Posts By: Legion

Madness-in-a-can

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Encounter Critical, Kickstarter, Metamorphosis Alpha, Mutants and Death Ray Guns, Space-poc, WARBAND!.

Short version: Back The Starship Warden Kickstarter [But you’ve less than a week.] More interesting version: Per my earlier post — HERE — I’ve given quite a bit of thought to the Starship Warden as a relict and derelict megadungeon in space, a megalict if you will. In Rogue Trader terms the Warden — given… Read more »

Were they the same guy?

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Morrow Project, Space-poc.

I was recently reminded of the Georgia Guidestones so I poked around about them again. I’ve done so briefly in the past and moved on. This time though, something struck me that hadn’t before. Compare this excerpt from The Morrow Project: … with the History of the Stones. I’m pretty sure Bruce Edward Morrow was… Read more »

Death Waves

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Film.

Death Ship and Shock Waves These two pretty good movies are even better back-to-back. In fact, they’re such a great double feature they could be cut together with surprisingly little editing or imagination.

I have a theory

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Encounter Critical, Film.

  (Planet of the) Apes travel back in time from the far, far, faaaaar future to conquer pre-Apocalypse earth with their giant lizard cyaborg. We are saved by the real giant lizard and — ironically — Caesar, from whom the Ape founder took his name. Also explains the Apes’ desire to get control of the… Read more »

Multiple Santas

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Christmas!, Theirs.

Tis the season! That’s my 10th, 20th, 30th and 40th Century Santas. (10th also HERE ) They’re naturals for a teamup versus Copplestone’s Snowmen and Reaper’s Krampus. And let us not forget The Tick: [And, psst. I’m working on a 50th Century Santa. Time will tell.]

Damnation Van Die Drop!

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Encounter Critical, Space-poc.

I knocked this together *checks files* three years ago? Wow! Anyway, a few days ago I decided to finish it up and finally get it posted.     [It’ll print best if you use a US Letter Borderless paper setting. And you might want to massage the image scale so it fills the sheet and… Read more »