Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright concept art, showing the characters in the styles of each others’ games. And Layton as a robot for some reason. These images were released as gallery DLC for the 3DS game.
I like how Layton gets super manly and/or robotic, and Luke just looks the same. Lukes gonna luke.
BUY Professor Layton & the Miracle Mask
7:41 pm • 19 December 2012 • 589 notes
Captain Satan, King of Detective, pulp magazine (1938)
Source: Paul Malon
CAPTAIN SATAN. WAT.
WANT! NOT WAT!
2:26 am • 17 December 2012 • 436 notes
Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro artbook, 1999.
I love this movie with all my heart, but it kinda bugs me how Fujiko is blond in it for no discernible reason.
Also, fuck the 2nd DVD release where they turned the beautiful opening credits sequence into stills. Is there another release that rectifies this?
4:20 am • 13 December 2012 • 300 notes
Here’s one last Nester comic to close out Nintendo Power, which is shipping its last issue this month. Artist Bill Mudron killed it here (the comic, not the actual magazine).
I love that Nester framed and hung his mentor’s bowtie in his Nintendo room. Make sure to go out and buy the last issue for more nostalgia from the publication’s 24-year run.
SEE ALSO Upcoming game release dates
VIA Painted Pixels
5:34 am • 12 December 2012 • 1,857 notes
Raised by Nintendo handhelds. This is what we’re about. Credit to illustrator/comic maker Afonso Ferreira for capturing the portable gamer’s life growing up (and Mario’s increasing annoyance as the years go by).
BUY Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL consoles, Upcoming game release dates
2:18 pm • 11 December 2012 • 14,825 notes
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess concept art (character design).
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development and published by Nintendo for the GameCube and Wii, was released on November 19, 2006, in North America, and in December 2006 in Japan, Europe, and Australia. (wikipedia)
1:39 pm • 10 December 2012 • 1,405 notes