Friday, May 29, 2015

Humor: Getting a New Game

This is so me.

"Getting a New Game" by Steve Napierski of Dueling Analogs

100% accurate.


Comic Round-Up: May 29, 2015

Cyborg Cyclops Skeleton by Ryan Genovese



Event: Artist Greg Hinkle will appear at Beach Ball Comics in Anaheim, CA on Wednesday, June 3rd at 5:00 pm to sign the first issue of the AIRBOY reboot! RSVP on Facebook!

Event: FRANK J. BARBIERE (FIVE GHOSTS) and CHRISTOPHER PETERSON (MAYDAY) will appear at Third Eye Comics in Annapolis, MD on Saturday, June 6th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm to sign BROKEN WORLD #1! RSVP on Facebook

Interview: Abraham Riesman talks to Dan Clowes.

Interview: Daniel Clowes talks about Eightball, his hate mail, and the Shia LaBeouf affair: "I mean, I don’t hold a grudge. I don’t think about it that much. But I don’t think what he did was really forgivable."

Interview: Gary Alan Hidalgo began writing comics when he was in his 30s, after a stroke made it difficult for him to work outside his home. His Northwest Passages Mysteries series, set in Oregon, is the story of a gay married couple that solves mysteries and also has a child.

Interview: Hillary Brown talks to Nate Powell.


Interview: Veteran cartoonist Jules Feiffer discusses the “multiple acts” of his life

Interview: Writer Brian Buccellato talks about his comic Sons of the Devil, which was funded last year by a Kickstarter campaign. The  first issue was released this week from Image Comics.

Interview: Zoe Coughlin draws her webcomic The Last Cowboy while working a day job in a food truck.

Link Round-Up: May 29, 2015

Dragon Age Inquisition: Solas Fan Art by Pinselohr



7 Classic Geek-Friendly Franchises That Deserve A Sequel

10 Intriguing, Well-Loved Tweets From NASA Astronauts In Space

Jacobin mag: John Oliver Should Be More Like Mad Max.
LorenzoAE: John Oliver isn't Mad Max: He's Part of the Problem. "Oliver isn’t going to be Mad Max, nor will he be Howard Beale, Eugene Debs, or Spartacus. He’s going to be John Oliver—an employee of the Time Warner media empire who’s valued highly enough as a corporate asset to make millions of dollars a year. If he or any other celebrity threatened the corporate bottom line rather than serving it, he wouldn’t have his own show, he’d be stuck writing media criticism for free on a WordPress site. If that isn’t obvious, then someone needs to read more Chomsky and watch less John Oliver."  

National Geographic has an exhibit about Indiana Jones and archaeology

Tilda Swinton in Doctor Strange is everything we want to see.

These Star Wars fans are gonna crack the secret of BB-8 if it’s the last thing they do.

Tomorrowland Exposes Hollywood’s Originality Problem

What with Disney owning Marvel, you'd think they'd found a way to crossover all their various princesses by now. Until they finally do, have all your Disney princesses needs met with Amy Mebberson's Pocket Princesses.  It reminds me quite a bit of the classic Disney Princesses have Issues, except heavier on the cute, and a lot lighter on the snark.

Writer and designer Josh Johnson has come up with eight rules that will help you create effective typography. Knowing these rules will help you as you work with major typographic elements in your designs.

You can learn a lot about a state by researching which horror movies were set there.


Thursday, May 28, 2015

Video: Daredevil (Law & Order Edit)



Law & Order credits style would be perfect for a spin-off called Law & Order: Hell’s Kitchen. People raved about the grounded, crime drama-style and tone of Daredevil, and so giving the series the opening credits of one of the most iconic crime procedurals of all-time just makes sense. You can just imagine scenes from the show beginning with that signature “donk-donk” sound.


Video: 8-Bit Shawshank Redemption



CineFix reimagines the plot the classic 1994 prison drama film The Shawshank Redemption as an old-school 8-bit video game from the 1980s.


Video: LEGO: First Person Shooter



Back in the mid nineties, Lego released their first 3D video game.  Since then, Lego video games have become a genre standard. There are now countless Lego video games out there, both good and bad, but the one game everyone wants from Lego will most likely never be made as it’s too violent for the kid friendly brick building company.

Thankfully, Andrew M is able to show us what a Lego first person shooter game just might look like. 


Video: Footsteps



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