Back in the day, my former writing partner and I would host a weekly Bad Movie Night.
Over the course of many months, we watched some truly shitty movies – but these four were the absolute worst.
Give me YOUR #BadMovieNight Lineup! pic.twitter.com/9rGUtzseOf
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 8, 2020
Okay, bad news. Apparently, this pandemic and murder hornets aren’t the only things we have to worry about..
What is your prediction for the Big Bad Things?
I’m going to say…
Hypnoworms! They’re malicious internet viruses disguised as memes and TikTok videos that actually contain dangerous subliminal messaging.
I was going to go with Acid Rain, but apparently that’s already taken.
Catching up on my #AGraphicNovelADay…
#AGraphicNovelADay Day 8
Midnight Vista vol. 1
19 years after the disappearance of eight year old Oliver Flores, he suddenly turns up – alive and well, and claiming to have been the victim of an alien abduction.@EliotRahal @ClaraMeath @markenglert @TaylorEspo @AfterShockComix pic.twitter.com/1yF51Hw0OV
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 3, 2020
#AGraphicNovelADay Day 9
Pyongyang: A Journey In North Korea
A peek inside North Korea offered up by one of the few westerners permitted entry to the hermit kingdom.
Humorous, harrowing, and, at times, utterly bewildering. @guy_delisle Dirk Rehm, Helge Dascher @DandQ pic.twitter.com/OnMLtmPUn4
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 4, 2020
#AGraphicNovelADay Day 10
The Puma Blues
A government agent lives an isolated wilderness existence, capturing mutant animals for study and reflecting on his post-apocalyptic world.
Lyrical and provocative.
Stephen Murphy, Michael Zulli, Rob Caswell, Mark Masztal@doverpubs pic.twitter.com/g09S3Vvkld
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 5, 2020