Evolving Doors

| January 26, 2009


Rocket Llama past, present, and future. Plus random ramblings.

Games on a budget: Street Fighter III

| January 24, 2009

Games on a Budget: Street Fighter III With Street Fighter IV just around the corner, you may want to brush up on your hadokens, sharpen your shoryukens, and work the rough edges off of your sonic booms. Or, you may be rabidly playing every Capcom fighting game you can get your hands on, just to […]

Llama Sightings: New Year, New Sightings, New Llama in Billowing Red Neckwear

| January 23, 2009

Earlier this month, the eponymous hero of Drew Desjardin’s series Two Cent Llama spent a week in a cape, starting with the January 12 comic. It’s not Rocket Llama. We know that. But boy, does it remind of us of certain Rocket Llama images, considering how cape-like that billowing red scarf looks the way Nick draws it sometimes.

A Pact Amongst Men

| January 23, 2009

Chef Paulie Bear, to debut in Symphony of the Llama

Coraline, The Dark Knight, How I Met Your Mother, Memento, and introducing Paulie Bear.

Delayed Gratification or How I Learned to Hate Frank Miller’s Work

| January 19, 2009

World of Warcraft, Martial Power, Frank Miller, The Spirit, Fallout

Fish ‘n’ Chicks and Kidjutsu

| January 18, 2009


Kidjutsu wants us. Palace in the Sky wants up. Fried Fish’D wants our suggested name.

A Dark Night for the Dark Knight

| January 17, 2009

It seems that The Dark Knight has been snubbed by the academy, so to speak. Why’s that? Well, it didn’t get nominated for best pic of the year. Which sucks, but wouldn’t be as big a deal if the other pictures were high-quality, gimme-an-oscar kinda movies that The Academy typically picks out. But no, there’s […]

The Rumour Mill: A Doctor of A Different Colour

| January 12, 2009

Doctor Who’s changing faces…and races?

A Falling Out with Fallout

| January 10, 2009


I just saw Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I felt that the film was a return to form for the Indy series, and definitely matched the quality of his previous outings…Heck, in the Fallout video game series there were people complaining about Fallout 3 based on a single screenshot, when the game had barely been announced.

So Bad It’s Good-Nightmare City

| January 7, 2009


Now, everyone can appreciate a fine film, the movies that touch and inspire us, those masterpieces of cinema that give us something to go home and dream about. There are countless cinema analysts that will delve into precisely why The Dark Knight was so freakin’ kickass. But there is a counterbalance to such quality films, […]