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NPR reviews 3 YA graphic novels

3 YA graphic novels that highlight the timelessness of teenage themes this autumn [Passport by Sophia Glock; Huda F Are You? by Huda Fahmy; Stars, Hide Your Fire by Kel McDonald and Jose Pimienta] Etelka Lehoczky December 7, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/12/07/1061750798/3-ya-graphic-novels-that-highlight-the-timelessness-of-teenage-themes-this-autum ...
Tags: Comics, Npr, Huda, Mike Rhode, Jose Pimienta, Kel McDonald, Sophia Glock, Huda Fahmy, Meghan Collins Sullivan NPR


IGN Editor Initially Refused Covering PSN Allegations “Never Heard of Him”

The ever morally righteous and not at all corrupt IGN initially refused to cover the accusations made against now-former Senior Vice President of PSN George Cacioppo where he tried to meet a minor for sex, with Dan Stapleton, IGN’s Executive Editor of Reviews, stating that he “never heard of him” – the so-called video game […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Children, Internet, International, Playstation, Anime, Sites, IGN, Production Controversy, Dan Stapleton, George Cacioppo


Anime NYC sees a couple of dozen Omicron cases out of 53,000 attendees

Friends who attended anime convention with man who contracted omicron have tested positive for coronavirus, health official says [in print as Omicron scare at N.Y. convention] By Lenny Bernstein , Frances Stead Sellers and   Fenit Nirappil   Washington Post December 5, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/12/03/nyc-anime-covid-omicron/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Lenny Bernstein Frances Stead Sellers, Fenit Nirappil Washington Post


Anime NYC's Omicron case feels fine, credits vaccination

U.S. coronavirus cases approach 50 million as New York City imposes new vaccine mandate [Anime NYC; in print as U.S. cases approach 50 million as NYC imposes mandate] By Lenny Bernstein, Frances Stead Sellers, Paulina Villegas, and Rachel Pannett   Washington Post December 7 2021: A10 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/12/06/omicron-covid-anime-nyc-vaccinated/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, New York City, Mike Rhode, Rachel Pannett Washington Post


Smithsonian's webcomics Drawn to Art: Ten Tales of Inspiring Women Artists

Digital Comic Series Illustrates the Stories of 10 Women Artists The Smithsonian American Art Museum has teamed up with students at the Ringling College of Art and Design to share the stories of women artists from across decades and disciplines. Drawn to Art: Ten Tales of Inspiring Women Artists is a suite of 10 comics about artists, each with artwork represented in SAAM's collection, as imagined by ...
Tags: Comics, Women, Webcomics, Smithsonian, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Mike Rhode, Ringling College of Art


New Trailer and Poster for Guillermo del Toro’s NIGHTMARE ALLEY

The remake of the classic noir comes to UK/ROI cinemas in January. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Guillermo Del Toro, Poster, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, Nightmare Alley


Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 12/6/21

Before Even Receiving a Name, Omicron Could Have Spread in New York and the Country A health care analyst came to Manhattan for an anime convention. His trip shows how the virus once again outpaced the public health response. By Joseph Goldstein, Julie Bosman, Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura and Roni Caryn Rabin A version of this article appears in print on Dec. 6, 2021, Section A, Page 1 of the New York edition with the headline: How...
Tags: Comics, England, New York, Disney, Manhattan, Batman, Halle Berry, Hulu, Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, Sean O Connell, Miles Morales, Kim Dickens, Craig Russell, John Glover, Mike Rhode


RIP, the Post's editorial page editor, Fred Hiatt

I didn't agree with him all that often, especially with his treatment of the editorial cartoons (especially not replacing Tom Toles with permanent hire), but this is a sad thing. Fred Hiatt, Washington Post editorial page editor, dies at 66 https://www.washingtonpost.com/obituaries/2021/12/06/fred-hiatt-dies/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Fred Hiatt, Mike Rhode, Tom Toles, Fred Hiatt Washington Post


New to VOD - DEADLY CUTS

The staff of a hair salon turn to vigilantism to protect their business. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Vod, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole


Amazing Adventures v4 #13 - Jack Kirby cover reprint & reprints

Amazing Adventures v4 #13Amazing Adventures v4 #13, 1980 - Reprinting the earliest adventures of the X-men, this series showcases silver age artwork by Jack Kirby. This issue's main story, featuring the return of the Blob, first appeared in X-men #7.  - - - - - - - - - - Home / Kirby / Amazing Adventures / X-men / Marvel ebay  >this issue  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Jack Kirby, Ted Ignacio


New Trailer and Poster for BORIS KARLOFF: THE MAN BEHIND THE MONSTER

The documentary comes to Shudder in January. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Boris Karloff, The Movie Waffler


