Release date: 27 June 2018
Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
The entertainment world lost two icons of pop culture over the course of a single weekend. The first casualty is Mr. Martin Landau. Many know Martin Landau from (of course) his star turn as the character of "Rollin Hand" on the hit TV series: "Mission: Impossible", or perhaps they remember him as "Commander John Koenig" on the TV series: "Space: 1999". Both were great roles and Landau played them to perfection. But Landau did much more than just those two roles in his acting career. He started his working life as a staff cartoonist and illustrator for the New York Daily News at the young age of only 17 years old! Landau was there for seven years. During which, he served as illustrator on Billy Rose's "Pitching Horseshoes" column, as well as doing work for Gus Edson on his famous comic strip "The Gumps". But Landau really wanted to be an actor. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 12:23
Webcomic Spotlight: Mike Maihack's Cleopatra in Spaaace! I am back and here to bring you another adorably awesome webcomic review! Today we have Cleopatra in Spaaace! written and illustrated by the very talented Mike Maihack. Let’s look at the “about” section of the webcomic, since I believe Mike explains it best! “Zapped away as a teenager from her home era of 52 BC, Cleopatra VII found herself in the middle of a centuries’ long war in the far, far, really far, far future. Now she fights alongside P.Y.R.A.M.I.D. (Pharaoh Yasiro’s Research And Military Initiative of Defense), both human and alienkind’s only hope against the evil Xaius Octavian.An ancient carving prophesizes that Cleopatra is destined to become the savior of the galaxy; finally freeing its worlds from the tyrannical rule of the technologically advanced Xerx race." "With help from her best friend and teacher, Khensu, Cleo is learning what it takes to be the great leader she is destined to become while still trying to figure out how she’s ever going to pass military school, deal with her crush on the most popular boy in class, avoiding curfew, and all of the other important things that come with being a seventeen-year-old future queen of the universe.But first she has to complete her latest mission…” Read more...
Published in Creator Owned Indie