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Eerie v3 #90 - Alex Nino art

Eerie v3 #90 Eerie v3 #90, 1978 - Building a time-space distorter, the Rook travels to the beginning of the universe itself. Alex Nino's sole Rook story is also among his longest for Warren publishing. The artist fills nearly all twenty pages with surreal intergalactic imagery. Grey tones are used where necessary to imply distance or atmospherics (most effectively on the interior page below). [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Marvel Premiere #14 - Frank Brunner art & cover

Frank Brunner Marvel Premiere v1 #14 featuring Doctor Strange, 1974 - In this biblically-themed tale, a powerful being named Sise-neg traverses human history with Dr. Strange and Baron Mordo at his side. Frank Brunner's artwork is wonderfully imaginative, and includes two splashes and a bold double-page spread. Dick Giordano's linework is occasionally a tad harsh, but maintains the integrity [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Dr Strange, Superhero, Unknown, 1970s, Brunner, Sise, Frank Brunner, Dick Giordano, Baron Mordo


A Lone Man Must Impregnate a World of Only Women in Isekai Saigo no Otoko

An assortment of perfect fantasy world women await the lucky hero in Isekai Saigo no Otoko as all the lusty females are eager to breed after an evildoer cursed their world to be without men, a scenario that would allow even the most pathetic male to have a chance at greatness. With his life coming […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Anime, Fetish, Elf, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Isekai, Isekai Saigo


Comiket 99 Now Requiring Vaccination Proof or Negative PCR Test

Japan has taken a slight step back from allowing freedom to prevail as the upcoming Comiket 99 is now requiring participants to present either their medical-version yellow badge or a PCR test clearing them of potential infection, and many might ponder if they will eventually end up demanding solely full vaccination instead. Those in charge […]
Tags: Health, Japan, Politics, Medical, Events, Tokyo, Anime, Announcements, Tokyo Big Sight, Comiket, Coronavirus


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Shiboritoranaide Onna Shounin-san Manga Smothered by Bosom

The limitless and lewd Shiboritoranaide Onna Shounin-san manga is up to its usual shenanigans as most of its latest chapter has the short male protagonist compressed under the clothing of a cute tan antagonist, her breasts smothering him at various opportunities and sure to hardly be seen as a bad thing by most readers. The […]
Tags: Fantasy, Anime, Bdsm, Fetish, Manga, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Bosom, Shiboritoranaide Onna Shounin-san


Live Action Netflix Cowboy Bebop Deemed Mediocre by Critics

Seems Netflix’s live action Cowboy Bebop show might be headed towards disaster (even more so than its current course) as a handful of critics and reviewers who got to witness the show early mostly had negative or moderate opinions, no doubt a predictable turn of events for those knowledgeable when it comes to the performance […]
Tags: Usa, TV, Review, Netflix, Anime, Live Action, Adaptations, Cowboy Bebop


TuneIn and Harman partner to create custom app for drivers

TuneIn has announced a new automotive collaboration with HARMAN International focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer, and enterprise markets. HARMAN, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, and TuneIn will create a pre-integrated implementation of the TuneIn app, bringing on-demand live sports, news, music, podcasts, and radio to the HARMAN Ignite Store. The store is a connected vehicle platform that enables automakers to develop, manage, and operate the...
Tags: Technology, Industry, Radio, Tunein, Harman, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Harman International, HARMAN Ignite Store, Albert Jordan


The Proud Family: Louder And Prouder: 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.)One of the most beloved animated series from the Disney Channel is back in a very big way. Over 16 years after it went off the air, "The Proud Family" is back and promises to be "Louder and Prouder." With an updated animation style, familiar faces, and new shenanigans for the family to get into, "The Proud Family: Louder and Prou...
Tags: Television, Movies, Beyonce, Disney, Smith, Disney Channel, Penny, Nubia, Bobby, Cedric The Entertainer, Tina Knowles, Amanda Young, Laurie Hernandez, Tommy Davidson, Farquhar, Ralph Farquhar


Drawn to Life REVIEW: Is This New Cirque du Soleil Show a MUST SEE for Disney Fans?

