Time for Free Comic Book Day!

Trivia Question: what is the significance of the first Saturday in May?


Yes, that’s right. Free Comic Book Day is almost here! Of course this means you need to make plans to visit your local Things From Another World on Saturday, May 5th. The good folks at TFAW have put together a stunning collection of comic book creators, who will be at all three Portland area locations. And that is on top of the special free comics–while supplies last–as well as big savings, and even the beginnings of TFAW’s astonishing Mega Sale.

PDXYAR will, once again, be adding a decidedly pirate flavour to the day as we will be on hand at the Milwaukie & Portland Things From Another World locations. We will be singing shanties, engaging in a fight or two and of course posing for pictures!

Now if you find yourself not being able to make it to the Portland or Milwaukie locations, do not fret- all is not lost. While there won’t be a pirating presence at the Beaverton TFAW (not officially at least), there will be duly sworn representatives of the Empire and even the Rebel Alliance will be on hand throughout the day. As the great folks from the Vader’s Fist, the 501st Legion’s Cloud City Garrison will be joined by the Kashyyyk Base Rebel Legion at the Beaverton TFAW store from 11am until 6pm. While they will definitely be posing for photos, I can’t promise you will get any intergalactic shanty singing out of them though.

When: Saturday, May 7th from 10am until 7pm
Cost: FREE (hence the name)
Where: The 3 Portland area Things From Another World locations (details below)

TFAW Portland, OR

9:00 am: Doors open!
12:00-2:00 pm: Signings with the following creators:
* Jonathan Case – Artist for Dark Horse Comics’ The Guild FCBD book
* Terry and Rachel Dodson – Artists for Uncanny X-Men and Defenders
* Emi Lenox – Creator of EmiTown
* Steve Lieber – Artist for Alabaster, featured in Dark Horse’s FCBD books
* Jeff Parker – Writer for Hulk and Thunderbolts
Plus: The pirates of PDXYAR.

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4133 NE Sandy Blvd.
Portland, Oregon 97212
(503) 284-4693

TFAW Milwaukie

9:00 am: Doors open–enjoy free coffee from Spring Creek Coffee House, while supplies last!
10:00 am: Trackers Earth will demonstrate how to shoot a bow and arrow like Hawkeye! (Note: foam arrows only.)
12:00-4:00 pm: Live-action Heroclix.
All day: Kids’ art table.
Plus: The pirates of PDXYAR.

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10977 SE Main Street
Milwakie, Oregon 97222
(503) 652-2752

TFAW Beaverton


9:00 am: Doors open!
2:00-4:00 pm: Signings with the following creators:
* Ben Bates – Artist for Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog FCBD book
* Amy Mebberson – Artist for Strawberry Shortcake and Muppets
* Chris Samnee – Artist for Ultimate Comics Spider-Man and Serenity
* Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner – Writer and artist for Witch Doctor

All day (while supplies last):
Free Starbucks coffee for customers starting at 9:30 am!
Demos and giveaways from Game Trader.
Free cookies from Subway.
Plus: Stormtroopers and other Star Wars characters from Cloud City Garrison and Kashyyyk Base Rebel Legion.

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4390 SW Lloyd Avenue
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
(503) 643-4222

The Frank Reade “Land, Sea and Air Tour” Begins!

What could be better than an evening of high adventure with the near-mythic steampunk inventor Frank Reade, Jr? How about if such an event spanned three nights and involved some local steampunks, superheroes and pirates?

This is what you will get when you attend the “Land, Sea and Air Tour” book launch event for Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett’s new work, “Frank Reade: Adventures in the Age of Invention.”

Yes, we are talking that Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett. As in the same Portland duo that brought you the critically acclaimed book Boilerplate: History’s Mechanical Marvel and the Eisner Award–nominated science fiction comic book series Heartbreakers. Now the pair are delving back into a time before Jules Verne had his flying machines and H.G. Wells envisioned spaceships, to when the globe-trotting inventor Frank Reade became the original steampunk hero. Beginning in the mid-1870s and continuing for over forty years, Frank Reade magazines were the world’s first science fiction periodicals. Now Paul and Anina are bringing Frank and his progeny are back in a new book: Frank Reade: Adventures in the Age of Invention!

