Kanojo Okarishimasu’s Maidens Put on Arabian Dancer Outfits for Pencil Boards

Kanojo Okarishimasu might have ended its anime a while ago but those in possession of the property are still more than eager to generate cash as yet more collectibles are being sold, this time with the items in question being decorated with the girls dressed in dancer outfits, which will surely help fuel further delusions. […]
Tags: Dancing, Illustration, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Kanojo Okarishimasu

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 12/22/21

EMBRACER GROUP ACQUIRING DARK HORSE Days After Announcement of Asmodee Acquisition Posted by Milton Griepp on December 21, 2021 https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/50031/embracer-group-acquiring-dark-horse   Dark Horse Media Acquired by the Embracer Group By Calvin Reid Dec 22, 2021 https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/comics/article/88188-dark-horse-media-acquired-by-the-embracer-group.html   PEOP...
Tags: Comics, Australia, Washington Post, Batman, Michael Keaton, Cvs, EIC, Matthew, Literary Hub, Alexander Chee, Oak Park, Stoll, Werner, Huston, Kingsmen, Matthew Vaughn

The Post on Spider-Man movies

The top 6 Spider-Man movie villains, ranked [in print as The Malevolent Six: Top Spider-Man movie villains ranked] By David Betancourt and Michael Cavna  Washington Post December 22, 2021 C1, 5 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/comics/2021/12/20/spiderman-villains-ranking-electro-green-goblin/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Creepy #48 - Al Williamson, Wally Wood reprints

Creepy #48Creepy v1 #48, 1972 - Collecting tales from earlier in the series, this self-described "incredible special issue" does contain some notable artists. Reprints include "Thumbs Down", an Al Williamson story from Creepy #6 and "The Cosmic All" by Wally Wood (Creepy #38). Other artists in this bronze age magazine include Angelo Torres, Jack Davis, Jerry Grandenetti, Reed Crandall and Johnny [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Johnny, Ted Ignacio, Al Williamson, Al Williamson Wally Wood, Wally Wood Creepy

Isekai Furin II Allows a Jilted Husband to Seduce Married Women in Another World

Isekai Furin II ~Michibika Reshi Hitodzuma Tachi to Bukiyo Tensei Yuusha~ (Different World Affair II ~Guided Married Women and Clumsy Reincarnated Hero~) is a unique entry in the ever-growing library of lewd isekai manga, as it follows a man discovering his wife is cheating on him, only to end up in another world where he […]
Tags: Adultery, Fantasy, Anime, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Isekai, Isekai Furin, Michibika Reshi Hitodzuma Tachi, Bukiyo Tensei Yuusha

The Best Way to Plan an Unforgettable Gender-Reveal Party

Gender-reveal parties are a unique tradition in modern society in which the parents of unborn children announce whether they are expecting a boy or girl. There are several ways to host your gender-reveal party. You could include some fun gender reveal games or have a gender reveal themed snacks for the guests. No matter how you organize it, the goal is always to have fun! Take a look at some of the best ways to plan an unforgettable party. Have a Party Theme One of the best w...
Tags: Fashion, Entertainment, Party, Don, Party Ideas, Party Planning, Weddings & Parties, Gender Reveal, Gender-Reveal Party

Sideshow's Wolverine Premium Format Statue Is Loaded With Berserker Rage [Exclusive]

Our pals at the always-incredible Sideshow Collectibles have provided us with a copy of their wicked cool Wolverine Premium Format Statue, part of their continuing X-Men lineup. At 15.5-inches tall this polystone work of art is not the most gargantuan thing the company has ever put out... in fact we just reviewed the 24.5-inch Cable Premium Format that would tower over this guy. That's part of the point, though, as the character in the 616 Marvel comics is only supposed to be a scrappy five-foot...
Tags: Movies, News, Fox, Sideshow Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Wolverine, Logan, Jim Lee, Cable Premium Format

Secret Santa Review: Kageki Shojo!!

