Jan 312013

Of course you’ve seen this guy. Believe it or not, he once topped the a-list…and lingered for a loooooong time.

Here is a guy who has quite a novel resume. Born in Brooklyn, NY to a Jewish family, he then gets a bit of worldly seasoning by first moving to Europe for a spell, and then finally moving on to California and attending Beverly freakin Hills High School. As if he were meant for greatness, it was like they put a seed into the soil…and he sprouted…moving on to television work for a while, then breaking through the big time with roles in American Graffiti and Jaws. Close Encounters. Cocaine. Yup, our boy liked to party, making him a comeback kid as well, which about everyone likes, right? And did I mention under-appreciated? Continue reading »

Jan 302013

DowsingPicI have plans to do a whole series of posts about the artists I’ve found using Pandora, but I did manage to discover a new artist (new to me) by a different method. The band is called ‘Dowsing‘, and they are based out of Chicago (like Katie Todd) and their music is indie, emo, and pop. And apparently they are pretty good at playing Monopoly. Continue reading »

Jan 292013

AjaxJust a bit more on the Oklahoma City Fan-based webseries Starship Ajax, which is currently in development. This webseries will be set between the first and second seasons of the original Star Trek series (TOS Universe) and features a different crew and a new ship, a destroyer, the USS Ajax. Continue reading »

Jan 282013

Of course you’ve seen this guy. You might not realize it just yet, but trust Moby on this. Start the popcorn.

Mark was born in Pasadena ( pah-sah-dah-nah) and first gained fame and notice in a late-night comedy sketch series similar to Saturday Night Live called “Fridays”, an attempt by ABC to emulate SNL which was suffering from low ratings at the time. He was noticeable for a few characters, including “The Crazy Pharmacist”, which led to secondary parts in films like ‘The Incredible Shrinking Woman’ (1981)  and weekly TV roles in The Nutt House (1989) and Good and Evil (1991). If your real resourceful you can effort his work in “The Jerk, Too” and “Splash, Too”, a couple of TV movie versions of feature films noticeable for their lack of Ted Danson (that guy can just not catch a break!). Continue reading »

Jan 272013
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Fury of Firestorm #10 Page 20 by Yildiray Cinar. Inks over his own bluelines.

On something of a whim, Moby got a few pages from The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men with art by Yildiray Cinar. These are Yildiray inks over his own pencils, but on separate boards with the pencils printed out in blue lines. This issue features Raksashi, the nuclear woman from India! Continue reading »