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If you were pleased with the performance of Park Min Young and you are looking for K-drama alternates that are similar to “Marry My Husband”, where she is the lead female character, here are 5 K-drama alternate series you are sure to enjoy. The first 4 on the list are all 16 episodes and categorized as either Romance or Romantic Comedy (Rom-Com).
This a historical period drama about female historians, who took their jobs just as seriously as their male counterparts. They experienced gender discrimination but overcame it.
About a decade ago people were telling me I had to start watching this new True Detective show on HBO. “It’s the best show ever!” they told me. My slow self didn’t even start to consider it until Season 2 was already a thing, at which point people were NOW telling me “don’t bother, it’s garbage now.” I thought I’d just never hear about True Detective anymore, but now that it’s made it all the way to Season 4, people are telling me to watch it again? Make up your minds!
The new Switch / Steam game Dungeons & DoomKnights doesn’t just look retro, it’s 100% authentically the real deal. The game was developed in Assembly language on the original NES by Adam Bohn, better known as “Artix,” and Dale Coop (who’s been behind Kubo and other major NES homebrew releases). We caught both of them for an interview about the making of this game and what inspired it.
Oni Press has released the list of comics they plan to release in the month of May. Even in the middle of winter, Oni is preparing for a long, hot, and possibly even toxic summer.
Peacemaker is the newest playable guest DLC character making his way to Mortal Kombat 1, and if you’re a fan of John Cena’s portrayal of him in both the Suicide Squad movie and the Peacemaker TV show, you’re in for a real treat. Not only does Cena lend his voice to the character, but his likeness is also captured in the game, ensuring an authentic experience for fans.
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During their Direct this morning, the usual Nintendo Switch Online update turned out to be rather unexpected. Not only were five additional titles from Rare confirmed for the service, we’re getting them nearly immediately.
Nintendo is still keeping mum about their future plans (almost like they’re saving them for a future console) but this morning’s Nintendo Direct proves there will still be plenty to play this year from companies that aren’t them.
A Borderlands movie has been in the works for years, and we thought it might never happen, but we also thought the same about a Beetlejuice 2 and we’re getting both within 2024. The trailer for Borderlands: The Movie went live this morning after a few teaser photos were sent out yesterday. Here’s what such a thing looks like:
Modiphus Entertainment has opened the preorder window for two upcoming projects of theirs, suggesting they’re close to release (though an exact date was not given for either).
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