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Above: Move over Toy Story, Buzz Lightyear has ditched the plastic and upgraded to a sleek new casing thanks to DanLuVisiArt. Sporting some five o’clock shadow and a working laser Buzz is fit and ready to fight for Star Command against the forces of Zurg and his plans of interstellar domination. [Geek Tyrant]
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As part of the upcoming Arch Nemesis art show at the Hero Complex Gallery opening tomorrow Paul Shipper created this insanely detailed Man of Steel poster. Looking better than most of the promotional material Warner Bros. has been pumping out Paul has outdone what took millions of dollars with pencil crayons. [XombieDIRGE]
The streets of New York can be a dangerous placed, filled with crime and random acts of foot soldier violence. Artist Kelsey Shannon shows off a unique slice of “turtle power” with a fresh take on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. [Herochan]
Taking the Disney classic Snow White and giving it a Frank Miller twist Urbanmelon has made some worth watching for us older Disney fans that’s a bit more 18+. Maybe the Yellow Bastard in this one Flounder? [CGHUB]
If you’re a Community fan you know this classic Halloween episode, filled to the hallways with tainted meat rations and flu carrying “zombies” straight from the mind of Dan Harmon. The Epidemiology episode poster by Giordan Casanova is perfect, it sums up the episode in one image and Chevy Chase is nowhere in sight. Six seasons and a movie people, six seasons and a movie. [Behance]
Hero of Hyrule, saviour of time and sharper than the master sword, Link is one hero Nintendo can always count on and sakimichan can make look really good. After twenty-five years of games and cartoons it’s nice to see Link actually look like himself and not riding flying birds. Get the hint Nintendo. [Deviant Art]
If there is one person that nails the comic book pin-up model style it’s Adam Hughes. Just look at his take on Ms.Marvel here and you can see the amount of detail consistently brought to the paper each and every time Adam goes to work. No wonder companies like DC and Marvel come knocking at his door. [Falling Up The Rabbit Hole]
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