1. If Terry Pratchett has taught me anything, it’s that the best parodies and subversion stories come from people who understand, respect and love the genre they’re trying to subvert or parody.

  2. The Golden Key (1939) has an absolutely impressive mixture of live action with stop motion, along with puppets, actors in masks/costumes and forced perspective shots.

  3. The real question, why are people even trying to open coal mines? The entire industry needs to die

  4. And not just any old coal mine, but a coal mine next to the Great Barrier Reef.

  5. Abe’s Oddysee and Abe’s Exoddus are some of the more highly rated games, so either one would be a good place to start. New N Tasty is a decent alternative if you don’t have a console with the og Abe’s Oddysee, since it has ports on basically every console under the sun including switch and iOS/android.

  6. What do you mean by ports? Don't know that term for gaming. Just means it is offered on any system?

  7. Yeah, it’s just a fancy word for near identical version of a game available on a different console to the one it was made for first.

  8. I was scrolling through tumblr looking for fanart of hypno from Pokémon and came across this piece. It was on

  9. That’s crazy, because this actually happened in real life. There was a documentary (unsure if it’s still available on Netflix), but it was called Evil genius: the true story of America’s most diabolical bank heist.

  10. Oh yeah! I remember watching the trailer for that. Though, the first time I read the premise for Abruptio, my mind immediately went to Suicide Squad and that one episode of Black Mirror. I wonder if this case was an influence on either of those. Particularly the Black Mirror episode.

  11. In the old quintology (Abe’s oddysee, Exoddus and munchs oddysee) Abe was said to be 15 years old (the rough lifespan of mudokons then was said to be about 40).

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