Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Six Pack #3

Added to the playlist this week:

Brazilian Girls - "Lazy Lover" (free download from C-Net)
Gus Gus - Gus Gus (free download from Gus Gus' official website)
Gus Gus - Polydistortion (free download from Gus Gus' official website)
Gus Gus - This is Normal (free download from Gus Gus' official website)
Gus Gus - Gus Gus vs. T-World (free download from Gus Gus' official website)
Gus Gus - Attention (free download from Gus Gus' official website)
Gus Gus - "Polyesterday (Thievery Corporation Remix)" (free download from Epitonic)
Gus Gus - "Polyesterday (Textural Healing)" (free download from Epitonic)
Thievery Corporation - The Outernational Sound
Thievery Corporation - "Right Angles remix" (free download from Amazon)
Zero 7 - "Destiny" (free download from Epitonic)

Six Pack #3 track listing:

1. Gus Gus - "Bambi" (This is Normal)
2. Thunderball - "Sirocco" (Ambassadors of Style)
3. Crazy Penis - "3 Play It Cool" (The Outernational Sound)
4. Gimmicks - "Ya Ma Le" (The Outernational Sound)
5. Billie Holiday - "Strange Fruit (Tricky Remix)" (Verve Remixed)
6. Gus Gus - "Gun" (Polydistortion)
(23:09)
Click here to download MP3.

Six Pack #2 may still be available here.

Monday, January 30, 2006

7th Dimension Monday

I Am Legend (Episode 6 of 9) Click here to listen.
Crushed by the death of the dog and no closer to a scientific breakthrough, Neville decides to look for answers in the past.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Bulleteer #3 Preview Up


Mile High Comics has a four page preview of BULLETEER #3.
Go here to check it out.

Meanwhile, I just bought BULLETEER #1, 2, FRANKENSTEIN #1, 2, and MISTER MIRACLE #1 on E-bay because my local comic shop was sold out. So in about two weeks I should be caught back up.

And if you missed the preview for MISTER MIRACLE #3, check it out here.

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J.H. Williams III










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Sunday, January 29, 2006

7th Dimension Sunday

The Twilight Zone: Walking Distance Click here to listen.
When Martin Sloane returns to his home town, he finds that nothing has changed and no-one recognises him - not even his parents.

Wicca (Episode 2 of 8) Click here to listen.
James Follett's tale of Pentworth, a village cut off from the world after a UFO crash, and the power struggle ensuing.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

7th Dimension Saturday

A Dream of Armageddon (Episode 1 of 2) Click here to listen.
HG Wells creates a disturbing vision of the future with a powerful anti-war message.

Jefferson 37 Click here to listen.
Eleanor Riley discovers more about the true nature of the work of Abbotsville, the clone farm.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Saturday, January 28, 2006

7th Dimension Friday

I Am Legend (Episode 5 of 10) Click here to listen.
Buoyed by his success in isolating the germ, Neville believes he must be close to a cure - but he's about to be distracted.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Friday, January 27, 2006

Nextwave #1



So let's see...

We have Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen on an all-new ongoing team book. Which doesn't have an X in the name (okay... it does, but not THE 'X') or even a cameo of Wolverine.
So you know I just had to check it out.

Especially when it gets as hyped as it did. I mean if this book flopped it was gonna FLOP!

Fortunately, it doesn't do that. The book is a solid read. Although, Immonen's simplified art style took a few pages to adjust to. But I will say it looks better on paper than on the computer.

The characters are interesting enough. It was good to see all these third stringers find a home.

I enjoyed the little bits of camp exposition that Warren put every few pages in small captions, such as-
"NEXTWAVE is a super hero comic about five people who have just minutes to prevent a town from being eaten by a giant lizard monster. In purple underpants."

Elsa Bloodstone comes off acting a lot like Grace (from THE OUTSIDERS), with a bit of a Buffy backstory. And a liking of tea.

The Captain doesn't really get to do much but fly and tell us why he's just named 'The Captain'.

Monica Rambeau (Captain Marvel/Photon) gets a bit more respect in this book than I've seen in recent years. However, the puppy scene was kinda disturbing coming from this character.

Aaron Stack (Machine Man) appears to be one of the more interesting characters as Warren plays up his Data-esque feelings toward "fleshy ones" (humans).

