As the kind of person who seemingly keeps trying to find the pulse of pop culture rectally, I sometimes miss really cool things. Take Nathan Jurevicius' Scarygirl comic, which has built up a huge fan base over the last ten years. It's gone from humble web roots to include a graphic novel, a critically-acclaimed browser game with plans for an upcoming feature film. And nobody told me. Thanks, bastards.
Next week, Scarygirl takes another big step as she comes to PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. Based on the graphic novel and developed by Tik Games, it's a platform game in which Scarygirl seeks to learn why she has nightmares of an old man's face.... read more