... by Garbage (w/ Tricky on b/u vox).Live performance from 1996. Love me some Shirley Manson.G'night, children. Tomorrow will be better. I promise.
Bleeding Cool’s Rich Johnston is reporting on the rumor (leak?) that DC Comics will, in September, be essentially rebooting their entire comics line (DC Universe titles that is; naturally the mature readers/creator-owned line under the Vertigo imprint will be exempt from this). I think this radical move is brilliant and much needed. Especially if you … Continue reading Rumor: DC Comics’ Issue One Renumbering – A Complete Reboot?
A few months ago while perusing the Mulholland Books website (the suspense fiction imprint of Little, Brown and Company and publisher of notable authors such as Lawrence Block, Joe R. Lansdale, Charlie Huston, Greg Rucka and soon, Warren Ellis), I stumbled across the short fiction blog that they also publish, called POPCORN FICTION, featuring cutting edge fiction that's mostly … Continue reading Website: Popcorn Fiction (Mulholland Books)
...by Portishead from Dummy (1994)G'night, all. Sleep well tonight. And those of you who are free, never take it for granted.
Travis Charest [shuh-ray] is one of the greatest, most unique illustrators and draftsmen of the modern comics era. It's a damn shame that he is not turning out regular work today. In fact, he's been virtually 'inactive' for the better part of a decade. Although recently he has returned in a limited capacity doing covers, but very few interior … Continue reading Artist: Travis Charest – One of the Most Unique
Coming in June to this Program: - Brandon Rucker Interview: Yeah I know, I've been saying an interview (or two) has been coming for months now, but the persons who were conducting those have flaked out. The one coming next month is actually finished and is a part of a periodical newsletter and a promotional initiative … Continue reading Programming Note: June Additions to the Program
The Stage......The Studio......The Band LifeHell, it's a good thing I don't have pics and vids of my band days from the pre-digital age. Then I'd probably be in tears.