The latest figurine combo to be rockin’ my desktop at work.
Throne Made Out of Famicom Cartridges -
I guess this is what you would call a ‘Throne of Games’!
I want this mug!
It’s taken a whole week since it was announced to get it online, but I am glad to say that the first part my Superhero Special is now available for you to read. This issue covers retro Spider-Man games from 1982 up to 2001. Just like how Spider-Man’s true identity Peter Parker has to deal with knock backs and obstacles on a daily basis, I too feel like I have had to put up with my own fair share of problems while trying to finish this article. My main plight as per usual has been issues with video recording software.
After numerous problems in the past between a certain video recording program and a handful of emulators, I thought this time I’d try out another well known program instead. At first all was going well, so I recorded the bulk of my footage and started to edit it. It was at this point that I discovered that the audio on the videos gradually came more and more out of sync with the game footage, and despite many attempts to fix it in the editing software I unfortunately had to scrap the lot and go back to stage one with the original recording program. Nevertheless, all videos are now recorded, edited and uploaded to YouTube ready for you to enjoy. I’ve also managed to control my habit of writing reviews that were overly long for each game, so this time around you should find them shorter and easier to read.
Click on this link below to swing over to the Spider-Man page now.
Today I had hoped to release my latest article to coincide with the theatrical release of ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ but I am once again behind schedule. This is just an update to say that the next article is on its way this week, and it will be big! Till then, here’s a little teaser.
#cubeecraft Head over to the Cubeecraft website to check out these new Super Mario Cubeecrafts
#WreckItRalph Absolutely love the Bad Guys Anonymous scene in this trailer, although I think it should have been Blinky there instead of Clyde.
Check out the official site for more information and for a playable Wreck-It Ralph game!
The Hornet from Daytona USA as a Transformer. Commissioned as a shirt design by Meat Bun.
This was entirely out of my element so it was pretty tough. Mercifully they wanted me to copy the pose from an official Transformer pic exactly so that made things a little easier. The design was up to me though, save for the Sega Light Phaser in his hand. The most fun part was definitely the lettering — it says “Meat Bun” in Japanese, in the style of the Transformers logo.
A very cool Transformer design by Space Coyote
Some fantastic Nintendo art!
Pencils by J. Scott Campbell
Colors by TheSeaLord