Thursday, July 30, 2009

Zombies crave brains... and cheesy nachoes

Another year of the Geek Mecca has come and past. Footage was seen, expensive plastic was bought, sketchbooks were signed, sentences were written in the passive voice. It is my great regret that I failed to document in pixels one of the more amusing sights; three cosplayers dressed as zombies from the Popcap game sitting cross-legged on the cement floor, conversing and dining on an overpriced meal inspired by corn and milk fat but free of all natural contaminants.

Speaking of overpriced: autographs. The entirety of the appeal of a celebrity's name illegibly written in ink has long escaped me. This is not to say I have never engaged in the custom, merely that I have never paid for it. I was prepared to note the absurdity of Mark Hamill charging $100 for his John Hancock, that was until I noted that one of the men who played a Stormtrooper was requesting 25.

130,000 booth babes, costume enthusiasts, and all flavor of nerd crammed into 600,000 square feet. My olfactory senses were not produced to factory standards of quality, for this I am quite thankful.

Seriously, $25?

"Might as well face it, you're a dick with a glove."

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

What it do, nephew?

Sometime after the Earth cooled and while monsters of improbable size wandered, we began to work on a little something we would eventually call: Trinity. Now, at long last, we are able to present to you a little preview of our endeavor along with the debut of our new, still in progress website.

Trinity is to be a limited 72 issue series. Our plan is to soon provide you with regular pages, laying out the narrative for you Hanzel and Gretel style. Exactly when this will begin I can make no promises, it will all depend on what kind of schedule my co-writer/artist with the unfortunately spelled last name can manage. Delay in this matter is due to the barbed whip being on backorder.

Post or email your praise, criticism will be given all of the wait it deserves.

"Let's pee in the corner, let's pee in the spotlight."