We love the terrifying placement of this awesome Xenomorph sculpture at an H.R. Giger exhibition in San Sebastian, Spain back in 2009. We hope the woman in this photograph really enjoyed the show, because she might not have made it out of the museum in one piece.
"That’s it man, game over man, game over!"
Come on, guys, it really is. I’m not even talking about the ‘director’s cut’ either. The OG version is still way better than Resurrection.
A deep dive on the game mechanics of Alien:Isolation.
On Disco Demolition and Gamergate.
Wes Craven’s dry run at the meta thing.
New York City’s five boroughs first became Jeff Chen-Hsing Liao’s subjects when he moved to the U.S. from Taiwan in 1999 at the age of 22.
It was the city’s ever-changing landscape that fascinated the young photographer. “Every other week, you go to the same spot and something’s different,” Liao tells Newsweek. “New York is one of the most diverse cities—there are so many different cultures that blend into New York.”
To capture that culture, he photographed the same spot over the course of a day and combined the images.
Created and Written by Ales Kot
Illustrated by Tradd Moore
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Design by Tom Muller
Catch up on this fantastic, multi-artist, ongoing comic today. There are two collected trade paperbacks available, so snag them at your local comic shop or from another vendor of your preference:
I think this is still my favourite single issue of ZERO.
This manifesto of where Kotaku will be taking their game coverage in the future is pretty cool. More focus on games post-release and the communities that spring up around them, and less focus on endless previews and speculation.
Human noise and how it affects the biosphere of the oceans around us.
An oldie, but it’s Walter Hill. So there.
This long ass read on Mann’s Collateral is my jam. So very much.
It touches on all the things I love about this movie - the central relationship, the hyper-realism of Vincent, HD cameras and that sense of LA constantly shimmering along the dark void of the horizon.