This is somewhat of a side project to Post Kaiju Apocalypse. Who knows what will show up on it.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
This blog combines the two most wonderful worlds that can do no wrong in my mind: Alfred Hitchcock and the mighty Godzilla. So far it is mostly just pictures of Godzilla Photoshopped into Hitchcock movie posters, but it may become so much more.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
After spanning nearly a decade, Nacho Cheese and Anarchy (or NCA for short) was a ‘zine, webzine and even emailzine all done under the name of Josh Nacho. Though the primary focus was music, with band interviews, CD reviews and live show reviews, there were other non-musical bits mixed in. During its run, I had the honor and sometimes disgrace of interviewing the following bands: Anberlin, Allister, Aiden, Atreyu, The Audition, Alison Danger,The All-American Rejects, Breaking Pangea, The Beautiful Mistake, Bayside, The Break, Boy Sets Fire, Brazil, Copeland, Catch 22, Christiansen, CurlUpandDie, Cadillac Blindside, Coheed and Cambria, Charlie Brown Gets a Valentine, Delta Dart, Dashboard Confessional, Feable Weiner, Forgive Durden, The Forecast, Fairweather, From Autumn to Ashes, Grade, Gym Class Heroes, Give Up the Ghost, Gatsbys American Dream, The Hope Conspiracy, Haste, Hopesfall, The Hurt Process, I Am the Avalanche, JamisonParker,The Junior Varsity, Liars Academy, The Lyndsey Diaries, Murder by Death, My Chemical Romance, mae, mewithoutYou, The Movielife, Moment, New Found Glory, Nerf Herder, On the Might of Princes, Prevent Falls, Panic! At the Disco, Plain White T’s, Phantom Planet, The Pale, River City Rebels, Recover, Relient K, Reach the Sky, The Reunion Show, The Rocket Summer, The Rocking Horse Winner, Suicide Machines, Secret Lives of the Freemasons, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Silverstein, The Stereo, Student Rick, Spitalfield, Strike Anywhere, Stretch Arm Strong, Shai Hulud, Streetlight Manifesto, Schatzi, Taking Back Sunday, Thrice, Thursday, A Thorn for Every Heart, Two Gallants, Trial by Fire, Ten Foot Pole, Uphill Battle, Unearth, Waterdown, Whole Wheat Bread, The Warren Commission, Waking Ashland, Yellowcard
Sorry to anyone I forgot.
Through several different website I won’t name as well as some print issues which do exist out there, all you need to know about NCA can be found either on the internet or in my closet. Unfortunately, I do not have time to catalog it all myself and no one else has offered. So you’re on your own if you want to find it.
As the blog address says: NCA is dead… and it’s not coming back!!
X1 is what you look like in your normal, everyday clothes. X2 is what you look like in your underwear- bras, panties and what not. X3 is your flesh- naked, nudity, XXX and all that you know. X4 is when you remove your skin and can see the muscles and organs. X5 is when you cut straight down to the bone. X4X5 is an art project focusing on what lies underneath the skin.
What happens when a young boy is killed and he somehow stays on earth? Well, he befriends a cat named Jake and they get into adventures and seemingly all the wrong times. This is scheduled to be a twisted sort of children’s book. It’s heavy on the pictures and light on the words, so you could show it to your young ones… but you might not want to!!
I like soda. I mean, I really like soda. Do you remember that soda called Surge? Of course you don’t. Many people don’t. I one day decided I’d like to take pictures of all of these sodas that are made and just the general look of their cans and bottles. Then I decided why not alter them in Photoshop as well, just for fun. This is the end result of that madness. Enjoy it before we go zero calorie diet.
Started in late 2010 as a way to review horror movies and B movies, Post Kaiju Apocalypse has transitioned into something much more. While still a source of movie reviews of all sorts, it is also a blog that is a host to a number of other topics which span from the random to the mundane. It has a bit of a personal touch and can be political at times.
Random sketches of a little blue bunny, originally created on Facebook. I’d love for one day everyone to make their own take on this delightful little character getting into situations. He’s really pretty self explanatory.
When I was a kid I loved cereal. In fact, I still love cereal, just not in the same way I did as a kid. I blame that on the emphasis companies have these days of making cereals healthy instead of the main focus being the prize inside. This blog is for those of you who look forward to that special time of the year when Boo Berry comes out. “Cereality” was already taken, so I tried to make this like “I See Cereality”, which then got abbreviated into ICC Reality. Does that make sense or have I confused you? Who cares. Just look at the pretty pictures of cereal mascots.
This blog should be updated at least four times a year, sometimes maybe six depending on how busy the world of cereal is.
When I got really hardcore into collecting wrestling figures—like, a serious addiction- I also then got into making custom wrestling figures. I rehabbed that habit, but am now painting Roseart Color Blanks and whatever else I can get my hands on. This is the name I decided to do it under. If you understand why, then congratulations.
After watching too many movies about Bigfoot, I wondered what would happen if they were like the movies and really kind of got smarter over time. As they turn from men into apes, they begin to shave off the body hair that makes them stand out in society. This is a comic strip based upon the adventures of one of these sasquatches in particular who is constantly put in situations when he might have to take his clothes off and reveal he isn’t human at all. The first volume collects 52 strips and is complete. Its release date at this time is uncertain.