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From its hefty page count to its landscape orientation to the bilingual nature of the story, there is very little about "Barrier" that is mundane. Over the years I have written about more than a few digital comics -- works intended as digital releases, not the reproduction of paper issues in a...

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Supporters argue that legalized sports betting will remove it from the shadowy underworld, but the legalization of casinos and lotteries has not stopped illegal wagering on games of chance.

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A new park and characters are at the heart of the next episode of the series, "Akane No Mai."read more

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Hey, Kevin Feige! Riz Ahmed and Mindy Kaling have a pretty novel idea. The pair want to write a superhero movie based on Ms. Marvel with their pal Kumail Nanjiani. Ahmed (The Night Of, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) put the thought out into the ether when he tweeted on Tuesday, “So when do...

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The summer of 2008 broke history, and rebuilt it. America suffered through a bitter presidential election on the road to a globewrecking financial crisis. In theaters, cinematic generations were rising — and falling. Superheroes, Will Smith, George Lucas, Guillermo del Toro, Emma Stone, Mike...

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HUDDERSFIELD, England -- Ray Wilson, the left back in all six of England's games in its World Cup-winning campaign in 1966, has died. He was 83.

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Brazil’s central bank unexpectedly left its benchmark interest rate unchanged, citing a more challenging and volatile situation in world economies.

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HBO has released seven new photos from Sunday’s mysterious Shogun World episode of Westworld. The episode features Maeve (Thandie Newton), Lee Sizemore (Simon Quarterman) and their band of host rebels journeying into a Delos park of violent delights that we’ve never seen before. The episode is...

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Welcome to adulthood, Kimmy Schmidt. In the first trailer for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 4, our favorite mole woman steps into the working world, where she deals with white privilege, #MeToo, and not knowing the words to Rebecca Black’s “Friday.” The first half of the new season, which...

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