I found my Disney Infinity stuff a couple nights ago and showed it to Hank. Watching his eyes grow wide when he saw the toys on the base come alive on the screen was amazing. The tech is awesome, shame Disney couldn’t make it work.
100-page Catwoman book with star-studded creator lineup coming in April
The Catwoman book (full title being the Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1) is due April 15, with the publisher describing it as “a landmark one-shot.”
The creators involved are certainly worthy of such a designation. The cover will be done by Joelle Jones, who is the regular Catwoman writer/artist. Inside the book, readers will find work from Ed Brubaker, Cameron Stewart, Paul Dini, Ann Nocenti, Adam Hughes, Tom King, Mikel Janín, Mindy Newell, Will Pfeifer, and Emanuela Lupacchino, as well as pinups by Steve Rude, Tula Lotay, Jim Balent, and more.
The teams on this book are unreal. It’s great seeing Ed Brubaker and Paul Dini back writing a DC story and I’m excited to see so many of my favourite artists like Adam Hughes, Emanuela Lupacchino, Frank Cho, and Tula Lotay involved in it.
Cameron Stewart’s shown off some of his art for his story with Ed Brubaker and it looks really good. I can’t wait to read this.
2020 has been pretty rough so far. There are a lot of big changes going on at work and I’ve been in a bit of a weird headspace since the beginning of the week. On the plus side, I’ve updated my portfolio and I’m inching closer to freelancing.
EA adding tiny house lots, furniture, more to The Sims 4
Downsize your Sims’ dwellings with this brand-new, never-before-created residential lot that provides fun-sized challenges and unique benefits to your Sims when they meet the tiny home requirements.
Customize your Sims’ tiny homes with space-saving combo objects like the all-in-one Stereo, TV, and Bookshelf, and sleek furniture with a pop of color.
The designer in me has always appreciated the consideration and efficiency required when building a tiny home. Every inch of the space is so important in ensuring that the house has everything you need in it and nothing you don’t.
Since I’m nowhere near brave enough to own one in real life, I’m going to grab this update when it’s available later this month. It’ll be fun to get back into the game after years of living through my wife’s playthroughs.
Art by Warren Louw
I’d been meaning to build a dedicated page for keeping track of my comic subscriptions and finally got around to doing it earlier this week. Updating it is a more manual process than I’d like but it’s manageable.
I finally watched Joker yesterday and really enjoyed it. I was a little worried as we learned more about Arthur’s backstory but blurring reality with his own distorted version of it made it hard to tell what his actual origin really was, as it should be.
Art by Stanley ‘Artgerm’ Lau
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