Be on the lookout for a new multimedia project I’m developing with Matt Rockman, co-creator of the award-winning animated series DELTA STATE. CLICK HERE for more info, artwork, and a teaser animatic.
Thanks to our Chinese publishers for these amazing new covers to Books 1-3. Personal favorite is “The Lost Train of Thought,” but hope everyone in Shan Mei-Lin’s homeland is enjoying each adventure in The Seems. CLICK HERE for more about THE SEEMS and the adventures of Fixer F. Becker Drane.
Just got turned onto this deleted scene from one of my favorite movies of all-time, “The Warriors.” This one features the character with arguably the largest quotient of enduring baddassness per second of screen-time in the history of film: Cleon, the ill-fated leader of Coney Island’s toughest gang. Though we’ll never know for sure whether […]
In honor of the marriage of one Bradford Costello to his lovely wife Vanessa just prior to the New Year, I wanted to post a few clips of the man who single-handedly inspired our multimedia project “Vanishing Point.” As the story goes, Brad and I went to middle-school together, and hadn’t seen each other for […]
Just got this image for the cover of the South Korean edition of the Split Second, and love it. Hoping to put together a new student lesson plan for this book as well, but in the meantime, would love to hear from any Seems fans in Seoul or beyond…
Just realized one of the music videos I made a few years back didn’t make it onto the site, so I thought I’d throw it up here. It’s Frogman by Billy, one of my favorite bands to come out of the New Brunswick music scene. My good friend and former roommate John Erbrecht is no […]
Just wanted to give the heads up that I finally managed to make all the episodes of my old radio drama “Vanishing Point” available online. Recorded in Wilmington, NC, the show was originally syndicated on college and indy radio-stations nationwide, then later picked up by both National Public Radio and XM Radio. Back in the […]
Just wanted to give props to a new series of basketball clinics being run by two NJ legends whom I’ve been lucky enough to play with over the years. Piscataway’s John Celestand is a former All-American with Villanova and the owner of an NBA Championship ring with the 2000 Lakers, while Mars Mellish of New […]
Just wanted to share the new cover for the German edition of “Lost Train of Thought.” As far as I can tell, their title translates to “Missing In No Man’s Land,” but they can call it whatever they want if Joachim Knappe keeps coming up with covers this great…
Never quite understood why this clip from “Who Got Next?” received so many hits, but since this website is new, wanted to take another opportunity to honor the legendary Lunnearl Summers, the best passer I ever had the opportunity to play with. And as you can see, not a bad shooter as well….
This is a live performance video I shot on the Highline in Manhattan for Grammy-nominated musician Tift Merritt. “Engine to Turn” is the second single off her last album, “See You On The Moon,” which I highly recommend… Also wanted to congratulate Tift on having her song “Bramble Rose” covered by Don Henley, Miranda Lambert […]
Heard some hilarious radio spots for Amdro Quick Kill yesterday, about the joy of murdering fire ants, and found this great clip on YouTube. Having nearly been eaten alive in a field in Texas, not to mention being under annual assault by their carpenter brethren, I can surely relate…
These pics are from the first trip of my children Jack and Maddie to see the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.What you don’t see is them complaining about how hungry they are or how they want to go home, but a pretty sweet experience to introduce them to Jack Hulme nonetheless…
Best Story I’ve ever heard about sneaking into a gym when you absolutely positively have to get a run… Who Got Next? — Poland Spring from John Hulme on Vimeo. From Who Got Next?
Just wanted to thank you for coming to this site. It went up a few hours ago, so if you get the chance, take a buzz through and let me know if you notice any glitches, spelling mistakes, dead ends, or any other embarrassing stuff. Otherwise, Happy Passover, and hope you enjoy… John
Thought you might enjoy this, which I haven’t watched in quite some time until just now. Thanks to Rich Campbell for his usual editorial mastery, and Uncle Tupelo for the song that always seemed to be the movie’s theme song…
Stuart Wexler and I have known each other since we were twelve-years old and rode our bikes to the US1 Flea Market to buy comic books every weekend, and our relationship is pretty much the same now as it was then. But we both shared a love of the New Brunswick, NJ music scene of […]
Not that I don’t love the original covers that adorned the American versions of The Seems, but I have to give some props to Joachim Knappe, who did the cover illustrations for the German editions of “The Glitch In Sleep” and “The Split Second.” Can’t wait to see what he comes up with for Book […]
If you’re a fan of Escape from New York, and the name Fresno Bob means anything to you, then this is a must for you…
Click HERE to listen to clips from NPR and XM Radio’s VANISHING POINT RADIO DRAMA CLICK HERE TO BUY Click HERE for more about Microsoft’s VANISHING POINT ONLINE
CLICK HERE for more about THE SEEMS and the adventures of Fixer F. Becker Drane, and thanks to our South Korean publishers for this great cover for Book 2…
Click here for the original TV spot and images from UNKNOWN SOLDIER, the feature-length documentary I made for HBO’S America Undercover. Or, if you already have the password, you can just watch the whole movie… Unknown Soldier: Searching For A Father from John Hulme on Vimeo.
I wanted to share the Op/Ed piece I wrote after I saw the commercial above. It ran in a bunch of newspapers in the U.S and Canada via McClatchy Newspapers, and many thanks to The Progressive (www.progressive.org) for getting it out there. TO READ THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE, CLICK HERE.
I just wanted to thank Ron Croudy and Matt Rockman for helping put this website together. You can see more of their work at www.smartbomb.net and www.rockmandesign.com, and I highly recommend catching them live as their alter-egos — Adventure People. They DJ every Thursday at Botanica (47 East Houston St.) and there are few better […]