Earthworm Jim is helping me dust the site off for another year – so a belated happy new year to you. Snott likes to help out.
Drew this hamster angel last Thursday. See…I told you Jim would get out of Heck somehow.
Earthworm Jim has been in worse scrapes than this. Evil The cat has bound his hands and feet with dark magic, and is setting his Heck minions on him…will he get away? I don’t know!
Frosty The Snowman – he was a sub-boss in Earthworm Jim who appears out of the ground growling “MUST DESTROY JIM”! Today also marks the 19th anniversary of Earthworm Jim 2!
Here’s Evil The Cat with his flame gun from Earthworm Jim 1.
I finished another picture for Hamstober too…Earthworm Jim, a Drone cat (# 4 perhaps?) and a rather flabbergasted Bob the Goldfish. Tommy Tallarico is doing another Kickstarter which just launched yesterday. This time for Video Games Live Level 4. Last years was pretty cool – this years will have an Earthworm Jim Medley on it, … Continue reading
Here he is being an Orchestrator of evil…conjuring up dragon flame minions with an evil music baton.
Peter Puppy in monster mode.
It’s October…you know what that means? Hamstober. That’s what October is for. Not to be confused with Hamtober, which is a celebration of processed meats. Every day (or other day) of the week I will attempt to draw something to do with Earthworm Jim over the month of October. Do I regret starting this tradition … Continue reading
Mike Dietz says that the original Earthworm Jim came out in October 1994. He also informed fans that Earthworm Jim was created by Doug TenNapel sometime around November 1993. So that means we get another birthday in November. I don’t know for sure, but it’d be funny. June the 9th is also regarded as a special day to EWJ fans I know.
I think all year round is a good time to celebrate. But apparently it’s October too…so update your calender’s…I think that’s birthday post number four now!
Hamstober is coming up…It might not be as insane as last years Hamstober.
Earthworm Jim Fans have been posting loads of cool stuff to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Earthworm Jim (for the Sega Genesis)! You can catch up on the celebrations on Twitter and post your own.
Get yourself a cup of something and have a read of The Making Of Earthworm Jim Retrogamer article that features David Perry – it’s a very good and thought provoking read.
A big Thank You to all the great people who created Earthworm Jim twenty years ago.