The CJM

bluejayhunter:

Forget the bat flip - Joey Bats has created the “bat spike”.

bluejayhunter:

Forget the bat flip - Joey Bats has created the “bat spike”.

Japanese Game Parks

communedesign:

This series of images was brought to us through our friend & collaborator, Harsh Patel, who said he was gifted these scans from Bay-Area artist Michael Guidetti. With names like Daytona Park, Namco Wonder Egg, and Time Travel House, we can only image the what the experience of stepping foot into one of these obscure arcades would be like. Please enjoy Japanese Game Parks.

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gameraboy:

Let’s see how you do with The Electric Company’s Flash Gordon quiz!  From 1981.

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gameraboy:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley

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grimchild:

Been doodling Spinosaurus again after the new findings came out.  Also since every goddamn article and video about Spinosaurus has to compare it to T. rex, have a comparison between my rex and spino.  The legs are a bit bigger than NatGeo’s version after what Scott Hartman came out with.  Also thought it would be neat if the sail sort of mimicked the look of river debris and dead branches so it could camouflage itself as such when trundling along through the water.

oliversava:

Gorgeous widescreen DC Comics variants by Darwyn Cooke

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dcuniversepresents:

Variant covers illustrated by Eisner-winning artist Darwyn Cooke

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theavc:

In a perfect world, Rocket and Groot make complete sense as Calvin and Hobbes

“Chris [Pratt] never uses a spit bucket. When you do scenes where a character is eating, you eat and then spit it out into a ‘spit bucket.’ Chris just keeps eating. If you see Andy eating a cheeseburger in a scene, you should know Chris Pratt ate like 8 cheeseburgers. I love that guy.”

—   Aziz Ansari (via tastefullyoffensive)

(Source: baconpancakeslovesfatties, via commanderriffraff)

twentypercentcooler:

itswalky:

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nothingbutgames:

Official artworks of Mario’s journey in Super Mario World (1990).

look at all he’s done for you

Oh, right, these arts are from the strategy guide that I bought when my parents said I couldn’t have an SNES for Christmas, and so I memorized the entire thing so I could live the experience of Super Mario World vicariously, only for my parents to get me an SNES anyway, and for me to be incredibly bored as I played through the entire thing because I knew every damn thing.

good times

Still have that guide.  

I like how terrified Mario looks in all of these, and also how Luigi shows up in the first one all “No Idea. I’m out.”

(Source: mariowiki.com)

Sony Playstation

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