Check out the animated show Bat out of Hell on YouTube!


Via Colossal, a cool blog about the art world.

Sometimes I think I’m too much of a fogey, because this, to me, is interesting but not significant.


  1. The Duffer says

    “Spot” is also a motif of my kitchen.

    • How much more awesome would it have been to stock the room with sticky foodstuffs – peanut butter, mayonnaise, jelly, mustard, ketchup, jello, chocolate syrup, etc – and simply unleash a crowd of three-year-olds?

      Also, I love how the narrator stresses both the precise specifications to which the spots were constructed and the incredible freedom the people were given in their placement of the spots.

  2. Stayed there for a week once. The spots became mundane.

    Thanks S.E.

    • Southern Expat says

      All homes constructed after 2007 are required to include obliteration rooms by code, although depending on your local zoning requirements you may be able to find a workaround.

      • Yes, I’m familiar with that requirement because of our recent remodal. Yet another instance of over-regulation. I mean, if someone wants an obliteration that’s fine (we did). But, if you don’t need one then who is the government to mandate it.

  3. To the eyes, it’s a happy, winsome experience, so “Obliteration” is a jarring title. Made me think she was thinking more Stones’ “Paint it Black”.

  4. Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says

    If Mr Creosote ate rainbow sherbet.

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