|Main blog:||Pop Arena - Blog|
|Birthday:||August 15th 1984|
|Occupation:||Artistic / Creative|
|Education:||High school, Some college|
|Race/lineage:||White / Caucasian|
|Location:||United States, Idaho, Orofino|
|Height:||6' 4" (193 cm)|
|Astrological Sign:||Leo (July 23 - Aug 22)|
|Smoking:||No. But not bothered by it|
|Your Home:||Live with parents|
|Likes:||Cheesy B-flicks; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; He-Man; Transformers; Mighty Max; old-style Nickelodeon; the NES; classic children novels (Things like Wizard of Oz and the Narnia series); reading; writing; 1970s rock and roll!|
|Dislikes:||The state of modern childrens television programs; the U.S. education system (DIE!); the Japanese anime they show on Cartoon Network; Nickelodeon (between 1995-now); people who don't explore (explore anything, not just the physical world. I love to explore history myself).|
|Interests:||1980s, 1990s, occasionaly 1970s, old animation (1980s or older), old movies, old video games, writing (fiction and essay), robotics, traveling|
|Books:||Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe, the Narnia series, Flatland, The Fountainhead, 1984, Choose-Your-Own-Adventure, Encyclopedia Brown, The Chocolate War, A Year at the Movies, Les Miserables, The Dark Tower series, The Stand, LOTR (in light doses), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, To Kill A Mockingbird, Metamorphasis, Lord of the Flies, Earth Abides, Fahrenheit 451, How the Grinch Stole Christmas|
|Authors:||Douglas Adams, Stephen King, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Brandon Wesley Dennis, Miss Snyder, Ayn Rand, Dr. Seuss, Ray Bradbury, Franz Kafka, Edger Allen Poe, Ken Kasey, Victor Hugo|
|Music Genres:||60s and 70s Rock and Roll, Jazz, A pinch of New Age, Classic piano and violin pieces, Music that makes me dance|
|Bands/Artists:||The Beatles, The Monkees, Chicago, Kansas, Styx, Mannheim Steamroller, Boston, Little River Band, Three Dog Night, Simon & Garfunkle, Elton John, Billy Joel, The Guess Who, Seals & Croft, David Bowie, America (if you remove the lyrics), Queen, Weird Al Yankovic|
|Albums/CDs:||Revoler (The Beatles), Chicago's Greatest Hits, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John), Running with Scissors (Weird Al)|
|Songs:||Imagine (John Lennon), Long and Winding Road (The Beatles), The Fool on the Hill (The Beatles), Saturday in the Park (Chicago), Summers Days (Seals & Croft), I Am a Rock (Simon & Garfunkle), Someone Saved My Life Tonight (Elton John), Piano Man (Billy Joel), We Didn't Start this Fire (Billy Joel), Under Pressure (Queen), Dust In The Wind (Kansas), More Than a Feeling (Boston), Come Sail Away (Styx)|
|TV Shows:||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Transformers G1, Mighty Max, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Pinwheel, The Muppet Show, Family Guy, Real Ghostbusters, Jem and the Holograms, The Littl' Bits, Thundercats, Muppet Babies, Who's Line Is It Anyway?, Land of the Lost, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Count Duckula, Reboot, Ultraman, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (old school), Garfield & Friends, classic Disney and Warner Bros. cartoons|
|Movies:||Back to the Future 1-3, Star Wars 4-6, Indiana Jones 1-3, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The Muppet Movie, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Labrynth, 12 Angry Men, Rear Window, Bronx Executioner, Robo Vampire, Alien 1-3, Rain Man, Ghoulies 1-4, Plan 9 From Outer Space, Gremlins|
|Games:||Super Mario Bros. 1-3, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Any old side-scrolling Sonic the Hedgehog game, Pac-Man, Tetris, Pong, Half-Life, Quake, Diablo, Final Fantasy, Resident Evil, Street Fighter, TMNT IV: Turtles In Time|
|Quotes:||"Imagination is more important than knowledge" - Albert Einstein|
We're Back, A Pop Arena Story|
Well, I know I've promised time and time again that I'll get better at my updating. This is another promise. I'm sorry, I'm really trying. Hopefully, a BRAND SPANKING NEW front page design should help stir the creative juices! Check it out:
And to top it off, we have a new article on Generation X, the fail 1996 TV pilot based on the comic book series of the same name. It's mostly crap, but if you manage to get your hands on a copy, watch it for Matt Frewer's wonderful over-the-top performance alone. You can read the article HERE!
Power Rangers Vs. The Internet (plus other stuff)
Hey, everyone. I updated for once! Today, it's a review of a Power Rangers comic book, in which the Power Rangers comes face to face with the rising threat that is the world wide web! You can read it HERE!Also, I'm starting to make Doggy Comics again, and I plan to update them every Tuesday and Friday, so keep a look out at the bottom of the screen.
And in case you missed it, THE BEST & WORST OF 2006!
Christmas In Tattertown
Yeah, I know I haven't exactly been the most available person around. My work has cleared up some, AND I have a computer of my own now, so updates should hopefully return to normal. As for the last article of 2006, enjoy this painful look at Ralph Bakshi's attempt to make a Christmas special for Nick entitled Christmas At Tattertown.
Treehouse of Horror #2
Not much to explain, it's the 2nd part of our Treehouse of Horror MegaProject. You can read it HERE!