Saturday, May 08, 2010

Week 52: Pageant of the Transmundane

So once again, we've come to the end of another year of awarding the Pageant of the Transmundane, and I am almost out of badges to hand out. Just this week's award remains to be decided, and then I will have to go back to the drawing board and design a new version for the upcoming year.

Now, I could have went with my traditional weird news story to start, but this time out, I thought that the end of this cycle was enough oddity for everyone.

This final winning entry for the 4th Transmundane year comes to us from an old favorite and multiple award winning blog Popped Culture.

This time out, it was an interesting T-shirt that Lee Sargent would likely be upset about.

When there's something strange, in your neighborhood... err, cocoa; who you gonna call?

Ghostbuster Homer! (found on the Nohomers site in the fan art section).

Congrats Jeremy. I am sure this is old hat for you now.

The rules of this little contest: Every week I will be selecting one blog post that I have seen from the vast reaches of the blogging village to bestow with the Homer Simpson Transmundanity Award for being one of the freakiest(in a funny way) things I've seen or read during a 7 day period. It doesn't necessarily have to have been written during the week, I just had to have encountered it. That means that if you find something interesting and repost it like a movie or whatever, if I saw it at your blog first, you get the prize. Of course, creating your own content is also a very good way to win.

This is not a meme. This is an award that I give out, and thus, I am not "tagging" you.

Now, if you see a post that you think is worthy of this illustrious prize, just drop me a line at and we'll see if we can't get your suggestion up and award-ready while giving you some credit and a link to your own blog.


Jeremy Barker said...

Recognition from your peers will never be old hat - thanks MC! And four years of a feature, that is some dedication.

MC said...

You earned it. You've been doing some stellar work in discovering this stuff.