Miscellany - Quiz on Smith

Quiz: Which comic contained Barry Windsor Smith's only western story? Answer - - - - - - - - - - Home / Miscellany [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Kou Iu no ga Ii Manga Rife With Casual Sex

The everyday lives of a couple are put front and center in Kou Iu no ga Ii as there is plenty of carefree sex and naughty activities that will surely keep readers entertained. All sorts of content is available in the series as it focuses on the daily lives of the main couple, such as […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Anime, Bathing, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Kou Iu no ga Ii

Vira’s Entry Into Granblue Fantasy Versus Has Players Looking Up Her Skirt

Granblue Fantasy Versus has continued to deliver what little sex appeal it can as the seductive Vira has been thoroughly ogled by dedicated players, who discovered that the woman’s pantsu is naturally on display and can be set to different colors (like with most previous female fighters). Those dedicated to the contingent that respects the […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Fantasy, Anime, Vira, Oshiri, Pantsu, Fighting Games, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Granblue Fantasy, Arc System Works, Cygames

Operating notes: LID!, iced out, short skip

About a week ago, I called CQ on 40 meters, and had a station reply, “GET AN 8 CALL LID.” Of course, there was no ID. Now, I thought I’d done everything right. I called QRL? before launching into my CQ and my sending was pretty good, I thought. So, who knows? Ice on the ladder line Friday night, we got some freezing rain here. It wasn’t a lot, and by late Saturday morning, the roads were clear. Oddly, though, the ice persisted on trees and bushes. It was quite beautiful, actually.  I actually...
Tags: Radio, Ice, Antennas, Cw, Ann Arbor, NVIS, Promotion & PR

The Daily Stream: The Swerve Is Essential If You Can Appreciate A Bleak Descent Into Madness

(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 SwerveWhere You Can Stream It: TubiThe Pitch: Holly is a housewife and mother who seemingly has a good life: a pretty solid teaching job, a loving husband who is about to be promoted, and a great set of kids. But a serious case of insomnia proves that all is not well in Holly's world. Not to mention her insomnia meds ....
Tags: Movies, Holly, Fritz Lang, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Azura Skye, Dean Kapsalis, Kapsalis

The Fiery Kunoichi Enters the DNF DUEL Arena

Kunoichi joins the other steamy female characters of DNF DUEL, taking on the Dragon Knight, the Inquisitor, and Striker to captivate the fans’ attention in the upcoming fighting game. The dark elf Kunoichi is a faster fighter and can even summon a fire frog while wielding chakrams, fire-based abilities, and wearing form-fitting clothes: The open […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Elf, Tan, Nexon, Ninja, Oppai, Fighting Games, Image Gallery, Arc System Works, Kunoichi

1883 Review: Journey Northwest With The Ancestors Of Yellowstone

The Paramount+ series 1883 premieres its first two episodes today and I got a chance to see them in advance. I've also seen the third one, and let me tell you, folks, I'm absolutely hooked. Here is the official info for the show:Created by Academy Award Nominee Taylor Sheridan, "1883" is the highly anticipated prequel to the Emmy nominated series "Yellowstone." Premiering December 19th on Paramount+, the original series stars Academy Award nominee legend Sam Elliott, Grammy Award Winner Tim McGr...
Tags: Elsa, Texas, Television, Movies, Montana, New York City, America, John, Tim McGraw, Roma, Paramount, Northwest, Yellowstone, James, Thomas, Elliott

Don't Make Her Tap The Sign

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Paul Rudd's Saturday Night Live Was Totally Disrupted And Weird, Thanks To Omicron

Was there a new "Saturday Night Live" this past weekend? The answer is a little more complicated than you might think. Initially, yes, there was supposed to be an entirely new episode of "SNL" hosted by Paul Rudd. In fact, it would have been kind of a big deal, because not only was it the Christmas episode, but it was going to be the fifth time that the "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" co-star hosted the show. Unfortunately, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic had different plans.In the afternoon leading ...
Tags: Reviews, New York Post, New York, Television, Movies, Israel, Tom Hanks, Charli Xcx, Paul Mccartney, Tina Fey, Steve Martin, Mike Myers, Aidy Bryant, Rudd, Pete Davidson, Dick

How Honduras And El Salvador (Sort Of) Went To War Over A Soccer Match

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: December 19th, 2021
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Atelier Ryza Reisalin Thigh Mouse Pad Truly Comforting

