Monday, October 17, 2005

Beware the Were-Rabbit

I can think of only one type film style where you can literally see the fingerprints of the artists on the screen… CLAYMATION!

I’ve been a Wallace & Gromit fan for years. I loved Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers and A Close Shave. And I loved Wallace & Gromit - Curse of the Were-Rabbit. How could I not? It had everything that makes their short films so great and more. Plus a spooky theme! You can’t beat that with a wedge of cheese.

If you’ve never seen a Wallace & Gromit film, you’re definitely missing out on a good time. Do yourself a favor and go see it.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Colorado, Rocky Mountain Guy

I just got back from my first ever trip to Colorado. After almost 37 years, I think it was worth the wait. I always knew it would be one of those places that I'd love automatically. It was awesome. The lovely Heather and I went up for a wedding and extended the trip for a little vacation. Got in a lot of hiking and sight seeing.

Man, that John Denver sure knew what he was talking about.

Click here to check out the pictures.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Shades of Blue Volume 1


Devils Due Publishing, the guys who bring you the G.I. Joe comics, got together with Jim Harris (creator of Shades of Blue, my old comic) and struck a deal to publish the entire 15 issue run across three mini trades. And now the first one is available for purchase.

"Shades of Blue" was about a regular teenage girl named Heidi Paige, who wakes up one day to discover that her hair has turned blue and she has the power to control electricity. When other people in her town turn up with powers, her two friends K.T. and Marcus talk her into becoming a superhero to take on these new threats.

Not only does this book collect the first 5 issues of the original Amp Comics run, but it also features a rare short from Digital Webbing Presents and an all new 8 page story which sheds light on Heidi's origin.

Get a copy from Amazon today!