The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s crazy things like seeing the aftermath of Shredder from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fisting goatsie, or an all furry orgy featuring Alf, Chewbacca and Cousin It. Hey, it’s the internet folks. There are also a lot of awesome acts of nerd art that we see on a daily basis, and we round them up for your viewing pleasure.

ABOVE: Yes, that is Batgirl laying on the side of the Batmobile as Batman drives on two wheels, what you think they are always grim and serious? Artist Dennis Culver and his piece Batgirls Do It Well gives us some insight into the commissioner’s daughter and her wild side. [Geek Tyrant]

Hit the jump for a Star Wars Where’s Waldo, a Masters of the Universe re-imagining and MOAR!

Where’s Waldo: The Star Wars Edition, featuring Star Trek, Doctor Who, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Simpsons, Predator, Batman, The Wizard of Oz, Fallout and many other nerd pop culture characters. Oh man this is fun. It takes me back to the days of eating Life Cereal when we had these Where’s Waldo games on the back of the box.

I’ve taken 3 shits today and still can’t find waldo. Can you? Click here to embiggen. [GAS]

If you’ve never seen the work of Edward Pun before, then you have been missing out. This digital painting wizard has done work on for Marvel and DC, on movies, re-designs of the top cartoons from the ’80s, and he does all this in between working on Betsy Mae Bite, his own comic book. This busy guy is one to pay attention to in the future. [Comics Alliance]

I see you gender reversed version of  Marvel’s thunder God and raise you a hammer the size of a Buick. She-Thor wins. [Geek Tyrant]

He is the cutest and what he does, and what he does isn’t… awwwww look at his widdle mouth. Created by deviant artist UMINGA, this take on the Canadian X-man Wolverine is a very compelling argument for X-Men: Pre-School Class to be green lit. [Deviant Art]

“Would you like to know how I get these scars…” Batman’s had some bad nights in Gotham city, but this one by artist LorenzoNuti might just be his worst. Featuring a very bloody hero and a very sadistic looking Joker, hey, at least Bats has a smile on his face now, right?. [Geek Tyrant]

He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe was an extremly popular series back in the 80s, but it’s more recent iteration from a few years back left something to be desired. Maybe if Nathan Rosario was around to input his own character portraits into the series the show could still be around. These grittier, more film friendly interpretations of some of He-Man‘s most fearsome foes make you want to even see He-man on the big screen (hint, hint movie industry). [Comic Book Movie]

Does this house look familiar to you? It should, it’s 742 Evergreen Terrace, otherwise known as The Simpsons home since the late eighties. Created by Tim Doyle, this eerily realistic take on the Simpson household has a few hidden surprises hidden in the windows and outside the house. [/Film]

Lynne Yoshii is truly an amazing independant artist, a female equivalent to Adam Hughes if you will. Check out her work featuring several female superheroes from every major company and be amazed. [Geek Tyrant]

Let’s end the day with John Tyler Christopher‘s take on Mary Jane Watson throwing Spider-man’s signature web-slinging “thwip!” If it looks odd to see her doing that just be glad she never dated the Shocker, that would be way different (well, one finger that is). [Comics Alliance]

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