Apatoff on Political Cartoons, part 1-2

POLITICAL CARTOONS AT THE CROSSROADS David Apatoff Illustration Art blog December 03, 2021 POLITICAL CARTOONS, part 2: ART YOUNG David Apatoff Illustration Art blog December 5, 2021 https://illustrationart.blogspot.com/2021/12/political-cartoons-part-2-art-young.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves #55 - Steve Ditko cover

Steve Ditko Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves v1 #55, 1976 - Few artists could eschew depth and modeling successfully like Steve Ditko. Although his cover's picture plane is relatively flat, the drawing puts a strong emphasis on design. The pointed leaves in the foreground contrast nicely against the curved forms of the feline shadow. Other artists in this issue include Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koiosuru Exuding Multiple Forms of Beauty

More scenes from Sono Bisque Doll wa Koiosuru have teased the graphical beauty of the anime as more of the cute Kitagawa makes an appearance, her quirkiness combined with her prettiness sure to make her easily adored by watchers as she has the protagonist make her cosplay clothes. The new and highly eccentric trailer that […]
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Herrscher of Flamescion Rides a Male’s Pole in Ero-MMD Animation

Honkai Impact 3‘s legion of tempting seductresses and their attractiveness has led to them being depicted erotically in fan creations, the pretty Herrscher of Flamescion being no exception as this MikuMikuDance animation has the woman being thrust down onto a male’s rod, certain to have some wondering if she is doing it voluntarily or being […]
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Alec Baldwin On Halyna Hutchins Shooting Death: ‘I Didn’t Pull The Trigger’

Actor Alec Baldwin claims he did not pull the trigger on the gun that was used to kill cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the New Mexico set of the movie “Rust.”
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Mai Shiranui & Gender Swapped Terry Bogard Figures Announced

Highly detailed and curvaceous figures based on legendary ninja girl Shiranui Mai and the gender swapped Terry Bogard from SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy have been announced, a proper heads-up to fans eager to add these two lovely fighters to their collections. The figures are titled “SNK The King of Fighters ’98 Mai Shiranui Bishoujo” […]
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Doctor Who New Year's Special Trailer: Happy Holidays, Have Some Daleks

"Doctor Who: Flux" has just come to an end, but there's no rest for the wicked -- or for Time Lords and their companions. After the credits rolled on the season 13 finale, the BBC aired a trailer for "Doctor Who: Eve of the Daleks," the upcoming New Year's special set to premiere on January 1, 2022.And what better way to ring in the New Year than with a time loop? The trailer for "Eve of the Daleks" features the return of one of the Doctor's oldest enemies, but rather than dying permanently when...
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CNN Has A 'Doomsday Video' For The End Of The World

By Oona O'Brien Published: December 05th, 2021
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Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei Tsuioku Hen Ever Sweet & Innocent

The full trailer for Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei Tsuioku Hen has been released, giving fans a look into the past of the two main characters and their initially rocky relationship as the series will explain how they grew so close a bond (which will likely be put into practice by desperate individuals). The “Reminiscence Arc” […]
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Queen Elizabeth Owns Every Dolphin In The U.K.

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: December 05th, 2021
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5 Marvel Characters We'd Love To See Keanu Reeves Play In The MCU

Keanu Reeves has officially announced that it would be an "honor" for him to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Good sir, the honor would be ours.In an interview with Esquire, the "Matrix Resurrections" actor revealed: "It would be an honor [to join the MCU] ... There's some really amazing directors, and visionaries, and they're doing something no one's ever really done. It's special in that sense in terms of the scale, the ambition, the production. So it'd be cool to be a part of that."Marvel ...
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Will There Ever Be A Christmas Chronicles 3? Here's What We Know

"The Christmas Chronicles" was a massive hit for Netflix when it debuted on the streaming service in 2018. It was watched by 20 million people in its opening week itself and led to a sequel where Kurt Russell reprised his role as the uber-cool, gruff Santa Claus and accompanied kids on another adventure to save Christmas.The first "Christmas Chronicles" film follows children Kate and Teddy, who sneak into Santa's sleigh after he visits their home, causing the sleigh to malfunction. Santa's reind...
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Rumor Suggests PlayStation Plans to Launch Rival Subscription Service

Bloomberg has reported that PlayStation is planning its own subscription service in the same style as Xbox’s Game Pass and Nintendo Switch Online, offering current and classic games for a monthly fee. Fans of the console should hope they do better than Nintendo with its own expansion. The infamous and hated Jason Schreier posted tweets […]
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The Daily Stream: The Clovehitch Killer Will Make Your Daddy Issues Seem Pretty Chill

(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 Clovehitch Killer"Where You Can Stream It: HuluThe Pitch: The holidays lure families out of their mundane daily lives to gather and spend quality time with one another. But how well do you really know your family? Have you ever seriously questioned their morality or had cause for concern about your relation to them, e...
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Chucky Season 1 Ending Explained: Who Lived, Who Died, Who Wants To Play Again?

