"I just stumbled upon this entertaining gem from the depths of the surface web. Akira meets The Simpsons. Let's go!"
This past week marked the anniversaries of two classic animated films. The first being the R rated cult film HEAVY METAL based on the adult graphic magazine of the same title or originally titled Metal Hurlant in France.
2015 was a fantastic year for the genre of retro-synthwave. Along with thousands of fresh fans, a plethora of fantastic genre-bending albums have continued to pour out of producers from around the world.
Tom 'The Dude Designs' Hodge is a freelance art director, designer and illustrator of key art for movies such as, 'They Live' and 'Savage Streets'. He's also worked on numerous poster campaigns, including 'Hobo With A Shot Gun', 'The Innkeepers' and Troma's 'Fathers Day'. Tom's love and
Mainstream American comics have gone through several loosely defined eras. One of the most widely discussed and recognized is the Golden Age of Comic Books (1935 – 1955, roughly), when the superheroes Superman and Batman made their premier. One of the aspects of 1980's comics that
Mobile Suit Gundam. Mobile Suit Freakin' Gundam. I somehow thought it would be a good idea to for my first anime retrospective to be about what I'm confident in calling one of the most influential pieces of animated storytelling of the past 30 years. Fans of