Trailer for The Lego Movie. It’s directed by Miller and Lord (Clone High, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, 21 Jump Street), so don’t sleep on this. Also Chris Pratt is the main character, so that is a plus.
15 minute Popeye break. Been farrrrrrr too long since I’ve drawn this guy.
bloodcolossus said: How about historical fact? Any good books on history that you’ve enjoyed enough to share with us?
Well, without getting up to look at my bookshelf, here are a couple of good ones:
scienceandphilo asked: How often do you think about that one guy calling you glib?
It haunts me every waking second
First teaser trailer for Disney’s Frozen, an adaptation of The Snow Queen. It features an alive snowman and a goofy reindeer, as you can see. Anyway, I’m looking forward to it. It’s entirely possible it will just be Tangled, but with snow instead of hair, but I’m kind of okay with that? Tangled was really good. And I like snow.
Anyway, the movie is out this fall, so hopefully there will be a full trailer with humans and all sometime soon.
No.39 of 75: Faora.
thefutureghost asked: Are there any historical fiction or fictional history novels that take place in Rome that you would recommend?
An author named Steven Saylor has written a large number of books set in ancient Rome, many (most? all?) starring a Roman detective called Gordianus the Finder. They are pretty deece, for, like beach reading or whatev. They’re not Tolstoy or anything.
There are also a number of books by Colleen McCullough (perhaps best known for The Thorn Birds) that are set in ancient Rome that are supposed to be pretty good. I never read them, but my mom liked them? So I guess that’s a recommendation, kind of.
I don’t read a lot of historical fiction.