Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Awesome Art

The first in a series showcasing some amazing art by different artists.
First up is Jo Chen, cover artist for the Buffy, The Vampire Slayer Comic Book.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Ninja Cat

This has been on the 'net for a while, but I'm just getting around to posting it here. The video is pretty much self explanitory, as is the title of the post.
It's cute though!

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Comic Art Comparison # 8

Pencils by: Alex Milne
Inks: Unknown
Colors: Unknown

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Who Is this # 1?

Does anyone recgonize this young actor?

Hint: He was/is an actor, who starred in a very big movie in the 90's....

Answer will be given in another post.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Who Watches the Watchmen? We Will FINALLY

It looks as if the "Watchman" movie drama is over! On AOL today, the story goes:

The 'Watchmen' Studio Drama Is Over
PopEater / Wire Services
posted: 4 HOURS 10 MINUTES AGO
comments: 3
filed under: Movie News

LOS ANGELES (Jan. 16) - Fear not, superhero brethren: 'The Watchmen' will be coming to a theater near you very soon. Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox settled their nearly yearlong dispute over the movie on Thursday, meaning the film will be released on its intended date, March 6.
The exact terms of the agreement were not disclosed and will remain confidential.

The release date had been in doubt for months as each studio's attorneys grappled for an upper hand. Fox contended that Warner Bros. shot the film knowing that it didn't have all the adequate rights; Warner Bros. countered that Fox had lost its rights in the graphic novel and was owed nothing more than a right of first refusal.
At stake was a movie that has stoked the excitement of "Watchmen" fans and that Warner Bros. claims cost it $150 million to film and market.
Until recently, the studios appeared to be in a stalemate as protracted as the Cold War backdrop of the film's source material. But a Christmas Eve ruling by U.S. District Judge Gary Allen Feess found that Fox did have at least a distribution stake in the film.
Within days of that ruling, Warner Bros. and Fox were in serious settlement negotiations.
Attorneys were scheduled to update Feess on the settlement Friday morning.
While the studios agreed on little throughout the case, the statement released Thursday sought to end months of acrimony.

"Warner Bros. and Fox, like all 'Watchmen' fans, look forward with great anticipation to this film's March 6 release in theaters," the statement said.
As part of the agreement, both sides acknowledged the others were acting in "good faith," although Warner Bros. conceded Fox notified it of its rights before filming began.
Fox acquired movie rights to "Watchmen," a graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, in the 1980s.
The project has had a tortured course to the big screen, with Warner Bros. having to resolve issues with other studios that had considered making the film.
The various agreements led Feess to declare during one hearing that the case was "very complex, convoluted."
The same could be said for "Watchmen," which features a complex story line set in an alternate-history United States and characters with names such as Rorschach and Ozymandias.
"Watchmen" has generated considerable buzz, in part because of the threat that the film's release would be delayed or blocked. But the attention is also because its director, Zack Snyder, helped turn another graphic novel, "300," into a blockbuster.
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2009-01-16 07:35:02


This week's Flashback is by one of the greatest hip-hop groups of all time. Formed in the early 80's, they released their debut album, Run D.M.C. , in 1984.
The record received rave reviews, and the rest is history!

This week's song is It's Tricky, is off of the album, Raising Hell, which was released in 1986.

Discover Run-D.M.C.!

*Interesting Note*:
The song heavily samples The Knacks song "My Sharona".

**Interesting Note # 2**:
It's Tricky has been featured in shows and movies such as "Dancing with the Stars", and "Road Trip".

Thursday, January 15, 2009

The New Celebrity Apprentice Cast

The new cast was announced for the new season of Celebrity Apprentice.

Here is the list of the cast, in no particular order...

Country Music Singer Clint Black,

TV Personality Khloe Kardashian,

Actress Brande Roderick,

Olympic Figure Skating Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton,

Singer Brian McKnight,

Comedian Tom Green,

Former Football Star Herschel Walker,

Poker Champion Annie Duke.

Also included are:

Professional Golfer Natalie Gulbis,

"Deal or No Deal" Model Claudia Jordan,

Singer Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins,

TV Personality & Custom Bike Builder Jesse James,

TV Personality Joan Rivers,

TV Persoanlity Melissa Rivers,

Former Basketball Star Dennis Rodman,

and Comedian Andrew Dice Clay.

While I get the pattern of casting particular people based on last season, some of the choices for cast members makes me scratch my head...

New Year, New Look!

I thought I would change it up a little bit for the new year.
I think I may change it periodically throughout the year.
Who knows?

Friday, January 9, 2009


Sorry, I haven't had the time to sit down & update this blog for the new year, but rest assured it's coming!

I'm going to try to map it all out this weekend. I have a lot of info to put on here. More stories, More art, More stuff....

Fun Times in '09!