Sunday, March 13, 2011

Sunday Sleepy Sunday

Lt. Bob presents classic Mooooooovie! This one The Last Man on Earth (1964). Haven't seen yet but title very good. If last man then soon there be no men like stooopid space captain. In case you like, it downloadable here. Also it Sunday and American law says there must be comics. Lt. Bob wonder if Space Pirates are hiring. And favorite part of day, stupid space captain miss so much good fiction he have to link directly to SF Signal as well as highlight. Ha ha, space captain, you stink! Lt. Bob say by now to all the good sentient and semi-sentient beings who read this.


"But Who Shall Lead the Dance?" by Marie Brennan (Originally published in Talebones #34, February 2007).
"Always has it been thus: we faerie folk have our lands, and mortals theirs, and to trespass unbidden from one to the other brings swift retribution."

Online HERE (lots more free fiction by the author HERE) [via SF Signal]

At "The Desecrator" by Steven Brust.
"It was early in the morning of the third day of the month of the Phoenix in the 230th year of the Reign of Her Glorious Majesty Zerika the Fourth that you sent me to meet the desecrator. Well, sorry! You sent me to the place where I ended up meeting the desecrator. "

Online HERE [via SF Signal]

And more free fiction links at Sf Signal's "Free Fiction for 3/12/11"

Online HERE.

At Pappy's Golden Age Comics Blogzine: three sci-fi stories drawn by Dick Giordano, from Space Adventures #4, 5, and 6 (1953.) "The Devil Masters of Algol," "War Between the Worlds," and "Two Worlds" are all online HERE.

At The Comic Book Catacombs: "Space Pirates of Xarpot" Amazing Adventures #6 (Fall 1952). This classic sci-fi comic story is "illustrated by EC great, Bernard Krigstein."

Online HERE.

At Digital Comics Museum: Chris Welkin-Planeteer (1952) 300+ comic strips. This syndicated comics strip ran from 1952 until 1964.

Available in CBR format HERE (free membership required).

Also there, Jumbo Comics #70, highlighted by the jungle adventures of Sheena and the pirate adventures of the Hawk available HERE (free membership required).

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