Tabitha Smith (Book Boom/Meltdown) might get a bit of redemption here as she's decided to go without a code-name, therefore avoiding the problem of having to come up with one that's not so bad.

And Dirk Anger (Ellis' Nick Fury joke) has a moment of attention. I wonder if he's going to end up on the regular team.

Fin Fang Foom fits right in with the story and it's played with a bit of tongue-in-cheek satire.

I didn't care much for the "Broccoli Men" or the phone that Dirk uses in the middle of the comic, however I see what Ellis is shooting for. It seems that he may be trying a bit too hard to be over the top. But it is Warren fuckin' Ellis. So why not?

Overall, it was a fun read.
It's camp. But serious. Satirical. But sincere.

It was just crazy.

I'm sure I'll be picking up #2. It'll be interesting to see if he can keep this momentum going.


NEXTWAVE Theme Song

It's like Shakespeare,
but with lots more punching.
It's like Goethe,
but with lots more crunching.
Like Titanic, but the boat's still floating.
No, it's not, the mother####ing boat is exploading!

Nextwave, Nextwave

Dirk Anger is one bad mamajama.
He leads H.A.T.E., sitting around in his pretty pink pajamas.
H.A.T.E. was formed by the Beyond Corporation.
Purposely to bring about catastrophic devastation.

Nextwave, Nextwave

Do you need a haircut?
The Beyond Corporations gonna help you out.
Do you need a toothbrush?
The Beyond Corporations got an extra one.
Do you have a stepson?
The Beyond Corporations gonna wipe him out.
Do you see a monster, or a pirate, electric emu, a giant sky rat, a midget Hitler or Pontius Pilate?
Don't call your mom or a doctor, just pick up the phone and call.

Nextwave, Nextwave

Monica- is gonna microwave your ####.
Tabby- is gonna steal all your stuff.
Aaron- is going to organize your sock drawer.
Elsa- is gonna speak with an accent.
The Captain- his name is The Captain!

Nextwave, Nextwave

Download MP3 here.

Want to see previews of the comic?
Go here!

Decisions, Decisions

So, I've decided that I'm gonna pick up a trade paperback each month. Mostly because there's so many I need to get that if I don't at least get one a month, I'll never get them all.

So far I have:

100 BULLETS VOL. 1: FIRST SHOT, LAST CALL
100 BULLETS VOL. 2: SPLIT SECOND CHANCE
100 BULLETS VOL. 3: HANG UP ON THE HANG LOW
100 BULLETS VOL. 4: A FOREGONE TOMORROW
100 BULLETS VOL. 5: THE COUNTERFIFTH DETECTIVE
100 BULLETS VOL. 6: SIX FEET UNDER THE GUN
DAREDEVIL VOL. 4: UNDERBOSS
DOOM PATROL VOL. 1: CRAWLING FROM THE WRECKAGE
JONNY DOUBLE
PROMETHEA VOL. 1
SANDMAN VOL. 1: PRELUDES & NOCTURNES
SWAMP THING VOL. 1: SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING
SWAMP THING VOL. 2: LOVE AND DEATH
SWAMP THING VOL. 3: THE CURSE
THE WATCHMEN
THE WATCHMEN SOURCEBOOK (MAYFAIR GAMES)

100 Bullets and Daredevil I've been getting in monthlies, but I'm considering switching to trades for both of them.

As for my tough decision, I had a hard time trying to choose from SWAMP THING VOL. 4, DOOM PATROL VOL. 1 or PROMETHEA VOL. 2.
I decided to go with the Doom Patrol since I already have the comics that are in the Swamp Thing trade. If ANIMAL-MAN VOL. 1 had been there, I woulda probably gone with that one, instead. Not sure.

As for Sandman, I'm more of an Alan Moore and Grant Morrison fan so Sandman's gonna be a while.

BTW, if anyone here's a Watchmen fan, I highly reccomend the Mayfair Games sourcebook. Makes a great companion to the graphic novel.

