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SUPEREGO EPISODE 3:7 - Dimello, Webber & Giger
Animation by the amazing Dan Hartshorn.
Wouldn’t it be kiiiiiiinda cool if there was a TV show where there was a lot of stuff like this by these people and everybody involved got paid to do it?
Broadcasting live from the the Marina Del Rey Public Library, it’s the Christmas Womptacular! Join intern Marissa Wompler and her co-host Miss Listler as they welcome special guest Scott Aukerman for a reunion of some of Marissa’s nearest and dearest. Eric Gutterman aka “Gutterballs” will be working the levels, Marissa’s step dad Seth will stop by to shed some light on Marissa’s home life and his time in the ROTC, and Miss Listler will be DJing some of her favorite holiday jamz. Tensions will rise, listener questions will be answered and everyone shares their special Christmas wish. Womp Up The Holiday Jamz!
Delightful! *clink* - Paul
To send the little ones to dreamland and set your radio’s dial to “spooky”.
Bolt the doors, lock your windows and steel yourself for mysterious suspense, in this evenings final feature… Beyond Belief!
Meet Frank and Sadie Doyle, the toast of the upper crust, headliners on the society pages.
And, oh yes, they see ghosts!
Oh boy, do I love this show. After listening to an episode, my head voice sounds like Sadie and Frank mashed together. If I only drank martinis….
I’m thinking a Sparks Nevada might be next. If not him them maybe a bunch of his kiddie fans who shine their astro spurs and don their robot fists before listening to his next great adventure.
In the early years of space flight, both Russians and Americans used pencils in space. Unfortunately, pencil lead is made of graphite, a highly conductive material. Snapped graphite leads and particles in zero gravity are hugely problematic, as they will get sucked into the air ventilation or electronic equipment, easily causing shorts or fires in the pure oxygen environment of a capsule.
After the fire in Apollo 1 which killed all the astronauts on board, NASA required a writing instrument that wasn’t a fire hazard. Fisher spent over a million dollars (of his own money) creating a pressurized ball point pen, which NASA bought at $2.95 each. The Russian space program also switched over from pencils shortly after.
40 years later snide morons on the internet still snigger about it, because snide morons on the internet never know what they are talking about.
I’d been hearing about this Joss Whedon video, and um, IT’S WORTH THE HYPE.
Did I put on an entirely different tuxedo to ask you to donate to the kickstarter that will bring The Thrilling Adventure Hour from stage to film? WELL, IT CERTAINLY SOUNDS LIKE ME, DOESN’T IT.
This is exciting even to type about! One important clarification: we are not scrapping plans for the motion comic. I got carried away, is all. We are just skipping ahead to the movie. I am still not 100% clear on what a motion comic is, but it is still happening nonetheless. Motion comic.
But first: movie.
THE CONCERT MOVIE OF THE THRILLING ADVENTURE HOUR.