Space Leech
My booze is locked in mortal combat.

My booze is locked in mortal combat.

Vaporware? More like YMFaux.

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Godzilla sketches.  Messing with the idea of a logo for the panel I’m doing with Spaceleech at Otakon. You should come, if you’re a jerk that likes hearing other jerks talk about kaiju (which are also jerks, when you look at all the stuff they’ve done).

See us at Otakon at the Destroy All Giant Monsters A Go Go Panel!

There’s only a 30% chance you’ll regret it!

Japanese ad for MK II.
I wonder if anyone in Japan was pumped for the MK games or if they were just considered a baffling mess when compared to what SNK and Capcom were putting out.
Weekly Famitsu, No. 309, 1994.

Japanese ad for MK II.

I wonder if anyone in Japan was pumped for the MK games or if they were just considered a baffling mess when compared to what SNK and Capcom were putting out.

Weekly Famitsu, No. 309, 1994.

Fan art from Hobby Japan  No. 221, 1987.

Fan art from Hobby Japan  No. 221, 1987.

The art of Suehiro Maruo is the perfect visual embodiment of the feeling you get when you peek through a cracked door and see something you were not supposed to.

The art of Suehiro Maruo is the perfect visual embodiment of the feeling you get when you peek through a cracked door and see something you were not supposed to.

*sigh* Remember when Kojima used to look like a big dork? Those were the days.
Weekly Famitsu No. 551, 1999.

*sigh* Remember when Kojima used to look like a big dork? Those were the days.

Weekly Famitsu No. 551, 1999.

Tags on tumblr are being abused! When you search SNK, instead of Metal Slug or Fatal Fury, you get a bunch of weird skinless men!

Idol sensation Saint Four!
Mark 1 magazine Vol. 3, 1985.

Idol sensation Saint Four!

Mark 1 magazine Vol. 3, 1985.

RMS-106 Hizack model.
Mark 1 magazine, Vol. 1, 1985.

RMS-106 Hizack model.

Mark 1 magazine, Vol. 1, 1985.