What I Got at the Comic Shop

Made my irregular trip to the comic shop yesterday and picked up the following:

SEVEN SOLDIERS: ZATANNA #4
SEVEN SOLDIERS: MISTER MIRACLE #2 & 3
ALL-STAR SUPERMAN #1 & 2
DESOLATION JONES #4 & 5
NEXTWAVE #1
DOOM PATROL VOL. 1: CRAWLING FROM THE WRECKAGE TPB

Trying to catch up on the Seven Soldiers books since I've been too busy to go to the comic shop.
Unfortunately, I also missed Desolation Jones #3.

And since this was my first trip of the year and I was picking up all of January's comics, it looks like I've trimmed my monthly comic list pretty good.
I've dropped Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps and Hawkman. Daredevil is iffy. 100 Bullets is on the backburner.

So as of this moment, my monthly list is this:

ALL-STAR SUPERMAN
DESOLATION JONES
NEXTWAVE
SEVEN SOLDIERS: BULLETEER
SEVEN SOLDIERS: FRANKENSTEIN
SEVEN SOLDIERS: MISTER MIRACLE

I'm still missing Mister Miracle #1 and the first two issues of Bulleteer and Frankenstein.

I also picked up Thievery Corporation's Outernational Sound at the record store. I'll be adding it to the playlist next week.

7th Dimension Thursday

I Am Legend (Episode 4 of 10) Click here to listen.
After several false starts, Neville resolves to take a more rigorous approach to his search for the plague's origins.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Moon Knight Returns


Moon Knight gets a new series in April.
Looks like he's been working out.

Honestly, it appears to me to be the best Moon Knight art since the '86 mini-series. Unless you count the short-lived Marvel Knights series that featured art by Eduardo Barreto.

Go here for more info.

7th Dimension Tuesday

I Am Legend (Episode 2 of 10) Click here to listen.
On a pilgrimage to his wife's tomb, Robert Neville discovers that vampires have been using it as a lair.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Gus Gus Online

Gus Gus has their albums all available online FOR FREE!!!

Go to their website and click "audio".

Includes Gus Gus, Polydistortion, This is Normal, Gus Gus vs T-World and Attention.

Needless to say, they'll be added to my playlist next week.

Six Pack #2

Well, here's the second Six Pack.

Added to the playlist this week:

The Karminsky Experience, Inc. - "Exploration" (free download from C-Net)
Sofa Surfers - "Can I Get A Witness" (free download from C-Net)

Six Pack #2 track listing:

1. Billie Holiday - "Yesterdays (Junior Boys Remix)" (Verve Remixed 3)
2. Thunderball - "Sid's Mellow Trip" (Ambassadors of Style)
3. Thunderball - "Selector" (Ambassadors of Style)
4. Sarah Vaughan - "Whatever Lola Wants (Golden Project Remix)" (Verve Remixed 2)
5. The Karminsky Experience, Inc. - "Exploration" (free download from C-Net)
6. Thievery Corporation - "Assault on Babylon" (Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi)
(25:08)
Click here to download MP3.

Six Pack #1 is still available here.

Marvel Likes Seven Soldiers!

So Marvel's grabbed Ryan Sook (Zatanna) for X-Factor (which he's now off of, btw), Pascal Ferry (the original artist for Mister Miracle)(who seems to only be doing covers) and now they've gotten Yanick Panquette (Bulleteer) to sign an exclusive contract.

Good to see that DC kept Simone Bianchi (Shining Knight), even if it's just for covers.

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Pascal Ferry










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It's Like A Podcast... But Not Quite..

I just finished mixing Six Pack #2. I'll be posting it later today as I'm about to head for bed now.

I've decided that Tuesdays will be the day I'll be putting these up since I'm generally off on that day each week.

I haven't had any feedback on the first mix so I'm not sure if anyone liked it or not but I'm hoping someone somewhere has found it enjoyable.

While I won't be taking requests, I will be open to suggestions if anybody knows of a band or song that would fit the style of music that I'm spotlighting. And if you're an independent artist making music similar to the kind that's in my playlist feel free to send me a link to a song if you'd like me to add it. Just be sure to put "six pack" or "replicants" somewhere in the subject line so it won't get deleted.

That's all for now. Expect Six Pack #2 around 1PM EST.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

7th Dimension Sunday

The Twilight Zone: The Obsolete Man Click here to listen.
A librarian scheduled for 'obsolescence' finds a way to avenge himself on the Chancellor who sentenced him.

