It’s amazing what you can do with no sleep, and a high-pressure caffeine IV. “Super Smash Wars: A Link To The Hope” is officially online now. And yes. I’m making the sequels.
With the exception of the Shredder, Super Mario may very well be the biggest threat to turtles on this planet. Case in point…
If you’re a fan of floating cities, steampunk, transforming trains, robot squids, clockwork frogs, and/or mechanical magnet women, there’s a fair to moderate chance SteamPuff Episode 2 will make you swoon with geek-tastic happiness. Mad props to the brilliant animation team at Steelehouse Productions who, in my humble yet biased opinion, have handily helped create the single greatest kids show of all time.
What do you get when you combine 1989′s Ghostbusters 2 with Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Toad, Yoshi, Baby Yoshi, Baby Mario, Boo, King Boo, Dry Bones, Greenie, Shadow Queen, Roger the Potted Ghost, Poe, Kirby, Kamek, Wario, Hammer Brothers, Boomerang Brothers, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mad Piano, Demon Train, Koopa Kid, Samus Aran and Bowser?
This needed to exist. And now it does.
ALWAYS cross the streams.
Somewhere in the jaw-dropping vastness of the multi-verse, I like to think that this cartoon plays at 7:00 am. Every Spladderday morning.
Happy holidays to all, and an extra timey-wimey New Year.
Transforming trains. Floating island cities. And a dangerously awesome dose of H.P. Lovecraft. Sound tasty?
Thanks to the mind-meltingly gifted team at Steelehouse Productions, I am proud and excited to finally unveil my latest children’s project to the world: THE SKY HIGH CITY OF STEAMPUFF. Click on over, give it a peek, and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE for future episodes!
For those of you who still crave the unmitigated spectacle of giant steam locomotives transforming into colossal, hammer-wielding robotic juggernauts … prepare to get your squeal on, kids. Thanks to the massively (some might even say disgustingly) talented crew at Steelehouse Productions, I can now officially reveal the teaser for my latest top secret project: The Sky High City of SteamPuff!
With the first 4 episodes of the Trains-Formers series pulled (without prior notice) by HiT Entertainment, it seemed as though Vector’s animated adventures were over for good. Fortunately, I am not a big fan of being told what to do. But I AM a big fan of my son. Add those together and you get TRAINS-FORMERS 5. (Minus the trains, of course)
Welcome one and all (but mostly all) to the leaner, meaner, fully bloggified version of JamesFarr.com. As my schedule these days leaves precious little time for things like lunch, games of Monopoly, and what would generally be considered simple web site maintenance, I thought a redesign might be in order. That said, this new site should enable me to post updates from any place, at any time, and via any device I happen to have at hand. As such, I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome myself to the year 2004.
As per usual, I have multiple projects in the works, several of which will be revealed in the next three to four weeks. So by all means, keep your eyes peeled. (Metaphorically)
More news as it happens!