“I always loved, most of all with doing comics, the fact that I knew I was in the gutter. I kind of miss that, even these days, whenever people come up and inform me, oh, you do graphic novels. No. I wrote comic books, for heaven’s sake. They’re […]
The upcoming Tony Hawk game is set in 1980s L.A. with, if the trailers are to be believed, a soundtrack featuring Dead Kennedys and the Pixies. Prominent in the trailers are bike riding and a light rail train, which is cool but also very weird: L.A. is a […]
Christina Socorro Yovovich over at Strange Horizons on what drew her to sf: “What kept me reading science fiction was the way it made my immediate surroundings alien, too. Everywhere I looked, something familiar turned new and strange.”
Rockstar’s doing a videogame based on the 1979 gangsploitation flick The Warriors, but the trailer makes me worry they’ve been slavishly faithful to the movie. It’s great and all, but I didn’t watch it for its dramatic oration.
From the comments after Game Girl Advance’s article on the backlash against experiential game reviewing: “New Games Journalism is the new emo. No one wants to be called it, and everyone is accusing everyone else of doing it.”
Some preliminary details about a computer game based on the Bone comic: “We plan on executing the story as it is told in the comics. There will be added interactivity and we will take some license, but we are trying to stay true to the comic.”