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Roller Blade 3: The Movie That Never Was

The latest Scott Shaw Zen Documentary has just been released, Roller Blade 3: The Movie That Never Was.

For you fans of Roller Blade Seven this movies allows you to take a look at the first filmmaking collaboration between Scott Shaw and Donald G. 13 more words

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Catching Up With Scott Shaw

Here is the translation for the 2015 interview with Scott Shaw for the Romanian magazine, Crystal Spirit.

What are you currently working on?
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Wilmington University

Gaming today is far more than just video games and recreation.

Pat Ciarrocchi is here to speak with Scott Shaw, Chair of the Game Design and Video & Motion Graphics programs at Wilmington University, to discuss what today’s advanced technology brings and its role in education and Wilmington University’s big East Coast Reboot competition for Designers, Developers, and Techies. 44 more words

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Scott Shaw Zen Filmmaking Trailer

There is a new one minute Scott Shaw Zen Filmmaking Trailer up at YouTube. Click on the link to check it out.

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Mais Vampiros No Cinema

There is a great three volume book collection, presented in Portuguese, that has been released titled, Mais Vampiros No Cinema. This series discusses Vampire Cinema. In Volume Two, covering the years 1980 to 1990 and Volume Three covering the years 2000 to 2010 the author, Ricardo Massato Miura, details the Vampire Based Zen Films created by Scott Shaw along with a lot of other great films. 55 more words

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Showcase Presents: Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! (DC Comics)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Return to an Era When Comics Were Fun.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow.

This will be difficult for anyone who started reading comics around 2011 to believe, but there was a time when DC Comics actually created fun, whimsical titles that didn’t take themselves too seriously. 649 more words

Comics

In the Hall of Mirrors with Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew

Somewhere between “funny-animal” comics and cartoons for children and the evolved animals of Planet of the Apes and other adult science fiction lies the semi-serious talking animal trend in comic books of the 1970s and ‘80s. 2,016 more words

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