Feb. 13th, 2007 09:14 am
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (jareth well laugh!)
[ profile] pentapus has drawn Labyrinth/SGA art.

Yes, I said Labyrinth/SGA. And Rodney is a grumpy goblin in a helmet and I may just explode with glee right there.

Go see!
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (jareth well laugh!)
So, in a flyer from Forbidden Planet, the UK collectibles store, they announce a new action figure of Jareth, the Goblin King from Labyrinth.

Now, this isn't the first Jareth action figure I've seen, but the previous one was three times as expensive and looked like ass.

This one? Looks pretty damn cool. I'm not crazy about the hair, but the costume is fantastic, so is the snarky look, and they've obviously paid proper attention to The Area. Plus, he "includes interchangeable hands, a crystal ball, and a little goblin figure accessory."

I'm going to put in a pre-order for this and squee like a happy fangirl. Yay!

Or as my SO put it, "Aw, they know you exist!"


According to Forbidden Planet, the figure will arrive on the 14th of May and cost £9.99, and US store Entertainment Earth thinks it's coming in April and has it listed at $15.99.
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (fingerpointing)
The last of the Five Things! Yes, I slowed down a little on these. *g*
Many thanks to [ profile] aka_arduinna for beta'ing.

For [ profile] swiss_kun:

Five things that make Hercules regret being a hero )

For [ profile] elynross:

Five ways in which Sarah met Jareth again )

And [ profile] therienne gave me "Five things the legends got wrong about Hercules and Iolaus", but it wouldn't stay in the numbered list format; instead it turned into a small story.

1200 words, PG, Hercules/Iolaus.

Legendary )
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (rodney and ronon wildthings)
My last three drabbles for the drabble meme. Thanks to [ profile] aka_arduinna for beta and for letting me steal all her lines!

[ profile] wickedwords asked for SGA, Rodney, and 'the stuff of legends'. I may have fudged a bit on that last one, but I did put a story element in that I know she likes...*cough*

In McKay's opinion, one of Sheppard's more annoying traits )

[ profile] ltlj asked for SGA, John, and comforty.

Sheppard stared up at the medlab ceiling )

And then someone asked for SGA/Labyrinth.

drabble backstory, or, who to blame )

'Look, Major--' )
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (on and on by crackshot)
These three drabbles belong together, so I'll post them in a row, but the first is for [ profile] marici, the second for [ profile] svmadelyn (or so she claims), and the third is for [ profile] aka_arduinna, who gets a freebie on account of being a wicked enabler and beta for the first two. *g*

Thanks to [ profile] elynross for making the third all better!

The gilt-edged paper dangled from Jareth's fingers like a dead leaf )

Sarah hunted him through the dancing throng )

As they waltzed down the long gallery for a second time )

ETA: I have one no more drabble slots! Will post the last three drabbles later - other fandoms, mainly SGA.


Apr. 20th, 2006 12:24 am
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (Default)
We walked into the movie theater to see Mirrormask and ended up right behind Roger Corman, who was presented with a lifetime achievement award later on. (No, Corman didn't have anything to do with Mirrormask, which is a Dave McKean/Neil Gaiman production, but he was the Guest of Honor for the Amsterdam fantastic film festival.)

Interesting movie - entrancing, fantastical images, to which the story seemed to play second fiddle. Distinctly Gaiman, but it felt like a retread of images and ideas he used earlier and better in other stories, like Coraline and Neverwhere. Still, I'm glad to have seen it, and I wish I could see it again in a theatre where the sound isn't turned up to 11 - this one almost blew us out of our seats.

I've seen mentions of Mirrormask somehow being a sequel to Labyrinth, but I don't think that's really the case. It's a story of a magical world, growing up and taking responsibility, sure, but that's a very broad similarity. The only specific reference I saw was someone juggling four crystal balls in one hand, exactly as Jareth (or rather, Michael Moschen) did in Labyrinth. And the Valentine storyline resembles Hoggle's, but I'm not sure if that was intentional.

Off to bed now. *fwomp*
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (fairies by crackshot)
[ profile] astolat asked for another Labyrinth drabble (the first two are here).

Thanks to [ profile] elynross and [ profile] aka_arduinna for beta.

It was only a matter of time before Sarah got bored )

Taking a leaf from [ profile] wickedwords' book: I have 6 slots left in the drabble request meme, so if anyone wants a drabble in Hercules: the Legendary Journeys, SGA, Invisible Man or Labyrinth, please comment. You can throw words at me, or characters, or settings, or all three, and be as specific or non-specific as you like. :-)
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (13hourclock)
I offered to write drabbles, and got three takers, so clearly the rest of you are determined to make my life easy. Heee.
Thanks to the versatile [ profile] aka_arduinna for beta on all three!

[ profile] ltlj asked for a Hercules: the Legendary Journeys drabble, with a missing scene for one of her stories. I chose Home Is Where The Heart Is, because I love it so.

Nesmut sidled into the bedchamber )

[ profile] elynross asked for Labyrinth, with grown-up Sarah meeting Jareth.

The second time )

[ profile] halimede asked for Labyrinth too.

The Labyrinth is growing wild, my lady, Sir Didymus said )
marycrawford: 13 hour clock icon (helpinghands by crackshot)
[X-posted to [ profile] vidding]

The Vividcon Premieres show is over, alas, but on the other hand: that means I can post my vid. Yay!

Fandom: Labyrinth
Music: "Blue Jean" by David Bowie
Format: .avi with the DivX codec
Size: 14.4 Mb
Description: You may find that having is not so pleasing a thing, after all, as wanting.

Download the vid (right-click and save, please!)

Read the lyrics

I've said it before, but it bears repeating: galumping great thanks to [ profile] elynross, [ profile] halimede and both halves of [ profile] flummery for beta-ing and to [ profile] sockkpuppett for teaching me how to mess with motion settings and track mattes at the very last minute. You all rock.

Should you have any trouble playing the vid, I have outlined some solutions on my vids page.

I would love to know what you think, and that includes critical feedback, here or at .

I'll probably do a post about the making of this vid later, once I have recovered from Saturday's fantastic family wedding.

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