Big thanks to Sam sharing this on our Facebook wall! Check this site out, it is pretty damn cool (clicking the pic will take you there), just tons of Adventure time related goodness!
You can find all the episodes here of this fun web series.
Behold THE VARIANTS, the Web comedy series that takes you behind the counter of your favorite comic book store.
THE VARIANTS is the brain child of Richard Neal, Joe Cucinotti and Ken Lowery. In early 2009, Richard, owner of the award-winning Zeus Comics, thought all the crazy stuff he saw in his store would make excellent fodder for a comedy series. Seeing the success of Web comedies like “The Guild,” Richard approached Joe and Ken – longtime friends, writers and regulars at the store – to help him develop the series.
The trio discussed and discarded several ideas, including making a faux-documentary-style comedy like “The Office” before settling on an absurd sitcom in the vein of “30 Rock” or “Arrested Development.”
The trio recruited Keli Wolfe and Barry Fuhrman (actual employees at Zeus) to play exaggerated versions of themselves. The group tried a couple Directors of Photography and Editors before choosing Luke Hawkins and Chris Williams, respectively, to give the show its look and feel.
This week while browsing on the internet, I ran across three awesome photos. This is not uncommon, but I thought I would start sharing more of these on the blog. Nothing new, in fact, you may have seen them all, but they made me chuckle.
He missed and killed Jason Todd when trying the same trick with a crowbar instead of a skateboard . . .
Well, it seems I do have a little girl out there I didn’t know about . . .
Obviously they are made of adamantium.
Oh screw it. . . you can’t have one of these posts without a cat picture, I think it is internet law!
Well, my ron just went all weasly . . .
There was nothing more glorious than Summer vacation when I was a kid. Weeks and weeks with no school, no real responsibilities, getting into trouble with friends and by myself. You were probably the same, and also have those fond memories of those times. The beginning of Wormworld Saga captures this beautifully, with some slight twists.
Did you have a hidden crawlspace at your grandmother’s place? Survived a terrible fire that gives you panic attacks every time you see an open flame? Or get transported off to magical world full of evil denizens?
The entire first chapter is available to read right now, and it is gorgeous artwork and a charming, intriguing story. Click any of the pics in this post to be taken to the website.
And then this is what it seems we can look forward to . . .
Please go to the original site in which this is posted, and leave comments and support for both the author and her child. This is an amazing story and lesson, and we are reposting it to help spread the word.
My Son Is Gay
Just gorgeous! If you like this, check out some of the other videos like the premiere for the movie, or other things created by Blender software. Reminds me of why I love open source software . . . I use GIMP, Open Office and other great programs. If you do too, don’t forget to donate . . .
“Sintel” is an independently produced short film, initiated by the Blender Foundation as a means to further improve and validate the free/open source 3D creation suite Blender. With initial funding provided by 1000s of donations via the internet community, it has again proven to be a viable development model for both open 3D technology as for independent animation film.
This 15 minute film has been realized in the studio of the Amsterdam Blender Institute, by an international team of artists and developers. In addition to that, several crucial technical and creative targets have been realized online, by developers and artists and teams all over the world.
The stare the Panda give in the hospital scene is scarier than anything I ever saw in Exorcist!
I am one of the few rare, socially crippled people who has not heard Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” (although I’m sure it’s a masterwork of songwriting) — and even if the parody singer’s voice is not exactly pitch-perfect, and even if Katy Perry is undeniably smokin’ hot — I am willing to bet cash moneys that this parody video from Seth Green and Break.com is at least 37.88% better than the original.
I knew there was something missing from my life . . . now that void is filled.
Friend of the show Bavarian Erin has an awesome blog about all of her interests, and as a San Diego ComicCon attendee, she always has wonderful blogs about the going ons you might have missed from most of the news coming out of the West Coast shindig.
Check this blog post for looks at the Walking Dead booth, Art Baltazar, weird props and Charlie Saxton!
Check out more of the blogs for dogs, crafts, artwork and other odds and end with Bavarian Erin’s unique and entertaining look on all of these things