Lowtax:: Isn't this concept art from the gritty reboot of "Splatterhouse?"
Lowtax:: I'm assuming the concept was "CRAP."
Lowtax:: LEAD ARTIST: "PAINT CRAP."
Zack: It's a sample of custom flooring for the torso ripper's mansion.
Lowtax:: Yeah, I was just gonna ask: is this an overhead view?
Zack: "Every other tile will feature a torso I ripped."
Lowtax:: "Yes they will have prancing hands. Why do you even have to ask?"
Zack: When you die, your hands naturally assume the prancing position. Even if you've been torso-ripped.
Lowtax:: "If you have a skeleton inside or outside of you, your hands are gonna prance. That's just science 101."
Lowtax:: "Now dump Two Face on the grape rock candy and let's move on."
Zack: Two Face's head is baffling. It looks like he has meat on the inside of his skull.
Lowtax:: It's dirt. Inside every good man is a good amount of dirt.
Lowtax:: And prance hands.
Zack: "Load sixteens tons and what do you get, new torso laminate flooring and deeper in debt."
Lowtax:: - Kurt Cobain
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Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.