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: Just to prove a point about how many characters have made their way through Futurama, here’s a piece of work that shows every damn character that’s had a part in the series. The question is, are you hardcore enough to name an episode that each one of them appeared in? – By Deviant Art user Unrellius
More cool superhero artwork crafted via the digital medium. I’m convinced that if we could get people to do this instead of photos for yearbooks, the world would be a much nicer place. – By Dan Mora.
Remember when Clash of the Titans was good? When it made your childhood a brighter place, filled with wonder? Yeah, me too, but those days are over. To remind us of finer times, here are two awesome posters of the original 1981 Clash of the Titans. – From Mondo Posters (@MondoNews )
Let’s face it, we all wish that Hollywood would get off its ass and make a Portal movie. At the same time, we fear what might become of said Portal movie… But if it happened, the above poster might be a bit like what we could expect from the one-sheet. Portal – For Science. You Monster, by David Saavedra
Because even the most powerful of Sith Lords had to learn somewhere, here’s a cool piece of art showing a young (not yet Emperor) Palpatine getting some lightsaber training time in. Or maybe just slaughtering someone off-screen. You never know with these guys. – By long time Star Wars artist Chris Trevas
Here’s a neat little piece showing some of our favorites in a style a bit different from what we’re used to. Superhero pictograms by Michelle Samuels
If my childhood could throw up, I’m convinced that this is what it would look like. All the best of our fond memories from the days of cinema gone by. And a few intruders from more modern films. Glen Brogan’s title piece for Crazy 4 Cult 7 Gallery 1988
Sandworm racing anyone? Now that’s a sport I could get behind. Anyone else feel like maybe Star Wars Episode I would have been way better if they’d swapped out the pod racing crap for this? The Great Sandworm Race by Stephen Andrade
And yet another of my fond childhood memories given new life through an amazing piece of artwork. Someone needs to turn this into a proper movie poster style so I can buy it. Is This a Kissing Book by Joshua Budich