The range of emotions the "Chucky" TV series has put me through made me feel almost as bats*** insane as the "Child's Play" franchise itself -- not that I'm complaining. Good media makes you feel things, and "Chucky" has made viewers feel a lot of things.If you're one of those viewers, we can work through our emotions together as we attempt to make sense of the wonderful, whacky, and weird events of the "Chucky" season 1 ending with an in-depth look at what happened to the characters, how it all...
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Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi’s Tan Beach Queen Reigns Supreme

Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi has been subjected to the obligatory beach episode as viewers get to witness each lovely female character in a skimpy bikini, the caramel Natsume bound to secure the most worshipers as not only her perfect body can be adored but her personality as well. The other two girls will […]
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Video Game Makers Forgot One Thing For Easy Mode

By Erik Barnes Published: December 05th, 2021
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Hercules Unbound #9 - Walt Simonson art & cover

Walt Simonson Hercules Unbound v1 #9, 1977 - Fighting his way through a vast compound, Hercules must determine why the technological attacks seem to emanate from his friend David Rigg. Walt Simonson's cover unfortunately suffers from the heavy handed inks of Al Milgrom. Similarly, the story art bears little resemblance to Simonson's eclectic style. Rough layouts are provided to artist Bob [Author: Unknown]
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6 Side Effects Of Adding A Kid To Your House

By Chris Corlew Published: December 05th, 2021
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The Reason Dragon Ball Z Has All Those Filler Episodes

"Dragon Ball Z" is a wildly popular anime series that's best known for its epic action sequences. The action-packed shonen franchise has a reputation for being filled to the brim with crazy battle arcs and long drawn out fights, but not every episode of the show keeps the bloody, breakneck pace going. Some slow down to explore the characters in other, unexpected ways; I'm talking, of course, about the many filler episodes scattered throughout "Dragon Ball Z." Although the temptation is to dismis...
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This Movie Got Martin Scorsese Temporarily Banned From China

From 1997 until 2012, no Martin Scorsese films were available in China. 2020 was the first year in history wherein the Chinese box office outstripped that of the United States, and 2021 is shaping up to be the same. The highest-grossing films of this year are "The Battle of Lake Chanjing," which made $900 million, and "Hi, Mom," which made $850 million and is the highest grossing film ever directed by a woman. The third highest is "F9." China's relationship to modern Hollywood is deep and compli...
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Kusanagi Studio Background Art Vol 2 ( Sci-Fi ) Book Review

Kusanagi ( 株式会社草薙 ) is a prolific animation background art studio located in the Nerima area of Tokyo. Founded in 1990, it has contributed background art work for a huge number of animation and video games. This book is the 2nd volume from a long running series of art books dedicated to the showcase of studio’s impressive background art portfolio. With a special focus on background art for the science fiction genre, I chose to pick up this particular volume for review also because of sentimen...
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Netflix's Texas Chainsaw Massacre: 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.)As any good horror fan worth their salt can tell you, the dead never truly stay dead, and this is doubly true for horror's biggest heavyweights – slasher franchises. In yet another installment of the frequently sequelled, rebooted, and remade horror series, Netflix is delivering a direct sequel to Tobe Hooper's original 1974 horr...
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Why Archer's Father's Identity Doesn't Matter

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: December 05th, 2021
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The Censored Version of 'Die Hard 2' Makes Sense, Actually

By JM McNab Published: December 05th, 2021
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'Friends' Gunther: Why Is He Funny?

By Andrew Wheat Published: December 05th, 2021
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Shiga’s Maibara City Offering Rice to Families Struggling Financially From Covid

Shiga Prefecture’s Maibara City has disclosed that they intend to offer free rice to families with young children who are struggling financially as a result of the Chinese Coronavirus, certain to be regarded as thoughtful and genuinely helpful in comparison to the “aid” certain Western countries have been handing out. The city intends to give […]
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Let Go Of Tools In Space, And Lose Them Forever

By Ryan Menezes Published: December 05th, 2021
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The Alternate Return Of The Jedi Ending We're Glad We Never Had To See

It might be a little controversial to say this, but "Return of the Jedi," is one of my favorite films in the "Star Wars" universe. It's an epic conclusion to the original trilogy and has one of the happiest endings in the film franchise. The Death Star is destroyed, Darth Vader turns back to the light side, and fireworks explode across the galaxy (which is kind of like being at Disneyland, but 10x cooler).Yet the trilogy as we know it today could have been extremely different, had the original e...
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