Anthony Scott Burns short films teases us a with blend of crime drama and sci-fi. It could be something out of Fringe except we’re left to piece things together – even more so than usual. Time for another? Click this teleport link and you’ll be taken over to a randomly selected short film.
Archives for March 2014
Your mounts are quadruped leeches with shrivelled, underdeveloped forearms and an odour like pickled limes. Having arrived in Thexz, entering through a gateway in the wall of solidified whispers that surround it, and left the mounts in stables, you search out your contact. H’eth is an ex-Aeon Priest who speaks with two voices, one like […]
Did you know all this about Captain America? I think there’s some surprising facts in this collection – at the very least there’s cool facts, timely facts, about the USA’s super soldier.
Directed by Ellen Su and Kyle Moy, Spacebound is a short animation in the aftermath of an explosion. The spacebound character finds himself stranded and with his oxygen about to run out. Does the style of the animation give us any clues to whether a happy ending is incoming or not? Short film fan? Looking […]
There’s a town called Faith in South Dakota. The famous T-rex skeleton that was named Sue was found nearby. This, though, is a different sort of dinosaur. This T-rex is a scrap metal sculpture by the artist/cowboy John Lopez. Via Dakotagraph.
Randall C Ellis is the author of the fantasy RPG Sojourner’s Quest. Geek Native took a look inside the game last year and the post was part of the OSR debate. Fresh out this month are Sojourner’s Moon, Journey Master’s Guide and Sojourner’s Moon, Player’s Guide. Together they are the sci-fi option for Sojourner fans […]
Here we have another unscheduled look at anime series both old and new. In Irregular Reconnaissance I share mini-reviews of anime that’s won my time recently in the hope they’ll help guide your choices. Anime fan too? Found something good to watch recently? Share your thoughts and reviews in the comments below. Arpeggio of Blue […]
Not your usual Stormtrooper? A first time cosplayer was inspired by the steampunk Star Wars works of Bjorn Hurri. I understand why! Hurri’s art is fantastic and has been featured on Geek Native before. This is the piece that the cosplay is based on, I think. Via Fashionably Geek.
Bronze Gods is an Apparatus Infernum novel, the first I think, from the partnership of Ann Aguirre and husband Andres Aguirre (writing as A.A. Aguirre). It’s an interesting set up that mixes a fairy/fantasy setting with steampunk. The exact mythology and lore isn’t spelt out in painstaking detail, it is hinted at through dreams and […]
The grim imagination of a little girl as she listens to a story from her grandmother. Mauricio Abril’s “A Gotham Fairytale” is an animatic that brings on the win for Muse fans as well as Batman fans. There’s over 200 different black and white illustrations. Short film fan? Use this teleport link and the site […]