This is Wes Hazard's tumblr blog. I'm a dude interested in film, technology, design, lit and comedy among many other things. I was named 1 of "5 Boston Comics to Watch" by the Boston Globe and I recently debuted my poetry chapbook "Month of Sundays". I also spend a ridiculous amount of time reading, writing and watching things online. I maintain an official site at www.weshazard.com -- I see this tumblr page as a place for more frequent and shorter posts where I comment on cool/interesting/infuriating things that I come across in my web travels. Here's hoping you find it worth your time, take care. Twitter = @weshazard FB= www.facebook.com/weshazardcomic
During one interrogation, the incorrigible honey thief Peter Hoffman claimed repeatedly that the skull and bones found on him during his arrest were not intended for nefarious purposes, but rather as a means of healing epileptics.
If you’re a true Family Matters fan you know that Judy Winslow has been missing for 20+ years. I just want you to know, I’ll never give up the search. They found Morgan Matthews from Boy Meets World after only half a season, come on! #JusticeForJudy
My dad was really into horror movies. My mom didn’t watch them enough. The result? I get scarred for life…but hilariously so. Here I talk about some childhood experiences during Massmouth’s “Crack Up” funny storytelling slam. Great night, fun crowd, and I walked away with the slam win. Good times.
Fifty years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, an academic looks back at the summer that might have changed Oswald’s life.
Fascinating article. Whether an independent actor or an unwitting rube it really gives you a sense of how small of a man Oswald was (in addition to be being just plain unfortunate). Offers a great portrait of his wife Marina, what a fate.
If you’re in the Boston area this coming Tuesday 11/12, we’ve got a pretty major anniversary to celebrate! We’re pulling out all the stops to make this an incredible show and we’d love to see you there. If Steve Urkel ever meant anything to you, this is where it’s at!
Further info, ticket link, FB event page details, etc. can all be found HERE
Just a few panels from Boys’s Night, the stunning recent one-off web comic from Max Landis & AP Quach. This thing is simply brilliant. A funny, compelling, & deeply human story that made me care more about these iconic Disney characters than I have in my entire life. One of the absolute best things I’ve read all year. Stop what you’re doing and do yourself the favor of checking this out.