I just wanted to make a quick update on the progress for my new comic story, tentatively titled Hel Hath No Fury. Read Full Article
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Wow. This is awkward. Believe me when I say that I never meant to go this many months without updating. I apologize for this. A lot’s been going on, including some things I’ve been looking forward to, some things I’ve dreaded, and some things which are a little bit of both. Read Full Article
Well, NaNoWriMo is over, my Christmas shopping is almost completed, and now it’s time for a long-overdue update to my long-neglected blog. And since it is the season to be jolly, I’ve decided to post something to fit the times.
I’ve given it some thought, and I’m going to combine two of my favorite pastimes, watching internet short films and all things Christmas. So without further ado, here are my top 12 favorite Christmas short films. These are the twelve most twisted, hilarious, and heart warming videos I’ve found on the internet. Enjoy :) Read Full Article
So, for part five on my ongoing series about the changing face of Image I’m going to discuss a series that, combined with the discovery of Chew, made me give Image a second chance. To make a horrible pun, it’s Proof that Image has more to offer than beefed-up superheroes.
Proof, written by Alex Grecian and illustrated by Riley Rossmo, is a series that was first described to me as a combination of Men in Black and X-Files, with the part of Mulder being played by a sasquatch named John “Proof” Prufrock. Read Full Article
In this bold new world of Image, there is a whole host of stories that are designed to purely entertain. However, every once in a while there is a story that also makes you think. This time I’m reviewing a book that’s one part real-world psychological drama and one part far-flung fantasy. I’m talking about Joe Kelly’s and JM Ken Niimura’s epic story, I Kill Giants. Read Full Article