Pinkerton Road Studios leaks its first story details in this newly launched trailer for Moebius, an upcoming point-and-click adventure game in which attempt to piece together the circumstances surrounding a high-profile murder in Venice. Helmed...Show More Summary
I've remarked before about how the adventure game genre didn't necessarily need an injection of life but it's no surprise that Kickstarter definitely attracted big names to return to the genre. Moebius is the return to the adventure game genre from Jane Jensen, creator of the Gabriel Knight series. Show More Summary
Watch it with your mom.
RAM Releasing has acquired horror pic Moebius from writer-director Kim Ki-Duk. It’s the follow-up to the filmmaker’s Pieta, which became the first Korean title to take the Golden Lion for best film when it bowed last year at Venice. ...Show More Summary
Watch the E3 trailer for Gabriel Knight designer Jane Jensen's upcoming metaphysical thriller, Moebius.
The new point-and-click adventure from the creator of Gabriel Knight is both fresh and familiar.
Silence is golden, unless you’re Kim Ki-duk. For Kim it is just another void to stuff to its breaking point with all things emotionally jarring. Outside of natural ambiance and some sparse music, Moebius is devoid of any audible dialog. Show More Summary
Nicolas Delort's black-and-white airship roars onto the page in this piece inspired by the legendary artist Moebius. Read more...
'Only God Forgives' director Nicolas Winding Refn has revealed that his next project will be a film adaptation of Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius' comic book series 'The Incal'.
I'm glad that I refrain from judging a game on its trailer, especially its first one, because the alpha trailer for Jane Jensen's Moebius is... well it's not great. Camp, full of dodgy, forced accents, and poorly put together -- it doesn't engender confidence. The randomly thrown together scenes look lovely, though. Show More Summary
Last year, Moebius received $435K dollars on Kickstarter that is being used to bring the adventure game to PC, Mac, Linux and iPad. The developers, Pinkerton Road, just launched a new website to provide even further information on the title, including a first look alpha trailer. The game follows Malachi Rector, a historian with a [...]
Pinkerton Road's adventure game Moebius has been flying under the radar since it was crowdfunded in May of last year. But a new gameplay trailer showing off an alpha build of the game should help pique interest in Jane Jensen's new title. Show More Summary
The Beltway wonkosphere spent most of yesterday shooting the fish in the barrel that is the Paul Ryan "Path to Prosperity" budget. Here's a representative sample. From the looks of it, the Ryan budget for fiscal year 2014 looks mostly...Show More Summary
Dear Comic Bookos, How are you? I am fine. Each week or so, I share some images, news, and reviews related to comics, illustration, art, and nerd interest in this column. I hope you love it. Johnny Ryan showed me this Moebius movie called Time Masters that's on YouTube. Show More Summary
Dear Comic Bookos, How are you? I am fine. Each week or so I share some images, news, and reviews related to comics, illustration, art, and nerd interest in this column. I hope you love it. Johnny Ryan showed me this Moebius movie called Time Masters that's on Youtube. Show More Summary
Terry Dodson's "Muse" finally reaches American shores from France, and Augie has an early review of this beautiful full-size book. Also, an early look at Moebius' fill-in work in the "XIII" series from Cinebook.
You possibly know the work of Laurent Durieux through his Mondo movie posters, but if that's all you know, you're missing out. The 42-year-old German artist, an acolyte and fan of Jean "Moebius" Giraud, was named one of the world's 200...Show More Summary
Sean Collins talks to Heather Benjamin. Tim O'Shea talks to Ming Doyle. Marc Sobel talks to Ed Piskor. Kiel Phegley talks to Ryan Stegman. Simon Gane draws a woman in a striped shirt. Anders Nilsen draws Florent Ruppert. Moebius draws The Spirit. Show More Summary
December 4, 1974: Donald Sherman who lives with Moebius Syndrome, a neurological disorder resulting in impaired speech among other challenges, uses a computer to order a pizza over the telephone.