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24 May 19
Dy'Mon's College Now Portfolio
24 May 19
News By Jim

Patrick McGilligan’s “Funny Man” is a comprehensive biography of Mel Brooks and also a portrait of a recent era in American show business. Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/24/books/review/patrick-mcgilligan-funny-man-mel-brooks.html?emc=rss&partner=rss

24 May 19
NintendoSoup

Get ready for some Garfield goodness. Inkypen, the subscription service for comics on the Switch, is bringing classic comic strips such as Garfield, Peanuts, Dilbert, and more to its app. It looks like modern comic strips will also be included. Check out the announcement below.

24 May 19
Juliet the Nomad

Whilst driving through life, I noticed stores by the appellation of Dunkin’ began soaking up the roadside real estate faster than a biscuit in coffee. What ever could this noun-less, transitive verb be referring to? Upon connecting the donut holes, I experienced a maelstrom of emotions; It was none other than my arch nemesis, Dunkin’ […]

24 May 19
IndieWire
Warner Bros. has not officially announced Robert Pattinson as the new Batman, but the beloved “High Life” actor is currently the frontrunner to take over the role made famous on the big screen by Michael Keaton and Christian Bale. As previously reported, Pattinson is entering final talks to sign on as the lead in Matt Reeves’ upcoming 2021 tentpole “The Batman.” The role would give Pattinson the biggest role of his career and a second major upcoming studio gig after Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet.” Pattinson was in attendance at the Cannes Film Festival this week to premiere his new movie, “The Lighthouse.” The Robert Eggers-directed psychodrama debuted in Directors’ Fortnight to critical acclaim, with Pattinson and co-star Willem Dafoe earning instant Oscar buzz for their performances. Pattinson deflected all Batman questions, telling IndieWire’s awards editor Anne Thompson with a smile, “I am only answering questions about ‘The Lighthouse.’” While Pattinson would not talk about his potential Batman casting, his “Lighthouse” co-star Dafoe was fully on board with the casting. During an appearance on Variety’s “The Big Ticket” podcast, Dafoe couldn’t confirm Pattinson’s casting but he did share his belief that the actor has at least one important quality to accurately portray Batman/Bruce Wayne. “He’s got a strong chin,” Dafoe said of Pattinson, “That’s a part of it. Can you imagine anyone with a weak chin ever playing Batman? I don’t think so.” Dafoe knows a thing or two about comic book movies after reigniting popularity in the genre with “Spider-Man,” in which he famously played the Green Goblin. The actor recently appeared in “Aquaman” but remained coy when asked by IndieWire how he enjoyed the experience. Dafoe said he is unsure whether or not he’ll reprise the character in the “Aquaman” sequel. As for Pattinson, the actor was the talk of Cannes thanks to his performance in “The Lighthouse.” The second directorial effort from “The Witch” director Eggers stars Dafoe and Pattinson as a lighthouse keeper and his young protégé who lose their minds while carrying out their isolated profession. A24 is distributing the movie but has not yet announced a release date. Warner Bros. will open Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” in theaters nationwide June 25, 2021.
24 May 19
Comics and memes of Julio

My first school year. my first school year was amazing I have so many memories in this and others classes one of this is when my first day in the school: my first day began good. When began my first period I sit in the Bulldog center all the period I didn’t understand why but […]

24 May 19
The Other End Comics

Support The Other End on Patreon! A buck a month, two bucks a month, 35 bucks a month, 5000 bucks a month. Whatever

24 May 19
The Apollonian Transmission

The JEM (Jewish Esoteric Moralization) of Christianity is enough to condemn it to deepest Tartarus along with its God Saturn, to return this God to his station. It is a mistake though to believe that the Church represents merely an “inertial” expression of a Jewish development. Indeed, there are several reasons to believe Jews have […]

24 May 19
Daily dose of gaming, movie's and comic's

Some very interesting news regarding this year’s entry into the Call of Duty franchise has just broken thanks to Kotaku’s Jason Schreier who went to Twitter with a flurry of tweets apparently confirming the title of the game as “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare”. It has been all but confirmed for a long time now […]

24 May 19
Dad Lover Family

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24 May 19
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24 May 19
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24 May 19

Familiar faces top the best sellers for the past month with the original Mad #1 topping the platinum/golden age list. Where’s Alfred E. Neuman when you need him?