“A stunning multimedia confection of the highest order”
Publishers Weekly

To celebrate the release of this new book, the Guinan and Bennett have created a thoroughly unique launch event. Dubbed the “Land, Sea and Air Tour” the event will run three consecutive Wednesday’s this month. Not only will each night feature a separate theme of Land, Sea and Air at different local book stores, it will also have special guests to compliment the theme. And yes, this does include PDXYAR. On the 15th of February, we will not only be providing our own brand of piratical fun for the “Sea” themed night, but Paul will be actually engaging in a battle with the crew of El Tiburon, while playing the part Frank Reade, Jr!

Obviously you will want to be at Bridge City Comics for that, but before you start thinking of what night to attend, might we strongly suggest that you attend all three. You see, there’s a prize at the Feb. 22 grand finale event. When you attend this Wednesday’s event at Floating World Comics for the “Land” event, with special guests Rose City Steampunks, Local 23, you will get a “Land, Sea, and Air” passport. Get your passport stamped at all three events and you will be qualified to win a special prize. The first ten adventurers who make it to all three events and get their “Land, Sea, and Air” passports stamped will receive a print of an original Frank Reade engraving signed by both authors, plus custom-stamped Frank Reade chocolate “gold coins” (which will also be available for purchase).

Now that I have got your interest, here is the complete schedule for three events:

Feb. 8, 6-9 pm: LAND
Location: Floating World Comics
400 NW Couch St., Portland, OR 97209
Guests: Rose City Steampunks, Local 23
Vehicle: Frank Reade Jr.’s Valiant, an electric battle-wagon

Feb. 15, 6-9 pm: SEA
Location: Bridge City Comics
3725 N Mississippi Ave., Portland, OR 97227
Guests: PDXYAR
Vehicle: Frank Reade Sr. & Jr.’s Centennial, an electric ironclad gunboat
Bonus: A mock battle between pirates and author Paul Guinan as Frank Reade Jr.!

Feb. 22, 7-10 pm: AIR – The Grand Finale
Location: Things From Another World
4133 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, OR 97214
Guests: Alter Egos Society
Vehicle: “Wild” Kate Reade’s Aegis, a helicopter airship
Bonus: Prizes awarded to the first ten people who attend all three events, plus all attendees will have exclusive opportunity to purchase custom-stamped Frank Reade chocolate “gold coins.” Also, an original skit by the Alter Egos Society!

If you are interested about learning more about Paul, Anina and Frank Reade, Jr, here are a few helpful links:

Visit the Frank Reade website by clicking here.
You can join the Frank Reade Facebook group by clicking here.
You can buy Frank Reade, and Boilerplate on Etsy by clicking here.
Read about the event on the Tor.com by clicking her.
Read the Comic Book Resources interview with Paul and Anina by clicking here.

Pirates Return to the Space Room Lounge!

Legend has foretold of a shining city beneath a towering mountain where culture and peace flourish. Yet, the Ancient Seers knew it was not to remain so for long. They have seen visions of great sails billowing and a stout wooden vessel making port in the the fair city under a flag of black. They have seen a great horde of ill favored men and stunning, yet contumelious, women coming ashore and descending, in the way of a mannerless rabble, upon a local public house month after month.

As it has been foretold, Pirates are returning to the Space Room!

Yes, indeed, after a holiday hiatus, the plans for the PDXYAR, Dangerous Kids and The Space Room Lounge to present “Pirates” are now complete. Not only is this much loved event returning, we have all worked together to come up with some improvements we hope will be to your liking.

The first change to Pirates (v2.0, if you will) is sure to make you happy. No longer will the event be held on Thursday nights! Instead, in order to preserve your sick days (and ours!) “Pirates at the Space Room” will now be held on Friday nights. In fact, you can plan right now to join us on the second Friday of every month.

On top of the usual singing of shanties, amazingly delicious (and dangerously potent) special drinks and general tomfoolery, you can look forward to a few new additions. One such addition is a Liar’s Dice Challenge. In this you will be able to challenge a pirate to a game of Liar’s Dice and if you win… well, let’s say there is a reward that certain state and local regulations prohibit us from discussing in an open forum.

The first of the new and improved “Pirates at the Space Room” will be Friday, February 10th from 8pm until midnight. After that will be occurring every 2nd Friday of the month. Make your plans, grab the number to your favorite cab company and we will see you there!

