Dadaist Detective: Murder is a bad frozen goat

Murder is a bad frozen goat –

fore the theatrical network

of ambitious psychology

of extortion;

Read on and decide for yourself.

 

 

%@m V borginni nel; Ik tocht dat jo kinne

gdoar ambițio segevens sammelje lykas

in dei sûnder der in spesifike teory yn in

spesifike topkop te hawwen.

You can call the burning tea theorem for several sleeping wyrms, Kinne explains.

The idea of extraction in the sea has seen the theory of the aroma in the torpor phenomenon.

One of the dreaded little worm-woods is not sure about our paranormal groans.

Fighjendu e cose strani è spiegazione di i

fenomeni paranormal,

pudete picciotti cumprà parechji informazioni sfrattu – senza preoccupari una teoria specìpula

di parechji trianguli spumanti ?

From the city,

he lit the oppression,

expecting to expect.

 

#%onz

Práce a zametání pro statické královny kveikti je;

A konkrét témák között tetszett

az az elgondolás Q%Vghefy,

hogy az adatgyűjtés megtörténhet

anélkül, hogy egy adott

elméletet figyelembe vennénk. 

Drug agents survive fahrenheit lines –
Bombs of easy and dark excuses.
Sufficient aspiration to sleep –
Age of @in#cest;

Jak prostřednictvím interference bjost každý;

Illu sem lifir er dökk.

The civil sweeping Static –

every working town

in blackmail,

Bullet

Graze.

 

Facebook macabre heroic-

við město

keguninni hann of sleep-sleep;

I think he’s killing the hero.

I think play early.

Easy interference.

Občanské potíže –

Fuga è fatta sulla strada per entrambi

i luoghi di tempo in tempo reale.

 

Running and obstinate –

The egg in the light understands

the civilization of the rock.

Dospělý cardamon –

Bellezza pura dei soldi di legno.

 

Psychology

– heroic aspirations

-web of suffocating ghoulish eloquence

-bombastic lines

Fuga è fatta sulla strada per entrambi i

luoghi di tempo in tempo reale.

Theatre Goat from the city,

he lit the oppression, expecting to expect.

 

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The Woman in Red and The Mandala Murders Mystery

Episode One


The Woman in Red

solves the Mandala Murders

with Scarlet Bullets!

Episode Two


See Secrets Revealed –

The lawyer hides seven ancestors.

Crimson Shadows Stalk!

 

Episode Three


Vermilion Night Dread !

The hero is determined,

Death orbits tangents.

The Woman in Red first appeared in the period known to comic book historians as the Golden Age of Comic Books. Created by writer Richard E. Hughes and artist George Mandel, she first appeared in Thrilling Comics #2 (March 1940), published by Nedor Comics. She is considered the first masked female comic book crime fighting hero.

I started playing with some collage scans, my digital art pieces, a couple of digital copies of illustrations from these early comics. Considering the sequence, I thought they could easily be illustrations for old Saturday Serial Matinee posters  or for weekly advertisements for a  Golden Age Radio Show. I created episode title-taglines using the 3 line haiku structure to accompany each composition.

The Woman in Red never had a chance to cross over into other popular forms of mass media; she didn’t even earn her own comic book title. This post presents artifacts from a what-if-history, that in a small way, corrects this lost opportunity.

Asemic Noir

He munched on a garlic herb pita chip, as her gaze froze on the photogram . The violin played “I remember Paris” – neither dared touching it as the music floated up into the stark room. The desk lamp flickered in a panic of foreshadowing; “perhaps it is time to consider our options” – then, like a stranger in the night, the ceremonial spear flew between them, striking the brass ballerina, now all bets were off the table and scattered on the parquet floor…..

 

fallen torn pieces

make such a pretty picture –

austere edges stare.

 

Anyway, that’s how they remembered it.

Night Vision: I saw you Coco Blue

I saw you Coco Blue, on the dance floor with your silver sunglasses, twisting the air between the melody and the beat. You died, then The Crowd gathered round, snapping shots & chatter, as they tried to capture the true shade of Coco Blue, while all the time arguing over whether your shoes were red or purple; even then your feet shouted out one final message to your giant magenta macaw in the Other Room, such a pretty bird.

 

Oh what a night for things

said and unsaid, other doors –

fly high big macaw.

 

Night vision photos

capture the movement between –

a dance floor heartbeat………….

 

 

 

 

 

Another ambiguous two sentence mystery narrative to go with the first three Night Vision compositions.Turned it into haibun by concluding with haiku stanzas. Added the music for the haunting quality – was not able to find a translation, but it is that uncertainty that fits the post.