Here’s my piece for the The Truth Is Out There X Files themed gallery at Meltdown Comics in LA. The opening will be on December 6th, so stop by and check it out in person!
I’m a huge fan of the X Files and had fun combing through the series for an ideal moment to capture. This piece references one of my favorite moments from the series in the season 7 episode “All Things”. I initially liked the episode because of its style and tone, and its themes of buddhism and the collective consciousness. I later realized this episode was actually written and directed by Gillian Anderson herself, so those thematic and stylistic choices I dug so much came from her (including the use of Moby’s “The Sky is Broken” in this scene).
Finally, I apologize if the lettering on the apothecary sign doesn’t say anything (or says something nonsensical). I copied the characters as best I could from the screen shot, but I don’t actually know how to read or write them.
Guys I usually sit on the sidelines with this stuff but I just want to go on record that Soft Bagel is my favorite RC9GN fandom meme thus far. Here is is a quick doodle to show my appreciation for your important contributions to society.
Like Steven Universe? Like his dad, Greg?
Greg’s voice actor, Tom Scharpling, hosts a brilliant, hilarious live radio show every Tuesday on the legendary freeform radio station WFMU in New Jersey. It’s called The Best Show on WFMU, and you can listen live, right now! (9pm - 11pm eastern)
The sad news is there are only a few episodes left. The show is ending after 13 years on December 17th, so listen live while you still can!
Everyone’s talking about all the full on songs with words and junk from Steven Universe, but really I just want an EP of all the RPG/anime sounding instrumental background music.
*Update: Thanks for pointing out that a handful of these songs are already online here, linked via Steven Crewniverse.
RSVP page for Rick and Morty Screening, for IHEARTCOMIX and Adult Swim
If you’re in the LA area, GO TO THIS! This show will blow your mind, and you can see it before anyone else! It’s like gazing into the future! Not only that, but you can see it at the truly lovely comedy venue Largo at the Coronet!
Plus, see a bonus live Harmontown podcast for you crazy demanding kids! Wasn’t the free cartoon enough for you? Fine, take this podcast!
I did character color on this show, so make sure to admire all the colors on the characters.
What do you want from me? Go see it! Don’t even trip, dog!