squidtree:

Winsor McCay-little nemo in slumberland

I picked up Little Nemo: The Dream Master for the NES at the Fremont Vintage Mall the other day. This is a severely underrated game! It’s charming, tight, imaginative, and it’s got that fucking killer late-eighties Capcom music (think Mega Man II or Duck Tales).

It’s also reintroducing me to the wonderful art of Winsor McCay, who published the original Little Nemo comic strips in the early years of the twentieth century. Cool stuff.

ultraheartcombo:

composite post: the About Ducks comic
ultraheartcombo:

composite post: the About Ducks comic
ultraheartcombo:

composite post: the About Ducks comic
ultraheartcombo:

composite post: the About Ducks comic
Fall is coming and I am excited.
“Plot and structure were never my strong suit.”
— Charles Baxter, delivering a lecture on plot at Hugo House

nesquotes:

Metal Gear (Konami, 1988)

Me after work today.

sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius? sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius? sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius? sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius? sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius? sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius?

sickhumor:

Kanye quotes. Never knew he was a genius?

(via salvatore-pane)

Is there anything sadder than a middle-aged man watching anime on his phone on public transit?

The second Denis Johnson book I’ve read, after Train Dreams, which I found pretty underwhelming. Jesus’ Son was overwhelming in pretty much every way. He’s so good at blowing up moments in his stories into these strange, really wonderful lyrical things without sacrificing accessibility or narrative tone. What a boss.