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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Crypt Zero – Postmortem ramblings about making an indie comic

This is the afterword for Crypt Zero, produced by the writer version of Erik Radvon, and axed from publication by the budget-minded publisher version of Erik Radvon. It is presented here as a companion piece to the comic book. Welcome to the Land of the Living, Crypt Zero All living things share the same plodding […]

All Good Things…

It was the 50th anniversary of Star Trek this past week. I didn’t have much time to revisit it, but all the headlines struck me as I went about my busy adult-life tasks. Star Trek is a live wire topic. Dropping the name alone is like lighting a bonfire, signaling to all that there is […]

The Next Great Retrogaming Machine: Sony’s PlayStation 3

The retrogaming market has grown remarkably in the last decade or so, evolving from a ragtag hobby of sorts among yard sale and flea market scavengers to something approaching mainstream. Retail giant GameStop added “retro classics” to its online offerings last year, and smaller independent shops have also increased their stock of old video games. […]

21st Century Sound and Fury – Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour in Boston

Alternate Title: Reflections from an old dude at Saint Pablo’s Kanye came to Boston last night. It was the most 21st century thing I’ve ever seen. The TD Garden was bursting at the seams with humanity, it’s old 20th century confines ill-equipped for this new century’s offerings- its throngs of people, their passion, their unyielding […]