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Starting this week is Mexico City Riot! This comic is a prequel to Golden Gate Riot, with the same creative team, with Jeik Dion on art and myself writing. This is all new, unless of course you live in Quebec! Please share with all your friends and enemies and parents. Actually parents are kind of like the intersection of friend and enemy.

Posted 8 May, 2013 - 00:00 by Destroy All Pod...

In the run-up to the May 16th release of "Star Trek Into Darkness" (and without any kind of copyright infringement), European car manufacturer Audi has just released this little gem:

And in a similar vein (but by a different company), General Electric brought forward this fan-pleasing piece in April 2013:

Posted 7 May, 2013 - 17:50 by EVA_Unit_4A

Just... wrong...

http://www.tomopop.com/point-and-laugh-at-the-new-mg-strike-gundam-on-display-30264.phtml

credit to Tomopop for posting this... and to whoever built this: hit yourself with a shovel.. now.

Posted 4 May, 2013 - 11:49 by Rob

Today we have the third and final portion of the new Homeless Dinosaur comic Permanently More Beautiful. Frankie B. Washington, artist, is co-author of Robot God Akamatsu and letter, Star St. Germain, is all around rad. I am your humble writer. Read! Share! Enjoy!

Posted 1 May, 2013 - 00:00 by Destroy All Pod...

Hosts: Jeremy, Mike, Nicole

This is about brand engagement, blatant misogyny, and ripping off Casablanca. Charlie Sheen!

Click [HERE] to crash Wayne Brady's chocolate airplane into the Keebler Elves' tree.

This movie was supposed to be in theatres in 2003 but never came out. It was leaked on the Internet and then eventually released on DVD in Europe. An official US release a decade later finally came out... streaming on Youtube.

Pics after the cut.

Enjoy the second part of the new Homeless Dinosaur adventure Permanently More Beautiful, with art by badass artist and Robot God Akamatsu co-creator Frankie B. Washington and lettering by super star Star St. Germain. I wrote it. It's good. You should read it and share it with all your friends and lovers.

Posted 24 April, 2013 - 00:41 by Destroy All Pod...

I am joined once again by Carl aka SDshamshel of Ogiue Maniax to discuss the recent anime AKB0048, which was directed by Shoji Kawamori with Mari Okada as the head writer.

Check out his post on how actual AKB48 songs are used in AKB0048.

If I had to sum up AKB0048 in one image it would be this:

Freedom fighting idol singers just doing their thing.

Right click and save as to download.

Beware of spoilers and the No Fun police.

Posted 20 April, 2013 - 22:52 by VF5SS



Posted 17 April, 2013 - 20:46 by Rangenime

This week we're starting a new Homeless Dinosaur comic called Permanently More Beautiful, with art by freelance illustrator and Robot God Akamatsu co-creator Frankie B. Washington and lettering by Star St. Germain, and of course it was written by yours truly. Be sure to check out the work of my super cool collaborators!

Posted 17 April, 2013 - 01:33 by Destroy All Pod...

Hosts: Jeremy, Phill

This is about dumb reporters, unexpected bloodshed, and gun sandwiches.

Click [HERE] to blow up a boat.

 

My ThreeA Real Steel Atom review sample unboxing video is up.  Apologies for the video quality, but I shot this when I got home from work last night and saw a huge box from Josh lying on my bed,  I'm pretty sure Atom is the first 3A toy that they have sent out review samples for, so I am super stoked to have been a recipient.  The figure is awesome, and I'll have my full review with text, photos, and better video up on Monday.  In the meantime, you can preorder Atom on Bambalandstore.com.

Posted 14 April, 2013 - 06:43 by Prometheum5

Hey everyone! I posted a new page of Homeless Dinosaur with art by the talented Trishelle Jeffery. As you've come to expect, it was written by me.

It's been a while since I did a book report, so I figured it was time! Forgive me if this is too obscure for you, but I have kind of a ridiculous obsession with a comic called Flying Warriors. Never heard of it? Well, I don't blame you. Strap in, because this is a complicated story.

In 1985, a small Japanese company named Nihon Game created a video arcade game called North Faction Shaolin: Fist of the Flying Dragon, an early fighting game about kung fu warriors. It was later released in the west under the name Shanghai Kid.

Posted 10 April, 2013 - 22:33 by Destroy All Pod...
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