I have ranted and raved about Dungeons & Dragons constantly, here and elsewhere, since 1996 when a classmate sold me on the concept during a middle school science class when we should have been paying attention to a lecture on the Periodic Table. While I
I have been away, my RetroFriends, and I apologize for the gap in content. I've been getting involved with some stuff that's kept me pretty busy, and life is good. However, I am never too busy to bring you more of the gaming world's most
10. Sellorekt/LA Dreams - Shadow Voices
by Sellorekt/LA Dreams
9. Carbon Killer - Carbon Inc
by Jay Jackson
8. Lucy In Disguise - Unknown Frequency
7. Mitch Murder - Hardwired
6. Deadlife - Variation on the Resolve
5. DJ Ten - Trinity
by Fab Ciraolo
4. Astral Tales - Seafari
Presenting the Top Ten Album/ EP Covers of 2017.
Bryan takes another look into the super-charged world of classic video game art! Terrified one-eyed mammoths, octopi with eyebrows, and more! PLAY RETRO - STAY RETRO!
Have a look as Bryan runs his mouth about five images from classic gaming that stand out as pieces of fantastic art!
The art created by 1970’s and 80’s artist Patrick Nagel has been a massive influence in the scene. His overwhelmingly popular art continues to resonate throughout the New Retro Wave area, as some modern artists and mediums of art allude to his classic vibrant style.
A lot has changed in synthwave since 2013, when Lazerhawk’s (until now now, last) album Skull and Shark came out. The genre has in many ways matured and a whole new generation of listeners and producers has joined the fray. Since then we've had the
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.
Two things are immediately striking within the first few pages of Andre the Giant: Closer to Heaven. The first has to do with the art, gorgeously drawn by Denis Medri (link). This Lion Forge Comics graphic novel is a deeply nostalgic affair. The
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
When thinking about the aesthetic of the 1980's (which we do often, admit it!), it doesn't take long until you land on Miami Vice. The clothing, the music, the neon. Many people who are not familiar with the series itself will almost instantly know what