Welcome to Anime Secret Santa, a gift exchange — founded by our friends at Reverse Thieves and currently run by All Geeks Considered — where the gifts are anime review recommendations. We'll be publishing our reviews during the days leading up to Christmas. Kageki Shojo!!  is an anime adapted from a manga by Saiki Kumiko, initially published under seinen imprint Jump X before migrating to shojo magazine Melody . I initially mistook this show for Shojo Kageki Revue Starlight , a Bushiroad...
Tags: Anime, David Estrella, Ani Gamers, Secret Santa Review, Bushiroad, Pine Jam, Kouka, Sarasa, Kageki Shojo, Watanabe Sarasa, Saiki Kumiko, Kouka School of Musical, Narata Ai

Red XIII Looms Over Tokyo in 3D Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Advertisement

A special 3D advertisement depicting intellectual “specimen” Red XIII appeared in the Tokyo neighborhood of Omotesando, an eye-catching way of promoting Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade in a way that cannot be easily ignored, especially for longtime fans of the game. Famitsu shared a Twitter post showcasing the minute-long advertisement, perhaps reminding people of a […]
Tags: Games, Marketing, Tokyo, 3D, Anime, Final Fantasy Vii, Final Fantasy, Famitsu, Image Gallery

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's Finale Defines The Past, Present, And Future Of The Gang

It's all been leading to this. The gang from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" have dropped the penultimate and final episodes of their record-breaking fifteenth season, and they are some doozies. "Always Sunny" season 15 has been all about interrogating the past and the gang's total inability to mature, and its final two episodes bring those themes to a head. In the first, "Dee Sinks in a Bog," Charlie's (Charlie Day) two dads fight for his love, while Dee (Kaitlin Olson) runs into an old foe...
Tags: Television, Movies, Mac, America, Ireland, Philadelphia, Catholic, Samuel Beckett, Seinfeld, Caribbean, Dennis, Frank, Philly, Kelly, Patty, Emerald Isle

Ralph Macchio Says A Jackie Chan Cameo Wouldn't Work In Cobra Kai, But A Hilary Swank Cameo Might

On the eve of its fourth season, people are still as crazy as ever for "Cobra Kai," the sequel continuation series based on "The Karate Kid" franchise that's set in what creators Jon Hurwitz, Josh Heald, and Hayden Schlossberg call the "Miyagi-verse." For the uninitiated (which, why are you reading this article?!), Mr. Miyagi is the legendary karate master from Okinawa, Japan played by Pat Morita, who famously mentored Daniel (Ralph Macchio) in "The Karate Kid." As "Cobra Kai" stars plenty of ch...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, Jaden Smith, Hilary Swank, Jackie Chan, Smith, Daniel, Jake, Johnny, Julie, Miyagi, Michael Ironside, Okinawa Japan

'Encanto,' the animated musical with songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda, hits Disney Plus on December 24 — all members can watch without an extra fee

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Disney "Encanto" tells the tale of a magical family that lives in Colombia. The animated film hits Disney Plus on December 24, which is just one month after it debuted in theaters. You only need a Disney Plus subscription ($8/month) to watch "Encanto" — no extra fees are required. Disney Plus Monthly Subscription Service $7.99 FROM DISNEY+ After ...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Coco, TV, Movies, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Colombia, Brooklyn, Streaming, Espn, Dolby Vision, Hamilton, Moana, Lin Manuel Miranda

Jessica Henwick Explains Why She Almost Quit Acting Before The Matrix Resurrections [Exclusive]

Jessica Henwick is no stranger to big franchises, having played the "Sand Snake" Nymeria Sand on "Game of Thrones," martial artist Colleen Wing on Marvel and Netflix's "Iron Fist," and Resistance fighter pilot Jess Testor in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Henwick can now be seen co-starring in "The Matrix Resurrections," a continuation of the mind-bending sci-fi film series. Henwick plays Bugs, a blue-haired hacker who plays a key role in the movie's story. However, before she decided to take t...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, France, America, Netflix, Rian Johnson, Yahya, Lana, Lana Wachowski, Jessica Henwick, Henwick, Jess Testor, Abdul Mateen II, HBO Max Read, Colleen Wing on Marvel

Brazen: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)What makes crime scenes such great spots for romance? For some reason, many a romantic thriller begins with a death that sends two determined sleuths on a careening crash course into each other's lives. This situation plays out in "Brazen," an upcoming crime thriller with a steamy, romantic premise. The story pairs a detective wi...
Tags: Movies, Washington, Alyssa Milano, Netflix, New York Times, House Of Cards, Ed, Joan, Grace, Mitchell, Kimmy Schmidt, Milton, Hollywood Reporter, Vanessa Hudgens, Milano, Kathleen

