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  1. Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is a 2022 fantasy film directed by David Yates from a screenplay by J. K. Rowling and Steve Kloves.The sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018), it is the third instalment in the Fantastic Beasts film series and the eleventh overall in the Wizarding World franchise.

  2. Monster Island is a 2004 made-for-TV horror-comedy in the style of 1950s monster movies. [1] It stars Carmen Electra, Daniel Letterle, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Adam West, C. Ernst Harth, Chelan Simmons, Chris Harrison, Joe Macleod, Alani Vasquez, Alana Husband, Jeff Geddis, Cascy Beddow, and Nick Carter .

  3. Monster Ballads is the first in a series of compilation albums that feature a combination of many popular and lesser-known power ballads, usually from the glam metal and soft rock genres, many of which charted in the Top 10 or Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.Like Monsters of Rock, it was released in both single and 2 disc versions, which were heavily promoted by TV commercials.

  4. "Little Monster" is a song written by Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher of British rock duo Royal Blood. The song was originally recorded by the duo for release as a single, appearing on the band's second single of the same name, released by Black Mammoth Records and Warner Bros. Records on 10 February 2014. The single marked the band's first release ...

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    Dr. Kenzo Tenma is a young Japanese brain surgeon, working at Eisler Memorial Hospital in Düsseldorf, West Germany. Tenma is dissatisfied with the political bias of the hospital in treating patients, and seizes the chance to change things after a massacre brings fraternal twins Johan and Anna Liebertinto the hospital. Johan has a gunshot wound to h...

    Urasawa revealed that he pitched the idea of writing a manga about the medical field around 1986, but could tell his editor was not enjoying the idea. So he jokingly proposed a story about women's judo, and that lead to his first solo work Yawara!(1986–1993). The original idea for Monster came from the 1960s American television series The Fugitive,...

    Manga

    Written and illustrated by Naoki Urasawa, Monster was published in Big Comic Original from December 1994 to December 2001. The 162 chapters were periodically collected into 18 tankōbon volumes published by Shogakukan, the first on 30 June 1995 and the last on 28 February 2002. Monster received a nine-volume kanzenbanre-release between 30 January and 29 August 2008. Monster was licensed in North America by Viz Media, who published all 18 volumes between 21 February 2006 and 16 December 2008. T...

    Anime

    The manga series was adapted into an anime by Madhouse, which aired between 7 April 2004 and 28 September 2005 on Nippon TV. Directed by Masayuki Kojima and written by Tatsuhiko Urahata, it features original character designs by long-time Studio Ghibli animator Kitarō Kōsakawhich were adapted for the anime by Shigeru Fujita. The anime includes an instrumental theme by the Chilean folk music group Quilapayún, "Transiente", which originally appeared on their 1984 album Tralalí Tralalá. David Sy...

    Live-action adaptations

    In 2005, it was announced that New Line Cinema acquired the rights for an American live-action film adaptation of Monster. Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson (A History of Violence) was hired to write the screenplay.No new information on the film was released since. In 2013, it was revealed that Guillermo del Toro and American premium television network HBO were collaborating on a pilot for a live-action TV series based on Monster. Co-executive producer Stephen Thompson (Doctor W...

    Manga

    Monster has been critically acclaimed. It won an Excellence Prize in the Manga division at the first Japan Media Arts Festival in 1997, the 46th Shogakukan Manga Award in the General category in 2001, and Grand Prize at the 3rd Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize. YALSA placed it on their 2007 Great Graphic Novels for Teens list. Viz Media's English release was nominated several times for Eisner Awards, twice in the category Best U.S. Edition of International Material – Japan (2007 and 2009) and thre...

    Anime

    THEM Anime Reviews called the anime adaptation "complex" and "beautiful", stating that it features "sophisticated storytelling and complex plot weaving, memorable characters, godly production values and excellent pacing". Darius Washington of Otaku USA named Monster one of the ten best anime of the past decade. Carl Kimlinger enthused that "It cannot be overstated how brilliantly apart from the anime mainstream this unsettling, fiercely intelligent, and ultimately uncategorizable journey into...

    Monster official anime website at Nippon TV (in Japanese)
    Monsterofficial manga website at Viz Media
    Monster at IMDb
    Monster (manga) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  5. Monsters vs. Aliens is a 2009 American computer-animated monster comedy film produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures. [5] The film was directed by Conrad Vernon and Rob Letterman and features the voices of Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rogen, Hugh Laurie, Will Arnett, Kiefer Sutherland, Rainn Wilson, Paul Rudd, and Stephen Colbert.

  6. Monsters in the Closet debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 30,000 copies and becoming the band's best debut week. The album also charted at number 4 on Alternative Albums, number 10 on Digital Albums, number 2 on Independent Albums, and number 4 on the Rock Albums charts in the U.S. "Ghosts" charted at number 16 on the UK Independent Singles Breakers Chart, number 35 on ...