Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future Hayes Manual
'I am chuffed to say I found this in Forbidden Planet - a very recent release, which I had heard nothing about. The foreword was written in June 2013, so I presume this will be fairly prominent in your local comic shop's archive editions section as well.
Suffice it to say, what little I’ve skimmed so far is gorgeous. Bravo, Hayes!’
Space artist Ron Miller has created a series of images that illustrate the sizes of the other planets in our solar system in a way that makes them a bit more accessible, showing what they would look like if they were 240,000 miles away — the approximate distance of the moon from the Earth. He began with a picture of the moon over Death Valley (up top), and then calculated the number of degrees in the sky a given planet would take up at that distance. “For instance,” he explained to me over email, “the moon covers just 1/2 a degree. Venus would cover about two degrees, so it would appear about four time larger than the moon.”
Igranka by Who See? [Montenegro] at Eurovision 2013
'The track may not be quite to everyone's taste, but it's refreshing to see a drop of raypunk at Eurovision (of all places)!'
Fear Agent animated fan trailer by Delirium Studio; via Rick Remender.
Earth’s Conquest of Tarantuon VI
The Why of Fry
"Scooty-puff Jr. sucks!"