When I was just entering adolescence, I was going through some "mental things" and, yes, I did lots of bad things that I never got caught doing. But one healthy outlet for my... energy... was to draw comics -- violent comics. So, I invented a little character and named him Melvin.
A new and unique concept for computer gamers and a must for all Quake fans! Make your own free standing Quake marine for your desktop. An easy to assemble 3D card model, printed in full colour on 3 A4 die-cut cards,just fold and glue to make a striking 10” tall figure. Full instructions included. Just a couple of hours patience and a tube of glue are all that’s required!
Single-handedly defeating the Strogg invasion force on their hellish home turf, the Quake Marine returns to Earth where he puts his unique talents to use as a gun for hire. Along with his trusty railgun, the marine fights the forces of evil... for a price.
In the previous installment, Quake Marine saved US President Bill Clinton from the insidious deer. In the far future, an older, wiser Quake Marine reflects on his greatest challenge!!!
Here are several collected Quake comic strips by writers and artists who were gaming with us in the late 90’s: >Byte Me_, Dilbert, Penny Arcade, and User Friendly.
Dank and Scud (online Quake comic by Michael Houston) find themselves back on Earth, only to be caught in the middle of some hideous military experiment gone terribly wrong. Originally released November, 1998.
Quake 2 comics from the beautiful archive at GameArt, founded and maintained by Stefan (Nop) and Martin (Braindead).