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Oh 2016, where have ye gone?

I've been a little behind on the updates, rest assured I'm still hard at work, albeit with some delays. In a nutshell my mother hadn't been well (two surgeries in four months of each other) and I've been traveling (among other things).

So what's happening lately?

'The Fort' is still doing pretty good. It's turned out to be a smaller & fun project, and Christian Villarreal and I are having a blast with it. We're on a seasonal/ summer break, but still churning out a couple of quick episodes bi-weekly, so keep your eyes peeled!

We're also about to hit 1000 views on our 'Wonder Man' character history video any day now, so these are exciting times, check it out here: https://youtu.be/dlM2kHWzl2Q

What's coming up:

Things have calmed down, so an article should be up by the end of the weekend. Expect 'Nuhdles' to start up again.

And oh yeah, in movie news, expect an update on both 'The Porter & The Stone' and the imaginary friends project soon. Stay tuned folks, good things are coming.

- Nuh

Back to work

It's been a weird past month or so, but I'm finally back home after all the travel and family emergencies.

I'll have a couple of things up in the next few days including:

  • A new film related article
  • A new Nuhdle
  • Something related to my next film
  • Some links to some new articles & interviews

Plus a little bonus side project while I was traveling that's just for fun that I hope people will appreciate.

The Search for Spock

I'd like to take a moment to mention the passing of Leonard Nimoy memorably known for his work as Mr. Spock in the Star Trek franchise, on February 27th 2015. I grew up remembering Nimoy as not only Spock, but as the wonderfully villainous Galvatron from The Transformers: The Movie. He left an incredible legacy, one as a talent who was an actor, a poet, a photographer, and a director.

Among the many great entertainers out there, Nimoy was an icon, and an important part of pop culture, and us fans will miss him. In the words that he immortalized, where ever he may be: 

Live long and prosper.