Nerd Art Dump: Tattooed Disney Princesses, What if Deadpool and Harley Quinn Had Kids, Robin Williams Tribute, And MOAR!!!
ABOVE: One has to wonder where those darned Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles learned all them fancy ninja moves. Mike Wrobel has created a piece of art that may reveal some of the secrets behind the creation of this sewer-dwelling team.
The What If…? series was always one of my favorites. Who doesn’t want to see what would happen when the comic book universe goes off the tracks with its timeline of events? Here’s one, however, that pushes the question in a direction that could very well result in the destruction of civilization as we know it. What if Deadpool & Harley Quinn Had Children by Marco D’Alfonso
The recent loss of Robin Williams has affected people in different ways, though none of us could say that we’re not going to miss him at least a little. Here’s one man’s tribute to a comedian that will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the best of his era. Robin Williams tribute art by Jeff Victor.
Now that the Guardians of the Galaxy have entered into the mainstream, they’re quickly becoming the focus of attention from artists with a little creativity to spare. This one mashes up the character of Gamora with Tarantino’s Kill Bill franchise. Gamora: Kill Quill by Marco D’Alfonso
By far one of the coolest entries into the Nerd Art arena on this day, one man has seen fit to reimagine Akira as if the story had been created during an early age of comic books and done in the style of Jack Kirby. Akira comic cover by M7781
Daaawww. Now ain’t that the cutest thing you ever did see? Big old Hagrid being all lovey-dovey over a baby Harry Potter. It’s enough to make you want to have one of your own. Or maybe not… By James Hance
And yet another set of awesome looking Star Wars posters. This one looks like it would be right at home in an art gallery or on the wall of some executive’s office suite. Definitely classy. Poster set by Sanasini
And because a week just isn’t complete without someone reimagining Disney Princess yet again, here’s another 4-panel make-over of some familiar faces. This time the ladies of Disney are decked out in tattoos and ready to walk into the modern world. By Emmanuel Viola