If you've never heard of R. Kelly's Trapped in the Closet, you are missing out on a cultural event of epic and (perhaps unintentionally) hilarious proportions. Described by Kelly as a "hip hopera," it's a series of songs and corresponding videos telling the story Sylvester (played by Kelly), who engages in a one night stand that turns into a seemingly never ending story of sex, lies, adulterous midgets hiding under kitchen sinks, and all sorts of crazy s**t, and features a set of characters that includes a midget named Big Man, a cop mockingly referred to as "LL Fool J," and a character named Pimp Lucius (Also R. Kelly,
Prepare yourself for the ultimate technique! Infinite Kung Fu creator Kagan McLeod joins Chris and Matt on this week's War Rocket Ajax podcast to talk about the martial arts epic that it took him ten years to create and the influences that inspired him from the world of movies! It's a head-kicking, bone-shattering discussion of one of the best comics of the past few years, and you can listen to the whole thing right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #102: Rage of the Screaming Centipede, with Kagan McLeod
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)
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If our enthusiastic write-up of Kagan McLeod's Infinite Kung Fu wasn't enough to convince you of this graphic novel's great worth, perhaps this new video trailer will make you see the light. Produced by Top Shelf Productions, the video goes beyond the style of most comic book hype clips and actual
The summer of Top Shelf continues with Infinite Kung Fu, a massive 464-page zombie martial arts epic by writer-artist Kagan McLeod. Employing the genre tropes of both kung fu, horror and Western films, Infinite Ku