We've just released our latest video game parody based on the classic "Centipede" arcade game. Yes indeedy, Human Centipede: The Game has arrived! You can play it on I-Mockery or you can play it on Newgrounds where we've added achievement medals to the game for those of you with accounts on the site. Hope you enjoy the a-t-m fun! ;)
Just wanted to let you know about a special Halloween episode of Doc Mock's Movie Mausoleum taking place tonight with the one and only Keith Apicary of "Talking Classics" LIVE at 10pm PST / 1am EST!
Not only will we be watching a ridiculous video game horror movie together, but you'll have two solid hours to interact with myself and Keith LIVE on the air! You can send in your questions and comments and we'll respond to them on the show while we're watching the movie. Plus, we have some additional surprises in store for you guys tonight along with information on a Halloween art contest we're holding, so I hope you can all check it out!
Normally, anything with the word "turd" in it is something you'd want to avoid eating, but honestly, it was pretty good for a Thanksgiving dinner. Perhaps that's just because I've always found turkey to be extremely bland and would much rather just have a celebratory cheeseburger or taco come the fourth Thursday in November each year.
I've yet to try a bustergophechiduckneaealcockidgeoverwingailusharkolanbler though, and YES that is a real meal. Granted, the last person who ate that meal probably died on the spot, but it still one of those things we all need to try at least once if we want to claim that we lived life to the fullest.
This one is admittedly a bit of self-pimpage, but hey, it's topical...
So, a while back there was a comic book based on the PC game "DOOM". It was a free comic book given out at conventions, but upon reading it, you'd still feel like you got ripped off somehow. Proto has just posted his take on the entire comic book and you'll get to see some great examples of just how hilariously bad it truly is. I mean really, how can you go wrong with lines like this:
"WHO'S A MAN AND A HALF? I'M A MAN AND A HALF! BESERKER PACKIN' MAN AND A HALF!"
I'm sure many of you have heard this story before, but how many of you have seen it in the form of a comic strip? Painstakingly drawn entirely with the game "Surround" on the Atari 2600 (in the "free draw" level), my buddy Todd from Young American Comics just created this fantastic piece of work that I thought you'd like to see:
I don't know about you guys, but I plan on printing this bad boy out and tacking it up on my wall in the immediate future.