Filed to Things That Will Make You Angry; The New York Times ran a rather depressing piece last Thursday on the plight of 66 chimps that have found themselves left behind.
In news that will make your Monday brighter, an awesome new charity has come up with a way of empowering kids fighting cancer.
Zack Snyder just tweeted the first image of Jason Momoa as Aquaman. While the Batman v. Superman movie is less B v. S and more of a pre-game for the JLA movie, this has definitely gotten my attention.
I normally don't do non-scifi/science/fantasy posts, but I have to show this guy off. He's fluffy, he's grey, he may eventually become a radio host in a desert town where angels don't exist.
The animated short "The Missing Scarf" is about Albert the squirrel is missing his scarf. Simple enough, right? Wrong.
WTF, guys. WTF. I don't even... I can't... and I like Frozen. SPOILERS BELOW.
So I'm here to (politely) shamelessly hock my wares. Instead of a page of me pitching to you though, here's a video that is much more succinct-
Levi would like to wish everyone a good morning, a happy #Caturday, and a "Hey girl.".
Last night I had the pleasure of being on Drawing Borders, a comic book podcast. Seeing as we were all writers, the topics revolved around writing and the various things that come with that particular job. One of the hosts and I also may have eaten donuts, drank some whiskey, and put together a Lego Guardians of the…
It's hard to be a fan of Shark Week nowadays. Last year they put a lot of pseudoscience out, including the awful fake documentary about the Megalodon that actually had people believing Megalodons still exist. Granted there were some positive things that came out of Shark Week like David Shiffman's in-depth AMA.…
What? ASH (NOT FROM PALLET TOWN) is evolving!
We all know Glen Keane. Even if you don't know his face, he breathed life into some of the most iconic animated characters of all time. During his tenure Disney; Keane was the character designer and animator behind Ariel, Tarzan, Beast and had his hand in over 20 Disney productions.
This is an idea that I've had for a spell now. Since I have a finally have a Saturday where I have a ton of time to get to the random things on my list, ya'll are getting it now.
We all know that Disney tends to soften those folk tales that they turn into movies, giving them happy endings, removing the less PG elements. However, there are some stories out there that are just a little too outrageous for even the House of Mouse, and there are quite of few of them that involve maidens.
Buzzfeed of all places has a really great article/interview with Sam Witwer that discusses why the entire creative team decided to go to the network and end Being Human, as well as the sacrifices they all took to keep the show going.
I swear, these are real. Kitties that look like werewolves, it's like the internet and the SyFy channel had a litter.
So a local band I've linked here before just released the title song of their next album. The band is an interesting animal. The Family Crest is composed of 7 core musicians and then has their "extended family". Essentially if you can play an instrument, you can be a member of the extended family. Which means over 400…
Apparently Acme Comics teamed up with Dark Horse and artist Joe Quinones for a special varient of Firefly: Leaves on the Wind #1. Only a thousand of these puppies were made, but you can still score one on their website.