Star Reach Classics #1 - Jim Starlin reprints

Star Reach Classics #1Star Reach Classics v1 #1, 1983 - Eclipse Comics began reprinting the independent Star Reach series from the 1970s. Included in this first issue are superb Jim Starlin stories from Star Reach #1. Other artists in this copper age science fiction comic include Dave Sim. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Starlin / Star Reach Classics / Eclipse ebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Taimanin Series Catering to Idol Fanatics With Idol Taimanin

Brutal rape eroge franchise Taimanin has continued to branch out into safe-for-work content as “Idol Taimanin” intends to cater to the idol-loving crowd, with two cosplayers planning to not only inform fans of upcoming Taimanin content but also sing and dance like regular idols. According to the official website for the project, Amemiya Luna and […]
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Britain's royal family gathers for Christmas at Sandringham. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Bond must face a global threat while renegotiating an old romance. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New to Shudder - GWEN

In 19th century Wales, a young girl struggles to keep her home together in the face of an unseen threat. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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First Trailer and Poster for Robert Eggers’ THE NORTHMAN

The Viking drama comes to UK/ROI cinemas next April. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Enchanted – A History Of Fantasy Illustration Book Review

An abundantly illustrated history of fantasy art, from the Old Masters to the present, Enchanted – A History Of Fantasy Illustration is a stunning hardcover volume that collects the art work that went on display at the exhibition of the same name held at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge Massachusetts, USA in the summer of 2021. For hundreds of years, artists have been inspired by the imaginative potential of fantasy. Unlike science fiction, which is based on fact, fantasy presents an...
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Every Alien Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

The Alien series is built around one of the greatest movie heroines of all time: Ellen Ripley, played by Sigourney Weaver. In the 2010s, "Alien" creator Ridley Scott, the alpha and omega of Alien directors, tried to fill Weaver's space boots with the likes of Noomi Rapace and Katherine Waterston. Their characters were like Ripley's surrogate daughters (as fans know, there's a precedent for one of those in Ripley's long and winding biography). And yet, more than 40 years after the debut of "Alien...
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Sayo Takanashi Ero-Figure Restricted & at the Mercy of Her Foes

Sayo Takanashi of Nitroplus’ Tokyo NECRO SUICIDE MISSION has been captured by her foes in the scenario depicted by this spicy figurine, the capable female being stripped nude whilst restricted with ropes, bound to have males desperately trying to resist doing lewd things to her when she arrives in November 2022. Sayo Takanashi can be […]
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The Northman Filmmaker Robert Eggers Was Inspired By This Ancient Norse Story

Robert Eggers' latest offering, "The Northman," gives its lead Viking (played by Alexander Skarsgård) a simple set of high-stakes motivations: avenge father, save mother, kill Fjolnir. The synopsis for the epic, starring Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Claes Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Björk, and Willem Dafoe, describes it as a revenge thriller that "explores how far a Viking prince will go to seek justice for his murdered father." If that sounds a bit like William Shakespeare's classic traged...
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Iron Man 3 Almost Killed Off Jon Favreau's Happy Hogan

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the future of Happy Hogan wasn't always so happy. Jon Favreau has been with the MCU since the very beginning; he directed the first two "Iron Man" movies and co-starred alongside RDJ as Happy. By the time "Iron Man 3" rolled around, however, Favreau had vacated the director's chair, and Marvel was ready to kill off his character.This reveal came at the red carpet premiere for "Spider-Man: No Way Home," the latest MCU film, which broke box office records over the...
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The 20 Most Romantic Christmas Movie Moments, Ranked

While most audiences watch Christmas movies for yuletide splendor, the ever-growing genre always seems to have a romantic trick or two up its sleeve. From madcap comedic adventures to dramatic epics, holiday films almost find time for a good love story somewhere along the way. In a cinematic landscape that features Christmas stories starring everyone from the Muppets to Buddy the Elf to Batman, it's fascinating to see how these lovey-dovey elements continually sneak into even the most unexpected...
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Lorne Michaels May Be Leaving Saturday Night Live, And Maybe He's Serious About It This Time

America's most influential and long-running live comedy show might be losing its showrunner in the semi-near future. "Saturday Night Live" creator Lorne Michaels, 77, is talking about retirement and has already chosen the ideal time to take a bow.Michaels, who created "SNL" in 1975, thinks the 50 year mark may be the best time to retire. He told CBS Mornings (via The Hollywood Reporter) that the semicentennial is the earliest he could envision himself leaving the show. "I'd like to see that thro...
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A West Side Story Sequel Is In The Works — On Stage

If you love the musical "West Side Story," maybe you've wondered what happened to Maria after the end of the show? (Yes, there are spoilers ahead for "West Side Story," but it's been around for a long time and it's based on a book that was based on a little play by William Shakespeare about star-crossed lovers, so if you live in the world, you probably know what happens. Still, you've been warned.)Well, it appears that we're going to find out. According to Forbes, (via Broadway.com), we're getti...
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Emily In Paris Review: Great Fashion Can't Solve This Show's Problems

The second season of Netflix "Emily in Paris" is as light as a bite of choux à la crème, but not nearly as delicious. The series' popular but maligned first season is perhaps most noteworthy for its cliche-riddled approach to French-American relations, along with the fact that unqualified social media strategist Emily (Lily Collins) seems to be constantly failing upwards.The sophomore season, which debuts December 22, course-corrects some of the first season's problems while inventing others. Th...
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How to set up Xbox Game Streaming and play games on your phone

