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The Love For Skull Wall Art

For ancient times, humans have used skulls as decorative artifacts, symbols of triumph, honor, glory, success against a rival clan or tribe, or simply to show no fear against death itself. Now a days we still have that love for skulls and always as a representation of our emotions. Thanks to that, skull wall art is always booming. Now a days the lowbrow art movement with its cultural roots that came from pulp comics, punk music, tiki culture, pop culture and street-culture itself, entangles a new wave or skull wall art representation,…

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Skulls in History: Terminator Metal Robot Skull

For the ones living in a cave, the Terminator franchise is one of the biggest there is,  and since 1984 is kicking top box offices records. We won’t speak about that but about the main protagonist, a cyborg from the future made by Skynet, a self-aware artificial intelligence, and was built for infiltration and assassination missions towards the ultimate goal of exterminating the Human Resistance. In the first movie, only a few scenes show the metal skeleton of the T-800. In the future, where the resistance is aware of these…

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Skulls In History: Killer Instinct Crazy Skull Spinal

Spinal is the famous skull character in the old but genius 94’s video game “Killer Instinct”.  An animated skull skeleton, Spinal was reanimated by the villain company Ultratech through cell regeneration but it was destroyed by another character, Chief Thunder in the first tournament; however, Gargos had a Spinal of his own in the past. The Skull Spinal fights for vengeance and his freedom. In the first Killer Instinct, Spinal is the third-last opponent in single-player mode; with a sword and shield, he can teleport and change himself into a…

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13 Million Skull Discovered

Scientists have discovered a 13 million years old ape skull, the first time getting a complete skull as well. Avery tiny skull was discovered and belongs to a new species of ape, an old monkey ancestor, living on Earth 25 million years ago, in the Miocene epoch. National Geographic scientists are happy for this discovery, apes live in forest areas, which makes difficult the fossilization process, therefore this little skull came as a stroke of luck.

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5 creepy places full of skull and bones

Deep hidden in the vaults of history, thousands of skulls, bones and skeletons of religious people, villagers and soldiers are waiting for you to visit and hear their story, skulls and bones scattered around in various places around the world, showing us how easily life can be disrupted by wars, diseases, nature and the evil  of men. In this list we show the most famous yet creepiest places where the skulls and bones are placed representing humanity as a whole.

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5 Skull Art paintings in history you must know about

As long as written word has existed, tales where skulls played at least a tiny part in humankind history are only natural. For ages skulls are associated with death and evil in most parts of the world, while in other smaller regions  is associated with life and celebration. Doesn’t matter what role a skull has partaken in history, the representation of skulls in human art has been notorious, being skull art one of  most famous or infamous in history.

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Top 5 skull villains from the 80’s cartoons

I’m an 80’s man. I born in the eighties, I was a witness of the cartoon evolution. Transformers, G.I.Joe, Ninja Turtles and many others were created in that time, when I was little. By my account, the 80’s were the golden era of cartoons, at least actionwise. I remember many awesome cartoons, half american, half japanese, mostly filled with action and villains from all over the universe and alternate universes.

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