Zombies. Clowns. The circus. Zombie clowns at the circus. Yes, please.
The Vision is one of the books I recently picked up during the crazy bit of pricing on Amazon, and Sweet Jumpin’ Jesus, am I glad I did. It’s extraordinary.
The internet is busy still eating its own tail with some movie about Star Tours or something and why you should love it or why you shouldn’t and something, something, NOSTALGIA, THE FEELS, and I’m just hiding in the mountains. The Force Awakens after the jump, bitches!
TGA Podcast Episode 0043 – The DiggleAudio
Reunited! This week the boys are back in the same room talkin’ `bout broken bones, Disney and Disneyland, fanboys and boobs, wrestling with race, Star Wars moichendizing, a change in the MCU creative org-chart, and armchair activism and its impact on art. They also giggle at Diggle and say farewell to Wes Craven.
There Is Gravy On This Comic BookStandard
The Obscura Collected Edition is here, at least in digital form, and damn is it gorgeous. Physical copies won’t be far behind, I can’t wait to hold the actual book in my hands. Say, who is that smart, handsome fella with a blurb on the back cover?
Big thanks to Fifth Dimension Comics and everyone involved in Obscura, it is beautiful. I never thought I would get to have a cover blurb on a book, especially one this effing good.
Review: Wild BulletsStandard
Last night I got a chance to talk to author Greg Wright about Wild Bullets (listen here) and I wanted to take a bit of a closer look at the book itself, strap on your jet-pack, and follow me past the jump, and into the abyss.
Wasted The Series, 2 Days Left! Push! Push! Push!Standard
Not much time left to vote for Wasted The Series to get the big prize for CineCoup so let’s make a huge push for them right at the end, follow me after the jump for the trailer and a few quick words from producer Lance Fernandez
Obscura: Collected Edition Kickstarter is live!Standard
If you are looking for some genuinely creepy and disturbing horror comics, you should really take a look at the Kickstarter for Obscura: Collected Edition from David Brown, D.N.S. and Fifth Dimension Comics. This is some very good stuff, you will not be sorry, lets make this happen, folks! You can view their campaign here.
John Carpenter’s Lost ThemesStandard
Greetings! I’ve been meaning to get to this for awhile, but I got a little…Lost.
The Horror Of Loon Lake!Standard
First things I should mention before I get going on this write up, I know and am friends with several people involved with the making of this book, many of which we have interviewed here on The Gravy Age. For one of the stories involved (Smell A Rat) I wrote some (bad) music inspired by it, the music was used in the background of the Kickstarter video, and my name appears twice in the book, once on the Thank You page, and on a headstone on a pin-up. I’m dead in this book! Morbid? Or funny? It’s a honor, is what it is, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t touched. So now that all that is out of the way, put on your spooky pants, and lets purify ourselves in the waters of Lake Minnetonka, and go fishing at Loon Lake.