Wednesday, January 21, 2015

SUNDAY HALF PRICE BOOKS MINI-HAUL: CLONE WARS VOL. 9 + "FISHTOWN" HARDBACK COMIC BOOK OF THE JASON SWEENEY CASE

I haven't read any of the Clone Wars graphic comic books, so I started with the last volume first (#9: "Endgame").  Once I'd caught a few frames of Master Luminara in the Episode III battle pre-"Order 66" on the Wookiiee planet, I hollered "Bitch I'm sold!" - worth my time reading it!  And HPB had at least one copy each of the first 8 volumes, and will eventually get around to those.


I knew of the "Fishtown" graphic comic book but had never seen it in any stores until yesterday.  By a local Philadelphia-area artist, it details the Jason Sweeney case from a few years ago.  Sweeney is lured by a girl he liked into a secluded area in which three other boys who he thought were his friends beat him to death and beyond recognition.  It's 118 pages, hardback and some unique artwork - several steps above what you see in these 20 page serial killer case comics.



Here's that Jason Sweeney segment from Killer Kids:

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Sunday, January 18, 2015

AWESOME NEWS FROM NALINI KRISHAN AKA BARRISS OFFEE

New message from Nalini Krishan's Facebook page - stop by and show some love to everyone's favorite fallen Padawan of Master Luminara ;) :

"I'm on a billboard...for the Australand shoot I did"

Nalini Krishan: Facebook (click here)




"THIS IS NOT THE **FIRST** TIME YOU HAVE PROVEN TO BE CLUMSY."

THAT'S the good stuff.  Strangling Dooku like a chicken from light years away.  Sounds like fun, now let ME try.  But not on Dooku!

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Too bad the Lost Missions "season" DVD set didn't include shit much for extras, just a short feature on disc 3 I think.  

Friday, January 16, 2015

JUST WHEN I THOUGHT I'VE SEEN EVERYTHING

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I hope to Mumm-Ra that I don't have to be taking any form of public transportation once my relocation is finalized.

This is just going beyond bizarre.  Twilight Zone territory.

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

USHI's HILARIOUS INTERVIEW WITH SHEILA, VALERIE AND HELEN OF THE THREE DEGREES

Ushi got more honest answers to "personal questions" out of The Three Degrees than she has some of the younger singers she's interviewed, like Geri Halliwell and Adele.  


"Set Me Free" 
[1980 - produced by Giorgio Moroder]


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