I grew up on hand drawn animation. Every frame was drawn by hand, painted by hand, and hand photographed. From Space Angel, to The Galaxy Trio, Herculoids and beyond, animation […]

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Wormholes. A staple of science fiction that is often used to explain how the characters are able to travel around the universe without having to go into a ton of […]

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If only we could all see the sky like this, we would realize that we are on a little rock in the middle of a universe. And we would realize […]

Suzi Quazar

Suzi Quazar is the product of a lifetime of comic inspiration.  Growing up, I was never really interested in the super powered comics.  Never read Batman, some Superman on occasion. […]

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Quasars.  Cool name ( and a cool Marvel super-hero back in the day) but what are they? Quasar stands for Quasi Stellar Object, and they are the brightest and most […]


[vc_single_image image=”238″ img_size=”full” img_link_target=”_self” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [vc_column_text width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Wow, Saturday already.  Where is time going? I hope these little snippets of work’s in progress are catching your […]

I was checking out the really cool Black Alpha facebook page, when I ran across this cool little video. The Jupiter 2 Lost but not forgotten from william george on […]

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[vc_column width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [/vc_column] [vc_column_text width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Science! Just saying the word brings chills to the youth of today. I mean, how can science compete with “American Idle” […]