Every once in a while I like to acknowledge the carbon-based life forms I have been sent here to study. Here, then, are some “shouts out”  to some of the beings whose work contributes to the rich tapestry of human life that is so concerning to the Elders of Soltar.

The weirdly prolific Benjamin Hayden recently sent me a pictue of his latest piece of fan art: a Weapon Brony sculpt!


Now, if he will only photograph this toy mounting a Pinkie Pie doll with the eyes whited out so she looks like Anne, I will jizz the Kleenex corporation into it’s best fiscal quarter ever!

(Seriously Ben, you are a sick fuck for making me think such thoughts. I need to Listerine my brain now.)

The crew over at Zaid comics sent me  some art for their cool new project, The Sillhouette, and I want to share it with you. It does not feature ponies, and so I cannot bring myself to spooge all over it, but you know what? That’s not all there is to life!

The Silhouette is a ghost vigilante on  the warpath! His first victim is a Jewish pimp who looks like Ringo Starr, but that doesn’t make him anti-Semitic. I’m sure he’ll beat up Palestinians too! Anyway, dig that groovy fumetti technique! It’s so retro it’s what now will look like tomorrow! I can’t wait to read more of this, and you can’t either! That’s why you are going to friend them on the Facebook!

DRIFT! The word evokes ideas of snow, or my post-college career. But for the cats at DriftComic.com, it is the psychological phenomenon that accompanies light speed travel. What bizarre forms of consciousness will emerge in the star pilots of the future? Drift tells the tale of one such pilot, and tells it beautifully in a lushly painted comic book that should appeal to fans of Ender’s Game, Battlestar Galactica or Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga.


Dat’s some purty artwork! But this comic also comes with an awesome soundtrack CD (featuring illustrated inserts) that you may listen to while you smoke some mushrooms and read the book. I highly recommend Drift, and what I say goes!

This weekend I am going to be slinging floppies at the Rochester Comic-Con! If I don’t see most of you there I am going to <insert what the minority youth say these to colorfully represent an act of violence>!

Alright, back to my surveillance. Peace! Or as the cool folk say, <insert what the minority youth say these days instead of “peace” now that whitey is all over it>.