art-is-the-word:

joeyart:

X-men storm as Jem and the Holograms. She rides Tauntaun from Star wars while holding beatrix kiddo’s Hattori Hanzo sword and a pink microphone. and yes. that’s star trek enterprise in the sky.

Makes sense

art-is-the-word:

joeyart:

X-men storm as Jem and the Holograms. She rides Tauntaun from Star wars while holding beatrix kiddo’s Hattori Hanzo sword and a pink microphone. and yes. that’s star trek enterprise in the sky.

Makes sense

boneheadedcomic:

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They say they want politics out of video game coverage? OK, now we’re getting somewhere.
 
By politics, the voices calling for ethics reform really mean “progressive” politics. The so-called corruption that needs to be rooted out is a focus on “diversity” and the “magnitude of the human experience.” It should be no surprise that the outlets and voices specifically targeted by GamerGate are progressive. Baldwin was the first of several notable opportunists who, despite caring little for video games or video game culture, were more than happy to contribute to any movement that counted “SJWs” — that’s “social justice warriors,” for those of you out of the loop — as enemies. That “social justice warrior” is considered a pejorative at all speaks volumes about the motivations behind much of GamerGate and its fixation on progressive voices.

I think another flaw in the second season of the walking dead game’s writing may have been that they were trying too hard that time around to have a storyline just like the tv show? With only one or two episode in the game where you have a chance to get to know a character, you really don’t have time for a villain like the Governor and still expect them to be as complex and interesting without it feeling very rushed and forced. Clementine is suddenly getting the “We are the same, you and I” speech in the very second conversation she’s ever had with Carver. There simply wasn’t enough time given to us to let his words hold any real weight.

When you only have 5 episodes, I think it works better to have the main conflict come from within the group dynamics itself, like in the first season.

When talking about shows like Mad Men or Breaking Bad or Walking Dead and the like, it always catches me off guard when I hear someone mention they really like the protagonist, because my mind just goes “wait, there are people who watch tv who DONT just put up with the annoying boring white male lead just to see the cool supporting ladies??”

The Rick Grimes Anomaly

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mostingeniusparadox:

52 #48
scottfoss:

Lee really really hates Halloween

Lee will not dress up as a grim reaper, he will not be a skeleton, and most of all he will not be Skeletor. 

scottfoss:

Lee really really hates Halloween

Lee will not dress up as a grim reaper, he will not be a skeleton, and most of all he will not be Skeletor.