It really does not feel like a year since I did my Battlestar Galactica challenge, but shit, it has totally been. But seeing as it's summer, at least near the end of it, I wanted to do something a little more ... summery. Cheery. You know. So of course I pick Miami Vice.
I make no apologies for my adoration of this series. I could binge-watch all five seasons and not get sick of the theme song, although I'm sure Three would disagree.
Alright, so here's what you can expect to see next month!
Day 1: How Did I Discover Miami Vice?
Day 2: Favorite Main Character
Day 3: Least Favorite Main Character
Day 4: Favorite Season
Day 5: Least Favorite Season
Day 6: TV Show vs. Movie?
Day 7: Favorite Minor/One-Time Character (Non-Villain)
Day 8: Least Favorite Minor/One-Time Character (Non-Villain)
Day 9: Favorite Villain
Day 10: Least Favorite Villain
Day 11: Favorite Episode of the Series
Day 12: Least Favorite Episode of the Series
Day 13: Favorite Season One Episode
Day 14: Favorite Season Two Episode
Day 15: Favorite Season Three Episode
Day 16: Favorite Season Four Episode
Day 17: Favorite Season Five Episode
Day 18: Favorite Storyline
Day 19: Least Favorite Storyline
Day 20: Something That Happened I Wish Didn't
Day 21: Something That Didn't Happen I Wish Did
Day 22: Best Episode
Day 23: Worst Episode
Day 24: Favorite Use of Pop Music in a Scene
Day 25: Reflection of Real Life in the 80s?
Day 26: Fashion Fashion Fashion
Day 27: Most Dated Event/Concept
Day 28: Favorite Jan Hammer Music
Day 29: Diversity on Miami Vice
Day 30: Portrayal of Drug Use and Users on Miami Vice
Day 31: What I Would Like to See Next
Monday, July 27, 2015
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Back in April of this year, I discovered that Oni Press was accepting pitches from May through June, and I freaked out. Like, I immediately got online and squealed to my friends about it. It was a dream for me. I was aware of the difficulty, seeing as thousands of other creators also saw the pitch; plus, I don't have an artist attached, so my pitch had to be that much better to convince Oni to match me up with somebody who could bring what I wrote to life. I considered doing the artwork myself, but then, because realizations about myself have been A Thing for the past year, I came to the conclusion that, no matter how much I want to be a sequential artist, it's just not my thing. Know your strengths, bro.