Archive for March, 2013

The New Face of “Evil”


Ceremonial titles and changing gender roles can lead to some strange situations.

Progress is an odd, odd thing sometimes.

Progress can be a funny thing.

This very different encounter between the forces of good and evil courtesy of Demon King and Hero (まおゆう魔王勇者/Maoyuu Maou Yuusha) – Volume 1 (November 25, 2011) by Mamare Touno and You Asami.

Accessorizing Your PlayStation


Let’s face it: nothing sucks more than being dead. But you know what the second worst thing about being a ghost is? You get to stick around and see what happens to the body you leave behind.

Dude, can't you just get a lid sticker like a normal gamer? :P

Dude, can’t you just get a lid sticker like a normal gamer? 😛

This unorthodox third party accessory courtesy of Blood Lad (ブラッドラッド/Buraddo Raddo) – Volume 1 (May 1, 2010) by Yuuki Kodama.

Interrogation With The Vampire


When asking a human female who’s accidentally wandered into the demon world questions, it’s important to stick to the crucial ones.

Staz, don't even try understanding Square Enix's marketing techniques. You'll just get a century-long headache.

Staz, don’t even try understanding Square Enix’s marketing techniques. You’ll just get a century-long headache.

This shocking revelation has been brought to you by Blood Lad (ブラッドラッド/Buraddo Raddo) – Volume 1 (May 1, 2010) by Yuuki Kodama.

Subliminally Yours – Part 2: Who Framed Roger Rabbit


In some of the action sequences where Eddie Valiant is seen moving insanely quickly while interacting with toons – most notably during the Benny the Cab chase sequence and after going from floor to ceiling pancake while riding the elevator with Droopy – what the audience is seeing isn’t (an image of) Bob Hoskins composited into the shot, but an animated version of him.


What a Drag – Part 2


There’re some rumors that you can’t escape even when you’re dead.

Yeah, you do that. Good luck finding a place to store it.

Don’t cross a cross-dresser, Venkman. It won’t end well.

This urban legend has been brought to you by Ghostbusters: The Other Side (December 2008) by Keith Champagne, Tom Nguyen, and Jon Alderink.

Subliminally Yours – Part 1: Wreck-It Ralph


Yet another new series of posts dedicated to things that creators sneak into their works and which generally go unnoticed because they’re either presented in an unusual fashion or literally pass in the blink of an eye.

To start things off, here’s one from the climactic confrontation between Vanellope Von Schweetz and King Candy in the movie Wreck-It Ralph. When the former asks who the latter is after his true identity is revealed, for one single frame, while he’s glitching between his two very different appearances, he breaks the fourth wall and does this:

The Turbo Seal of Approval!

The Turbo Seal of Approval!

Ladies and gentleman, I give you Turbo: video game attention whore extraordinaire.

Emptying the Nest


Sometimes, the bird’s the last one to realize it’s coming.

I'm not sure this is legal, even in Japan.

I’m not sure this is legal, even in Japan.

Today’s case of sisterly abandonment has been brought to you by Missile Happy! (ミサイル ハッピー!/Misairu Happii!) – Volume 1 (June 19, 2002) by Miki Kiritani.

Me Grimlock Feel Fancy!


When prolific Transformer fanartist Rekka started taking requests on her Tumblr blog, This Is Bad Comedy, for things that we’d like to see her draw, I almost immediately recalled this scene of Grimlock dressed as a waiter from the classic series episode Madman’s Paradise

Why would robots need giant glasses of booze? o_O

Why would giant robots need giant glasses of alcoholic beverages? o_O

…and decided to up the ante by requesting an image of him dressed in a French maid outfit. And this was the end result:

"Me Grimlock Feel Fancy!" by Rekka

“Me Grimlock Feel Fancy!” by Rekka

Thanks Rekka! Be sure to check out her Tumblr blogs here and here.

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