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About scb1553

I am currently a Graphic Design student studying at ULL. The point of this blog is to examine design decisions of things I like.

Character Design: Prophet

Since I explained the history behind the relaunch of  Glory, I want to discuss the character redesign for the other relaunched Extreme book, Prophet. Behold, the Prophet of the 90’s! Every design cliché of the period is represented here.  Huge … Continue reading

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Character Design: Glory

This is Glory in the 90’s.   If your familiar with the 90’s era super hero comics, you recognize the tropes. The Liefeldian (more on that later) proportions, the ugly costume, the fact that her legs can’t possibly work and … Continue reading

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Fighting the menus in Lost Planet 2

I like Lost Planet 2 quite, a bit, I just wish it wasn’t so terrible.Lost Planet 2 was released by Capcom in 2010, and was a radical departure from its predecessor. Instead of focusing on single player campaign, LP2 was … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the design of Abe Sapien

  Hellboy is a comic and character created, owned, written and the originally illustrated by Mike Mignola and distributed through the company Darkhorse. The book revolves around the titular Hellboy, a demon summoned by the mad monk Rasputin for the … Continue reading

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The Role of the Player in Deadly Premonition

In Deadly Premonition you play as the voices inside of a man’s head. Created by the Japanese game developer Access Games, Deadly Premonition was officially revealed in 2007at the Tokyo Games Show. After significant delays, Ignition Games distributed the game … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. After you read this, you should delete and write your own post, with a new title above. Or hit Add New on the left (of the admin dashboard) to start a fresh post. Here are some suggestions … Continue reading

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