Strange Tales #178 - Jim Starlin art & cover (top 10) + 1st Magus

Jim Starlin 1.  Strange Tales v1 #178 featuring Warlock, 1975 - After his own self-titled series ran for only eight issues, Adam Warlock returns as the main feature on this long running title. Jim Starlin recaps his history on four full pages, then embarks on a new storyline. Failing to save a young woman, Warlock discover her assassins hail from the Universal Church of Truth. Although [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Top 10, Superhero, Unknown, 1970s, Warlock, Jim Starlin, Starlin, Adam Warlock, Strange Tales, Universal Church of Truth Although


The Essential Marvel Movies You Must Rewatch Before Spider-Man: No Way Home

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" feels like it's been a long time coming, at least by Marvel Cinematic Universe standards. The end of 2019's "Far From Home" left audiences with one heck of a cliffhanger, setting the stage for Tom Holland's biggest cinematic adventure as the beloved superhero to date. This movie has a whole lot going for it, with Doctor Strange along for the ride, the Marvel multiverse cracking wide open, and whatever surprises are in store we don't even know about yet.As such, it might...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Garfield, Sandman, Tom Holland, Spidey, Peter Parker, Stephen Strange, Alfred Molina, MCU, Jon Watts, Green Goblin, Willem Dafoe, Thomas Haden Church


Shows Like Game Of Thrones You Definitely Need To See

Yes, some years ago, "Game of Thrones" ended — a walker was killed, a dragon burned a throne, a boy who couldn't become king became the king, and a fanbase went wild. But whatever disappointments "Game of Thrones" ended with, the show still began with undeniable promise.It wasn't like the others. It was a big-budget fantasy series — a rarity at the time — and rewrote entire conceptions about narratives driven by morality. The good would no longer benefit from the tradition of hand-holding wholes...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Kingdom, Michael Bay, America, Barack Obama, Turkey, Rome, Netflix, United States, House, New Jersey, Korea, Mark Wahlberg, Boardwalk Empire


Bond Producers Want To Work With No Time To Die Director Cary Fukunaga Again

Cary Fukunaga might be fresh off of directing the latest high-flying entry in the world of James Bond, but if Barbara Broccoli has anything to say about it, this won't be the last time he teams up with 007. The delightfully named owner of the James Bond film franchise can't stop saying nice things about the "No Time to Die" director, and it seems the feeling is mutual. Fukunaga's Bond film might feel like the closing of a door, but maybe it's also the opening of a window? At the very least, revi...
Tags: Apple, Movies, News, Broadway, James Bond, Barbara Broccoli, Bond, Macbeth, Cary Fukunaga, Barbara, Eon, Broccoli, Fukunaga, Barry Keoghan, Daniel Craig s Bond


Sonic 2 Brings Back Original Video Game Voice Actor As Tails

Hollywood sure loves to take away voice-over roles from actors whose performances have become synonymous with the character in favor of someone with a bit more Hollywood star-power, but Paramount Pictures just made video game fans' nice list after it was announced that Colleen O'Shaughnessey, who has been voicing the character since 2014, would be joining the cast of "Sonic the Hedgehog 2" to continue her reign as Miles "Tails" Prower. "Taking my old pal Tails for another adventure," announced O...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Idris Elba, Paramount Pictures, Sega, Kane Hodder, Nintendon, Colleen O Shaughnessey, O Shaughnessey, Shaughnessey, Jason Voorhees O Shaughnessey


Thandiwe Newton May Join The Cast Of The Next Magic Mike

The cast of the upcoming (and if the title is to be believed, final) "Magic Mike" movie has been growing (and/or showing) and it's making us feel a certain kind of way. When we first reported on "Magic Mike's Last Dance," there was no word on who would be joining the cast outside of Channing Tatum, who has been gyrating and thrusting as "Magic" Mike Lane since the first film debuted in 2012. But Thandiwe Newton is apparently throwing her tear away clothes into the ring and we couldn't be more ex...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, News, Channing Tatum, Steven Soderbergh, Magic Mike, Westworld, Newton, Mike, Tatum, Soderbergh, Reid Carolin, Carolin, Maeve Millay, Mike Lane


James Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli Thinks Women Deserve Their Own Characters

"No Time to Die" is the latest film in the 007 series. There have now been 25 James Bond films, the last several starring Daniel Craig who is now retiring from the role and the franchise. Of course, speculation is rife in terms of who should play the famous spy that everyone immediately recognizes. I mean, it always is, but now that Craig is leaving, it's hit a fever pitch. Producer Barbara Broccoli, she of the fabulous name, and controller of the Bond films along with her brother Michael G. Wil...
Tags: Movies, News, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Barbara Broccoli, Bond, Craig, Bond Bond, Michael G Wilson, James Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli


Strays: Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx, And Will Forte To Lead Talking Dog Revenge Movie From Barb And Star Director

