Kyle Roberts and Nathan Poppe used over 4,000 photos and 60 hand drawn sketches to put this piece together, and it no doubt paid off. Well done, fellas, the Internet and children of the ’80s salute you.
I’m pretty sure that when karate was being perfected hundreds of years ago in Japan, the plan wasn’t to include a white dude rapping over a drum machine. Somebody just lost their dojo privileges.
One can enjoy video games by simply playing them, but some really go the extra mile in an effort to achieve Youtube fame. These are the top gaming tributes of 2011.
It’s pretty hilarious, except there’s one big problem – Saturday morning cartoons back in the day were never this well animated.
MacGruber’s long lost cousin has the incredible talent of whistling “Georgia’s on My Mind” while looking like he’s a second away from a full blown seizure. Personally, my fav part is the kid at :039.
No amount of rhinestones or glitter can save these photographic abominations.
The Occupy Wall Street movement is illustrated by design firm MK12 via the old school video game Pong. The animation opened this month’s Zero Film Festival in New York City.
The music of Catlevania was pretty amazing and still sounds just as epic today as it did in 1986. Check out this musical tribute to one of gaming’s first classics.
I’ve got a short list of requirements when selecting a dojo: badass sleeveless uniforms, borderline illegal training practices and a name that strikes fear into the heart of any opponent. A weirdo sensei constantly staring at me is not one of them. Sorry, Cobra Kai.
You may not be taking on Middle Eastern terrorists, but that’s not to say that space invaders and Pac-Man ghosts are to be taken lightly. Power up!
Video has surfaced of Midway’s video pitch to the NBA for what would later become NBA Jam. Personally, I’m a little let down the video’s main selling point wasn’t the legendary phrase, “boomshockalocka!”