Everyone stop! I’ve got water in my shoe.
When I was eight, I wrote a story about an oversized chimpanzee that attacked our nation’s capital. The ape was relatively successful in its conquest, leveling much of the city, before it was felled by a rather supplied resistance…and an unfortunate fall from the Washington Monument.
Was I aware at the time I essentially copied “King Kong?” No, I was eight. And had not seen the movie by that point, but that’s neither here nor there. I was very creative in my youth.
When I first heard about “Pacific Rim,” I immediately thought back to that story. Not so much the similarities, but because the story seemed like something only a child could create. Continue reading
Strap on your finest leather jacket and warm up your vocal chords, dear readers, for today we go back in time to 1980’s Los Angeles. Continue reading
Leave it to Joss Whedon to give you something so fantastically, outrageously out of this world. Continue reading