new
archives
faq
links
contact
facebook
X
ISSUE NO. 657
X
X
Hello reader! DEADMAN here. Remember me? I'm a murdered circus acrobat who returned to life as a spirit to find his own killer! But I also like movies. This issue, we're talking about the original TRON -- the 1982 movie where video-gamers go inside the surreal world of a video game!
X
The gamers aren't too thrilled with the place. They try to get out, but they're stopped by the video game persona of evil Ed Dillinger (David Warner). In one scene (pictured below in ANI-MOTION), Dillinger checks out a large monitor on his wall. If you look closely, on the middle of the right hand side of the screen, you can see a little yellow PAC MAN munching dots...
X
Isn't that funny? The surreal video world reminds me of the first time I got thrown into the surreal world known as Nanda Parbat. For those pitiful souls among you not familiar with my story, here's how it happened...
X
When I woke up in Nanda Parbat, I was greeted by Taj Zee!
X
Like the TRON gamers, I wasn't too thrilled with Nanda Parbat. I tried to get out, but...
X
Guess what! Bet you didn't know that Nanda Parbat was based on a real place -- an actual mountain in Pakistan called Nanga Parbat, which means "Naked Mountain."

It's the ninth-highest mountain in the world, and the western anchor of the Himalayas.

"Look to your Left," and you'll see KILLER MOUNTAIN Nanga Parbat!
X
That's all for this time, reader! Possess you later!
X
X
X
X
X