WHAT. IS. UP!?!?! It’s Friday and we’re coming to you hard and fast like bullet to your ear holes! Join your hosts Robert, Matt, and The David as they regale you with their tales of comic book conventions, old people punk shows, and… car buying? Yeah, we’re old, but you keep listening every week, so what does that say about you?? Slip into something nude and uncomfortable, knock back a bottle of moonshine, and let your inner ear be tongue tickled by the talented trio know as Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Looks like we started the new year in true MITC style by failing to even get through the first month with consistent episodes. Sure, maybe Robert was practically dying, but he could have fought through the sickness and manned up to record! Alas, We are returnededed this week, mostly healthy and super-amped to bring you a brand new episode! Join your hosts Matt and Robert this week as they delve into the world of fever-dreams, Stormtroopers, and bullshit phrasology (totally a word). Pack your ears with cotton, because they might actually bleed this time as you listen to a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
It seems that Día de los Muertos has steadily been growing in popularity over the last few years and with good reason. The holiday is both merry and macabre, a celebration of the dead by the living. It’s a beautiful sentiment marked by beautiful art.
The huge “Disney buys LucasFilms” news this week inspired me to search out the raddest Día de los Muertos: Star Wars Edition I could find. My search stopped the moment I laid eyes on John Karpinsky‘s work. Click through to see his amazing art. Continue reading
I truly had every intention to actually produce some sort of original content for the site this week then I saw this and I just HAD to share it. Artist, Denis Medri, has taken George Lucas’ Star Wars characters and stuck them smack dab in the middle of a John Hughes movies… or Back to the Future as in the case of Luke. When I saw these it blew my mind, what a clever spin on characters that every geek has seen a thousand times!
After a little looking around his Deviant Art page I saw that this isn’t the first time Mr. Medri has taken beloved characters and completely re-imagined them. He’s taken the Justice League and made them western, Spider-man as Steampunk, Rockabilly Batman characters, and his take on The Avengers in a fantasy setting! Fantastic stuff. Take a look around his page, you won’t be disappointed.
Now though check out the rest of the Star Wars crew.