Batman garage kit from Hobby Japan No. 248, 1990.
It’s funny how people today consider Burton’s movies really campy, but when it was still contemporary people were cracking jokes about the suped up Batmobile and the armored costume just like people do with the Nolan movies today.
Just got this delicious flavored salt. I have no idea what it’s supposed to be or what it’s meant for, but it goes great with meats.
Kamen Rider Black, looking sweaty!
Hobby Japan No. 248, 1990.
Fan art of the Sazabi and Nu Gundam from Hobby Japan No. 226, 1988.
The Who’s Tommy predicted pro gaming.
Back cover from the Japanese strategy guide for Street Fighter Zero/Alpha 2 for the Sega Saturn, 1996.
Page from the Japanese strategy guide for Street Fighter Zero/Alpha 2 for the Sega Saturn, 1996.
Photo from Heibon Punch, 1984.
For those of you wondering why things have been kinda quiet here, I’d like to announce a special project I’m working on.
I’ve been making a short film tentatively titled Arcade A-Go-Go, in which I visit a once vibrant arcade that has now fallen to ruin.
Here’s an article I wrote on what gave me the idea to make this film: http://filmfestivaltraveler.com/film-arts/film-arts-previews/2635-the-resurrected-arcade-part-1
Principle photography is complete and I’ll be sure to keep you all updated.
Reblog for the night time crowd.
quatorz asked: Your short film sounds awesome-but depressing! I think it would kill me to see in arcade in that condition. That was my youth!
It didn’t occur to me that this film would be depressing until I actually started telling other people about it. I was just thinking “boy, what a great place to film!”