Saturday Matinee – Axe Cop, Dog Machine & Lake Street Diva

Axe Cop! I’ve seen better and this one is the most accurate. More links here.

Rube Goldberg Dog Machine  is awesome. [via]

Lake Street Dive = Street soul on the street with soul.  [via]

Great RetroSoul. See you tomorrow, have a great weekend, folks, and please stay clear of the IdiotMobs. No goodwill is intended, and no good will come from it. Be safe.

Saturday Matinee – Pigeon Pong, Axe Cop and Jonathan & Darlene Edwards

Pigeon Pong. [via]

New Axe Cop animated series! (If you don’t know why Axe Cop is pure awesome, you haven’t been paying attention. CLICK HERE and follow the links.)

A fun holiday song (that Bunkarina named “dafuq?”).  Watch for the possum.

Have a great weekend, folks. There’s more awesome coming to a blog near you.

Saturday Matinee – Axe Cop, Roadtrip, Original Stairway to Heaven, Mumbles, YaYa and the Wall of Death

Axe Cop is Awesome. PERIOD.

Whoever added the Boots Randolph sound track to this car chase gets our respect.

In 1964, The Beatles wrote “Stairway to Heaven.” [Found here.]

Clark Terry’s classic scat “Mumbles” [from M @ Blogmocracy].

Gotcha some Buckwheat Zydeco with a cover of Lee Dorsey’s “YaYa.”

Might have posted this before, but I like the song. Originally recorded by Richard and Linda Thompson, it still kicks. Have a great weekend, folks.

More Breaking News: Ask AXE COP!

Good God! The Nicolle Brothers have a goldmine with AXE COP, and Episode 6 is up. Ethan Nicolle reports that since 25 January they’ve been getting 30-45 THOUSAND hits a day, and now they’ve got a splinter thread called “Ask AXE COP.” [Don’t squint, click the image.]

Due to the massive volume of traffic, their site is being revamped to handle the load.

[Related post with links here.]

Breaking News: AXE COP!

AXE COP is the most awesome thing we’ve seen on the internest in years.

Imagine Calvin as the author of a comic strip, and this is what you get. Created and written by a 5 year old, his 29 year old cartoonist brother puts it into action in glorious black and white.

Ya gotta read it from the beginning, Episode 1.  (Episode 0 comes later.) Unfortunately the website is slow to load, and has some other quirks about it, but it’s worth the time.

Superhero Sockarang is my personal favorite.
He shows up in Episode 5:

“Sockarang came to a try out when Axe Cop was preparing to go on a mission to fight Bad Santa and the Evil Flying Book. Sockarang has socks for arms, and he can shoot them out and they return to him like boomerangs. In his fight with Bad Santa he got some of Bad Santa’s blood on him and he got Bad Santa powers, which he used for good.”

[Link via  the Awesome Miss Cellania.]

[Clarification: Although the image above is from the Axe Cop site, the lame-o mspaint editing/coloring  job was our doing for purposes of this post only, with apologies to the Nicolle Brothers.]

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