What New Myths Are Ahead?

Beowolf was written at a crossroads between ages. The characters in the poem straddle both pagan and christian values and struggle with their inconsistencies. It was a product of ages of dynamic oral storytelling translated into a medium that while more permanent, ceased to be as meaningful to later generations. Verbal lore could be adapted […]

Landscape of Castle City

Castle City Rises

Imagine you’ve lived isolated in a tiny biodome since you were born and after you leave your home for the first time to explore, you wander through a forest of sickly trees and come upon a technological marvel, hovering precariously over the ruins of a previous age, on the outer edges of a frozen tundra. Welcome […]

Gravity Falls No More!

Stephen Byrne  melted both of my hearts with this Gravity Falls / Doctor Who mashup.  Doctor Who is what first inspired me to want to be a creative person and Gravity Falls has been an endless source of joy and my most trusted muse over the last year. Check out more of Stephen’s stuff here! I […]

Geriatric Flash

Flash is on assisted living these days, but back when it was young and spry it knew a trick or two.  I have love for Flash, especially back in the day when it was owned by Macromedia.  Before I had a computer that was powerful enough to do motion graphics and video, it was my […]