The Last Band of the Apocalypse’s Merch Table

The Last Band of the Apocalypse’s Merch Table

Caught between state fair gigs when the bombs went off, a struggling cover band soon found itself the last band in the world. With this dramatic shift in market forces, they decided to cast off their pre-end moniker and rebrand themselves as Harmeggedon, the most...

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Star Wars: The Hallway

This is brilliant. At some point there was a brainstorm at Hasbro where they determined that there couldn't possibly be a character, vehicle, setting or moment left from Star Wars that wasn't already a toy. Then someone, probably a smarmy young upstart trying to make...

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What I’m Reading: Make Room Make Room

What I’m Reading: Make Room Make Room

I love a good dystopian tale. I also love reading things in Charlton Heston's voice. So I am looking forward to finally reading the book that inspired Soylent Green. Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison. In 1798 Thomas Malthus published his Essay on the Principle...

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Danger Bear’s Time Machine: The Sticker

Danger Bear’s Time Machine: The Sticker

From the pages of Danger Bear's Time Machine comes the bear himself, steaming through time. In the coloring book our hero as he takes an adventure through H.G. Well's Time Machine and encounters the Morlocks, giant insects and future jerks. In this sticker, he's...

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The riddle of plastic is finally answered

The riddle of plastic is finally answered

"Conan, what is best?" "To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women!" Why was this never a kids' toy? I no longer have the available shelf space nor the disposable income to play with toys the way I used to. And for...

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What I’m Reading: Pyramids by Terry Pratchett

What I’m Reading: Pyramids by Terry Pratchett

I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. I didn’t discover the Discworld books until just a couple of years ago. And since there’s 40 something of them, I’ve got a way to go. I jumped around for a bit at first and read some Death books and the City Watch novels. But I’ve...

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Danger Bear Industries

Danger Bear Industries

Our goal here is to make fun on an industrial scale. We named our company with that goal in mind. And, now, we can stick it to things. It's definitely a step in the right direction. Grab a Danger Bear Industries Sticker and help us make fun.

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The Mammoth Flautist

The Mammoth Flautist

          The modern-day flautist gets a bad rap, probably. The flute has a light sound. It’s small. True. it’s no more phallic than some of the other instruments, but having to make that kissy face the whole time doesn’t help. And in Peter...

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Meet Detective Karen

Meet Detective Karen

I’m working on a new character named Detective Karen. You probably know her already. She pops up all the time on social media whenever there is a local crime and cracks the case using insight that rivals Poirot, Lansbury, or a three-year-old that is rocking back and...

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New suffixes for a better world

New suffixes for a better world

The Pirahã live along the Maici River in the Amazon and speak one of the world’s most unique languages. One thing that distinguishes the language from others is that their suffixes modify their statement to explain how they attained the knowledge they are conveying....

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