Concept Trailer for NUMBER 13

“Robert Love and David Walker, the creative team that brought you NUMBER 13, have entered into a partnership with a production company to develop a live-action version of the comic. The result of that deal is an amazing proof-of-concept trailer produced by Steve Petersen and Sean Owolo, that everyone hopes will lead to a production…

What You Don’t Know, Believe the Ghetto Knows

I’m really a fan of Ibi Zoboi‘s work. I love her writing, the lens through which she tells stories. I appreciate the way Zoboi juxtaposes the magic inherent in the world with the reality of life as an immigrant, the child of immigrants, and how hard it is to live within that culture while wanting to, simultaneously,…

Stumbled Upon: The Silent City

In order to supplement my more substantive posts, I’m creating a new series called Stumbled Upon, where I point you all to interesting tidbits of the internet that I’ve found while compulsively browsing online at work in my extensive journeys online. This Stumbled Upon comes from Aker: Futuristically Ancient’s Otherworldly Videos series. The Silent City is a webseries…

The Welcome Back Post: A Brother’s Stay in Beckyville

Hello, Good People! After three years and countless adventures, I’m finally done with graduate school. I was finding it difficult to maintain my stunning twitter persona and write a capstone paper at the same time. But now it’s over, and after ample downtime, I’ve decided to return to my baby the blog. And what better…

Lights Left on Our Path

When a great (wo)man dies, for years the light (s)he leaves behind him her, lies on the paths of men us all. I mangled that Longfellow quote for a reason. Anne McCaffrey, Myth-maker and one of the direct influence of my childhood fantasy worlds has died. From NPR: Her books — particularly the iconic Dragonriders…