Nerd Art Dump: ‘The Hunger Games’ Fan-art, 1960’s Batman Villains, a Prince Adam/Michael Jackson Mash up and MOAR!
The Interwebz, where nerd art runs wild. Oh sure, sometimes it’s the Flash’s other use for his super speed (hint: it’s dirty) or what on Earth Carmen Sandiego hides her under that trench coat. Hey, that’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: Ever deal with a woman that was insanely hot, but you knew she was going to be deadly in the long run? That’s Poison Ivy in a pinch. Cute as hell, but the moment your alone with her you’ll get more then a case of the itchy britches. [Deviant Art]
Hit the jump for a hairless Chewbacca, a very bloody Hit-Girl and MOAR!
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea- and doubles as Bikini Bottom’s masked vigilante of the night? It’s “Darkbob Knightpants”, created by Bill Mund, cleverly mashing the light-hearted Spongebob Squarepants with the raw and gritty heroism of The Dark Knight comic series. His Carrie Kelly/Robin mixed with Patrick fits far to perfectly. [Geek Tyrant]
It’s the top grossing movie of the weekend, so you just knew we were going to put something Hunger Games related in here. This piece of fan art, created by Cleopatra in Space and Jim Henson’s The Storyteller cartoonist Mike Maihack, shows off heroes Katniss and Peeta in their tribute gear. This is perfect for anyone looking to get their post-Hunger Games fix. [Comics Alliance]
George Lucas ruined our childhood by re-releasing Star Wars with his “improved” changes and Michael Bay angered fans of all ages by calling the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles “Aliens”. So why not do what kill two birds with one stone like Bobby Rubio did and blend the two into an unholy union of childhood therapy. May the two never meet- ever. [Moonbase A]
We greatly apologize to all those we’re offending with this next one, but it has to be seen. Again, so sorry. [Mattias Fahlberg]
Something tells me that artist Gene Gonzales has been watching too much Mad Men on TV recently. Giving Gotham rogues Catwoman and The Riddler a 1960’s makeover that would have made the Adam West Batman series so much cooler. Bet that cane is full of scotch too, riddler needs his brain medicine after all. [Comics Alliance]
Created by Ryan Hall, this awesome Thor was created as part of an Avengers set and includes Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk and Scarlet Witch looking bad-ass. The fact that Ryan makes each hero his own compliments his own bold style, while keep that comic-book feel to everything. I would love to “assemble” these for myself and so should you. [Geek Tyrant]
She can’t even drive, but Kick-ass‘s Hit-Girl doesn’t need a set of wheels to go all “Taxi Driver” on a load of baddies. Created by Japanese artist Ricken, Mindy is toughest little S.O.B under 5 feet you’ll ever encounter- that is if your on her good side. With all that blood around we’ll just be happy this is only a drawing. [Deviant Art]
Prince Adam, alter-ego of Eternia’s He-man and secret lover of all thing Michael Jackson. Makes you think what could have been if the Prince got a record deal before getting his power sword. [Nat&Marie]
We all know that Batman is a hard as nails hero, but his inner child may be exactly like what Calamity Jon has depicted. So bouncy and care free, he makes you just want to giggle with delight until his adult self knocks you out. [Calamity Jon]
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