Um, what the fu… this is a real thing.
These games are the best. Looking forward to this one.
I dreamed that I was part of a modern day Roman forum. We were watching bands play and then theater productions would go on in between. I can’t remember any of the music or plots, but I remember clearing out of the forum to a backstage area where I somehow lost my shirt. There was a lot of medical equipment the further and further I went into the wings. When I finally reached the end of one hallway, I saw a refrigerator and (naturally) checked to see what was inside. I was singing some kind of blues song and was suddenly interrupted by a female voice behind me. I turn around and it’s Ellen Page. She’s writing or drawing in a notebook and tells me, “You’re the coolest person I’ve ever met.” This is all happening nonchalantly and I start to divulge a personal story about how much Pee-Wee Herman meant to me when I was a kid. For me, he was the coolest person I knew. I described the toys I had and the time I took one of my Pee-Wee Herman dolls with me to the hospital when my Mom had my sister. That’s all I can remember.
MTV talked to me about my new @marvel book ROCKET RACCOON! http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1723065/rocket-raccoon-guardians-of-the-galaxy-marvel-comics-skottie-young.jhtml?utm=share_twitter
I’ve been a Scorsese fan for as long as I can remember. It started with Goodfellas and has gone on since then. However, I never got around to watching The Last Waltz, which is the documentary by Scorsese about The Band and their last live performance. I guess part of me never gave it a shot because I just didn’t know enough about the band or was probably just too ignorant to what the film would be like. Needless to say, I finally watched it this week, and it was wonderful. Shot beautifully, edited with little approach to perfection (which worked in this case), and all the cast of characters, including some notable faces (Neil Diamond, Van Morrison, Neil Young), made for an artfully crafted and informative piece of cinema infused with fun music. This has to be my favorite scene from the movie : “The Weight”, watch the camera angles, pans, and attention to detail in the filming, lighting, and music! So damn good!
My first attempt at blood splatter drawings.