These are two of the greatest things on the interwebs: Encounter This! and Atomic Rockets I pray to Lord Kramdar they never lapse.
My congratulations to Messrs. Abnett and Eaglesham on this fine piece of work: It can be found in issue 1 of DC’s Kamandi Challenge ’17. Two Tigers, Great Caesar-approved: [Oh, OK, have some tanks: Click -> Königstiger ]
Given: Simpsorama; The Rick and Morty guest couch gag on the Simpsons (Mathlete’s Feat); and This scene (from same): I want this to be a thing: Ideally during the third season of Rick and Morty. Make it happen, wonks! [Edit: Upon further consideration, I realized it’s appropriate to give the show still running its due…. Read more »
Soon to be menacing enemies and friends alike in a quadrant near you: This trio of Pigstronauts is being sculpted by the incredibly talented Mr. Paul Muller.
Here’s what I want: The third film — that red one on the right, there — doesn’t exist. It’s the poster I knocked together for the sequel I want to see happen right after Carpenter’s original. The title is “The Thing” in Russian (well, according to Wikipedia and Google Translate). Taking information provided in Carpenter’s… Read more »
My goto genius is wrapping up the first 24 as I type this. They’ll be available through the site in January.
In 1984 Pepe Moreno created “Bunker 6A.” In 2013 Hajime Katoki directed “A Farewell to Weapons.” [The above link is a Japanese voice/Spanish text version of “A Farewell to Weapons.” This being the interweb, with its millions of Japanese speakers and millions more Spanish readers, I’m posting it anyway. Besides, it’s awesome in any language.]… Read more »
The madness continues. Today’s installment covers converting characters from Star Frontiers into models for Mutants and Death Ray Guns, and vice versa. I give you Dralasites and Death Ray Guns: Dralasites_and_Death_Ray_Guns01 There is a ton of great Star Frontiers info here. And Fight On! magazine published (in issue #11) a cool little article translating dralasites… Read more »
These two are a little too good together. I say that because they’re practically the same film. They’re close to the same length. Their palettes are similar. Both were released by New World Pictures. Warlords was filmed in New Zealand. Def-Con was filmed in Nova Scotia. ‘Nuff said. They both have a similar “rules have… Read more »
In Goodman Games’ upcoming piece of wonder and glory — Mutant Crawl Classics — you play, that’s right, wasteland wanderers!