“[W]hat if there was a way to get the youth of today in on all the polygonal war recreations that modern gaming has been nice enough to bring us, but without getting their precious little mitts all bloody?” That would be the Call of Duty Activity Book For […]
At Hit Self-Destruct, Duncan writes about Far Cry 2, Call of Duty 4, rules of engagement and civilian deaths: “Where there are no civilians, there are no mistakes, there’s no collateral damage and it starts to feel safe. It changes from war into a murder mystery vacation. Maybe […]
A fleece, wool and felt AK-47, Uzi pistol or M1A1 bazooka? It’s Soft Corps‘ artsy-craftsy arsenal.(thanks, Steve!)
Airships, mysterious islands, satanic scientists, vampiric creatures, tragedy. All in silhouette in The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello. (Thanks, Steven!)
In the spirit of the season, here are ten, in alphabetical order by author.
John Plotz re-watches Red Dawn and sees a different movie: “Red Dawn did not conjure up the chest-swelling patriotism I felt as a 14-year-old. Instead, it turned out to be disturbing in an entirely unexpected way.”