Because it fits so well to the joke (wich a lot might not get), here's a little bonus:
Here're some great examples of the full emontional scope of Ellen Page in Beyond Two Souls,
wich puts her on a par with acting overlords like Keanu Reeves and Steven Seagal.
Scope of emotion - Part 1: Self-pity
Scope of emotion - Part 2: Great Self-pity
Scope of emotion - Part 3: Awesome Self-pity
The game left an impression on me despite it's many flaws, I kinda liked it in retrospective. - DS_Nadine
How could you leave Sylvester Stallone of that list of great expressive actors? His seminal performance in Death Race 2000 as reprised in every move that followed was a veritable steam calliope of nuance.
Ps. loved this :D
07. September 2015
I've been making demolitionsquad comics for 10 years now and if you've been reading my comics you already know I'm more of
a joke and gag kind of guy than one to be telling witty political tales. There's many reasons for that but mainly I do it
because I think that more often than not the worst joke might give you more than giving you one with the "moral club" if
it is told from the perspective of two totally opposing parties.
And that basically won't change, but...
- Sry, german only -
If you always wanted to buy one of my comics but never did, the time would be now. (Here as well: Sry, german only. This is just a translation of my german blogpost, for wich some of you asked, I'm afraid.)
I donate all the money that comes in via my comics being sold this month to a refugee hostel. Simply put, this money goes to
buying art supplys. So I'm buying pens, crayons, paper etc with this money and go to a refugee hostel to draw with the kids.
Maybe this doesn't help a person in need directly but it can help bring some normality for the kids that escaped their