Here’s something to delight Disney dorks and NES nerds…
Posted: November 30th, 2011 under Uncategorized.
Tags: 90s cartoons, Capcom, Chip and Dale, Disney Afternoon, Disney Afternoon Avenue, Disney animation, Disney television, Gummi Bears, NES, Nintendo, Resuce Rangers, TaleSpin
The 20th anniversary celebration of The Rocketeer continues with a look at the Nintendo games and a rather incredible fan film…
Posted: June 28th, 2011 under Uncategorized.
Tags: 3D animation, Capcom, censorship, computer animation, Disney, Disney Afternoon, Ducktales, fan animation, fan art, NES, Pixar, Rocketeer, Rocketeer 20th anniversary, Rocketeer cartoon, SNES, The Rocketeer, Walt Disney
After years of pained curiosity, I’ve wrapped up a personal enigma for good…
Posted: March 31st, 2011 under Uncategorized.
Tags: Capcom, Carl Barks, Disney, Disney Afternoon, Disney DuckTales, Disney television, Disney TV, Disney video game, Disney's Ducktales, Ducktales, DuckTales Moon, Launchpad McQuack, NES, Nintendo, Scrooge McDuck, The Moon, videogames
A brilliant, feasible idea from deviantartist C-Clancy! See the whole mock up bigger than life below…
Posted: March 11th, 2011 under Uncategorized.
Tags: Beast, Buena Vista, Capcom, Disney, Disney video game, marvel, Marvel vs Capcom, Mega Man, Mickey Mouse, Street Fighter, Tarzan, The Incredibles, The Lion King
If you’re as ass deep into Marvel vs Capcom 3 as I am, these animated mash-ups, featuring the worst of everything animation has to offer, will make you laugh until your eyes bleed.
Posted: March 8th, 2011 under Uncategorized.
Tags: Capcom, Capcom animation, Capcom cartoon, Marvel animation, Spider-man, Spider-Man cartoon, Spider-man fails, Spider-man stupidity, spiderman, spiderman animation, Street Fighter, Street Fighter 2 animation, Street Fighter Code of Honor DVD, Street Fighter II cartoon, Street Fighter Soul Powers DVD, Street Fighter stupidity, the switcher, theswitcher
Don’t pretend you ain’t jealous! Above you’ll see one of my favorite random thingys in the game: A decaying copy of Capcom’s 1988 abomination, Mickey Mousecapade lining the ground of the Mickey Junk Mountain level, along with several billion other discarded pieces of Mouse-related merch.