aka Highway 62 resumes tumblr service. HIGHWAY 62 REVISITED Right now it’s a research repository for THE GLASS DIAMOND, which I may start to write next year, not sure yet. Still, interesting even if you’re just looking for something out of the ordinary.
Things that I’ve found in my office during its recent cleaning. 1 WATCHMEN button, circa 1987 1 copy of JOYSTIK magazine from 1983 (you can read it here) 1 copy of the Advanced Dungeons Player’s Handbook, Monster Manual, Dungeon Master’s Guide (and Fiend Folio) 1 copy of the EMPIRE STRIKES BACK portfolio, featuring Ralph MacQuirre’s [...]
I shoulda posted this earlier. Oh well. On Friday, I posted an article about one of my favorite HPL adaptations over at Robot 6, this the adaptation of “Call of Cthulhu” into illustrated form by the talented John Coulthart. Here’s a sample: Stop by and give it a read, then wander over to Mr. Coulthart’s [...]
Twitter didn’t work for me so well on the show floor, and my phone wouldn’t take the strain anyways. So here’s the first half of my imagined tweets from the floor. The second half of this may or may not ever appear. — The triple chili-cheese at Tommy’s is unnecessary. Structural integrity starts low and [...]
All due apologies to Mr. Grant Morrison, from whom I nicked the above title. In turn, that phrase came out of his notes that constantly writes to himself, or at least pretends to when the documentary camera is turned upon him. Yes, I’m fanboy enough that I went to that panel. But I’m ahead of [...]
That’s just what happens to be playing right now. I can imagine that it’d be good for clearing rooms, though I find it kinda soothing once I get past the jangly bits. Returned from sudden trip back to the ancestral Maxwell family homeland of Redlands, California. And yes, it was that kind of a sudden [...]
I can see that TweetDeck really wants me to uninstall it , as it’s failing horribly and locking up and doing all kinds of dumb stuff like getting caught u pon its own really awesome startup screen. TweetDeck, the worst idea I ever had was updating you.
Matt Maxwell, author of Strangeways, interviewed over at CBR, and other stuff.
As originally posted on Dark, But Shining. “People are always asking me if I know Tyler Durden.” If this is a horror blog, then why the hell am I talking about Fight Club, you ask. It’s not a horror movie. It’s a mixed-up jumble of nihilism and pop culture and pop fascism, stylishly directed and pretentious, [...]