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World Belongs To Prancer, the Rescue Pup With All the Issues

Twitter is usually a hellscape of bad ideas and verbal abuse, but sometimes it gifts us with the most wonderful discoveries. This weekend, the world was introduced to Prancer, a neurotic rescue Chihuahua with the spirit of a “haunted Victorian child.” Prancer went viral thanks to a Facebook post from his foster mom, Tyfanee Fortuna, who is fostering Prancer for Second Chance Pet Adoption League in New Jersey. The ad was then reposted on Twitter, where it has over 220K likes. This is the best thing I’ve read in…

Celebrate Black Canary’s Birthday With HBO Series Campaign

April 10 marks the birthday of one of our favorite superheroines, Dinah Lance, aka Black Canary. And fans are celebrating the date by campaigning for HBO to greenlight a Black Canary series with Jurnee Smollett reprising her role. Smollett appeared as Black Canary in last year’s Birds of Prey, and while we loved the film, it’s underperformance at the box office has all but doomed our hopes for a sequel. While Margot Robbie is already set to play Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad reboot (and beyond), there’s been no…

Get Over Here! – The Mortal Kombat Movie Franchise

Chris Gelderd delves into the Mortal Kombat movie franchise… American game designers, writers and friends Ed Boon and John Tobias had a dream in 1990. It had been three years since the arcade beat-‘em up Street Fighter, created by Takashi Nishiyama and Hiroshi Matsumoto, made its debut and helped introduce a new genre of gaming. As Capcom improved their fighting franchise with the legendary Street Fighter II: The World Warrior making it’s way into arcades around the world in 1991, the world was ready for more…

And the Category Is.. The 7 Most Dazzling ‘Pose’ Ballroom Battles (VIDEO)

Ryan Murphy’s groundbreaking LGBTQ series Pose is coming to an end with its third and final season premiering May 2.The FX drama has scooped a ton of awards for its depiction of the drag ball culture scene in New York City during the HIV/AIDS epidemic of the 1980s and ’90s.It boasts a star-studded cast including Evan Peters, Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek, Mj Rodriguez.But Billy Porter is the real showstopper with his captivating performances as ball emcee Pray Tell that have landed him a Golden Globe and Emmy.Now, before…

Comic Book Preview – Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Electrified Tesla #1

Titan Comics and Hard Case Crime launch the new Minky Woodcock tale The Girl Who Electrified Tesla this coming Wednesday, and you can check out the official preview of the first issue here… Private investigator Minky Woodcock becomes involved in the affairs of a maverick genius and reclusive pigeon-fancier, Nikola Tesla, only to discover a horrifying conspiracy involving corrupt politicians and Nazis. Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Electrified Tesla #1 goes on sale on April 14th, priced $3.99.   Source

7 Real Problems for the ‘Real Housewives’ Stars, Including Jen Shah

The “reality” of the drama on Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise is debatable. But much of the Housewives’ offscreen trouble is all too real.Jen Shah, one of the reality sensation’s newest stars, was arrested just four months after making her debut on the premiere of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. But she isn’t alone: Many other Housewives—and their husbands—have rap sheets and mugshots.RHONY fans surely remember the footage of Luann de Lesseps’ dramatic arrest, for example, while RHONJ fans probably counted down…

World War II co-writer Jeremy Adams

Ricky Church chats with Justice Society: World War II co-writer Jeremy Adams… Though the Justice League consists of some of the most popular superheroes in comics and has been around for decades, they are not the first superhero team in either the DC Universe or the comic book industry. In 1940 the world was introduced to the Justice Society of America, a group of heroes made up of those with superpowers, scientists or highly skilled people who went on adventures, fought supervillains and even took part in World War II,…

Creator Emily Andras on the Legacy of ‘Wynonna Earp’

