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Title: "Masters of The Erotica: Glimmer/Loo-Kee" by Kyle Reccula.
Logline: With most of the Rebellion away, She-Ra: Princess of Power's Glimmer takes a nude bath. Loo-Kee discovers her and they have some sex.
Acts Involved: Oral, anal, vaginal, rimjob, squirting (female), navel-fucking.
Participants: Glimmer, Loo-Kee, Mermista
The Live Reading...(Featuring Greg Jones Jr. and Gorpo the Unnamed One)More >>
I'm not a marketing guy, but I would have had these out in January. Every single aspect of this movie's promotion has been leading from behind, focusing on shutting down leaks rather than preempting them by giving us something, anything, to indicate that this is not some detrimentally wild departure from source material.
These handy posters are cool - but in many ways pointless once we've already seen the full Turtles and their hideous nostrils. What say you - finger flickin' good, or thumbs down?More >>
Our name for it is better.
Well, I for one was too busy planning a WrestleMania party all weekend to see what other fun things were going on in the world, but if, like me, you missed out, here are some highlights of this weekend's reader-submitted items, compiled with the help of Kyle LeClair.
Tipsters this week include SlyDante777, skrag2112, Dr.Gonzo82, Anyone00, franciebrady27, rkwsuperstar, troi, Gallen_DugallMore >>
Check in Sunday to see if I decide to liveblog it. It's like six hours long if you count the preshow, so I don't know if I'm up to the whole thing. But if I am it'll be here.
A few last-minute items before the big weekend:
-Bruce Timm is doing a new Batman short. Now that's the goddamn Batman.
-The Michael Bay Ninja Turtles look a lot better in Lego.
-Twin Peaks Twitter fanfic.
-Amazon's game box, to compete with...what exactly?
-Riding in Cars With Zombies, the game.
-Axel Braun's new Captain America porno patriotically comes out on tax day.
-Kids today. You're getting a video game to help brush your teeth properly? In my day we just had stupid-ass tablets that dyed your teeth red until you got it all off.
-Possibly an April Fool, but here's a robot kangaroo:
If anyone in the LA area wants to see WrestleMania on Sunday, hit me up. Holla.
Perhaps I should have specified that you can only win this contest once. Because we had one entrant in particular who went for such total saturation bombing that I can only assume he was trying for all three victory slots. This was a tough one...
Your assignment was to pitch a sequel to the Steven Spielberg War of the Worlds.More >>
In the last of our series of Robot Chicken interviews, we go straight to the creators, Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. Geoff Johns was scheduled to be part of the interview as well, but who knows - perhaps he read some of the nastier things I've said about Sir Lazer-Lot, and felt I should not meet the one Responsible This. But who am I kidding: most likely he had take a bathroom break or something.
Seriously, Robot Chicken gang - Sir Lazer-Lot must be fed to Mo-Larr on your show. Someday.More >>
On April 10th, mobile gamers will be able to build their own Quahog and collect stuff in it, as Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff appears ripe for cashing in on love for The Simpsons: Tapped Out. As I found at the launch party, though, nobody involved is overly fond of that comparison; one Fox marketing guy threw out a ton of buzzwords that esssentially amounted to, "they're similar but different" (he did confirm a Firefly game, though, but when asked if any of the original actors are involved his only response was "stay tuned.")
I'll put it this way: The Quest for Stuff is not like Tapped Out in the same way that Family Guy is not like The Simpsons. For one thing, you're not building the town from scratch - you're RE-building it following an apocalyptic fight with the Giant Chicken. Totally different. Also, this game may not yell at me as loudly from Julia's phone as Homer currently does, randomly, in the middle of the night.More >>
We already showed you the fake PSA with which it ends; now, if you missed the episode or were on the fence about seeing it, here is the opening credit sequence, complete with the (mostly) original cartoon theme song.
I didn't get to see the full episode myself, so if you were to ask me how it was I'd have to say G.I. Dunno. But damn, that song got a cheap pop out of me.More >>
DC Comics' new headquarters in Burbank is filled with things to look at, from the movie costumes in the lobby to the giant superhero drawings on every sliding office door. In-house toys adorn most desks, and the vault room that contains as many early issues as the company has been able to gather has glass walls, so you can look, even if you'd never remotely have the security clearance to touch.
But I'm not here merely to geek out. Robot Chicken has a new DC Comics Special airing Sunday, and I'm here to meet the writers, whom I talked to in two groups of three.More >>
Luke's mother-in-law is former LAPD, a licensed property appraiser and a self-described crazy cat lady. None of which has prepared her for TR readers. All questions and answers are real.
If you missed the first part of my trip to Mexico with my mother, it's HERE. Now, let's continue.
When we checked in to the resort, we were issued an arm band (if you lose it, 250 pesos is charged) and towel keys (you lose, you pay). They give 1 towel card for each person. The trick here is to ask for more cards. You can get them at the front desk. We put one towel on the lounge and the other was either to dry with or cover up with. Even with the extra towel I got sunburned. The towels are large, which was great. But lose a towel or your wrist band and you will have to pay extra. The exchange rate was 12 pesos to 1 US dollar.More >>