April 1st, 2013
The serial killer known only as Guffaw.
Sega's Quartet in scratch-made sprite form.

Because, honestly, the biggest April Fool’s prank I could pull would be to have a real update. Playing catch-up from February, Edgar, from Sega’s game Quartet, is finally added to the galleries here. The line art is of Guffaw, a villain from, well, that project I keep annoying you about. There’s a horror-based corner to the world this project takes place in and he’s just one of the many monsters and sick freaks you’ll find there.

ScrollBoss has been much more busy lately and I’ll be setting up gallery pages for those sprites, mainly the G.I.JOE and Cobra sprites, very soon. I just had to bulk the GFX Generators a bit because I have to get back to work on both the new site and getting this one active again.

Tabletop gaming and RPG fans in Ohio and Pennsylvania should consider checking out the NCG Penn-Ohio Spring Fling Game Expo on Saturday, April 13th. You’ll also find a lot of great artists there setting up tables, so go if you want to get some excellent art prints. As a side note, I’ll be there, peddling my low-rent scribbles for Lego and Peanut Butter M&M money, but don’t let that stop you from being there!

2 Responses to “It’s not a Trick or Treat and it’s not an April Fool”

  1. I considered doing an April Fool’s update on my MUGEN blog, but I had the same thought you shared: a real update would be more of a surprise at this point than anything else I tried, and even then, I wasn’t sure people would actually believe it. Sigh.

    So have you actually seen the new Joe movie yet? Better than the first?

  2. It still would’ve been fun to see you make an update like that, though!

    I still haven’t seen it, but I’ve heard nothing but good comments about it from both Joe fans and non-Joe fans. Consensus says it’s better than the first because someone actually tried to make a G.I.JOE movie this time and it’s just a fun action movie. I’m glad the movie is doing well in theaters and I’ll be getting the DVD. I still think the first Joe movie is better than the two Transformers live-action movies I’ve seen.

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