Kickoff ShowShow notes and late match additions:The Kickoff Show starts at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET. Normally, this is a two-hour long event, but it looks like WWE is going for just an hour-long preshow this year.A dual brand Battle Royal was announced for the Kickoff Show.There is also a rumor that Undertaker's final farewell during Survivor Series will somehow involve The Fiend.The Gobbledy Gooker won the 24/7 ChampionshipIt’s the BEST of the BEST!#WWERaw and #SmackDown Superstars clash in a Dual-Brand Battle Royal on the #SurvivorSeries Kickoff!https://t.co/wXqFPXDV6F … [Read more...] about WWE Survivor Series 2020 Results: The Undertaker Says Goodbye
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Warlocks’ Discard synergies received a bunch of serious buffs, but it’s the cheap Demon package from Madness at the Darkmoon Faire that made them so competitive. Man’ari Mosher and Fire Breather add some much-needed stabilization tools to the archetype, which now has a monstrous payoff in the form of Killmox, the Banished One. The trick here is to avoid cutesy plays. Apply pressure early on and never let up. Cheat free minions onto the board with your Discard synergies and use the signature treasure as the coup de grace instead of your only big threat, as it will inevitably get removed after it rushes onto the board. … [Read more...] about The best Hearthstone Duels decks and strategies for each class
In National Velvet, 12-year-old Velvet Brown trains a gelding that no one believes in, disguises herself as a boy, and rides him to a win at the Grand National Steeplechase. In The Black Stallion, teenager Alec is shipwrecked on an island with a beautiful black Arabian stallion. He slowly befriends the horse, and after they’re rescued, they compete in a championship race. In Misty of Chincoteague, the Beebe kids gain the trust of the Phantom, the pony that’s never been caught, and Paul races her on Pony Penning Day. In the latter two stories, kids are the only ones with enough patience and understanding to tame a wild animal. … [Read more...] about What makes a Horse Girl story?
That powers alone are not always enough to combat the challenges that people face in the world. If the primary word in that question is 'misconception,' I don't know if this answer is correct, but if I'm going to look at concepts that people may ascribe to the DC universe as a negative to me - I'm not saying it's a negative, but it was certainly something I wanted to try to juxtapose against reality or realities to try to hopefully make this series of books feel as seeped in reality as possible. I wanted to do that with everything, with these characters, it's much more about them as characters. Jefferson Pierce, Mal, Karen, Tatsu Yamashiro, Renee, Anissa - not Black Lightning, not Katana, and not the Thunder. Certainly, they're represented as those characters in these stories wanting to try to make these stories feel as real as humanly possible. … [Read more...] about John Ridley gives a diverse and honest look at DC in The Other History of the DC Universe
On her horse comics [Coyote Doggirl] came from watching Westerns, which I mostly watch for the horses, and most of them don’t acknowledge the horses enough. They just use them as modes of transport. So I wanted one where it really was more about the horses. And I had gone on a vacation in upstate New York with my boyfriend and we went on a little short pony ride and it just rekindled this love of horses and riding for me. So, drawing that comic was part of my way of fulfilling that need. … [Read more...] about Tuca & Bertie creator Lisa Hanawalt on achieving her horse girl dreams