Remember the badass Game of Thrones dragon shadow ad that appeared in the New York Times, on the side of buildings and busses, etc? Well, in a way (a big way) this almost trumps that. While it’s not accessible to everyone (it’s in Dorset, UK) like the NYT ad was, it’s nonetheless impressive. Created by
Mashable does these awesome infographic based breakdowns of how much it would cost in today’s world to be a superhero. Well, they’ve just done one on Superman and it’s probably my favorite one to date. Take a look:
Ok, get ready movie nerds (ahem). Scream Factory unveiled the Blu-Ray box cover art for their upcoming release of Night of the Comet, one of the greatest sci-fi b-movies EVER MADE. While I was admittedly hoping for a full on Mondo-inspired cover (I was looking forward to the poster) artist Nathan Thomas Milliner did an amazing job.
This past weekend as I was roaming around with this unsavory character, I stopped into Toy Tokyo. It was someplace I hadn’t really been in a while, and I forgot how much I loved. It’s one of those places that reminds me how cool New York is/was, and takes me to a really happy place.
This week’s Mondo Monday is all about one of my favorite movies from childhood – Gremlins. If someone doesn’t like this movie, I think I might have a hard time getting along with them. If you’re not sold on mysterious pets from “The Orient” and the amazing theater scene, then Phoebe Cates monologue about her
Early morning retcon alert: Most remember Edward Gorey for his goth-style, pen/ink drawings and rendering of modern monstrosities in a hauntingly beautiful perspective; however his work as a cover designer somehow fell off the curriculum vitae. I shouldn’t say fell off because when I did a quick read of his wikipedia page to write this
I’ll start by saying that video games revolving around the concept of darkness with the inclusion of supernatural powers based on shadowy magic and lead characters that wear hoods are right up my alley. I’ve always been a fan of games that cater to the evil genre because there’s something to be said about looking
One of the paragraphs in this NYtimes.com article about the writer Franz Kafka begins, “We all know how he ate his food: he “Fletcherized” it, chewing each bite a hundred times before swallowing. He was almost six feet tall, meticulously groomed and preternaturally self-absorbed.” That got me thinking on the topic of writers, and creatives
I haven’t seen of this show much, but when I catch it I love it. I can’t comment enough on how much I want children right now so that I can hang one of these on their wall without shame. I’d even hang it on a baby’s wall, because I’d enjoy it years before they