Nerd Art Stock Pile? There’s a lot of nerd art on the net. Mostly it’s fan-fiction tentacle Pr0n, but hey we’re not complaining. We see so much neato art work on a daily basis, but for whatever reason they don’t make it to the front page of Nerd Bastards. We’re either lazy, or a piece of stand alone artwork isn’t enough to warrant a full post. Mostly we’re lazy. But, who are we to rob you of this net glory? We’re bastards but we’re not assholes. So here’s a roundup of the latest Nerd Art; intended for eye masturbation purposes.

First up is a piece from White Rabbit on deviantART called A Boy and His Dog (pictured above) which features Boba Fett from Star Wars and Falkor from The Neverending Story. Why? Well why not? Heck, who’s to say luck dragons aren’t at the bottom of the sarlacc pit.

Next up Nerd Art comes from artists Ian Austin (drawing) and Deviant Art user Lawnz (color). As you can see, the image features the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in the corner of a boxing ring ready to get back into the fight. Be better watch out for the full proton reversal.

While the jury is still out on whether or not custom Lego builds are art (I think they are. it takes a crafty bastard to piece together something without instructions) this was really just another excuse to feature Captain Malcolm Reynolds hip Serenity from Firefly. Can never pass up on something Firefly related now can we?

Dave Will has completed his Back to the Future poster collection with a print for the third film in the series.

Over at Andrew Makes Comics, Robin the Boy Wonder is re-imagined as Holden Caulfield, icon of angst and protagonist of J.D. Salinger‘s Catcher in the Rye.

Cory Loftisillustration of Hagrid and baby Harry Potter posted without comment.

Here’s some illustrations from Deviant Artist Christopher Lee (no, not the actor) featuring cute kid friendly versions RoboCop, Spider-Man , all of the Ghostbusters and even adorable versions of twisted genre characters like Predator, and Shredder.

Stevens’ deviantART account hosts comic heroes and villains in gorgeous black in white. Majestic modernized propaganda. Very stoic and cover worthy.

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