Now that my hand has been de-splinted, I can actually type and write in my own style again.
First, I am sad to announce I did not move on in the Geek & Sundry vlog search competition. However, I am happy to announce that means Slipstream: The Pulp Culture Vlog can and will continue without the PG-13 only rating. My language will remain clean (as it does here), but I can freely cover more controversial content like exploitation films, how fantasy features influenced the field of psychology, and “x”ist critiques of science fiction. It’ll be a hoot. No holds barred. Anything goes! The new episode is filming tomorrow and hopefully going up Tuesday. The thumb injury stopped me from doing a one night turnaround this week.
Second, I have all my supplies together to launch my haunting and art series this month. I’m super excited about those. The home haunt vlog will be half tutorial, half document of my 2013 build. I don’t have a title for the haunt yet, but the theme is a haunted night club. The art series is tutorial mixed in with time-lapse art creation.
Third, I will be at Connecticon in Hartford, CT next weekend. I’ll be shooting video there for sure and cosplaying on Sunday (R from Warm Bodies if you must know, I can beat out a good zombie face real quick). If there’s anything you want me to try to cover in my Saturday/Sunday schedule, let me know in the comments below.
Fourth, The Preston Files are imminent. Sketchy Details will have a webcomic again and I couldn’t be happier.
Now here’s the best of June 2013.
- Little Inferno Review
- Slipstream #1: Welcome to Pulp Culture (Behind the Scenes)
- AnimeNEXT: The Worst Convention I’ve Ever Been To
- Frances Ha Review
- The Great Gatsby Review
- Pretty Good for a Girl: Tomb Raider, Lollipop Chainsaw, and the Vision of a Hero
- Slipstream #2: The Cinema of Lovecraft (Behind the Scenes)
- Runaways Vol. 1: Pride & Joy, Wisdom & Sorrow
- The East Review
- Back: The Last Halloween Kickstarter
- Hedwig and the Angry Inch Finally Comes to Broadway
- Much Ado About Nothing Review
- The Bling Ring Review