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Star Spangled War Stories #162 - Joe Kubert art, cover & reprint

Joe Kubert Star Spangled War Stories v1 #162, 1970 - Despite Joe Kubert's provocative bisected cover, the issue contains mostly reprints. Prominent among these is “No Answer from Sarge”, a Kubert tale from Our Army at War #91. The Unknown Soldier makes his only appearance in three new framing pages (also by the artist). Other artists in this issue include Russ Heath, John Severin and Sam [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Sam, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Russ Heath John Severin


X-men #118 - John Byrne art

X-men #116 X-men v1 #118, 1979 - After being rescued at sea by a Japanese ship, the X-men are subsequently taken to the island of Honshu. Their arrival coincides with a conflagration that rages across the port city. This foreign adventure is impeccably drawn by John Byrne. Japanese culture is faithfully portrayed, from the clean architecture to the traditional attire. A bold two-page spread at [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, X-men, Superhero, Unknown, Honshu, 1970s, Byrne, John Byrne


Anime Figure Repainter Producing Absurdly Detailed Works of Art

A YouTube user with the name “MAman” (and is actually a woman) has been acrruing significant notoriety due to the quality of her work, which involves making or repainting anime figurines to have superb details and coloring to the point they seem like masterful illustrations, and bound to have some observers wondering if she has […]
Tags: Artists, Anime, Comparison, Otaku, Anime Figures, Image Gallery, Video Gallery


The Daily Stream: Mr. Smith Goes To Washington Is Chicken Soup For The Cinephile's Soul

(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: "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"Where You Can Stream It: HBO MaxThe Pitch: An idealistic young senator enters the corrupt "wilds of Washington" D.C., where he works to bring change in the U.S. political system without sacrificing decency.Together with "It's a Wonderful Life," "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" is one of two Fran...
Tags: Hbo, England, Hollywood, Movies, Washington, Senate, Ted, Capitol Hill, Smith, Jason Sudeikis, Frank Capra, Stewart, U S Senate, Capitol, George Bailey, Jimmy Stewart


How to ‘mod’ someone on Twitch

Your Twitch moderator will ensure your chat is peaceful. Our guide will show how to mod someone on Twitch.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Video Games, Trends, How-to, Streaming, Twitch, Twitch moderators


The [email protected] Paizurilla Girls 2 Makes Use of Gigantic Breasts

Circle Imadaya’s superb artwork has been compiled and placed on DLSite once again for fans to purchase, with their latest pack, The [email protected] Paizurilla Girls 2, focusing on the IdolMaster girls as they provide perfect paizuri that result in highly explosive orgasms. There is artwork of at least five girls as they provide stimulation to […]
Tags: Games, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Kemonomimi, [email protected], Mizugi, Paizuri


Headsup: Manifest, Money, and Maude

Disclaimer: Warner Brothers Home Entertainment requests that we note it provided a free copy of Manifest: The Complete Third Season for review purposes. The opinions we share are our own. Over a year has passed since the miraculous homecoming of Flight 828 and the discovery of others who have mysteriously returned. While the Stone family endeavors to keep their friends safe and make their enemies believe the unbelievable, new challenges will test their trust of the callings and each ...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Nbc, Netflix, Middle East, Headsup, Blu-ray, Paramount, Cameron Crowe, Maude, Wolf, Harold, DiCaprio, Ruth Gordon, Valhalla


Activision-Blizzard Allegedly Thieved Breast Milk From Nursing Female Employees

Amidst the sexual harassment Activision-Blizzard lawsuit, more accusations towards the company and its male employees have continued to surface, this time with various feminists with the usual pronouns on their social media pages complaining about having their breast milk stolen and other related issues. The complaints include theft of breast milk from nursing mothers, unsanitary […]
Tags: Games, Crime, Blizzard, Bizarre, Milk, Courts, Anime


Tales From The Box Office: Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol's Biggest Stunt Was Its Massive Success

The "Mission: Impossible" franchise, much like the name implies, has been a downright impossible and wild thing in the Hollywood landscape. The movies have, against all odds, survived since 1996 when the original, somewhat humble action flick -- starring Tom Cruise and based on the TV show of the same name -- was released. They have never been rebooted in 25 years, and there are two more movies on the way, with Cruise still at the center of it all as Ethan Hunt. It could be argued that the franc...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Brad Bird, Abrams, J J Abrams, Jack Reacher, Rogue Nation, Ethan Hunt, McQuarrie, Daniel Craig Bond, Christopher McQuarrie McQuarrie, Tomorrowland Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec Alias


