Betancourt on Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man

It's time to redeem Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man [in print as With Garfield's Spider-Man, our senses may have been off] By David Betancourt Reporter Washington Post January 12, 2022 P C1, 3 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/comics/2022/01/11/andrew-garfield-spiderman/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Lone Wolf and Cub #10 - Frank Miller cover

Frank Miller Lone Wolf and Cub v1 #10, 1987 - A lot of kinetic movement occurs on Frank Miller's cover design. Less colorful, but more detailed, the scene reminds me of antique etchings, sans the random splotches of blood. Other artists in this issue include Goseki Kojima. This is 10 of 12 Lone Wolf and Cub issues by Miller. - - - - - - - - - - Miller cover = **** - - - - - - - - - - Home / [Author: Teddy]
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Punisher P.O.V. #2 - Bernie Wrightson art & cover

Bernie Wrightson Punisher P.O.V. v1 #2, 1991 - A former revolutionary hippie is chemically transformed into a modern day vampire. The story blends the crime and horror genres, giving Bernie Wrightson the opportunity to show off his trademark gruesomeness. Over forty pages long, the story is well thought out and paced. Wrightson continues to show an affinity for darker-themed super-heroes. This [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Superhero, Unknown, 1990s, Wrightson, Bernie Wrightson, Bernie Wrightson Punisher

Maid Dragon Sakuretsu!! Chorogon Breath Fast-Paced & Destructive

A livestream for Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Sakuretsu!! Chorogon Breath has seiyuu Risa Tsumugi, Wakana Kingyo, and Yuzuki Watase showcasing several minutes worth of the shooting game, sampling both the hardcore shooting action and the interactions between the characters. The entire 28-minute presentation, with footage being available at 8:53 and 19:47: Kobayashi-san Chi no […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Livestream, Dragons, Chi, Kobayashi, Oppai, PV, Image Gallery, Maids, Adaptations, Seiyuu, Shooting Games, Nintendo Switch, Maid Dragon

New Trailer and Poster for Swiss Drama LA MIF

The care home drama comes to UK cinemas in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The Best Fights In Cobra Kai Ranked

With its 4th electrifying season, Netflix's "Cobra Kai" has established itself as one of the most beloved TV shows currently streaming. Whether you're an old-school "Karate Kid" fan or a newcomer to this ever-evolving franchise, the series truly has something for everybody. But one of the best aspects of "Cobra Kai" (aside from its fantastic cast of characters) is the combat at the center of every thrilling episode. From the casual rumbles outside of the show's various dojos to the epic brawls i...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, Netflix, Tory, Sam, Miguel, Hawk, Daniel, Buchanan, Johnny, Jonny, Shawn, Miyagi, Robbie, Bert

Jeremy Irons Hasn't Seen The Snyder Cut, Says 'It Couldn't Be Worse' Than Theatrical Cut

While "Zack Snyder's Justice League" may have been the Holy Grail for any rabid fan (emphasis on "rabid") who once tweeted #ReleaseTheSnyderCut, at least one of the film's supporting cast members is content to let it gather dust in his back closet or junk drawer or wherever an esteemed British actor keeps unwanted gifts. Jeremy Irons made his debut as Bruce Wayne's faithful butler and Batman ally, Alfred Pennyworth, in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." He reprised the role in "Justice League...
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Upcoming Tama Project Virtual YouTuber Kagami Kana Designed by Sela God

The immensely built Kagami Kana is joining the Tama Project as the virtual YouTuber will surely earn many accolades since she was designed by Sela God (also known as Real XXIII), the artist’s passion for tan women with worked abdomens clearly coming through in Kana’s appearance. Kana joins her other VTuber comrades but has yet […]
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How Prop 19 Can Help You Find That Next Home in California

Are you an empty nester or retiree who wishes to sell their existing home and then buy a new primary residence? Or do you want to downsize as part of your retirement plan? The good news is that a recently passed law called California Proposition 19, also referred to as Prop 19, gives homeowners aged 55 years and older a tax benefit. H ave you been looking to move out of Silicon Valley and don’t know how? Or you want to relocate to a quieter and more serene neighborhood but have no specific place...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Radio, Silicon Valley, Tahoe, Palm Springs, Laura, Santa Clara County, Monterey Coast, Senior Buyer, Senior Seller

Hip New Slang

sometimes I think of a comic, and it makes me laugh even though I don't know why it makes me laugh, and then I draw it for you
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Quantum Leap Sequel Series In The Works, Wants To Change History For The Better, Etc.

