Music/lifestyle apparel brand Rocksmith is at again with a new collaboration with iconic streetwear brand Diamond Supply Co. with the Superior Sight & Sound mini-capsule collection. The theme and concept for this collection is the ’90s era mixtape cassette. Remember that?
One of the most popular characters in the Star Wars universe is the bounty hunter Boba Fett. This exclusive Disney Store Boba Fett action figure stands 13.5″ tall with light-up blaster and sounds. The action figure has several points of articulation and the chest-activated button features 15 Boba Fett phrases.
Not only is Shenzhen, China known for manufacturing and pirating, well, in small area of Shenzhen, Da Fen is where most of the world’s oil paintings are being produced. Replica’s of Van Goghs, Monets and Picassos are exported from Da Fen. BBC News takes at look the mass oil painting production and it’s impact within Shenzhen. Well, next time, I’m in Hong Kong, I’ll make a stop over to Da Fen.
We are once again at the invite-only opening of Twin Galaxies and catch-up with the voice actor Michael T. Coleman. Who is he? Well, he was the voice-actor for “Cody” in Capcom’s Street Fighter series.
If you’re a fan of the Call of Duty franchise, you’re probably familiar with these two names: Mark Rubin and Robert Bowling. While at the invite-only Twin Galaxies event, the Ramen crew interviews the two key players. The guys talk about their time at Infinity Ward, their work on Call of Duty, indie game development versus big corporate game development and games they are currently playing.
The Ramen crew was recently at the invite-only Grand Opening of Twin Galaxies in Banning, CA. Host Eddie Ballar grabs some interviews with 3-time NBA champion/LA Laker Rick Fox and his buddy Jace Hall of Twin Galaxies.
In the age of digital downloads and streaming music, who goes to the record stores and buys the physical copy? Well, if you’re an old-school fanboy like me, this is one CD you should definitely buy, The Transformers: The Movie Original Motion Picture Score by Vince DiCola. Let’s not mistake these soundtrack CDs for the Michael Bay live-action crap, this is the 1986 animated Transformers flick. Yes, you should be aware The Transformers: The Movie CD which came out in 1986, but that CD featured all the pop songs like “The Touch” & “Dare” and only a couple of score tracks. This release features 25 tracks of music score from the movie.
The Ramen crew took a midnight trip down the I-5 from the Bay Area to SoCal, more precisley, Banning, CA for the invite-only opening of the iconic arcade store Twin Galaxies. The guys played some pinball, some Mortal Kombat and also got some cool nerdy interviews. Here’s a recap of the event!
Finally, another episode of Tuner Club! This show takes a look at tuning house Wacky Mate in Japan and their very own 1993 Nissan Skyline R32. The 800hp beast was built for grip driving and time attacks. The R32 has been heavily modified and tuned.
The Type R badge returns. The UK/Euro-Spec Honda Civic 4-door sedan that gets the special treatment. Wild and outrageous aero parts and rear spoiler looks to make a statement. Xcar Films takes a look and reviews this pocket rocket.
This is one bad@$$ concept car by SRT. Fiat/SRT takes a jump into the future of what a SRT hyper-car would look like in 2035. And you’ll have to wear a G-suit to drive this car because of the 2,590 horses and top speed of 371. This is the SRT Tomahawk Vision for Gran Turismo 6.
Just dropping into clothing racks and shelves now is the Rocksmith Summer 2015 Collection. Music/lifestyle apparel brand Rocksmith’s theme for the summer is future/retro mixing fabrics and using popular colors from sneakers to rep their summer collection. If you’re looking for something to rock this summer like graphic tees, hats and shorts, take a look at Rocksmith.
Before I get down to reviewing Titan Book’s The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road, I’ve watched Mad Max: Fury Road twice already. I was a little cynical at first, when I heard the news that creator/director George Miller was going to re-make Mad Max, when his 1979 Mad Max film starring Mel Gibson was already a masterpiece. So, as I sat in the multiplex dreading it would not be a Kevin Costner “Waterworld”, the movie came on-screen and within a few minutes I was blown away by not just the action and acting, but Miller’s incredible cinematography, the colors and the amazing world-building. Now to the meat of this article, taking a look at Titan Book’s The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road by Abbie Bernstein with a Foreward by the man himself, the master George Miller.
NYC-based Boundless Brooklyn known for it’s cardboard DIY lifeguard towers, water towers and billboard sign kits has teamed up with SoCal apparel brand Outre for the Art on Guard exhibit. The event held at toy art shop/gallery Woot Bear in SF had over 40-plus artists customizing their own Lifeguard Towers.
Baywatch with David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson … well not really. If you’ve been to the beach for a swim, you usually see a lifeguard tower, well this gallery event is Art on Guard, a show of artists building miniature scale Lifeguard Towers. This will be the first show of its kind on the West Coast and it will be held tonight at Woot Bear in San Francisco, CA. Our Retrenders team will be filming the event, so look for our video on our Retrenders’ YouTube channel soon!
If you’ve into watching dance videos on YouTube or VIMEO, then you’ve probably watched a dance video filmed by YAKfilms. Yoram Savion and Kash Gaines were Internet video guys, who were also fans of dancing founded YAKfilms in 2008 at the Youth Uprising Community Center in East Oakland. They’ve created a popular dance channel on YouTube and started not only a national movement, but a global dance phenomenon called “Turfing.”
Now the Internet duo film dance videos around the world and here’s the latest from Japan using a camera drone to film this in one-shot. Dope jam!
If you’re a fan of Capcom’s Devil May Cry series, you might want to pick up this 7″ Ulitmate Dante action figure. And if you’re on a budget, this figure is around $30.00 bucks. The 7″ Ultimate Dante does have a limited production run from NECA.
Once again it’s Big Wow! Comicfest and our Ramen crew talks to their favorite inker Mick Gray. Mick teases us about his latest work on Son of Batman and the character of Damian Wayne. And more importantly, he discusses the Hero Initiative.