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The Indiegogo campaign for Nasser Rabadi's "Stardust" ends successfully; next up: "Brutus the Badass"

On Tuesday, the crowdfunding campaign for Stardust ended successfully, raising 756% of its original goal for a total of over $15 thousand.*

Stardust is a sci-fi horror comic written by Nasser Rabadi and illustrated by Shawn Langley, who appears to be heavily inspired by the mythology of H.P. 213 more words

What matters most is how well you walk through the fire

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Clothing & Accessories
Crown | Lode ~ Head Accessory – Summer Garden
Necklace | Swallow ~ Magic Necklace @ Kustom9 {New} 58 more words


racing toward stardust

I love old films. Everyone seems glamourous and sophisticated even when buffoonery is underfoot. It leaves me feeling star struck. However, being the killjoy my brain can be, my thoughts often take a sharp turn down a dark alley and replace adulation with stark reality. 228 more words



Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh

Stardust is all about cocaine – its history, its usage, its properties. It’s about the way a tribal drug, used for thousands of years in religious ceremonies has been taken up by the Western world, exploited and commodified; how people are enslaved by it, murdered because of it and how casual users across the Western world, no matter how they might protest, now have blood on their hands. 295 more words


Book Review | The Ladies of Grace Adieu

I first read The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories by Susanna Clarke in March 2018, and this review was originally posted on my Goodreads account then. 341 more words

Stardust by Neil Gaimen

A lot of my early reading experiences were reading fantasy novel from Dragon Lance and The Forgotten Realms. After discussing Neil Gaiman briefly with the young lady who cuts my hair and having read the Sandman comics, I figured I would give his novels a shot, being that Sandman is rooted fantasy and after hearing Stardust is a fairy tale for adults. 74 more words



stars exploded in oblivion
galaxies turned in motion
constellations drew themselves
planets formed and dispelled

chaos to tragedy
peace to serenity

the philosophers
and the poets… 17 more words