SPOILER ALERT: This post discusses the events of the series finale of Wynonna Earp. In a season 2 episode of the Syfy series Wynonna Earp, the eponymous heroine declares, “This may be a shit show, but it’s our shit show.” That statement served not only as a thesis for the series, but became a rallying cry for Earpers (the show’s devoted fandom) everywhere. Last night saw the series finale, “Old Souls”, offer a cathartic and warm ending for the scrappy little show that could. WayHaught got married, Jeremy took over…

New Marvel Legends Series and Marvel Legends Retro figures revealed by Hasbro

Hasbro has revealed a new line of Marvel Legends collectibles during yesterday’s Hasbro Pulse event: Retro Series figures for Ant-Man, Cyclops, Invisible Woman, Grey Hulk, Vision, and Bullseye; an assortment of Iron Man figures which include Modular Iron Man, Vault Guardsman, Stealth Iron Man, Hologram Iron Man, Ultron, Ironheart, and Darkstar (with parts for an Ursa Major Build-a-Figure); an Infinity Saga Thor figure inspired by the appearance of Chris Hemsworth as the God of Thunder in Avengers: Endgame, a Quasar…

‘Thunder Force’ Offers a Goofy Riff on the Superhero Genre

Over the past decade, Melissa McCarthy has established herself as a bonafide movie star, delivering brilliant comedic performances in films like Bridesmaids, Spy, and The Heat. But like all stars, she has also appeared in her fair share of clunkers, films that simply don’t match the level of her comedic talents, like The Boss, Superintelligence, and Life of the Party. Unfortunately, those films are almost always directed by her husband and creative partner, Ben Falcone. So every time a new McCarthy film is…

Debbie Johnson Gets a Dating Profile! (VIDEO)

Calling all Las Vegas bachelors: Debbie Johnson is now on the market!The breakout 90 Day: The Single Lifestar is ready to re-enter the dating game with help from her son, Colt Johnson. While 90 Day fans are more than familiar with Colt’s love life — including his split from ex Larissa Dos Santos Lima, and tumultuous love triangle between Jess Caroline and Vanessa Guerra — spinoff The Single Life has also provided a glimpse into Debbie’s hopes for romance. As Debbie admitted on 90 Day Bares All, she was once a heartbreaker…

Comic Book Preview – Superman #30

Superman #30 is out this coming Tuesday, and we’ve got the official preview of the issue for you here; check it out… Superman has received a signal from distant space. An old friend is in deep trouble, and only the Man of Steel can help him. By the time Superman and his son get there, though, the alien who sent the signal is nowhere to be found, and his people appear to be enthralled by a shamanistic storyteller who warns of an ancient grudge with the malevolent Shadowbreed. This leaves Clark and Jonathan Kent…

Ask the Mary Sues: Favorite Critical Flops We Sincerely Love

Picture this: you’re at a party (remember those?) having a deep conversation about pop culture (remember conversations?) when the topic lands on a critically and/or commercially reviled piece of pop culture. You laugh nervously as people continue to gleefully trash that mess of a film/series/game, while secretly holding your truth close to your heart. That truth? That you love this thing that everyone is making fun of. And not an ironic, “so bad it’s good” love, but a genuine, sincere fondness for this thing most…

Marvel launching new Moon Knight series in July

Before Oscar Isaac brings the character to life in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Moon Knight is set to make his return in a new ongoing series from Marvel Comics, which is set to launch this July from the creative team of writer Jed MacKay (Black Cat) and Alessandro Cappuccio (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers). The mysterious Mr. Knight has opened his Midnight Mission, his people petitioning for protection from the weird and horrible.  That protection is offered by Moon Knight, who stalks the rooftops and alleys marked…

What to Watch: The Nevers, Younger, Monday

As we grow ever closer to summer, some shows are beginning to take more hiatuses. How annoying. But that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to keep you occupied. Check out what to watch this week. Saturday, April 10 8/7c Lust: A Seven Deadly Sins Story (Lifetime) Lifetime is bringing the sexy on Saturday with the first chapter of their Seven Deadly Sins Story, Lust, based on Victoria Christopher Murray's novel. It's executive produced by Bishop T.D. Jakes and…

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