Monthly Archives: April 2010

Delayed Bonding

As much as I was tepid on Quantum of Solace, it was a heck of a lot better than most of the scripts Brosnan got. Now, because MGM is going tits up, we don’t know when we’ll see the next … Continue reading

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Meet Your McDoom!

I’m not going to comment on the article (though this is an interesting post for those following the election in Sudan), what I want to point out is the author’s name: Ophera McDoom. Totally ripping that off for my next … Continue reading

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Meandering Around the Map

I just put up a post over at SEP regarding delays in the serial fiction/novel Dark Horizons. I mention it here, because it talks about the writing process. I used to try to be a “seat of my pants” writer. … Continue reading

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A Peace of the Action

I’ve been listening to some lectures about the history of warfare, and—more particularly—the effect of warfare on history, or the lack there of. What is fascinating is that in the first urbanizations in the Old World (Uruk) and the new … Continue reading

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Loving Cap

And in the role of Captain America’s hot girlfriend, Hayley Atwell. I’ll wait while most of you try to figure out who the heck that might be. Google image search is your friend. There’s other casting news, all on Collider … Continue reading

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Whedon Assemble!

I dig Iron Man, I’m waiting patiently for Iron Man 2 and Thor, and I am at least happy with Chris Evans as Captain America. What if Joss Whedon directs the Avengers? I honestly don’t know. I would say I … Continue reading

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Green Zone: A Review

The other afternoon, the wife and I got the chance to see the first movie together in a theatre since Serenity. The children have put a damper on our social life together, but we finally have local friends who are … Continue reading

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Sword Noir Fatality

Over at Sword’s Edge Publishing, I’ve revealed the huge gaping hole in my definition of sword noir—that being the lack of the femme fatale. I’m not going to re-write everything I wrote over there, but considering that women are often … Continue reading

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