Saturday, March 17, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
GEEKS OF DOOM recommends we take a gander at Hanie Mohd's version of Wonder Woman
I've said this before, but Project: Rooftop is a site that you need to add to your RSS readers. It's consistently one of the best places to check out fan redesigns on popular, and sometimes unpopular, characters from comic books, and Wednesday's installment of Wonder Woman from Hanie Mohd is no different...
75 years ago HP Lovecraft died... but what he created will live on forever... scary huh?
Thanks to LOVECRAFTeZine for reminding me. Here is what they had to say;
H.P. Lovecraft died 75 years ago today. His obituary follows (hat tip to Unspeakable Gibberer). In the comments below, let us know what Lovecraft and his themes mean to you, tell us what Lovecraftian-themed book you've read lately, or just say whatever you would like. For my part, I'd just like to say thanks. Thanks, HPL, for being true to yourself...
Why not stop by LOVECRAFTeZine and leave a comment?
Click here to check out HP PODCRAFT's reading of THE CALL OF CTHULHU
by Fallen Raziel
From my favorite Lovecraft film OUT OF MIND
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
CRACKED PRESENTS: 6 Horrifying Implications of the Harry Potter Universe
We have a feeling that Harry Potter is never going away, in the sense that franchises like Batman and Star Wars never went away (and Star Wars never got its own amusement park). And why not? It's the perfect storm of wonder, charm and innocent, family-friendly adventure that everyone can enjoy. Which is why we love talking about how pants-crappingly terrifying that whole universe is. For instance ...
click here to read the rest. (and I would love to see books set in this part of JK Rowlings' world)
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
A musical interlulde double feature! SING IT Shakespeare's Sister!
I loved the Hell out of this album, I lost my copy of it when I moved to North Carolina and apparently it isn't in iTunes. I gotta track it down.
(Insane News) Italian village declares dying illegal.
Since the start of the month it has been illegal to die in Falciano del Massico, a village of 3,700 people some 50 kilometers (30 miles) from Naples in southern Italy.
Mayor Giulio Cesare Fava issued the tongue-in-cheek decree because the village has no cemetery and it is feuding with a nearby town that has one — creating a logistical problem about what to do with the deceased.
The mayor told newspapers that villagers are content.
"The ordinance has brought happiness," he was quoted Tuesday as saying. "Unfortunately, two elderly citizens disobeyed."
article from the WASHINGTON POST