All war and peace are belong to us.

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If you haven’t heard about Quirk Classics, that probably means you’ve been living under a rock on Mars for a while.  These guys are responsible for the hits Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters.  Well, the latest one to come out from Quirk is the hilariously titled Android Karenina.  It apparently follows Tolstoy’s classic fairly faithfully… except that its lead heroine is not unlike Data from Star Trek.  Personally, I am salivating in anticipation for this robot classic.  Also, I’ve heard some craziness in the rumor mill about an Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.  This book will combine two favorite things: emancipation and vampirism.  How can you go wrong?!

Artist of Week: Joe Peacock

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Artist of the Week is attempting to branch out a bit further and also include Writers and Film Makers. We’ve all heard him as a featured guest on the Pixelated Podcast, this time Joe Peacock is the Featured Writer.  Joe has written two books called Mentally Incontinent. Here’s a short interview with Joe. Be sure to check out his Website.

Featured Writer: Joe Peacock


Tell us a bit about yourself:
Hmm… Not sure what to put here. I’m Joe Peacock from Atlanta, GA. I have lots of cats, love comic books and football, and once ate an entire bag of jet-puffed marshmallows. I can run faster than a cheetah. I once ate a lightbulb. I can backflip over two cars. I know tomorrow’s lottery numbers.

More after the break.

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The armies of Christmas are upon us! – Gift ideas

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As all gifts should be delivered: pyrotechnically

As all gifts should be delivered: with pyrotechnics

Year after year, Christmas season seems to lengthen, like the steady advance of a conquering empire. Someday, I’ve no doubt, it’ll begin in September. And then August. When will the madness end? Will we one day face a year composed solely of anxiously awaiting that one single glorious day? Will all other Holidays fall beneath the ravenous hordes of Santa’s bloodthirsty, glory-seeking elves?

Well, until they do, the ravenous commercial machine knows no respite. To that end, here are some goods to tide any of your friends over who need a few shiny baubles this coming holidays.

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