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Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 1/4/22

This Bear's For You! (Or, Is It?); Can Companies Use Copyright and Trademark To Claim Rights to Public Domain Works? [Winnie-the-Pooh] By Jennifer Jenkins, Director of Duke's Center for the Study of the Public Domain January 2022? https://web.law.duke.edu/cspd/publicdomainday/2022/bcvpd/   Dec 15, 2021 at 6:00 AM Ryan Claytor Patreon Podcast 003 https://www.patreon.com/posts/58557263   ...
Tags: Comics, China, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Michael Keaton, Winnie, Hunter, Kevin Smith, Richard Brand, Paul Levitz, Joel Schumacher, Mike Rhode, Comics Research Bibliography, Robert Bruce, Matt Gray, Ryan Claytor


Doomsday +1 #7 - John Byrne cover reprint & reprint

Doomsday +1 #7Doomsday Plus One v1 #7, 1978 - Perhaps as a cost saving measure,  Charlton reprints the science fiction series that appeared only two years before. Most of the covers either re-use the originals or enlarge a page from the interiors. This particular issue reprints the John Byrne tale from Doomsday+1 #1. I recommend the original issues, which have far better production values. - - - [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Charlton, John Byrne, Ted Ignacio


Genshin Impact Girls Allegedly Being Censored for China Version

China is seemingly cracking down further on sex appeal as it is alleged the Chinese version of Genshin Impact is altering the outfits of four of the game’s popular maidens, covering up their delectable feminine frames and sure to agitate players to the point of affecting the game’s profits. Genshin Impact’s English Twitter account shared […]
Tags: Games, Internet, China, Censorship, Anime, Comparison, Oppai, Character Design, Genshin Impact


An Evil Spirit Sews Sexual Chaos in Gakuen Inkitan ~Kaori Tsuki no Shoujo~

Gakuen Inkitan ~Kaori Tsuki no Shoujo~ is a tale about an evil spirit who has a hatred for happy couples, thrusting the male protagonist into a predicament as he and his girlfriend are repeatedly troubled by this spirit, with erotic scenarios being highly frequent. The eroge is set in a private school that has a […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Mystery, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels, Gakuen Inkitan, Kaori Tsuki


2012 Fashion Is The Rage Again For Some Reason

By Carly Tennes Published: January 04th, 2022
Tags: Humor, Carly Tennes


Top 10 Best Manga of 2021, According to Kono Manga ga Sugoi

Kono Manga ga Sugoi!, a publication that determines the top manga of the year, has once again returned to share its opinion, this time producing a separate ranking for each gender and bound to have avid manga readers curious to check out the titles to see whether or not they hold up in terms of […]
Tags: Rankings, Anime, Comparison, Manga, Look Back, Otaku, Shoujo, Light Novels, Shonen, Kono Manga ga Sugoi, Dandadan, Kaiju No. 8, Tsukuritai Onna to Tabetai Onna, Umi ga Hashiru Endroll


Shuumatsu no Harem Manga Splendidly Nude at the Beach

The latest manga volume of the sex-laden Shuumatsu no Harem has become attainable just in time for the anime’s debut as the holy tome contains the usual amount of sexual shenanigans, allowing readers to witness plenty of nudity, sex, swimsuits, and beach-time fun. While such service is hardly a new concept, the raunchy content (combined […]
Tags: Anime, Schoolgirls, Beach, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Mizugi, Shuumatsu no Harem


Adorable Canadian Animal Adventure 'The Wolf and the Lion' Trailer

"I have to protect them!" Blue Fox Entertainment has revealed the official US trailer for a family adventure movie titled The Wolf and the Lion, opening in theaters nationwide this February. From the filmmakers behind that other animal movie Mia and the White Lion, this one again brings a big cat to the big screen. A wolf pup and a lost lion cub are rescued by a girl in the heart of the Canadian wilderness. Their friendship will change their lives forever. They forge an inseparable bond, but...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Mia, Wolf, White Lion, To Watch, Blue Fox Entertainment, Victor Cornfoot


Netflix reportedly sent its staff talking points and tips on how to deal with questions from job applicants about Dave Chappelle's controversial special

