I always have a hard time describing my music tastes. They're erratic. They're all over the place. They're dictated by whatever mood I'm in from moment to moment. I have dubstep days and j-pop days and classical days and post-hardcore days. Whatever it is I'm feeling, I listen to it. I don't think I'm alone … Continue reading Music in the moment
Die You Doughnut Bastards! by Cameron Pierce The first Bizarro book I read was Cameron Pierce's 'Lost in Cat Brain Land'. It was November 2010, and I was captivated by this collection of short, surreal stories. Two years later, I have read his latest collection that displays Cameron's transformation into a wizard of the short … Continue reading Absurd shorts and tasty treats: Die You Doughnut Bastards!
They passed a law three years ago that outlawed the destruction or burial of dead cats. They said it was because cat heaven was full. Because of the popularity boom from the internet days. As a result, the taxidermy business is thriving, and dead cats stare us down from everywhere. The best taxidermists turn the … Continue reading Blueberry Cat-Shake
I read a fair bit in 2012. Mostly manga. Some of it was really trashy manga I bought for one dollar or two dollars, or something ridiculous like that. But I also read some awesome manga. Some of my all-time favourites: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Fullmetal Alchemist, Biomega. Tekkon Kinkreet and Claymore … Continue reading Best reads of 2012
Yeah, that's right. There are two new Carlton Mellick III books out now. A novel and a short story collection. And they're both awesome. Cuddly Holocaust: Brutally fantastic There was a time not too long ago where I thought Carlton Mellick's best work was his older stuff. Stories like Satan Burger, Fishy Fleshed, and The Egg … Continue reading New Mellick! Cuddly Holocaust/Hammer Wives