wolfen

diner video games
  • Grand Slam Theft Auto
  • Souper Hash Browns Melee
  • Batpan: Ark-Ham City
  • Meat Fighter
  • Mortal Omelette
  • Egga Man 3
  • Picklemin
  • Bioshake
  • Call of Duty: Toasts
  • Cup of Coffee: Black Ops
  • Stackman
  • Ms. Stackman
  • Donkey Kong Country Fried Steak
  • Wolfen-dine
  • SausAge of Empires
  • Pokemon Silverware
  • Pokemon Blueberries
  • Residenny’s Evil
  • Need for Feed
  • Brocc Band
  • Guitar Gyro
  • Excitebite
  • GoldenPie
  • Metroid Prime Rib
  • Far Fry
  • BaContra
  • Metal Gear Salad
  • Harvest Moons Over My Hammy
  • Half & Half Life

Direct sequel (by 15 years or so) to http://big-wolfen.tumblr.com/post/138313900569/a-tubby-young-goodra-kid-watching-his-favorite  , the tubby goodra grown up, still loving anime.

Ok but seriously (again), I’m heavily inspired by http://salacune.tumblr.com/ and his plethora of pudgy pictures. (GO TO HIM AND FOLLOW HIM FOR AMAZINGNESS) and somewhere along the way, he mentioned that one of his favorite pokemon is Goodra! I personally like Goodra the most because they’re an incredibly unique dragon. Seriously, they start out as a slug-thing, then turn into a tall snail, and then the most adorable dragon ever!!!

And so, this guy was made! the previous pic being like a five year old version, now he’s like 20!

I made this just for Salacune ;w; but i can’t submit artwork to him directly. So, this’ll be the next best thing. Thank you for inspiring me Salacune!!!!

Tom Waits in “Wolfen” (1981)

The scariest thing about this werewolf flick is how it makes the early-Eighties South Bronx look like an industrial wasteland in the vein of Kurt Vonnegut’s bombed-out post-war Dresden. Sure, the “werewolves” who inhabit this wasteland look more like beautifully groomed huskies and the shape-shifting Native American storyline is a fanciful stretch, but this beautifully photographed, well-acted horror film also had a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo by Tom Waits, the boozy bard performing his Small Change track “Jitterbug Boy” in a smoky bar. Waits’ uncredited role was subsequently edited out of all video and DVD releases due to rights issues, but thankfully the scene survives on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3h6x8G1UUU

source: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/rockers-20-best-appearances-in-eighties-horror-movies-20141031/tom-waits-wolfen-1981-20141031