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August 1st, 2011 I have this problem with a lot of DS games that expect you to write an essay or draw a masterpiece in order to remember information you need for a puzzle, or (in Professor Layton's case) to complete a simple algebra problem. My rail maps eventually became very, very cluttered with "information".
Though it is very well done, this comic is also wrong and westernized.
06 august 2011 Classified in : Graphic Novels Hi , here is a first comics I did to illustrate a short story on the french website 'VDM' http://www.viedemerde.fr/inclassable/5246154 .
In the Beginning was the Command Line by Neal Stephenson About twenty years ago Jobs and Wozniak, the founders of Apple, came up with the very strange idea of selling information processing machines for use in the home. The business took off, and its founders made a lot of money and received the credit they deserved for being daring visionaries. But around the same time, Bill Gates and Paul Allen came up with an idea even stranger and more fantastical: selling computer operating systems . This was much weirder than the idea of Jobs and Wozniak.
Marvel fans are certainly familiar with the publisher's consistently clever variant cover initiatives, ranging from the "I Am Captain America" theme from last summer to this month's Venom-themed covers. This time around, Marvel is tackling art history, offering variant covers in the styles of artists like Monet, Picasso, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Pollock and the rest of the syllabus from Art History 101.