I know, shame on us for leaving you guys hanging. We didn’t mean too, but there were so many Ob-stacles in our path, we had no choice. Mainly our editor and visual effects guy going on sabbatical. Now that he’s back we can get this ball rolling a little. That is until this weekend, whenContinue reading “MITNGTV EPISODE 3”

MITNG’S Videos of the Week

WISE BLOOD-RAT Like watching extended footage from a Harmony Korin film, Wise Blood isn’t the freakiest flow I’ve ever heard, but there is something there. Not sure what it is yet, but its good. Unknown Mortal Orchestra That riff at the beginning of this track is well worth the full listen. The video, inspired byContinue reading “MITNG’S Videos of the Week”

Name that soundtrack contest

Wanna get some free MITNG swag??!! Try naming all the movies that these songs come from and you will receive some cool shit. I say cool shit cause I don’t even know what your going to get, that’s amazing! The songs are a mix of television and movies, so take your time, their not easy,Continue reading “Name that soundtrack contest”

MITNG reviews Genius by Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen

Genius is a meditative piece. The central focus of this “day in the life” graphic does not lead to an ultimate resolve, but instead allows the reader to walk away from this compelling work with the tools to place what’s happening in the readers life, at present, in perspective. Or at least that’s what itContinue reading “MITNG reviews Genius by Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen”

There are no heroes in Jonathan Hickman’s The Manhattan Projects

The New Year is on its way, and with it the tenth issue of Image‘s The Manhattan Projects. Written by Jonathan Hickman—known for his other awesome series, The Nightly News—and the up-and-coming Nick Pitarra, this series is a conspiracy theorist’s delight. Check it out: What if the research and development department created to produce the firstContinue reading “There are no heroes in Jonathan Hickman’s The Manhattan Projects”