverly Hillbillies. Because it’s amazing how sociable the residents of Beverly Hills can be when you show up on ...
Tags: Halloween, Television, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Animation, Beverly Hills, Scott, George C. Scott, Beverly Hillbillies, Mighty Mouse


[Interspecies Sex Defeat H SRPG] Rise Arisen’s Female Warriors Raped Ruthlessly

A turn-based strategy game called [Interspecies Sex Defeat H SRPG] Rise Arisen will surely appease individuals looking for more titles similar to Fire Emblem, as the eroge has players commanding a handful of fighters to vanquish enemies, with losses resulting in female party members being captured and raped. The title seeks to “show the horrors […]
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Bones Day or No Bones: This Pug Can Predict What Type Of Day We'll Have

By Carly Tennes Published: October 18th, 2021
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The 15 Best '90s Halloween Movies

Witches and spiders and ghosts, oh my! Sure, the '90s gave us some great movies across many genres, but if you're specifically in the mood to watch some Halloween fare and you're looking to expand beyond the current century's offerings, the '90s is a decade that boasts some great options for a creepy night in.From family-friendly fun to dark fantasy and horror, the decade that came after the '80s and before the '00s birthed a number of spooktacular movies that still thrill and delight today. Whe...
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Studio Ghibli's Earwig And The Witch Is Now Coming To Netflix – In Select Territories

Netflix is soon to be the international home of the newest film from Studio Ghibli, "Earwig and the Witch." As part of a new deal that excludes the United States and Japan, Netflix will distribute "Earwig and the Witch'' to countries all over the world. This is a massive get for Netflix, considering Ghibli's deal with HBO Max marked the Japanese animated juggernaut's first ever deal allowing the films to reach larger audiences easier than ever before. Since 2020, 21 Studio Ghibli films have been...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, Movies, News, Disney, US, Netflix, Canada, United States, Hayao Miyazaki, Diana Wynne Jones, Totoro, Mononoke, Ghibli, GKids, Goro Miyazaki


Halloween Ends Will Be 'Very Different In Tone' From The Other Movies

"Halloween Kills" is now in theaters and on Peacock, and "Halloween Ends" is due out next year. I'll try to avoid giving away spoilers in case you haven't seen "Halloween Kills" yet, but let's just say that movie leaves a lot of stuff up in the air for the third and supposedly final entry in this new trilogy to address. While we'll have to wait until next Halloween for "Halloween Ends," director and co-writer David Gordon Green is offering up some hints as to what we can expect from the next ent...
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Unbreakable Ending Explained: Accepting The Powers Within

M. Night Shyamalan's follow-up to the Academy-Award nominated "The Sixth Sense" was highly anticipated, especially after the announcement of Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson leading the cast. Shyamalan has made a career out of films with unexpected (or sometimes, very expected) twist endings, but many forget that Shyamalan has made more films devoid of a twist ending than those that include it, perhaps most notably, the first installment of what would become his "Eastrail 177 Trilogy," 2000's ...
Tags: Movies, David, Samuel L Jackson, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Leo Dicaprio, Joseph, Logan, Dunn, Elijah, Shyamalan, Mr Glass, David Dunn Bruce Willis, Elijah Price Samuel L Jackson


Star Trek 4: Everything We Know So Far

It's nothing short of criminal that by far the best film from the recent "Star Trek" trilogy, "Star Trek Beyond" back in 2016, remains the last film we ever received from the franchise on the big screen. Is that a bit hyperbolic? The reality is that Paramount's obvious hesitance and uncertainty over where to take the franchise next is actually pretty understandable, as "Beyond" didn't make quite enough at the box office to offset its budget. (Which feels like a budgeting issue to me, but I'm no ...
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You Season 3 Spoiler Review: Love Doesn't Last Forever Once Joe Goldberg Is Involved

Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is many things, but surprising is rarely one of them. Sure, his actions were startling throughout the first season of "You," as he evolved from bookish stalker to full-fledged murderer, but that was then. Three seasons later, viewers have become accustomed to his chaotic spirals: his mommy issues and murderous impulses are always on full display. Joe is a killer through-and-through, desperate for love, fearful of abandonment, and willing to do whatever he wants in the...
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