Super psyched for this show. If you are in the Pittsburgh area do consider attending.
NEW DUNGEONS & DORITOS! The crew heads out on the high-seas! But it’s not all tanning butter and mojitos – They find themselves on an island with a foe the likes of which they’ve never encountered. Can they roll their way out of another dicey predicament?
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I’m always interested in mash-ups of Beatles solo material. They’re like alternate universe bubbles. This one isn’t time-accurate, but damn it’s good!
How’s this for a giveaway!! Ok. This isnt gonna be like a prize only one person will win. This is gonna be, like, a promotion. I am going to give away original drawings i have made. All you have to do is reblog this, and if you are not yet following me… do it! In addition, send an email to…
She’s the bee’s knees get while the getting’s good people!
Feature art for Consequence of Sound’s album review of Todd Terje’s record It’s Album Time. The illustration is by Virginia McCarthy, and the colors and finishing is by me.
Really fantastic synth album with notes of Georgio Moroder and Jan Hammer. The illustration was based off Terje’s outfit and moves from the “Inspector Norse" music video.
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Read the review
The X-Files 2014 Annual RI Cover Inks by Dave Sim
Oh god. Dave Sim X-Files art… *shivers* so amazing.
NEW NERDY SHOW! We talk with MAKE Magazine & WIRED’s Mark Frauenfelder about physical books and DIY instruments, and Cyborg Foundation’s Neil Harbisson about becoming the 1st government recognized cyborg and how humanity and upgrade itself - as well as their plans for this year’s Moogfest!
Had a great time talking with these guys. Really hope Jon pulls through and sends Mark a book laser cut into slices of bread.
Check out my collaboration with Justin Gerber on Consequence of Sound as we discuss one of my favorite Pink Floyd records, Division Bell.
NEW NERDY SHOW! We speak with Claire Evans of YACHT & OMNI Reboot about her panel at Moogfest! Sci-fi & sci-tech abound!
Ghostbuster Jem!!! So amazing! #christiemillikin #jem #ghostbusters #cosplay #megacon
I’m ALL OVER THIS WOW
Dear Ghostbusters Jem, I can’t believe I missed you at Megacon. Did you not come down row 500 in the Indy Press section. Please write back. I’m pretty sure we need to be friends.
Bojangle’s new sandwich “The Folly of Youth”.
I was in a car ordering drive-thru at Bjoangles. They had a new sandwich that sounded nutzo unhealthy but I figured I had to try it at least once. It was a meat sandwich (can’t remember what kind) that used two of their amazing (but lethally sugary) Bo-Berry Biscuits as buns.
It was appropriately called “The Folly of Youth” as it wasn’t recommended for anyone of a weak constitution.
This dream is from a while ago, so I don’t know if I’m recalling all the details. If I discover where I wrote this down I’ll update it.
Prepare yourself for Oriental Nightfish.
A 1978 animated video by Pink Floyd & Duran Duran collaborator, Ian Emes done to the music of Linda McCartney & Wings.
"I got pissed off whiskey and put the music on as loud as it would go, and lay on my back in the living room and let it wash over me. The whiskey did indeed help, and I came up with this weird idea where alien forces enter this building where someone who looks like Linda McCartney plays a Gothic Expressionistic Wurlitzer. This blonde female is penetrated, got naked and inhabited by the alien force, then she’s replicated, before becoming a comet that explodes.
The film was a bit weird and scary and a little bit sexual. Yet it was later put on Paul McCartney’s Rupert The Bear video for children. The kids who watched it years ago are now in their 20s, and they’ve set up an internet site called The Oriental Nightfish Haunted My Childhood. I guess it freaked them out and opened their imagination.”
Hey all! I contributed a segment to the latest Fangamer podcast on the topic of gender identity. Please enjoy.
The Fangamers Episode No. 3: Gender Identity
In this episode we’re featuring five stories from different people in the gaming community with interesting tales to tell of discovering who they are, accepting themselves, and their experience finding acceptance (or not) within the gaming community.
- Jay Weinmann
- Cap Blackard
- Nerdy Show
- Alex Shaw
- Digital Drift
- Chloe Goodchild
- Holly Dotson
- Laura Kate Dale
- Makeup and Vanity Set’s Charles Park Trilogy
(Music for Cap’s segment)