Friday, August 7, 2009

Pulp From The Past And Pulp For The Future

If I may point out B-Sol's excellent Pulp Covers Blog, because my next two big projects will involve pulp. One story that is already finished for the next issue of Astonishing Adventures Magazine and one that is about a third of the way through for the issue after that...which will be the biggest issue ever in terms of pages and pulpy goodness.

So, from Pulp Covers.blogspot-

Way before The Transformers and Robosaurus, was this fella. The problem was that he was a little too far ahead of his time and his creators couldn't compensate for his, er, "hydraulic problems." Micro chips and Viagra came decades too late to prevent the carnage.

Out of all the tongs and triads, the Lap Cheong Triad were the most feared on both sides of The Pacific. Though most of their fiercest rivals could withstand the normal tortures, the Lap Cheong would show the lost audition film of an inebriated Curly Howard reading Shakespeare...nude. The results are so horrific that, well...

If I have to tell you, it's already too late; you don't tug on Superman's cape, and you don't cut in line in front of The Missus.

As cappuccino machines got more and more sophisticated, and more and more intelligent, the inevitable happened.


SkylersDad said...

"probed" by a cappuccino machine is not my idea of a good way to go.

Cormac Brown said...

Sky Dad,


The worst part of waking up
Is a cappuccino machine probing your cup?