If there are any fans of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim who have actually been able to tear themselves away from the game and can read this, please enjoy this reimagining of the insanely immersive RPG as a Saturday morning cartoon from the '80s where a group of diverse and plucky children are sucked into an alternate fantasy dimension by a 3.5" 5.25" floppy disk! It's by the same guy who
The final chapter of the Harry Potter movies opens in theaters tonight, and while there's a timeless element to the orphan-boy-discovers-magical-destiny story, artist Lucy Knisley -- who also drew the fantastic posters retelling the entire series -- decided to imagine how the story might have looked in a different time. Specifi
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This week, IDW will be releasing "Ghostbusters: Past, Present and Future." The holiday special issue, in which the team is hired by a stodgy old rich man to deal with three spirits that haunt him every Christmas, struck me as strangely familiar.
And no, I'm not talking about the obvious sense in that there's several dozen new reinterpretations of A Christm
Lucy Knisley ("French Milk") imagines what the "Harry Potter" might have looked like in the late 80s with a comic that makes the idea sounds surprisingly awesome, casting John Cusack as Harry, Christopher Lloyd as Dumbledore, with guest appearances from David Bowie, triumphant synth music, and Falkor the Luckdragon
Artist Robert Burden has painted a nostalgic series of portraits based around the action figures he played with as a child in the 1980s, including characters from Marvel and DC Comics, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "He-Man" and "Voltron