When: Friday, February 10th from 8pm until midnight (then every 2nd Friday of the month)
Where: The Space Room Lounge
4800 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
Portland, OR 97215
(503) 235-6957

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PDXYAR Invades Maher’s Irish Pub

This weekend set a course for Lake Oswego and join of the PDXYAR crew at Maher’s Irish Pub. If you missed our first two outings at Maher’s you can make up for it on Friday, January, 20th at 9pm.

Join us for a fine evening of pirates, shanties, fine beverages and sumptuous foods!

What: PDXYAR Invades Maher’s Irish Pub

When: Friday, January, 20th- 9pm to 11pm

Where: Maher’s Irish Pub- 352 B Ave, Lake Oswego OR 97034

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The 2nd Annual Ocracoke- A Pirate Gathering

Legend has it that near the end of his infamous career, Blackbeard came up with a plan to fortify a base to make it into a pirate haven. The location for this endeavor was to be village of Ocracoke, in the North Carolina colony, where many believe the pirate had established a “business relationship” with the colonial governor.

In memory of this idea, our good friends from The Copper Coin Festhall are presenting “Ocracoke- A Pirate Gathering” in Centralia, Washington, this weekend.

The 2nd Annual Ocracoke- A Pirate Gathering kicks off on Saturday, January 14th at 1pm. This 21 and over event will be featuring games, shanties, grog, belly dancers, performers and food. PDXYAR will be on hand to provide not only shanties, but also a performance featuring the sultry stylings of The Broadsides.

If you are not familiar with The Copper Coin Festhall, it be not your typical bar. Harkening back to an earlier age, The Copper Coin operates essentially on the concept of Bring-Your-Own-Booze, but with a twist. Just bring a bottle of rum, vodka, whiskey, tequila,or whatever you like and give it to the bar. Then you get to drink what ever you like all night. The Copper Coin has a large selection of cocktails and tasty drinks they can serve. Simply put, be good to The Coin and they’ll be good to you!

On top of the delightful entertainments and fine drinks, here will be a free dinner on Saturday night, as well as a free breakfast Sunday morning.

For those coming from out of town, a special discount rate has been set up with the King Oscar Motel of Centralia. Tell them you are with the Pirate Gathering and you can get single rooms available for $40 or a double room for $45. Follow this link for contact information.

When: Saturday, Jan. 14th 1pm
Cost: $15
Where: Fords Prairie Grange Hall
2640 W. Reynolds Ave, Centralia, WA

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F**K! Hum-Bug!: THE HOLIDAY Variety show SPECTACULAR!

Join PDXYAR for our very last event of the year as we particpate in F**K! Hum-Bug!: THE HOLIDAY Variety show SPECTACULAR!.

What is this show you ask? Let’s just say it is celebrating the season with an utter lack of the gentility found around your archetypal family dinner table. While your family gathering may require a certain level of, often painful, decorum you can join us at the Someday Lounge to become one with your baser side. We’re talking bucket loads of profanity, nudity, (choreographed) fights and more.

Besides PDXYAR, as well as a performance from PDXYAR’s own “Broadsides,” you can look forward to a host of other entertainments including:

Drag Queens
Live music from the Bridge City Underground
Megan Spear from Jared Mees and the Grown Children
Delaney and Paris
The Morals
performances from local pottymouths: Doc Luben, Johnny No Bueno and others
Plus much more.

Head over to the Facebook invite for this invite, get more info and make your mark as attending!

When: Friday, December 23rd
Time: 9pm- 12am
Cost: $5
Where: Someday Lounge
125 NW 5th, Portland, OR 97209

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The PDXYAR Holiday Shopping Guide- Arts and Craftsmanship/The Written Word

Arts and Craftsmanship

Forge & Thistle

The Forge & Thistle specializes in Renaissance, Scottish highland and pirate events. They offer an ever expanding array of quality hand-made products by Kevin Stephenson and Jamie Thomas. But, they are more than that. They personify craftsmanship in world of stamped out, robot-machined, assembly line disposable goods. When you purchase an original piece from Forge & Thistle you have gotten something unique that will last.

Obviously, this writer is a fan, but with cause. Check out their website and if what you are looking for isn’t there, ask them about it. You won’t be sorry.

Custom orders are always welcome.