Wicca (Episode 1 of 8) Click here to listen.
Nigel Anthony reads from the second book in James Follett's sci-fi trilogy, The Silent Vulcan.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

7th Dimension Saturday

The New Accelerator Click here to listen.
In the name of science, HG Wells agrees to sample a new drug designed to speed up both body and mind.

Jefferson 37 Click here to listen.
Marketing expert Eleanor visits Abbotsville, where clones are created purely for organ replacement. But are they really inhuman?

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Eye Candy

Darwyn Cooke










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Six Pack Redux

I just uploaded a new version of this week's Six Pack. I was a little too lazy on the first go and didn't bother to mix the tracks together.

This one's much better, in my opinion. If you want to, compare the two and tell me what you think of the new one.

Track listing:

1. Ella Fitzgerald - "Slap That Bass (Miguel Migs Petalpusher Mix)" (Verve Remixed 2)
2. Nina Simone - "Sinnerman (Felix da Housecat's Heavenly House Mix)" (Verve Remixed 2)
3. Tony Scott - "Hare Krishna (King Britt's Funke Mix)" (Verve Remixed)
4. Thievery Corporation - "Air Batucada" (The Mirror Conspiracy)
5. Ursula 1000 - "Hip Length" (The Now Sound of Ursula 1000)
6. Thunderball - "Scorpio Rising" (Scorpio Rising)
(28:47)
Click here to download MP3.

Friday, January 20, 2006

7th Dimension Friday

Summertime on Icarus Click here to listen.
A space adventure by Sci-Fi Master, Arthur C. Clarke. It's dawn and an engineer is stranded on an asteroid too close to the sun.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

The Music Web

I did some searching and found some more 18th Street Lounge music floating about in the blogverse.

Here's what I found through The Hype Machine:

Thievery Cooperation
Live at the Breezeblock (via totally fuzzy)
Dc 3000 (via a best truth)
heaven's gonna burn your eyes
all that we perceive
exile (all via tmwsiy*)
until the morning comes (kid loco rmx) (via mookamotel)
Warning Shots (via Feel Me Good Tunes)

Chris Joss
The Gnomes (via Scenestars)

Also, be sure to check out the official websites for 18th Street Lounge, Thievery Corporation, Ursula 1000, Thunderball and Chris Joss.

Some Handy PSP Info

The folks over at PSP Updates has revealed how to reach (and keep) a level 4 brightness on your PSP. I thought there was only three levels, myself.

Here's what they say:

Brightness Level 4 is bright… but we need the power adapter plugged to keep it. The problem is obvious - we can’t drag the damn power cord everywhere.

The problem is over now. We are glad to share a very handy method for keeping your PSP locked on Level 4 Brightness, without any messy process.

1, Plug your power cord.
2, Adjust your brightness to Level 4.
3, Start a UMD game/homebrew.
4, When the program launch video is being played (the one with green balls flashed and PSP text in the middle of the screen), make sure you unplug the power cord from the PSP when the launch sound effect is over. You will notice that the brightness didn’t fall down to level 3.

And now, your screen brightness is locked at Level 4! You can suspend and resume the PSP, turn it off and back on, or even turn the screen off by pressing and holding the brightness button until the screen is turned off, and none of the actions above will make your PSP lose Level 4 brightness!!! The power saving screen shutting off function will not change the brightness too.

The only way to go back to brightness level 3, is to adjust it manually by pressing the brightness button.

We should say, this is a very handy way to keep the brightness on-the-go. Level 3 is not enough for some videos sometimes. The only thing you need to make sure is not to touch the brightness button until necessary.


Neato mosquito!

Eye Candy

Gabriele Dell'Otto










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Coming Up on 7th Dimension

Jefferson 37
Saturdays. A new four-part science-fiction serial specially commissioned for BBC 7. It's a gripping thriller, set in the near future, and explores the idea of clones being created specifically to provide body parts to those who can afford it. Written by Jenny Stephens and directed by Peter Leslie Wild, it stars David Birrell, Alison Carney, Oliver Hembrough and Dharmesh Patel. A must for 7th Dimension fans who I know really enjoy new sci-fi on the Network.

