Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Infinity Inc TPB Vol. 02 The Bogeyman

I received 6 of these in the mail today, it's actually my first trade paperback/graphic novel. I'm gonna sign it, to me.

"Written by Peter Milligan; Art by Pete Woods, Matt Camp and Max Fiumara; Cover by Pete Woods
Features issues #6-10 of the acclaimed series spinning out of the events of 52! Spotlighting the metahuman team Lex Luthor created, this trade paperback includes guest appearances by Superman and Batman as Infinity Inc. get team costumes and face a crazed killer!

DC Universe | 128pg. | Color | Softcover | $14.99 US | ISBN 9781401219581

On Sale December 31, 2008"

Things From Another World
Or support your local comic shop.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Portland Snow

I love the snow, but Portland isn't really a town that can handle it. Thank God I work at home.

Just in case you need an example.

Google Map of video location.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Mr. Helpful

Just got back from a plane trip and found this image in the aircraft safety information fold out and thought it was funny. The idea of a man running away after something as horrific as a plane crash instead of helping is priceless.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Flintstones Bedrock City

When I was about 10(?) my family took a road trip to Yakima, Washington to visit my grandparents and we took the long way, hitting the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Hoover Dam, and Idaho. We also stopped at Flintstones Bedrock City, easily the creepiest place I've ever been.

It's basically a homemade theme park with a backdrop consisting of absolutely nothing as far as the eye can see, just the sound of the wind, and it felt like I was on the moon. When my family showed up we were the only people in the park so the emptiness was amplified, that coupled with the warbled voices that would play when you pushed a button to make Fred talk, made for a pretty strange experience. Here's some background info.

"Bedrock City stands out on a flat, windy, rocky plain south of the Grand Canyon. Built in 1972, it originally had a live Fred & Barney like the Custer Bedrock -- but the isolation of the site and the lack of local workers quickly made that impractical. All of the buildings -- post office, jail, beauty parlor, houses -- are barren, except for a few sturdy concrete items and worn out pieces of junk. They're painted in garish colors with Kelly Moore paints. Still, this Bedrock is far from extinct. The Fredmobile tram loops through a volcano and the Bedrock Theater plays cartoons; audio is broadcast over loudspeakers. U-B-The-Flintsones photo cutouts are available for treasured video and pix mementos."

Here's some pictures I've picked up on the internet, I plan on going back someday and taking some of my own. But the Google map is priceless, you can see what looks like an abandoned airstrip and then the blur of land, because I guess google didn't want to waste bandwidth.

Saturday, March 15, 2008


Well these are pretty damn cool. They actually look like the Eastman/Laird turtles for once.


Thursday, March 13, 2008

Shameless Self-Promotion

Caught this today and it made me smile. But for the record Pete is going to kick ass on Infinity, I'm glad I wasn't following him.

"Shit, man, I am going to miss Max Fiumara's art, actually--although Matt Camp's work on issues six and seven has me asking, why isn't he taking over the book? His stuff is crisp and clean and really fantastic."


Thursday, February 28, 2008

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Some Pages from Infinity Inc. #6

So the book will be out soon and I was urged to post some pages, love ya Pete, so here they are. I'm really curious to see how they look in color.