If you've been reading ComicsAlliance for a while, you may already know that I'm not really a big fan of the Transformers. It's nothing specific against them, you understand, they just never clicked with me. I think part of the problem is that, as with so many things,they're just not Batman.
Fortunately, that is a problem that has now been solved. In a series of pretty fantastic pieces of art, Darren Rawlings has taken some of our favorite vehicles from comics, movies and TV, from the Batmobile to the ECTO-1 to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Party Wagon, and imagined what they'd be like if they were Transformers. It's a pretty simple pop culture mashup, but it's also really awesome. Check out the best below!
Jake Wyatt's art is, from the very first glance, transporting. He can creating scenes so detailed and lush that you could imagine them playing out before your very eyes. That's why his skills lend themselves so well to his short film, METRO, which takes a young girl to the secret world between the metro station and the surface. It also
Someone recently told me that the Internet is a sinkhole of nostalgia, that we glorify the culture of the past because it's readily available to us all the time. It's hard not to be nostalgic about Calvin and Hobbes, though. After all, Bi
March comes in like a lion and out like...a dire wolf? April means we finally get a new season of HBO's Game of Thrones, with the next chapter in the war for the Iron Throne. While the rest of us have been waiting out the long winter, fan artists have been busy illustrating this clash of kings, but not with the Starks and Lannisters you might expect. Instead
Charles Forsman imagines a mashup between the perennially stale comic strip Garfield and E.T., the classic 1982 film about a loveable extraterrestrial that flew through the sky in a bike basket and constantly asked to borrow other people's phones. The mashup kind of works, in the sense that
As a chronicle of survivalist horror and apocalyptic despair, The Walking Dead has little, if anything, in common with the wholesome family sitcoms of the '80s, aside perhaps from casts that are comprised at least partially of human beings. But in the tradition of mashup
Most of the fun with trailer mashups comes from the unlikely juxtapositions, and it's hard to get more likely than Frank Miller's Sin City crossing with virtually the entire history of Disney animated films, including Beauty and the Beast, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, 101 Dalmatians and more.
Remember last summer, when there was a metric ton of videos floating around mashing up the trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World with pretty much everything? Well, it's happening again, this time with the Internet's favorite show about rainbows and unicorns, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and this week the two finally collided with Spike Pilgrim vs. The World.
As seen on Topless Robot, Spike Pilgrim mashes up the story of Scott Pilgrim's troubles wooing his beloved Ramona Flowers with the unrequited c
Wow, has it really been almost five whole days since we had an article about My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic? Well, in case you were worried that we were slacking off on having the best My Little Pony coverage of any major comic book news website, don't worry. Today, we've found som
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