Monthly Archives: June 2010
• READ: Mark Millar’s writing a sequel to the post-apocalyptic Wolverine tale “Old Man Logan” On his Millarworld forums, Mark Millar recently announced that he’s plotted out a sequel to “Old Man Logan,” his best-selling Wolverine arc that featured a geriatric Logan and Hawkeye cruising in the Spider Buggy, a symbiote-clad T-Rex, and inbred Hulks. [...]
Darker! Grittier! Awesomer!!! The first season ended on a hell of a cliffie and I think we all know that he’s about to lose his kid at some point in the upcoming episode, if that last shot of TJ is anything to go by. After all that Young has lost already, and especially given how [...]
So, after my huge writing fail post, I left this comment as a reply on facebook and it made me think even more about whether a fail is really a bad thing: For me, the outline isn;t set in stone so much as it’s a safety net, a map scribbled on a cocktail napkin. There [...]
13 of science fiction’s baddest convicts RICHARD P. RIDDICK IMPRISONED FOR: Kidnapping and murder Vin Diesel in Pitch Black, The Chronicles of Riddick Strong like bull, crazy like fox, Riddick was so much more effective as a screen presence when we didn’t know much about him — other than that he was the only passenger [...]
There’s nothing quite like a failure, is there? Fortunately, this is one of those good sorts of failures, where you walk away having learned something and not one of those OMFG kind of failures. This one is about my writing. Yes, yes, I’m still writing, have no fear. I’ve just had a bit of a [...]
Thanks to Ayabie! Earth: Company Headquarters Rubber-soled shoes padded softly outside his office door. Nothing moved on the top floor that he didn’t know about. In part this was due to the security measures that his predecessor Bishop had left in place but he was not content to leave it at that.
Why is this promo so short? It’s making me insane after the season finale last night and I don’t know how I will manage to keep my wits about me while I wait for the next season to start in the fall. It does make me happy in a few ways – mostly that the [...]