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Above: Is a Zombie bite contagious to aliens species? No idea, but Andy J. Hunter is going to help us find out soon enough thanks to changing up this famous E.T. scene to a full out zombie horde. Elliott is going to have to pedal fast if he wants to stay ahead of the undead shambling because all the magic fingers in the world aren’t going to save him now. E.T. gonna hunger for flesh. [Geek Tyrant]
Hit the jump for Supergirl, Deadpool, planet Vulcan and moar in the jump.
Another mechanical monster means another chance for Supergirl to beat the bolts off of a mechanical monster. This slightly more mature Supergirl by Chuckdee makes it look way too easy to beat up metal, maybe they got distracted by the skirt? [Deviant Art]
With a live action Cowboy Bebop in production hell for years, Josh Gilbert poster might the closest we ever get. Creating his own “what if?” movie poster Josh casted Megan Fox, Vin Diesel and Keanu Reeves (whoa) in the title role. [Deviant Art]
Just a friendly little poker night at Avengers HQ, what could possibly go wrong? Damn it, where’s a Skrull invasion when you need. [Comics Alliance]
Gastly, Haunter and Gengar were some of the coolest original Pokemon before Nintendo went crazy withnew Pokemon every other year, but make them more realistic and their freaky as hell. Gastly looks like a screaming skull, Haunter looks like the Cheshire cat and Gengar looks like a wacked out hamster looking to break out of it’s cage. [Wafalo]
R2-D2 this is not, this bad ass mother droider is F3-7T, Bobba Fett’s custom droid by Nick Scurfield. According to Nick:
“I wanted to take Artoo’s cocky little frame and bestow it with some of the razor sharp coolness usually reserved for Mr B. Fett. I don’t know if its because its getting late or I’ve been working on it for too long, but theres something about this mash up that already feels comfortably familiar.”
Well played Mr.Scurfield, well played. [Geek Tyrant]
Like zoinks Scooby, Alexander Kuhn dropped off the Scooby gang in a 1950s’ setting giving each character a different feel, tone and setting then we’re all used to. It’s kind of weird to see Shaggy styled like a greaser, but everyone else looks right at home in the new time period, even Scooby looks like a real dog. [Geek Tyrant]
A master thief and occasional spandex tease to Spider-Man, this commission by artist Deadlydelmundo has made some Black Cat fan a very lucky individual. Laid out on her own special Spider-man carpet. [Mike Del Mundo]
Based on the greatest sci-fi movie planets, Mr.Shabba has made a perfect promotional service for those of us looking for a little weekend vacation. A limited edition series of posters are available, so if you want to impress your friends with imaginary travel tips get yours now. Avoid Pandora right now though, that place is kinda lame. [Mr.Shabba]
Deadpool would never in his insane mind accept an invitation to join the Avengers, he much rather buy all his own equipment to make himself the only “Super Avenger” in the Marvel universe. FrankAKadar sure makes Deadpool look tough, giving him his own Deadpool Squirrel with Loki Helmet, but leaving the price tag on your gear kind of kills the intimidation factor. [Lazorz]