The last time we moved, we took the opportunity to frame and hang some great artwork from colleague Joen Asmussen. After our second move, we felt it was time to further decorate the office by framing our very small collection of signed comic book art. First up is a promotional poster for The Transformers: Windblade, […]
And now for a bit of a nostalgic trip for some of you, here is a remastered Temple of Time from The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time, built in Unreal Engine 4.
Reading Rainbow is an award-winning educational show which ran for 23 years on PBS. The show was designed to educate children on the magic of reading, rather than just the technical aspects of it. By that I mean the ability to build your own world via a great work of fiction, rather than simply reading and […]
Following the first animated short from Batman’s 75th Anniversary, the second animated short features a much older Bruce Wayne and his younger protégé Terry McGinnis (from the Batman Beyond series) as they face off against a surprisingly nostalgic cast. Can you identify all of their assailants?
Unlike my earlier post, where I was late for Superman’s 75th Anniversary, we are just in time for Batman’s 75th Anniversary. To celebrate, DC Entertainment produced Batman: Strange Days, an animated short featuring Bob Kane’s original Batman design.
I know that I’m a bit late in posting this animated short for Superman’s 75th anniversary, but it’s an amazing bit of nostalgia that I simply couldn’t pass up.
Before you settle down to celebrate Valentine’s Day by binge-watching the second season of House of Cards, here’s a true love story featuring Batman and Catwoman with music by Lolita Ritmanis.
If you’re a fan of Doctor Who and Sherlock, you truly must see Wholock, a fan-made mashup in which the two fan-favorite characters finally meet. If that blew your mind, don’t miss the short behind the scenes video.
I never thought I’d see the day when Pac-Man would be given a live action fan film treatment, but it turns out I was wrong. A feature length film is in development, and the original short film is embedded below.
Here’s a very creative mashup from James Farr of Star Wars, Mario, Legend of Zelda, Donkey Kong, Star Fox, and many other tiny Nintendo references.