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: Josh Cooley’s Movies R Fun brings you all the joy of some of your favorite cult movies in a way that you can share with your children. Well, if you don’t mind Child Services taking a serious look at your parenting skills.
It was only a matter of time before The Doc became The Doctor. Though I do have to wonder at whether running around and changing timelines for the benefit of one person really falls within the realm of proper Time Lord etiquette. – By Brett Hardin
The world may be screaming “WTF?!” but some have decided instead to ask “What would he look like?” Check out this conceptualization of Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman flick – By Isabella Morawetz
Yet another round of “Make Disney Princesses into Everything Else”, this time we get to see them thrust into George R.R. Martin’s world of Fire and Ice. Just don’t start crying once the culling begins. – By Sam Tsui
Next up, a pretty detailed look at what Street Fighter‘s Sagat might look like when brought to the real world (through the magic of CGI, of course). I detect a future UFC champion on the horizon. – ByAaron Fang
Another pop culture mash-up? Why not? This one brings together some of the best monsters from your film-watching childhood. The only question is – are you man-geek enough to name them all? – By PJ McQuade
Another salute to Back to the Future, because one just wasn’t enough. I imagine that parallel parking must be loads easier with that thing. – By Laurent Durieux
A creepy and stylish Ghostbusters poster by Carlos Angeli. Btw, I don’t think you’re gonna get that ghost trap to work on the giant, evil dog. You might want to rethink your approach here.
You too can learn the alphabet better with a little help from your pop-culture lifestyle. And if for some reason you can not connect each letter to its corresponding imagine, then I believe you may need to turn in your geek card immediately. – By Jeff Victor