Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Weakly comic Jackanapes on the horizon

I’ll be starting a weekly comic shortly on the blog, as of now I plan to call it Jackanapes.
It will most likely be updated every Sunday.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Grumble, Grumble, toil and low traffic

Not even I can escape boredom, So I polished this pace up with a shiny new title.

I'm also completing an unorthodox voodoo ritual Involving two new projects, a weakly comic and the other a series of animated game and movie reviews.

Alas I can not reveal them till the stars are right, and I get them to a place were I feel I can release them.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Looking good or hardly looking?

Well I cleaned this place up a bit, re-made the background and cleaned up my info.
Nothing else to do now but wait.

On second thought it might be better if I put something up here, Like comics or I could review something or even some animation.

well I guess I'll come up with something.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Full intro Disney's Epic Mickey is out.

I was bumbling about on the net and discovered that the full Intro to the up coming Wii title Epic Mickey has been floating around and I honestly have to say that I'm impressed. Now the only question is how does it play.

Pixar Shares artwork from Newt , *pout*

Pixar Shares artwork from now defunct film Newt. It's a shame I was looking forward to seeing this, however I'm sure they had a good reason for not proceeding with the production, on a similar note if they decided to drop this in favor of oh say Cars 2 or Monsters inc. 2 I might be a little miffed.

Ok, I'm miffed, Mostly because that is indeed what appears to have happened also this marks (to my knowledge) the first time Pixar has flat out canceled a feature this far along and the disappointing thing is we aren't going to see any original properties out of the studio for some time. Another concern about this is from what I know of Pixar, when one of your projects has a problem you work it out and your usually better for it, this is what they did on Ratatouille however this time they just canceled something in the production pipe line, and went with the safer bet of cranking out a few sequels. To sum up my point I’m just concerned that maybe we’re getting a to much Disney in are Pixar and not enough Pixar in are Disney.

The Link:

Newt and the above art is owned by Disney/Pixar

Thursday, September 2, 2010


I finally got this thing the way I want it. woot!

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