The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s crazy things like Winnie the Pooh with his hand in the honey pot (nudge nudge) or even that incident between Princess Leia and Jabba the Hutt (and all while Salacious Crumb was forced to watch, too). Hey, it’s the internet folks. Luckily there is always the counter balance of some mind blowing nerd based art. We collect it, you enjoy it, and we are all better for it.
ABOVE: He’s just looking for a little love ladies, is that so bad? All this prince turned
furry beast wants is a good woman that doesn’t mind that he sheds. He even comes with a heart-shaped balloon, instant chick magnet. [UFC Chick]
Hit the jump for a Breaking Bad/Batman mash-up, Disney princesses getting violent, Wesley Crusher and MOAR!
Batman is a gritty comic book with a badass hero/sidekick combination, Breaking Bad is a gritty television show with a badass anti-hero/sidekick combination. Only seems fair that this sweet piece by Jeff Matsuda shows Walt and Jesse as the dynamic duo. Come to think about it, how do we know Bruce Wayne DOESN’T have a meth lab behind that giant penny in the Batcave…. [Geek Tyrant]
He never wears a red shirt, but he keeps coming back from those away missions somehow (damn writers). Star Trek‘s Wesley Crusher get’s placed into his own retro looking comic book series thanks to artist Derek Charm and it already looks like a worthwhile series. Maybe one of these fictitious issues will have Wesley face his greatest foes yet: Talking to a real woman. [Derek Charm]
She may not be an official Disney Princess yet, but at least we know where she stands against the other senior members of the Disney kingdom. Drawn by Amy Mebberson’s as part of her Pocket Princesses series, Brave‘s Princess Merida has made a fan in Mulan, but may have soiled the shorts of Aurora. [The Mary Sue]
This cartoony masterpiece comes straight from the mind of the quick and incredibly clean working Mihajlo Dimitrovski. With the ability to craft dramatic pieces for Games of Thrones to his well thought out take on the Ninja Turtles, Mihajlo unique style crosses all boarders. His Fantastic Four is, well, fantastic!. [Comics Alliance]
What look’s like crumbled paper is actually the work of New Zealand-based artist James Reid and it’s part of an amazing series. Called the “Polygon Heroes”, James created these wicked multi-dimensional polygon superheroes using both DC and Marvel characters. Want one? You can by them here. [GeekPron]
Oh the Harley Quinn we remember, how I miss that costume. By deviant artist NeenJohnO, this shot for lovable psycho Harley Quinn shows just what runs through this young woman’s head in between stints in Arkham Asylum. [Deviant Art]
Part of a series of Star Wars characters, in pixelated form, this adorable little bit by Ryan Andrews is one with cool side. “I’d like to do all the main characters from ep 4 first,” he says, “then move on to minor characters until I have basically the whole cast…within reason.” So no Jar Jar, smart man.[Laughing Squid]
If you’ve yet to see the outstanding work of Francis Tsai then your missing out on one of the strongest artists to never work with one of the “Big Two”. With his fine details and near lifelike texture, you could almost swear you were looking at an unfinished comic to an upcoming Marvel or DC cover. Just look at his take on Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, Thing and more. If he’s not working on a major title in 5 years, it will be a shame. [Geek Tyrant]
Let’s face it, he’s really hit the jackpot here. Peter Parker watching the fiery red head Mary Jane and the savory blond Gwen Stacy pick out some sexy nightwear. I bet his “spider-senses” are more then just tingling here. Well done tiger. [Comics Alliance]
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