From Nightmare Fuel to Saturday Morning Cartoons

Everything goes in cycles. When it comes to entertainment, especially when we’re talking about horror, that cycles is from scary to funny. There’s really not a lot of difference between horror and humor. Both rely on the unexpected to trigger a reaction. Both can change your view of a situation. And, more often than not, […]

Horror Comics Redux

Just a quick overview of some horror comics history. Those old horror comics are great things. More so when you take into account the impact they had–in part because of the people who tried so hard to ban them. Yeah, the legal action kind of killed the industry for a while, but, like any good […]

GWAR, Cooper and Price, Looking Back on Scandal, History, and A Few Other Things

This entry is part 100 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

This, so the little numbers tell me, is the 100th entry I’ve made in this particular experimental Facebook Feed series. I was going to say something interesting about it… but it’s been another long day at the office and my brain is kind of fried. I’m also kind of unimpressed with my own performance in […]

It Was a Busy Weekend, Full of Stuff and Work

This entry is part 97 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

The past week or so at the day job has been ridiculous. Huge deadlines on a huge project that’s really too huge for the timeline it was scheduled for. Of course, it does look like we’ll be close enough. It also looks like it’s driving me utterly mad with stress. So, the feed is a […]

Apocalypse! Espionage! Vikings! Death! And Elephants in a Pool.

This entry is part 90 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

Some active discussions going on in the stream today (and in a previous post or two). There’s an extended discussion of changing names when you get married. That got a little unexpectedly heated. Sometimes traditions are held to tightly and any erosion of them–sensible or not–makes people a little uncomfortable. A very interesting chat about […]