Vehicles design for the Iron Grip game series from Isotx.
Monday, September 28, 2009
The year's foremost journal of progressive armaments and weaponry! Behold the latest line of defense captured in action!The second book to emerge from the printshop at Grordbort Industries, Victory follows in the footsteps of the trans-galactically successful Dr Grordbort's Contrapulatronic Dingus Directory that was released last year.Filled to the brim with first hand tales of exploration and progress from the great heroes of our time, picture strips of unimaginable escapades on the frontier, never-seen-before portraits of dazzling damsels and monstrous villains, and laudable accounts of man and robot pitted against our greatest enemy (the uncivilized world), Victory is an onslaught of action-packed scientific adventure in full-spectrum color - containing facts that every boy and literate girl should know.Written and illustrated by Weta Workshop Conceptual Designer Greg Broadmore, this book sumptuously details a science-fiction history that never was. Hearkening back to the classic sci-fi serials of yesteryear, it reveals the backstories and mythos of Weta Limited's highly limited ray gun collectible line.This gorgeous 64 page full-color hardcover will be available mid-November.
You can pre-order nowdirectly from Weta here:http://www.wetanz.com/victory/
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
..goes to the Officers and Gentlemen of this most esteemed VSF Blog, for their assistance to White Wine Sauce in reaching 100,000 Hits today!
My sincere thanks indeed for the materal, links and comments which have encouraged us to keep posting.
Yours in Splicing the Mainbrace!
Thursday, September 10, 2009
17 Sept. 09 is this blog's first anniversary. Thank you sincerely
for your interest. Please sit back, make yourself comfortable and
relax with a cup of tea or coffee. Advance liesurely from Chapter
1 to the most recent chapter. Carve out five, ten, twenty or thirty
minutes to follow the storyline best. It's easy because this
electronic novel advances almost entirely by captioned photos.
Pictures are worth a thousand words as the saying goes.
Date: 10 September 1899/2009Location: Outpost #3 north
of Fort GrantMission: Telegraph Line Maintenance and
Report Enemy Activity Via Heliograph