Monday, October 31, 2011

Web Comic I Found

Dunno if anyone else had blogged about this, as I don't get around to the blogs too much, but I found this web comic that's pretty interesting.

From Greg Rucka, who's done work on such comics as The Punisher, and Rick Burchett, who's done work on DC's all ages line, such as Batman: The Brave And The Bold, comes Lady Sabre and the Pirates of the Ineffable Aether

Set in the world known as The Sphere, it's an empty open sky, dotted with lands of different sizes that seem to float in mid air. The story has everything you'd expect in a Steampunk adventure. Fantastical weapons, swordfights, airships, and lots of fun.

Full details are available in the About section of the web comic. So far, they're a few pages into the second part of the story, so it's not too late to read it from the beginning. And just to give you a taste, here's an image, featuring Lady Sabre, Marshal Drake, and his assistant, Drum, along with a few of the floating lands and Lady Sabre's airship.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Another Of Fuzzball's Musical Interludes

For those fans of Doctor Who that loved David Tennant's tenure on the show, this one's for you. David Tennant, Billie Piper, Freema Agyeman, Catherine Tate, Bernard Cribbins, John Barrowman, John Simm, an Ood, a Sontaran, EVERYBODY who worked on the show, and just for good measure......The Proclaimers......No really.

Hey, It's Not Too Late To Head To New York Before Halloween....

You can go to the Steampunk Haunted House. With the theme "Through The Looking Glass". There's no gore involved, but it's been reported as being a very unique experience

Of course, if you're more interested in having the schnitzkins scared out of you, then perhaps you'd go to the other side of the US and head to The Queen Mary's Dark Harbor, in Long Beach, California. Three mazes on board the ship, two mazes off shore, 160 monsters, all the special effects you can handle and pyrotechnics that might make Tensai Hilra say, "Wow, that's almost impressive by my standards".

Happy Halloween, Gang.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

This.....Actually Sounds Promising

Will Wright, legendary game designer and creator of The Sims, has now joined the Linden Lab board of directors.

It sounds promising for SL's future. Depending, of course, on what the company's direction is. Hopefully, he'll be able to take a hands on approach with the virtual world and give input on what to do to improve it. With the talk of introducing NPC's to the game, I think he's the perfect man for them to seek out and get tips.

Plus, anyone who forms a company called "Stupid Fun Club" is ok in my book.

For further info, check out New World Notes story, here

Also, Will Wright's biography can be found on the Linden Lab site here