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March 25, 2010

Yes, I'm Outside The Demographic, So What?

Going to be needing to see this. As soon as possible, actually, if not sooner.

Clockwork Joe

15 day rejection from PodCastle.

I'm sure I should be typing something witty & charming here, but I'm having trouble thinking of something. Clearly what I need is more caffeine. Oh, Clockwork Girl:

Mmm. Deliciousness.

March 24, 2010

Who Wants Ginger Snaps?

There's a swarm of termites in the library lounge down in the basement. And by swarm, I mean three or four hundred, occupying several square feet worth of carpet and wall, their little wings a'flapping as they crawl about, plotting their next moves. Several thoughts came to mind, simultaneously:

  • the inevitable paraphrased Simpsons quote
  • Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew.
  • "Well, my office is on the third floor, so at least it'll take 'em a while to make it up there."
The workings of my brain in a nutshell: revulsion, self-interest, and pop culture references from the early 90's.

March 22, 2010

Panels Out Of Context #7

From Tales of Suspense #93. Written by Stan Lee, drawn by Jack Kirby, inked by Joe Sinnott, and lettered by Artie Simek. Marvel, 1967.

Yes. Reality. That's the word to emphasize.

March 19, 2010

Provide Your Own Handbasket

To mark the occasion of the release of her second book, Mark of the Demon (now available at discerning book merchants everywhere), Diana Rowland is holding the Demontastic Contest to Hell. Rarely am I one to pass up a contest. And so:

(click to embiggen)

No, I didn't buy anything for the photo. Yes, we actually have all that stuff lying around the place. Yes, I'm frightened too.

March 15, 2010

Get Off My Lawn!

Didn't mean to leave a questionable picture of Jonah up there that long. The week just kinda got away from me, y'know? It was Spring Break, the weather was nice, and--

--okay, I admit it. I spent the week playing Plants vs. Zombies. And in that week, I also accumulated a couple more PodCastle rejections, and one from TTA Press.

Reading: The Spriggan Mirror, by Lawrence Watt-Evans.

March 05, 2010

Panels Out Of Context #6

From Amazing Spider-Man #623. Written by Mark Waid with Tom Peyer, drawn by Paul Azaceta, colored by Andres Mossa, and lettered by VC's Joe Caramagna. Marvel, 2010.