All hail King Joffrey Baratheon, First of His Name, King of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm
jack gleeson is slowly becoming my favourite person
TELLTALE GAMES UNVEILS THE WOLF AMONG US SCREENSHOTS
Telltale Games has finally revealed a batch of screenshots for The Wolf Among Us, their first game to be released following the critically successful The Walking Dead.
The Wolf Among Us is based on Bill Willingham’s FABLES comic series and puts players in the role of Bigby Wolf (AKA the big bad wolf), sheriff of a hidden community in New York City that is full of fairy tale exiles. Your (Bibgy’s) task is to keep order within the society of mythical creatures and characters that are trying to remain undected to the real world.
The Wolf Among Us will be available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC sometime this summer and more information will be revealed aabout the game in the days leading up to E3 in June.
stylized game COOL
There’s…a video game being made about one of my favorite Vertigo series? By a competent company with a stylistic art style?
I may cry. Fabletown was a crazy place.
woop woop woop
Hazmat is a delicate flower.
Dude I can’t remember, did Mettle even have eyelids?
Yaknow what, I don’t think he does. Poor guy.
It’s such a great concept, with awesome visuals to go along with it. A teen cop from a high-tech future is sent back to 1986. She’s investigating the Quintum Mechanics megacorporation for crimes against time. As she pieces together the clues, she discovers that the “future”—an alternate reality version of 2013 and the place she calls home—shouldn’t exist at all.
Expect a lot of 80’s, a lot of action, and of course…rocket packs!
A Master Passes: Ray Harryhausen (1920-2013)
We mourn the passing of one of the true geniuses of fantastic cinema with the death of Ray Harryhausen. His brilliant achievements in stop-motion animation and visual effects brought to life creatures from history, mythology and imagination with an uncanny sense of detail which breathed vitality and character into them to fascinate and inspire viewers as well as many of the leading filmmakers of the present.
His first solo effort, THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS (1953), launched the international giant monster boom of the 1950s. His final film, CLASH OF THE TITANS (1981), had a cast full of stars and featured one of his most atmospheric scenes in the realization of the Gorgon, Medusa. In between are many excursions into worlds of wonder that will surely stand as testaments to this great artist so long as cinema lasts.
Click on the image to visit his official web site, and if you have not seen his work, you are in for an abundance of pleasure. Start with JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS (1963), with the iconic bronze giant Talos as well as the skeleton army which rises from the teeth of the slain Hydra, and then go on from there. You will be entranced!
—Magus Peter H. Gilmore
Itsuki as Alice.
SUNSETTA…AS IN SUNSET
*shot and killed by the tumblr Precure community*
I get asked a lot to do more toku ponies! I think I’ve been asked for literally everyone except Decade, which is sad, because Decade is the one I most wanted to do. So I finally just went ahead and did him anyway!
Tsukasa would totally 1) be a pretty pink alicorn, and 2) abuse his power to steal candy from small children. This is a given.
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Hello, juvenile sex fantasies, didn’t expect to see you here…