Nerd Art Dump: Mary Jane and Gwen Fight for Spider-Man, The Kid Version of ‘FireFly’, Famous Characters as Cartoons & MOAR!
Each and every week we scour the Internet for nothing but the best in nerdy art. We leave no digital stone unturned, we poke and prod every nook and cranny of the Interwebz. Why? Because we love you, and we love to bring you weekly feed of nerd art. On with the dump!
Can there be just one single moment when these two are alone where they don’t fight over Spider-Man, even a plush version of the wall crawler? Guess not, but at least they know all sleep over fights must be done in your pajamas. *Special Note: If you know who drew this please tell us, we’ll credit them. [Hybrid Waste]
Hit the jump for Super Emo Friends, the Deadpool/Bobba Fett team up and MOAR.
Halo 4 is out and it gave Zac Gorman an excuse to draw this awesome piece summing up what most players are doing on Xbox live right now. It just looks so peaceful, you’d never guess they just finished shooting their own team mates. [Magical Game Time]
Oh my Goooooooooooooood! -this is a brilliant piece of work from Justin White, featuring several characters and scenes from classic movies and TV series re-imagined as cartoons. If you’re around the Gallery 1988 Melrose in Los Angeles this coming Friday go take a look, see how many movies you can pick out. [Geek Tyrant]
This female Thor comes courtesy of CG artist hansanhan, rocking a little less armor then any warrior of Asgard would casually ride into battle on. Seriously, it is cold in Jotunheim, put on a hoody or something. [Geek Tyrant]
The United Kingdom has some talent over there and Monster Tree Art has been sneaking by with awesome pieces like this floating around the Internet. McFly should have really know better to have used a hover board on the water though. If you’re interested this sweet piece of Back to the Future art is for sale, with all profits going to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. [Garabating]
There’s no doubt about it; Firefly and it’s fan base of “Brown Coats” are cool, but these “Brownie Coats” are freaking adorable. Patrick Ballesteros shrunk the cast down to children playing with a homemade Serenity made out of a junked car. It almost makes you want to force Fox to bring it back for another season. [Geek Tyrant]
Marco D’alfonso has put a great spin on the Disney purchase of LucasFilm. Now that the mouse owns Star Wars and Marvel Comics we can soon expect the Boba Fett/Deadpool crossover we never knew we wanted. [Deviant Art]
No, Sakura didn’t break into Ryu’s room and steal his clothing, this is Ryu – an alternate female version of the Street Fighter star. A part of a series by ZWY-001, this guy has taken several fighters from the series and flipped their gender in a pretty cool style with some a little more eye popping then the others. [Geek Tyrant]
Artist JSalvador has turned some of pop cultures saddest moments and characters into an ever-growing cast of “Super Emo Friends”. It’s hard to have hatred towards a character when they look so damn peaceful and little, like Kevin Spacey here in Se7en. [Super Emo Friends]
I don’t think there’s much to say about this one, Brett Parson just wanted to say thanks for making the 80s’ so awesome. [Deviant Art]
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