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Here's what I've been babbling about on the Word Press blog (and sorry for not updating here for so long, but seriously, y'all should just keep an eye on there, as this blog will really only be a link dump for the new blog going forward):

4-Color to 35-Millimeter on Tor.com covers the two Michael Keaton/Tim Burton Batman movies from 1989 and 1992.

I'm all excited that the Yankees won the first wild card spot in what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, and I give my rooting interests for the postseason (which is amusing to read now that the championship series are almost over).

My review of Star Trek Discovery's "Context is for Kings" at Tor.com.

With my promotion to third-degree black belt pending, I present the essays I wrote for my first- and second-degree promotions.

Midweek music is "Cross-Eyed Mary" by Jethro Tull, including the original studio version, a live version from 1977, and Iron Maiden's cover of the song.

4-Color to 35-Millimeter on Tor.com covers the two Joel Schumacher Batman movies from the 1990s starring Val Kilmer and George Clooney.

The Precinct books have a new publisher!

Irons in the fire update for October.

From the archives: Happy Bartolomé Day!

My review of Star Trek Discovery's "The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry" at Tor.com.

My Sleepy Hollow novel Children of the Revolution is on sale for two bucks in eBook.

Yet another nice review of Nights of the Living Dead (latest in a series, collect 'em all!).

I sit down with the folks at Next Trek Podcast and talk about all things Trek, from Discovery to my own work.

4-Color to 35-Millimeter on Tor.com covers the two Incredible Hulk pilots starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno.

I totally nerd out over the new Black Panther trailer.

My review of Star Trek Discovery's "Choose Your Pain" at Tor.com.

The X-Cast is doing a "podwatch," with short daily podcasts covering two episodes each of The X-Files as we head toward season 11 of the show. I was on two of them, episode 5 discussing "Ice" and "Space" and then again on episode 7 discussing "Fire" and "Beyond the Sea."

As I said above, I'm going for my third-degree black belt in karate. I discuss day 1 and day 2 of the promotion.

A review of Pop Punk High, now playing every Thursday at the Parkside Lounge on Houston Street.

Current Mood: tired tired
Current Music: "The Boogie Bumper" by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

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