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Joe Corallo: Unmasked Is Back!

Well, I haven’t highlighted a Kickstarter in about a month so I’m going to end that dry spell right now.

Last week Michael Sarrao launched a Kickstarter campaign for his latest graphic novel, Unmasked Volume 2: Promethean. Unsurprisingly, this is the follow up to Unmasked: The New Age Heroes Volume 1 which was Kickstarted back on August 26, 2012. Maybe slightly more surprisingly this is also a follow up to Unmasked: Signal the 32 page one shot which bridges the events of Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 that was also funded on Kickstarter back on April 13, 2014. Both volumes were illustrated by John Broglia and Signal was illustrated by Anthony Gregori.

In total, this will be Michael Sarrao’s fourth comic book Kickstarter. All of his previous campaigns have been successful, and this campaign is only a week in and well on its way to reaching its goal. Michael was kind enough to send me
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Preview of the superhero crime saga Anti-Hero

Today sees the release of the complete superhero crime saga Anti-Hero from Jay Faerber, Nate Stockman and Paul Little, and we have a preview for you right here…

Paragon is Rainier City’s greatest super-hero. Callum Finney is a lowly henchman in mobster Liam Quinlan’s organization. When Callum stumbles upon Paragon’s secret identity, both of their lives change forever. Callum sees his ticket to true power. Paragon sees his life–and the lives of his ex-wife and children–in jeopardy. Forced to do Callum’s bidding, just how many compromises can a super-hero make before he becomes a super-villain? And how far is Callum willing to go in his quest for power?

Anti-Hero is out tomorrow, priced $19.99.
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Comic Book Review – Reyn #2

Andrew Newton reviews Reyn #2…

Reyn returns Seph to her father and the Followers of Tek, who ask him to join them on a mission to stop the Venn from destroying Fate.

Issue 2 of Reyn from Image Comics is out and my fears have been put to rest. There are many comic book series that start off with an amazing and action packed first issue only for subsequent issues to lack the same impact and feel like mere filler. This has Not happened with Reyn and I am so pleased that issue 2 has maintained the same compelling storyline as the first.

Last issue we saw our Warden hero Reyn and his new found friend (Seph) about to battle against a group of soldiers in the local tavern with the odds very much not in their favour. This issue continues on from that exciting conclusion and we finally find out whether Reyn
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SXSW 2015 Sets Mark Duplass Keynote, First Wave Of Film Panels

Cyrus and Jeff, Who Lives At Home filmmaker Mark Duplass will return to South by Southwest to keynote the 2015 edition of the annual Austin film conference, organizers announced today. Like 2014’s popular keynote speaker Lena Dunham, Duplass is making a homecoming of sorts to SXSW where he launched his career in 2005 by winning the SXSW Audience Award with brother Jay for The Puffy Chair. Last year at SXSW he and director/co-writer/co-star Patrick Brice debuted their microbudget horror Creep which Radius-twc and Blumhouse Tilt jointly acquired.

Also stopping by the Austin fest held from March 13-21, 2015 will be Bollywood actor and director Shekhar Kapur (Elizabeth, The Four Feathers), who will lead a Conversation session. Over 150 keynotes, conversations, panels, and mentor sessions are in the works for the annual confab, which has yet to announce its full lineup.

As for film panels, I’ll be talking shop at “So You
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'Paul's Home Alone Christmas Card' will leave you thirsty for more -- Video

Sorry, everybody — some guy named Paul Little just totally outdid your family’s Christmas card. (Even you, Kardashians.)

See, Paul likes the classic family comedy/harrowing horror film (if you’re looking at it from the burglars’ perspective) Home Alone. He likes it so much that this year, he created a virtual Christmas card that cuts together all of the movie’s best moments — with Paul’s own face superimposed over that of each actor, speaking their lines with the perfect intonation and attitude. (He’s certainly not what the French call les incompetents.)

Watch the magic below; it’s
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Jordan Gelber and Jennifer Cody to Star in Hangar Theatre's Last Of The Red Hot Lovers; Full Cast Announced!

Hangar Theatre kicks off its 2013 season on June 13th with Neil Simon's irresistible comedy Last of the Red Hot Lovers, which runs through June 29. Featuring a stellar cast including three Broadway favorites, this seminal work will be directed by Hangar Associate Artistic Director Jesse Bush. Last of the Red Hot Lovers had its original Broadway run from 1969-1971 and received four Tony nominations, including for Best Play. The Hangar production features the talents of Jordan Gelber Broadway's Avenue Q, All My Sons, Elf as Barney Cashman, Jennifer Cody Shrek, Urinetown as Elaine Navazio, Leenya Rideout Company, War Horse, Cabaret as Jeannette Fisher, and Natalie Walker as Bobbi Michele.
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World's first cheeseburger 'was invented by mistake' - Realbollywood.com News

London, Jan 18: A Us restaurant has claimed that the world's first cheeseburger was invented in its kitchen in the late 1920's, when a young chef wanted to cover up his mistake.

A local diner in Pasadena, California, called the Rite Spot, says chef Lionel Sternberger accidentally burned one side of the hamburger he was cooking.

"Rather than throwing it in the trash, he flipped it over and put a bit of cheese on it to hide his mistake and served it to a customer, who was delighted to have it," the Daily Mail quoted Pasadena Chamber of Commerce's Paul Little as telling CNN.

Now the town is celebrating the cheeseburger's.
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The Hardcore truth about women in porn

UK Feminista is to rescreen the 2001 documentary Hardcore that offers a horrifying glimpse into the abuse of women in porn – in a bid to combat the argument that it's just 'people having sex'

An old controversy has arisen over pornography; not the usual ruck about whether it is harmful to women, but a debate over the viewing of women being abused during the making of it.

This Monday UK Feminista is screening the documentary Hardcore, which offers a horrifying glimpse into the industry.

First screened on Channel 4 in 2001, it follows Felicity, a 25-year-old single mother living in the UK, who is desperate to make money to improve her daughter's opportunities. She is invited by a porn agent to meet movers and shakers in the so-called Us 'adult industry'. The audience watches as she goes from a bright, sparky, pretty woman to a cynical and emotionally exhausted shell.

Her agent
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Ron Jeremy Interview Finding Bliss

Ron Jeremy has been the hardest working man in Hollywood for over three decades, but he’s putting some distance between himself and the world of porn these days as he contemplates retirement and moves more and more into mainstream film. In his latest outing, the multi-faceted actor/writer/producer/director turns in a highly entertaining cameo in Julie Davis’ cutting edge romantic comedy, Finding Bliss.

Jeremy talked to us about how his new movie compared to Zack and Miri Make a Porno, what he sees as the uncertain future of the adult entertainment industry, and why he absolutely despises the internet. He also discussed his involvement in The Great Porn Debates and updated us on his latest work including an appearance on the Travel Channel, a hilarious documentary entitled Midgets Vs. Mascots, and a starring role opposite Billy Zane in Guido, a dramatic feature film which has just begun shooting in Los Angeles.
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