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Pulp Corner: Astor Alexander’s Nintendo Pulp Art

By combining two of my favorite things artist Astor Alexander’s work has zoomed to the top of my holiday wish list. I’m a big fan of the art of the Nintendo era, but I’m enamored with all things film noir and pulp especially the design specifics. So when I stumbled across these three prints it was a slam dunk for me. I really wish these were legitimate books…

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You can purchase these as prints here and if you’re interested in following Alexander’s work or seeing more of it, check it out.

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Evil Geeks Women’s History Month Warriors Podcast Special: An Interview with Voice Actress Jen Taylor

transmissions-header-10-7We’re in the midst of our Evil Geeks Women’s History Month Warriors celebration and what better way to celebrate than with an interview with the woman behind such iconic video game characters as Princess Peach in several different Mario games, as well as Cortana from HALO! C-Mart and Undies of Wondy got the chance to interview her recently at Genericon in Troy, NY. Hope you enjoy it!

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