Friday, September 25, 2015

Link Round-Up: September 25, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Chris Ables

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" by Chris Ables

The Battle Over The Worst Movie Ever - Just who has the rights to Manos: The Hands of FateMST3K had an episode devoted to this film. Well worth finding if you can.

Check out Kim Jung Gi doing a quick sketch - most impressive.

Dreadpunk feels like a perfectly natural term for the recent trend in Gothic-inspired horror and fantasy. Typified by the popular series Penny Dreadful, the word implies a subversive take on fog-drenched Victoriana, tales of the supernatural mixed with late 19th-century aesthetics, and the recent wave of Gothic horror like The Woman In Black and Crimson Peak.

The Glowforge 3d laser printer "The Glowforge simplifies laser cutting by moving software to the cloud and making use of smartphone sensors. "

McKenzie Wark on the work of Hiroki Azuma: Otaku philosophy

NAPSA, the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art, are offering a service that Preserves skin art after death.  That's right, you can now have your tattoos removed from your dead body to last forever.  The process is open to only members - 18 years old and up - of the nonprofit association, who pay an initial fee in addition to yearly dues.  Vice: "'How are you going to deal with the discoloration and fading that can occur as tattoos age? Does your process restore them?' 'We didn't expect this to happen, but when you remove layers of skin, the ink pops out more, so it looks better and much brighter. It's a phenomenal byproduct.'"

The Simpsons title credits sequence is one of the most delightfully surreal animations in recent history. But when Yoann Hervo recorded it to VHS back in the 90's he must have turned the surreality setting up to 11.

The ultimate anime recommendation flowchart

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