Monday, March 31, 2008


Okay,'s a Cthulu Cake, but the message is still the same.

I found it on Boing Boing:

Creepy CG Girl

I'm not really sure what to say about this one.

She's evidently totally CG, and animated in FLASH.

When SkyNet does go online, I hope it doesn't choose this chick as it's avatar.



One of my favorite shirts from THREADLESS has been reprinted this week.

It's called "Loch Ness Imposter."

For those of you who don't know about, it's a t-shirt website where all of the designs are submitted by users. They release between 6-8 new t-shirts every week, and they are only printed in limited runs, so they sell-out fast.

I have many times had to put my t-shirt buying in check so that I could afford things like Xmas and Cocaine.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Righteous KILL!

I thought HEAT was good.

This looks AWESOME.

I sat in the theater, rocking back and forth in my chair...never wanting the Trailer to end! The idea of DeNiro AND Pacino playing cop partners...that's the police force I'd wanna work on. Hell, just give them all the cases! How could you not catch every badguy out there with those two guys workin' the streets?

PS: Carla Gugino.

Sunday, March 23, 2008


One of the only things I enjoyed about Pirates of the Caribbean part 2 was the fact that about every half hour, Davy Jones would shout out, "Summon the Kraken!"

I was like...I have need to do that about once a day! And it's usually at times like:

1. Sitting in traffic behind someone who's looking for an address

2. Listening to someone explain to you how to do your job...incorrectly

3. Having to read someone's screenplay when it's full of descriptions like, "...and then he holds the gun GANGSTA style!"

4. Getting the same MySpace Bulletin from the same person via his 5 different profiles

5. Ordering Ice-Tea without being told it's Passion Fruit

6. When people bring their Dogs into work

7. When I'm watching JUMPER

And I wanna SUMMON THE KRAKEN, because really...what better way is there to to destroy everything in sight? So for's the next, and possibly, most important of our game-cards.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


So what the hell is GET KRAKEN all about?

It's about GUNS and RESPECT!

Okay, it's not about that.

I love the title because it seems to say "Quit Fuckin' around," while at the same time, battling a giant octopus.

Which pretty much sums-up the human condition, I think.

Sunday, March 16, 2008


So I just picked-up this sweet book at Wizard World called "Visions of Bloodrayne." It collects the cover artwork from all the various Bloodrayne comics. This is awesome for 2 reasons.

1. I LOVE Bloodrayne.

2. The Covers were the ONLY good thing about the comic.

It may be unfair for me to make that second comment since I've only read about 3 or 4 issues, but they were DREADFULLY written. It confounds me how such a great character from such an awesome game can REPEATEDLY be 100% marginalized in every other form of media she appears in.

The big win, however, was this cover:

That's right...she's fighting a KRAKEN.


Tuesday, March 11, 2008

In Memory of Gygax...

Bill will be happy to know that I've gotten several pages written this evening...but instead of talking about that, I thought we'd start off with an image.

Last week, we lost Gary Gygax...creator of Dungeons & Dragons. I'm still just coming to terms with how much his influence is felt in this world of pop-culture that we play and work in, and I'm realizing more and more just how much of my creative process I can trace back to that game.

In honor of Gary's memory, and to inaugurate the new Blog, I though I'd post a custom Game-card in the tradition of the Games that this man gave us.

The model is Susan. And this game is Kraken!

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Who Needs a Movie?

Every once in awhile you come across a video that completely keys-in to the Spirit of the Indie filmmaker. I have to thank Craig for this reminder of what it is that we're all working so hard toward.

Friday, March 7, 2008

The BLOG Returns!

Since both of my dedicated readers have asked that this not be the end of the Blog, I have decided to extend it.

This is my Second FIST Post!

My FIST Post!

I love the fact that a good friend of mine, when starting his new Blog, instead of writing "This is my First Post," he got a little dyslexic and wrote "This Si my Fist Post!"


So this is MY Fist Post!

And my Last.

Thanks for stoppin' by!