This Illustrated Alphabet Is Every Geek’s Dream

Illustrator Jeff Victor’s new series, “The Ultimate Pop Culture Alphabet,” is adorable, nerdy, nostalgic, and above all delightful.

1. Jeff Victor, who is a designer for Nickelodeon Games and a freelance illustrator, told BuzzFeed a little bit of his thought process behind putting together his new series:


The idea for this piece came about when I realized there were many characters I wanted to paint, but couldn’t find a way to work them into my “Evolutions” series. It occurred to me to do an alphabet, with each letter incorporating a different pop-culture/geek icon from my favorite fandoms. Quite honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed working on a project as much as this one. The only hard part was deciding which character to use for each letter. Should ‘H’ have been Harry Potter, Harley Quinn, Hellboy, Hulk, or He-Man? Tough decision!

2. A, of course, is for Ariel, B for Batman (who else?), and C is for Cobra Commander:

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3. D is for the time-lord himself, the Doctor (Who), E is for Edward Scissorhands, and F is for Futurama’s Fry:

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4. G is for Ghostbuster, H is for He-Man, and I is for Iron Man:

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5. J is for Jason Voorhees, K is for KHAAANNNN!, and L for Leonardo — the best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle:

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6. M is for Mega Man, N is for Nosferatu, and O is for Optimus Prime:

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7. P is for Pikachu, Q is for Quagmire, and R is for RoboCop:

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8. The villainous Saruman is S, while Akira’s Tetsuo is T, and Superman arch-nemesis, Ursa, is U:

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9. V is for Vampirella, W is for Wonder Woman, and the warrior princess, Xena, is X:

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10. Yoda brings the force to Y, while a Zombie wraps the whole thing up as Z.

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11. You can see more of Jeff Victor’s work here.

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