Who let the dogs out? Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx, and Will Forte bring a happy howl-iday treat for movie lovers; the trio will voice-star in the upcoming live-action/CGI comedy "Strays," about an abandoned dog who tag-teams with local strays to exact revenge on his ex-owner. This will be director Josh Greenbaum's follow-up to his feature breakout, the unashamedly silly "Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar." "Strays" is penned by Dan Perrault, whose un-fur-gettable "American Vandal" script stands as ...
Tags: Movies, News, Jamie Foxx, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Pixar, Ryan Reynolds, Joe, Miller, Louis Leterrier, Foxx, Ferrell, Barb, Spidey, Feig, Erik Feig


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Don't Look Up Review: This Smug, Shrill Disaster Movie Satire Is Just A Disaster

Who is "Don't Look Up" for? Adam McKay stepped away from his unapologetically silly comedies with 2015's "The Big Short," a semi-serious investigation into the crisis surrounding the United States housing bubble. It was a new side to McKay, and while the film outfitted famous players in goofy wigs, the reception was positive, and the message was sound. McKay ventured further down this path with "Vice," his acidic biopic of Dick Cheney. The reaction to "Vice" was more mixed -- most critics tore i...
Tags: Reviews, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Movies, White House, Gop, United States, Meryl Streep, Evans, Kate, Donald Trump, Cate Blanchett, Dick Cheney, Jonah Hill, Chris Evans, Trump


What The Hell Is Going On With Succession?

By Carly Tennes Published: December 07th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Carly Tennes


The Usual Twitter Users Hate the New Spider-Gwen Redraw Fan Art

An art-focused trend made the rounds on social media as it involved the new Spider-Gwen from the upcoming Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) trailer, the many submissions, of course, stirring the usual discourse amongst Twitter users who have all the time in the world to complain about things that bother them. A day after […]
Tags: Movies, Photoshop, Internet, Spider-Man, International, Feminism, Artists, Anime, Gwen, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery


In a growth phase? 5 business planning tips for teams

A period of growth is exciting, but proceed with caution until you have a fully developed business plan. Here, a seasoned leader outlines his advice for building a team that will find continued success.
Tags: Recruiting, Radio, Teams, Hiring, Team Building, Business Plan, Select, The Agency, Grow Your Team, Staffing Strategy, Teams Advice


5 ways indies can recruit competitively in 2022

Ready to grow your business? Find out how your independent brokerage can compete against the industry’s heavy-hitters with these strategies used by six successful indies.
Tags: Niche, Service, Radio, Columns, Onboarding, Social Media Presence, Recruit, Indies, Niche Markets, Brokerage, Select, Troy Palmquist, Indie Brokerage, Recruiting Talent


The 20 Best Netflix Original Movies Of 2021 Ranked

Over the past few years, Netflix has slowly been building its reputation as a production company to take seriously during awards season. And since the pandemic took a bite out of theater attendance, the streaming service has taken every opportunity to further flesh out its already formidable slate of original content. In 2021, Netflix received an impressive 36 Academy Award nominations, the most of any distributor, and would go on to win seven of those (two for "Mank" and "Ma Rainey's Black Bott...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Montana, Massachusetts, India, New York City, Los Angeles, Earth, Netflix, Brooke Shields, Jake Gyllenhaal, Vogue, Stephen Sondheim, Amy Poehler, Broadway, New Zealand


Here's The Latest Round Of Kevin Feige Giving Perfect Non-Answers To Pressing Marvel Questions

There are few people better at giving non-answers about upcoming projects than Marvel President Kevin Feige. (One standout is Dave Filoni, who's non-answers are so fun and lovely that, once I hear them, I no longer care what we were talking about to begin with.) Feige is a master of giving us all just enough hints without spoiling anything. As you may have read, Feige recently sort of suggested that Netflix Marvel star Charlie Cox could appear in the MCU. It would make sense, of course. Bring hi...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Young Avengers, Hawkeye, Nova, Jessica Jones, Krysten Ritter, Cox, Kevin, Challa, Kevin Feige, Wakanda, Chadwick, Jon Bernthal


How to link your Fortnite accounts

Fortnite supports cross-play across all platforms, including PS5, Series X, Switch, and mobile. We've put together a guide on how to link Fortnite accounts.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, How-to, Playstation, Crossplay, Cross-platform, Fortnite, Fortnite Guides


Nation’s largest MLS adds a far-flung neighbor to the north

The Coastal Mendocino Association of Realtors has shut down its own MLS in favor of joining the California Regional MLS.
Tags: California, Radio, Mls, Mendocino, Select, Art Carter, MLS & Associations, Crmls, California Regional MLS, Mls Consolidation, Statewide Mls, Birdie Wilson-holmes, Cmar, Coastal Mendocino Association Of Realtors


Attending a FSBO open house? Here’s how to walk away with a win

When handled correctly, attending an open house hosted by the seller of a for-sale-by-owner listing can translate into solid lead. Here's what you should — and should not — say to win them over.
Tags: Opinion, Radio, Commission, Agent, FSBO, Select, For Sale By Owner, Darryl Davis



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