Sunday, March 27, 2011

Wonder Twins Power Activate!!


Man, I've been posting a lot of random pics lately! Here's Alex Ross' version of the Wonder Twins. It was done a few years back in the now-defunct Wizard Magazine (Boooo! for the cancellation of this awesome mag) as an April Fools Joke. It was supposed to be an advertisment/sneak peek of Ross' new oversized comics (he did one for Superman and Batman). The focus was on the Wonder Twins and them trying to solve the world's draught problem. Gleek suffers from not enough water and goes rabid....


Obviously, Alex Ross is my top favorite artist!! Maybe I'll go into Philly and see his show in the Andy Warhol Museum.....




Thursday, March 24, 2011

A Gift Real Special



Even though it's not the holidays, my birthday just passed, so it's an official holiday to me!

Now you'll have it stuck in your head like I do: Dick in a Box!!!


Just rented a bunch of videos like Jonah Hex and Inception. Hopefully seeing SuckerPunch this Monday!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

A-Licky-Boom-Boom-Down



So, thanks for the added traffic to the ol' blog here, people!! By the way, the above tattoo is a railroad spike through the Angel Investigations logo from the Buffy spin-off Angel. It's actually described in the graphic novel Spike: Shadow Puppets.


Wanted to let you know I added some new songs to my portable 8-track known as an iPod.


3 Old School Beastie Boys tracks, previously unreleased


Snow's Informer. I used to like that song back in high school, probably hasn't stood the test of time, but maybe Snow needs a new pool or something!!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Destroy All Robots


Let's see here, I see R2D2, C3PO, Robocop, Bender from Futurama, Rosie from the Jetsons, Vincent from The Black Hole, Number 5 from Short Circuit, and Robbie the Robot.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Back (kinda) from the Dead (kinda)

I realized I don't keep with this new-fangled bloggy-thingy as much as I should. As a front-runner in the Mayoral race for President, I promise to do better.

So, The Mechanic sucked. It didn't move fast enough, and the action scenes were really few and far between, plus didn't really provide enough action anyways--a little predictable and yawn-inspiring. Usually Jason Statham is a great action star, but this wasn't his role. I hope to see Sucker-Punch for my birfday when it comes out. Looks like a really trippy dream-sequence, and the director Zack Snyder does that kind of stuff well.


I found this Lost-inspired picture online, and I thought it was by Mike Mignola, who created Hellboy. Apparently, it looks like it was just influenced by him. Done by a guy named Thomas Kovach.