herzspalter:

G1 Transformers Episode 1 Season 1: More than meets the Eye, Part 1

Two days ago, this blog reached 3000 amazing followers , which is more than I could’ve ever hoped for. There is no way I could thank all of you for your support and kind words, but I’ll try to anyway.

As a thank you, I will go through with a project I’ve been meaning to do for some time now, and I will recap every single G1 episode.

Not every episode is easy to make fun of, not every episode is pure gold like “A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur’s Court” or “Carnage in C-minor”, but every episode is magical in its own way, and even the genuinely good ones have a whole bunch of nonsense and silly lines in them. This is both a thank you to all of you, as well as an expression for my appreciation and love for this cartoon.

Season 1 is relatively tame and I will try my best to make the recaps of those episodes somewhat enjoyable, because Season 1 is actually not bad and things only really took a turn for the fantastical nonsense in Season 2 and onwards. I hope you’ll enjoy these comics, and I will still make short G1 comics like I’ve done so far.

This is for those who have seen the cartoon and aren’t sure if this show really exists (spoiler: it does) and for those who haven’t seen it and just want to have a very short version of it. I will leave out things on purpose so you can still watch the show and experience a whole bunch of strange dialogues and horrible evil plans that go nowhere without having everything spoiled here.

Thank you guys so much for these past 10 months, they’ve been amazing for me and I hope you’ll stay for some more!

(btw I apologize for all errors etc, I’ve been making this for 8 hours straight and I’m a bit exhausted now)

geek-art:

#geekart Adventure Time art show at Iam8bit ! My selection herehttp://www.geek-art.net/iam8bit-adventure-time-art-show/ 

korranation:

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sociallyawkwardhufflepuff:

doooodles

I WANT TO CRY

Can we take a moment to appreciate how amazing this is?

korranation:

blackmoods:

sociallyawkwardhufflepuff:

doooodles

I WANT TO CRY

Can we take a moment to appreciate how amazing this is?

alpha-beta-gamer:

Doctor Who: A Brilliant Game is a small pixel art adventure game based on the events 50th Anniversary Special “The Day Of The Doctor“.

The game features wonderfully crafted pixel art representations of several scenes that appear in The Day Of The Doctor (and some extra ones), interspersed with some alternate (funny) dialogue choices and puzzles.  A full playthough takes around 15 minutes, and packs a nice variety of puzzles, minigames and Doctors into it’s short time span.

It’s still early in development, so does have a few small imperfections (occasional grammatical errors mainly), but these will no doubt be ironed out in future releases.  The dev is intent on making a game the good Doctor would be proud of, and also plans to flesh out the game to fill in any gaps in the story.

Doctor Who: A Brilliant game is shaping up to be an excellent pixel art romp, which is a nice surprise as good Doctor Who games are rarer than Darlek legs!

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herzspalter:

There’s always at least one person whenever I post a G1 joke who doesn’t believe me and thinks I’m making stuff up, or that I’m just taking things out of context to make it strange. To prove that I am not doing that, I decided to draw an entire episode. All of this actually happens, and I didn’t even include Starscream’s amazing skill to create threads out of crunched gold and Rumble’s horrible one-liners.

Sorry for the crappy drawings, I didn’t want to add shadows and lights because I’ve been spending way too much time on this anyway.

This is the G1 Season 2 episode “A Decepticon raider in King Arthur’s Court” and it’s one of the most glorious episodes of anything ever. Go watch it if you don’t believe me.

aeonmagnus:

Megatron: Such heroic nonsense.
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aeonmagnus:

Megatron: Such heroic nonsense.

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Some of my Custom Work.

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Justin Currie has created these insane robot character designs for several Marvel and DC comic book characters. It would be awesome to see these become some kind of series!

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herzspalter asked: I liked Cap 2 alright, but I didn't find it as amazing as so many people said it was. I didn't get it. I found it okay, I enjoyed watching it, but there were too many people getting killed, I'm not a fan of heroes just shooting everybody with conventional guns, I like the flashy, silly movies more. Personal preferences, of course :3 The moment he started dancing in the beginning had me smiling, to :3 I really enjoyed the animation on Rocket Raccoon and Groot, very well done body language <3

For me Cap 2 Could decide if it wanted to Real World (with the Setting, Hydra using the “Trick people into wanting Top down power” and Over reaching Military force) but the there was a “Uncanny Valley” issue. The setting was too close to the real world so the Comic book element stood out and felt WEIRD and out of place.

Part of Guardians success is that the Space setting allowed the audience to just accept oddities like Groot, Rocket and so on without questioning it further that “its in Space”.