Hey, did you know that the frontman in My Chemical Romance also happens to be a big fan and writer of comic books? Yeah, as it turns out the kid’s also very good at it. Continue reading Panels: The Umbrella Academy – Apocalypse Suite
While Microsoft and Sony had very good offerings for games at E3 2015, some of those games won’t be playable till next year. The following are all games I was extremely excited to see, some before the show even started and only two of them are coming out after December 2015. Continue reading My E3 2015 Top Whatever: The Rest
If I were to buy an Xbox One tomorrow, these are the 9 games from E3 that would convince me to do that.
Continue reading My E3 2015 Top 9: Microsoft
This are the top 10 games I’m most excited about from Sony’s PlayStation 4 showcase in no particular order. Let’s go. Continue reading My E3 2015 Top 10: PlayStation
— Alexey Abramenko (@vapgames) April 26, 2017
The man behind Intrusion 2, Alexey “vap” Abramenko, is working alongside Aleks Nikonov to bring us a new rad-looking shmup called Jetpack Squad. Development is being done on Unity and the game is expected to at least hit PC, Mac and Linux when it’s eventually finished.
Somehow it reminds me of Gunstar Heroes and Noitu Love 2, but with much more crazy stuff going down. I dig it.
via Jetpack Squad
Last week I pulled out my pad to take notes from the amazing design of these World of Warcraft travel posters by Washington-based designer, Matt Stevenson. Continue reading World of Warcraft Travel Posters by dcmjs
These Barb Wire covers by Adam Hughes put the GRRR in groin kick and make me smile and weep a little. Have a look. Continue reading Those Barb Wire Covers by Adam Hughes
As far as video game character design goes, I find my taste is slowly moving towards French-styled animation and expressive posing. Baptiste Pagani excels at both of these and here’s a gallery of his art to prove it. Continue reading Street Fighting With Baptiste Pagani
The ill-fated Silent Hills’ introduced the concept of playable teasers and I do hope they become a trend because, if done well, you can get the best possible first impression of a game in a very short time without the spoilery potential of a full-on demo, which is exactly what the team behind Jenny LeClue has accomplished. Continue reading The Playable Teaser for Jenny LeClue is Awesome