Nerd Art Dump: Mickey Mouse Marvel, Listening to Audiobooks in Public, the End of Spider-Man & 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!
Above: By far the best use of the pairing between Marvel comics and Disney, a cigar smoking Mickey Mouse Wolverine thanks to artist GraphicGeek. Now somebody get Mickey a bottle of chocolate milk. [Buzzfeed]
Hit the jump for how to kill a movie monster, Catwoman and the secret to the “sonic boom”.
Some of us were raised on Monster Squad and while it means jack should we ever encounter a ghastly goul at least we can say we’ve tried. At least Montygog has increased our chances for survival with the Monster Squad’s How-To Guide to Kill a Monster. -Spoiler Alert- kicking a wolfman in the nards will always be ineffective, kids. [GeekTyrant]
Way before she was the insane love-struck assistant to the Joker, Harley Quinn was simply Dr. Harleen Quinzel. Created by Lorena Carvalho this pre-crazy version of the Arkham shrink shows how sweet and innocent Harleen used to be, but she still digs red. [XombieDIRGE]
Admit it, we’ve all had this going through our heads at least one while listening to an audiobook in a public place. Artist Kate Leth‘s strip on the cheeky side of listening to the work of Neil Gaiman is that extra bit of sass we all know nerds secretly harbor. Go literary pervs![Kate or die!]
It’s been awhile since Sonic has had a successful game. According to Luca Torsello he might have a shot at a cameo appearance in a Street Fighter one. Honestly, I would like to see this. [XombieDIRGE]
Here’s Mario Chavez version of Catwoman, a perfect blend of Selena Kyle and Anne Hathaway in pen and marker. Now check for your jewels, pretty sure they’re gone now. Sorry everyone. [A Godly Servant]
Mutant Ninja-trained turtles fighting a zombie infestation -AWESOME! Created as a series featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vs. Zombies artist Blake Henriksen just became my hero with this stunning detail and action. Thankfully Blake skipped a zombified April O’Neil, cause we all know she’d make it out of New York in one piece. [Nerd Machine]
We frequently feature the work of Marco D’alfonso, the guy always has a funny spin on comic books, but he may have taken the cake with this one. A parody of Spider-Man’s forced retirement, Peter dumped every last freaking costume he’s ever worn into that stupid trash can and there’s a lot. [Deviant Art]
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