Monday with Hayley Mills: More Like Incredible Table Amirite
You leave me no alternative, but to introduce two of my “associates”. Bruno is almost blind, has to operate wholly by touch. Klaus is a moron who knows only what he reads in the New York Post.
Watched the 1984 opus Top Secret! the other day and was disappointed that I couldn’t find a copy online of that newspaper Klaus was gripping. I’m almost as a big a fan of Olivia Neutron Bomb as I am of Hayley Mills so I made my own for fans to use as they see fit.
And hey, that Kilmer kid could sing. Wonder whatever happened with that?
E=MC2: "Liberal Claptrap"
DC/Warner flogging Man of Steel to churces
Leaked PowerPoint slide describing how the government’s NSA data mining PRISM program works.
Two-page spread for Miss Masque from Exciting Comics #52 (November 1946). Credited to Lin Streeter.
From The Man in the Convertible published in Romantic Story #31 (March 1956). Art and story uncredited.
“You jerk-offs, you popped my yogurt!” Rocky, from Ron Goulart’s 1977 Challengers of the Unknown novel. Cover artist uncredited.
PULP WONDER WOMAN
-The New Paradise-
The space-suited figure was terribly heavy to carry but Diana dared not lighten the burden by removing the protective suit the man wore. Breaking the seal on the visitor’s helmet and exposing the rocket ship pilot to the atmosphere could prove fatal, or worse. Much had changed in the world in the century since the corpse of the Zerodark slammed into the world from outer space and transformed the world of mankind forever.
Diana spared a glance back over her shoulder at the vast, horizon-spanning bulk of the creature that destroyed much of the old world so many years ago by dying within the pull of the Earth’s gravity. She could still detect the wisp of gray smoke from the destroyed rocket curling upwards through the sky, visible against the cracked, dark blue chitinous armor of the Zerodark. An hour’s walk distant from the rocket and Diana could yet hear the hungry screams of the alien fauna drawn to seek prey by the noise of the rocket crash.
For a moment an exhausted Diana considered abandoning the unconscious pilot to the mercies of the strange plant and animal life that was borne to earth by the ill-timed death of the moonlet-sized creature. Living within its flesh, both hostile parasites and beneficial microbes were set free from their usual world of thick shell to attack and twist the Earth. But leaving the pilot to a horrible fate was a consideration that was, at most, fleeting. The spaceman represented hope for her people. He was from a time no one was old enough to recall and surely held secrets of science that Diana and the rest of the survivors could only dream of. The remains of humanity would need this man’s help in the quest to rebuild the world into a new paradise for them all.
- Eye of the Zerodark-