Time for your weekly dose of the fantastic fandom-based art that’s hit the web this week with your Nerd Art Dump. Each and every week we pick and choose through the masses of prints and pics on the digital frontier to give you nothing but the best to fill your geek needs. So on with the dump.
ABOVE: Eagerly awaiting the incarnation of the Joker on the big screen? Have any favorite actors you’d like to see don the clown make-up and kill people randomly? Benedict Cumberbatch certainly has enough experience being a crazy person, and the above piece of art shows what he might look like if given the chance. – By Alex Tuis
Check out what happens when someone with a little artistic skill gives a revamp to the old Gargoyles characters. You know, the ones from that television show you watched as a kid. Certainly a level above the animation they used on the series. – By NME
And because it had to happen eventually, a mash-up of two old classics. Relive the drama and thrills of teen angst, discovered camaraderie and dentention room violence with The Breakfast Fight Club. – By Dave MacDowell
Ever wanted to see Homer Simpson transformed into pure nightmare material? Well, here you go. Feel the urge to put this disturbing-as-fuck incarnation on your wall? The original prints are selling over at UTBNYC.com. – “D’oh!” By artist PEZ. Release from Bottleneck Gallery
Jay and Silent Bob get transformed into pop-art with this fine creation, entitled “American Chronic”. Personally, I would have gone with a nice, rich, green theme. – By Ryan Brinkerhoff
It was probably a bad idea to create this picture, lest Hollywood execs take it as a sign that audiences are eager for yet another childhood memory-destroying reboot, but nonetheless, artist Nicolas Francoeur has reimagined the characters from the Neverending Story in a more modern incarnation.
This Christmas will mark the 20th anniversary of the release of Batman: The Mask of the Phantasm! To celebrate, Mondo is throwing it a little birthday party with a 35mm screening at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz on January 7th. Better yet, these limited edition posters will be on sale for you to snatch up. Assuming you live in Austin, TX and can make it to the Alamo Drafthouse, of course.
And finally, ‘War On Hell’ by Jeremy Wheeler. A visual interpretation of the typical bad day that seems to dominate the lives of Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.