Maybe you, I and the fish only exist in the memory of a person who is long gone. Maybe no one really exists and it’s only raining outside.
天使のたまご | Angel’s Egg
1985, dir. Mamoru Oshii
Subversive little Games Workshop, promoting their recent shift from making backgammon boards to distributing D&D in the UK, while making fun of a big company that enforces its IP rights too aggressively (tiny ad in Dragon 4, December 1976)
Jim Holloway, perhaps the most prolific artist of the early RPG era, passed away Sunday, June 28, 2020. For many years his art appeared in a large percentage of TSR’s products, including most D&D books and modules, plus adventures for Gamma World, Boot Hill, Top Secret, and others. He also contributed much of the art for Paranoia by WEG, many of FASA’s Battletech books, Iron Crown’s MERP, and more right through recent years.
My Jim Holloway tag:
Establishing Shots of Anime Homes:
Ganso Tensai Bakabon
King Arthur & The Knights of The Round Table
Attack No. 1
In the past I’ve run animal themed events at UK anime conventions. Namely “Illustrated History of Anime Penguins”, “Illustrated History of Anime Pigs”, “The Feline Fifty: Anime’s Top Cats” and “Anime Dog Poker”.
A couple of years back I joked about running an event about anime goats, labelling it G.O.A.T Anime. My feeling was there wasn’t quite enough Goats to do it, and I’d become enamoured with my “Anime Space Disco” event idea.
I still don’t know if it’s viable, but let’s start this tumblr and start documenting some goats in case I come back to it.
Midnight Crazy Trail
Rilu Rilu Fairilu ~Maho no Kagami~
39, 42, 45-49
Time Bokan 24 - The Three Villains’ Counterattack
Mr Tonegawa’s Middle Management Blues
2, 11-13, 19, 23
Xuan Yuan Sword Luminary
3, 5, 8, 10
How to Keep a Mummy