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Above: A cat version of Bilbo by Andrea Femerstrand being creeped up on by a cat version of Gollum, wonderful. The Hobbit made it’self a lot of money last year but if you redo it with cats… You’ll be purring all the way to the bank! [The Mary Sue]
Hit the jump for Deadpool mashups, Corgis and Kocks! (You’re reading that correctly)
Several years after the events Pixar‘s UP, this touching two-piece by Kristal Babich called “It’s Been An Adventure, Mr. Fredricksen” kind of brings a tear to your eye. Now if you’ll excuse us we’ll be over here in the corner being tough. [Geek Tyrant]
Not a fan of DC’s new look Joker? Check out what K4ll0 did with the skin-masked clown prince of crime. Honestly, just looking at this is making me want to sleep with the lights on. [Geek Tyrant]
Remember what I said before about redoing stuff with cats? Here’s a purrrrfect Walking Dead‘s Daryl Dixon. You’re welcome AMC. (Sadly, we don’t know who drew this, but if you do leave us a comment and we’ll give credit where credit is due.) [The Squawking Dead]
Remember kids, beware what you say when doing magic. Your underwear my suddenly appear in place of what you originally had hidden in your hat. [Vicious Blue Eyes]
Yeah, we never saw this coming either. Artist Zach Jordan created a small collection of heroes being parodied by the “Merc with a mouth” Deadpool in all kinds of weird and fun ways. From Batman and Captain America to a Hulked out Deadpool it brings a chill right to the bones. [Herochan]
The next time that Nintendo decides to do a sequel to Zelda: The Minish Cap they need to do this as a method of transport – Corgis. While just a nice tongue and cheek drawing by Budiana you can’t help it to not break out into a smile. [Comics Alliance]
Look at this, it’s like Game of Thrones was produced by Disney and Tyrion Lannister was inspired by Peter Dinklage and Prince Eric! This perfect piece of animation fandom by The-Ez is what most fans would kill to see until George R.R. Martin finally finishes that next novel. Please write George, write like the wind. [Deviant Art]
This is what happens when Jeff Agala draws He-man using the power sword, you look like a bad ass about to knock a sucker out. One of many other pieces of art at the He-Man & The Pulp Art Show for Planet Pulp, definitely worth a viewing if you’re in the area. [Geek Tyrant]
And finally, a Superhero Parody Series by Arturo Aguirre, taking DC and Marvel elite and giving them a feathered makeover. Insert fratboy genital related joke here. [XombieDIRGE]
Category: Cool Stuff