• It reminds me a lot of Blade Runner – Elseworlds Podcast

    Prisoner of the Mind is a graphic novel by Allan Linder, sixteen years in the making. The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future. A government agent discovers a seventy year old secret, revealing a past that the agency will kill for [MORE...]

  • Prisoner of the Mind: Graphic novel released on Comixology

    “The most impressive indie graphic novel of the decade.” ~ Super Robot Mayhem [MORE...]

  • Animated teaser trailer released

    The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city. [MORE...]

  • What makes us human? flesh, bone, circuitry... or something more.

    Will Cole discover who he’s chasing and who is chasing him? Will he re-unite with Jasmine his former lover to clear his name or remain a wanted man? [MORE...]

Friday, July 20, 2018


Written and directed by Daniel Armstrong and starring Daisy Masterman, Whitney Duff, and Emma-Louise Wilson, Sheborg tells of an alien fugitive that crash lands into a local puppy farm and begins turning people into mutated robot killing machines with a taste for puppy flesh. Say wha...

If you have been following this film which started back in 2015, it's finally coming true. Check out the trailer below. 




Looks like some cheesy sci-fi-fun.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018


Day 3 of Non-Comic Con! which means FREE Comic books. The first issue of Prisoner of the Mind 1 is free to read. Click on the link below.


  Click here for Free comic books, Day Three! Non-Comic Con Relaxational Week!





Monday, July 16, 2018


STARTS TODAY! Free comics, creators, art and fun — five days packed with comic book fun without the hassle of attending a convention. No hotel, travel or ticket costs – free to those on the Aazurn Fan List! Sign up and enjoy. http://aazurn.com/

I will be offering one of my Free Comic Books this week. Check it out!



Thursday, July 12, 2018


Well this looks interesting. I think we are in a new age of flying machines. It seems like every week we have new personal flying transportation options from different companies. Flying cars, jet packs and more... This is truly an exciting era to be part of. The latest flying machine is called The Black Fly. This thing seems pretty stable compared to the other ones so we are getting closer, but its landings are a bit funky. Here's some more info on it and then check out this thing in the video below.



We spend too much time confined to a two-dimensional network of concrete and asphalt. The dream of futurists has always been a flying vehicle capable of efficiently moving passengers from A to B.

Opener is realizing this dream in an affordable, safe, easy-to-operate, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicle: BlackFly.

Opener's BlackFly heralds a new era of aviation. Time and money spent traveling and maintaining infrastructure will be reduced. People will go places they never thought possible.





Wednesday, July 11, 2018


We are one step closer to our own robotic, cyberpunk, sci-fi world right here. This is an amazing new direction for drones. I can imagine this thing slinking through someones open window and navigating through a building. Now if they can only make it silent. Check out the video below. (watch the whole thing)


The JSK Lab at the University of Tokyo created project DRAGON. This flying "Dragon" drone can change its form to navigate through different spaces. DRAGON can change its shape to move through complex environments and even manipulate objects. DRAGON is able to autonomously decide how to transform when given the constraints of the space it needs to pass through.




Friday, June 29, 2018


So, no sooner do I post an update article about China's subways having Biometrics then this comes out! Sorry UK! We're all watched.

The UK government’s Home Office released a report this week announcing plans for a forthcoming centralized biometric database of its citizens, compiling DNA, fingerprint, face, and possibly even voice data for law enforcement to access and share, according to the Telegraph. In addition to helping local police solve crimes, the Home Office report also proposes using the centralized database for vetting migrants at borders and verifying Visa applications.


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Tuesday, June 19, 2018


China is no stranger to keeping tabs on their citizens, but this is going into new territory. Minority Report is alive and well. It looks like China will soon implement a biometric facial recognition surveillance system.

China Daily reports that two forms of biometric recognition to be installed; palm touch and facial recognition. Together, they could offer a solution to ease congestion issues and help reduce fare evasion.


Beijing's subway system is one of the worlds most congested, and it is strained at almost 10 million daily commuters. Once the biometric system is installed, cameras with online network connections would be able to identify individuals entering the city's subway stations, and palm scanning devices would allow riders to use their hands instead of paper tickets.


Chinese citizens aren't new to facial recognition tech. The law permits police to scan civilians' faces and identify any vehicle registration plates from outside the capital city supposedly in an effort to stop crime. If you've ever seen Psycho Pass, you know what I'm talking about.


However, China is known for monitoring its citizens through a range of technology and the Internet. Welcome to 2018, where the future watches you...