Next week brings our battle footage to a close. Look below for a preview of the aftermath.
A few years back, I stumbled across a site for an independent movie that was in production called Iron Sky. It was an alternate history of WWII in which the Nazis flee the Earth in 1945 and take up residence on the far side of the moon. There they build their strength until the present day (or the near future), when they come back to finish what they started.
It’s a ridiculous premise, obviously, but it fits right in to the sub-genre of far-out, Nazi-themed science fiction. And it looked cool. Check it out:
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I’m not really a joyless curmudgeon, though you could be forgiven for mistaking me for one. These “Hey, Mikey!” posts chronicle the rare occasions when I — like Mikey from the old Life cereal commercials — actually like something.
I’ve never really been a fan of Thor, as a comic book character. I don’t have anything against him; he’s just never much interested me. So I didn’t have a built-in desire to see the new Thor movie. But because the previews looked pretty cool, and because it’s part of the lead-up to Marvel’s amazingly ambitious Avengers movie, I ended up seeing it opening weekend, wife in tow.
Despite having quite a lot on his plate just to get a new page out every week, Al has made the time to do some guest art for a couple of our fellow webcomic creators. Check out his contributions at the links below, and while you’re there, do yourself a favor and catch up on these fine comics.