Bits & Pieces

''Subtitles in the House''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #81!

The evil Shredder welcomes the opportunity to crush his enemies in Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #81, but does he possess the necessary equipment for dispatching his reptilian foes? His buddy Hun isn’t too sure…  (5/8/06)

''An interview with Pyramid Head.''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #80!

After catching Silent Hill the other night, I had the pleasure of chatting with one of its most impressive stars: Pyramid Head. Check out our brief interview with this fashionable monster in Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #80!  (4/27/06)

''Hazel Wheatkettle's Dying Wish''

“Hazel Wheatkettle’s Dying Wish”

It’s been quite a while since we’ve had a so-called literary offering on Scary-Crayon, so here’s a short story I wrote a while back: “Hazel Wheatkettle’s Dying Wish”. We post all kinds of things on the good SC, yes we do.  (4/20/06)

A Crayon Haiku #50!

A Crayon Haiku #50!

Although computer programs and subsequent program upgrades have simplified a number of tasks that were previously more difficult and time-consuming, sometimes subtle interface changes lead to confusion.  (4/16/06)

The 4+1 SCARIEST 39¢ Easter Cards!!!


In what’s becoming a holiday tradition on Scary-Crayon, we take time out this Sunday to look at four utterly terrifying 39¢ Easter cards and an additional offering from outside the Christian section. It’s scary stuff.  (4/16/06)

Street Fighter Jenn!


We’ve seen Capcom’s brawlers take on the SNK crew, but have you ever wondered how Chun-Li would fare against Mortal Kombat‘s Mileena? Back in the day, a game called Street Fighter Jenn allowed us to dream.  (4/6/06)

YO! There's... Donatello?!?!


Okay, so it’s in its fourth season and thus isn’t all that new anymore, but here’s Scary-Crayon’s review of the current show. Then, while examining 4Kids’ DVDouble Shots, we check out the new Shredder’s first appearance!  (4/3/06)

Welcome to Disney-Crayon!


For April Fool’s Day 2006, Scary-Crayon descended into horror and madness and became Disney-Crayon! Does anybody else remember when the stuff Disney produced was actually good? I really miss those days.  (4/1/06)

I <3 Rogue.

A Crayon Haiku #49!

In A Crayon Haiku #49, we pay brief tribute to Rogue of the X-Men. Any girl whose touch is deadly and can look the part whether she’s a rough and tough Southern belle or a sullen gothic wallflower is bloody awesome.  (3/23/06)

''He's THE JUGGERNAUT... bitch?''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #79!

Yeah, I’m still upset about the modifications they made to Juggernaut for X3 — and in Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #79, you can see why. Vinnie Jones may look like a lot of things in that getup, but he’s no Cain Marko.  (3/23/06)

Renet looks... smaller.

A Crayon Haiku #48!

Although the new TMNT toon has been pretty faithful to the Mirage comics, there have been some exceptions. See A Crayon Haiku #48, for example, in which we compare the Renet of the comics to the animated version…  (3/18/06)

Oh boy, another underdeveloped character.


More X-Men on Scary-Crayon! Unfortunately, their arrival is not as welcome this time around, as all indications from the X-Men 3: The Last Stand trailer suggest that the film is going to suck even worse than the first two.  (3/16/06)

The Legendary Glazed Toroid Fishstick Sandwich!


In the tradition of THE SANDWICH SO WEIRD it frightens McGriddles and THE SANDWICH THAT PETRIFIES THE GODS, Scary-Crayon is proud to present… The Legendary Glazed Toroid Fishstick Sandwich! Amazing.  (3/12/06)

Meet your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.


Or not. Spidey’s latest video game outings have met with fairly impressive reviews, but this one hearkens back to a time when Spider-Man titles were anything but amazing. In 16-color glory, it’s The Amazing Spider-Man!  (3/7/06)

That's a slutty chick.

A Crayon Haiku #47!

In A Crayon Haiku #47, we take a look at one of the nastier girls on “Justice League Unlimited”. The show’s depiction of women is arguably pretty questionable to begin with, but Tala takes her sex appeal way too far. Yuck.  (3/3/06)

She sees the future.


Yes, “That’s So Raven” is a terrible show, but at least it’s harmless, right? Wrong. Welcome to the Black History Month episode, in which Raven champions racist hiring practices while making a total ass of herself.  (2/28/06)

X-Men, this is the day!


X-MEN! Kids today may be playing X-Men Legends II, but this isn’t the first time the X-Men have gotten a video game sequel — and I’m not talking about Mutant Academy 2 on PSX. Behold: X-Men II: The Fall of the Mutants!  (2/25/06)

''Splinter's a funny guy.''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #78!

It’s time for more knock-knockin’ humor with one of our favorite fathers in Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #78! Join Master Splinter atop a New York City rooftop as he once again shows us what a funny guy he is.  (2/21/06)