"I want a game that’s edifying - "
"I want a game that’s healing - "
"I want a game that’s pro-social - "
"I want a game that’s enlightening - "
who could have known, in the middle of the 20th century, that their most advanced flying war machines would one day become subject to nearly incomprehensible videos many decades later
youtube man pretending to express disbelief in the fact that ppl lust after goblin form midna. yeah right buddy you aint foolin me
10 styles, 100 characters, Jaakko Seppälä
oh my god, Lucy in Hugo Pratt’s style, I —
— I CAN’T BREATHE
Long time readers of the Christin/Bilal material will recognize the man with white hair in the last panel here. This man shows up in all of the other works that these two put together and it’s very entertaining that his role in this narrative is to be forcibly removed from the vicinity of the the gathering that the story is about.
(Heavy Metal issue #89, August 1984 - Page 38 The Hunting Party by Christin and Bilal)
Killing Zone characters
PS1 - 1996 - Scarab/Naxat
wanna remind everyone that this was the sequel to battle monsters
…WASN’T TOO GOOD
do you ever wonder if a character in someones weird animations is supposed to just be an original character or, because they have a normal person name, be meant to be based on/recognized as a real person
a musclebound masked assailant stomping on a conventionally unattractive person, why if i didnt know better id swear this was some kind of problematic macho violence fantasy, but no, couldnt be
are you not familiar with the symbolism of anti-fascist groups?
it’s meant to mimic a “bash the fash” sign, except instead of a stereotypical nazi or skinhead it’s a stereotypical men’s rights activist
though i do agree that a bro would be better than a fat nerd, since that’s kind of punching down a bit
sadly no, not familiar with such signage, perhaps “getting the reference” would help some