I've compared “Avengers Infinity War” to the classic movie cliffhanger in The Empire Strikes Back.
But the Marvel Cinematic Universe actually pulled off an almost-“Empire”-level story a couple years before that, in Captain America: Civil War.
The MCU started off with multiple movies setting up Iron Man ...
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Weird one this week! A monneyless system in a working Scifi utopia. This was based on an idea Banes came up with talking about Star Trek and ...
We've all been told how in story telling, showing is a lot better than telling.
Showing gets hard if your main character is a loner that interacts with nobody. Even harder if he/she is a stoic that emotes very little. The audience will have no way of knowing ...
I just finished a rewatch of The Mandalorian series and one of the things I thought about was the vicious profiteering and scramble for money (or ‘credits’, or valuable metals or what have you) that indicates what kind of economy is at work in that show.
Granted, so far we ...
Our resident comic creator, KAM, who has been making the KAMics, a comic featuring random cartoons & series from the mind of Keith Alan Morgan has a special announcement:
Once again I realized I hit a milestone after it posted. D'oh! ;-)
Friday January 29, The KAMics reached 1,975 pages.
Another 25 and I hit the big 2 triple zero.
Have a nice day,
Wow! 1,975 pages is an incredible number ...
The original quote from which the title is derived is attributed to Joseph Stalin. And while it can sound cynical and harsh, it is unfortunately true: the human mind boggles beyond a cut off point when it comes to grasping numbers tangibly, not theoretically. When the numbers become too high ...
It is difficult for me to focus on a drawing project if my desk is in disarray or there is a pile of unsorted objects around me.
I purchase items in multiples. If I see a good ink pen at the office supply store, I pick up multiple four-packs of ...
Some characters are the heroes.
Some characters are the villains.
And some characters are just punchable. But not actually bad, or even antagonists- though sometimes they can be towards specific characters rather than the general plot goals.
Every time this type of character opens their mouth to say something, our ...
Everyday Joes and the Best of the Best
Star Wars and Star Trek are long-running siblings in science fiction pop culture. I don't know if there's really a “rivalry” between the two; SW has always been more popular I think, and the two are very different.
One big ...