This is the first ever compilation on Internet television and provides details of 405 programs from 1998 to 2013. Each entry contains the storyline, descriptive episode listings, cast and crew lists, the official website and comments.
An index of personnel and programs concludes the book.
From Barry the Demon Hunter to Time Traveling Lesbian to Hamilton Carver, Zombie P.I., it is a previously... [click here for more]
The Novelization of the story of Ana Ishikawa. Born of an American father and raised a Catholiv, Shi is an outcast of the sohei, a renegade from a society of renegades... And this is her story. The text is interspersed with illustrations by William Tucci. Part 1 of the complete story. ... [click here for more]
Few scholars nursed on the literary canon would dispute that knowledge of Western literature benefits readers and writers of the superhero genre. This analysis of superhero comics as Romance literature shows that the reverse is true--knowledge of the superhero romance has something to teach critics of traditional literature.
Establishing the comic genre as a cousin to Arthurian myth, Spenser, and... [click here for more]
This is the shooting script used to make the feature film, Bloom. This is presented as a pay-what-you-want .pdf as another way to experience the story, as well as a chance to compare the concept with the execution. If you enjoy the script (or my other work) please consider throwing us a few bucks. Either way, I hope you enjoy the script! Lily (Deann Baker) wakes up in a bloody motel bathroom... [click here for more]
This Gazetteer is an intro to the world of Ehdrigohr. It shares some of the prehistory and a whirlwind tour of the lands. This particular product is systemless and is but a smaller portion of the Ehdrigohr RPG, a nearly 400 page FATE Core based game. The gazetteer preview provides a taste of the world, its flavor, and the folklore that makes up the full product.
More info about the game can be... [click here for more]
Created around the world and available only on the web, Internet "television" series are independently produced, mostly low budget shows that often feature talented but unknown performers. Typically financed through crowd-funding, they are filmed with borrowed equipment and volunteer casts and crews, and viewers find them through word of mouth or by chance.
The fourth in a series covering... [click here for more]