Reisalin Stout, the main heroine of Atelier Ryza, has always been famous for having ideal thighs, and now the cultured individuals at Hobby Japan have capitalized on that by offering a mouse pad that includes her treasured lower body. The thigh pad is listed as “life-size”, a 1:1-scale reproduction of Reisalin’s stature, measuring 27.6 x […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Otaku, Oppai, Anime Goods, Zettai Ryouiki, Hobby Japan, Mouse Pads, Ryza, Atelier Ryza, Reisalin

'The Red Ape Family' NFT Animated Series Is Worse Than Normal NFTs

By Stephen Buckley Published: December 19th, 2021
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It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia Finally Unites The Two Great Irish Underdogs

What's up, jabronis? Somehow the gang behind "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" managed to make a dream come true that I didn't even know I had: they united "Sunny" with "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," the best "Trek" of them all. In "The Gang's Still in Ireland," we're finally introduced to Charlie Kelly's (Charlie Day) biological father, an Irish cheesemonger named Shelley Kelly. Charlie finally finding his father after 14 seasons is huge, and he's being played by Colm Meaney, who also played t...
Tags: Television, Movies, Ireland, Philadelphia, Limerick, Miles, Rick, Charlie, Paddy, Starfleet, Colm Meaney, Charlie Kelly, Shelley Kelly, Shelley Kelly Charlie, Miles O Brien O Brien, Miles O Brien Two Irishmen

The Significance Of Elder Blood In The Witcher

There's a lot of talk about Elder blood in "The Witcher" season 2, and specifically about how Ciri (Freya Allan) might be the "Child of Elder Blood," a prophesized mage with incredible power who will usher in a new era and deliver vengeance for the Elves. There are many different kinds of magic in the world of "The Witcher," including that of the Witchers and the Chaos used by most mages. But what does it mean to have Elder blood, and how is that magic unique? Let's break down the genealogy behi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Lara, Witcher, Ciri, Cirilla, Kaer Morhen, Geralt Henry Cavill, Ciri Freya Allan, Anna Shaffer, Nivellen Kristofer Hivju, Lara Dorren Ciri

Shaomomo Boldly Wears Azur Lane’s Sirius Uniform

The cute and sexy cosplayer Shaomomo has now worn the Azure Horizons outfit of Azur Lane‘s bountiful Sirius, wherein her top is nothing but two straps that hang down to cover the most vital parts of her large bust, the woman possessing the right size of bosom to pull the cosplay off effectively. Just like […]
Tags: International, Anime, Cosplay, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Azur Lane, Shitapai, Shaomomo

Nightmare Alley Cinematographer Dan Laustsen On Shooting Blood, Smoke & Mirrors [Interview]

"I hope I don't disappoint," Dan Laustsen said. He doesn't, on the big screen or in person. After years of hearing directors sing the praises of Laustsen, one of the great cinematographers working today, it was a pleasure finally speaking to the man himself. Especially about a film such as Guillermo del Toro's "Nightmare Alley," which, like Stan's (Bradley Cooper) cheap tricks, casts quite a spell on the audience. Over the years, Laustsen has shot a variety of hypnotizing films, including "John ...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, News, Toronto, Bradley Cooper, Rooney, Alexa, Copacabana, Wolf, Toro, Guillermo, Stan, John Wick, Cate, Christophe Gans

Spider-Man: No Way Home Breaks The Multiverse With Staggering $253 Million Opening Weekend

Sony's "Spider-Man: No Way Home" has been breaking hearts and records this weekend. The third installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Spider-Man" movies managed to rake in a colossal $253 million in domestic box office earnings opening weekend. This far exceeds the projected $130-$150 million that the film was expected to gross during its debut; in fact, "No Way Home" had already earned $120 million on opening day, making it the first pandemic-era release to earn over $100 million in one...
Tags: Europe, Movies, News, Sony, Tom Holland, Spidey, Peter Parker, Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group, No Way Home, Tim Rothman

Hong Sang-soo Heads to Berlin in Official US Trailer for 'Introduction'

"I hate being separated." "Me too." The Cinema Guild has released an official US trailer for the indie drama Introduction, the latest film made by prolific Korean filmmaker Hong Sang-soo. He's always making more films, sometimes more than one a year. This one premiered at the 2021 Berlin Film Festival earlier this year, and it seems that he made this during one of his other regular trips to the festival as it takes place IN Berlin this time (partially). A young man travels from South Korea t...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Trailer, Germany, Berlin, US, Korea, Indies, Seok, To Watch, Foreign Film, Cinema Guild, Hong Sang, Yeong, Kim Joo Bong Ki

