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Eli Minaya’s Rambo

Posted in Art, Celebs, Comics, and Movies

The Rambo drawing above is by the very talented Eli Minaya. I met Eli at this year’s MegaCon. I’d never seen Eli’s art before, but decided on the spot to see about getting a con sketch from him. Eli was up for it and Rambo seemed the natural choice. As you can see from the piece above, it was.

You can see more of Eli’s art at his site.

Shuffle – Deal Me In

Posted in Movies

I’m a fan of what I affectionately call drive-in movies.  You know, low-budget, high-concept films that seldom rate an all-star cast, but have great entertainment valueShuffle looks to fit the bill…

  • It’s the story of a man played by TJ Thyne “who begins experiencing his life out of order; every day he wakes up at a different age, in a different year, on a different day of his life.” He “has no idea why he keeps waking up at different points in his life. Using clues from each experience, he begins to piece together why this keeps happening to him and sets out to end it once and for all.”

If Shuffle sounds like something you’d like, here’s the trailer and if it’s not your cup of tea, come back tomorrow and we’ll talk about something different.

And a flip of a card to Geek Tyrant for the link.

Sly Says…

Posted in Celebs, and Movies

With the Sly’s recent discussion about a new Rambo story brewing, there’s been a lot of speculation that Sly might kill off everyone’s favorite warrior.  I received word from Sly who writes….

  • “When I said he goes out in a blaze of glory I didn’t mean his physical demise at all. Rambo will fade into perpetuity. Thank you.”

So no need to worry, Rambo’s not gong to see the Grim Reaper anytime soon! – Craig

Collider: Where Laws of Physics Are Unpredictable

Posted in Art, and Comics

What would it be like to live in a world where the laws of physics were unpredictable?  We’ll find out when Collider by Simon Oliver [writer], Robbi Rodriguez [artist] and Rico Renzi [colorist] hits comic shops this fall.  But why wait until fall to learn more, when you can read this interview at with Oliver and Rodriguez?