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Many thanks to Lee Jones for this latest piece of promotional artwork for Batman: Exorcism of Bruce Wayne!

 




Co-writer, co-director, all co-p. Terry Cooper has an update for us, and what an update it is!

 




I am immensely proud to reveal the teaser for my forthcoming feature "Batman: The Exorcism of Bruce Wayne".

 



The Offworld Teaser Trailer is here. She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts...

 

This July the comic creators of Wales will all be congregating in the Masonic Hall in Cardiff for the annual Cardiff Independent Comic Expo (CICE). Alongside fantastic guests such as 2000 AD [...]

 



Coding an example SFTP client for a friend (using WinSCP) today, I realised I needed the 2048-bit RSA fingerprint for my server.

 
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The cat (or should that be bat?) is out of the bag. My next film project will be a not-for-profit fan film... BATMAN: The Exorcism of Bruce Wayne.

 
Category: Films
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The bridge set from Offworld, our beloved Tantalus II, has been sold.

 
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Novlr is a relatively "new kid on the block" as novel writing software goes. I've been tracking it for a while, watching the feature list expand and dipping in for a free trial from time to time. This month, I signed up for the pay-monthly package. As endorsements go, I suppose that's the best one that I can give.

 
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With the cockpit/bridge shots behind us, the dauntless Team Offworld find ourselves in possession of a rather swanky looking spaceship set. And, a bit like when Han lost the Falcon to Lando, it can be yours.

 

There's a little over 24 hours left to make contact with the team at Triskelion Pictures if you want to audition for a role in the next feature I am working on.

 
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Cardiff International Comic Expo is back in Cardiff's Masonic Hall on July 8th.

 


Microsoft responded quickly to the WannaCry global cyber attack, releasing a patch for the defunct Windows XP operating system. Since then it's focussed its attention to launching scathing attacks against governmental agencies, such as the NSA, who have been "stockpiling" software vulnerabilities for their own purposes.

 

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/05/16/microsoft_stockpiling_flaws_too/

 
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