Call Ziggy, because we're going time-traveling. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has greenlit the pilot for a sequel to the 1989 series, which starred Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, who was destined to "leap" through time (and bodies) forever after an experiment gone wrong, desperately just trying to get back to his own life. The series ran for five seasons and ended with Sam still lost in time and space, leaving plenty of room for a continuation. In the years since, many fans have jok...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Philadelphia, Sam, Beckett, Ziggy, Hollywood Reporter NBC, Universal Television, Quantum Leap, Scott Bakula, Sam Beckett, Deborah Pratt, Bakula, Bryan Wynbrandt, Steven Lilien

Peacemaker Was Influenced By Better Call Saul And Its 'Sad-Sack' Protagonist

"Peacemaker" is finally streaming on HBO Max, having successfully spun off from director James Gunn's well-received DC hit, "The Suicide Squad," and expanding on the backstory, motivations, and emotional layers of the villain/anti-hero/diaper-wearing vigilante, Peacemaker. John Cena used every ounce of his star power to bring the complicated character to life, though not everyone agreed upon the initial announcement that the bloodthirsty, "Peace at all costs" antagonist would necessarily be the ...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Bob Odenkirk, Television, Movies, News, Amc, Dc, Quentin Tarantino, James Gunn, Edgar Wright, Chris, John Cena, Saul, Gunn, Walter White, MCU

The Classic Dark Anime That Inspired Darren Aronofsky

The death of Satoshi Kon in 2010 from pancreatic cancer at age 46 robbed the world of the chance to catch up with his artistry. In the early 2000s, anime already had die-hard devotees in America, but the art form started to gain traction outside of that fanbase with Disney's advocacy of Hayao Miyazaki's family-friendly films. Kon's madcap fantasias couldn't be marketed the same way, since they dealt with adult subjects and collapsed Japanese history and film history into each other to surreal ef...
Tags: New York, Movies, Disney, America, Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman, Hayao Miyazaki, Edgar Wright, Soho, Nina, Kon, Black Swan, Satoshi Kon, Aronofsky, Mima of Perfect Blue

A Step By Step-Ball-Change Guide To The Peacemaker Intro Choreography

James Gunn is not your typical comic book adaptation director, and the spin-off series "Peacemaker" is no exception. Filled with gruesome violence, NSFW dialogue, a refreshingly pointed political message that racists are villains who deserve to have their asses handed to them, and fearless critique of DC Comics' golden heroes, "Peacemaker" is Gunn at his absolute best. In a stroke of pure genius, the "Peacemaker" opening credits sequence capture the essence of the series by introducing the chara...
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Why Do Financial Experts Hate Coffee?

By Carly Tennes Published: January 13th, 2022
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Anatomy of Dinosaurs!

Next year will mark TWENTY FIVE YEARS of Sheldon online. It first went up in 1998 when I was in grad school in England. Keeping in mind that The Far Side ended after 16 years, Calvin & Hobbes after 10 years, and Bloom County after 9 -- every once in a while I do something to keep Sheldon fresh for me. And so, today, we begin... ANATOMY OF DINOSAURS! It's gonna be 6-8 months of T-Rexes, Ankylosaurs, Triceratops, and more: All perfectly goofy, as they were meant to be....
Tags: Post, Comics, Bloom County, Sheldon, Calvin Hobbes, England Keeping

Pocky & Rocky Reshrined Has Sexy New Female Fighter

Pocky & Rocky Reshrined, the revival of a classic retro shooter, has unleashed more information and a brand new trailer for expecting fans to ogle, though, perhaps the thing watchers will ogle most is the highly exposed cleavage of a new playable female character. The list of playable characters and some artwork: Playable Characters Pocky […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Animals, Anime, Ps4, Retro, Natsume, Yukata, Oppai, Image Gallery, Continuations, Shooting Games, Nintendo Switch

The Daily Stream: Yes, God, Yes Nails The Sinful Self Discovery Of The Early Internet Era

(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: "Yes, God, Yes"Where You Can Stream It: NetflixThe Pitch: Based on director Karen Maine's viral short film, in the year 2000, Alice ("Stranger Things" star Natalia Dyer) is a sexually inexperienced but extremely curious junior attending a strict, Iowa Catholic high school. Alice has been taught her entire life that all sex...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Aol, Jesus, Catholic, Illinois, Alice, Murphy, Peter Gabriel, Lady Bird, Kairos, Iowa Catholic, Timothy Simons, Natalia Dyer, Karen Maine, Laura Francesca Reale

The Marvels Recruits What If...? And Lovecraft Country Composer Laura Karpman

Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe just keeps getting cooler, with composer Laura Karpman joining the creative team for "The Marvels," the sequel to 2019's "Captain Marvel." The five-time Emmy-award-winning artist will be composing the music for the film, working alongside director Nia DaCosta ("Candyman"). "I am thrilled to be going on this wild adventure with Nia DaCosta and Carol Danvers and am really looking forward to the collaboration," Karpman said in a statement. Brie Larson wil...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Brie Larson, Jersey City, Carol Danvers, Academy of Motion Pictures, Teyonah Parris, Lovecraft Country, Monica Rambeau, Laura Karpman, Karpman, Megan McDonnell, Carol Danvers Captain Marvel, Pinar Toprak

