Blue Falcon was a request from my friend Jason Young. I finished the drawing and then knew that I couldn’t leave it alone. I needed to add B.F’s best friend, Dynomutt, the Dog Wonder! I used to watch and love this cartoon as a kid (oh, USA Cartoon Express, I miss you most of all).
Sorry. I had more, but then got incredibly sad about the lack of Saturday morning cartoons and the sorry state of modern cartoons.
Last night I watched a terribly dull turd of a movie called Crucible of Horror – a title made of only lies. It’s also known as “The Corpse” and “The Velvet House” – also lies. Upon further research, it’s a very loose remake of a film called “Les Diaboliques”, further remade as “Diabolique” in the 90s starring Sharon Stone. When I worked at the movie theater, I remember enjoying saying the word “Diabolique” quite a bit, and of course listening to all the people who bought tickets for it butcher it.
That’s a lie.
No one ever bought tickets for that movie.
Basically, Alfred Pennyworth from the Tim Burton Batman movies is a creepy, abusive, and molesty dad. His wife and daughter then plot to murder him. The murder never actually happens. The movie ends with no explanation. Ta-da! Apparently, to up the creep-factor, Alfred’s on-screen son and daughter were played by his actual son and daughter-in-law. So there. If you find it on Netflix, destroy your Netflix device so you never accidentally watch it.