Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Pie Planet 10 The Anniversary

Seeing as Pie Planet was originally spread across three distinct books, book two and book three both start with arcs that are meant to be "clip shows" of the previous books and help readers deal with the increasing importance of the plot. Is this arc a little irrelevant now that that the whole thing is being archived. Yes but here it is anyway. VOLUME II STARTS NOW!


Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Pie Planet 9 The Storm Emperor

To make up for missing last week what with all that hard drive nonsense, here's the entire two-part finale to the first "volume" of Pie Planet. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!


Monday, December 19, 2011

I'm back

Sorry for the little hiatus but the hard drive on my laptop crashed and iPads are not suitable blogging replacements. Everything is mostly good now though and it's time to get back to it. Also, during the blackout I went a little crazy on Twitter so check that out. That's the only real update for today. Actually one more thing. Making videos is hard, so the "Game Baby Dialogues" series I teased a while back probably won't happen, at least for a while. Movement is starting to happen on my projects though so look out for that. Plus, if you get your hopes down, it'll be a pleasant surprise if any Game Baby stuff does happen. That's a good way to view life in general.

Monday, December 5, 2011

So I Saw the Muppets

(The Toy Story short in the beginning of this is worth it just for the puns alone like Tae Kwon Doe, a fighting female deer)

This will be even less of a review than my other "sort of reviews."

Weirdly enough, the first time I remember seeing The Muppets they weren't in their original puppet forms. Instead, I grew up loving the "Muppet Babies" cartoon of all things. Eventually though I learned to love Kermit and company in their original felt forms.

I think part of the appeal of The Muppets, and puppets in general, is that they are like cartoons that actually exist. Kermit is a talking frog who can light a real match. That's that crazy Jim Henson, hippie social change stuff right there.