Author Archives: Pop-Culture Spectrum

Tribute to the Fallen of 2012 – Directors/Producers/Screenwriters

Gerry Anderson (83, dementia complications): While he will go down for creating THUNDERBIRDS, Gerry Anderson offered television history, cult pop culture history, and science fiction history so much more. He was also able to give us SPACE:1999 and SPACE PRECINCT, … Continue reading

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Tribute to the Fallen of 2012 – Comic Books

Richard Alf (59, cancer): A co-founder of what became Comic-Con International, he also ran a successful comic shop as well as mail order service. His contributions to how the comics industry and well, the entertainment industry as a whole can … Continue reading

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A Look at Independent Games that Are My Fancy

Independent video games have tons of soul, but finding ones that truly call to me are difficult.  Finding video games that I want period are difficult, but they do exist.  I generally enjoy point n’ click adventures, third person action … Continue reading

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Tribute to the Fallen of 2012 – Actors/Comedians

For many of these actors and comedians I found it hard to write something that would be meaningful. Their names and a few of their credits or a quick acknowledgment of who they were will be sufficient I feel especially … Continue reading

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A Quick Kickstarter Roundup to start 2013

It has been a long time since I’ve done a roundup of Kickstarter’s that catch my interest.  In the past I’ve done a long roundup of many Kickstarter’s including one’s that I could’nt invest in because of lack of funds.  … Continue reading

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Tribute to the Fallen of 2012 – Literature

Jan Berenstain (88, stroke): Growing up with The Berenstains was an experience in of itself. When Stan died in 2005 it was really tragic, as he was taken by cancer. Luckily Jan and her son took the reigns of the … Continue reading

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Tribute to the Fallen of 2012 – Professional Wrestlers

Doug Furnas (52, heart disease): With his tag team partner Phillip Lafon (aka Dan Kroffat), Doug was one of the most under appreciated and under utilized talents in sports entertainment. While they had seriously success in Japan and were given … Continue reading

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Freedom: A Duo Review of LINCOLN & DJANGO UNCHAINED

America during the time of pre-Civil War and Civil War itself was tumultuous, violent, full of bravery, regime, and the building of a nation that has evolved technologically and lawfully if not spiritually or mentally. The prejudices of the time … Continue reading

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PRIMORDIA Review

What came first? Robots or Man? Was there even Man? Is Robot Man actually Man Robot? Can a Robot wear a Monocle? Can a machine have emotions? Is anyone above the law? Is the law truly the law? If you … Continue reading

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Amnesia Fortnight Follow-Up

With almost a week and a half of work done, over nine days days of streaming footage, six documents of daily work edited by the team at 2 Player Productions and many many Double Fine forum and tumblr posts with … Continue reading

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