The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s crazy things like Super Mario finding a mushroom in Luigi’s warp pipe (anus), Superman blowing off Lois Lane’s face with a bukakke blast abd other weird shit. But there are a lot of awesome things that we see on a daily basis, and we’re lazy nerd bastards so we just round them all up once a week for your nerdgasm art lovin’.

ABOVE: It is my dream to have an episode of DW where the Doctor screams “it’s the Libyans!” and watch him go back in time with Rose Tyler to sonic screwdrive McFly’s mom. In the mean time, I’ll have to settle for this DW/Back to the Future mash-up by RatGirlStudios [Deviantart]

You know that awkward moment when two nerds get into a squabble and bitch slap each other? It’s sad, silly and ultimately pathetic. However, you’d be surprised to know the epic battle playing out in their heads.  [Chris B. Murray]

Joel McHale would have made a way better Cyclops, and this shot of him and his fellow cast members from Community proves it. Created by Aviv Or, this is something that the writers of this NBC series need to somehow get on TV. That’s if they ever decide to bring back the show from it’s permanent hiatus. [Geek Tyrant]

After all that fighting, world saving and sexual tension from their male counterparts, sometimes a heroine just needs to sit down and read some comics. But, apparently girls don’t read comics so… [Kate or Die]

Artist Kevin Henry  created a series of wicked minimalist posters that focus on the most iconic vehicles in film and television history. He’s made up posters for Speed Racer‘s Mach 5 , Gone in 60 Second’s Eleanor, Back to the Future’s Delorean (above) and many more. If you’ve seen the movie then you’ll know the car. [Unreality]

Spanning everything from the Silver Age, pin-ups girls, to very Saturday morning looking cartoons, artist Loston Wallace is the grand master of the pencil and paper. Just check out his take on Zatanna, Captain Planet, ROM and other awesome characters in the link.  [Comics Alliance]

Whether they admit it or not, every guy has a hard on for a Disney Princess. Now that illustrator Telegrafixs has given them a bit more ink on the skin they look ten times sexier.  [Geek Tyrant]

Comic book artist Eddie Newell has created a series of black and white super hero illustrations, featuring the likes of Daredevil, Batman, Iron Man, Captain America and more. I want that Daredevil (above) tattooed on my right butt cheek. He’d be pointing to my anus, but he’d be unafraid (which he should be, my ass is like the bog of eternal stench) because… he’s the man without fear.

“Only the Good Die Twice” is a spy story set within the fictional James Bond universe. Through the prologue, it is revealed that the name “James Bond” is the codename for agents with 007 status and that the original James Bond from the Cold War (played by Sean Connery in a returning role) has gone rogue and is now the head of SPECTRE. The current Bond is tasked by MI6 to stop him before he can initiate a global thermonuclear war..

Yea, that synopsis hurt my head too, but props to NinjaInk for making a JB poster that could easily be confused for a real 007 movie poster. [Deviant Art]

Comic book heroes re-imagined as Simpsons characters. It was bound to happen. Springfield Punx has done a bunch. I will now jump into my time machine and travel back to 1999, the last time the Simpsons were relevant.

Jake Parker (Missile Mouse) sketched this neato redesign of the Batmobile, making it look like Batman is more of a backyard builder than a billionaire playboy/ Dark knight. I think if DC hired Parker for one-shot or something, comics would fly off the shelf.

[Comic Book Resources]

What if… Spider-Man lived in ancient Egypt? Well, I imagine he would be the neighborhood Spider god -Ptah Parker. [Draw2D2]

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