Misc. Nerdiness

Deadpool is unpredictable. One day he might be a T-Rex, and the next he might be starring in a Beauty and The Beast musical parody featuring a NSFW rendition of “Gaston”. Now that I think about it, this is exactly the kind of thing Deadpool would do. We should have seen it coming. [click to continue…]

Yes, this poor unicorn is literally crying its eyeballs out because someone lit its magical horn on fire and its rainbow brain is melting. Kitschy and cruel. [click to continue…]

Since we last checked in, anime artist artist Thomas Romain has been hard at work transforming concept sketches from his two sons into professional quality illustrations. Let’s see what they’ve been up to lately shall we? [click to continue…]

Own The Head Of Cthulhu

I can’t say that I’m a huge fan of collectible busts, but I could use a centerpiece to my Cthulhu shrine. Artist Dominic Qwek wants to deliver with an 11.5″ fully painted polystone Cthulhu bust that was originally part of a model kit release by Gecco back in 2015. [click to continue…]

Do you think you have what it takes to escape Azkaban? What if I told you that Sirius Black had 12-years, but you’ll only get one hour? [click to continue…]

This painting speaks to me. It says “caaaan doo” but, alas, Mr. Meeskeeks cannot get Hot Pockets to heat evenly, so he despairs. His existence is pain—it says it right there on his car window decal. Blame falls squarely on the shoulders of artist Travis Simpson for bringing him into this horrible world. [click to continue…]

Growing up in upstate New York, we called this game “bean bag toss”, but that boring name doesn’t generate the kind of juvenile jokes that can be produced with “cornhole” and “thermal exhaust port”. [click to continue…]

Zodiac Monsters

Artist Shawn Coss has put a creepy spin on the signs of the Zodiac, and any one of them would make for a badass tattoo. Though, I think that doing so would dramatically reduce your compatibility options. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]

An artist known as Lunumbra has chosen a very unique medium for her work—Pokemon cards. For the last few years she has been working with clients to transform their old, damaged cards into mini masterpieces using acrylic paints and a finishing sealant. Her work has made the rounds on the Internet in the past, but some new works have recently cropped up for those who might be interested in commissioning something of their own. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]

There really needs to be Luke and Yoda figures in there—preferably frog versions. I would settle for TMNT figures with lightsabers.

(via Reddit)