Comics artist Gene Colan has died. He was best known for his work on Marvel’s The Tomb of Dracula, but he started at DC drawing Namor, the Sub-Mariner and worked with Steve Gerber on Howard the Duck. The Guardian has an obituary with more on his life and […]
Keith from Teleport City writes about William Stiefel’s Libertarian seasteading dream, Operation Atlantis, and BioShock: “BioShock imagines a society built on very similar principals a those of Atlantis I, II, and III, but instead of geodesic domes floating on the surface of the ocean, Ryan’s libertarian utopia is […]
On the occasion of Dr. Roger Corman, Ph.D. receiving his second honorary doctorate, PopcornBiz interviews the good doctor and looks back over Corman’s career in B-film.
Sometimes something, in itself, is just perfect. Pes’ “The Deep” is. It’s an animated short of abyssal life using tools, keys and an ammunition belt. (via The Accidental Optimist)
Sharktopus is now a film, but my heart is still with Bearsharktopus.
An illustrated gallery of 1950s rayguns and a lovely, sweet and kinda steam punk illustrated marriage proposal by Joel Kimmel. (thanks, Humash!)