We return for another installment of “Nerd Art Dump”; your weekly dose of fantastic fandom-based art that hits the web each week. We take the grueling task of sorting through the masses of prints and pics on the digital frontier to give you nothing but the best to fill your geeky needs. So join me on an adventure through the mire of Halloween goodies before we drown in eggnog and good cheer.
ABOVE: “Halloween, 2016” by Cassandra Calin; This piece definitely hits close to the belt as many of us probably saw our fair share of Quinzel’s running around. What’s a spooky gal to do?
“The Pipe” by Naolito is definitely creeptastic. What would happen if Mario never saved Peach? Well, I’m not sticking around to find out….Nooope!
Catwoman Vol. 4 #45 Variant Cover by Joshua Middleton! Trick or treating is a lot more fun when you’re a jewel thief.
“Man of Steel” by Dan Mumford This piece was an ode to Zack Snyder’s film and focused on the very last instant of Superman home’s planet, Krypton. We can see his mother in her last moments before the planet explodes around her, while the capsule containing little baby Kal El is ejected into space.
“Halloween from Hong Kong” by Tik Ka from East whose style inspired by the traditional « So Ha » art gives a brand new life to classic icons such as to Krueger, Mr Stay Puft, The Crow and their fellow pop culture compatriots.
“Darth Yoda”by Daryl Mandryk envisions the iconic Jedi master transformed into a merciless Sith!
“Famous Pumpkins” by Alby Letoy
Dreadful Whispers by theviljackass
Gives a whole new meaning to evil whispering over your shoulder. The first season/second season protagonist “The Devil” never makes a corporeal presence in the series, but if he did this take on the creature that persecutes Vanessa Ives would put me on edge, to say the least.
Hell-Venture Time! (Adventure Time x Hellboy) by John Polidora.
“The Great Pumpkin” by Nick Robles When The Peanuts stop playing nice and start getting real…real fourth-mouthed and gory! Killing the Great Pumpkin…what a twist!?!
“Alien Mass” by Andy Fairhurst
“Happy Halloween” by Alessandro Della Pietra
Now don’t forget we only have 360 days left until NEXT Halloween, so make sure to stock up on all the treats!
With more than fifteen years of cosplay under her belt, Lindze Merritt is a veritable veteran of the scene. The daughter of a seamstress, costume creation was in her blood from day one. As well a creating a whole host of incredible cosplays to wear at conventions all over the world, she has spoke on panels, judged competitions and has applied her expertise to creating the perfect make up for everything from film to theatre to weddings. Now, her beauty work takes up a lot of her time, but she takes every opportunity to pass on her love of cosplay to her young daughter. (more…)
Sometimes life can truly be a beautiful thing. The weather is just right. The birds are singing, The Chicago Cubs win a World Series! Life is fair, but alas that is usually not the case and today we were all reminded of how cruel the world can be. The beloved Hi-C Ecto Cooler will cease to be, come years end.
According to the beverages official Facebook page the future is bleak. (more…)
When she’s not breaking up with Hollywood heartthrobs and writing songs about it, Taylor Swift is actually a pretty fun chick, and maybe even a tad nerdy as well. The world renowned songstress was spotted wearing a Deadpool costume for Halloween. Not just any Deadpool costume. Like, she literally wore Deadpool’s costume – as in Ryan Reynold‘s actual costume from the movie. (more…)
For many cosplayers, creating costumes is about paying tribute to as many of your favourite characters as you can. For others, it’s about finding something you’re really good at, something you love, and honing your ability to create it until you could be mistaken for the real thing. Katie Sheddock is one such artist. She started consplaying in her teens and soon found it to be a great outlet for her love of zombies. Over the past few years, she has experimented with materials and styles to join the ranks of the walking undead. At the first ever Walker Stalker Con UK, she was spotted and her face is now emblazoned across the promos for next year’s event. (more…)
November’s almost upon us, which means it’s once again time for us to once again sit and watch the Charlie Brown specials for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. These specials are a somewhat of a cultural event giving us a blast from the past and fill us with nostalgia. Another cultural event that recently gave us a mega dose of nostalgia was the critically acclaimed Netflix series, Stranger Things.
You know what’s totally heinous? Being reminded how old you are. But, hey, that’s what happens when reflecting on pop culture classics of yesteryear. If you’re a child of the 80’s/early 90s’, and remember Bill and Ted, then you’re an old dude (or babe). It’s been a whopping 27 years (Whoa!) since rockin’ nitwits Bill S Preston Esquire and Ted Theodore Logan hopped in a phone booth and traveled through time, meeting up with historic figures like Genghis Khan, Socrates (pronounced in Bill & Ted speak as “So Crates”), Billy The Kid, Abe Lincoln, Joan of Arc and Napoleon. And, 25 years, since their follow up sequel Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, which saw the happily dimwitted duo go the hell (literally) and back.
Regardless of the passage time, and despite the long promises of a 3rd movie from actors Keanu Reeves and Alex Winters, the fandom for Bill and Ted is still strong. So much so, that NECA, purveyors of toys and collectibles from the hottest IPs, have released a most triumphant figurine boxed set. (more…)
With the hype train going strong for Kong: Skull Island, March sure does feel like a long way away. It is bound to be packed all sorts of mythical monsters, dinosaurs and of course, the main attraction himself: King Kong. If you’re like us, you simply cannot wait to get your taste of all the chest-beating, Sam-Jackson-yelling action that awaits you. Fortunately, for those of you looking to get a taste of the action before it hits the big screen, you can get an incredible appetizer on the all-new Skull Island: Reign of Kong ride at Universal Studios’ Islands of Adventure.
We return for another installment of “Nerd Art Dump”; your weekly dose of fantastic fandom-based art that hits the web each week. We take the grueling task of sorting through the masses of prints and pics on the digital frontier to give you nothing but the best to fill your geeky needs. So join me on an adventure for your eyeballs!
ABOVE: The Two Towers by Australian artist Florey (more…)
Though fairly new to the cosplay scene, Rebecca Lindsay has got a lot of people talking with her incredible Mystique cosplay at NYCC earlier on this month. Her imaginative take on the X-Men shapeshifter had bounced around between Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Imgur, Reddit and even international news sites before she left the convention. She got home to find her photo had gone viral and cosplay enthusiasts around the world knew her face.
We got in touch with Rebecca to find out more about her and to get to grips with what drives her creative gears. (more…)