Victorian Doctors (Wrongly) Thought Beards Could Prevent Diseases

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: December 11th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Ethan Tyrrell


Give Us A Bee-Man Movie, Hollywood

By Maxwell Yezpitelok Published: December 11th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Maxwell Yezpitelok


Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: SPACE at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: December 25, 2021)

It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same rhyme word. Then you post your limerick(s) as a comment to this post and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too. I hope you’ll join me in writing limericks using SPACE at the end of any one line. (Homonyms or homophones are fine.) The best submission will be crowned Limerick-Off Award Winner. (Here’s last week’s Limerick-Off Award Winner.) Additionally, you may write themed limeric...
Tags: Facebook, Humor, Contests, Limerick, Writing Prompts, Limericks, Facebook Limerick, Behavior & Personality, Food & Drink Humor, Food Humor, Food Limerick, Limerick Competition, Limerick Contest, Limerick Writing Contest, Limerick & Haiku Prompts, Limerick-Offs


Limerick-Off Award (484)

It’s time to announce the latest Limerick-Off winners based on submissions (on this blog and on Facebook) in the last Limerick-Off. Congratulations to TERRY MARTER, who wins the Limerick-Off Award for this funny limerick: A rude nude in a mood, lewd and crude, Stalked a dude who she thought should be wooed. But the dude, who’s a prude, Did not want to be screwed, Or (for that matter) stalked, so he sued. Congratulations to TIM JAMES, who wins the Special CRIME-Themed Limerick Award for this fu...
Tags: Facebook, Paris, Humor, Charles Dickens, Contests, Venus, Limerick, Donald, Helen, Tom, Ronald, SHELLEY, Nate, David Friedman, Dave Johnson, Edwin Drood


Silent Hill Creator’s Slitterhead Promising a True Nightmare

Bokeh Game Studio, a newly formed game developer consisting of Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama, has at long last announced their first title “Slitterhead”, a horror-based work that features plenty of grotesque creatures and hopefully promises a terrifying experience. The announcement trailer reveals some of these unnerving monsters as well as a person who can […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Horror, Events, Anime, Announcements, Guro, Image Gallery, Silent Hill, Keiichiro Toyama, Bokeh Game Studio, Slitterhead


New Spider-Man: No Way Home TV Spots Show Doctor Strange Deploying Magic Runes

With the release date less than a week away, what hasn't already been revealed officially about the plot of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" through the trailers (and the recently-released opening scene) has unfortunately made its way online in the form of very unofficial leaks. If you're trying to avoid spoilers in the lead-up to its release, your best bet is to hide in a panic room with your phone on Airplane Mode until December 17.If you're not trying to avoid plot details (or if you don't have a pa...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Trailers, Jamie Foxx, Wanda, Sandman, Rhys Ifans, Elizabeth Olsen, Peter, Loki, TVA, Agatha, Peter Parker, Alfred Molina, Thomas Haden


How Denzel Washington Inspired Killmonger's Black Panther Appearance

In "Black Panther," Michael B. Jordan's Killmonger has a torso covered in scars, with each one representing a life he's taken. Brought to life with almost 90 silicone molds according to the movie's press kit, they're a very real and physical equivalent of figurative notches on an assassin's belt. Killmonger is a bad dude who has nonetheless drawn praise as a sympathetic, richly motivated villain -- one of Marvel's best. It turns out Jordan also drew inspiration for his character from a classic D...
Tags: Movies, Washington, Uganda, Jordan, Denzel Washington, AFI, Ethiopia South Sudan, Killmonger, Denzel Washington Inspired Killmonger, AFI American Film Institute Addressing Washington


Review: Newtok

— by BEV QUESTAD — As the permafrost continues to thaw due to climate change, the Alaskan Yup’ik people in Newtok have created boardwalks and bulkheads to adapt to the dissolving ground and steadily encroaching river and sea waters. Their despair and poverty grow as their land fades away. Newtok, some 600 miles south of […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Newtok, Andrew Burton, Michael Kirby Smith


Splatoon’s Caramel Cutie Marina Treated Roughly in Sex Game

Splatoon goddess Marina has given amorous males a chance to penetrate her by way of this interactive sex game, which has the talented Creambee animating an illustration made by Klimspree, the creation also naturally taking advantage of Splatoon’s theme of messy fluids to have an overly explosive orgasm scene. The sex game, which can be […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Marina, Tan, Splatoon, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Caramel Cutie Marina Treated Roughly, Klimspree


