Shadow v2 #1 - 1st issue + Michael Kaluta cover

Michael Kaluta The Shadow v2 #1, 1973 - After securing the publishing rights, DC introduces this pulp hero to a new generation. Unbeknownst to high society, playboy Lamar Cranston frequently dons a cape and terrorizes criminals as the Shadow. Michael Kaluta creates a film noir feel with his illustrated pages, but it's his dynamic cover that commands attention. Two contrasting styles suggest both [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Genshin Impact 2.4 Brings A New Area, Events & Censorship

MiHoYo announced the upcoming content being added to Genshin Impact in update 2.4, giving fans of the free-to-play title plenty to do, such as new enemies to fight in a new area, and additional outfits for characters both new and old – though, perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of the update is the censorship of […]
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Operating notes: a compendium of recent interesting contacts

A couple of evenings ago, I had a couple of interesting contacts with stations running QRP. That wasn’t the most interesting thing about the contacts, though. The contact with Kyle, KN6KJK, was remarkable for a couple of reasons: He was a Tech operating CW on 40m. He used my study guide to prepare for his Tech exam (and he thanked me for that.) KJK are actually his initials, and he was randomly assigned that callsign from the call sign pool. My next contact was with Jerry, KI4PS. He was oper...
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5 Fascinating Tidbits About Bob Einstein's Life From 'The Super Bob Einstein Movie'

By Carly Tennes Published: December 30th, 2021
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Why The Shocking Ending Of No Time To Die Divided Audiences

After three pandemic-related delays, the twenty-fifth film in the James Bond franchise and the fifth and final outing of Daniel Craig as the MI6 agent, "No Time To Die," is finally available for the world to see, and it was definitely worth the wait. The highly-anticipated film from Cary Joji Fukunaga was meant to be an epic swan song for Craig, who has played James Bond more than any other actor, and for a longer period of time spanning 15 years. Despite all of the factors that could have preve...
Tags: Movies, News, Russia, Berlin, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Daniel Craig, Barbara Broccoli, Bond, Craig, Wilson, Don, Fleming, Daniel, Barbara, Cary Joji Fukunaga

Tsuburaya Productions Refuses to Change Ultraman for Hollywood

A recent interview with Tsuburaya Productions CEO Takayuki Tsukagoshi featured discussions surrounding his plans to expand the legendary Ultraman series, but he also stressed that it is a Japanese work, and noted the Western elements that destroy Japanese works will not be allowed near Ultraman. Ultraman first appeared on TVs back in 1966, and has […]
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5 Fascinating Bob Einstein Facts From 'The Super Bob Einstein Movie'

By Carly Tennes Published: December 30th, 2021
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Vivarium Ending Explained: It's Not That Complicated

2019 sci-fi thriller "Vivarium" is one of those movies where the premise is interesting enough, but the execution is poor. The ending isn't really difficult to understand, but it does warrant some examination if only because humans are compelled to find meaning in all things, even if those things are ham-fisted sci-fi movies.  So How Does It End? In "Vivarium," Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) and Gemma (Imogen Poots) are a young couple with no chemistry whatsoever. In hopes of buying a home, they're lured...
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It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia Season 15 Ending Explained: The Gang Are America, Sweetheart

With 15 seasons under its belt, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" is now the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history. The season finale of the record-breaking fifteenth season aired in December, capping off the series' longest-running single arc following the gang on their vacation in Ireland for four full episodes. While there have been several two-parters in the series' history, they've never done something quite this ambitious, and it paid off in spades. "It...
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Watch: Experimental Artificial Intelligence-Animated Short 'Forever'

"I see A.I. as not really an opinion, it seems like truth." After playing at film festivals all year long, this one-of-a-kind mesmerizing, entrancing short film is now available to watch online. Forever is a short created by filmmaker Mitch McGlocklin, and it's made by an artificial intelligence system. The story follows a guy who has a life-changing experience. "A life insurance company uses an AI algorithm to determine the risk of a new applicant. The subsequent denial sparks a period of i...
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Best video game deals for January 2022