Visit the Website
Like them on Facebook

Quicksilver’s Pirate Pots

Sturdy stoneware made by the hand of a pirate, using old-world methods and attention to detail. Custom work a specialty of his, but words fail to describe the artistry of his work.

Do yourself a favor and check out Quicksilver’s website. His work is not limited to the pirates on your list and you are bound to find something to fit nearly any taste!

Visit his Website
Follow him on Twitter

Monkey Minion Press

Monkey Minion Press is, on the surface, just like any other fledgling design and illustration company trying to make it’s mark. However, a quick scratch at that surface and you begin to see that what’s underneath is a great deal more than that. They offer a well-rounded approach to any problem presented to them, be it illustration, design, layout or copy writing. They can do it all.

Now, this entry in our guide bridges the gap between two categories. Not only does Monkey Minion Press superior illustration, custom work and etched-ware, but they also offer a books, including “Captain Dan Takes a Day Off”. Visit the website for all the current items on sale, but if you don’t see what you are looking for you can hire Dane to produce what you want.

Visit the Website
Visit on Facebook
Follow him on Twitter

The Written Word

Geek in the City Comics

Sure you know renowned and nearly award winning “Geek in the City Radio”, but do you know about Geek in the City Comics? Writer Aaron Duran and artist James Sinclair (a colorist on “Hellboy” and “The Flash”), joined by editor/letterer Jennifer Alvin, present “La Brujeria” — their supernatural comedy about Althalia, a “gifted” temp who gets a job at a pawn shop that’s actually a front for a team dedicated to Fairy Tale Domestication.

Geek in the City Comics represents the best in indie comics, support them today!

Visit the Website
Follow him Twitter

Hollyanna McCollom’s “Moon Portland”-

Are you a carpetbagging transplant to PDX? Do you have visitors coming from out of town and want to empower them to find their own points of interest? Were you, perhaps, born here but wonder what you might have missed in this fine town. For any of these possibilities, we would like to point you to the wonderful guide, Moon Portland.

Longtime Oregonian resident, and PDXYAR pirate, Hollyanna McCollom covers the best of the Portland area — including the Cultural District, the Alphabet District, and Alberta Street. She provides a variety of travel strategies such as The Best of Portland, Pint-sized P-Town, and Rainy Day Portland. The guide also covers the most popular sights, including Ankeny Square, Skidmore Fountain, Union Station, and the Alberta Art Walk. Complete with expert tips on the best dining that spans different cuisines, as well as the best bars and nightclubs, Moon Portland gives travelers the tools they need to create a memorable travel experience.

The book is available in both paperback and Kindle edition.
Order the book here
Visit Hollyanna’s blog here
Follow her on Twitter

The PDXYAR Holiday Shopping Guide- the Apparel

In our first installment we talked about music (click here if you missed that) now we are turning to some of the fine places and people who can dress you in just the right clothing. Behold the Apparel Shopping Guide!

Sock Dreams

The fabulous folks of Sock Dreams keep the the drawers of PDXYAR full with stripey knee-highs, and well they should: nobody knows socks like Sock Dreams! Whether you’re looking for men’s or women’s, tights or anklets, wool, cashmere, Nordic patterns, sharks, or anything and everything in between, they’ve got you covered from the toes up. They do more than socks, however; check their accessory selection of garters, arm and leg warmers, petticoats, and more! The best part? Order online and get free shipping, every day, anywhere in the US! Their staff is second to none, always ready to answer questions and, if you ask nicely, make a little doodle on your shipping invoice.

Visit their website
Like them on Facebook:
Follow them on Twitter

Midnight Armor

Ava and Lagers, members of PDXYAR and owners of Midnight Armor, specialize in custom design costumes and accessories. Whether you’re looking for a piece to complete your set or a brand new ensemble, if you can dream it up, they can make it reality! Their specialties include period-appropriate pirate, Victorian, Renaissance, and Medieval garb, Steampunk, 501st approved Star Wars armor and more for both men and women. They pride themselves on the quality of their craftsmanship and promise to make you never want for an “off the shelf” costume ever again! Everything they make is built to be lived in and make your alternate (or not so alternate) ego become a reality! Contact them now for a free costume consultation!

