Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Hucklebuck – Dirty Dancing

As I’m busily transforming a rough demo of “The Kaiju” into a fully-produced dance craze sensation, I’ve been thinking about the dance craze songs that inspired me. Everyone knows about The Twist (if you don’t, I can prove that you … Continue reading

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Fathers, Be Like A Rampaging Kaiju

It’s hard to get people to listen to your message, so it’s common for PSAs to use pop-culture references to catch attention. This one uses Godzilla to instruct fathers to spend quality time with their… minyas, I guess. Teach ’em … Continue reading

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Drive-In Friday and Saturday Night

I spent the weekend in Pennsylvania, attending a two-night drive-in movie marathon. Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and other luminaries of 1960s Brit-horror spilled bright red blood across the screen while shrieks emanated from car radios and the concession … Continue reading

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Nana nana nana nana, Bat Wings!

My scheme, it proceeds apace. You have been charged for the following items shipped today: Adult Bat Costume Wings Sold by: Anilta Corporation Condition: new Quantity: 1

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Rodan Trailer

Working on “The Kaiju” has me crawling YouTube for inspiration. Today I found the original US trailer for “Rodan”. Pure fifties movie hyperbole!

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Dare To Be Stupid

The best advice always comes from the places you don’t expect. When I a lad, Weird Al released an album that blew my mind. It was called “Dare To Be Stupid”, and while I enjoyed all of the songs it … Continue reading

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World Racketeering Squad “Zombie Ukulele Apocalypse”

One of my friends from my mini-comic days has a band in Austin, Texas. Isaac, Reed, and Bruce are World Racketeering Squad, and they’ve got an album (“What Is Nerdwave?”) coming out on September 18th. Digging their sound, I sent … Continue reading

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