Not Really News from Not News Guys…
G’morning El Moochadores! It’s weird, but the toughest part of my day is keeping up a commitment to this post. I don’t have to do this, but I do. Weird… Anyways, in today’s Morning Moo there’s a new Kickstarter, Art Show info, and one of the coolest things I’ve seen all day (it’s 9:06 am). Keen.
New Kickstarter for Adventures of the 19XX Graphic Novel, SHINING SKULL: 1936
The Adventures of the 19XX series takes place in the 1930s and is about a group trying to prevent World War II. After seeing terrible glimpses of the future, they know the war is coming. Along the way, they gather machines, magical ancient relics, and powerful people to help them in their cause. Another group, the Order of the Black Faun, battles the 19XX at every turn to further their own goal of ushering in a dark new world order with the beginning of a second Great War.
This is the last book in the trilogy and takes place in 1937 – 39. According to the Kickstarter page, each book is it’s own “self contained” adventure, so readers can totally enjoy this one, before getting the first two. So, go check out the Kicstarter, and watch the promo below. The art and story look fantastic, and we really hope this project succeeds!
Cute Enemies Art Show!
Via Geek Art: Coming soon to Leanna Lin’s Wonderland Gallery is an adorable art show, Cute Enemies. Going on, until Feb. 22nd, you can check out all your favorite villains, who look just so damn… cute! Check out some samples below, and prints of the art can be bought on the gallery’s online store!
SDF-1 and Breetai’s Battle Cruiser!!!
Via Macrossworld.com: Ye Gods, I love me some Robotech! Okay, so Macrossworld contributor, cool8or probably was representing Macross when he posted them, but to me it’s all Robotech. Anyways, check out these incredible 1/8000 scale painted resin kits of the SDF-1 and Br… wait, did they call him Breetai in Macross? Well, the enemy battle cruiser! According to the post the models were painted with “Molotow Paints, wich are spray cans used for Graffittis.”
Okay El Moochadores, I am now very late for work, but it was worth it! Plus, I hate my job. I’ll try and get more post on later today, or maybe a good nap… I don’t know, we’ll see which way the wind blows on that one.