Shades of Azeroth
I may not be into Warcraft as much as the rest of Blizzard’s franchises, but damn does this piece by Sang Han (a.k.a. fluxen) look nice. It took second place at the art contest this past weekend at Blizzcon.
Cheer the Fear Away
David.O (a.k.a. Sem) keeps the love going for Grasshopper Manufacture with this illustration of Juliet Starling from the upcoming over the top horror romp, Lollipop Chainsaw.
Welcome the spooky month of October with this paper art of the various ghost type Pokémon by Botjira.
Alvin, Mira, and Jude from Tales of Xillia strike a pose in this illustration by You Kazakami. With the game’s critical and commercial success in Japan, there may be a possibility of localization if there’s enough fan interest in other markets. Come on, Namco Bandai. If Atlus can do it with their titles, you can too.
Whatever It Takes
The Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Dual Pack is now available on PS3. Have you gotten your copy yet? Perhaps this commissioned piece by MetalHanzo will help convince you to own two of the greatest games from the previous console generation.
Won’t Someone Please Think of the Children?
This collage of Loz, Yuffie, Reno, Cloud, and Tifa from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children comes from Vhazic. Following Square Enix’s announcement of the Final Fantasy X HD remake, I’m sure there were plenty of groans complaining about how they picked the wrong game in the series to give that treatment. Don’t stop believing!
The fighting femme fatales of Street Fighter set sail for adventure in this illustration by Mignon (a.k.a. Mo0nlit). It includes all of the selectable characters with the exception of the Street Fighter EX characters.
Let’s Get It Started
If you thought the starter Pokemon from five generations of the franchise were already cute, then Beyx has got something for you.
Off to Star World
With a number of Nintendo amigurumi dolls under her belt, the latest from Leesasaur is Yoshi. At this rate, she’ll soon be able to create her own Super Smash Bros. diorama.