Superheroes are meant to be inspiring, often with strength of character or their actions. Accompanied by strong imagery, they present a formidable visual input. Graphic designer Adam Thompson scoured the roles of superhero in comic books and on screen to come up with a set that presents superheroes with text of the words of wisdom […]
Etsy shop Morondanga has a collection of geeky pillow cushion covers. Noticeable in the collection are the geeky Star Trek and Star Trek TNG inspired covers you see here.
Being a doof in magic has its advantages, well at least it did for Orko in the He-Man universe. This costume hoodie isn’t going to grant you magical powers, though you could go dressed like Orko and mess things up. Costs $65.
Illustrations by Scott Wade put Batman and associated characters in the midst of action in medieval Japan. The series include Batman, Gordon and Mr. Freeze, all transported to be comfortable in the setting of feudal Japan. The style given the time period, is quite similar to the better known Japanese woodblock print gaming series by […]
Advertisements are something that are bound to exist in every universe where services are offered. That includes even the adorable ones like Pokemon. Mexican illustrator chuz0r imagined what advertisements would be like in the Pokemon universe, and he gave them a vintage touch for that extra effect.
Popular culture characters and themes look superb carved on crayons.
A fan made Wonder Woman short by Rainfall Films, shows just how much potential the franchise can carry, even though it has been struggling at Hollywood studios to be made into a movie.
Your hair doesn’t just quietly and obediently take the correct form. You need to coax and cajole it just right before you go Super Saiyan. Dragon Ball Z hair wax is meant to help you do it right. Via
New trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The movie will be released on December 13.
Pixiv user Marlboro created these illustrations as a tribute to the work of famous Japanese film maker, animator and manga artist Hayao Miyazaki. Drawn up in the style of Art Nouveau, the illustrations are a homage to characters of Studio Ghibli films.