lunaticobscurity:

all-thats-interesting:

GIFs Of Metal Slug’s Perfect, Intricate Pixel Art

Just look at these. Ah! Mwah! (Kissing noises, copious drooling.) The shading is so perfectly done and the images are so dynamic, appearing to breathe and pulsate in even the smallest parts of the design. And who doesn’t get a thrill from robot crabs, reanimated brain robots, and giant, tamed eel monsters? Metal Slug: you were one of the best, babe.

Source: Imgur user aphatmc and Metal Slug on Wikipedia

someone hire these guys to make a game of like, godzilla or mad max or something

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milonogiannis:

See you later space prophet

milonogiannis:

See you later space prophet

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thebristolboard:

"Zeus, Poseidon et Hares," a signed print by Moebius, 2009.

thebristolboard:

"Zeus, Poseidon et Hares," a signed print by Moebius, 2009.

aleskot:

If you believe that the relative lack of female representation in ‘Zero’ is an accident: no. 

When we began working on Zero #1, Jordie Bellaire, Michael Walsh & I had a very beneficial discussion about a scene in that issue. I wanted to start something, a tangential story, by covering Cooke’s genitals but not covering Zizek’s. We decided to change it and show both — and it feels like a right choice, because the lack of the feminine is already present within the story. Chapter #9, with Bosnia and the war atrocities against women, is a mid-point: this is how horrifying it can get. 

If you wanted another James Bond clone telling you war is okay: you were never going to get that with Zero. 

(Art by Tonci Zonjic)

I don’t think that James Bond was ever about war or social commentary. It was always about this cool superspy power fantasy: hey you get to ride aston martins, drink martinis and fuck beatiful women.And I didn’t get that Zero # 9 was about the horrors of war. I thought it was about a real life James Bond who would have been a horrible human being. The character of Maria didn’t feel like a real character just a plot point to punish Roman.  I don’t know but this issue felt a lot like “Slavers” arc  from the Punisher. Only from the point of view of the slavers who commit atrocities but also have to deal with evil fucks like Roman. And that’s why I don’t see this issue as a commentary about the horrors of war.

aleskot:

If you believe that the relative lack of female representation in ‘Zero’ is an accident: no. 

When we began working on Zero #1, Jordie Bellaire, Michael Walsh & I had a very beneficial discussion about a scene in that issue. I wanted to start something, a tangential story, by covering Cooke’s genitals but not covering Zizek’s. We decided to change it and show both — and it feels like a right choice, because the lack of the feminine is already present within the story. Chapter #9, with Bosnia and the war atrocities against women, is a mid-point: this is how horrifying it can get. 

If you wanted another James Bond clone telling you war is okay: you were never going to get that with Zero. 

(Art by Tonci Zonjic)

I don’t think that James Bond was ever about war or social commentary. It was always about this cool superspy power fantasy: hey you get to ride aston martins, drink martinis and fuck beatiful women.

And I didn’t get that Zero # 9 was about the horrors of war. I thought it was about a real life James Bond who would have been a horrible human being. The character of Maria didn’t feel like a real character just a plot point to punish Roman. I don’t know but this issue felt a lot like “Slavers” arc from the Punisher. Only from the point of view of the slavers who commit atrocities but also have to deal with evil fucks like Roman. And that’s why I don’t see this issue as a commentary about the horrors of war.

slavone:

comicbookcovers:

X-Force #8, March 1992, cover by Rob Liefeld

love this cover

slavone:

comicbookcovers:

X-Force #8, March 1992, cover by Rob Liefeld

love this cover

thebristolboard:

Unpublished Chris Ware Superman cover for Acme Novelty Library #8.

thebristolboard:

Unpublished Chris Ware Superman cover for Acme Novelty Library #8.

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coolpages:

Omega the Unknown #4 (Marvel Comics - September 1976)
Writers: Steve Gerber & Mary SkrenesIllustrators: Jim Mooney (Pencils) & Pablo Marcos (Inks)

coolpages:

Omega the Unknown #4 (Marvel Comics - September 1976)

Writers: Steve Gerber & Mary Skrenes
Illustrators: Jim Mooney (Pencils) & Pablo Marcos (Inks)

royalboiler:

kickstandkids:

Camp Stokoe - Spring 2013

Camp Stokoe 4 lyfe, 

anthonywheeler:

This arrived in the mail today!!! The Wrenchies by @fareldalrymple very excited to crack this open. Looks beautiful. #comics #goodcomics

anthonywheeler:

This arrived in the mail today!!! The Wrenchies by @fareldalrymple very excited to crack this open. Looks beautiful. #comics #goodcomics

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jasonlatour:

Jason Latour: “A better look at the promo image for John Arcudi and James Harren’s RUMBLE. Coloring James was a lot of fun. I won’t be coloring the book, I just pitched in for fun. Hope I did him justice.”

jasonlatour:

Jason Latour: “A better look at the promo image for John Arcudi and James Harren’s RUMBLE. Coloring James was a lot of fun. I won’t be coloring the book, I just pitched in for fun. Hope I did him justice.”