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Editing The Demon

There’s this character in the comics called The Demon, a sort of horror-themed superhero. He was invented in the ’70s as a kind of witchity version of The Hulk – by day he’s occult specialist Jason Blood, but whenever he

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Great Australian speeches?

We were watching that Stephen Fry show about driving a London cab around the US and there was a bit where he visited Gettysburg cemetery and chatted to an Abraham Lincoln impersonator and it occurred to me that I’d never

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Beatrice…? No! BEATRICE!

Dude they totally made a comic based on the videogame based on Dante’s Inferno!! I didn’t think it would be possible to top the histrionics of the game or the anime, but check it out – I was wrong. Six

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Legends of the Written Word

I don’t have much to say that hasn’t already been said re: the Legends of the Written Word series of stamps out now from Australia Post. I saw my first Tim Winton stamp at work a couple of weeks ago

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“BEATRICE! NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!”

Dude, they totally made an anime based on the game based on Dante’s Inferno! The bit I like the best – even better than the eviscerations and the scene where Dante slices someone’s head in two with a giant scythe

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Merry Christmas (blog war is over).

The ozpo cyberweb has spent the last three weeks on tenterhooks as it anticipated the outcome of the blog war declared between poets Nathan Curnow and Derek Motion. The stakes were high – the loser had to quit their blog

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But boastfulness is a sin, surely?

Dude, they totally made an action figure out of the game they made out of Dante’s Inferno! Action Figure Insider broke the news earlier this week: Boasting 30 points of articulation, Dante is truly one of a kind. He carries

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Two blogs enter. One blog leaves.

In case you’ve been blogging under a rock for the last – oh – week or so, it behooves me to direct your attention to the current skirmish taking place in the blogosphere wherein poets Derek Motion and Nathan Curnow

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The hundredth monkeypunch.

posted with vodpod Back in June 2006 I started a dumb little one-joke blog called Monkey Punch Dinosaur. I had been inspired by having seen Peter Jackson’s 2005 remake of King Kong on a flight back from Thailand a month

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Vigilante Virgin updates

A few other people have weighed in on Marieke Hardy’s m-novel thingo, revealing even more shortcomings of the particular model of publication chosen by those involved. I’ve already pointed out (as have others) that it’s more of an online thing

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