Minimalism is a movement, especially when it comes to pop culture fan art, be it movie posters, superhero logos, or television show promos. The ability to translate the core concept of a book, movie, show, or idea with the least amount of strokes is captivating.Declassify >
From battles unseen with bombers and comic book room arguments to a humorous character, a library, and three of the most iconic vehicles of 1980’s television, it’s time to look at some standout pieces from deviantArt.Declassify >
Spoiler Free Review
What Garth Ennis has written in his short run with “Fury MAX: My War Gone By” is the perfection achieved when you cross original Nick Fury with the Samuel L. Jackson Nick Fury…Declassify >
It’s been too long since I’ve gone down the rabbit hole that is the Small Oddities series. So, let’s get back to it!Declassify >
Chrono Trigger is one of those classic titles that generate nostalgia and a real sense of reverie amongst gamers. Released back in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System – it was a critical and commercial success.
I’m not exaggerating when I say few games released in the past 20 years measure up to this RPG masterpiece. Some younger gamers or those unfamiliar with gaming might not understand Chrono Trigger’s significance, but that’s okay.
I’m an old nerd whose wanted to write about this for a while.Declassify >