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iheartchaos:

SWEAR ON YOUR ETERNAL SOUL

Smokey doesn’t mess around.

pizza-party:

iheartchaos:

SWEAR ON YOUR ETERNAL SOUL

Smokey doesn’t mess around.

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pizza-party:

The many faces of Birch Squatch. By Buster Moody, Jeremy Colwell, Jason Copland, Jim Gibbons (me), and Caleb Goellner.

Have you downloaded your copy of Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot #1 yet?

wacom:

Special delivery from our friends at @foxadhd! But what does it mean? #pizza #socks

wacom:

Special delivery from our friends at @foxadhd! But what does it mean? #pizza #socks

wacom:

.@foxadhd celebrates an Instagram milestone Cintiq style. We can only approve.

eatgeekplay:


Writers: Various
Artists: Various
Edited by Dylan Todd
Cover Price: $2
Buy on Gumroad
2299 is an anthology edited by Dylan Todd with the only unifying theme being that all eleven stories take place in the far-off year of 2299. That’s it. It doesn’t even have to be the same conception of what the year would be like. Although, there are a few elements that appear in multiple stories by different creative teams that can be attributed to parallel thinking but each one has a distinct original take.
Not to shock anyone but suicide is a surprisingly common element in several of these stories. It makes sense, playing on feelings of increasing isolation as technology makes the world that much larger. When technology was less pervasive – less about connecting people, ironically enough – people were expected to find community within their neighborhoods. Stories like Kyle Starks’ “Fantastic Life” use this to make a strong humanist statement about perseverance in the face of loneliness. “To Hell with Tomorrow” by Josh Krach and Matt Diggs suggests a future in which implements for suicide have become a specialty market that leads to a very clever dénouement.
Other stories are just interested in being funny and clever which is a noble endeavor in its own right. Maxes both Bachhuber and Huffman’s “Gucci Mane 2299” is a hilarious comic that proposes a future in which the titular rapper’s legacy has a surprising longevity and importance. The absurdist elements are made easier to swallow thanks to the sci-fi setting which allows for alien/robot fighting rings or talking swords to exist beside fairly straightforward stories about entertainment or survival.
There are a lot fantastic stories in here with no two being alike in spite of similar themes running between them. In fact, it might do readers well to give themselves time in-between stories and to maybe skip around.
, #2299, #AndrewOtisWeiss, #CalebGoellner, #CarlosAguilar, #DerekCharm, #DylanTodd, #JordanWitt, #JoshKrach, #JoshTrujillo, #KeithArthurPille, #KevinChurch, #KyleStarks, #Lonku, #MattDigges, #MaxBachhuber, #MaxHuffman, #NolanTJones, #Scifi, #ScienceFiction, #TimothyWeaver, 2299, Andrew Otis Weiss, Caleb Goellner, Carlos Aguilar, Derek Charm, Dylan Todd, Jordan Witt, Josh Krach, Josh Trujillo, Keith Arthur Pille, Kevin Church, Kyle Starks, Lonku, Matt Digges, Max Bachhuber, Max Huffman, Nolan T. Jones, sci-fi, science fiction, Timothy Weaver

eatgeekplay:

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Writers: Various

Artists: Various

Edited by Dylan Todd

Cover Price: $2

Buy on Gumroad

2299 is an anthology edited by Dylan Todd with the only unifying theme being that all eleven stories take place in the far-off year of 2299. That’s it. It doesn’t even have to be the same conception of what the year would be like. Although, there are a few elements that appear in multiple stories by different creative teams that can be attributed to parallel thinking but each one has a distinct original take.

Not to shock anyone but suicide is a surprisingly common element in several of these stories. It makes sense, playing on feelings of increasing isolation as technology makes the world that much larger. When technology was less pervasive – less about connecting people, ironically enough – people were expected to find community within their neighborhoods. Stories like Kyle Starks’ “Fantastic Life” use this to make a strong humanist statement about perseverance in the face of loneliness. “To Hell with Tomorrow” by Josh Krach and Matt Diggs suggests a future in which implements for suicide have become a specialty market that leads to a very clever dénouement.

Other stories are just interested in being funny and clever which is a noble endeavor in its own right. Maxes both Bachhuber and Huffman’s “Gucci Mane 2299” is a hilarious comic that proposes a future in which the titular rapper’s legacy has a surprising longevity and importance. The absurdist elements are made easier to swallow thanks to the sci-fi setting which allows for alien/robot fighting rings or talking swords to exist beside fairly straightforward stories about entertainment or survival.

There are a lot fantastic stories in here with no two being alike in spite of similar themes running between them. In fact, it might do readers well to give themselves time in-between stories and to maybe skip around.

, #2299, #AndrewOtisWeiss, #CalebGoellner, #CarlosAguilar, #DerekCharm, #DylanTodd, #JordanWitt, #JoshKrach, #JoshTrujillo, #KeithArthurPille, #KevinChurch, #KyleStarks, #Lonku, #MattDigges, #MaxBachhuber, #MaxHuffman, #NolanTJones, #Scifi, #ScienceFiction, #TimothyWeaver, 2299, Andrew Otis Weiss, Caleb Goellner, Carlos Aguilar, Derek Charm, Dylan Todd, Jordan Witt, Josh Krach, Josh Trujillo, Keith Arthur Pille, Kevin Church, Kyle Starks, Lonku, Matt Digges, Max Bachhuber, Max Huffman, Nolan T. Jones, sci-fi, science fiction, Timothy Weaver

(via tvcm)

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birchsquatch:

Jeremy Colwell, Jason Copland, and Buster Moody’s takes on Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot! Get issue #1 on gumroad today!

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pizza-party:

Come get a copy of Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot #1 by @mondegreenranger and me at Rose City Comic Con’s table M-10!

pizza-party:

Come get a copy of Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot #1 by @mondegreenranger and me at Rose City Comic Con’s table M-10!

tinycartridge:

Cool Japan-themed 3DS eShop game 

No, it’s not a game about the Cool Japan tourism campaign, unfortunately. Ishi-Sengokuden Sadame is Intergrow’s top-down action RPG thing with traditional Japanese creatures and stuff in it, and I think it looks interesting.

It’s got multiple playable characters, an armor and weapon upgrade system, and even a system that lets you import other players’ characters as partners. Not bad for an eShop game. It’ll be out in Japan this year.

(via obscurevideogames)

wannabeanimator:

Fast technique for rendering textures | James Gurney

birchsquatch:

The Creaturds, Caleb Goellner and Jim Gibbons, posing with their baby at Rose City Comic Con. Photo by @kirkvanlund.

birchsquatch:

The Creaturds, Caleb Goellner and Jim Gibbons, posing with their baby at Rose City Comic Con. Photo by @kirkvanlund.

pizza-party:

Super rad Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot fan art by the uber talented Jason Copland!

pizza-party:

Super rad Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot fan art by the uber talented Jason Copland!