This is too good not to share.
If you like to laugh, that is. My friend Craig Shaw Gardner recently reissued his Cineverse Cycle in ebook form, and it’s probably my favorite of his funny trilogies. (His humorous fantasy is often compared to that of Terry Pratchett.)
The series starts with Slaves of the Volcano Gods. But honestly, the best title of the bunch (and really, one of the best titles in all of literature) is the third book, Revenge of the Fluffy Bunnies. Slaves is where you start, though, with Roger’s life changing forever with his discovery of the secret decoder ring that unlocks the parallel universes of B-movies! And pits his destiny against that of the grand Plotmaster!
Totally silly, totally fun.
That’s the assertion of Stephen Colbert in this classic bit from 2010. I’m going to miss the Colbert Report when it goes off the air next week.
The Boston Globe has compiled some of Colbert’s best moments.
And you don’t want to miss President Obama, taking Colbert’s seat and lampooning himself. Great stuff. And good to see that he’s kept his sense of humor.
Saturday Night Live released their own version of the trailer (thanks to the Boston Globe for the link). See Chewie in the cone of shame:
This is too good not to post. Lovers of Simon and Garfunkel, and lovers of Battlestar Galactica unite!