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jedavu:

ZONA by Alex Andreyev

Digital art guru, Saint-Petersburg based illustrator Alex Andreyev created a concept for ZONA TV series (based on the short science fiction novel written by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky), to be released in 2015

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comixnation:

The Transformers v1 #16

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This is what it looked like the one time I read it as a kid.

This is what it looked like the one time I read it as a kid.

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lunaticobscurity:

Street Fighter 92’ (Street Of Terminator) : This is from a Hong Kong Manhua spin off of Street Fighter…which is weirder than the some of the “normal” Street Fighter manhua adaptations. Street Fighter 92’ is very sci-fi as you can see, and Balrog (or M.Bison depending on your taste) looks nothing like the original character, hell he definitely isn’t a black man in this version.

he’s barely a man at all, but apparently some kind of robot data monster?

why does no-one translate chinese fighting game comics? ;_;

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Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) dir. Michael Bay

Disaster Year 20XX’s review

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Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) dir. Michael Bay

Disaster Year 20XX’s review

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Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) dir. Michael Bay

Disaster Year 20XX’s review

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abobobo:

Shuji Imai illustrations that accompanied the Final Fantasy articles in volumes 12, 14, and 16 of Nintendo Power. Imai (who is often confused with Katsuya Terada) was also the original illustrator of the Howard & Nester comics.

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bigredrobot:

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joekeatinge:

wait slow down are you telling me there was ONE comic I could read about the planet of the apes AND dracula????

I want to go to there. Well, not literally; it looks like it would be terrible for humans, BUT YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.

This comic is, of course, famous for running out of American Planet of The Apes comics to reprint, and so instead started reprinting Kilraven strips with the minimal amount of reworking to make them fit into Planet of the Apes continuity.

Oh, Marvel UK.

You just made this even better, Graeme.

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