Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Another Side of our Charity Mage

Here’s the second instalment of our special SArmy/ZArmy Charity Mage interview!

There has gotta be a fun side of Mabes that many of us yet to really know. So a few of us bravely posed Mabes the really TOUGH questions …

And here are her very interesting answers!

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Our Very Own Charity Mage

Er… I mean.. Mabes ;)

Or you might know her as @Mabetini on Twitter - one of the lovely mods of a sanctioned Zachary Quinto fan group called SArmy or Sylar’s Army (soon to be ZArmy?).

Here’s some of the basic deets on our 23 year-old Mabes. Having just graduated from the University of Maine with a major in Mass Communications and a Minor in English, she is now working as a secretary at the Provost Office of the same University.

Mabes loves working out (for nice toned female biceps! woohoo!), writing, photography and doing creative stuff on Photoshop (I shan’t ask if she’s the culprit of any of the Mylar slash pics out there ;) )

Other than “Heroes”, Mabes enjoys watching the Food Network and reality shows like “True Life” and “Deadliest Catch”.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Post-Heroes-pocalypse and Birthdays!

It's been a couple of days since the Heroes-pocalypse and I know many are still unable to fully process their emotions.

However, the most moving tribute and farewell undoubtedly comes from someone who has worked with the cast and crew for long periods of time over the "Heroes" 4 years' tenure.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Things End For New Beginnings

It is the ever-going cycle of life and death.. decay and renewal... beginnings and endings.

And... beginnings....

So the fat lady has sung (going with the tone of @greggrunberg's recent tweets) and NBC has officially cancelled "Heroes". (Sources: E! Online, TV by the numbers ). There was some murmuring about a 2-hour movie-event to wrap up the series, but one tends to doubt and wonder, if this is merely lip-service.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Good Things Come in 3Q's

The Rule of Three - where things seem to be funnier, more engaging and much more satisfying.

C'mon...  you have got to know that.

There's the Three Little Pigs. The Three Amigos. The Three Musketeers. The Three Blind Mice. The Power of Three (remember Charmed?) and the ultimate ominpotence of the Holy Trinity. Just to list a few.

Talking about the last one... :- meaningful pause -: ... never mind, more on that later. *g*

So The Three Q's - the talented-funny Victor Quinaz, Philip Quinaz and Zachary Quinto - have now presented us with the humourously deadpan "BEFORE AFTER" which non-coincidentally, consists of Three Short Vignettes.