- Songs I like CCVI: Way We Won’t
- Songs I like CCV: Human Baby
- Paul Grist does Hellboy (sort of)
- Happy Birthday Ronald
- Ash vs Evil Dead
- Marvel’s Nick Cage
- Ghost Beaters vs Evil Dead
- Songs I like CCIV: Mr. E’s Beautiful Blues
- Stokoe doing Aliens
- Chaykin does Betty Blackhawk
- Should have built a better
- Songs I like CCIII: Tenement Song
- Todd McVenom
- DKIII again?
- The Monster Squid
- Stanley “Antgerm” Lau does Champions
- Christopher David White
- Tourettes Trophy: The Real Riding Simulator
- Not for food use
- Jupiter’s Circlip Vol2
- Doctor Cumberbatch
- DKIII Still Going probably
- Captain America: Seville War
- Iron Revoltech Mark XLV
“I would rather not go
back to the old house
I would rather not go
back to the old house
there’s too many
too many memories”
Lord Morrissey of Smiths
Finished watching Luke Cage, and it’s no Daredevil, that’s for sure.
Pretty weak characterisation, particularly the bad-guys, and a flaccid ending.
Ach, it was okay, but didn’t even have the David Tennant saving grace that Jessica Jones had.
I’m currently working on something and decided to see if I could vectorise a poorly drawn and scanned image in Adobe Illustrator. It’s a pretty steep learning curve, but I have managed to save the above as a .SVG file (also had to add .SVG support to WordPress).
I plan to use this as a title on a page of art at some point in the future along with some standard text (hence going vector). No idea if it will all work out or not…
Not their finest, but pretty good regardless.
It appears Marvel have dug out an old Todd McFarlane Venom image, slapped some new colour on it and boom: free money.
Rather than paying through the nose for this variant, why not print the image out and glue it on to your standard Venom issue 1?
Good work DC.
People still seem to love it and its self awareness; but it didn’t do much for me.
It would have been better if it had been The Monster Squid.
Giant Squid < Colossal Squid < Monster Squid
Regardless of the artistic merit of the things (not sure about the cloud background there), his clay sculptures are impressive.
It does seem much easier to fall off a motorbike than a car, leading to more swearing whist playing Tourist Trophy over Gran Turismo.
The upside of this is that the feeling of swinging a bike round bends is slightly more satisfying than doing so in a car.
For a PS2 game (based on Gran Turismo 4), it still looks quite nice although the engine sounds do seem to grate a bit. Polyphony could do worse than release a new version, or even add motorbikes to a GT release.
I do like the original Gran Turismo tracks as some of the “real world” ones can be a little dull. Bridges are always nice to race over. Ah, Deep Forest: you so entertaining.
In response to my reluctant enjoyment of MPH, Mark Millar has balanced the equation with Jupiter’s Circle Volume 2.
I thought Volume 1 was a bit lightweight, but decent enough. This volume however, felt rushed and fairly unprofessional.
The changes in artists, the role of the artists (although Chris Sprouse’s chin squares made it through to the end of whatever convoluted process his art followed) and the story all contributed.
I wasn’t blown away by Sienkiewicz’s covers, and even Frank Quitely’s contributions were a bit convention sketchy. Probably still took him ages, and to be fair, he was likely hard at work on Jupiter’s Legacy and needed a little extra income.
I also can’t figure out why I continue to read the editorial pages, they give me the heebee jeebees.
New poster there.
Why aren’t people falling out of the upside down cities?
Eye of Agamotto or some such I expect…
Nice heat vision and bloody knuckles.
Looking forward to it eventually.