Zombie Disuko Smasher – Bootleg Mini Figure Set – NOW AVAILABLE!

Now available in our SHOP for only $12 is our latest bootleg resin release:  Zombie Disuko Smasher.Based on the incredibly obscure 1987 Famicom game of the same name, this three (3) piece mini figure set depicts the main protagonists of the game:Zombie Disuko Smasher:  An undead bouncer at the toughest disco club in Tokyo SpaceContinue reading “Zombie Disuko Smasher – Bootleg Mini Figure Set – NOW AVAILABLE!”

Zombie Disuko Smasher – Bootleg Mini Figure Set – Available 5/28/14

Touching down in our SHOP on May 28, 2014, is our latest bootleg resin release:  Zombie Disuko Smasher. Based on the incredibly obscure 1987 Famicom game, this three (3) piece mini figure set depicts the main protagonists of the game: Zombie Disuko Smasher:  An undead bouncer at the toughest disco club in Tokyo Space Sumo: Continue reading “Zombie Disuko Smasher – Bootleg Mini Figure Set – Available 5/28/14”

Resident Evil: Director’s Cut Comic Book Advertisement

I’ve written about Resident Evil: Director’s Cut before and while we here in the United States got shafted in regards to the “uncensored” content we were promised in the re-release of the original Resident Evil, the comic book and magazine advertising held nothing back.  Admittedly, I haven’t been reading a lot of comic books latelyContinue reading “Resident Evil: Director’s Cut Comic Book Advertisement”

31 Days of Horror 2013 – Day 14

A Nightmare on Elm Street (Nintendo Entertainment System 1989) “Something frightening has been happening on Elm Street lately. It seems that with each waking day another gruesome discovery is made… another neighborhood teen has mysteriously passed away into the dark stillness of the night. Everyone says it’s “natural causes,” but it seems as if somethingContinue reading “31 Days of Horror 2013 – Day 14”

31 Days of Horror 2013 – Day 7

Super Castlevania IV (Super Nintendo Entertainment System 1991) Originally released in Japan on Halloween in 1991, as Akumajō Dorakyura (Devil’s Castle Dracula) Super Castlevania IV was the franchises first foray into the 16-bit era.  The game is more or less a re-imagining of the original Castlevania but with the obvious graphical and audio upgrades theContinue reading “31 Days of Horror 2013 – Day 7”