Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Ba'al, Balenciaga and Knowles' First Law


A lot of readers had been asking me about Balenciaga, but I'd shied away from the subject on account of the fact of my blinding, burning hatred for Satanists, kiddie fiddlers and high fashion freaks.

But I repeat myself.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Spare Us the Qatar: World Cup Watcher Worship

The 2022 World Cup is upon us, much to the delight of the world and the crushing indifference of uncultured Yanks like myself. And since it is indeed 2022, the goings-on are positively drenched in the high ritualism of the worldwide Watcher cult. 

All slathered with a thick and viscous glaze of Knowles' First Law, of course.

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

It's Not Easy Being Meme

Operator, get me the police. I need to report a mass murder. Yeah, some weird billionaire dude just mowed down all the whiny drama queens on his platform. It's a bloodbath!

Oh, the humanity!

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Our Gods Wore Spandex: Last Supper for Superheroes

Our Gods Wear Spandex hit the shelves fifteen years ago this month and prophesied the coming rise of the superheroes, back before the Spandex Age of Cinema took off with the releases of Iron Man and Dark Knight. The age which is now most definitely drawing to a close.

Wednesday, November 09, 2022

Pick Your Own Apocalypse! Plenty to Go Round!

Well, quite a 36 hours we've experienced, ay? Where do you even start? Well, the obvious place is this ominous portent in the Heavens, one that proved that red moons don't make Red Waves.  

Thursday, November 03, 2022

Nothing is Ever Quite as it Memes

An OG Sunner and I were discussing meme magic recently, since he'd recently become a believer in the power of Memo-O-Mancy. I suggested memes were the new sigils, since the good meme-makers expertly boil down complex issues into simple yet comprehensive icons, after a fashion. 

Hopefully, they don't charge their memes the way some people charge their sigils.