Tom King Talks Human Target

Tom King Talks Human Target  Dec 6, 2021 wordballoon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYfIHYqQBl4 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Halo Trailer: The Legendary Video Game Is Now A Paramount+ Series

He's not finishing the fight ... this time, it's only just beginning. Thanks to the Paramount+ "Halo" streaming series, everybody's favorite futuristic super-soldier is officially making the jump from video games (and a frankly absurd amount of extensive lore in various books and graphic novels) to live-action. Microsoft, Bungie, and eventually 343 Industries' incredibly popular "Halo" series revolutionized the gaming industry with 2001's "Combat Evolved," and continued to up the ante with each ...
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Steve Conley drawing The Middle Age webcomic on YouTube

Steve drawing The Middle Age webcomic  Dec 6, 2021 Steve Conley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LjGmY3OZu8   Powered by Restream https://restream.io/ I'm drawing and inking the next episode of The Middle Age webcomics (which you can read on WEBTOON, GoComics, Tapas and on my own site at middleagecomic.com) Steve Conley drawing webcomics live Dec 6, 2021 ...
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Drawing Werewolves with Chris Flick

Drawing Werewolves with Chris Flick Christopher Mariano Dec 4, 2021 Baltimore Comics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsQLZg_LTCc Awooooo! It's time to turn your friends (or yourself) into a werewolf, courtesy of furr-iffic comics artist Chris Flick and Christopher Mariano! From Baltimore Comic-Con Live 2020's Kids Love Comics programming. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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TeenLIVE Author Talks: Laura Lee Gulledge

TeenLIVE Author Talks: Laura Lee Gulledge Maggie Craig The New York Public Library November 5, 2021 https://vimeo.com/showcase/7795791/video/642795747 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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TeenLIVE Author Talks: Robin Ha

TeenLIVE Author Talks: Robin Ha Chelsey Masterson The New York Public Library June 14, 2021 https://vimeo.com/showcase/7795791/video/563033219 Robin Ha (She/her) is a Korean American cartoonist based in Washington DC. She is the author and the illustrator of Almost American Girl, a 2021 Walter Award honoree memoir, and Cook Korean!: A Comic Book With Recipes, a New York Times bestselling cookbook graphic novel. Robin grew up in Seoul, South Korea, and moved to ...
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Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 12/8/21

TASCHEN AND MARVEL TEAM UP FOR 'MARVEL COMICS LIBRARY' Serie of Deluxe Reproductions Starts Off with Early Spider-Man Stories Posted by Brigid Alverson on December 7, 2021 https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/49931/taschen-marvel-team-up-marvel-comics-library   LIBRARY OF AMERICAN COMICS AND EUROCOMICS MOVING FROM IDW TO CLOVER PRESS First Project Will Be 'Terry and the Pirates: The Master Collection' Posted by Brigid Alverso...
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Journey Into Mystery #54 - Al Williamson, Steve Ditko art, Jack Kirby cover

Jack Kirby Journey Into Mystery v1 #54, 1957 - This bombastic cover by Jack Kirby is typical of his silver age monster-themed comics. As odd looking as the creature is, it bears no resemblance to the Steve Ditko story inside (see interior page below). His drawings are far more ape-like and approachable in style. Al Williamson chronicles the tale of a homely man in a futuristic city. Though [Author: Unknown]
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Barnyard Comics #12 - non-attributed Frank Frazetta art

Barnyard Comics #12 Barnyard Comics v1 #12, 1947 - Not attributed in comic book guides, Frank Frazetta's begins providing illustrations for text stories starting with this issue. Both "Lazy Opossum" and "Little Brother" leave little room for artwork, and the resulting visuals seem a tad confined. Neither show the depth of skill Frazetta would display in subsequent issues. Other artists in this [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Nude Bathing & Bikinis Invade Sekai Saikou no Ansatsusha

Slave dealer assassination series Sekai Saikou no Ansatsusha, Isekai Kizoku ni Tenseisuru has taken a brief respite from murdering evildoers as all the characters bath and play around in swimsuits, a seemingly inescapable fate for nearly any anime show as all the nude or scantily clad girls will surely have male watchers feeling quite amorous. […]
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First Trailer and Poster for Guy Ritchie’s OPERATION FORTUNE: RUSE DE GUERRE