Back in 2020 – the last media event I attended before everything shut down, we were given about a 20 minute preview of Cirque du Soleil’s newest show at Disney Springs – Drawn to Life. The media event was for  Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway’s debut, but it also combined other upcoming events around Walt […] The post Drawn to Life REVIEW: Is This New Cirque du Soleil Show a MUST SEE for Disney Fans? appeared first on ZANNALAND!.
Tags: Parenting, Entertainment, Things To Do, Top Stories, Resorts, Walt Disney World, Cirque Du Soleil, Cirque, Disney Springs, Walt, Disney Parks, Disney News, Mickey Minnie, Disney Fans, Cirque du Soleil Drawn to Life, Cirque du Soleil Drawn to Life review


Gender Swapped Jason Voorhees Makes a Challenging Threat

Artist Flou celebrated Halloween by sharing a short animation featuring a gender swapped Jason Voorhees using her newly acquired assets to terrorize the locals, the sexy fiend making quite the challenging threat that observers might have also found difficult to uphold if they were in such a position. The sadly short animation that might instill […]
Tags: Halloween, Usa, Comedy, Movies, Horror, Parody, International, Artists, Anime, Jason Voorhees, Oppai, H, Paizuri, Gender Swap, Flou


The Daily Stream: The Bad News Bears Is Simultaneously Vulgar And Sweet

(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 Movie: "The Bad News Bears" (1976)Where You Can Stream It: Amazon PrimeThe Pitch: Foul-mouthed kids? Check. Enormous amounts of heart? Check. Walther Matthau as a sloppy drunk? Check. "The Bad News Bears" is not just an all-timer comedy, it's also an all-timer sports film that walked so "Ted Lasso" could run. Why It's Essential V...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Walter Matthau, Richard Linklater, Amanda, Billy Bob Thornton, Matthau, Neal, Jackie Earle Haley, Lasso, Minor League, Buttermaker, Ted Lasso, Walther Matthau


What's Going On: Everything We Know So Far

After several failed attempts, the story of Marvin Gaye is finally headed to the big screen in the biopic "What's Going On." One of the main voices responsible for creating Motown's signature sound in the '60s, Gaye also helped usher in an era in which artists had more control over their music in the '70s. The singer-songwriter not only had incredible vocal range, but also played drums and piano. He enjoyed a string of hits for Motown before releasing his seminal album, "What's Going On" in 1971...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Marvin, James Gandolfini, Jamie Foxx, Warner Bros, Lenny Kravitz, Rolling Stone, Marvin Gaye, Cameron Crowe, Irs, Jimmy Iovine, Dre, Hughes, Kravitz, Gaye


Jonathan Majors Has Charisma To Spare In An Excellent Saturday Night Live (And Taylor Swift Was There Too)

Jonathan Majors may not be a household name yet, but once he starts making waves in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Kang the Conqueror in "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania," everyone is going to know his name. In fact, a bunch of people probably learned who Majors is last night after he hosted "Saturday Night Live" alongside musical guest Taylor Swift, who brought a 10-minute performance of her extended track "All Too Well" to "Saturday Night Live" after the debut of her revamped album "Red (T...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Television, Movies, News, Taylor Swift, Ted Cruz, Broadway, Britney Spears, Aidy Bryant, Jason Bateman, Taylor, Sherman, Cecily Strong, Pete Davidson, Thompson


KFC Is Selling Weird Princess Diana-Themed 'Spencer' Tie-In Merch

By JM McNab Published: November 14th, 2021
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Review: The Rossellinis

— by BEV QUESTAD — Roberto Rossellini was a famous director in Italy, but in the end, it is the haunting “Casablanca” star Ingrid Bergman, whom he married in 1950, that made his personal life international news and this film, “The Rossellinis,” mandatory viewing. Roberto Rossellini’s grandson, Alessandro Rossellini, has created an insider’s view of […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Italy, Isabella Rossellini, Ingrid Bergman, Roberto Rossellini, Alessandro Rossellini, BEV QUESTAD Roberto Rossellini


A YouTuber's Giving Old-School 'Sonic,' 'Mario,' And 'Zelda' Games Great 3D Remakes

By Stephen Buckley Published: November 14th, 2021
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Vulpix & Alolan Vulpix Grace the Sides of Hokkaido Jets

As part of an ongoing promotion, jets in Hokkaido will be plastered with images of Vulpix, both in normal and Alolan forms. Everything from the inside out is featured with the six-tailed fox Pokemon, certain to make children and adults alike enjoy the flight just a bit more. Since November 2018, Vulpix has been the […]
Tags: Japan, Marketing, Tourism, Pokemon, Anime, Hokkaido, Anime Goods, Aeroplanes, Alolan Vulpix Grace the Sides of Hokkaido Jets


