fan art


The work of artist NoFlutter has been the inspiration for many a cosplay over the years. That having been said, we hope to see her series of Sailor Moon Warrior Inner Scouts come to life sometime in the near future. Check out more art from the series below. [click to continue…]


While artist Javier Burgo may be the lead designer for Angry Birds over at Rovio, his art is not confined to birds and pigs. Thankfully, he’s been sharing some of this art online, and it’s filled with versions of your favorite characters rendered in his unmistakable style.

I’m particularly fond of his Earthworm Jim and Suicide Squad Joker.

Take a few and check out more of his work below. [click to continue…]

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Damn you Olly Gibbs. J.J. Abrams should have buried Jar Jar’s bones in the desert like he planned.

Check out the entire poster after the break…

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Canadian artist Seoxys has a knack for fusing Pokemon together to highlight their best attributes. With 721 different creatures to choose from, some of these creatures are a combination of three different characters.

For even more fun, Seoxys is taking requests for fusions on Facebook and the results are wonderful, and sometimes hilarious. Check out some of our favorite Poke-combos after the break.

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Oh my Disney, these princes/guys painted as real life hunks are almost too hot to handle.

It’s the work of artist Jirka Väätäinen, and I believe I speak for many of us when saying, Thank You Jirka! His site also features a previous collection featuring Disney ladies.

Jirka’s new collection includes Tarzan, Hercules, John Smith from Pocahontas, The Beast/Prince from Beauty and the Beast, Prince Phillip from Sleeping Beauty, Prince Charming from Cinderella, Aladdin, and Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid with more to come.

Check out more handsome artwork after the break.

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From the mind of talented DC fangirl Brittney Williams, comes your favorite superheroes re-imagined as ancient samurai warriors. Wearing traditional clothing and armor, Superman, Wonder Woman, Robin, and Batman all look amazing just hanging out in the dojo. And wait until you see Alfred!

I need a group to cosplay this with me. Check out all the fantastic artwork after the break.

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We’ve had our first official look at Harley Quinn and The Suicide Squad, but this fan art of Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn is far more effective at getting us amped for the film.

Kudos to @Bosslogic on the amazing work. Harley looks mischievous and deadly and ready to cause all kinds of trouble.

See another picture after the break.

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(via Robert Downey, Jr.)

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Art by Casey Callender.

(via Twitter)

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Pause for a moment and think about all the superhero films and television series in the works, currently airing, and already in your DVD/Blu-ray collection. You’re making out like a bandit whether you’re a fan or Marvel or DC. YouTube user Alex Luthor took that happy feeling we all get from seeing our favorite heroes and villains on screen and turned it to 11 by making a trailer that imagines what it would be like if Marvel and DC characters played in the same universe.

It pulls from both movies and television, and Luthor did a tremendous job editing together battles from The Avengers, The Flash, Man of Steel, Thor, and more to make it appear as though Marvel and DC characters are facing off.

Watch the awesomeness in the video after the break.

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