If you're looking for video game deals for the PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch, here are some of the best cheap video games across various retailers.
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Otaku Quality Trap Astolfo Soap Dispenser Releases Plenty

An artist participating at Comiket 99 has provided those in the vicinity of their space the chance to cleanse their hands with a rather curiously designed antiseptic dispenser, which might have bystanders either more eager or afraid to use it, depending on their tastes. A video of the strange dispenser that has art of trap […]
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Every Terrence Malick Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Once a decade or so, Terrence Malick would crawl out of whatever primordial netherworld that nourishes his mind and make a movie. After his stunning sophomore effort, 1978's "Days of Heaven," the auteur vanished for 20 years. When he returned in 1998, he delivered another ethereal classic, "The Thin Red Line."So grew Malick's legend. But as he's entered his later years, the spirit has really moved him. After 2011's "The Tree of Life," Malick became unexpectedly prolific, adding numerous shorts a...
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Superhero Bits: Marvel Brings Back A Major Character, A New Year's Peacemaker Trailer & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:"X-Men: First Class" director wants a crack at Wolverine.A major character returns to the Marvel universe.Some intriguing "Moon Knight" rumors.A new "Peacemaker" trailer is o...
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The 15 Best Characters In The Matrix Resurrections Ranked

During the first act of "The Matrix Resurrections," a mass of tech industry wannabes debate what "The Matrix" is. One claims that it's "mind porn." Another calls it "crypto fascism." Eventually, the group settles on the movie's most famous visual, the one that eventually became commodified to the point that it lost almost all of its impact: bullet time. It's a breathlessly cynical scene that ignores some fundamental truths about the franchise, one of which is that "The Matrix" was always about t...
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The Daily Stream: Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World Finds Hope In The Apocalypse

(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: "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World"Where You Can Stream It: HBO MaxThe Pitch: A massive planetary body is on a collision course with Earth, leaving the entire human race with only a limited time to prepare for the end in a movie that also happens to feature actor Melanie Lynskey in a supporting role. If that oddly ...
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Everything We Know About Killing Eve Season 4 So Far

If you've watched the three available seasons of "Killing Eve" (which I am assuming you have), you know that this show is impossible to stay away from. "Killing Eve" is most fun when you binge-watch it in a single sitting, it smashes television tropes, and puts a cool twist on the spy vs. spy concept, so you never really know who is spying on who. I love it. Jodie Comer's Villanelle is a witty (and often wry) assassin who dresses to kill ... and is also trained to do so. Sandra Oh's Eve is a spe...
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Will There Be A Sequel To Inception? Here's What We Know

Christopher Nolan's mind-melting work will forever live rent-free in the minds of his fans. Since breaking onto the scene with "Memento" in 2000, the director has pushed the boundaries of space, time, and the human condition. His cerebral, immersive worlds have only grown more complex and confounding as the years pass, but few of his films have made such an unshakable impression as "Inception."It's only natural that a film exploring the consequences of subliminal suggestion has planted such an u...
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Zoe Saldana Shares Photo Of Herself Back In The Green Face Paint For Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3

After four years, a firing, a rehiring, and a whole still-ongoing pandemic, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" is finally in production. Fans of the intergalactic adventure-comedy films might remember that Star-Lord actor Chris Pratt said back in October that he was on set for the first day of filming. Other than that, we've heard nary a peep about how the filming process is going, until now.In a set of Instagram photos posted yesterday, actress Zoe Saldana shared a first look at her Gamora makeup...
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Review: Don’t Look Up

— by BEV QUESTAD — A giant comet, possibly 6 miles in diameter, is on a path to destroy habitation on earth. Dr. Mindy and his graduate student, Kate Dibiasky, warn the president, whose plan emerges: “Sit tight and assess.” Mid-term elections are coming up and her Supreme Court nominee has been exposed in a […]
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Bombergirl’s New Character Tekka Also Subjected to Near Nudity Upon Failure