A New Degrassi Series Is In The Works At HBO Max

Class is back in session at your favorite school for edgy teens! Wait no, I'm not talking about "Euphoria" High — think back to the golden era of teen angst when TV seasons were 40 episodes long and high schoolers doing drugs was considered controversial. That's right, "Degrassi" is back and it's heading to HBO Max, the official home of all things chaotic-teen related. This new saga marks the sixth series in the franchise, following "The Kids of Degrassi Street" (1979-1986), "Degrassi Junior Hig...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Toronto, Ya, Cohen, Azzopardi, Warner Media, Degrassi, Julia Cohen, HBO Max, WildBrain Studios

The Horror Movies We Can't Wait To See In 2022

As 2022 begins, it's time to look forward to some seriously spooky stuff. We're talking about horror movies, folks — scary, thrilling, chilling tales of terror that are bound to give us the heebie-jeebies. Every month is a good month for a horror movie, so we're looking ahead to our most anticipated horror films of 2022. To be clear: this isn't every horror movie on the way this year, and I'm sure additional titles will catch our eye as the days and weeks tick by. For now, though, here are the 2...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Dart, Stephen King, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Green, Netflix, Ronald Reagan, David Cronenberg, Ethan Hawke, Mpaa, Salem, Zac Efron

Will Arnett To Lead All-Star Cast Through Improvised Whodunit In Netflix's Murderville

The colossally underrated BBC3 comedy crime series "Murder in Successville" is getting a stateside adaptation, courtesy of beloved baritone Will Arnett. Working under his Electric Avenue label with Sony Pictures Television, the actor and producer is starring in and presenting "Murderville," a police procedural comedy Arnett pitched as "'Law & Order' without a script."Andy Brereton and Avril Spary's original series' format entails a celebrity being dropped sight unseen into a crime series with st...
Tags: UK, Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Gordon Ramsay, Yankees, Sony Pictures Television, Will Arnett, Tom Davis, Arnett, Successville, Krister Johnson, Murderville, Andy Brereton, DI Desmond Sleet

Watch The Gorgeous Opening Scene Of Mamoru Hosoda's Belle

"Belle" (竜とそばかすの姫, Ryū to Sobakasu no Hime which translates to "The Dragon and The Freckled Princess") comes to us from Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, and today we've got the entire opening scene. When you can pull your eyes away from the first image (and I expect to see cosplay pics on my Twitter if you dress like this), you have to watch. It's a stunning video, and it's out there to tease the film hitting theaters and IMAX on January 14, 2022. The film will be subtitled and dubbed. "Belle" co...
Tags: Movies, News, Belle, Chace Crawford, Cannes International Film Festival, Mamoru Hosoda, Chizu, Ruka, Jeanne Marie Leprince, Suzu, SungWon, Sobakasu, Disney Or Pixar, Mirai Wolf, Kylie McNeill, Suzu Belle Paul Castro Jr

HBO Max is now 20% off for new and returning subscribers — this rare deal ends January 25

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. HBO Max is offering 20% off the first year's subscription when you sign up as a new or returning member. The offer ends January 25, 2022.SOPA Images/Shutterstock Now through January 25, HBO Max is offering 20% off your first year's subscription. The deal is available for both new and returning users — existing HBO Max members don't qualify. The disc...
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Vertigo Ending Explained: Dizzying Doubles And Deadly Obsession

"Vertigo" was released more than 60 years ago, receiving mixed criticism and lukewarm responses, as viewers at the time felt that it lacked Alfred Hitchcock's signature mastery. However, over time, "Vertigo" underwent massive critical re-evaluation, having been hailed for its taut narrative threads, complex characters, and stunning cinematography. The ending of the film still baffles some, as it is an eerie thematic mirroring from a symbolic perspective, emulating the visceral sensation of verti...
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Award-Winning Indonesian Mystery Thriller 'Photocopier' New Trailer

"Who took that photo of me?" Netflix has unveiled a trailer for an Indonesian thriller titled Photocopier, which is now available to watch on Netflix worldwide (in most countries) as of today. The film premiered at last year's Busan Film Festival, then won a bunch of awards at Festival Film Indonesia - including Best Film, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and others. After losing her scholarship when photos of her at a party surface online, a student pairs wit...
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The best capture cards for 2022: Xbox, PlayStation, and PC

Video capture cards make it easy to record or steam your gameplay on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Here are the best capture cards you can buy in 2022.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Playstation, Computing, Xbox, Best Of, Capture Card, Tier 4

Review: Belfast

— by BEV QUESTAD — Perfect timing. That “Belfast” was coincidentally released in 2021, the year of the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol, sends an ominous shudder down my back. The film, an autobiographically-inspired look at an early time in film-maker Kenneth Branagh’s life, opens with a Belfast neighborhood sharing its street for […]
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60% of Japanese Men Prefer Sitting to Urinate in a Western-Style Toilet

A survey questioning the urination habits of Japanese males has exposed that most would prefer to sit while releasing their unneeded fluids into a Western-style toilet, surely fascinating private information that individuals were probably desperate to know. Niigata Daily Report’s special press group looked into the subject after a woman sent an inquiry asking if […]
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Is 'The Book Of Boba Fett' A Stealth Sequel To 'Solo'?

By JM McNab Published: January 13th, 2022
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