Matt Kish took on the task of creating an illustration for every page of Moby Dick (552 in all). Some of it is pretty abstract (especially if you have never read the book) but it definitely inspired me to go back and revisit the story.
Couple more pieces after the break. (Page 549 above) (more…)Give me sight beyond sight!
Found out over at Comics Alliance that Thundercats is making a return. Little is known about the series other than it is supposed to be “darker” than the original and have more of an anime feel (as you can tell from Lion-O’s haircut). It also seems that some of the original characters may not be making the cut. Instead, we are getting Tygra with a blaster, Lion-O with armor, and (of course) a skimpier dressed Cheetara. It’s going to premier on Cartoon Network and will have grown men tuning in to reminisce, for good or bad. I will wait to pass judgment.Need help with your X-Men relations?
Looks like Graphic Designer Joe Stone has got you covered.
Picture after the break, of course. (more…)Pac-Man live action show incoming
Merv Griffin Entertainment is working to bring Pac-Man back to a TV audience as a live action series.
The idea we have is to take what Pac-Man is and bring it to life, to bring what is essentially the world’s biggest game of tag to television. [It is being envisioned as a] big, crazy Wipeout-type event with a lot of energy.
This can only end in good ways! *Cough* But who knows? This may turn out to be good for some laughs. Or perhaps it is just a foolhardy attempt to milk a classic video game title’s success to make a profit. Decide for yourself with your time and remote.