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Created by the Italian comic book creator Hugo Pratt in 1967, Corto Maltese is a half-British / half Andalusian-Romani sea captain living in the early 20th century who routinely goes on adventures and finds himself mixed up in situations set parallel to world events in

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While action has always been the point of video games (unless you really, really like Battle Chess or Anticipation), the means of representing the action have often changed to suit the technology. Before the pixels got all smoothed-out and the whole world shifted to 3rd-person

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Most pop culture enthusiasts recognize the iconic image of the fedora and whip since the release of Raiders of the Lost Ark on June 12, 1981. The image can truly only belong to the archaeologist Indiana Jones, the character that brought “the return to the

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Welcome back, boils and ghouls! It's time for the second chunk of meat in the three-course massacre I've dubbed the NEStravaganza. I plan to get full-on Sawyer family with this one, so strap on your drool cups and fasten your restraints. I'm plucking both weeds

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If, like me, your childhood was in the 80s, it would be almost impossible to ignore how much of an influence road movies and action flicks had on riders, drivers and manufacturers to create some wild designs that have become icons of our time. My main

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