Want to play your Xbox One and Series X/S games on your phone or PC no matter where you are? Now you can thanks to Xbox Remote Play. Here's how to get started.
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Kaijin Kaihatsubu no Kuroitsu-san Painstakingly Making Monsters

Kaijin Kaihatsubu no Kuroitsu-san is looking to deliver a chaotic time full of shenanigans and comedy as the series involves a research assistant who creates monsters for an evil organization to fight against heroes, the show bound to please those who prefer comedy over more serious plots. The trailer samples only a fraction of the […]
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'Saturday Night Live': Lorne Michaels Says He May Finally Retire

By Carly Tennes Published: December 20th, 2021
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Saturday Night Live: Lorne Michaels Says He May Finally Retire

By Carly Tennes Published: December 20th, 2021
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John Sebree will be the California Association of Realtors’ new CEO

Current CEO Joel Singer will retire on Jan. 5, 2022 after 43 years at C.A.R., including 32 years as CEO. John Sebree, currently CEO of the Missouri Realtors, will start at the California association on Feb. 1.
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Paul Verhoeven's Beautifully Blasphemous Benedetta Hits On Demand Tomorrow

Paul Verhoeven's subversive lesbian nun drama "Benedetta" will be available on-demand from IFC Films tomorrow. If you didn't have a chance to see it in theaters, you can check it out from home. The news comes to us through a tweet from IFC.If somehow you managed not to see the trailer for this, though I'm not sure how that's possible, you can check it out below. Maybe not at work though. Here is the synopsis for "Benedetta":In the late 15th century, with plague ravaging the land, Benedetta Carli...
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Watch: Experimental Short 'Beast' Set on Christmas Eve in Montreal

"Christmas is tiring… Just a bunch of kids yelling and running, anyway." How would you react if suddenly you lost control of your body and it started moving on its own? This freaky, fascinating experimental short Beast is made by a Montreal based filmmaker named Benjamin Nicolas. It's only 11 minutes and is shot in B&W. It's Christmas Eve, Martin drives customers in his VTC, suddenly, without warning, his body begins to make uncontrolled movements. Starring James Viveiros, a contemporary dan...
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Scream Featurette Looks Back At The Legacy Of Director Wes Craven

Paramount Pictures has released a new featurette for their #12ScreamsForTheHolidays social campaign. Today's present is a video with the cast and crew paying tribute to the horror icon himself, Wes Craven. Craven, who passed away in 2015 (RIP, good sir), directed the first four films in the series. He was absolutely beloved, which the interviews in the featurette make very clear. Before you watch, here is the info on the new film:Twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the qui...
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Paramount Plus combines on-demand streaming with live CBS sports — you can sign up for plans starting at $5 a month

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Paramount Plus has ad-supported and ad-free plans.Paramount Plus Paramount Plus is a streaming service with content from CBS, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and more. Subscribers can also watch live sports and exclusive original shows, like "1883."  Paramount Plus starts at $5/month with ads, and new members can get a 30-day free trial. Paramount Plus Essent...
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The Witcher Season 2 Ending Explained: Everybody Is Looking For Ciri

Season 1 of the Netflix sword-and-sorcery fantasy series "The Witcher" was admittedly a bit confusing, encompassing more than 40 years in our characters' lives before bringing it all around to their present day at the end of the season finale. The first season followed the titular Witcher, Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), the powerful mage Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra), and a young princess named Cirilla, or Ciri (Freya Allan), who is bound to Geralt by destiny. Geralt and Ciri first mee...
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Cobra Kai Season 5 Wraps Filming Ahead Of The Season 4 Premiere

That's a wrap on season 5 of the Netflix series "Cobra Kai"! Wait, you say. We haven't even seen the fourth season of the show yet. Yes, it's true! Co-creator and producer Jon Hurwitz tweeted the news about the end of shooting for the next season, before the new season arrives.If it doesn't seem clear in that tweet, it's not the end of the series he's talking about. It's the end of filming, which Hurwitz tells a Twitter user in the thread. Season 4 of "Cobra Kai" premieres on December 31, 2021 o...
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The Daily Stream: Bob Clark's Black Christmas Is The Ultimate Seasonal Slasher

(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: "Black Christmas"Where You Can Stream It: Peacock, Pluto TV, and Tubi TVThe Pitch: A group of sorority sisters spending the winter holiday on campus begin receiving anonymous, lascivious phone calls that grow increasingly disturbing in nature. Thinking the phone calls are a harmless prank, the lush Barb (Margot Kidder) ini...
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Boston agent pleads guilty to false marketing scheme

A Boston-area real estate agent pleaded guilty to a scheme that saw him pocket $2 million from marketing houses that were not actually for sale, according to reports.
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Singer & Seiyuu Sayaka Kanda Passes Away

Sayaka Kanda, known for providing the Japanese dub of Frozen’s Anna and Sword Art Online’s Yuna, has passed away at the young age of 35, leaving her family and friends in grief. Sayaka was found unconscious by police on December 18th and it was discovered she was staying at a hotel in Chuo Ward, Sapporo […]
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In Defense Of Bob Dylan's Bonkers Christmas Album

By JM McNab Published: December 20th, 2021
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