How Eternals Fails To Live Up To The Potential Of Jack Kirby

There's no getting around it: Marvel Studios' new film "Eternals" is a weird movie. Not just weird compared to other Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, but compared to all movies that came before or since. It contains rapid-fire tonal shifts that make your head spin, jumping from light comedy to action to cosmic sci-fi and back again seemingly without blinking. The film slings strong themes we're not used to seeing in a PG-13 superhero flick, things like sex (and sexual identity), suicide, and th...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Jack Kirby, Gordon, Kirby, Zhao, Taika Waititi, Kevin Feige, Ragnarok, Sakaar, Chloe Zhao, Jack King Kirby, Neil Gaiman John Romita Jr


Teaser for 'Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss' Doc About the Hip Hop Star

"A voice of that generation." HBO has unveiled an official trailer for the music documentary Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss, another one of the films featured in the Music Box selection from producer Bill Simmons. This is premiering at the 2021 AFI Fest this month, hence the first trailer now before it arrives on HBO in December. Formerly known as The Party Never End, this music history doc film provides an "intimate" look at the life of gone-too-soon hip hop star known as "Juice WRLD", whose re...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, Chicago, Documentaries, Lucid, Bill Simmons, Jarad, To Watch, Juice WRLD


Frozen Star Josh Gad Is The Voice Of Muncher In Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Frozen Star Josh Gad Is The Voice Of Muncher In Ghostbusters: Afterlife The voice (such as it is) of Muncher in "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is none other than actor Josh Gad, who is best known for voicing the lovable snowman Olaf in the "Frozen" movies. The casting was confirmed by Gad himself on Twitter, who said, "Happy to be a part of the #Ghostbusters family."Muncher is the spiritual successor to Slimer, the gooey ghost from the original 1984 movie directed by Ivan Reitman. "Ghostbusters: Afte...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Nbc, Sony, Jason Reitman, Hulu, Penn, Josh, Chadwick Boseman, Olaf, Josh Gad, Gad, Reitman, Ivan Reitman, Muncher


Wolverine Was Almost Played By Mario, The Gladiator, And Danzig (VIDEO)

By Jordan Breeding Published: November 14th, 2021
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Hideki Kamiya Discusses Okami, Has Desire to Make a Sequel

Hideki Kamiya, the director of the beloved Okami and current head of Platinum Games, has expressed a great desire to revisit the world of Okami in a proper sequel, which will no doubt stoke his fans also making the same demands. When it launched, Okami wasn’t well received, and only built up a following later, […]
Tags: Games, Interviews, Anime, Continuations, Hideki Kamiya, Okami


The Eternals Fought Clifford The Big Red Dog And Won (At The Box Office)

Not since "Avengers: Endgame" has there been a battle of such epic proportions: the ancient godlike beings known as the Eternals facing off against the mighty kaiju Clifford the Big Red Dog. Though the adorable, over-sized labrador retriever put up a worthy fight at the box office this weekend, he couldn't quite overcome the might of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. reports that "Eternals" added $27 million to its domestic box office total over its second weekend at the box office, holding the #1...
Tags: Movies, News, Black Widow, Paramount Pictures, Clifford, Jack Whitehall, Big Red Dog, Shang Chi, Chloe Zhao, Darby Camp, Walt Becker


'Blade Runner's Bonkers Behind-The-Scenes Reason For Its Title

By JM McNab Published: November 14th, 2021
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Asanagi Creating Sexy Life-Sized Demon Girl Figure

Renowned artist Asanagi has announced the ongoing construction of a life-sized demon girl figure made in his style and though it is not yet finished, the artist’s abundance of fans will surely be curious if they intend to ever sell it. Asanagi posted a tweet showcasing various angles of his upcoming figure, saying it is […]
Tags: International, Statues, Anime, Otaku, Anime Figures, Oppai, Image Gallery, Asanagi


5 Children’s Books That Won't Drive Parents Mad

By Chris Corlew Published: November 14th, 2021
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Dune: How Denis Villeneuve Designed the Ornithopters

I saw Denis Villeneuve’s positively epic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel Dune a while back, and I’m still thinking about it because there’s just so much beauty, detail and complexity woven into the film that it will take many re-visits to fully appreciate them all. One of the vehicular visual highlights of the film has got to be the Ornithopter, a sleek aircraft inspired by Dragonflies. In this short making of video by IGN Denis Villeneuve talks about the creation and desig...
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First Trailer and Poster for Michael Bilandic’s PROJECT SPACE 13

The art world satire comes to MUBI in December. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The Historically Incompetent Reign Of Sultan Ibrahim The Mad

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: November 14th, 2021
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