Ever notice how there's always people online who seem to know everything? That take pleasure in showing they know everything when they notice mistakes? And then others gang up, too? Maybe you are sometimes guilty of that. Maybe I am, too. Maybe that's the problem.
Sir John Gurdon might have had an awful school report as a kid, but he has the most amazing hair Cambridge has ever seen. This year, he shares the Nobel Prize with Japan's Shinya Yamanaka for stem cell research.
You might have a notion of who you'd think could pull off the perfect Chun-Li. Then again, you didn't develop Street Fighter II so what the hell do you know?
Akira Yasuda, better known as "Akiman" is about as big as they come among Japanese game designers and illustrators.
In game after game, comic book after comic book, manga after manga, there they are: characters with glasses. And Japan is totally gaga for them.
"I'm just a regular, amateur cosplayer," says Ushijima Ii Niku, or Ushijima "Good Meat", in a swish Tokyo hole-in-the-wall eatery. By day, she has an office job, photoshopping adult-related pictures, and in her free time, she cosplays. She's anything but ordinary. (NSFW)
Japanese illustrator and designer Akiman is famous for his Street Fighter II and Final Fight character work. Now that he's freelance, his designs pop up in all sorts of places.