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The spaceport's trader, or rather the lifeless unblinking eye of a terminal that passes for one, is offering twice the going rate for Gravitino Balls. This doesn't do me much good, seeing as how I've been through a dozen ...

Finding My Sky

Games

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Some quick airport doodles with my new iPad pro and ...

New toys

Uncategorized

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Its been a while, huh? We haven't had much time for posting lately. (Eric's gainfully employed thankyouverymuch.) But we'd like to get back into it! So we are tackling The Sculptor by pioneering comics scholar Scott ...

Scheme Team Review: The Sculptor

Comics, Review, Scheme Team

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Comics? Comics! There have been a bunch of #1 issues hitting Submit lately, so I'll do what I do and tell you which indie series are worth keeping an eye on.   The Moses Militia, #1: Top-secret supernatural ...

Comixology Submit Roundup – May 7, 2014

Comics, Review

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The Scheme Hatchery is a strange beast. Andy and I originally created it as a sort of home base of operations for our work on Gemini and whatever else we came up with (such as the pseudo-weekly Mercy's Shadow). It also ...

Talkin’ Games at the Hatchery

Games

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With the recent announcement that Sony will be producing television for the Playstation, we'll take a look at the comic that inspired it. Powers  is written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by Michael Oeming. This review ...

Scheme Team Review: Powers

Comics, Review, Scheme Team

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Run, dash, leap, climb, boost, dodge, shoot, die. So goes a few seconds in the world of Cloudbuilt, a brutally unforgiving, lightning-fast parkour-em-up set amongst the skies, skies which are filled with angry robots looking ...

Review – Cloudbuilt

Games, Review

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That's right, the Roundup is back. Let's do what we do best: grab a handful of books from the Comixology Submit indie store and hope for the best. The Ultimate 7, #1: During the cretaceous period, resource-hungry aliens ...

Comixology Submit Roundup – March 5, 2014

Comics, Review

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Equal parts charming, frustrating, and novel, Octodad makes for a worthwhile if uneven experience. Nobody suspects a thing. At least that's what the theme song to Octodad: Dadliest Catch would have us believe. Exactly ...

Review – Octodad: Dadliest Catch

Games, Review

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Ah, 2013. You had PC games. Turns out I played some of them. Join me as I look back at the best and the worst in this, our first ever Hatchy awards spectacular! Let's open up with the games that didn't quite make the grade ...

The 2013 Hatchies: PC Games

Games

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Been working on some full value pieces. Classic black and white headshots are terrific for this. Point if you can guess the ...

Glam

Art

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Welp, its time to review Issue 3 of Pretty Deadly. We were on the fence, so its time to see if we can come down. Andy: Whereas last issue we got frustrated by the big action sequences obscuring any plot or character ...

Scheme Team Review: Pretty Deadly, Issue 3

Comics, Review, Scheme Team

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