Chappelle in "The Closer."Netflix Netflix reportedly sent recruiters a memo on how to deal with job candidates bringing up Dave Chappelle's "The Closer" in interviews. The memo listed talking points and said to "respectfully end" discussion veering beyond their scope. The comedy special sparked controversy for its transphobic jokes, and Netflix employees staged a walkout over it. Lean on talking points. Use your best judgment. Change the subject.These are some of the tips that Netflix has...
Tags: News, Media, Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, Ted Sarandos, Dave Chappelle, Chappelle, Netflix Netflix, Sarah Jackson, The CLOSER, Terra Field, Verge Netflix


Peacemaker Review: The Suicide Squad Spin-Off May Be James Gunn's Vulgar, Violent Masterpiece

Writer and director James Gunn is a master of combining dark humor with heartfelt earnestness to create some of the weirdest, most wonderful movies in all of cinema. With "The Suicide Squad," he was given keys to the biggest possible playground, the DC Comics universe, and he delivered a story about found friendship among society's rejects that both embraced and subverted the superhero genre. With his new series, "Peacemaker," starring John Cena as the toilet-bowl-helmeted sorta-hero, Gunn takes...
Tags: Reviews, Hbo, Television, Movies, Office, Suicide Squad, Warner Bros, Clemson, James Gunn, Pete Davidson, Chris, John Cena, Chris Smith, Gunn, Matt Miller, Cena


Watch: 'Miles Behind - A Spider-Man Fan Film' About Miles Morales

"Dad, I think Spider-Man's just trying to help…" Thanks to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse brilliantly introducing Miles Morales, the world now knows who this alternate universe Spider-Man is. And we need more of him! On the heels of Spider-Man: No Way Home, and while we're waiting for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse to open later this year, some intrepid fans from Northern Canada have debuted a brand new fan film to enjoy. It's called Miles Behind: A Spider-Man Fan Film and is now ava...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Davis, Short Film, Miles, Northern Canada, Spidey, Miles Morales, To Watch


The Book Of Boba Fett's Composer Might Have Found Inspiration From A Deep, Deep Cut

When most people watch on Disney+, they probably don't have a frame of reference that includes Swedish children's movies from the 1980s. Unless you're actually from Sweden like composer Ludwig Göransson, it would take a keen ear and a working knowledge of lesser-known foreign films to spot the similarities between the series' theme song and the score of one such movie, "Ronia, the Robber's Daughter."Multiple listeners of the /Film Daily podcast do have a keen ear and have indeed written in, no...
Tags: Star Wars, Japan, Television, Movies, News, Sweden, Disney, Boba Fett, Lawrence Kasdan, Fett, Goro Miyazaki, Ronia, Goransson, Ludwig Goransson, Astrid Lindgren Ronia, DisneyMusicVEVO YouTube


Star Wars: The High Republic Phase 2 Will Dive Even Deeper Into The Past

"Star Wars: The High Republic" officially turns one today, as today marks the anniversary of "The Light of the Jedi," the first novel in Lucasfilm's massive publishing initiative set within a galaxy far, far away. Thus far, we have had three phases of stories set 200 years before the events of "The Phantom Menace" when the Jedi were at the height of their powers. This was not some small, cute gimmick. This is a gigantic undertaking that has been planned out as meticulously (if not more meticulou...
Tags: Movies, News, Lucasfilm, Marvel Comics, Cool Stuff, Scott, Nihil, Engle, Soule, Charles Soule, Lydia Kang, Tessa Gratton, Justina Ireland, High Republic, Krystina Arielle, Porter Engle


Daily Podcast: Mini-Water Cooler: Station Eleven, Landscapers, Nausicaä Of The Valley Of The Wind, And More

On the January 4, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by senior writer and chief film critic Chris Evangelista to talk about what they've been up to in the virtual water cooler.Opening Banter:At The Water Cooler:What we've been Doing:What we've been Reading:Chris read Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties by Tom O'Neill and Dan Piepenbring.What we've been Watching:Chris watched Station Eleven, Landscapers, Pain and Gain, and rewatched D...
Tags: Podcast, Movies, News, Charles Manson, Cia, Chris, Ben, Ben Pearson, Tom O Neill, Dan Piepenbring, Chris Evangelista, Sam Hume, Dune Ben


