Archive for the Miscellania Category

Baltic Amber with Dipteran

Posted in fossils, Miscellania, Weird Science with tags , , , on August 28, 2022 by MONSTERMINIONS
Possibly Family Tipulidae —A fossil crane fly.

Monsters from the ID2

Posted in Ai Renders, Miscellania with tags , on August 25, 2022 by MONSTERMINIONS

Using Craiyon

RIP Betty White

Posted in Miscellania, Old School, RIP with tags on January 2, 2022 by MONSTERMINIONS

Amazing talent over 8 decades. She was so funny, especially on the Mary Tyler Moore show. RIP Betty White who passed away just shy of 100.

RIP John Madden

Posted in Miscellania, RIP with tags on January 2, 2022 by MONSTERMINIONS

Whether you’re a football fan, gamer, or “turducken” aficionado, John Madden was an undeniable original and pioneer in TV broadcasting. RIP John Madden and thoughts out to his family, friends, Raider Nation and the rest of the NFL community.

RIP Sir Sean Connery

Posted in Miscellania on October 31, 2020 by MONSTERMINIONS
Terrific actor who was so much more than just Bond. Rest in peace.


Indicator #80

Posted in Hammer Oddities, Miscellania with tags , , on May 20, 2020 by MONSTERMINIONS
Indicator’s The Camp on Blood Island arrived! This is part of Indicator’s Hammer Vol. 3 “Blood and Terror” box set. I even have the pulp paperback reprint from 1974, originally published in 1958 by Panther Books. The novel was adapted from the screenplay co-written by Val Guest and J.M. White.

Joe 90 Glasses!

Posted in Gerry Anderson, Miscellania, Streaming with tags , on April 29, 2020 by MONSTERMINIONS

I love the British show The Repair Shop now streaming on Netflix. These talented fixer-uppers can repair and restore anything including vintage Dalek toys, clocks, furniture, musical instruments and music boxes. In Episode 4 this fellow even dons “Joe 90” glasses! Nothing like a pat on the back to Gerry and Sylvia!


Thylacine Prints

Posted in Cryptids, Miscellania with tags , , on February 5, 2020 by MONSTERMINIONS

Nice historical renders of the Tasmanian tiger. The last illustration (circa 1870) was done by Harriet Scott (1832-1910), Colonial NSW, AU, who is best known for her contributions to Lepidoptera.


Posted in Miscellania with tags , , on February 5, 2020 by MONSTERMINIONS

In the original classic Creature from the Black Lagoon there’s a scene where Julie Adams refers to an ancient surviving fish called a Kamongo. That’s a colloquial name for lungfish —a Lazarus species that has survived from the Devonian Period. Here’s an artistic render.

Apparently you can eat them.



Posted in Kaiju, Miscellania with tags on December 3, 2019 by MONSTERMINIONS