It’s strange to feel like an outsider. To feel as though you are watching the world through a double mirror. To bang on the glass, but never spark enough interest for the world to investigate what is on the other side.
In the spirit of Comic Con, I wanted to drop a little exclusive promo poster image for my upcoming Roz Wells + The Vortex short, “Ant Agony.”
You won’t actually be seeing this at Comic Con. There’s no panel, no booth, no one handing out flyers outside the convention center. No studio is producing it, after all - it’s a 100% independent production.
If you’re looking for something different from what the traditional networks have to offer, though, stay tuned! I’ll be animating it myself and sharing progress as I go.
Ritual and burial strange and elaborate ways humans prepared animals
The practice of animal burial is one that dates back to prehistoric epochs. Many cultures around the globe have buried animals for various reasons: sentimentality, religious rituals, superstition, and more. Archaeological studies of animal burials aren’t just to This article touches on only a few of the surprising ways humans have buried animals through history.catalogue what the ancient humans ate or which animals they domesticated, but these finds also shed light on the very lifestyles, beliefs and spiritual customs of ancient societies.
A group of divers found this single chair at the bottom of the ocean. Upon closer inspection, the chair was the type used in schools so it’s unlikely that it fell off a boat. Nobody truly knows how it got there.