How Much Is that Doggie ( or carafe) In the Window? - Dr. Homburg, I'm not a new collector ( over 5 years now), however, when I see something like the attached offering of Blenko. I wonder if what I'm collec...
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Recently I received the first issue of Kill Screen, a new magazine about video games that had a short feature on the Autumn Society show 8 Bit and Beyond. They used my Mario piece for the article, which you can see in the lower right corner of the image above (and a larger version here.)
Of course I was excited to be included in this volume, but once I started reading it I found that it was no ordinary video game magazine. Some game magazines claim to be aimed at the now adult-age video game demographic, but this one actually hits the mark. No reviews, no features on upcoming games, no wacky cheats and codes, just intellectually stimulating video game articles (and a lot of cool art.) It's not like anything I've ever read before, so I hope people check it out, and I am especially proud to have been included in it.
Posted by Glen at 9:31 AM