I've seen a lot of things in this crazy world of ours, but never in all my years have I witnessed an argument for the fact that we're living in the best of all possible worlds as compelling as the existence of this:
An installment of the 1988 Ice Capades based on Super Mario Bros.
Free Comic Book Day: For those still mourning the loss of Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee's Thor: The Mighty Avenger, have heart! Fans can catch one more tale with a time travel adventure uniting the Thunder God with the Sentinel of Liberty this Free Comic Book Day with Captain America/Thor.
It is probably fair to say that we have a tendency to throw around the word "awesome" kind of a lot here. But seriously you guys have to see this. It is, for real, totally f*cking awesome. The creators of the memorably awesome Power Rangers spoof Megabot have returned with a transcendently awesome new video called
If John K and Peter Bagge tried to make cartoons together, they'd end up with characters who look approximately like the ones in the work of Dirk Erik Schulz. The Germany-based artist obviously harbors an intense love of Mario, but he also draws Sega's Sonic and Tails as you would imagine they might appear in a wrestling competition in a cinematic depiction of an acid trip, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas style. His visi
If the release of Exploding Rabbit's amazing "Super Mario Crossover" reminded us of one thing, it's that the comic community's love of retro 8-bit action is still thriving thanks not only to nostalgia, but also a classic gaming design that resonates well past its perceived technological expiration date.
With that enthusiasm in mind, we've taken a look at a few c
Growing up as a video game fan, I often found myself frustrated by the games of the NES era, which were made back when designers saw impossible difficulty as giving players their money's worth. I can vividly remember wishing games were more like comics, existing in a shared universe where Mega Man could just drop by the Mushroom Kingdom to blow Koopa Troopas away with his arm cannon, or that Mario could grab the Spread Gun from "Contra" to make things a little easier on himself
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