I am Legend
Weekdays. Richard Matheson's 1954 novel, is another new BBC 7 commission. Taking place in New York, it's a tale of vampires and a man immune to the plague that has decimated most of the population. Scott Stainton Miller's nine-part adaptation is read by Angus McInnes and produced in Scotland by Eilidh McCreadie.

7th Dimension Thursday

Perelandra (Episode 18 of 18) Click here to listen.
Ransom says farewell to Perelandra and returns to Earth.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Thursday, January 19, 2006

New Music Experiences

After a small break, I present you with a new Six Pack.

This one delves into the music I'm listening to now.

Basically, what I've done is taken a selection of my cds and put them in a playlist, set it on random and recorded the first six that played. If an artist or album appeared more than twice, I scrapped it and started over.

The current playlist includes:

Blue States - Man Mountain
Chris Joss - "Discotheque Dancing" (free download from C-Net)
Farid - Crowd Control
Farid - Dealer's Choice
Federico Aubele - "Diario de Viaje" (free download from C-Net)
Thievery Corporation - Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi
Thievery Corporation - The Mirror Conspiracy
Thievery Corporation - Cosmic Game
Thievery Corporation - "Warning Shots (Vinyl Version)" (free download from C-Net)
Thunderball - Ambassadors of Style
Thunderball - Scorpio Rising
Ursula 1000 - The Now Sound of Ursula 1000
Ursula 1000 - "Kinda' Kinky" (free download from Ursula 1000's official website)
Ursula 1000 - "Samba 1000" (free download from Ursula 1000's official website)
Ursula 1000 - "Boogaloop" (free download from C-Net)
Various Artists - Verve Remixed
Various Artists - Verve Remixed 2
Various Artists - Verve Remixed 3

So, with that out of the way, here's this week's Six Pack:

1. Ella Fitzgerald - "Slap That Bass (Miguel Migs Petalpusher Mix)" (Verve Remixed 2)
2. Nina Simone - "Sinnerman (Felix da Housecat's Heavenly House Mix)" (Verve Remixed 2)
3. Tony Scott - "Hare Krishna (King Britt's Funke Mix)" (Verve Remixed)
4. Thievery Corporation - "Air Batucada" (The Mirror Conspiracy)
5. Ursula 1000 - "Hip Length" (The Now Sound of Ursula 1000)
6. Thunderball - "Scorpio Rising" (Scorpio Rising)
(30:48)

Click here to download MP3.
The link will be available for a limited time. Enjoy.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Mad Mad Movie Index

Making a list of the movies I've seen, in alphabetical order, seems like the perfect way to keep from accidently viewing a film twice. And it also helps me determine what films are in my collection and what I need to acquire.

So, here are the movies I've watched so far (with info):


The Amazing Transparent Man
(1960)
Crazed ex-military officer Paul Krenner has dreams of world domination when he forces unwilling scientist Peter Ulof to do his bidding. Ulof must develop a process to induce invisibility through atomic-radiation. With this in his armory, Krenner plans to create an invisible military force and sell it to the highest bidder. They break safecracker Joey Faust out of jail and make him invisible so that he can steal more radium. The events take an unexpected turn. Starring Maguerite Chapman.
(57 mins)
View online.


Atom Age Vampire
(1960)
A deranged scientific genius invents a breakthrough treatment to restore the beauty of a stripper who has been tragically mutilated in a car crash. When he falls in love with his patient, he must maintain her treatment by using the glands of women he has murdered. In the process he is transformed into a hideous creature. Inevitably, a noose tightens around him as the police and the stripper's boyfriend begin to ask uncomfortable questions. Starring Alberto Lupo.
(1 hr 26 mins)
View online.


The Atomic Brain (aka Monstrosity)
(1964)
Atomic power has somehow been harnessed to enable the transplanting of human brains. An aging and unscupulous matron hires two beautiful and desirable foreign domestics, planning to use one of them as a host for her evil brain. Starring Bradford Dillman.
(1 hr 5 mins)



Carnival of Souls
(1962)
Mary Henry's life is turned upside down when a pleasant day trip with two friends turns sour after they accept a challenge to drag race and their car is forced off a bridge. The car sinks into the murky depths, and all three women are assumed drowned. Some time later, to everyone's amazement, Mary emerges unscathed from the river. Trying to get a new start as a church organist, Mary finds herself haunted by a ghostly figure that arouses fear and dread in the tormented young woman. Starring Candace Hilligoss.
(1 hr 23 mins)
View online.


