I suppose I ought to write something here. I wouldn't want you to think that I was an enormous, sentient computer from the Andromeda galaxy merely masquerading as a human to lull your suspicions until the time when my armada of conquering robot arachno-weasels reach Earth. No, that wouldn't do at all.

So. The basics. I'm a mid-forties, tall-looming, book-reading, cat-serving, Michigan-living, cheese-eating, beard-lacking data warehouse analyst and fiction writer--see my website, GaryWOlson.com for more information on the 'writer' part, and for news about my dark fantasy novel Brutal Light.

In addition to posting (and reblogging) pictures and items I find amusing, I also have entries from my blog on my main site crossposted here. I'm also on Twitter and Facebook and Google+ and heaps and heaps of other places. See any page of my site on the right-side column under the "Me on the Intertubes" heading.

I am not a taco.

 

Buried Badasses: The Forgotten Heroines of pre-Code Comics

saladinahmed:


One could spend the rest of one’s life digging through the astonishing archive that is www.digitalcomicmuseum.org. This remarkable resource — free full-issue scans of hundreds of public domain comic books from the 1930s-1950s — gives comics fans a raw glimpse of the ‘Golden Age,’ an age…

notpulpcovers:

The Vibrator Of Death
Before my eyes the gentle sway of the huge vibrator had become a jerking shake. I could not make out Denbaule’s expression as she swished back and forth in shorter and shorter arcs. She shrieked…
Illustration by Frank R. Paul for Amazing Stories Quarterly Spring 1928

notpulpcovers:

The Vibrator Of Death

Before my eyes the gentle sway of the huge vibrator had become a jerking shake. I could not make out Denbaule’s expression as she swished back and forth in shorter and shorter arcs. She shrieked…

Illustration by Frank R. Paul for Amazing Stories Quarterly Spring 1928

arcaneimages:

o_O

"I poop candy!"Dammit… now I have to get a different catchphrase.

arcaneimages:

o_O

"I poop candy!"

Dammit… now I have to get a different catchphrase.

Must… find…

Edit: an “alternate reality movie poster” by Sean Hartter. Movie doesn’t really exist. Damn.

Must… find…

Edit: an “alternate reality movie poster” by Sean Hartter. Movie doesn’t really exist. Damn.
tragedyseries:

My apologies for the delay on this posting. I was caught up in adventures of my own and I wanted to be sure that each of you might have the opportunity to test your metal with this handy diagram before venturing forward on perilous endeavors. Best of luck, dear readers

tragedyseries:

My apologies for the delay on this posting. I was caught up in adventures of my own and I wanted to be sure that each of you might have the opportunity to test your metal with this handy diagram before venturing forward on perilous endeavors. Best of luck, dear readers