Ritchie's spy caper comes to cinemas in 2022. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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First Trailer for 'Sonic the Hedgehog 2' with Idris Elba & Jim Carrey

"Face it, you're never going to get my power." Paramount has revealed the first official trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog 2, landing in theaters next April. Yes, a sequel to that wacky fun hybrid CGI / live action movie that they had to redesign at first to get the look of Sonic right. This new one is once again directed by Jeff Fowler, and brings back Sonic and Tails, along with his human friends. They're on the search for search for an emerald that has the power to destroy civilizations. It ...
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Seth MacFarlanable Content

Seth MacFarlanable Content
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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Film Drops an Electrifying Fast-Paced Trailer

The Sonic the Hedgehog film, touted as having the best opening weekend for a video game movie of all time, has naturally unleashed the trailer for its upcoming sequel movie, boasting the same blend of comedy and seriousness as the first release whilst introducing some more familiar characters and elements that will surely have dedicated […]
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Star Wars Eclipse Trailer: Fire Up The Drums For An Epic Lucasfilm Video Game

The Game Awards 2021 has some trailers coming out of it for movie and TV tie-in games with geek appeal. One of those is "Star Wars Eclipse," a new game set in the High Republic era of "Star Wars," a couple hundred years before the mainline movie series.The official "Star Wars" YouTube channel bills the trailer for "Eclipse" as a "cinematic reveal," and boy howdy, they aren't kidding. There's some real drum-tastic pageantry to this thing, enough to excite even a non-gamer. Honestly, the effects h...
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Code Geass C.C. and Karen Dakimakura Covers Tastefully Nude

The Code Geass Fukkatsu no Lelouch film is inspiring the creation of some appropriately sexy dakimakura covers featuring art of C.C. and Karen, the two unmistakably supple females sure to have aficionados of the female form taking part in another heated debate over whether breasts or butts are superior. C.C. and Karen as depicted on […]
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Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Trailer: Gotta Go Fast To The Sequel

The world's favorite anthropomorphic blue hedgehog is making his return and — as expected —he's moving faster than ever. Now I know what you're thinking — how fast is he really if the work had to wait two years for his return? But considering the sequel was filmed in the midst of a global pandemic, this was a pretty short gap. Still, it might've been just enough time to forget the horrors of the original Sonic character design, so you best prepare your eyes because that image is about to recircu...
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The Daily Stream: In A World Speaks Volumes To The Lack Of Female Representation In Voice Work

(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: "In a World..."Where You Can Stream It: HuluThe Pitch: Remember all of those movie trailers from the '90s that start with a deep, luscious male voice describing what the film will be about? If so, you're no stranger to the popular phrase "in a world...." That opener was made famous by legendary voice actor Don LaFontaine w...
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Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer Cast Continues To Grow, Adding Florence Pugh, Rami Malek, And Benny Safdie

Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan's biopic about the father of the atomic bomb, "Oppenheimer," has attracted even more major stars to its cast. Florence Pugh ("Black Widow"), Rami Malek ("Bohemian Rhapsody"), and Benny Safdie ("Good Time") will be joining the already stacked cast in a film that wrestles with the legacy of one of the most complicated men in U.S. history.  An A-List Cast For A Big Biopic The trio joins Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Cillian Murphy, which is sha...
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Sundance 2022 Line-Up Includes Films By Riley Stearns, Amy Poehler — Here's 10 We're Excited To See

The Sundance Institute is embracing our new normal with Sundance 2022, a hybrid festival presented both virtually and in-person. Festival audience members are invited to attend film premieres in-person, at screenings across Park City, Utah; or online, during on-demand time windows. There's also the option of attending the Satellite Screens, seven independent arthouse cinemas across the US which will showcase a special selection of Sundance films for local audiences. Sundance 2022 will run throug...
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The 15 Best Marlon Brando Movies Ranked

Widely considered to be one of — if not the — greatest actors of all time, Marlon Brando's career spanned more than six decades and left an indelible impact on cinema. Across the nearly 50 films he made, Brando was nominated for eight Oscars and won two, first in 1955 for "On the Waterfront" and again in 1973 for his most famous role in "The Godfather." Brando's career began in the theater, training with famed acting teacher Stella Adler. Thanks to her tutelage, Brando popularized method acting ...
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See Ya, Space Cowboy: Netflix Cancels Cowboy Bebop After First Season Flop

