I haven’t posted a one of these in a while. I really should post more of these, there are a lot of sites that I think deserve a link.
With Halloween coming up I thought I’d talk about Fright Catalog. It’s one of my favorite Halloween stores. I’ve used them before and I’ll certainly use ‘em again. They have everything. Costumes, decorations, special FX and even professional quality animatronics.
This is a great webcomic. In fact I’d say SP is a great example of what a webcomic can be. There’s no way you’d see this in a newspaper, but it’s perfect for the internet. The humor can be a bit mean spirited and sometimes it’s downright cruel. Doesn’t matter though, it’s still funny.
If you’re offended by crude humor, cruelty or foul language. Do not read this comic. If you read it anyway, I warned you.
Scary Go Round
A little while ago I wrote about a short post about Scary Go Round, but I didn’t make it one of my “Today’s Links”. I hereby rectify that.
Scary Go Round is a wonderful webcomic that has imaginative stories and beautiful art. Read the archives and you can see how John Allison’s art has grown and developed. It’s the best comic on the Dumbrella web comic label. Meaning, it’s the only one I read regularly.
Found a great site. It’s a comic blog, but the best part about it is the urban legends section. There is some great stuff there. I’ve been reading it off and on for a couple days now and I’m amazed at some of this stuff.
If you are now, or have ever been, a fan of comics you have to check this out.
Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed
A site with some great free flash games. The whole site is one big ad for candy and junkfood, but that can be forgiven after you play a few of the games. I have a link to the 8 Ball Pool game on my desktop because I play it so much.
A Harry Potter fan podcast from members of Knockturn Ally. They cover such things as Wizard Rock, FanFiction, FanArt, RolePlaying (of an HP variety of course), Phoenix Rising, and Prophecy 2007. They also talk about the books and movies from an adult perspective. That usually means perving over Alan Rickman or “Remus” of Remus and the Lupins, but on occasion they’ll get serious and discuss underlying themes of the story. Good fun, good people.