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laser-lobotomy:

Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse

laser-lobotomy:

Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse

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marvelentertainment:

In celebration of Marvel Comics’ 75th Anniversary, Marvel proudly presents a deluxe collection of its 10 mightiest Masterworks hardcovers, plus the all-new, long-in-demand NOT BRAND ECHH VOL. 1 and the AVENGERS 75TH ANNIVERSARY BY ALEX ROSS POSTER signed by none other than Stan “The Man” Lee!

MARVEL FAMOUS FIRSTS: 75TH ANNIVERSARY MASTERWORKS SLIPCASE SETarrives in local comic book retailers September 3 and contains the following monumental Marvel collected moments:

CAPTAIN AMERICA VOL. 1 HC
264 pgs. - collecting Tales of Suspense #59-81

DAREDEVIL VOL. 1 HC
256 pgs. - collecting Daredevil #1-11

DOCTOR STRANGE VOL. 1 HC
328 pgs. - collecting Strange Tales #110-111 and  #114 - 141, and Amazing Spider-Man Annual  #2

NOT BRAND ECHH VOL. 1 HC
456 pgs. - collecting Not Brand Echh #1-13; and material from Amazing Spider-Man Annual #5, Avengers Annual #2, Daredevil Annual #1, Fantastic Four Annual  #5 and Sgt. Fury Annual #4.

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 1 HC
272 pgs. – collecting Amazing Fantasy #15 and Amazing Spider-Man #1-10.

THE AVENGERS VOL. 1 HC
248 pgs. - collecting Avengers #1-10

THE FANTASTIC FOUR VOL. 1 HC
272 pgs. - collecting Fantastic Four #1-10

THE INCREDIBLE HULK VOL. 1 HC
176 pgs. - collecting Hulk #1-6

THE INVINCIBLE IRON MAN VOL. 1 HC
208 pgs. - collecting Tales of Suspense #39-50

THE MIGHTY THOR VOL. 1 HC
280 pgs. - collecting Journey into Mystery #83-100

THE X-MEN VOL. 1 HC
248 pgs. - collecting X-Men #1-10

For more on Marvel’s 75th Anniversary, please visit marvel.com/75, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/marvel and join in the conversation on Twitter with #marvel and don’t forget to follow us at @marvel.

Hardcover: 3,016 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0785191283
ISBN-13: 978-0785191285
Product Dimensions: 19 x 16.8 x 13.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 33.4 pounds
On Sale: September, 3

Oh… oh my.

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twentypercentcooler:

volition:

Go forth and save the Boss from Satan’s clutches! 

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell is as a standalone expansion for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. 

Saints Row IV is also coming to PS4 and Xbox One as Saints Row IV - Re-Elected! 

Both Saints Row: Gat out of Hell and Saints Row IV - Re-Elected will release on January 27th, 2015!

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Volition: saving video games.

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"Another time, Jack took a call. A voice on the other end said, ‘There are three of us down here in the lobby. We want to see the guy who does this disgusting comic book and show him what real Nazis would do to his Captain America’. To the horror of others in the office, Kirby rolled up his sleeves and headed downstairs. The callers, however, were gone by the time he arrived."

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Mark Evanier, Kirby: King of Comics (via nerdhapley)

It’s Jack Kirby’s birthday, so here’s that story of him being bad ass all of the time.

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Developers and writers alike want games about more things, and games by more people. We want — and we are getting, and will keep getting — tragicomedy, vignette, musicals, dream worlds, family tales, ethnographies, abstract art. We will get this, because we’re creating culture now. We are refusing to let anyone feel prohibited from participating.

“Gamer” isn’t just a dated demographic label that most people increasingly prefer not to use. Gamers are over. That’s why they’re so mad.

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jimzub:

Hard to believe it’s finally here: Wayward #1 arrives in comic shops today.

For the past 10 months, Steve and I have been developing this creator-owned series and it’s an incredible feeling to finally see it out in the world. We hope you read it, enjoy it, and tell others all about it.

Projects like this are not just one person and although it’s common for me to say “my new creator-owned book” that’s not accurate. Beyond the fact that Steve and I are co-creators on this, there are quite a number of people I need to thank for their involvement and support.

Steve Cummings, thank you for working alongside me to develop this story and drawing your heart out. Your incredible dedication shows on every page.
John Rauch, thank you for enhancing Steve’s pages with incredible color and atmosphere.
Marshall Dillon, thank you for always sticking with me and doing more proofs on this issue than any other project we’ve worked on together. You tirelessly made lettering edits right up until we went to press.
Zack Davisson, thank you for your Japanese mythology consultation and wonderful essay back matter material.

Our variant cover artists: Alina Urusov, Jeff “Chamba” Cruz, Adam Warren, Tamra Bonvillain, Ross A. Campbell, Erik Larsen, Chip Zdarsky, and Kalman Andrasofszky. Thank you for creating eye-popping artwork to help grab attention, near and far.

Eric Stephenson, Ron Richards, Kat Salazar, Meredith Wallace, Addison Duke, Jonathon Chan, Branwyn Bigglestone and everyone else at the Image Comics office. Thank you for your support and your role as a creator-owned publisher that truly empowers creators to make the books they’ve always dreamed of.

Thank you also to:
Charles Soule, for your invaluable advice and support.
Nishi Makoto, for Japanese language/lettering help.
Chris Butcher and the Beguiling, for arranging the Wayward launch party (happening tonight!).
Brandon Seifert, for introducing me to Zack.

Thank you to the many retailers who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to support Wayward, including Happy Harbor ComicsStrange AdventuresThird Eye Comics, and the Phantom retail group.

Last but not least, thank you to my family and friends. Thank you for listening, sharing, understanding, and patiently accepting stressful days and neurotic nights as we built momentum to get this out the door. None of this would be possible without your love.

We’ve set up a fan email address where you can let us know what you think of Wayward (and we’re compiling the letters page for issue #2 this week, so please send us messages ASAP). Email 
waywardpostage@gmail.com
 and include “OK To Print” with your message if you’re okay with us possibly including your letter in a future issue.

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  • Question: Could you please hire Walt Simonson to handle Thor? Because it's obvious you fools have no right in even addressing Thor, let alone writing him. - Anonymous
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    kurtbusiek:

    brevoortformspring:

    Sounds like this might be the book you’re looking for then:

    https://www.facebook.com/waltersimonsonsragnarok

    One wonders how the extremist end of the Thor-fan spectrum would react if a modern Thor writer:

    1. Gave Thor’s power to someone new that they’d never heard of.

    2. Turned Thor into a frog.

    3. Had Thor repeatedly enchanted and dominated by a heretofore unseen little sister of a Thor villain.

    4. Had Thor defend himself against “deadly spears” made of ordinary materials by human hands.

    5. Had the heroes of Valhalla amazed by the power of automatic weapons and secure themselves a bunch of them, later using them to great effect against foes they’d have been overwhelmed by otherwise.

    And more, of course. It’s classic, masterful stuff, but I suspect much of it, if it happened today, would be greeted with charges of disrespecting the character and hating the fans.

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http://taterpie.tumblr.com/post/95321218910/that-job-dont-love-you-that-job-is-not-your

That job don’t love you. That job is not your friend. That job is not looking out for you. That job is a machine in which you are a cog. That job has no human feelings. That job is interested only in sucking you for every last ounce of labor that you are physically capable of producing before…

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