Wonder Woman feels

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A couple of illustrations from Tiny Toon Adventures Magazine issue 2, from 1990


Sony is making a film with Donkey Kong and Pac-Man

if Sony Pictures Entertainment had announced the actors who participate in his film Pixels, the company had not yet revealed the virtual distribution thereof. This is now done.

there a few days ago we told you of Pixels, the film inspired short film by Patrick Jean currently in production at Sony Pictures. History to provide a more credible (and faithful to the original short film) Possible universe, the studio has just announced that an agreement with several big names in the gaming industry.

Thus, some of their famous characters from retro video games appear in the film. Without further ado here is the list of companies covered by this agreement, together with the licenses of elements and characters appear in the film:

-Atari Asteroids, Breakout, Centipede, Missile Command;
-Konami Frogger;
-Bandai Namco: Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug;
-Nintendo: Donkey Kong;
-Columbia Pictures: Q * bert;
-Taito Space Invaders;
Warner Bros. Interactive: Joust, Defender, Robotron and Wizard of Wor.

This is not the first time that some of these titles will be shown in a movie. It was in fact refers to the number of them in the Disney film The Wreck-It Ralph. In terms of Sony, the studio will not have completed the film in relation to video games once Pixels in theaters.

American studio belonging to the Japanese giant is still working on an adaptation of the book Console Wars released last May.

Pixels, Chris Columbus with Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Peter Dinklage and Michelle Monaghan, is a comedy whose output is scheduled for 27 May 2015.

Sailor moon animated in over 250 styles.

For comparison sake. Here’s Knuckles, and Not Knuckles


I’ve been sketching Batgirls lately. :)

Zany to the Max by sibsy

Zany to the Max by sibsy



Dang planet of the apes dun like Rocket at all.



Dang planet of the apes dun like Rocket at all.


The end of the semester is rapidly approaching, finals are right around the corner, and I decided to spend an hour making a giant photoset of my favorite scene from my favorite Looney Tunes episode.



I just got back into town and an advance copy of my book, Draw-A-Saurus was waiting for me. This was a big thrill to see something that has taken up so much of the last two years of my life finally in print. And the best part is they spelled my name right.

This is a book that I hope will appeal to everyone. It breaks down dinosaurs to their simplest form and lets the artist build up their own creatures from the ground up.

The rest of you will be able to get your hands on this puppy on September 9th. You can order it from Amazon or any of your other favorite online and brick & mortar stores. 


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