Good morning humans. Today we have several cool comics, some great audio fiction, we have a bit of fiction and flash fiction. Not bad for a day off. And of course we have a Sunday moooooviiiiee! Space Captain says to make it short because many people will be more interested in boiled eggs, chocolate, and something called "peeps" today. You humans are strange! So today's film is a very short one.
A Trip To The Moon (1902.)
@Book View Cafe: "Signed in Blood" by P.R. Frost.
"Dahling, I found it, Scrap replied from elsewhere. Scrap was an imp. He could transform himself into my Celestial Blade when danger demanded it. He could slip between dimensions and times. Today he chose demure and invisible."
@Philippine Genre Stories: "What You See" by Ian Rosales Casocot.
"He was finally bored that morning in September, and what he did he would later blame on the confluence of things. Mercury in retrograde, for one, although he did not exactly believe in horoscopes, unless it meant the stars aligning for good fortune, preferably in shoes or jewelry." [via SF Signal]
@Beam Me Up: "Final Report" by B.A. Barnett a science fiction / horror story. "He told them, don’t open the crypt, it’s a prison! but they didn’t listen, it was loose now, it was not if you would survive, but how long…" and "When a science project ends, what do you do with the “test” subjects?” Harris Tobias spins a tale succeeding against expectations with Bunnies of the Future."
@Escape Pod: EP289: Flash Contest Honorable Mentions. "Mr. Omega" by Arnold Gardner, read by Marshall Latham, "Many Mistakes, All Out of Order" by M.C. Wagner, read by Wilson Fowlie, and "Episode 37 – Captain Max Stone versus DESTRUCTOBOT!" by Angela Lee, read by Joshua McNichols.
@LibriVox: Short Story Collection #48. Mostly "mainstream" but a there ar at least a few stories of interest; "The Ogress of the Silver Land" by Bret Harte,"The Wedding Knell" by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and "The Wind-Gnome" by Jonas Lie Translated by R. Nisbet Bain.
@Daily Science Fiction: "Easter Egg Hunt" by Patrick Perkins.
@Flashes in the Dark: "The Crowd Pleaser" by Hal Kempka.
@Flashes in the Dark: "The Pig Farm" by Anthony D. Redden.
@365 tomorrows: "Open House" by Ian Eller.
@365 tomorrows: "Like Driving Through Nebraska" by Robert Sooter.
@Weirdyear: [poem] "Skygodlin" by James Dye.
@Weirdyear: [poem] "Post-Surreal Stress Disorder" by Chuck Von Nordheim.
@Eschatology: "Horse’s Brain Dance" by Michael R. Colangelo.
@The New Flesh: "Bits and Pieces" by Laura Eno.
@Atomic Kommie Comics: Tara, Queen of the Space Pirates in "Eight Hands of Tenslith" from Wonder Comics #17.
@Crosseyed Cyclops: Six issue of the classic Sci-Fi comic Outer Space and six issues of Nyoka The Jungle Girl.
@The Horrors of It All: A pair of B&W horror comics "Satan's Cat" and "The Witches Coven"
@The Bloody Pulp!: "Witchcraft" and "Corpses Coast-To-Coast" from Weird Vol. 4 No. 3 (June 1970.)
@Pappy's Golden Age Comics Blogzine: Several classic horror comics by artist Ruben Yandoc.
@The Comic Book Catacomb: Tor in "Mammoths of the Raw Earth" from from Tor #2a [3D] (1953) - needs 3d glasses.
@Ditko Comics: "The Most Terrible Fate" from Out of This World #7 (1958).
@Apocolyte's World of Comics: A pair of nuclear war related sf comics "Doomsday" and "The Day Before Doomsday"
@Digital Comics Museum: Jungle Comics #143 and Jungle Comics #144. Both nearly complete in CBR format.