Star Wars: The High Republic Wave 3 Teaser Trailer: Dark Times For The Jedi

For those who maybe haven't been paying close attention thus far, "Star Wars" has become a leading franchise in genuine multimedia storytelling. Opinions remain divided on the big screen side of things, particularly in the aftermath of 2019's "The Rise of Skywalker" bringing the "Skywalker Saga" films to an uneven conclusion. The property has fared better on streaming, however, particularly with the smash-hit "The Mandalorian" series that singlehandedly brought phrases like "I have spoken" or "T...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, News, Film, Lucasfilm, Cool Stuff, Skywalker, Star Wars Twitter, Claudia Gray, Bryan Young, Fallen Star, The High Republic, Book of Boba Fett


Shows Like Outlander You Definitely Need To See

Often when we think of time travel stories, they feel like a fun little jaunt, a brief adventure from which one can easily return. What would it really be like to make a life for yourself in a time that is not your own? "Outlander," based on a series of novels by Diana Gabaldon, explores such a prospect. In it, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) is sent back in time while exploring an ancient stone circle on her honeymoon, traveling from the 1940s to the mid-18th century in an instant. She exchanges her r...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, Television, Downton Abbey, Movies, Scotland, Germany, Russia, America, Earth, Ted, Bbc, Fox, Netflix, Atlantic


Official Trailer for Horror Thriller 'What Happened at 625 River Road?'

"When I walked inside the home, I felt them there…" Check out this official trailer for an indie, low budget psychological thriller titled What Happened at 625 River Road?, marking the feature debut of director Devon Jovi Johnson. This is currently set to debut later in the summer in 2022, if anyone is curious about it. The film follows two female students who head to rural New York. As they arrive at their rental home, 625 River Rd, a chain of mysterious events take place that are still uns...
Tags: New York, Movies, Trailer, Horror, River Road, To Watch, Devon Jovi Johnson, Francheska Pujols, Foley Silvana Jakich Piotr Marzecki, Matrell Smith


Sex Appeal Trailer: Hulu Hopes To Make The Grade With New Teen Comedy

For many students, winter break is over and school is back in session. Keeping in that spirit, Hulu has dropped a new trailer for "Sex Appeal," a new high school comedy from the same production company that brought you "Plan B" and "Big Time Adolescence." And just like the protagonist played by "Cruel Summer" and "Project Mc2" star Mika Abdalla in the film, the streamer is hoping that the film will earn high marks from their audience. 'You. Me. Sex Stuff.' In "Sex Appeal," Abdalla plays the stud...
Tags: Movies, News, Trailers, Philadelphia, Avery, Hulu, Short, Margaret Cho, Larson, Fast Times, Paris Jackson, Kenan, Fortune Feimster, Abdalla, Avery Hansen, Avery Hansen White


Liam Neeson Takes on the FBI in Trailer for Action Movie 'Blacklight'

"Are you really going to shoot me, Travis?" "Yes, I will." Open Road Films has unveiled the official trailer for an action thriller called Blacklight, the latest Liam Neeson action vehicle in his endless line of action movies with derivative plots. Neeson plays an operative named Travis Block. A shadowy government agent who specializes in removing operatives whose covers have been blown, uncovers a deadly conspiracy within his own ranks, a plot targeting US citizens, that reaches the highest...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Fbi, Liam Neeson, Travis, Neeson, To Watch, Travis Block, Gabriella Sengos


These Were Netflix's Most Watched Movies Last Week – Which Should You Check Out?

The holiday season is in the rearview, and the Netflix top 10 has been given a mild shakeup. All of the Christmas movies have been kicked off the list and replaced with new-to-the-Netflix-lineup films, but the typical rules of what winds up on the top 10 list are still holding strong. We as humans really are a predictable bunch of animals, huh? The only film this week that exists as an outlier is "Death to 2021," the sequel to "Death to 2020," the British mockumentary that also serves as a year ...
Tags: Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Netflix, Sandra Bullock, Spike Lee, Ryan Reynolds, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Wolf, Gyllenhaal, Don, Outback, Vicky, Stephane, Colman, Kristin Davis, Bird Box


ICQ Podcast Episode 367 – Ham Radio Tips and Tricks 2022

In Episode #367, I joined Martin Butler (M1MRB), Edmund Spicer M0MNG, Ed Durrant DD5LP, and Leslie Butterfield G0CIB to discuss the following topics: Georgia Club Donates License Manuals to Local Schools This is a good story, but they donated ARRL license manuals, not my study guides! Norway is Trying to Track Down 2-Meter Intruders This story is kind of vague as to who the intruders are. Amateur Radio Club Bands Together During Pandemic It’s amazing that we’re still “band...
Tags: US, Georgia, Radio, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Boeing, 5g, ICQ, ARRL, Amateur Radio Club, Everything Else, Georgia Club, Martin Butler, Edmund Spicer, Leslie Butterfield G0CIB