Podcast: Tributes paid to radio executive John Evington

In the latest podcast from RadioToday, friends and colleagues pay tribute to radio presenter, programmer and executive John Evington, who died on 4th December 2021. In this special edition presented by Stuart Clarkson, you will hear from John himself as well as tributes from: Steve King, David Duffy, Terry Underhill, Phil Trow, Martin Campbell, Trevor Thomas, Jason Hardy, Paul Chantler, Phil England, James Piekos, Paul Carrington, Johnny Beerling, Barry David, Ray Crowther, Jim Davis, Steve P...
Tags: People, Radio, John, Signal, David Lloyd, RadioToday Programme, RTP, Stuart Clarkson, John Evington, Ian Deeley, Hannah Patterson, Kelvin MacKenzie John, Piccadilly Radio Centre Radio Signal Radio, Manchester Special, Broadcast Bionics Processing


Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Gameplay Trailer: Play As The Bad Guys, Kill The Good Guys

If you've ever had the burning desire to punch The Flash in his smug, sleek little face, now is your chance. The new DC Comics video game from Rocksteady (the "Batman: Arkham" series) "Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League" is an action-adventure game revolving around the titular team's attempts to defeat Brainiac after he invades Earth and brainwashes the Justice League. The game is said to be a continuation of the "Batman: Arkham" series, but will not feature Batman as the title character or ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Superman, Trailers, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Harley Quinn, Batman, Deadshot, Rocksteady, Boomerang, Arkham, Justice League Players, Rocksteady Suicide Squad, Batman Debra Wilson


The Last Duel In Canada Was Appropriately Apologetic

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: December 11th, 2021
Tags: Canada, Humor, Ethan Tyrrell


Japan’s Top 10 Google Searches of 2021 Surprisingly Diverse

With the end of the year closely approaching, end-of-year statistics have started to emerge to give readers an overall summary of the year that was 2021, this ranking in particular gathering together the most searched terms on Google for Japanese residents, which had a great deal of variety with celebrity gossip, real life events, anime […]
Tags: Google, Japan, Rankings, Olympics, Baseball, Anime, Monster Hunter, Jujutsu Kaisen, Tokyo Revengers


Why Do Video Games Struggle To Be Funny?

By Mark Hill Published: December 11th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Mark Hill


New to Netflix - BAD BOYS FOR LIFE

Mike and Marcus reunite when their past comes back to haunt them. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Marcus, Mike, The Movie Waffler


Wonder Core: the funniest Japanese ad since Mr. Sparkle

For the longest time, commercials were something that you had to accept. They still are in some ways, but modern viewing practices provide several evasive options for dealing with ads. Whether you speed search with your DVR or snipe the "skip ad" button on YouTube like Clint Eastwood in a western, commercials are more tolerable than they've ever been- because you can avoid them. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, Funny, Clint Eastwood, Humor, Japanese, Randomness, Japanese ads


Star Wars Just Revived A Classic Villain From The '90s

Heads up, "Star Wars" fans (particularly those who grew up in the '90s) -- the franchise has just revived a classic villain. It's admittedly a small bit of information for the time being, and could be nothing more than an Easter egg. Then again, it could blossom into something more significant, depending on how Lucasfilm decides to play it. At the very least, [redacted] is now canon again! That could mean revisiting, in some sense, a big period of storytelling from the franchise's past.Warning: ...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, News, Disney, Nintendo, Lucasfilm, Emilia Clarke, Black Sun, Palpatine, Thrawn, Crimson Dawn, Coruscant Crimson Reign, Xizor


New Release Review [Cinema/VOD] - LOLA AND THE SEA

An estranged father and daughter embark on a road trip to honour the wishes of their late wife/mother. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, World cinema, Vod, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole


#hamradio needs something like the Arduino

About a week ago, this Tweet flashed across my feed: mia :) @lifeonunicorns Happy 10 million UNOs, @ arduino My first UNO was one of the things motivating me to get into electronics as a child. As an older child I’m now happily studying Computer Science in Uni and you are one of the reasons. Very happy to hold this in my hands now! I retweeted and added the comment, “#hamradio needs something like the Arduino.” The more I think about this, the more I think this is true. An UNO is s...
Tags: Kids, Radio, Arduino, Pluto, UNO, Building/Homebrew


That 'Yellow Submarine' CGI Remake Would Have Been Creepy As Hell

By JM McNab Published: December 11th, 2021
Tags: Humor, JM McNab


'The Batman's Penguin Spin-Off Could Be Dark As Hell (And Great)

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: December 11th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Batman, Cezary Jan Strusiewicz



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