Category: on horns and tooting
Join us, on a very magical evening at Toronto’s Black Swan, for a re-telling of The Last Pilgrimage.
(The audio isn’t brilliant, so, if you want to hear it properly, it may be best to try the episode release version.)
I recently sat through a short, but kind, interrogation by Sapphire Neil of HorrorAddicts.net:
This is indeed JRD Skinner’s first time on Horror Addicts, but trust me this is not his first time with horror. You will recognize Skinner’s name from Skinner Co. and his popular Flash Pulp site. JRD’s story for this episode of HA is titled… – Read More
Hello folks, O-Pop here!
As you may or may not know, JRD has asked me to move my blog Opopanax Feathers over to the main Flash Pulp site in order to keep all our creative genius in one convenient area.
So to get the ball rolling we’re posting a pdf version of the recent Ruby Departed Promotional Flyer. Feel free to download the file and plaster it around your neighbourhood. (No one will know it was you!)
As mentioned in last night’s FlashCast, here are Opop’s sketches.
First up, Mulligan Smith, with his punchy companion, Billy Winnipeg.
– and the Flash Pulp crest:
As a bonus, I’ll throw this out – the first person to identify all portions of the crest correctly wins a sticker. Email your answers to email@example.com or leave them in the comments!
Hello, I hope your Saturday has been full of fireworks and tiny ponies thus far.
I’ve just posted up a new page on the site, excitingly titled “Flash Pulp Promos“, to act as the bucket in which we’ll hold all further promotional mp3 bumpers.
If you happen to run your own podcast, we’d certainly appreciate a play – and, if you do, drop us a line: I’m sure we can return the favour.
Not too long ago, I was dropping broad hints to Nutty, of The Nutty Bites Podcast, that an art style she was experimenting with would make for a fantastic looking version of a certain behooded private investigator.
As mentioned on last night’s FlashCast, yesterday she surprised me with just such an image.
Great stuff, and I especially love how it looks like he’s cuddling his slurpee, as they really are his security blanket.
Thank you kindly, Nutty!