Detective Comics #450 - Walt Simonson art

Detective Comics #450 Detective Comics v1 #450, 1975 - After the assassination of Senator Locksley,  the Batman is driven to find both the perpetrator and those who hired him. Walt Simonson emphasizes the hero's clever and sometimes brutal methods in solving a case. There is mild distortion in some of the faces and figures, but overall the artwork is gritty and visceral. His depictions of the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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H de Hajiketa Itazura Wizard’s Sex is Absolutely Relentless

H de Hajiketa Itazura Wizard ~Mahou no Chikara de Itazura Shihoudai~ is yet another title about alternate worlds and returning to home worlds, sure to leave players very much confused, though, the significant amount of quality sex scenes will surely be the most desired aspect of the title. The protagonist was summoned to another world […]
Tags: Games, Comedy, Fantasy, OP, Anime, Tentacles, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels, H de Hajiketa Itazura Wizard

Valiant Heroes Fight the Japanese in Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road

Shokei Shoujo no Ikirumichi (Virgin Road) is a series promising plenty of action scenes and drama as the plot revolves around the extermination of trouble-making Japanese people who venture to this distant world from their home, certain to have many intrigued by such a strange premise. A more intricate summary of the story that has […]
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Anime, PV, Image Gallery, JC Staff, Isekai, Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road, Shokei Shoujo, Ikirumichi Virgin Road

Final Fantasy XIV Goes to School in New Manga Series

It has been announced that the legendary MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV will be adapted to a spin-off manga series titled “Final Fantasy XIV Eorzea Private Academy”, providing fans with a different take on a story years in the making. Few details about the actual manga were shared, only that it will be a light-hearted series […]
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A Hampered Relationship (Limerick)

“Wet clothes in the hamper? That’s foul!” Said a gal to her spouse, with a scowl. “What is wrong with you men!? If you do it again, I’ll divorce you and throw in the towel.”
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Kristen Stewart Reacts To The Spencer Oscar Buzz

Note: This article was originally published with the headline "Kristen Stewart Doesn't Care About The Spencer Oscar Buzz," based on Variety's own reporting that the actress responded to a question about Oscars buzz by saying, "I don't give a s***." Though she did say that, she did so in a jokey tone and later said she was "stoked" to be in contention for an Academy Award. The article has been updated to better reflect Stewart's response.Kristen Stewart has come a long way since playing Bella Swa...
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The Daily Stream: The Purge Is Still Relevant, Still Scary, And Still As Eloquent As Ever

(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 Film: "The Purge"Where You Can Stream It: HBOMaxThe Pitch: A totalitarian political party called the "New Founding Fathers of America'' are voted into office following an economic collapse in 2014. The fringe group passes a law sanctioning an annual event called the "Purge", wherein all crime is legal and emergency services are t...
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Supervillains Pull of Heist of the Century in Super Crooks

Netflix unveiled the trailer and opening theme to their upcoming anime series “Super Crooks”, giving fans of supervillains a look at the main cast and their stories, as well as a sexy girl dancing in the street in an opening probably few will be skipping. Based on the graphic novel by writer Mark Millar and […]
Tags: Crime, Money, Trailer, OP, Dancing, Netflix, Anime, Mark Millar, Bones, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Seiyuu, Super Crooks

4 Weird Video Game Controllers (That Are A Blast To Use)

By Stephen Buckley Published: November 20th, 2021
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Kristen Stewart Doesn't Care About The Spencer Oscar Buzz

Kristen Stewart has come a long way since playing Bella Swan in the "Twilight" movies. The actress recently starred in the oceanic thriller "Underwater" and the lesbian Christmas rom-com "Happiest Season," plus she's making moves behind the camera on her first feature, "The Chronology of Water," and she's developing a gay ghost-hunting show. Somehow, Stewart also somehow found the time to star in "Spencer," Pablo Larraín's haunting glimpse into the private life of Princess Diana. Stewart's perfo...
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife Scores Estimated $40.5 Million Opening Weekend, Lower Than 2016 Reboot

