Derek: So, here’s our very first Half-Baked Review Chinfest, which I am very excited about! This is a chance for us to bring our unique take on movies to the public. Personally, I think we took the prudent course by letting the Internet mature for twenty years or so before launching this column. No point in rushing, right Mark?
Mark: Right, we’re like a properly aged cheese. But hopefully better smelling.
Derek: Well, if we’re cheeses, then I call Emmentaler, which like me, is Swiss and smells of fresh-cut hay! And speaking of cheese, let’s jump right into the review of Thor: Ragnarok, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s third foray into the world of Asgard and Midgard and a lot of planets and dimensions. Continue reading
A little bit of concept art for the Chronoballer: last time machine in the universe, starts reliably, a few dings add character. Cheap!!
“Flapman, tell me the story.”
Super Patriot Boy, he who sought the story, lay still in the narrow cavity of his BrixDyne Corp. FrostiSnooz Model 6 sleep/storage crèche. The crèche was a gleaming white cylinder, and in the dark room, its industrial precision jarred against the organic crags and ridges of the stone walls. His request was spoken to the cool, still air, and he had no way of knowing if it had been heard. A few green and yellow status lights along one side of the interior of the capsule, indicating that the occupant was technically alive, cast a warm glow on Super’s head, pale face, and bare chest. Continue reading
Thank you for checking out this informative placeholder. We’ll be releasing the Prologue to Magnificent Bastards of the Apocalypse on Thursday, Nov. 9. Until then, we’ll be charging up the cattle prods and hoping it doesn’t figure out how a door works.