GESTURES OF APPRECIATION
Because we're all fans at heart
First trailer. iframe
Counting Peter Parker, there are at least three established victims of the Infinity Snap in this trailer...soooooo...
Splender - I Think God Can Explain
What are the newest technologies for pets? For example, this pif-300
which is a Wireless Dog Fence, a system that will allow your pet freedom while keeping them safely contained within the boundary area and it is the ideal solution for anyone unable to use a traditional underground fence because there is no digging or burying of wiring the system can be set up in only a few minutes. How about you, do you have any idea for the newest technologies for pets?
January 4, 2019
Hello guys, Newbie here from Australia, please to meet you all.
This past year certainly took a heavy toll. I can't speak for anyone else, but personally, my life will be changing dramatically in the coming year...I can only hope, for the better.
At long last, the follow-up to Infinity War
has been revealed. iframe
December 2, 2018
My mother, Leslee Smith, left us about three and a half hours ago. She left an unfathomably wide and deep void in this world and in the lives of her family, but she has gone ahead of us to Heaven, where we will all see her again one day.
Everything our family was, is, and ever will be, is all thanks to her.
Today, and every other day, I'm thankful for my life, my health, my home, my friends, and my family, and for whatever time we all have left with one another.
If anyone wants to toss up a celebratory banner or something, feel free.
...Yeah, that's apparently going to be the movie's real, final title.
Really not sure what else to say at this point. Thoughts...?
Stan "The Man" Lee, the co-founder and public face of Marvel Comics, has died at the age of 95.
In the early 1960s, along with such legendary artists as Jack "King" Kirby, Steve Ditko, and Joe Simon, Stan Lee founded Marvel Comics. Together, they created groundbreaking characters such as the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, the X-Men, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, the Avengers, and countless others. They established the Marvel Universe and changed the American comic book industry forever.
As the popularity of their creations skyrocketed and their company dominated the industry, Lee became known as much for his larger-than-life persona, and his distinctive voice and mannerisms, as he was for his writing and creations. In the 1970s he became the public face and voice of Marvel Comics, and has remained so to this day. As the characters he'd created branched out into television and film, Stan Lee was nearly always involved in the production to one degree or another, narrating several Marvel cartoons during the 1980s and having at least an executive producer credit on practically everything else. He has also famously made cameo appearances in every single Marvel movie that's been made so far this century, and I suspect that, somehow, not even his death will prevent him from continuing that tradition and appearing in future installments in the MCU.Excelsior!
November 9, 2018
Hi, everyone! New guy here. Happy to have found this great online sincronos community. I'm hoping to have fun and learn with the other members here. Whenever I'm taking a break from this particular interest, I'm usually found at home, watching my ferret play in his ferret nation cage and having fun with the wife and kids. Such a simple and noble life. Cheers, everyone! Have a nice day!
What the title says. Here's something different, yet entirely predictable. iframe
I thought this was pretty interesting. iframe
Former Walking Dead
star Scott Wilson died on Saturday. A tribute to the venerable actor was posted on the AMC show's Facebook page
, which I'll quote below.
Skybound, the entertainment company behind Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead, has paid tribute to late Hershel Greene star Scott Wilson, who died Saturday aged 76.
“We are deeply saddened to report that Scott Wilson, the incredible actor who played Hershel on #TheWalkingDead, has passed away at the age of 76,” the statement reads. “Our thoughts are with his family and friends. Rest in paradise, Scott. We love you!”
Wilson’s rep told TMZ the actor passed following a battle with leukemia.
News of his death comes just hours after The Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang revealed at New York Comic Con Wilson returns to the series this season alongside Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Sasha. Hershel and Sasha are just two of the late characters who will make cameo appearances in the new season, tied to the upcoming exit of Rick Grimes actor Andrew Lincoln.
Wilson joined the series in Season Two as a by-the-Bible farmer and father to Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Beth (Emily Kinney). The former veterinarian acted as the moral compass of the group, often steering Rick in the right direction.
Hershel also developed a significant bond with Maggie’s future husband, Glenn (Steven Yeun), gifting him his prized pocket watch. Maggie and Glenn’s child, who has since been born in Season Nine, is named Hershel in his honor.
Wilson last reprised the role in Season Four finale “A,” which came after Hershel’s death in that season’s mid-season finale, “Too Far Gone.” That episode saw Hershel mercilessly decapitated by the Governor (David Morrissey), who used Michonne’s katana to perform the dirty deed.
He also voiced the character in The Walking Dead's Robot Chicken animated special. Other recent roles include Hostiles, The OA, Damien, and Bosch, after a decades-long career spanning such films as In the Heat of the Night and The Ninth Configuration.
The Walking Dead is expected to pay tribute to Wilson this season by way of a memorial credits tag. Fans can further expect a loving tribute to be made on Sunday’s live aftershow Talking Dead, airing immediately after The Walking Dead Season Nine premiere.
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