One of the most well known mascots in “Old School Magic,” is the Stuffy Doll, created by Richard Thomas. It was on the art for Black Vise, Cursed Rack, The Rack, Leshrac’s Rite, and Wall of Wonder long before it came out as its own card on Oct. 6, 2006 in the Time Spiral set.Declassify >
The Great Allentown Comic Con’s 5th Anniversary Show was this past weekend and I was there. I had three things in mind, buy some things to read either comic book or just book, buy some art and hear Nichelle Nichols speak. And I was successful on all three fronts.
So, why bury the lead, the last thing I did during my infiltration was go to a panel where Nichelle Nichols did a short 40 minute Q & A, it was fantastic! She is a fascinating woman. She spoke of the vision of the future that Gene Roddenberry had and of her fellow actors, directors and the new and old Trek.Declassify >
This interrogation was an easy one. But it appears, after all the questions were answered, we still don’t know Chris. He appears to be, to quote an old movie, “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.” Perhaps we may never know the real Chris, but this is a good start.Declassify >
From video games to television, science and technology to the spy, and even a glimpse of the fantastic, here are five pieces from deviantArt.com that are simply extraordinary.Declassify >
Commissioned artist for CBS. Aspiring astronaut. Potential vampire.
There’s a lot to learn about graphic designer Ryan Lynn, as you’ll find in the following interrogation, like how his weekends are spent recharging his batteries and how his day job, at 4O1! Creative, provided him his first foray into the world of Agent Palmer.Declassify >