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‘Doctor Who’ Crosses Over with Marvel and DC Thanks to Jordan Gibson [Art]


Yes, IDW's Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who crossover is one of the greatest gifts that sci-fi-loving comic geeks could possibly receive this year. Curious minds do wander, however, when the idea of Doctor Who crossovers comes up. Artist Jordan Gibson, for instance, decided t

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Paige Pumphrey Infuses the X-Men and More With Rockabilly and Roller Derby Fashion [Art]


For X-Men fans who always wished the team had more neck tattoos and rockabilly sensibilities, artist Paige Pumphrey has a remedy. Her depictions of Rogue and Jean Grey meld a comical Archie Comics-like body language with some distinctly more R

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The Steampunk Force is Strong in Bjorn Hurri’s ‘Star Wars’ Pieces [Art]


It may be difficult to improve upon the Star Wars character designs that George Lucas and Ralph McQuarrie originally brought into the world. That said, we can still ogle Bjorn Hurri's sleek steampunk takes on Han Solo, Jabba the Hut and Boba Fett. From th

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Carlos Vermut Takes on X-Men, Street Fighters and Samurai Aplenty [Art]


Sometimes an artist comes along and hits you right between the eyes with Street Fighter artwork that could either be hanging up in a fine art gallery or promoting a new Adult Swim cartoon. Carlos Vermut one such artist

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Pokemon and More Evolve in the Designs of Mike Gaboury [Art]


Today's award for creepiest/awesomest Pokémon art goes out to Mike Gaboury of Adventure Time video game treatment fame. We have seen creators take Nintendo's otherwise cuddly critters and turn them into beastly, seemingly drug-induced nightmares before, but Gaboury tailors his cre

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Kit Colors up the Justice League, Spider-Man, Supergirl and More [Art]


East meets West in the pinup art of the Japan-based artist on deviantART who goes by the name of "Kit." Kit's Oracle and Power Girl poses pack the dynamism of an artist like J.H. Williams with the manga infusion and emotion of a Takeshi Miyazawa, w

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Timothy Lim Goes Nouveau and Beyond on The Avengers, Transformers and More [Art]


It's no secret that artist Timothy Lim is one of our favorite things to happen to mash-up art on the Internet in the last decade. From Edvard Munch and Starscream to Calvin and Hobbes and Spider-Man, virtually everything he creates looks like it

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Feel the Love in Charles Santoso’s ‘Peanuts,’ and ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Tributes [Art]


Children's story illustration fans, have a seat, because we have a real treat for you today in the work of artist Charles Santoso. His pieces, which feature tributes to Peanuts, My Neighbor Totoro and Harry Potter, look like joint ventures between Renée French and Jill Thompson.From the textures to the

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Robert Ball Gets His Vector on with Wolverine, the Joker and Many More [Art]


If Robert Ball's polygon-laced Thor, Galactus and Doctor Who art made you smile, you should know that he has been up to a lot more in the past year. In addition to steamrolling through a series of bad-guy faces, he has also been putting out some stunningly creative vector (and other art style) renderings, including a fantas

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Edward Pun Gets Angular Painting Superheroes, Robots and More [Art]


You may have run into artist Edward Pun's work before. He's got his own comic, Betsy Mae Bite, contributes to issues of the anthology Atomic Lead when it comes out, and showed up in Moonstone's Zombies vs. Cheerleaders #3. Basically, he'

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