“Too smart for animal. Too dumb for hind-legger. What is Vex?” Born a mere frax – a predator beast of the western forests – Vex was the subject of Petrus’ early Vitality Experiments into Shaping flesh. His body and mind both enhanced and damaged, he suffers constant agony. Only the blessings of the Spirit of [...]
Tusedsay, September 17, 2013 My feature film debut was released on DVD & VOD today. Go buy a copy. “Bank Roll”
The Sonnet Series is a challenge to myself, as a voice actor, to read all of Shakespeare’s Sonnets using a different character for each one. The goal is to release a new one every weekday – in no particular order – until I’ve read them all. tl;dr Shakespeare’s sonnets filtered through the mind of a [...]
A huge milestone has been reached. MADtv brought me in to provide them with a Big Bird sound-alike for an animated sketch. I’ll make my television/animation debut April 15th at 8:30 p.m. on Cartoon Network.
During the 2012 Independent Film Festival Season (for lack of a better title), the feature film Bank Roll was voted “Best Dramatic Film” by the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival and “Best California Feature” by the California Film Awards!
I’ve reached an interesting point in my collection of comic books: I’ve fallen seriously behind in reading. Probably a year or so, at least. I didn’t mean to. It started out innocently enough. I couldn’t get to the comic book store for a couple of months (House of Secrets, for those of you who care [...]
Earlier this afternoon, I recalled a peculiar science experiment I had done when I was young and bored one summer. I’m not sure why it popped into my head today. Nothing out of the ordinary was going on; I was outside eating a bit of cheese and *POOF* memory recollection!!! Perhaps it was the cheese. [...]
I’m not using (much) hyperbole when I say that I get winded climbing stairs. It’s what happens to a body when it sits in front of a computer for almost every waking hour. My physical activity level is somewhere between “sedentary” and “coma”. The only reason it’s not entirely “coma” is that I have episodes [...]
Inspired by and in the (attempted) style of The Onion Encouraged by their staff that a trip to a research lab would be beneficial to the campaign and show voters that presidential and vice presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, respectively, weren’t completely against science and education, they agreed to the joint visit. The [...]
I read recently via Slashdot that Google has further refined their searches to even further tailor them to the individual. They’re including results from Google+, specifically from your circles (assuming you’re signed in, which most people are these days). I get the goal (read: targeted advertising based on data collection) but half the fun – [...]