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Or contact them via email at ava@pdxyar.org or lagers_j@comcast.net

Damsel In This Dress

Official outfitter of many of PDXYAR’s wenches, she makes us all look drop-dead gorgeous on every budget. Her shops boast skirts of many lengths and bustles, hats, and her signature steel-and-fiberglass-boned corsets with ingenious twists like the empire corset (for the bellydancers and the pregnant wenches!), hoods, collars, long tails, short tails, two-piece sets, bustles, buttons, gunshell casings, garters…your options are virtually unlimited! Her deals on Artfire and Etsy are wonderful if you want premade and she takes customs for any design you could possibly need.

Visit her Website: http://damseldress.com/
Like her on Facebook
Shop on Artfire
Shop on Etsy
Follow her on Twitter

Sakkara Clothing & Costume

Kim Sakkara is a PDX-based seamstress to bellydancers who like to look good and be comfortable, but her gorgeous costumes and accessories also work beautifully for piracy and firedancing! A bellydancer herself, Kim knows how to craft clothing that flows and flatters the movements of the wearer. Her lace and velvet works are utterly comfortable and yet look more stunningly beautiful on stage than something that feels as easy to slip on as yoga pants has any right to be. She outfits for every size, so both the petite and the goddess-sized can shop together, have excellent selection, and the advice of a woman who can create for all shapes.

Visit the Website
Like her on Facebook
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Finally there is one way this list could be complete without including DressLikeaPirate.com.

DressLikeaPirate.com began in 2003 and has since grown from just a dozen or so items of clothing to 600 products at last count, and they don’t count each size and color choice to come up with that number. It has moved from a spare bedroom in an apartment to the entire bottom floor of a multi residence building. Their main focus is on personalized service, the best customer service ever seen from a website, and to put a face on who you are sending your money to. When you visit the site, they want you to feel that you are walking into their stylish boutique where they hand you a cup of rum, take your measurements, and dress you .

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(UPDATED) Stumptown Artisan Emporium & Bone Shaker’s Tea Parlour


This Saturday join us for a very special event where you can enjoy, “Findings, Finery, Frippery and Fashion for the Discerning Time Traveler!” at the Stumptown Artisan Emporium & Bone Shaker’s Tea Parlour..

The organizers of this affair have sought out purveyors of creative, handmade crafts, replica or vintage, clothing, costuming, jewelry, accessories, props, hats, cosmetics, ephemera, décor etc. We love re-purposed, up-cycled, and re-cycled goods and put them in one place for your shopping pleasure. As well they have encouraged vendors be garbed and bring wares representing “Time that Never Was, but Yet May Be” (i.e.: Gothic, Fantasy, Steampunk, Cyberpunk, Anime and Sci-Fi Fandom), and historical eras including, Medieval, Renaissance, Elizabethan, Georgian (18thc Pirates!), Regency, Pioneer, Civil War, Old West, Edwardian, Jazz Age and Mid-20th Century periods. The combination, not to mention the Bone Shaker’s “pay what ye will” Tea Parlour, will create something beyond your everyday trade faire.

Attractions Include:

Yuletide shopping for unique & handmade creations
Be entertained by colorful characters!
Recharge and relax in Bone Shaker’s “pay what ye will” Tea Parlour
Music by: Faerabella, Blair Vail, Professor Gall & the What the
Dickens?! Carolers
Gaming & Shanty-Singing with the PDX YAR Pirates
How to Make a Jellyfish Ha/Costume Demo- Join the herd, bloom, smack!
Mrs. S’s Tiny Hats Traveling Show: Decorate a a Tiny Top Hat- $5.00
Enjoy a visit from a jolly old elf!

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Subject to change!

Ongoing in the Tea Parlour:
Pirate Gaming , Tasseography (Tea Leaf Reading) , Divination/Tarot demos

1:00 pm
PDXYAR Pirate Shanty Sing -a-long

1:30 pm
Jelly Fish Hat Costume Demo
Join the Jelly herd, bloom, smack!

2:30 pm
The Tiny Top Hat Traveling Show $5.
Design your own hat!

