Friday, January 19, 2007

The John Agar Hypno-Cube


Stewart Sternberg seems to be forcing people to write stories whether they want to or not. This needs to be stopped, or at the very least, curtailed. I haven't taken my John Agar Hypno-Cube off my shelf since the Kree-Skrull War, but something needs to be done. Who's with me? Using my superhero name, I remain yours truly, The Scarlet Corgi of 1966, forever trapped in time. No thanks to Stewart, even though he hasn't caused time to be broken as of yet.

11 comments:

Ormondroyd's Encyclopedia Esoterica said...

I see Mole People.
And bless you for remembering the Kree-Skrull War. I saw a veteran just the other day, sitting on a curb with his/her/its tin cup, offering to shape shift for a dollar, very sad.

Sidney said...

Not the dreaded John Agar Hypno-Cube, aieeeee!

Charles Gramlich said...

Man, I loved the Kree-Skrull war. I'd forgotten about that. I wish had those old comics now.

Chris said...

I much prefer the idea of the Time King using a Time Cube, not a Hypno Cube. What about the time traveling possibilities of a "Dew. Cold." Mountain dew glass bottle? Is one of the soft fabrics of time torn via salt induced screams on Archer ave. I vote yes.

Kate S said...

Dear Mr. Sallee,

Your post has been referred to Blogger for TOS violations and our lawyers have placed your IP address in a database for further observation. Resistance is futile.

Thou Shalt Not Defame the Stew!

Sincerely,

The Society for the Promotion of the Royal House of Sternberg

PS: The Guru will be sending your writing assignment shortly. Accept this loving gesture, and understand He only hopes you will see the errors of your ways.

Stewart Sternberg said...

Time is an artificial venture. Your John Agar Hypno-Cube is useless. I, too, am Veteran of the Kree-Skrull War. At that time, I repaired to Latveria. There, to be tutored by the likes of Viktor Von Doom. That's the power I yield.

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

Stewart, I am aware of your power, your infinity gauntlet of wordliness humbles us all. Kate Sterling took time from her birthday celebration with George Clooney to comment on my blog. Chris remains enigmatic as Doc Magnus at a swingers club, Charles, Mike, and Mr. S all were participants in lo! that halcyon battle from 1971. Each of us, just out of boot camp. One day I should write about Time King. For all I know, Stewart has met him in my future and his present. I think at some point, us veterans need to tell Ms. Sterling and that "skywalker" woman exactly who this John Agar fellow is, and why he might be the only one that could face Stewart's power and not blink an eye!

Kate S said...

I fear not your John Agar--I have the spirit of the great Basil Rathbone on my side!

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

you say this, miss sterling, but are you aware of the true power that john agar holds? or are you a mere richard denning fan?

Kate S said...

Ok, you got me there. I loved Hawaii 5-0 when I was a kid.

But I still say my Basil Rathbone can beat your John Agar any day, so pfft to your hypno-cube.

(Looks nervously over shoulder... what was that sound?)

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

Kate, you needn't worry. John Agar has passed away. He was in a lot of B-grade horror movies like ATTACK OF THE PUPPET PEOPLE and yet starred opposite John Wayne in SANDS OF IWO JIMA. You should know, though, that there are only TWO Hypno-Cubes in existence. (Looks nervously over shoulder...what was WHAT sound? You heard a sound? Nooooooooooooo..............