I think I just beat Minecraft.
I was a few hearts away from dieing so I emptied my inventory into a chest (like a good hoarder) and went outside my haven to go kill myself. I went to the top of a mountain right as the sun was setting. Instead of trying to kill myself, I stood still and took in the beautiful sunset. Then, not moving an inch, I watched the moon rise. No monsters came out to kill me. I watched the stars pass while the moon came and went. No spiders harassed me, no skeletons shot at me, no zombies moaned and no flailing green dildos tried to explode in my presence. I watched as the simulated (square)orbs circled the ‘globe’. I was at one with nature… or not.
Did you know that this game allowed you to be Buddha sitting under the bodhi tree?
Please accept my flower and tell me if it works for you…
Noah on the NyTimes
Rad-dude and general Awesome-man Noah just had an animation he made featured on the New York Times! Here’s the article itself where Noah and his scientist friend are interviewed: HERE!
Here’s the animation itself:
I just finished upgrading the site from ComicPress to WebComic, which means some cooool things for all of our readers!
First off, you might have noticed that the navigation buttons are much larger and easier to see. Isn’t that rad?! Thanks, WebComic! In that same vein, the “Random” button is no longer located in the sidebar where no one can find it, but rather right in the navigation menus! Thanks, WebComic!
There’s now a new link when you click on “comments” for a comic, too! TRANSCRIBE! Sweet, right? Thanks, WebComic! So if you awesome readers out there want to be EVEN COOLER, you can go ahead and transcribe some of our comics for us! Thanks, Awesome Readers!
Coolest of all, however, is that in the next few months you can look forward to being able to read Mikel’s, Noah’s, or October’s galleries independent of each other as well as all together! So if you’re in a Noah mood, you can just switch to that! Want some Mikel, and just some Mikel? No problem! Depressed and pretentious? October’s gotcha covered! …soon, anyhow.
I’m still getting the archives back in order, but all of the comics should be there! If anyone notices something that’s odd or should-not-be, please email me at email@example.com.
I’m certain I forgot, like, twenty other things about WebComic you should probably know, but hey! I’m really tired, and that’s a hallpass. I’m so sleep deprived, I could cat a manner of time. Anyhoo, enjoy and I’ll catch ya on the backsideflipzone, duders! Lahtah!
Hey guys I suck so no real comic. But look for more sketches on my tumblr!
From the minds that broght you ‘Italian Spiderman’, it’s ‘DANGER 5′!
This is the best thing I’ve seen in a long time. Here is a link to the trailer, but you can also see the first 3 episodes. New episodes come out on Monday- right when October’s comic is up! I hope you love this as much as I do…
The Enigma of Amigara Fault
Stuff is pretty
What in the name of all holy hell…
Help out some rad filmmakers!
Hey! Everyone! Do you like good film? Would you like to help support aspiring filmmakers? Well go HERE and go there fast, cause these guys are awesome and only about $175 short of their $4000 goal! Please help if you can!
I have never thought this hard about Netflix…
So, I used to be way into movies. Still am, I suppose, but a few years ago I was actually going to art school to learn cinematography! I helped make three different feature films with Ethan Holbrook, Andrew Gingerich, and a number of other very talented people. Two of those films you can still even find around Andrew’s site, EXGfilms.com (Wholesale Souls, Inc. & 16 Heads and Counting).
Anyhoo, I take movies pretty seriously, even if my professional interest in them has waned, and this article made me take a cold, hard look at my habits on Netflix Instant, and just exactly that might mean for the future of the film industry. Please take a look!