Friday, May 17, 2019
What you have before you is an archive that I've recently decided to re-open of my first blog (well...I technically had one before this, "Kamikaze Girl," but we don't talk about that and I think fan-fic was possibly involved) OCCASIONAL SUPERHEROINE.
Part of the reason I've decided to reopen this site is just because I just realized that I have over 2500K+ posts on it. It probably, for those so inclined, serves as a type of unfiltered ARCHIVE of a pop-culture blog from the late 2000's to early 2010's.
And when I say "unfiltered"—there is no way in HELL that I can edit 2500K+ posts in any amount of time that will make it worth it. I DID update the sidebars, so that's it.
NOW: if you would like to read what I'm doing now:
My entertainment site: FANTASY MERCHANT
My "deep" esoteric personal site: BUTTERFLY LANGUAGE
My Twitter: https://twitter.com/matrix_praxis
My Paypal addy, in case you want to drop a Sister a couple of bucks: PAY ME PLS FOR MORE CONTENT NICE PERSON IT WOULD SURELY HELP (OR GIVE ME AN EGG IN THESE TROUBLING TIMES)
Contact me, ideally for praise: type in firstname.lastname@example.org
ENJOY, and be kind if u find some weird-ass shit.
Posted by Verge at 3:41 PM
Friday, July 25, 2014
I'm just saying. After watching "Green Lantern," after sitting through the admittedly well-made Chris Nolan Batman movies and witnessing the admittedly noble godlike personage that is Henry Cavill's Superman...
...after years of Very Good superhero movies, after a veritable Golden Age of comic book flicks, after film after film featuring Men In
...I really really really would have liked to see a balls-out crazy Tim Burton-infused Nic Cage Superman. With the long "Con Air" hair preferably, though I would also take the Elvis look.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
There was a great gnashing of teeth and rending of garments among "Legend Of Korra" fans today, as news quickly spread that the show was being taken off the air.
"Korra" has long been a fan-favorite cartoon, with popularity among the "Geek" set on the level of "Adventure Time" and "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic." But, apparently, the number of cosplayers, gifs on Tumblr, fan art, and bloggers writing episode recaps does not = network success.
But is the problem the platform—not the show itself?
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Today marks the beginning of my third week on Kickstarter, for my project with Bobby Timony, "The Horror Lovers." (whoo!)
I thought it might be helpful to share some of my insights on using the popular crowdfunding site. Keep in mind, however, that this is definitely a learning curve, and what I say now might be tempered with my further experiences the next two weeks. I will update!
1. Kickstarter Is An Emotional Rollercoaster
There are definitely going to be highs and lows as you follow your project's progress on Kickstarter.
Sabrina has a run-in of the tentacley kind in this preternaturally weird scene from "Afterlife With Archie" #6.
Perhaps it is only fitting that her analyst is H. P. Lovecraft. (Or maybe she needs a new analyst!)
The Root asks a question that has apparently been the elephant in the room since casting for the new Star Wars was announced: where's Lando?
Billy Dee Williams contributed a memorable character in Lando Calrissian—one that spanned two SW movies as well as a lot of the expanded universe stuff. And yet he has apparently not been asked to reprise his role in "Star Wars: Episode 7."
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
I was really fascinated by this Hollywood Reporter interview with perennial fan fave actress Erin Gray, and how she turned comic and sci-fi conventions into a second career. Specifically: the way she became a sharp businesswoman and turned a bunch of autograph gigs into a big business with herself in the CEO role.