Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Some Interesting Pics

One of my favorite comics ad from the 1980's. It was in the X-Men comics. I remembering seeing this in ads in comics and on my comic shop's walls. I recently found it online and made it into my own print.

The above image is from the TV show The Sarah Connor Chronicles. It wasn't all that great, but okay to watch. It continued the adventures from the AWESOME Terminator movies. The lion eating the Terminator is apparently a symbol of the Resistance.

For some reason, I love these little minion guys from the animated flick Despicable Me. They crack me up. I will dub them shmahegonees.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Sum Sum Summertime

Well, it's Summertime again. How do I know this? Because the Fireworks tent down the street from where I work has gone up again. One day, I want to shoot a flare gun into that tent when nobody's around. Y'know, so nobody gets burned.


Visited the NYC last week to visit my friend Riot Kitty. A great time was had by all. Went to Jim Hanley's Universe, an awesome comic book shop near the Empire State Building. I know it was near the Empire State Building because every tour group in hell wanted us to jump on their bus and join the tour. After a while, we just said we lived in NYC and they shut up. Good times. Saw Strawberry Fields with John Lennon's Imagine thingee and somebody put a piece of fruit in the middle of it. Huh.

Saw the new movie The A-Team last week. It looked good in all the trailers, and didn't scare me off like those suits in GI Joe or ebonic-speaking Transformers. I grew up in the '80's and worshipped Mr. T. This movie didn't disappoint. It was a fun movie, not meant to be taken too seriously. In it, the A-Team are Army Rangers performing missions in Iraq for the past 8 years. They are framed for a massive money counterfeiting scheme/robbery by a bunch of private military mercenaries and a CIA operative. They're portrayed as serious soldiers who like to party hard and look after each other. Like I said, a really fun movie.

Found this online. It's from one of my favorite movies of all time, Fanboys. It's the comic book Eric Botler creates when they get back from the epic journey to steal Star Wars Episode I from the Lucasfilm Ranch.

Oh, and I was inspired to create this little image by watching some episodes of Firefly. I've only played Guitar Hero a few times, but I'm addicted each time. Blue Sun was a company on the show.

Monday, June 7, 2010

I hope to win free prints

I hope I'm eligible to win these!!! From FroDesigns! Hook me up!!

Greatest Dumb Idea Ever!

Also, I'm reading the new Firefly book, and wondering why the damn show got cancelled in the first place!
And speaking of Joss Whedon, you need to check out the incredible art of Season 8: HERE!