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The way of the cartoonist is a lonely one. Hours alone, hunched over your drawing board, plumbing the depths of your soul… and eating snacks. I get by listening to progressive TV and radio shows, like Thom Hartmann, Rachel Maddow, and Stephanie Miller, who has a regular feature called “Tuesdays with Tyler” with Aisha Tyler. She’s an honest-to-geekness zombie-killin’ nerd, plus she played Christopher Walken’s majordomo Mahogany in Balls of Fury, Agent Lana Kane on Archer, and Mother Nature in The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (ok, that last one maybe not as cool). She’s also a stand-up comedian, and she comes up with some crazy phrases on the show. A few weeks ago she was describing how brain surgery patients are awake during surgery, so that if the surgeon touches the wrong part of the brain, they yell “BOOGEDY BOOGEDY CHEESE!” The hosts of The Stephanie Miller have been touring in The Sexy Liberal tour, and for weeks they’ve been saying on the radio show that someone should make a t-shirt with the phrase, so I finally did it. I’ve been trying to contact them via email, Facebook, and Twitter, but no reply. I hope when they find out they’re happy, and not pissed.
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From Memory-Alpha.org: “Captain Picard Day was an annual event held aboard the USS Enterprise-D for the ship’s school children. Activities included a contest, judged by Captain Jean-Luc Picard himself, in which the children created paintings and models of the captain. Picard was himself not very fond of the event, as he generally did not respond well to children.”
Frankenstein is not very fond of the event either. He was visiting a friend on the set the day of filming, and was pulled in to play an extra in a scene in the Klingon High Council. He was quickly asked to leave when he loudly criticized the script. Also the actress playing Lursa accused him of leering at her cleavage.
Edit: Hello visitors from Trekmovie.com! Please click on Franky’s big head (upper left) and check out our comics. It isn’t the hopeful vision of the future that Star Trek is, it’s more a dreadful vision of the present- lightened up with sexiness and monsters.Thank you Trekmovie.com for the link. I may hate Abrams-Trek, but I still love you.
The HORROR-fully geektastic site Strange Kids Club has lost it’s mind and interviewed ME! Find out info on the genesis of F.S., and more icky personal info than you ever wanted to know.
What is SKC about you ask?
“Strange Kids Club is a daily dose of adolescent enthusiasm for your inner child. An online hub for assorted strange, geeky and otherwise nostalgic content; Strange Kids Club features articles on video games, comics, unbelievably cool toys, exclusive interviews and movie reviews.”
There is so much cool horror stuff and general geekery, it will suck the hours from your life like some kind of internet vampire. After you read my interview, click around if you dare- and prepare to fall into the hole!
Please check out my interview here! Thanks, Rondal!
M.O.P. stands for MORBIDLY OBESE PUG. Yes, it’s just a cute, cuddly, squishy, sweet pup. Sure, it can’t fetch a stick, solve mysteries, or stack huge sandwiches- in fact, it kind of needs help to do it’s ‘business”- but it’s a great stress reliever, and it’s always pretty much where you leave it.
Look out for M.O.P. in the next comic.