Nerd Art Dump: Cartoons Without Their Skins, Monsters Without Their Masks, Super Heroes Aplenty and MOAR!
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: What happens when Marvel super heroes are given the Star Wars treatment? Stormtroopers with fancy outfits that would almost certainly not pass Vader’s inspection. Let’s just hope they aim better than their white-clad brothers. – By Jonathan Bolerjack
Ever wonder what’s going on beneath the clothes of your favorite cartoon charaters? Well, it’s not porn, but these illustrations show the real meat and bones… er, just bones… of what makes these characters tic. – By Chris Panda
And here are a few horror icons done up without all that nasty make-up. Aren’t they just so adorable? You could almost forgive them all the horrific things that they do on the regular basis. – By XomdieDIRGE
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Transformers, Acid Free Gallery has released some nifty prints featuring your favorite Autobots and Decepticons. – By Tom Whalen.
Next up, a pretty epic look at one of the best hero-villain match-ups in the history of comic books. – Brutal Joker Vs Batman by Ardian Syaf
Yet another work of art produced in order to celebrate an anniversary. This one features (just in case you couldn’t tell) Hellboy. – A Bastard in Love by Rustam Hasanov. Check out more Hellboy-centric pieces at the Hero Complex Gallery Hellboy 20th Anniversary Art show.
Oh yes. It was only a matter of time before someone decided to depict the Game of Thrones characters we know and love (or hate) as little kids. Seeing them like this, it makes me wonder how any of them made it to adulthood without being poisoned, beheaded or buried alive in the sandbox. – By Patrick Ballestros
More post fan art! This time we get a three color spread of the most iconic of giant, rubber monsters – Godzilla. – By Barbarian Factory
And we here at Nerd Bastards, in our eternal efforts to make our readers depressed, leave you on this grim note. Here we have a trio of Disney characters transported to the real world. Good luck, guy, you’re going to need it. – By Jeff Hong