Archives for category: Current Events


Hard to believe he’s gone. His energetic performances trasncended film and worked their way into pop-culture lexicon.  My heart goes out to his family.

If you haven’t heard about his recent health problems, here is a link to a post from his wife, Kathleen.

I know this is probably for his upcoming role as Gordan but–whenever I see it–I can’t help but think J. Jonah Jameson is getting ready to put the beat down on the wall-crawler …


Superheroes in Prose #15 on sale June 29th!

Ian McShane recently let loose a spoiler regarding his character’s role in the upcoming Game of Thrones season.  When faced with fan backlash, he told people to “get a life.” It’s just “tits and dragons.”

Regardless of which side of the fence you’re on about the last comment, it’s hard to deny how freaking hilarious it is.  Or how absolutely Al Swearengen it feels.

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Superheroes in Prose #13: A Fabulous Anarchy, on sale now!

Neil deGrasse Tyson was recently asked which ship would win in a battle: the Enterprise or the Falcon.  “The Enterprise would wipe its ass with the Falcon,” he states, and then proceeds to tell everyone why.
What I find interesting is the ultimate qualifier missing from this question: Is Wesley Crusher on board?  Cause if he is, Han and Chewie really don’t have to do anything … other than wait for whatever ill-conceived experiment the kid is conducting to run its course.  Then–boom–the Enterprise is history.
And probably all of space and time.

Space Pulp #2: Menace of the Space Zombies on sale in  December!

This is a pic of a protest against a person spying on Germany for the U.S.  If the similarities are intentional, I gotta say it’s awesome.  If this is just some lose in translation thing … even awesome-r.

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Superheroes in Prose Volume 10: Two Rocks and a Hard Place, on sale September 24th. 

demolition-man-machineIn a spectacularly depressing move, Putin has just signed a bill that will limit freedom of expression in Russia by making it illegal for literature, film, and music to contain “foul language.”  Additionally, Russian citizens can also be fined up to $70 if they let any naughty words slip.

It’s ironic and sad to see how close Demolition Man came to predicting the future.  I hope, for the sake of Russia, somebody can thaw out John Spartan soon.


Superheroes in Prose Volume 9: 8-Bit Hero, on sale May 28th.