Kus! Week : “Plant Power” (S! #36)

Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

I’ve never had an overwhelming interest in botany, and certainly don’t have much of a green thumb (to the probable chagrin of my neighbors), so if a plant-based comics anthology (I know, I know — the choice of wording on my part there makes it sound more like a meal, or even an honest-to-goodness diet) is going to win me over, well — it’s going to have to work pretty hard. But while the theme may be of little import to me personally, S! Baltic Comics Magazine always is, and so I was more than willing to put my disinterest aside and give the venerable “digest-sized portable art gallery” series’ latest volume, entitled Plant Power, a go — and whaddya know, talk about proof positive that I need to broaden my horizons!

Lote Vilma Vitina, whose recent entry in the Mini Kus! line also focused on nature and…

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Music Video Of The Day: Good Intentions by Magdalena Bay (2019, dir by ????)

It’s been said that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions and perhaps that’s true.  Actually, I’m totally sure that’s true.  That’s one reason why I don’t ever assign any sort of moral judgment to my intentions.  I just intend and hopefully, things work out.

Anyway, that doesn’t have much to do with this video, which is actually kinda trippy and hypnotic.  What would you do if a brain ever floated near you.  I’d probably freak out a little.  Brains are very strange looking and it kind of disturbs me that apparently, everything about us is collected in something that looks like an alien.  For that reason, I’m definitely happy that people have both heads and skulls because really, you don’t want to see anyone’s brain.  That would just be disturbing.