Would Breaking Bad be the least appropriate subject for a Saturday morning cartoon? Artist Ian Glaubinger does animation-inspired illustrations of unlikely pieces of pop culture, from Pineapple Express to The Shawshank Redemption. His portfolio is filled with plenty more surprises as well, with clever takes on Alfred Hitchcock, children's breakfast cereals that never were and Grant Wood's American Gothic as it might look in Toontown.

In addition to his rather brilliant takes on movies and television, Glaubinger has a few specific series. In his Classic Monsters of Horror series, he draws colorful portraits of Dracula, the Mummy, the Phantom of the Opera and other familiar monstrous faces. His Arnold One-Liners series is similarly straightforward, showing the former Governator delivering some of his most famous movie lines. I hope he ends up doing a full series of his Glory Days illustrations, in which the aging Captain America and Indiana Jones reflect on their adventures by looking at their trophies and newspaper clippings.

Glaubinger sells Giclee prints, screenprints and t-shirts of his work in his Etsy store.