Visual Novel Rewrite+ Steam Edition Censors Spicier Scenes

Visual novel translator Sekai Project recently launched Rewrite+, additionally delivering some bad news however as a few of the game’s CGs had to be censored in order to comply with Steam’s censorship demands, which have yet to subsist for horrifying things such as exposed pantsu. The translator launched a Kickstarter page a while back to […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Censorship, Steam, Kickstarter, English, Anime, Comparison, Pc Gaming, Oshiri, Pantsu, Visual Novels, Sekai, Sekai Project

Breaking Down That Heartbreaking Spider-Man: No Way Home Moment (Yes, That One)

Warning: major spoilers ahead for "Spider-Man: No Way Home.""Spider-Man: No Way Home" is a movie that made me cry several times. It's also a movie that, at its core, all about the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Peter Parker growing up and realizing what it truly means to be a hero. Throughout the film, we see Peter struggling to deal with the reality of his situation and the concept of accountability because he believes he can fix everything without any true repercussions ... until the tragic death...
Tags: Movies, Mit, Peter, Ben, Peter Parker, MCU, Green Goblin, Uncle Ben, Aunt May

Official Trailer for 'Charli XCX: Alone Together' Doc About the Singer

"It's just you, alone, with your issues." Greenwich Ent. has revealed a trailer for music documentary Charli XCX: Alone Together, which originally premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival earlier this year. This was made by the English singer known as "Charlie XCX" (real name: Charlotte Emma Aitchison), after she went into lockdown at the start of the pandemic in 2020. "Charli XCX, a pop star in quarantine embarks on a whirlwind journey making an album in 40 days that tests her creative and ...
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Amy Pascal & Kevin Feige Explain How Spider-Man Ended Up In The MCU

Once upon a time, in ye olde 2014, the movie rights to Spider-Man belonged to Sony, and Marvel Studios couldn't bring the arachnid hero to the big screen without setting off a torrent of lawsuits. Somehow, Sony president Amy Pascal and Marvel president Kevin Feige came to an understanding, sharing Spidey across their respective properties in an IP-lending move that had never really been done before. Now, Spider-Man is owned by Sony while also being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it c...
Tags: Movies, News, Marvel, Iron Man, New York Times, Sony, Andrew Garfield, Amy Pascal, Marvel Studios, Brooks Barnes, Pascal, Peter, Kevin, Kevin Feige, Tony Stark, Tom Holland

New Release Review [VOD] - BRUNO

A homeless man searches for his missing dog with the aid of a young runaway. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Vod, Bruno, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole

First Trailer and Poster for Irish Thriller DOINEANN

First look at the Irish language thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 12/18/21

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is a big, fat Christmas present for fans [in print as Fans will fall hard for this soaring flick] By Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post   December 17, 2021   : Weekend 24 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/spiderman-no-way-home-movie-review/2021/12/14/3e6dc558-5c64-11ec-ae5b-5002292337c7_story.html   For decades, a comic book showing Texas history in the most racist ways was given to Texas students ...
Tags: Comics, Texas, Sony, Columbia University, Hawkeye, Tom Holland, Spidey, Stephen Thompson, Glen Weldon, Mike Rhode, Pamela McClintock, Comics Research Bibliography, Michael O Sullivan Washington Post, Peter Parker Tom Holland, Dave Lieber, Sony Marvel

Winston Churchill Had A Doctor's Note To Avoid American Prohibition Laws

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: December 19th, 2021
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5 Gross Movie Foods That Look Delicious

By Bronwyn Isaac Published: December 19th, 2021
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Hey Spotify, Pay the Comics

By Matt Solomon Published: December 19th, 2021
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Salvador Dalí Demanded An Elephant As Payment ... And Got It

By Ryan Menezes Published: December 19th, 2021
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Meet Jimmy Wang Yu, the real-life gangster that inspired Bruce Lee

It's fascinating how interwoven the worlds of organized crime and entertainment are. From Sinatra to early stand-up comedy and Hollywood, gangsters were among the most important patrons in entertainment history. There's money laundering to think of, but I like to imagine my gangsters with a refined cultural palate, equivalent to an Austrian Archduke in the 1500s. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Hollywood, Movies, News, Kung Fu, History, Bruce Lee, Sinatra, Jimmy Wang Yu, Triads

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