This is Garrison Dean, io9's resident viscount of photoshopperie, reporting in. Much like your significant other, I've been distant, busy with work, and just not fulfilling your needs. But it's Valentine's Day! And on Valentine's Day, I can make up for all my shortcomings and patch our fragile relationship with a…
Come on, we've got a hard R new Conan film coming out with plenty of red band footage online. Did you think I wasn't going to do a trailer?
There will come a day in the future where humanity wises up and realizes the brilliance of Sir Michael Bay. I only hope I'm alive to witness it. Remember: nothing succeeds likes excess.
It's fun to be a hater and dump on the lovers' holiday, but it's even more fun to take that chance and declare your love for that person you so admire. And what better way to do it than with these scifi themed Valentines by yours truly?
Last week Annalee told me that io9 was going to devote a week to "Disasters", and wondered if I'd like to do something special. Disaster being my "thing," I said yes.
Well friends, let's do it to it, shall we? ON TO DISASTER!!! As always click to enlarge.
Welcome Children to the weekly (when I get to it) spooky recap of this week in io9. Enter if you have the guts to face the terror that is...
People complained that we left Simon Tam out of our 1980s-style Firefly opening credits. You failed to realize: That was Firefly's second-season intro. By then, Sean Maher had cashed in on his unbelievable popularity, with a spin-off. Check it out.
Joss Whedon's Firefly was awesome, but its title sequence really didn't sell the show. What Firefly really needed was a kick-ass, old-school, synth-happy, guitar-solo, Yay Spaceships, 1980s-style intro credit sequence. And here it is. Joss, you can thank me later.
Happy Easter all. Thought I'd take the short holiday to bring you all brand new fresh disaster!!! Maybe I put my all easter eggs in one basket here, but it's a good basket.
When io9 asked me if I could break away from my busy schedule of being awesome and create some disastrous Valentines . . . How could I say no? I love you all, and dammit you deserve it!!!
Or, at least, it is when they interview moi for a pleasant fluff piece about fan-created trailers. Annalee can have the NY Times. USA Today had color before it was cool.
Well hello there everyone. The minion is doing well and she gave me a little break from fatherhood to bring you all a new disaster for the new year.
Hello friends. Over the past few months I've been telling you what was a disaster, now the time has come for you to pick your own.
So, I had done a couple of Disasters for you when I woke up Saturday morning to an apartment with no power. So I got some breakfast and went record shopping.
Hello all. I'm sorry I haven't been getting this to you as often, but please enjoy today's Disaster.
Boy, you guys really really like Summer Glau. River more Bad-ass than Brock Sampson?! IT'S A DISASTER!!!
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Hello all. It's been a while. After traveling, family visits, technical difficulties, and paid work I am finally glad to bring you a new video, and this ain't no trailer.
OHHHHH, it's spelled Bentl-E-y!!! Well now I know. I want to thank all of you for your many compliments on my 2012 video last week and for kicking it all over the internet.
Well it's a holiday weekend and in an effort to work less on this week's column I probably ended up doing more work... whatever. I hope you enjoy the end result.