The new levels incorporated elements from a wide range of Mario games, and there doesn't seem to be a convenient emulation / flashcart way to play these. Seems ripe for the DSi downloadable content treatment.
Holy cats. There's a new music videos / shorts collection on DVD, news of an alternate version of the 'Science of Sleep' constructed from 100% unused footage, a selection of material from his sketchbooks printed on a roll of toilet paper, AND you can have your portrait drawn by him for twenty bucks!
Burrito cake, vows including meticulously designed charts, robocop ice sculpture.
Too rich for my blood, but considering other prices fetched, this is more than fair for such an early page. This particular page is also of special interest to type / lettering nerds: Four unique logo treatments!
I've been following the Covered blog – where cartoonists reinterpret favorite comic book covers – since it was announced, and this is by far my favorite. I'd love to see a whole series of deanthropomorphized covers.
Citing Alan Moore's Swamp Thing hardcover as an example, the author makes a good point: that simple investments like recoloring dated-looking work can pay huge dividends by increasing accessability to new fans. Obvious counterargument: watchmen. Oh, those colors.
I love Tom Gauld's work lots.
1:45 in. I do not think that means what you think it means.