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kap and cap

What’s this when it’s at home, then? The bold white title on the tall prism housing says it all: it’s a current Pentax DSLR.  This one is a KP, compact, 24 mp crop sensor, designed to get the best out … Continue reading

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hulk ku for an annual event

Hulk been waiting/ to share poem/ only good this one day. When Hulk write poem, write last line first.  On Hulk blog, it begin to snow. (Pretty fancy sentence structure there, Hulk.)

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meet the monolith

I honestly don’t know what to do with myself after having spent the last 12 days enjoying an absorbing new hobby called “checking the Royal Mail package tracking website five times a day trying to figure out when my important … Continue reading

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hulk do laundry, write poem

Rain tomorrow; Hulk do laundry today.  Find Hulk ku poem while wash towel. Hulk put all towel in wash same time. Bathroom now shiny, bright, noisy.

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50 superheroes: number 22

Ahoy and avast, tars and pirates, officers and mermaids, kelpies and sirens and seadragons all:’tis the mighty Barquentine, bandy legged hero (?) of the seven seas.  Hero with a question mark, because the line between honest tar and pirate rascal … Continue reading

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50 superheroes: number 21

Clark Luxor is a weird dude.  His name is easy: Luxor is Egyptian-y, and his hornrim glasses remind even the most casual comics fan of Clark Kent.  But otherwise, what kind of person, and what kind of super is he? … Continue reading

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fifty superheroes: number 20

Meet Claw: a masked and mysterious lupine hero.  Claw is the opposite of a “real” werewolf– their* character design is based on a Halloween costume.  Think of a high quality wolfman body suit, trimmed with real fur, with glove and … Continue reading

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fifty sketchbook superheroes: number nineteen

King Sheild! The superhero who doesn’t know how to spell!  This was a late night drawing, and yes, the misspelled title is the original one.  I debated for a while after I made the scan, and decided I “ought” to … Continue reading

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fifty superheroes: number eighteen

Great power comes in small packages– watch out for Micro-Kaiju!  He’s a giant monster in a compact form factor: if you trip over him, you may never get up. His design is a tribute to that classic low budget movie … Continue reading

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fifty superheroes: number seventeen

The Queen of the Night is a classic “night flyer”– a flying hero who can see in the dark, takes a bat or a night bird as a costume influence, and is just generally nocturnal.  What I like best about … Continue reading

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