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ABOVE: Looks like someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning -and he’s taking it out on everyone. Just one of many “Hulk smash everybody!” pieces from Darren Rawlings has the gamma powered beast taking his rage out on everyone he can get his hands on. Guess this is what happens when you’re “always angry”. [Lado Inverso]
Hit the jump for Flash Gordon, the saints of pop culture and more!
He’s the savior of the universe and famously played by Sam J. Jones, Flash Gordon is one of greatest sports heroes turned hero of Mongo. Based on the classic Flash Gordon comic book writer and illustrator Frank Cho created a fitting shot of the hero with trusted friends Dale Arden and Dr. Hans Zarkov. [Comics Alliance]
After J.J. Abrams is done with that other Star titled Sci-Fi franchise he still has another Trek to worry about. After that? Who knows where and how we will boldly go where no one has gone before. Artist Phil Postma floated out eight great portraits of the original series done in the style of PIXAR and I have to say I am not opposed to it. [Minion Factory]
Alex Garner does some amazing work, the comic book artist has proven that over the years, but just look at what’s he’s done for the ladies of the mutant community. Putting four of the strongest female mutants together in one group shot is a smart decision for all of us that love the X-men series. Does anyone else notice that Psylocke kind of looks like of looks like the cosplayer Yaya Han though? [A Godly Servant]
By the power of Greyskull Dave Wilkins is one talented artist, creating this awesome Masters of the Universe wrap around cover for a recent DC Comics event. Best part of it all is there’s no Orko in sight! It’s all action and well worth a once over. Check out the full-sized version for all the cool details. [Deviant Art]
Everyone has their followers, religions have saints that people pray to for various needs, but nerds tend to go the route of the unexpected and pray their favourite fictional characters. So in order to help us all out artist Hey Monster created an awesome line of “Our Lady of…” drawings featuring a respected female member of science fiction and pop culture from Buffy to Scully.[Geek-Art]
Designer Matt Ferguson has created some pretty clever poster designs over the last few years and his hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed. Marvel has used several of his pieces for their special Blu-ray releases, but it’s his work on Jurassic Park that is one of his best. [The Mary Sue]
Tom Hodges must be a member of team Dixon if he’s drawing wicked pieces of art like this. Featuring everyone’s favorite crossbow armed brother surrounded by the undead. [Herochan]
One of the strongest females in the DC universe Power Girl draws in unsuspecting criminals through brute strength and visual distractions, that’s talent. Created for Power Girl #27 artist Warren Louw has done a really great job capturing strength and beauty of PG’s classic look. [Geek Tyrant]
Doctor Who fans really love David Tennant. Artist Sam-Oeun Yin brought it upon himself to created a talented tribute piece for the era, bringing in the best of what the Tenth Doctor had to offer. [Geek Tyrant]
Scott Derby has created the most enticing recruitment poster for the Green Lantern Corps, free of all the danger and death they neglect to tell you about. Still, I’ll go with the Sinestro Corps, I hear they offer free medical coverage. [XombieDIRGE]
Category: Nerd Culture