Doctor Who fans, here’s some love for you. Artist James Hance created this beautiful music box based on the episode The Rings Of Akhaten. The “beautiful” is not just about the box, it has more to do with that episode.
Illustrations by John Staub show superheroes, had they been imagined in the medieval age. We imagine some very high-pitched battles as these men take to the battlefield for the honor of, and on the orders of their liege lords. This is quite a set though, as the illustrator kept the characters true to their own style, and the changes that would be demanded of them in the medieval age setting and attire.
Austin, Texas based artist Mike Alcantara made this collection of superhero and villain collages utilizing panels from old comic books. That’s recycling at its finest, superheroes made from superheroes. Prints available on the artist’s Etsy shop.
As fun time killers go, this fan-made Game of Throne 8-bit style game is what you should be looking for. Created by Spanish comic artist Abel Alves, the game is much like the good old games of the era gone by. It won’t really tell you the story of the series, but what it will give you is a plenty of time for fun.
Doctor Who is about to celebrate 50 years on the screen, and that calls for some special celebrations. BBC have released a poster for The Day of the Doctor. The special will feature the current Doctor Matt Smith, David Tennant, Billie Piper, and John Hurt as the mysterious doctor. The episode will be broadcast in the UK on November 23, with a simultaneous broadcast in 200 different countries. That’s kind of exceptional, but totally worth it for a franchise like Doctor Who.
Game of Thrones sigils must invade every franchise and universe possible. In their latest move, the sigils have invaded NFL logos. DJroomba made illustrations that fit Game of Thrones house sigils with NFL teams, and in fact went the extra mile creating several logos for each team, so you can have the pick on what you like best.
A multitude of Dragon Ball Z characters were insanely powerful, capable of destroying planets and whatever came in their path. Doing all that, they maintained the somewhat cute and harmless looks that anime and manga would bestow upon their characters. These illustrations take the “cute” off these battle hardened powerful characters, giving them into vicious looks more suited for dangerous warriors that they are.
It probably wouldn’t be much off the mark to say the minions were the highlight of Despicable Me 2. We have seen them in several settings, and now we see them in two of our favorite series. Sherlock minions and the Star Trek minions, now that is a pretty damn good thing.