Tuesday, May 18, 2010

King of the Road series begins | KOTR1 - morning

I'm not sure what else to call this, other than The King of the Road series. I've finally got my hands on the old road kill pictures I drew back in Grade 6, and I am ready to start posting them. So, without further ado - here is the premiere King of the Road comic.

The caption reads: "Why you should never leave your mourning star on the road."

The beauty of this series is I'm going to leave it entirely as is, no censoring, editing, none of that. Just the images as they were drawn back when I drew them. This comic makes perfect sense, if you were to leave a medieval weapon on the street, it would likely ruin a car pretty quick.

Other news:
For my wife | Super Scribblenauts announced

That's right - the classic DS game that lets you literally type in anything into the screen, and then use that item on the board to complete your task is coming out with a sequel. What's going to be different about this version to improve upon the concept of the earlier episode?

You can also create objects with adjectives now, determining your creation's size, color, behavior and other such details.

Multiple adjectives can be combined together to produce incredibly creative objects, such as gentlemanly, flaming, flying zombies and purple, obese, winged elephants, allowing the player’s imagination to run wild for an even more inspired and individual experience than ever before.

Possibilities are even closer to infinite now. We haven't got a specific date for Super Scribblenauts just yet, but you can expect the game some time this falls.

If you liked the first version, which you undoubtedly did if you played it, then you should be super-psyched for its sequel. Sounds awesome.

Fox announces fall lineup | and it sounds better
According to Fox Entertainment head Kevin Reilly, the network will also debut a new family/action series called "Terra Nova," which will chronicle a family's adventures in the time of the dinosaurs.

In addition to the new shows, Fox has confirmed that it will cut the length of "American Idol," trimming the performance shows to 90 minutes and the results shows to 30 minutes. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Reilly revealed that they made the decision based largely on fan feedback.
A show that will have dinosaurs in it AND less American Idol. Sounds much better!

I'm making pizza from scratch tonight for me and friends while we watch Lost. I'm looking forward to it.

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