Just a year into reviving nearly 20 dormant Namco video games such as Galaga, Dig Dug and Katamari with webcomics by contemporary talent, ShiftyLook is venturing into animation with a new animated webseries based on Bravoman, the site's most popular strip.An extension of writer Matt Moylan and artist Dax Gordine's ongoing ShiftyLook webcomic, the new animated webseries is based on the Bravoman line of arcade/console
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Back in 2010 Floating World Comics in Portland, Ore. firmly established that comic creators and fans dig Namco's iconic 2004 video game Katamari Damacy (and its sequels) with an expansive Katamari-themed gallery featuring talent enow to draw a visit from the game's creator, Keita Takahashi. Flash forward to 2012 and the comics community is sti
ShiftyLook, the webcomic subsidiary of Namco Bandai that revives defunct video game characters like Bravoman, Dig Dug and Wonder Momo, unveiled its future plans at San Diego Comic-Con, introducing the world to three new webcomics and two brand-new web cartoons.
The new webcomic projects will launch over the next three months, with this month seeing Chris Eliopoulous heading up a revival of '90s arcade shooter Golly! Ghost! that's described as ha
ShiftyLook, the force behind reviving dormant Namco Bandai videogame properties like Bravoman, Sky Kid, Xevious, Scar and more as webcomics will turn its attention to throwing a birthday bash. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Dig Dug this summer, ShiftyLook will launch a collaborative webcomics
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Namco Bandai Games will launch a webcomics publishing effort known as ShiftyLook in March, aiming to revive interest in its dormant game properties by adapting them to new comic stories that will be available online and on mobile devices. Each series will receive twice a week over a three-month span. In an interview wi