Continuing the 41-year cycle, what’s next?: I’m a huge fan of ’38. Go HERE And I’m a big fan of ’79. Go HERE What does 2020 have in store I wonder? Something along the lines of this: Or (or maybe and) this: Though I guess if you want to be cautious you could… Read more »
Very cool. Check it out! I owe Tabletop Minions thanks for putting me onto it. He’s cool too and you should check him out as well.
Do it. Do it now! Don and Hillary hit the Apocalypse. Less than a day to go. Get on it!
DO IT! NOW! Mutant Mayhem Mutant Crawl Figs Kickstarter If you don’t want Spider-Goats I don’t wanna know you.
This guy gets it. That’s the back cover of Dragon 20, November ’78. “Star chicks” Awesome!
This post was inspired by this one over on the amazing Atomic Rockets. I’m going to talk about two of my favourite things, science fiction and drinking establishments. Or as I like to call it Science Drinking. Under the subheading Star-Town I discovered the first of these covers: It looked cool so I went digging… Read more »
These are two of the greatest things on the interwebs: Encounter This! and Atomic Rockets I pray to Lord Kramdar they never lapse.
Two of my favourite movie lead title sequences are the openings of Godzilla and Wing Commander. So, naturally … Godzilla is longer, but there is some fun synergy between them. Like this: Yep, that happened simultaneously. But my favourite coincidence between the two films is: They both have non-French-born (Morocco and Turkey, respectively) French actors… Read more »
I finally found this fig after a decade!: Yep. Ten years. That’s a Griffin Miniatures — they pub’d Harbinger Magazine — Harbinger of Vengeance. Truth be told, I’m pretty sure I missed the magazine completely. Apparently Harbinger Magazine used to give you a fig with every — or every other(?) — issue. I learned about… Read more »
That’s William Gibson in the film “No Maps for These Territories” discussing the nation-killing nature of the interweb. Speaking of “the people who ordered those mainframes connected,” I recommend the book “Where Wizards Stay Up Late.” It’s a good intro history of how the magnificent bastard did come into existence. Oh and speaking of the… Read more »