Thursday, April 26, 2007


Amy and I found an apartment! It's behind Savers. Not too far from Biola, we trust the landlord, and it's pretty nice. Our landlord is this great old guy: ex-Marine, ex-cop, and a Christian to boot. He takes good care of his tenants. Plus we found out that we know a few of his tenants already, so that speaks well of the place.

It's weird having a place that's ours. I'm not used to the idea yet.

Brother Josh helped me pick up a fridge this Tuesday, and so far that's the only bit of furnishing we've done.


Brother Ben and I had ourselves a Mexican stand-off sans Mexicans a few Sundays ago.

Oh yeah, did I mention I did end up getting one of those awesome HWS New Model Army airsoft pistols? Yeah, I got one and it's awesome.

We had two quick-draw showdowns and one back-to-back 10-pace count-off. He was armed with my New Model Army, and I used my Colt SAA. We only had safety glasses on, so he went down when I nailed him in the lip with a lucky shot. We stood pretty far apart because those things shoot so dang hard, but it was still nerve-wracking taking pot-shots without any cover.

He won two, I won one. It's pretty fun. I'll post pictures of the guns soon, they look sho shweet.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Leone SE box art

Looks rad. Can't wait for this one to come out.

I also found box-art to another Clint/Western release. Verr nahce.

While we're on the subject of beautiful Western-themed art, how about a few Dark Tower comic covers?

Issue #6 - by Jae Lee

Issue #3 - by Jae LeeIssue #2 (2nd print) - Joe Quesada (who can still draw, apparently)

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Fools - Opening Night

Fools opens tomorrow night, Thursday the 19th! It will be playing for the next three weekends. Come out and see it, if you've a mind to. I don't have a Russian accent anymore, but it'll still be a good time.

From Dr. Lewis' Press Release:

Tickets are $8 for Biola students/staff/administrators/Board members/alumni and $10 for all others. The play runs April 19, 20, 21, 22; April 26, 27, 28, 29; May 4, 5. Thursday through Saturday night shows are at 8 PM (doors open at 7:30 PM) and Sunday matinees are at 2 PM (doors open at 1:30 PM). There are only 95 seats at Theatre 21; seats are on a first come/first serve basis.

Biola Theatre 21 is located on the McNally campus of Biola University. Parking is available off of Biola Avenue in Parking Lot C. Looking for the striped awning over our doors and come early to assure yourself of a seat. Order tickets @