I was expecting a giant illustration of chilled monkey’s brains. But these’ll do nicely.
French artist Gentil Garçon worked with paleontologist François Escuilié to form an IRL skull of the pellet-gobbling video game icon. Where the pellets go afterward, we’re still unsure.
I don’t ever recall Chris Evans decapitating a nazi w his shield in the movie version. Why can’t Hollywood take more cues from Lego-inspired fan films?
The results for SuperPunch’s James Bond art contest are in, and here are a few of the eye candy entries. Looks like a few illustrators are pumped for “Skyfall.”
I don’t quite remember Bedrock’s prehistoric spouses looking so divine … and that’s OK. Thanks to Hungarian DeviantArtists Yorie14 (Betty) and Rekuuu (Wilma) for re-imagining my childhood memories for me.
The Lizard watches when you poop while the Sandman, Doctor Octopus, and the Green Goblin are all trying to break through the wall to see what else is going on in there. Apparently, a woman had the custom Marvel can designed as a gift for her comic-book-loving husband.
You know, this might actually be the most accurate one of these yet.
76-year-old Margaret Wells of Old Portsmouth, Hampshire, was robbed of her prized possession back in September — the life-size replica of the Extra Terrestrial that her daughter made from scratch years ago. Luckily, authorities recently discovered the thing as “it rolled up on the beach and gave somebody a bit of a fright,” one Coastguard spokesperson said.
Unfortunately, a bearded Kurt Russell doesn’t save the day in this one. But penguins do!
When 900 years old you reach, smell as good you will not.
I don’t believe any of this, but “the first part of the video takes place in November,” says oghc. “The second part was recorded [12/29/11]. And yet she wears the same shirt. It’s fun to look back at her having difficulty with some Draugers when nowadays she favors a couple Daedric swords that can take out a dragon in a couple hits or so.”
YouTuber StooTV rounded up old serial adventure footage from 1919 to 1973 and then supercut a shot-by-shot comparison with Steven Spielberg’s “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Hmph, I thought I’d seen that Indy action somewhere before.
Need to teach your children a foreign language that doesn’t exist? You may consider picking up Wu Kee Smith’s “How To Speak Wookiee,” even though I have no idea how, exactly, the illustrated title actually educates your padawan on the Kashyyyk language arts. Especially when the book totally misspells “Wookiee.”
Especially considering the holiday treat was built with electric motors and superglue. All the same, it’s nice knowing that Brian Hall’s “Gingerbreadtron” is out there, protecting all the other gingerbread houses from the evils of the gingerbread house universe.
A canine cyborg and his douchey partner have until the stroke of midnight to save Christmas or something. From the buddy cop genre-loving fools at 39 Degrees North.
North Carolina’s Sean Kernick whipped up this little ditty for an upcoming art show in Raleigh. Dude even included a rotating stand to display Bespin’s baddest mamma jamma in all his malt liquor glory. Props.
“TDKR” fanatics have been skeptical whether or not the Boy Wonder will show face in Christopher Nolan’s final Batman installment. But, some comic book obsessives discovered one hell of an Easter egg in the new trailer.
“No one EVER writes the books that I WANT TO READ,” says artist Alex Pardee. “So sometimes I just have to make covers for them and hope that someday they become real.”
Amalgamated Dynamics, the special effects house responsible for Sam Raimi’s 2002 “Spider-Man,” released archived footage of their initial attempt at creating Norman Osborn’s evil alter-ego. I’m kind of glad they went the high-tech route rather than something gothic/gory.