The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Teaser

The show is once again set on the world of Thra and concerns three Gelflings who discover the horrifying secret behind the Skeksis’ power and set out on an epic journey to ignite the fires of rebellion and save their world.

The 10-episode show takes place years before the events of Jim Henson’s 1982 puppeteer masterpiece. The trailer returns us to the world of Thra, a place filled with the Gelfing, Skeksis, and Mystics, but it’s a world in decay for the Crystal of Truth that lies at the heart of Thra is damaged and corrupted by Skeksis, spreading a sickness across the land.

Enjoy Christina Aguilera in “Galore” Magazine Photoshoot

Amazing Vampirella cover for dynamite comics by Artgerm

The Truth About Killer Robots trailer

Engineers, factory workers, journalists, philosophers and Isaac Asimov (Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics) share cautionary tales of a world controlled by artificial intelligence. Directed by Maxim Pozdorovkin.

HBO Original Documentary that shows how humans are becoming more and more dependent on robots nowadays. This film also features several points of view from engineers, journalists, and philosophers who talk about different situations where robots have caused the death of humans, and how they represent a threat to society.

When a robot kills a human, who takes the blame?

An eerie, eye-opening work of science nonfiction, The Truth About Killer Robots considers several automation cases, from a factory in Germany to a bomb-carrying police droid in Dallas, raising questions of accountability and morality. Exploring the provocative viewpoints of engineers, journalists and philosophers, the film goes beyond sensational deaths to examine more subtle but pervasive ways that robots affect humanity.

Narrated by Kodomoroid, a lifelike Japanese android, The Truth About Killer Robots focuses on the growing use of robotics in manufacturing, the service and life-and-death policing matters. The film visits Germany, China, Japan and the U.S. to gain insights into the ways robots are impacting jobs across cultures.

Still, the gravest threat to humanity goes beyond job displacement: As humans adjust their lives to the rhythms of machines, their faculties atrophy, and human connection becomes ever more remote.

The Truth About Killer Robots features provocative observations from: Illah Nourbakhsh, professor of ethics and computational technologies at Carnegie Mellon; Marios Savvides, director of biometrics research at Carnegie Mellon; journalist Sven Kuhling, who covered the death of a worker caused by a robot at a Volkswagen factory; entrepreneurs Julia Collins of the pizza startup Zume and Tim Hwang of the law firm Robot, Robot & Hwang, both of whom have embraced robotic partners; noted Japanese roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro; and philosopher John Campbell.

The Truth About Killer Robots was directed by Maxim Pozdorovkin (HBO’s Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer); produced by Joe Bender, Maxim Pozdorovkin; director of photography, Joe Bender; edited by Isabel Ponte, Maxim Pozdorovkin. For HBO: executive producer, Sara Bernstein.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Vampire: The Eternal Struggle and so will be the celebration

This summer Black Chantry Productions are releasing a 25th Anniversary product for Vampire: The Eternal Struggle. It contains:
– a 100 card preconstructed deck, one of the games most classic deck archetypes, 
– an extra 18 iconic cards, reprints from all eras of the game’s history, 
– two copies of a powerful vampire new for this set, 
– a sturdy, beautiful box that fits 100 sleeved cards.

Like the previous 2019 preconstructed decks, this product holds many sought-after reprints, making it attractive for existing players. It is also suitable for new players who want to start with a powerful but not overly complicated deck.

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ELsa Hosk in AMFAR GALA 2019 IN CANNES

Sailor Moon statue finally makes it to Tsume’s catalogue

Masterpiece that marked several generations of fans, Sailor Moon finally makes it to Tsume’s catalogue. Check out our unique vision of Princess Serenity’s reincarnation.

Usagi is set wearing her outfit from the end of Sailor Moon S and beginning of Sailor Moon Super S, standing on her left leg with the right arm in extension holding the Spiral Heart Moon Rod. A translucent ribbon is spiralling around her, seeming to emerge from the rod and mimicking a transformation effect. The warrior of the moon is standing on a bed of pink roses and in front of a replica of her Crisis Moon Compact.

Very colourful and contrasted, this statue is full of details, any way you look at it. Her outfit’s painting highlights different types of fabrics combining mate, satiny, and glossy effects to create relief and please the eye. The translucent ribbon adds a touch of delicacy and lightness to a very aerial overall. The setup is vertical and authorises various point of view, all the more since the ribbon and hair’s curves, and the skirt’s folds add dynamism and movement to the piece.