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It’s Outbreak Day! For fans of the The Last of Us, September 26th is more than just the day the Cordyceps virus reached critical mass. It’s an annual celebration featuring deals on the game, DLC, and merch, as well as the debut of new collectibles, and more. We’re huge fans of The Last of Us and are thrilled to team up with the folks at Naughty Dog for a second time to create a limited edition poster inspired by the game.
Illustrated by Kevin Tong and developed in close collaboration with the studio, this incredible design is part of a small volume production and each will be individually hand numbered and signed by the artist.
The limited edition poster will be available here today, Monday, September 26, at 12PM CST.

I have stared at this poster for about half an hour, trying to figure out what the hell is going on. Specifically, trying to figure out what the hell is about to happen. I still have no idea. Is Dale Ellis going to use that basketball to kill that man holding a newspaper with Ellis’ own name on it? I’ve even tried closing my eyes to imagine myself in Ellis’ position to figure out what I would do if I were a super tall guy in a trench coat and sweats with fingerless gloves requesting silence as I plot nefarious deeds against a man whose testicles are about to drop out of his shorts. I Quantum Leapt myself into the universe of this poster, and all I did was yell, “Hey asshole!” and then attempt to hit the guy with the ball, but forgot to open the window, so the ball smashed through the glass and landed about eight feet away from ball shorts, and I ran away in shame.

I still don’t know what the hell is happening in this poster.

A Brief Look At The Batsh!t Insanity Of 1980s Sports Posters

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I LOVE THEM ALL OK

SO MUCH

Oh boy

Oh boy

I completely trust that Watanuki will make the choice to forgive Doumeki because of reasons but EVEN SO. 

THE TENSION. 

T H E T E N S I O N

THERE IT IS

I love these dorks. 

So much. 

i need more vlad plasmius showing off his fangs, licking his chompers with his forked tongue, eyes glowing red like the blood they use for hollywood films, skin a shade of the most beautiful blue, claws sharpen to perfection, and his hair shaped in that devil horn silhouette that i both hate and love

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I was recently commissioned by Soho Press to make a propaganda-style illustrated poster promoting author Robert Repino’s book Culdesac. Culdesac is the sequel to his first book Mort(e), an award-winning series about a post-apocalyptic world where sentient animals have been driven to wipe out mankind under the guidance of a species of hyper-intelligent ants. Trust me, it’s worth a read. Look for Culdesac in stores this November!

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America’s Greatest Teen Age Recording Stars, 1958 by Paul Malon