Always Has

And that's the last regular comic of 2021! Thought I'd end things on a classy note. Next week marks the return of a certain barbarian. Regular QC will resume in 2022!
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Top 10 Most Completed Games of 2021, According to HowLongToBeat

The website known as HowLongToBeat has released a series of lists for the entirety of 2021 to celebrate the end of the year, and one list that might prove particularly fascinating is “Most Completed”, which indicated the titles that weren’t so agonizingly bad, buggy, or incomplete that players were able to finish them. The ranking: […]
Tags: Games, Rankings, Indie, Mario, Anime, Metroid, Resident Evil, NieR

Why ‘Hawkeye’ Had To Be Set At Christmas

By JM McNab Published: December 23rd, 2021
Tags: Humor, Hawkeye, JM McNab

Surf Ninjas & Ninja Turtles Actor Ernie Reyes Jr. Faces A New Fight: A Kidney Transplant

Many legendary figures in the realm of entertainment have universal appeal. Basically everyone acknowledges that people like Walt Disney, Lucille Ball, Jim Henson, Mary Shelley, Stan Lee, and Whoopi Goldberg can all be considered legends in their own right. But there are plenty of inspiring individuals out there, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, that don't get recognized as often as they should. One such person is Ernie Reyes, Jr.Probably best known for playing Keno, the ass-ki...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, California, Disney, Jackie Chan, Whoopi Goldberg, East Coast, Jet Li, Indiana Jones, Phoenix, PHOENIX Arizona, Reyes, Li, Rufio, Jean Claude Van Damme

The Real Reason Jessica Henwick Turned Down A Role In Shang-Chi

If you've already re-entered the Matrix this week, you know Jessica Henwick's Bugs is on her way to becoming a fan-favorite character within the sci-fi franchise. In "The Matrix Resurrections," blue-haired Bugs is a rebellious new leader who has a special connection to Neo (Keanu Reeves) and his simulation alter ego, Thomas Anderson. Henwick recently revealed that she almost starred in another blockbuster this year, Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," but turned down the role f...
Tags: Movies, News, Netflix, Colleen, Charlie Cox, Jessica Henwick, Henwick, Shang Chi, Neo Keanu Reeves, HBO Max Read, Colleen She, Xialing Meng, Thomas Anderson Henwick, Colleen Henwick

The Witcher's Depiction Of Infertility Helped Me Embrace My Own

Fiction can be the lens that helps us process reality, but I never thought I would find catharsis in "The Witcher." I was hesitant to watch the series after being burned by the final season of "Game of Thrones," so it took me until November 2021 to check out season 1, just in time to watch the brand new second season. I expected to be entertained, but I couldn't have possibly anticipated just how much the series' depiction of infertility and surrogate parenthood would impact me. Watching Yennefe...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Yen, Witcher, Geralt, Ciri, Yennefer, Yennefer Anya Chalotra, Yennefer Geralt, Geralt Henry Cavill, Vengerberg, Ciri Freya Allan, Ciri Geralt, Voleth Meir Yen

Vincent D'Onofrio Wants To Continue Playing Kingpin In The MCU

(Note: This article includes spoilers for the season finale of "Hawkeye.")Vincent D'Onofrio's ultra-strong crime lord Kingpin made his debut on "Hawkeye" last week, only to be quickly dispatched in the show's season finale. Speaking to ScreenRant, D'Onofrio says he's game to keep playing the bad guy in future Marvel Cinematic Universe projects. Still, D'Onofrio is pretty clear that his potential return to the Kingpin role is more a wish than a promise at this point."I hope he's not dead," D'Onof...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Hawkeye, Maya, Kingpin, Mack, Kevin, Onofrio, Kevin Feige, Disney Read, Fisk, Wilson Fisk

