Alan Moore tackles script writing for the first time in Act of Faith

If Alan Moore has been anything to Hollywood in the last fifteen years, it’s been an unconscionable bastard, especially when it comes to adapting his works into films. He’s dissed and distanced himself from pretty much every movie that has been adapted from from his books. V for Vendetta, The Watchmen and The League OfContinue reading “Alan Moore tackles script writing for the first time in Act of Faith”

Second Friday Mesa Artwalk makes for an exciting night out

For any Valley residents who have never taken a walk down Main Street in Mesa, it can be a charming experience when done properly. The Second Friday Mesa Artwalk event can show you how. On the second Friday of every month, local artists and craftsmen set up booths along the street to showcase and sellContinue reading “Second Friday Mesa Artwalk makes for an exciting night out”

What if Indiana Jones had his own Saturday morning cartoon.

It isn’t often we get to showcase amazing artist, but these images (via Firstshowing.net) done by cartoonist Patrick Schoenmaker are so clean and well conceived that I have no doubts that if this was a real television show, provided the writing was good, it would be a bonafide hit! But then theirs the whole LucasContinue reading “What if Indiana Jones had his own Saturday morning cartoon.”

Gallagher in slow motion…I almost shed a tear.

In what can easily be described as one of the best Vimeo uploads I have ever seen, this video of comedian Gallagher blew my mind for two reasons, the music of Caribou and Gallagher swinging a large flaming mallot! The project was done by multi media team Fiction who worked with the camera company Miro┬átoContinue reading “Gallagher in slow motion…I almost shed a tear.”

TUNE book 1: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim delivers science fiction, fun and honesty unlike anything I’ve ever read

First Second Publishing has gone and done it again. This time they’ve teamed up with graphic novelist and artist Derek Kirk Kim (Fables, 1001 Nights Of Snowfall) for this funny, yet sometimes dark, inter-deminsional coming of age story. TUNE is a sci-fi slice-of-life romantic comedy adventure of interdimensional proportions. When art school drop-out Andy GoContinue reading “TUNE book 1: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim delivers science fiction, fun and honesty unlike anything I’ve ever read”

Tech Watch creator Radi Lewis Kickstarts for a Tech Watch animated series

A couple of months ago we did a review on Tech Watch, a Surprise, AZ based comic book written by Radi Lewis and illustrated by Ernesto Vicente and Mike Borromeo. The book is an action packed tech heavy story of espionage and robots. Well I’m happy to announce that they’ve created a kickstarter to turnContinue reading “Tech Watch creator Radi Lewis Kickstarts for a Tech Watch animated series”

M.I.T.N.G reviews the new science fiction anime short “PostHuman”

  While researching PostHuman on the internet I ran into a ton of movies/web series all bearing the same name and I thought, that must be frustrating as a filmmaker. To know you might not have the dot com or the facebook url is sometimes a death sentence, but upon further inspection of these filmsContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G reviews the new science fiction anime short “PostHuman””

Van She goes off the beaten path for their new video “Jamaica”

I just started listening to Van She about a week ago and now I’ve added them to my collection of outstanding Calypso Pop bands in my repertoire. Van She hails from Sydney Australia where they formed back in 2002. They exploded on the scene in 2005 with their self titled ep Van She on Modular.Continue reading “Van She goes off the beaten path for their new video “Jamaica””

Grimes channels her inner harajuku for “Genesis” video

In keeping with her weird Drama Club chick persona, Canadian electronica artist Grimes has added another slightly random video to her list of random videos. This ones for her latest single “Genesis” and it’s definitely going the way of the raving Japanese cosplayers. She’s still delivering the youthful tunes we’ve come to love from theContinue reading “Grimes channels her inner harajuku for “Genesis” video”

Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculptures take on a new life in this amazing short

Not to long ago I had the pleasure of watching Theo Jansen’s TED talk about these kinetic animals of his. He offered us a look into what a man made, self sustaining and environmentally friendly creature looks like. By blending his love for engineering, science fiction and animals he’s been able to wow us withContinue reading “Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculptures take on a new life in this amazing short”