G.I. Joe – The Rise of Cobra

I was a bit nervous about this one but if it’s half as cool as the trailer I’m in!

Take note terrorist orginizations. THIS is how you do it. Stealing planes and bombing funerals are for weenies. Underwater bases, submarines shaped like stingrays and giant drill-tanks are where it’s at!

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Banana Panic Comic

Alright! After months of work Banana Panic is finally ready to print and will be free @ Black Cat Comics soon!

Here is a preview (pdf 1.5mb) http://tinyurl.com/cyq3po
Banana Panic Site http://tinyurl.com/covkbp
Black Cat’s website http://tinyurl.com/d9qutg

Thanks to all my friends for being so encourageing. This process has been a blast.

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Baracuda – Where is the Love

I’ve neglected the music section for too long. For those that don’t know, I spent almost 9 years as a part time DJ for clubs, weddings etc, so I’m a huge fan of dance music. While listening to technobase.fm on shoutcast, I heard this remix/dance mix from Baracuda – Where is the Love (only one r in Baracuda).

These are my favorite kind of dance songs, ones where the artist uses recognizable parts of popular songs to make their own song. The sample on this song is from the rockin band Nightwish (whom I love!!!) so it effectively covers the best of both worlds for me. The fact that the singer is good lookin’ doesn’t hurt anything either :). Enjoy!

p.s. After watching more Baracuda, they have more good music:

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I Love Bokko Dancing!

From Wikipeida: Bae Seul Ki is a South Korean pop singer. Educated at Sangmyong University in the areas of drama and cinematography, Bae first debuted in the fall of 2005 as part of the project group The ?? (The Red) with actresses Oh Seung-Eun and Ju So-Young, which allowed her to gain stage experience and fame before her solo debut. Appearing on many variety shows, she became an Internet sensation when she showed her ?? (bokko meaning “old school”) dance on SBS’s Love Letter.

Sign me up for lessons!

The Original

A lesson:

The song “Free Storm”

Daft Punk – Technologic

Digg it, post it, blog it, comment on it.

This is one of my favorite Daft Punk songs but I only recently found this video. Where does one get a creepy, skinless, little kid robot in the first place?

Something Good (Van She Remix) – Utah Saints

While taking a stroll down memory lane on Youtube, I found this remix of one of my favorite 90s songs. It’s almost time to bring the running man back. Enjoy!



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Good Luck – Basement Jaxx

Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe make up the house music duo Basement Jaxx. I’ve loved these guys since “Where’s Your Head At?” (Candidate for creepiest music video of all time).

I like the video for “Good Luck” because it reminds me of the John Carpenter version of “Assault of Precinct 13”. Have a listen!

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12 Stones – Adrenaline

You might know 12 Stones front man Paul McCoy from his work on Evanescence‘s track “Bring Me To Life.” “Adrenaline” was featured in Rambo – Fat guy goes to war. Still a killer song though.



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MC Hammer – 2 Legit 2 Quit

Blast from the past. Everyone remembers U Can’t Touch This, but do you remember this gem? Apparently Hammer was also 2 legit to invest his money wisely.


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M.I.A. – Paper Planes

Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam or M.I.A. is a British singer/songwriter/artist who gained popularity on the internet by file-sharing her early songs.


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