Hold on to your proton packs, "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is at the top of this week's box office. Variety reports that the fourth film in the "Ghostbusters" franchise is estimated to earn around $40.5 million on its opening weekend, outperforming the original projection of $27-$30 million. Heading toward the Thanksgiving weekend, Sony is anticipating the film will continue to rake in the marshmallows thanks to positive word-of-mouth and the reunion of families for the holiday looking for entertai...
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The Baffling Santa-themed Town (Built In A Desert)

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: November 20th, 2021
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Spirited: Ryan Reynolds And Will Ferrell's Christmas Carol Musical Will Have Music By Dear Evan Hansen Songwriters

A few months ago, a TikTok trend emerged where people would sing each voice part of the Mika song "Grace Kelly" to prove their vocal range, and the sound would spin-off into its own trend as the backdrop to tell a story that would increasingly get weirder or wilder with every new moment. During the trend's peak, an unlikely duo appeared to take a crack at it, with Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell dueting the vocal parts of "Grace Kelly."Reynolds captioned the video with "Late to the Grace Kelly tr...
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Tales From The Box Office: Ghostbusters 2016 Oddly Paved The Way For Ghostbusters: Afterlife

In modern Hollywood, franchises don't stay dead for long. This weekend is proving as an illustration to that very point, as "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is hitting theaters just five years after "Ghostbusters" (2016) failed quite spectacularly to reignite the long-dormant and beloved horror/comedy series. This new entry (which is more of a proper "Ghostbusters 3" in the way "Creed" was "Rocky VII") was originally supposed to come out last year, which would have been a wait of just four years betwee...
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Voir: 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.)Netflix has provided quite the nice home for filmmaking icon David Fincher, known for movies such as "Fight Club," "Se7en," and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," among many others. The streaming service has allowed him to branch out into TV with projects like the wildly popular "Mindhunter," as well as giving him a platform ...
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Kakkou no Iinazuke PV Focusing on Sachi Umino

Forced marriage anime Kakkou no Iinazuke has distributed another PV dedicated solely to teasing one of the show’s characters, with this latest release focusing on the protagonist’s sister-in-law Sachi Umino and hopefully conveying the anime’s romantically turbulent nature in the process. Kakkou no Iinazuke stars the 17-year-old Nagi Umino who learns that he is from […]
Tags: Romance, Drama, Trailer, Anime, Image Gallery, Video Gallery, Shin-Ei Animation, Kakkou no Iinazuke, SynergySP, Sachi Umino, Nagi Umino

Bokuten – Why I Became an Angel the Epitome of Heavenly

A hardcopy release for angelic eroge Bokuten – Why I Became an Angel has descended from the heavens, promising buyers a slew of extra content and a wallscroll, sure to make for pleasing extras in the case the moving and sexy visual novel isn’t satisfactory. The title has male protagonist Tomoe Kirinokojima, who follows the […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Romance, OP, English, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Visual Novels, MangaGamer, Tomoe Kirinokojima

Encanto's Soundtrack Is Now On Sale: Watch A Magical Featurette About The Music

You didn't think the Year of the Musical had already come to a close, did you? There's at least one more left on the docket in 2021, with the imminent arrival of the new animated film "Encanto." /Film's review by Josh Spiegel calls it "an often beautiful film to look at, with crisp and colorful design work, sometimes surprisingly photorealistic character touches, and creative and stylishly fantastical musical sequences. It bears noting that "Encanto" "...has its weaknesses, but none of them have...
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George Washington Was One Of America's Top Whiskey Producers

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: November 20th, 2021
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Before 'Ted Lasso,' There Was 'Cavemen': A Dual History Of Commercials-Turned-Sitcoms

By Keegan Kelly Published: November 20th, 2021
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Why Netflix's Cowboy Bebop Changed Faye Valentine's Costume

Though "Cowboy Bebop" showrunner André Nemec promised in September that "we will never take the original anime away from the purists," some fans -- let's be clear here, overwhelmingly male fans -- have called foul on the new look sported by their favorite sex object, Faye Valentine. Unfortunately for them, the show commits the grave sin of giving the character (who, we should emphasize, is a bounty hunter in a space western) more practical clothing beyond the itsy-bitsy teenie-weenie male gaze t...
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Movies By Hellbound Director Yeon Sang-Ho You Can Stream Today