3:00 pm
What the Dickens?! Carolers (non-traditional carols)

4:00 pm
Blair Vail Mackin

5:00 TBA

6:00 pm


Anglin Artisan
Autumn Steam
Avery Milieu Millinery
Blair Vail
Bratty Hat Company
Conjure Oils
Dancing Heron
Dangles and Baubles
Deadly Darlings
Delightfully Deviant
Forge & Thistle
the Gorgonist Illustration
Gothic Beagle
the Green Wolfe
the Guiding Tree
House of Six Cats
Lady M’s Hats
La Vie Macabre
Love Flow Creations
Mary Marvin Art
Mystic Rose Wear
the Notorious Mrs. S &
the Tiny Hats Traveling Show
the People’s Republic of Portland
PDX YAR Pirates
Professor Gall
Questionable Vintage
Rose City Steampunks Collective
Silver Tide Jewelry
Spider Sewing
Starr Photography
Sugar Dolly Dry Goods
Stumptown Kilts
Tarot Readings by Janet
Thistillium Pottery
TinPlate Studios
Upcycle Studios

What: Stumptown Artisan Emporium
Cost: Free!
When: Saturday, Dec. 10th 12-8 pm
Where: Taborspace/Mt Tabor Presbyterian Church

5441 SE Belmont Street , Portland
downstairs- enter on SE 54th

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The PDXYAR Holiday Shopping Guide- the Music

The crew of PDXYAR wanted to give you a hand with your holiday shopping this year. We’ve put our heads together and assembled a list of gifts you won’t find in any of the most mega of mega stores. What started as a cool idea turned into a labor of love as this guide consists of the artists, artisans and businesses that we admire.

Since the list grew beyond the length we first envisioned we have broken it up into a few different posts and we’ll be putting them on the website over the next few days.

Today we are starting with music.

Marian Call

Ms. Call is the only out-of-towner on this mostly all local list, but she has so won our hearts with her talent, genuine personality and charm.

Marian hails from Alaska but can often be found touring North America at the speed of light. Her songs are quirky geeky eclectic acoustic confections that taste like vanilla cinnamon chipotle something. She sounds a little like Joni Mitchell meets Jason Mraz meets Regina Spektor — or perhaps like the lead church choir soprano went all Ani DiFranco.

Marian’s just released a double album, “Something Fierce.” You can get, and her other albums from her website.

Visiting her website (where you can listen before you buy)
Following her on Twitter
Liking her on Facebook

The DoubleClicks

If for some reason you don’t know these Portland treasures, now is the perfect time rectify that grievous oversight. The Doubleclicks are a comedy/nerdfolk sister band that sings about Dungeons and Dragons, beatboxing, and lots and lots of heartbreak.

Currently the DoubleClicks have two albums for sale, “Blatant Pandering” and “Beta Testing 1-2-3.” both of these, very reasonable priced, wonderful offerings are available for digital download here (http://thedoubleclicks.bandcamp.com/)

You can also find out more about the DoubleClicks via:

Visiting their website (where you can listen before you buy)
Following them on Twitter
Liking them on Facebook

Kielen King’s Star Pilot’s Lament

Whether you know Kielen (kee-lin) only as a member of the, nearly award winning, “Geek in the City Radio” podcast or an artist, his latest album is a Force to be reconded with. In fact, the term album is somewhat misleading in reguards to “Star Pilot’s Lament” as it is a musical sci fi epic.

“Follow the trials & tribulations of a star pilot as he heads from one end of the galaxy to the other and find out just how bad-ass one star pilot can be…”

You can listen to the tracks and then purchase the “Star Pilot’s Lament” in either a standard or deluxe set from the website.

While you are the site, check out the selection of t-shirts for sale. Not only does he have Star Pilot’s Lament shirts, but “Fun with Race” (his infamous segment on Geek in the City Radio) and “Token Black Guy” tees as well.

You can also find out more about Kielen via:

Visiting his website
Following him on Twitter
Liking him on Facebook

Fatboy Roberts’ Geek:Remixed

You undoubtedly know Fatboy from the “Cort and Fatboy Show”, Geek Trivia Night, his sociological, and sometimes anthropological, Twitter-borne observations from his daily Max train rides or from one of his other many other exploits. But, have your heard his remix of popular geek themes? From Star Wars to Star Trek, The A Team to the Princess Bride, he has taken the music of the movies and television shows we love and remixed them into something new and awesome.

In all there are three full Geek: Remixed albums avalable for download and get this- they are all FREE. Talk about the best price ever. Go now and grab them all from his website.

You can also find out more about Fatboy via:

The Cort and Fatboy website
Following him on Twitter
Friend him on Facebook

Check back tomorrow for the next installment.