First Trailer for Andrea Arnold's Animal Doc 'Cow' About Dairy Cows

"Nearly wordless, yet extremely loud." Mubi has debuted the first trailer for the acclaimed documentary film Cow, following the lives of two cows on a dairy farm in the UK. This originally premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, which is a prestigious place to premiere a film that has no dialogue and is only about animals (and how much they suffer at the hands of humans). It's made by filmmaker Andrea Arnold, best known for her films Red Road, Fish Tank, Wuthering Heights, American Honey...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, Cannes film festival, Luma, Mubi, To Watch, Andrea Arnold

The King's Man Star Harris Dickinson Reveals What Soldiers Really Wore Under Their Kilts [Exclusive]

Director Matthew Vaughn's "The King's Man" is the third film in the ever-expanding "Kingsman" franchise, and the first spin-off and prequel. The film's star-studded cast includes Harris Dickinson, who plays Conrad Oxford, the son of Orlando Oxford (Ralph Fiennes), and Dickinson recently made time for an interview with /Film's Jeff Ewing, where he revealed that production on "The King's Man" saw him running through No Man's Land in a kilt.The operative question is: What did soldiers in World War ...
Tags: Movies, News, Secret Service, Matthew, Kingsman, Dickinson, Fiennes, Rob Roy, Matthew Vaughn, Harris Dickinson, Jeff Ewing, Orlando Oxford Ralph Fiennes, Man Star Harris Dickinson, Conrad Oxford

Why Yellowjackets' Portrayal Of A DIY Abortion Is So Important

Spoilers ahead for episode 6 of "Yellowjackets." Content warning: discussions of reproductive autonomy and abortion.For the last month, I've dedicated no less than 62% of my daily energy to screaming at the top of my lungs about how more people need to be watching "Yellowjackets" on Showtime, and it's not just because of the teenage cannibalism or abundance of queerness. In what has been an incredible year for television, "Yellowjackets" is still undoubtedly one of the best shows that arrived in...
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Taking the Russian Train North in 'Compartment No. 6' Official Trailer

"A toast! To your inner animal." Sony Pictures Classics has revealed the official US trailer for acclaimed Finnish-Russian film Compartment No. 6, also known as Hytti nro 6 in Finnish. This first premiered in competition at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, and it also played at the Telluride Film Festival this year. This is Finnish filmmaker Juho Kuosmanen's follow-up to his acclaimed Cannes 2016 hit film The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki. As a train weaves its way up through Russia to...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Russia, US, Cannes film festival, Telluride Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics, Murmansk, To Watch, Foreign Film, Olli Mäki, Hytti, Juho Kuosmanen, Seidi Haarla Yuriy Borisov

Epic fail or shifting market? The Real Word takes on Brad Inman’s op-ed

In this edition of The Real Word, Bryon Lazine and Nicole White discuss Brad Inman's op-ed on the controversy at Better Mortgage and Zillow's iBuying exit as well as Trulia's plans to ditch crime data.
Tags: Video, Opinion, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Zillow, Trulia, Industry News, Brad Inman, Nicole White, Brokerage, Select, Better Mortgage, Byron Lazine

Joan Didion, architect of the California myth, dead at 87

Didion's writing helped make California seem both alluring and dangerous — which continues to drive demand for life in the state today.
Tags: Hollywood, California, Lifestyle, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Radio, San Diego, Joan Didion, Berkeley, University Of California, Thomas Edison, Haight Ashbury, Hollywood Hills, Hollywoodland, Didion

Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi Artwork Both Cute & Sexy

Tiny office clerk anime Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi has inspired artists to sketch up relevant illustrations of the show’s characters with the debut of its anime, with many not at all being afraid of depicting the main heroine’s ability to become easily flustered (on top of her flatness), as well as a certain […]
Tags: Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Pettanko, Mizugi, Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi, Uzai Kouhai, Hanashi

Everything we know about Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers is set to arrive for the 2022 holidays. From its gameplay and storyline to DLC plans and more, here's everything we know about Sonic Frontiers.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Trends, Dlc, Sonic, Sonic Team, Sonic Frontiers

Single Property Website Support: How Do I Create An Account?

To create an AgencyLogic single property Website PowerSite Pro account, follow these steps. Step 1: Visit PowerSitePro.com and click the “Free Trial” or “Create a Free Account” button: Step 2: Enter your required information and click the “Create Account” button: If you have additional questions, email: [email protected] Or give us a call on: (888) 201-5160
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