With the success of shows like "Squid Game" and "Hellbound," 2021 has been a huge year for South Korean horror on Netflix. Based on "The Hell," a digital comic written by Yeon Sang-ho and Choi Kyu-seok, "Hellbound" is about a nation learning to cope with a new phenomenon of unearthly beings showing up and dishing out bloody condemnation to those deemed sinners, leading to the rise of a religious sect led by Jung Jin-soo (Yoo Ah-in) founded on divine justice. From the official synopsis:Investigat...
Tags: Amazon, South Korea, Movies, America, Netflix, Busan, Seoul, Ma Dong, Peninsula, Don Lee, Kim Hyun, Seoul Station, Yeon, Gong Yoo, Yeon Sang ho, Yeon Sang

'Black. White.': Ice Cube's Reality Show That Won An Emmy (For Blackface)

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: November 20th, 2021
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Even The Original 'Ghostbusters' Was Fueled By Nostalgia

By JM McNab Published: November 20th, 2021
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The Blathering Botanist (Limerick)

John the botanist’s dull as can be. His life is a blathering spree. He ignores all my pleas To stop shooting the breeze, And can talk all the bark off a tree.
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Weekend Post

This is a traditional post.  My annual tips for flying during Thanksgiving week.  Fly (and read) at your own risk. Leave for the airport NOW. Don't wait until the last week . Bring no... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Feminists Outraged Over Onsen Musume’s “Sexualized Young Girls”

Onsen Musume, a years-old project that has various onsen areas in Japan anthropomorphized into anime girls, recently came under fire from Japanese feminists angry at its usage of “sexualized young girls”, a situation reminiscent of the Love Live! and Uzaki-chan poster fiascos. Onsen Musume is a multimedia project in Japan that began in 2016 and […]
Tags: Japan, Politics, Internet, Censorship, Marketing, Feminism, Tourism, Anime, Bathing, Onsen, Lolita, Okayama, Character Design, Onsen Musume, Uzaki

And Just Like That: 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.)"Sex and the City,"  HBO's groundbreaking series based on Candace Bushnell's book of the same name, revolutionized the way television portrayed sex, relationships, and life for women in their 30s. The show lasted for six seasons and sparked two follow-up films, as well as the two-season prequel series "The Carrie Diaries." Sevent...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, Davis, Nicole Ari Parker, Sarah Jessica Parker, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Carrie, Chris Noth, Candace Bushnell, Che, Ivan Hernandez, Michael Patrick King, Patricia Field, Samantha Kim Cattrall

The Black Phone Star Promises That Ethan Hawke Is 'Terrifying'

Ethan Hawke is no stranger to horror films, with roles in iconic genre entries like "The Purge" and "Sinister" proving that he's a force to be reckoned with in that cinematic vein. Now, once again he teams up with producer Jason Blum and director Scott Derrickson ("Sinister") for "The Black Phone," based on the short story by Joe Hill ("NOS4A2," "Horns," "Locke & Key"). While "The Purge" sees the actor being tormented by masked assailants, "The Black Phone" will see Hawke this time become the ma...
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Amateur radio in the news: Defib donated to radio club, Chickasaw hamfest (video), KI1M SK

Defib donation for radio club Transmission is loud and clear between the Bendigo Amateur Radio and Electronics Club and the La Trobe University Student Paramedic Association. The LASPA raised funds for an AED device back in 2019, and finally got the chance to deliver it last Wednesday. BAREC president Neil Patton expressed his thanks to the student paramedics. “BAREC is extremely grateful to LASPA and for their generous support,” he said. “The arrival of the defibrillator fulfils certain aspect...
Tags: Radio, NARS, Salem, Columbus, Hudson, Peter, Nashua, Chickasaw, ARRL, Everything Else, John E, Alvirne, Defib, Bendigo Amateur Radio and Electronics Club, La Trobe University Student Paramedic Association, LASPA

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