January 10, 2013 Leave a comment
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July 20, 2012 Leave a comment
I just made a new short movie about me trying to sell ALL of my childhood comics… IN AN EPIC STOOP SALE.
Here are some of the emotional states I went thru while making this movie: nostalgia, liberation, catharsis, melancholy, confusion, elation, regret, enthusiasm, depression, somewhat dazed…
And finally confirmation that at 35 it’s good to get rid of childhood things and not bad to feel a little sad doing it.
July 18, 2012 Leave a comment
We might have to wait another year until “Iron Man 3″ hits theaters, but we’ll get a look into the Marvel cinematic universe before then. The studio is releasing a new one shot called “Item 47,” which was screened for the first time at Comic-Con, in the “Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 1″ boxed set. Marvel has unveiled two clips from the 12-minute short film, and both give us a better idea of what we can expect from its follow-up story to “The Avengers.”
But first, a bit of background. “Item 47″ stars Lizzy Caplan and Jesse Bradford, both newcomers to the Marvel universe. They are two normal people who find a discarded weapon (the titular Item 47) from the Chitauri invasion that occurred in “The Avengers” and go off on a Bonnie and Clyde-style adventure while two S.H.I.E.L.D. agents (played by “The Avengers’s” Maximiliano Hernandez and “Lost’s” Titus Welliver) try to stop them. Caplan and Bradford’s characters are appropriately named Benny and Claire.
May 24, 2012 Leave a comment
Highland Park, based in the Orkney Islands, has turned to the fertile mythological history of its grounds as inspiration for the Valhalla Collection. Thor, named after one of the most famous of the Norse gods, will have the god’s symbolic hammer embossed on the bottle, and is presented in a beautifully carved wooden display case reminiscent of the bow of a traditional Nordic boat.
A rich amber hue, the new Highland Park Thor has an aromatic, smoky nose, with spicy, heady notes of antique copper, stewed plums, and golden syrup. Dry on the palate with hints of vanilla, blackberries, fresh mango, peach and cinnamon, the finish lingers with an ephemeral whisper of sweet vanilla. Thor has been bottled at sixteen years of age and at the natural cask strength of 52.1% ABV.
It’s all yours for $245.00