France's 'L'effondrement' ('The Collapse') Did 'Don't Look Up' But Better

By Tiago Svn Published: January 04th, 2022
Tags: France, Humor, Don, Tiago Svn


Trivial Limerick

Here’s some info that’s useless, but true. It is “Trivia Day.” (“Braille Day” too.) My attempts to retain Random facts are in vain. So what day is today? I’ve no clue! (Both Trivia Day and Braille Day are celebrated each year on January 4.)
Tags: Humor, Limerick, Limericks, Odd Holidays, January Holidays, Memory Humor, Memory Limerick, National Trivia Day, Braille Day, Trivia Day, Trivia Humor, Trivia Limerick


Crypto billionaire closes 2021 with purchase of LA estate for $133M

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong is just the latest cyptocurrency billionaire to purchase a lavish home as currencies like Bitcoin continue to draw a following.
Tags: La, Radio, Brian Armstrong


WeWork founder Adam Neumann pivots to residential real estate

The former WeWork chief executive officer has accumulated a real estate portfolio in excess of $1 billion since departing the shared workspace giant in 2019 following a calamitous IPO bid.
Tags: Technology, Uncategorized, Radio, WeWork, Rentals, Industry News, Adam Neumann, Select, Real Estate Technology, Real Estate Tools


Blacklight Trailer: Liam Neeson Tries To Take Down The Head Of The FBI

You were jonesing for some Liam Neeson action, weren't you? Of course you were. If you're anything like me, you mention your "particular set of skills" often when making jokes about the world and its current state. Anyway, fear not. 2022 has a present for you. Today we have a new trailer for the Mark Williams action thriller "Blacklight," starring our beloved Liam Neeson. Check it out below. 'One Day You Wake Up And Realize You're Not Sure Who The Good Guys Are' "Blacklight" is directed by Mar...
Tags: Movies, News, Fbi, Williams, Trailers, Liam Neeson, Block, Mark Williams, Neeson, Aidan Quinn, Travis Block, Raver Lampman, Nick May, Paul Currie Myles Nestel Alevé Loh, Emy Raver Lapman, Operation Unity


Proptech co-founder ousted after claiming ‘Jews’ behind COVID plot

David Bateman co-founded Entrata two decades ago. In a new email, he claimed COVID and related vaccination efforts are part of a Jewish plot to bring the world under totalitarian rule.
Tags: Radio, David Bateman


Hulu's Comedy 'Sex Appeal' Trailer with Mika Abdalla & Paris Jackson

"I think we can call today's experiment a success!" Hulu has revealed an official trailer for Sex Appeal, a romantic comedy movie made for the streaming service. It's opening this January, which is not the best time to drop this but it also might find its audience streaming online anyway. Avery is a teenager with a tendency towards perfectionism who enlists her friend Larson to help her prepare for her first time with her long-distance boyfriend. In this hilarious teen comedy, Avery’s study ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Avery, Hulu, Larson, Paris Jackson, To Watch, Mika Abdalla


Proptech co-founder under fire for claiming ‘Jews’ behind COVID plot

David Bateman co-founded Entrata two decades ago. In a new email, he claimed COVID and related vaccination efforts are part of a Jewish plot to bring the world under totalitarian rule.
Tags: Radio, David Bateman


Chris Evans May Play Gene Kelly In John Logan-Penned Movie

Chris Evans and his palpable charm may soon be playing a dancing icon. According to Deadline, Evans is up for the role of Gene Kelly in an upcoming film. There is no title yet, but we do know a bit about the plot. The story is reportedly about a 12-year-old boy working at MGM on the studio's lot in 1952, and he imagines a friendship with the legendary dancer/actor/director Gene Kelly, who is working on his next film at the time. This is based on an original idea from Evans, and there has been no...
Tags: Movies, News, Rihanna, Tim Burton, Paris, Evans, Mark Kassen, Chris Evans, Steven Spielberg, Rian Johnson, MGM, Hawkeye, Tony, Sweeney Todd, Gene Kelly, West Side Story



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