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I am a person that studies Media Studies at UNCG. This is a place where I look at things on the internet and then I decide which things I like and then I put those things here and then you look at those things.


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NEStalgia Serie

Artist: Steph Caskenette

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  • Zelda II
  • Castlevania
  • Kirby’s Adventure
  • MegaMan II
  • Contra
  • Metroid
  • Dragon Warrior

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tnperkins:

giancarlovolpe:

A little behind the scenes look of the early stages of Green Lantern the Animated Series.

My eternal gratitude to everyone who helped prove the doubters wrong.

Nice, GC! Thanks for the backstory, my friend!

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ssulsol:

gotta draw random ladies

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hellboyfansinhell:

shadesofgrayandgreen:

The Magician and the Snake
Mike and Katie Mignola (2003).

In honor of the Hallow E’en, he’s some Mike Mignola for you all. Well, in truth, the story was by his daughter, Katie. She won an Eisner for Best Short Story for it, too, making her by far the youngest recipient of the award. Runs in the family, it seems. Here’s an interview with the then-7-year-old on the Dark Horse website/blog:

“I don’t remember much about how I came up with the story other than that I painted a picture of a snake yelling at a bunch of shapes. I didn’t put any more thought into it until my dad asked me what I did at school that day and I told him about the picture. I made up the entire story on the spot and my dad said that he would like to use it in a comic. Over the course of a few months my dad drew the story, changing small details as he went such as the monkey king, which wasn’t in my original story. There were a few things that I wouldn’t let him change such as the magician’s style (he wanted him to be a parlor magician and I wanted a classic stars and moons magician) and the death of the magician. My dad suggested that the magician turn the snake into a lion so that he could eat the shapes and save the magician but I, for some reason, said that the magician had to die at the end.”

Beautiful story, beautiful artwork.

 

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oldbookillustrations:

In moonbeam half, and half in gloom, Stood a tall form with nodding plume
A. Fredericks, from Marmion, by Walter Scott, illustrated under the direction of A. V. S. Anthony, Boston, 1885.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

In moonbeam half, and half in gloom,
Stood a tall form with nodding plume

A. Fredericks, from Marmion, by Walter Scott, illustrated under the direction of A. V. S. Anthony, Boston, 1885.

(Source: archive.org)

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dcu:

caleatkinson:

The Adventures of Batman and Bear-Robin!
In Gif form! :P

How can we get this turned into an animated series that Cartoon Network will only sometimes air?

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videogameartarchive:

Herbert’s Dummy Run

videogameartarchive:

Herbert’s Dummy Run