Musings on genre writing, waterfall wandering, and peak bagging in the South's wilderness areas.
1. Ernie Kovacs...genius.2. Robert Graves...another genius.3. Ursa Major...power.4. Oates...what you see is what you got.5. Olivia de Havilland...makes my heart stop.6. Boris...'nuff said.7. Redheads...yum.8. Bradbury...more genius.9. Eli...true character.10. T-Rex...because dinos are cool.11. Poor, poor Barbara...beginning of a legend.12. Bernie 'Freakin' Wrightson.13. J-Law...the future of American cinema?
1...you got that right. Specifically, though...Kovacs as Percy Dovetonsils, poet.2: Robert Graves, yes.3: Nope. Wahb, BIOGRAPHY OF A GRIZZLY, written and illustrated by Ernest Thompson Seton.4: Yep. Warren Oates.5: Nope. Noel Niell of Superman TV series fame.6: Boris, yes. Art by Nicolai Fechin.7: the most beautiful woman who ever lived: Claudia Cardinale (from ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST).8: Not just Bradbury, but his greatest work: THE OCTOBER COUNTRY, illustrated by Joseph Mugnaini.9: Yes. Eli Wallach as Tuco.10: Nope. Allosaurus. Specifically the one in the Museum of Natural History in Washington DC.11: Yep. They're coming to get you, Barbara.12: Yes, Wrightson. From SWAMP THING #4.The best rendition of the mythical werewolf ever illustrated.13: Olga Mironova as Glascha in COME AND SEE, the best war movie ever made. Ever. Period.
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