Business in the front, party 'til you die.
Once upon a time, I had to mail-order The Journal of MODOK studies, just so I could get my greedy hands on the latest info of my big-headed hero. But now, they're going online.
Christopher Pierce is a teacher who draws comics, and has an amazing classroom reading shelf. Seriously, I want to be that guy. Oh, and go donate to this book thing. DO IT.
That is a pretty bad-ass looking Leo, I'm forced to admit.
James Lipton composed the theme to Thundercats. Your world will never be the same. My world is already completely different. I mean, we call cars "hyperwheels", and don't use forks.
Is Rob Cohen going to remake Monster Squad. Does the Wolfman have nards?
Blackwell presents The 25 Great Conflicts in Role-Playing Games. Now and only now do RPGs have literary value.
Fantastic Indie Game Alert: REDDER. But if you play it, you have to promise me you'll get all the diamonds. Promise. It'll be worth your while.
While playing that, I stumbled on The Scale of the Universe, which isn't really a game so much as it is a flash version of Powers of Ten.
And though I haven't played Digital: A Love Story yet, it looks impressive.