Superherologist | July 22, 2010
It seems ironic that a press session for a movie about some of the most advanced technology ever is starting late due to technical problems. One of the earliest questions is about why neither of Cindy Morgan’s characters are in the movie. Joe Kosinski says you have to make hard choices, it’s a father-son story, […]
Superherologist | February 23, 2010
In September we talked to Adam Lucas about his webcomic Goldilock, which he’d entered in that month’s competition for a contract with DC Comics’ Zuda online division. And lo and behold, Adam won! Tomorrow Goldilock returns to Zuda, launching its weekly run that will add 52 more pages to the 8 we already saw during the contest. […]
Superherologist | November 22, 2009
Previous Posts: Interview with Sidewise Author Dwight L. MacPherson Part 1: Why Do Webcomics? Interview with Sidewise Author Dwight L. MacPherson Part 2: Why Do Zuda? Here we conclude our interview with Zuda Comics webcomic competition winner Dwight L. MacPherson, author and creator of the series Sidewise along with quite a bit more. Llama: Is this a story […]
Superherologist | November 5, 2009
While our friend Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill celebrates Guy Fawkes Day with a review of V for Vendetta, we at Rocket Llama Headquarters wish to remind one and all that today marks the 54th anniversary of the invention of time travel. “Here’s a red letter date in the history of science, November 5th 1955…That […]
Superherologist | September 25, 2009
Each month Zuda Comics (DC Comics’ webcomic line) strands the creators of ten online comics on an island in that great contest called Survivor – Zuda. We all get the opportunity to vote them off the island. At the end of the month, the sole survivor gets to go home alone and with a contract […]
Superherologist | May 30, 2009
The pretty young Doctor gets a pretty young redhead for his traveling companion when Dr. Who resumes next season. 21-year-old Karen Gillan will play the character whose name has not yet been revealed by the BBC. So the question arises: Could she be the young Donna Noble?
Superherologist | December 6, 2008
William Shatner and his co-authors (ghost writers?) revived Kirk in a series of novels with a continuity some people have nicknamed the “Shatnerverse,” but officially Kirk remains dead. If it doesn’t happen on film, it’s not Star Trek canon. He might remain dead. He might not. He really, really, really might not.