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F.T.Life – Jumps 4, 5 and 6

This is the key to self destruction. With it, one can see many ways to sacrifice for the “greater good.” If you drain away the energy, and use it all sprinting, you may find what you seek. That desperate drive can take you far. Further than most would even think. But when you get there, will there be anything left? <Previous / Next> ... Read More

F.T.Life – Jump 3

It was wonderful, and filled with beauty. That light, glowing softly in the dark, feeding off power that even he could barely comprehend.  Soft blue like that of a clear sky practically hypnotized the mind. The glow demanded attention. It was terrible, and promised death. <Previous / Next> ... Read More

F.T.Life – Jump 2.5

The screens, controls and light fixture flare and die in random intervals. Static veils over every visible surface. The FTL core rattles against its shielding. The very framework of the ship nearly shakes itself apart as it comes to an abrupt and sudden stop. Their one warning came too late. The pirates are upon the hapless crew. They’ve crawled right into the spider’s web, and soon, fangs shall dig into their hides and drain them of all hope. They should have stayed home. Now... Read More

Regular Show’s Final Season Begins September 26th: In Space, No One Can Hear You Ooooooooh!

Over the better part of the last two decades, a lot of cartoon shows have come and gone without getting to tell their full story. Think Clone High, Clerks: The Animated Series, Undergrads, Mission Hill, and Titan Maximum, all of them brilliantly creative and eclectic, but perhaps too much so for their time. Then there are the oddballs who manage to survive the fast-paced, ratings driven media landscape we find ourselves in, and this fall we get to say goodbye to one such gem that beat the... Read More