Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of video game consoles from the 8-Bit artists I follow, so I decided to try my hand with this 8-Bit NES. However, I decided to have mine actually be connected to an old, 80s television set and play a game, which is the whole purpose of the machine to begin with.
FUN FACT: I have never owned an NES, actually. Although I was of that generation, my first console was the SNES. VIDYA GAMES!
A highly requested piece, here is 8-Bit Fraggle Rock! Despite the absolute saturation of The Muppets and Sesame Street during the 80s, somehow the Fraggles are more sentimental. I don’t know why.
ALSO, these Fraggles are proportionately correct, based on this original concept sketch I had access to, and took a photo of a couple of years ago!
One of my Top 10 RiffTrax is now available on DVD. THE GUY FROM HARLEM! If you haven’t seen this cat (SPOILER ALERT!) he’s a bad dude! Pick up the DVD at RiffTrax.com!
We are less than a day away from WrestleMania 30! Here is a selection of my personal favourites from last month’s WrestleMania Project, all in chronological order!
Enjoy WrestleMania 30, everyone!
You know, professional wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation has been on my mind since Wrestlemania this past weekend more than it has been in a really long time. I really feel like the awesomeness of the event has awakened the long lost wrestling fan that had retreated inside me for several years. I’m reminded of all the reasons I was ever even a wrestling fan to begin with, the uniqueness of the medium and the standard of excellence it promotes. I daresay that it is one of the most underrated, misunderstood and utterly awesome art forms in all of history. It knows no cultural, national or racial boundary. It does not discriminate between the casual fan and the hardcore fan. It inspires those who love it to be better than they are. That’s what WrestleMania 30 represents and made me remember.
8-Bit Ultimate Warrior, circa WrestleMania VI
WrestleMania 30 was the best WrestleMania ever.
This is a variation of the SMB/RiffTrax fan art with a much cleaner background than the original I made earlier, and amazingly it is MORE true to the source material than the actual movie. Pick up the Super Mario Bros. RiffTrax VOD Here!
TODAY IS A SUPER DAY! Get the riff of Super Mario Bros. at RiffTrax.com!
8-Bit ANIMATED Daniel Bryan!