Bad, but not entirely unexpected news for fans of the Netflix "Cowboy Bebop" adaptation. Despite the fact that showrunner André Nemec was only getting warmed up, Netflix has canceled the audacious adaptation only a month after the first season was released on the streaming service. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the live-action "Cowboy Bebop" is no more after a lackluster reception by critics and fans alike. It turns out that Netflix just won't carry that weight. A Big Swing And A Miss For...
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'Cigs Inside' Is The Latest Zoomer/Boomer Divide

By Carly Tennes Published: December 09th, 2021
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Good Miku Day Shares Art Praising the Beloved Hatsune Miku

The social media trends resume as the world-revered Vocaloid Hatsune Miku gets a day dedicated to her (as if she doesn’t have enough already), prompting artists, fans, and everything in-between to share their love for her through art and photos, and bound to draw newcomers in to the world of Vocaloids as a result. Some […]
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12 Movies Like Tropic Thunder That Will Surely Make You Laugh

Comedy films from major studios may have hit a downward spiral in the past decade, but during the early 2000s, the genre flourished under the likes of Judd Apatow, Adam McKay, and the Farrelly brothers. In 2008, "Tropic Thunder" united many of the greatest comedic actors of the era in a masterwork that put Hollywood's feet to the fire.Ben Stiller is one of the funniest leading men of this generation, but he's also proven to be an incredible director in his own right. Stiller proved his merit as ...
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Thor: Love And Thunder Will Be Composed By Oscar-Winning Marvel Vet Michael Giacchino

Good news, Marvel fans! One of the most in-demand composers currently working is set to rejoin the Marvel Cinematic Universe and add more of his patented memorable themes to a franchise that, to be brutally honest, could certainly use them. Michael Giacchino, known for his work on the recent "Star Trek" films, the "Jurassic World" trilogy, the latest "Planet of the Apes" movies, and Pixar's "Up" (which won him an Oscar), is returning to the MCU to take up composing duties for "Thor: Love and Thu...
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It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's Latest Episodes Are More Potent Than Monkey Beer

Last week, I questioned if the gang from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" can ever change, and this week, the series gave us a definitive answer. In another double drop of episodes on FXX and FX on Hulu, the "Sunny" gang released episode 3, "The Gang Buys a Roller Rink," and episode 4, "The Gang Replaces Dee with a Monkey." The first of this week's episodes goes back in time to the 1990s, when college-aged Mac (Rob McElhenney) and Charlie (Charlie Day) worked at a local roller rink and Dennis...
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Thora Birch Has Left Tim Burton's Wednesday Series

It's a sad day for fans of Thora Birch, who unfortunately had to exit "Wednesday," the live-action Addams Family series for Netflix from Tim Burton. Birch had already begun filming episodes, but left the set in Romania to return home due to an emergency. In the exclusive news break from Deadline, a rep from series producer MGM stated, "Thora has returned to the States to attend to a personal matter and will not be returning to the production." Additional sources have stated that Birch left to ha...
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Ben Affleck-Ana De Armas Erotic Thriller Deep Water Pulled From Schedule, May Not Actually Exist At This Point

Rumor has it Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck made a movie together. And by rumor, I mean it's a well-documented fact that the pair co-starred in the Adrian Lyne erotic thriller "Deep Water," but it's getting hard to believe this movie is real given we haven't seen a single piece of footage and its release has been delayed a million times over the past year. Now The Wrap reports that the film has been pulled from the 20th Century Studios theatrical release calendar entirely — so you can understand o...
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Mermaid Adventure 'The King's Daughter' Trailer with Pierce Brosnan

"The creature! In the water… she called to me." Gravitas Ventures has unveiled an official trailer for The King's Daughter, arriving in theaters nationwide in January. This sounds a bit like a swashbuckling live-action Little Mermaid, but with some different twists to it. King Louis XIV's quest for immortality leads him to capture and steal a mermaid's life force, a move that is further complicated by his illegitimate daughter's discovery of the creature. She forms a bond with the mermaid an...
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