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theomeganerd:

History of Video Game Controllers

by Rita Malaquias

geek-studio:

1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die By Tony Mott

The most comprehensive guide to video games ever, this hardcover book explores games as entertainment and art form, covering 1001 titles and over 950 pages, taking into account platforms and genres, from the bold and the dark to the spiritual and whimsical.

This starts in the ’70s and goes all the way up to it’s publishing date in 2010. It’s a few years out of date now but from what it shows in the preview on Amazon it definitely hits a lot of key games!

There’s also an updated version published in 2013 but it doesn’t have much info about the content available.

dope-complex:

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illegalcivilization:

READ OUR TRANSWORLD ARTICLE. Sean P, Chris “Cookie” Coulborn, Tyshawn Jones, Blake Johnosn, Na-kel Smith, Sage Elsesser, and Kevin Bradley all have photos. You don’t know how we make stuff happen and thats fine COME TO IC2 BOULDER 

icey

icey

I want snakes like this, any color is fine with me

I want snakes like this, any color is fine with me

youngjusticer:

Females in the X-universe aren’t glamazons; they’re “real” heroes from various backgrounds. Initially, Stan Lee created Jean Grey, who’s been resurrected more times than any character, which means she also died more than everyone else. From the day of her inception, Grey has been fighting and sacrificing; her existence is seemingly immortal due to her powers allowing her to merge with the sentient cosmic force of life and death. That’s Phoenix for ya, but there are also Rogue, Shadowcat, and Scarlet Witch… Way too many others to count out. In any case, humans may not be heroes in skin-tight costumes and have voluminous hair, but, like Mystique, we often live in denial and make mistakes. This is what makes the X-Men so relatable, intriguing, and X-traordinary.
X-Men, by Ryan Valle.

youngjusticer:

Females in the X-universe aren’t glamazons; they’re “real” heroes from various backgrounds. Initially, Stan Lee created Jean Grey, who’s been resurrected more times than any character, which means she also died more than everyone else. From the day of her inception, Grey has been fighting and sacrificing; her existence is seemingly immortal due to her powers allowing her to merge with the sentient cosmic force of life and death. That’s Phoenix for ya, but there are also Rogue, Shadowcat, and Scarlet Witch… Way too many others to count out. In any case, humans may not be heroes in skin-tight costumes and have voluminous hair, but, like Mystique, we often live in denial and make mistakes. This is what makes the X-Men so relatable, intriguing, and X-traordinary.

X-Men, by Ryan Valle.

acid-eater:

Yu Yu Hakusho cameos in Dengeki Nurse 2

marcocartoon:

My take on Goku

marcocartoon:

My take on Goku