Via BGR, surfaced by Adam Deats on Twitter overnight. Big phone conference on the other show today at 3, delivered my rewrite a day early so I’ve got today to get ahead on other stuff or possibly just lay here in a bleary heap because waking up was a struggle and it’s barely 3 degrees here. Inbox: 9. Dead Body Quotient: 9300 out of 10
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It’s snowing out here, and the wind chill has it down to -2. Which I realise, for many of you, is nothing, and you’re laughing at me for even considering it worth mentioning. But out here on the Thames Delta, the warmest and driest place in Britain, it’s a bit of a body shock this morning.
Inbox 16, and two phone interviews today, so I’m likely to be a bit absent from communications channels, and also possibly building a fire to keep the cats alive. At least, that’s what two very pissed off cats are telling me.
A couple of years back, I sold the adaptation rights for the graphic novel series FREAKANGELS by myself and Paul Duffield to Crunchyroll Originals.
This week, Crunchyroll officially announced the FREAKANGELS animated series.
FreakAngels – After civilization comes to a sudden and crashing end, twelve 23-year-old psychics living in the rubble of London must check their wild impulses and discover their better angels in order to rebuild society. A Crunchyroll Studios Production based on the graphic novels by Warren Ellis & Paul Duffield. Coming soon on Crunchyroll.
You can find the image below at the Crunchyroll Originals site:
Here’s the press release, detailing their entire slate and including the full trailer video for the slate.
I have no further details, and will not for some time, so follow Crunchyroll on the social medias if you’re interested and I’m sure more news will pop up there as soon as it’s available.
ME: I just did a 10 minute run and now I can’t feel my legs
CHIP: What, you need legs for writing?
Already processed a design deck, approved a cover idea, written down some plot beats, beaten the overnight down to Inbox: 10 and chewing salads with sadness. Also doing a mild water load this week, because I’ve been bad at hydration, and I am currently sloshing around with 1400ml of water inside me at (checks clock) 145pm. (I woke up at 10am.)
Okay. The next 31 days are full speed. Here we go again.
Been a big fan of Kemper Norton for more years than either of us would like to remember. Monday begins with a new Kemper Norton record, which you can click through to buy, or stream once or twice for free. Give it a go:
In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century the majority of the world’s arsenic was created in Cornwall and Devon.
The “ Oxland Cylinder “ was one of the methods used and was a revolving iron tube used to process and vapourise arsenic pyrites. None of these devices remain intact.
It’s gently melancholy, which is good for a rainy windy dark Monday out here on the Thames Delta.
The day after my birthday, I started keeping a written log of what I do every day. Even after only a week, it exposes that even on the days I don’t think I’ve done much, I do a lot. It’s just that slews of emails and AV and document processing and calls don’t feel like the actual work. I need to remind myself that, these days, it is in fact a big part of the actual work.
As of today, I have also had to become one of those people who logs their water intake. I tell you, this bio-maintenance shit is some bullshit. I should have been sideloaded into a new body by now.
Kemper Norton just sent me his new record, I’m off —