Cyberdog

11 Feb 19
Cannibal Halfling Gaming

The day has come, and the second supplement for Fantasy Flight Games’ Genesys RPG is out! Shadow of the Beanstalk covers the Android setting, specifically focusing on New Angeles, the Beanstalk space elevator, and the Heinlein lunar colony. As an Android splatbook, the book works perfectly, giving a starting point for running games in the […]

10 Feb 19
Chimera Spoor

“Doobie Do?” I’m referring in my typically idiotic way to doing and being as it pertains to meditation. I haven’t really talked much about meditation in my blog even though I’ve been practicing it for over twenty years now. The kind I favor is vipassana meditation, also known as “insight” meditation, which is all the […]

31 Jan 19
Chimera Spoor

The first part of “The Case of the Renegade Refrigerator” is a lot of dialog between Virtual Man and Zeldoid the Cyberdog. This continues a tradition in comics that starts with Bud Fisher‘s “Mutt and Jeff,” which is considered the first American comic strip. It goes back all the way to 1907. Mutt and Jeff […]

27 Jan 19
Chimera Spoor

I mean, of course, “Rocket-Powered Flying Robot Buzz Saws.” (See posting no. 46 unless you prefer to be baffled.) Virtual Man has finally proved his worth as a superhero (I mean, c’mon, how many super-powered types can change chainsaws to bunnies? Not even the Avengers can do that…well, maybe Dr. Strange. But the good doctor […]

20 Jan 19
Alice Von Wonderland

I know, how does anyone ask me this many questions, let alone being asked the same kind of things more than once, but here we are. I have been asked new things/realised some other things I missed since the last one. We are back to my appearance when I go out. So without further ado, […]

18 Jan 19
de Appendix

Happenings Olwyn Colgan at deAppendix, 30 Ardagh Grove 21st January until 17th March 2019. Olwyn’s art has evolved into a combination of collage, (using found and self-created imagery), combined with paint, inks and pastels. Her practice embodies the belief that art making can enrich life by providing a means of engaging, reflection on, expressing, and […]

17 Jan 19
Holly vs the world

Even though the previous day was nothing but naps, somehow I still slept in. Well at least a sleep in by Kylie’s standards, I think she was itching for me to get my arse out of bed and kick off our Saturday. When I finally emerged around 10 (I call a sleep in past noon), […]

10 Jan 19
Campus Blog

The most common advice I got from everyone, who heard that I was going to spend my semester abroad in London: I shouldn’t forget to bring an umbrella with me. Because everybody knows…it’s aaaaalways raining in London. Otherwise it’s foggy and cold. Getting away from prejudices in London I have to admit that I’ve never […]

07 Jan 19
Believably Outlandish

First Monday of the new year, which means time to shape up this blog and get it more thematically on-track. Unfortunately I am still unwell, so it hasn’t been a busy week – but perhaps that works better for the first test of the new format.  The weather has been very unpredictable so I’ve given […]

06 Jan 19
Noah's Abroad Blog

Well, there’s no heat or hot water in my apartment. It’s cold but not unbearable. The maintenance guy came today and couldn’t fix the water. We have the key to an unused apartment on the 7th floor, so maybe I’ll have a warm shower tomorrow. Still no news on the heat. I went with a […]

31 Dec 18
Memesita

I opened a photo studio in downtown Santa Ana, California, with the goal of creating a place conducive to the creation of new artists. Makeup artists, wardrobe designers, photographers, models, painters, musicians and many others came together to create projects that they were passionate about. Every person in this set of photos has a unique […]

29 Dec 18
Chimera Spoor

Hope you are enjoying this holiday season. I certainly am, but I think it’s time for me to “get back to work,” which in my case, is about switching to a different kind of fun: making comics. I’m also continuing to post, bit by bit, the pages from my last comic. Above are the first […]

20 Dec 18
Off-Route Voyager

We have decided to take a one-day London trip with my wife last week. We booked our return train tickets in advance by using Trainline app. We live in Ipswich and it takes roughly 1 hour 15 minutes by train to go to London. Train is usually best way to travel around the country in […]

19 Dec 18
Off-Route Voyager

We have decided to take a one-day London trip with my wife last week. We booked our return train tickets in advance by using Trainline app. We live in Ipswich and it takes roughly 1 hour 15 minutes by train to go to London. Train is usually best way to travel around the country in […]