Konami’s arcade title Bombergirl is still being updated with new content as the latest female bomber to join the roster is Tekka, a feisty redhead who is also subjected to near nudity every time she is bested by an enemy player in-game. Screenshots of Tekka’s illustration that appears when the player wins and when the […]
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Unhealthy Beauty Standards: No Longer Just For Humans

By Nathan Williams Published: December 30th, 2021
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The Last House On The Left Controversy Explained

Wes Craven is an undeniable master of horror, having terrified the world with his creation, "A Nightmare on Elm Street," only to completely subvert the slasher genre he helped perfect and kickstart a new generation's love of horror with "Scream." With no exaggeration, horror today would not exist as it does today if it weren't for the brilliance of Wes Craven. There's no question that bringing Freddy Krueger and Ghostface into the horror canon is what Craven is most known for, but his filmograph...
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Daily Podcast: Mini-Water Cooler: The Matrix Resurrections, 8-Bit Christmas, Pickup On South Street, And More

On the December 30, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by editor Brad Oman to talk about what they've been up to at the virtual water cooler.Opening Banter:At The Water Cooler:What we've been Doing:What we've been Reading:What we've been Watching:Brad watched Nightmare Alley, Being the Ricardos, The Matrix Resurrections, The Night House, 8-Bit Christmas, and That's My JamBen watched F For Fake and Pickup on South Street.What we've been Eating:Brad tried Wendy's Frost...
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Cobra Kai Season 4 Clip: Johnny's Training Methods Are Still Wildly Irresponsible

Will someone explain to me when Mr. Jonathan Lawrence learned parkour and why he's insisting on springing it as some weird form of karate cross-training on teens!? Johnny Lawrence and the Cobra Kai dojo were always poised as the crew that trained through extreme measures, and despite Johnny leaving Cobra Kai and starting Eagle Fang, old habits surely do die hard. Season 4 of "Cobra Kai" is just around the corner, with Daniel LaRusso's Miyagi-Do and Johnny's Eagle Fang dojo needing to join forces...
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Data Finds Americans Moved Less During First Year of Pandemic

You’re probably familiar with the headlines that suggest that the pandemic forced mass migration out of crowded cities. However, recent U.S. Census Bureau data indicates a contrary trend. Data released on Nov. 17 found that roughly 27.1 million Americans reported living in a different residence than a year earlier—down from 29.8 million in 2020. The findings marked the lowest rate of movement that the bureau recorded in 70 years—an 8.4% mover rate. Experts say the findings also indicate a decade...
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Venom Was Nearly In Spider-Man: No Way Home's Final Battle

You know what "Spider-Man: No Way Home" was missing? That's right, more characters.In all seriousness, the crossover extravaganza billed as the moviegoing event of 2021 easily lived up to the hype, at least in terms of stuffing the narrative full of villains and heroes from previous "Spider-Man" continuities. Somehow, against all odds, the script mostly kept its focus squarely on Tom Holland's Peter Parker and his toughest, most challenging adventure in the MCU yet. The fact that so many minute ...
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PlayStation Canada January 2022 FREE Games

PlayStation Plus releases FREE games each month! Here are the games that will be available for FREE in January 2022: Persona 5 Strikers, PS4 DIRT 5, PS4 + PS5 Deep Rock Galactic, PS4 + PS5 These PlayStation Plus games are available for FREE, from January 4, 2022, until February 1, 2022, for PS Plus membership. PlayStation Plus membership is required for online multiplayer. Click here to shop the PlayStation Canada deals. The post PlayStation Canada January 2022 FREE Games appeared first on Ca...
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How LeVar Burton Feels About Star Trek Conventions

If there's one thing I miss about the world before the pandemic, it's nerd events. Be it D&D games, midnight movie screenings, or a good old fashioned comic convention, it's nice to have a place to bask in the joy of fictional worlds with other people for brief time. Some of my favorite memories involve some good friends and the packed lines of San Diego Comic-Con. However, conventions still have their fair share of problems -- ones that are hard to miss. While some good conversations can be had...
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