Wednesday, July 30, 2008

link, link, link, link, and another link

Steampunk Star Wars Custom Figures - In addition to the cool figures, I kinda dig the font used for the words "Star Wars".

Malcadon's deviantART gallery - One of the artists for Mutant Future. Some NSFW pics.

Manifesto for a New Literary Movement in Speculative Fiction

M.U.S.C.L.E. Archive - I had a crapload of these as a kid. They'd make good minis for Encounter Critical. #153 was always my favorite.

The Dungeon Masters Creed

9 comments:

  1. That's what's missing from the latest bit of fiction I've been writing...space princesses! I just couldn't put my finger on it.

    Thanks for that link in particular.

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  2. Those Steampunk Star Wars minis are amazing!

    Thanks for the inspiring link!

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  3. And thank you as well for the blast from the past with the M.U.S.C.L.E.s! Holy crap!

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  4. Dude, Vader is awesome. Han looked a little generic....
    HellO Princess!

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  5. Malcadon4:50 PM

    Thanks for posting the links! Steampunk Star Wars looks awesome! The M.U.S.C.L.E. Archive takes me back, way back! The DMs Creed really speaks to me.

    I think the manifesto could have used more ninja pirate mutant cyborg zombie dinosaurs, and of course, more space princesses in sexy mid-drifts. ;)

    Oh, and thanks for posting my art gallery.

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  6. Eeek. That "Dungeon Master's Manifesto" gives me the heebies :)

    My own version:

    We, the undersigned, demand:

    1. Whatever rocks. Even if it rocks in a way that I wouldn't expect something to rock. Even if it rocks by doing something I've disliked up until the moment it finally finds a way to rock.

    Signed, me.

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  7. And on that "Star Wars" font: am I imagining things or is that a "Dark Crystal" style logo-font?

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  8. Ah! I think you've put your finger on it!

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  9. Anonymous5:51 AM

    The M.U.S.C.L.E. guys I loved the best (I used them the same way you did, Jeff) were the Incan / Mayan inspired ones. These were fantastic!

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