This is my favorite Kickstarter ever. It’s going to end in 48 hours and I need it to reach its goal.
Three guys, all of whom are charmingly terrible on camera, are trying to produce six mini comics.
The name Mini Comics Included refers to the old-school marketing ploy of including a mini comic in an action figure’s packaging. There’s an example of that in their video.
Fans of Community will remember the Kickpuncher mini comic that was included in the Season One DVD. Here’s a link of Dan Harmon talking about the mini comic. So if you’re a Community fan, you’re probably a mini comic fan already.
Ridiculous, pun-heavy, nostalgia-fueled joylets—or mini comics for short—featuring Prime-8s drawn by Ryan Browne, whose Gods Hate Astronauts recently funded successfully, and Literary Commandos which features a character names Marksman Twain. Not too long ago, Wil and I came up with a bunch of pun-based superheroes and one of our best was Karl MarXman, so I’m already a huge fan of Marskman Twain. In fact, I’d like to see a version of Enemy At The Gates featuring Ed Harris as Marksman Twain and Jude Law as Karl MarXman, but not even Kickstarter could make that happen.
(maybe if we did Veronica Marksman…)
Mini Comics Included, by Mike Moreci and the Brothers Seeley. Jump on it.
The best part? For $15 you get all six mini comics! That’s a no-brainer.
Okay, now that you’re all backing this project and telling your grandmothers to back this project, let’s move on to the question that’s been bothering everybody since the beginning of the Internet:
When is there going to be a Kickpuncher Kickstarter?
Give this a view.
I want to say to the director of Taken 2, “See? Even a baby can do it!”
Art by omgwerhvngafire_sale
I’ve stared at this for over 30 minutes now and I keep finding new things. Troy and Abed, Flight of the Conchords, the Three Amigos, the Duck Hunt dog, Ace Ventura, Tobias Funke, crazy Ron Swanson petting Lil Sebastian, Cyclops making eyes at Leela, Pac-Man chasing Casper and Space Ghost, all of the different Joker cosplays, He-Man singing in front of the rainbows, Deadpool chasing the magikarp, Sean Astin as Samwise Gamgee holding hands with Slaw, the Game of Thrones game, the QWOP sprinter (which counts as a Red Shirt), the Kramer painting!… there are too many wonderful things here.
He wins major points from Dog Mic for including the Jurassic Park/Dennis Nedry bit.
Just look at this clip, he’s got the poofy shirt, the Kramer painting, the Elaine dance, and naked Costanza, plus, Shaun with red on his shirt, Dennis Nedry being spit in the face by a Left 4 Dead spitter, Stephen Colbert, the Duck Hunt dog, and the Prince of the Cosmos.
Here are his comments so far from the Reddit page.
I planned out the booths first and the jokes i wanted to for them. That was followed by adding in characters that would go with the booth. Then common areas I filled in with groups of characters that didn’t need to be in booths. And then finally putting in characters I didn’t really have a joke for to fill up the rest of the space.
For the booths I used a Photoshop smart object which also included the characters that are within the booth. Characters not in booths I had them as groups of layers. There are A LOT of layers in the final PSD.
Dude, it’s so fucking awesome that you and everyone else are picking up these details. When I was close to finishing it I showed some friends and probably because it wasn’t their thing, they just didn’t spend much time looking at it as I had hoped. So to hear you guys enjoying it gives my smile a huge erection.
A simple $950,000 Kickstarter project to develop an Android-based gaming system raised $6 million.
It’s called Ouya. It’s success has landed the developer a major game: Final Fantasy III.
They encourage you to mod, hack, and root.
“Have at it: It’s easy to root (and rooting won’t void your warranty). Everything opens with standard screws. Hardware hackers can create their own peripherals, and connect via USB or Bluetooth. You want our hardware design? Let us know. We might just give it to you.”
This is a system designed by gamers, funded by gamers, and open for gamers to make games, peripherals, and as many other add-ons as they can imagine.
This sounds cool.