Monthly Archives: September 2013

Author Spotlight: Abraham Zepeda

Abraham Zepeda was born in McAllen, TX and went to school at Cornell College with concentrations in Chemistry, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He moved to NYC to do forensics for the Chief Medical Examiners Office then moved on to work for Home Land Security, with some brief experience in sample testing for the Department of

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Release My Darkness by Abraham Zepeda

Release My Darkness By: Abraham Zepeda As my mind falls, there sits the reaper Watching my thoughts plummet deeper and deeper Circling inevitably to my end He will become my mind’s keeper When depression has reached it’s peak When there are no more answers to seek I will lay down to drown In the waters

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Mondo Monday – This Island Earth

Francesco Francavilla has created one of the most impressive and eye-catching Mondo prints yet. I might be biased because I love vintage sci-fi imagery and aliens (like, LOVE), but this piece is amazing. It’s modernized in just the right ways. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 325. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. $45 Check it

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Through A Season, Shadier

Through A Season, Shadier By Alex Tunney Art by Ryan Florez There was a brief few moments during the Season 5 finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race when I was hoping that Alaska would win. It would have added some surprise to the proceedings that was missing from the finale and the season in general. Now,

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Mondo Monday – Creepshow

Mondo has commissioned the artistically awesome dude Mike Sutfin to create one of the coolest and creepiest of prints for the infamous Creepshow. I’m doubly excited because I’ve always had an affinity for Creepshow, one of the strangest horror anthologies ever made. And it’s not only because George Romero, Tom Savini , and Stephen King came together for

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Author Carrie Rosten Gets Magical with “Soma So Strange”

As the story goes, author Carrie Rosten went to sleep one night and had a dream. And it must’ve been some dream! When she woke up the next day, she wrote her latest tale, Soma So Strange, in its entirety! Soma So Strange is a children’s book about a creative girl who discovers herself despite the “Meanies,”

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Mondo Monday (Late Edition) – “The Grandmaster”

  I’ve always loved Wong Kar Wai movies. There’s something otherworldly about them. I’ll admit, I didn’t see his foray into American filmmaking (My Blueberry Nights), but I’ve kept up with most of his work throughout the years. These days, he’s dipping his toe into the world of Kung Fu filmmaking, and I have to

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