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Archive for April, 2007

Robots in Disguise

I don’t think I could possibly add anything to this.

I Am 8-Bit 2007

The I Am 8-Bit 2007 exhibition opened on Tuesday at the Gallery Nineteen Eighty Eight in LA. Thankfully, for those of us too far away to enjoy the video game inspired artwork in person, there are loads of places to get a sampling online:

Flight Vol. 4 Preview

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Newsarama has a preview of what’s inside Kazu Kibuishi and friends’ forthcoming volume of the Flight comic series — 57 pages of them! It really is fantastic to watch the book’s success over the years.

No one belongs here more than you.

No one belongs here more than you: I really like this website for a new book by Me And You And Everyone We Know writer/director Miranda July.

Cuddly Zombies!

Cuddly Zombies!

Rabbit Show Jumping

Rabbit Show Jumping: I don’t think I need to say anything else. (via It’s Nice That)

Video games that sounds dirty, but aren’t

Video games that sounds dirty, but aren’t.

Disney’s response on Destino and Legacy DVDs

I thought I’d drop Disney a line to find out what happened to the Walt Disney Legacy Collection DVD set and, more specifically, the Destino DVD. Sadly, I still don’t know much more:

“At this time, we do not have a DVD release date for DESTINO. We will forward your request for release to our Marketing Department for consideration. No additional LEGACY COLLECTION releases have been announced.”

Did I dream the Destino DVD box mock-up that was, until recently, displayed on the Legacy site?

Kingdom Hearts 2:Final Mix+ Trailer

I thought I posted this a while ago, but obviously not! It’s the trailer for the Disney / Square Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix+, which includes the original Kingdom Hearts 2 plus Kingdom Hearts: Re:Chain of Memories, a re-working of the GBA game that, chronologically, sat between Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2. Interestingly they’ve kept the fighting using cards thing that I really couldn’t get into.

A shame that it looks like it’s only going to be available in Japan though. No details on a EU PAL or US NTSC release yet. (via Penny Arcade)

Human Computer Interaction in Science Fiction Movies

Human Computer Interaction in Science Fiction Movies (via BoingBoing)