Post-apocalyptic action meets epic sci-fi space drama in the Mad Max and Star Wars mash-up trailer. It’s a story that you didn’t think was possible, but it actually works thanks to some clever editing by YouTube user Krishna Shenoi.

Think about it, Mad Max could have taken place on Tatooine. And Furiosa with a light saber…

I’ve already said to much. Check out the amazing trailer 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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This isn’t the first Zelda-themed reworking of the Game Of Thrones intro, but it might be the best. This time, the focus is on the Link to the Past world map.

Maybe HBO should talk to Nintendo about making that live action version of Zelda that everyone wants.

Check out the intro after the break…

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When the crew of The Fast & The Furious needs to pull of a big fast-paced heist, they call the Minions! Crazy stunts, super fast cars, and general shenanigans are familiar territory for these little guys. With both movies coming to theaters this summer, the mash-up video is all action-packed and super cute.

Watch the video after the break.

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I’ve yet to be scared by Daleks in Doctor Who. They’re clunky, and unless there are large quantities of them closing in, I’m not impressed. I do appreciate their iconic design though, and Kelly, a.k.a. egyptianruin on DeviantArt, has mashed the Doctor’s enemy together with some cute characters – like Sailor Moon! Daleks look good with blonde hair. Who knew?

This and other 2.5 inch Dalek figures by Kelly were made from polymer clay and hand-painted. She created them for MAGFest a few years ago.

See a few other Dalek mash-ups after the break.

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Hanna-Barbera released some cartoon gems back in the day, didn’t they? The Smurfs, The Jetsons, and The Flintstones are just a few of them. Artist Jay P. Fosgitt is a fan of those old school cartoons and decided to mix ’em up with a little Guardians of the Galaxy. Behold, Hanna Barbardians of the Galaxy! Fosgitt explains:

The Guardians of the Galaxy, envisioned as a 1970’s Hanna Barbera cartoon. That’s teenage Pebbles and Bamm Bamm as Gamora and Star Lord, Muttley as Rocket, Captain Caveman as Drax, and Grape Ape as Groot. I added a distressed texture to give this piece a vintage “garage sale” look.

I would watch a show with these characters for hours and hours – possibly instead of the official Guardians of the Galaxy cartoon we’re getting this year.

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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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If you have a pile of LEGO minifig parts in front of you, it’s only natural to mix them up and see what happens. Artist Alexandre Tissier came up with some perfect mash-ups for a Fiction Meets Fiction campaign for LEGO. He’s got Homer Simpson as Wolverine, Spider-Man as James Bond, Darth Vader as a geisha, and Batman in pajamas and holding a teddy bear. I feel compelled to make these designs a reality.

See more funny swaps after the break.

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What if Disney characters starred in Nintendo games? By the looks of this art from Michael Villamejor, it would be awesome. He mashes up characters from Disney films with ones from Smash Bros., and it results in combinations like Stitch as Pikachu and Robin Hood as Star Fox. I can barely handle the brilliance of these pixels.

See more of the creative and cute series after the break.

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Calm down and don’t fret because The Wiivengers are here to save the day. YouTuber James Farr has created a version of The Avengers starring heroes from the Nintendo universe. Link is a great Captain America (I want to see that cosplayed!), Pikachu is Thor, Mario is Iron Man – you get the idea. They have to stop Loki from ruining everything, and the animation is cute and fun.

Watch the mash-up after the break.

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