Creature from the Haunted Sea
(1961)
When a Carribean island is engulfed by a revolution, an unscrupulous American mobster, Renzo Capeto plans to clean up with a get-rich-quick scheme. His diaboloical plan is to provide refuge to the loyalists, and the contents of the government coffers, on his boat. He would then murder his passengers and escape with a fortune. Planning to blame their deaths on a mythical sea monster, no one is more surprised than Renzo, when the real monster appears with its own agenda. Starring Robert Towne.
(1 hr 14 mins)
View online.


The Incredible Petrified World
(1957)
When a diving bell goes missing along with its crew of four, their expedition gives up hope of finding them alive. However, the missing vehicle has become trapped in a labyrinth of underwater caverns. After exiting their craft, the foursome encounters a survivor from a shipwreck who informs them that there is no escape from their underwater tomb. Our intrepid explorers cleverly trace the flow of oxygen to a volcanic vent and a possible escape route. Starring John Carradine.
(1 hr 3 mins)



Nightmare Castle
(1965)
When a brutal count finds that his wife has been unfaithful, he tortures her and her lover and puts them to death, removing their hearts from their bodies in retribution. Time passes, and he remarries a beautiful and unsuspecting young woman. Soon she is experiencing horrendous dreams and apparitions. It becomes apparent that the spirits of slain lovers have returned to exact their bloody revenge. Starring Barbara Steele
(1 hr 19 mins)
View online.


Queen of the Amazons
(1947)
Join us on a woman's thrill-packed expedition in search of Greg, the love of her life who seems to be lost in the African jungle. Unfortunately her guide, Gary, sees her and all women, as dead weight on such a trip. Despite this, he agrees to help her while searching for ivory poachers. In the course of their journey they must face an imminent danger from man-eating lions and a plague of locusts. Eventually they encounter a lost tribe of Amazon warriors. Is Greg held captive by a desirable White Goddess or is he there of his own free will? Starring Patricia Morison.
(1 hr)



The Robot Monster
(1953)
Meet the Robot Monster, dispatched to our planet to scope out the landscape for a forthcoming alien invasion. The Great One has instructed him to collect human specimens to assess their weaknesses, and in doing so, a bemused Robot Monster becomes very confused. Starring George Nader.
(1 hr 2 mins)



She Gods of Shark Reef
(1958)
Filmed in Hawaii, this tale features an escaped prisoner and his brother who become shipwrecked on an island paradise. The land is filled with delectable native women who fill their time enacting strange rituals, and diving in the ocean for pearls. When one of the women is selected by her peers to be sacrificed to the sharks, the good brother who has fallen for her charms, rescues her and they escape to civilization. The convict brother stays behind and attempts to steal the pearls, instead becoming the designated sacrifice. Starring Bill Cord.
(1 hr 3 mins)
View online.

I'll be updating this regularly, adding the latest watched films to the list.
Note: This replaces my old index as I've combined the list with movie info and posters, as well as online viewing links.

7th Dimension Wednesday

Perelandra (Episode 17 of 18) Click here to listen.
The King and Queen of Perelandra appear to praise Ransom for defending their planet from evil.

This week's schedule.
BBC 7

Watch Mad Movies Online

You, too, can watch some of the Mad Mad Movies I'm watching.
Here's a few of this week's films that you can view online:

Carnival of Souls
Atom Age Vampire
Creature from the Haunted Sea
Nightmare Castle
She Gods of Shark Reef
The Amazing Transparent Man


All courtesy of the Internet Archive.

Seven Soldiers Update


I just went and updated the Seven Soldiers index. It now includes the covers for all the issues (including both covers for Mister Miracle #3) as well as the original solicits.

Apologies

I'm starting to work on a couple new comics and I won't be posting here as much as I usually do.

I plan on making one comic as a mini, much like the first two issues of 'Nuther World Comics.
The other will be my attempt at a PSP formatted comic.
We'll see how it turns out.

Meanwhile, the Eye Candy and 7th Dimension posts will continue, as will my Mad Mad Movie Marathon schedule.

And I may jump in here every now and then if something makes me go hmmmmmmm.

Eye Candy

Daniel Acuña










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