Monday, 19 May 2008

2000 AD Prog Slog mentioned in The Guardian Film blog

For the Guardian Film blog, Mark Hooper raises the question that any person with at least a partial knowledge of 2000 AD has will have asked themselves; Why Are There No Decent 2000 AD Films? He deals with the subject with aplomb, but I mention it here because he finishes his entry mentioning my 2000 AD Prog Slog. “In the meantime, if you're experiencing Scrotnig withdrawal, Paul Rainey's excellent Prog Slog blog does exactly what it says on the tin: an exhaustive review of every issue (or "Prog") of the comic. So far he's up to 1986. Hollywood producers take note.” That’s pretty cool, isn’t it; having your blog mentioned in The Guardian Film Blog. Although, I’m sure at the very end there, Mark is telling Hollywood to take note of 2000 AD and not necessarily my blog. Although, Hollywood, if you’re reading this and need some help sorting out potential movie franchises from 2000 AD then I’m your man.

pbrainey

4 comments:

Rol said...

I think you've just arrived.

Paul B Rainey said...

Hi Rol. I've always wanted to arrive.

Jay said...

Now that you've arrived, what's the grass like? Lend us a fiver? Get us a part in the Rogue Trooper movie. I could be Major Magnam, no sweat. Although I do have the beard for Nikolai Dante at the moment...

Paul B Rainey said...

Hi Jay. I think you could do a good Rogue, myself. You'd have to walk around with your top off, though and dream at night about being reunited with your regened bio-chip buddies.