NHK World, one of the off shoot channels of Japan’s publicly funded NHK, has put out a new bilingual drama entitled Home Sweet Tokyo. NHK World is sort of meant to be the international version, or perhaps it is better to call it the foreign language version. It is a little hard to tell if … More Grumpy Bird Reviews: Home Sweet Tokyo
I had a few hours between the end of work and the beginning of a work party the other day, so i figured it was a good chance to check out the latest Marvel offering on the big screen. Sadly, a mistake in theaters meant I missed roughly the first five minutes, but I think … More Grumpy Bird Reviews: Thor: Ragnarok
“Wake up.” The bard’s eyes fluttered open. It was still dark with just a hint of light around the edges. The forrest was quiet and the pre-dawn air still held on to its evening chill. Already the bard wanted to close his eyes once again and drift back to sleep. A hangover cause such a … More King and Bard (1)
In the thirty-eigth episode your hosts, Brent and Lydia, continue talking the Jack Knight/Starman Odyssey! Today they talk Starman v2 #31. Intro/Outro music by Mates of State. Presented by Comics League International! If you enjoy the show please visit Brent’s Patreon site and donate. If you enjoyed this post, please like my Facebook author page and become a patron through Patreon. Thanks!
In the thirty-seventh episode your hosts, Brent and Lydia, continue talking the Jack Knight/Starman Odyssey! Today they talk Starman v2 #30. Intro/Outro music by Mates of State. Presented by Comics League International! If you enjoy the show please visit Brent’s Patreon site and donate. If you enjoyed this post, please like my Facebook author page and become a patron through Patreon. Thanks!
I was lucky enough to have a few readers who nominated me in an online “Best Indie Book of 2017” contest. The bad news is that my book “Sand, Sea and Stone” likely won’t come out until the very end of December. The good news is that it looks like anyone can not in this … More Vote for Me!
I’m starting a thing where every Friday I will do my best to write a short story based on a suggestion on my Facebook author page. Of course, I didn’t think about doing this until late Thursday night. But, as luck would have it as my wife and I were walking home with our son, he looked up at the … More Short Story Friday 1: Let’s Make a Moon
Several weeks ago I shared an account of heading over to the Tokyo Regional Immigration Bureau over in Shinagawa. As anyone who has gone through this particular dance it takes a minimum of two visits to renew a visa. The first is to drop off the paperwork and the second is, hopefully, to pick up … More Immigration Visit, Vol. 2
AS of a few hours ago, my Indiegogo campaign ended. It’s a weird little flood of emotions. First off: the bad news. I didn’t hit my goal. Yeah, that is a disappointment. I knew from the start that it would be a hard goal to hit. Still, I did have hopes that I would be … More Indiegogo 6: The End
I’m going to take a break from selling you my upcoming novel, and instead relate a little tale from a recent walk home. Enjoy. (And feel free to buy that book.) Before we start there might need to be a little background. First off, I live in Japan and have lived here since 2004. I … More How I got Yelled at by a Politician (who thinks he’s Jesus)