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The ‘Jonny Quest’ Opening Comes Alive With Stop-Motion Animation [Video]


Even if you've never watched a full episode of Hanna-Barbera's '60s staple Jonny Quest, its influence as an animated adventure show still shines brightly in The Venture Bros. Watching Roger D. Evans' stellar, action figure-studded stop-motion animated recreation of the original Jonny Quest opening sequence, it's easy to understand why -- there are tough dudes, mildly insane kids and a cute dog fighting dinosaurs, mummies, robots, snakes and more...

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Batpug Will Make Your Heart Smile Heroically


We've seen a pug who can sing the '60s Batman TV show theme, but this masked Batpug is some next level cuteness. Photographer Christine Anderson and her pugs Yoda and Wookie just won the internet for the day, I think...

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The Pugs are Strong in Brian Rubenacker’s Art


From the all-seeing watchtower of this blog, we've seen pugs carry barbarians, pugs dress like Batman and pugs sing classic TV themes. Artist Brian Rubenacker takes pugs, Boston Terriers and other cute pups into far-off outer space and deep down to the oceans floor, though, and he paints heart-achingly cute pictures that any pug-adoring pop culture nut should covet...

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The Teen Titans Meet Scooby Doo In THE GREATEST FAN-FILM OF ALL TIME


Here at ComicsAlliance, we're acutely aware of how horrifying it can be once intense fans get access to YouTube, but every now and then, that combination produces something truly wonderful. Case in point, the amazingly hilarious Teen Titans Episode 2, in which writer/director/animator/star Alex Piccirillo (who also does the music, making him the flash-animated-fan-film equivalent of Robert Rodriguez) teams Robin and the Teen Titans up with Mystery Inc...

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Pachimon Playing Cards: The 10 Most Awesome Bootleg Monsters You’ll See Today


Once again, the fine folks over at Pink Tentacle have blown our minds with an insanely awesome piece of Japanese pop culture: a set of Pachimon Playing Cards.

Released in the early '70s by the QP Corporation as promotional material for mayonnaise -- a secret origin that only makes them even crazier -- the set features 53 truly ridiculous knockoffs of the only-slightly-less-riduclous original monsters from Japanese pop culture...

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Detroit Needs a RoboCop Statue Honoring America’s Greatest Fictional Cyborg Lawman


Last week, a Twitter user suggested to Detroit mayor Dave Bing that the city should build a statue of RoboCop, the title character of Paul Verhoeven's 1987 award-winner for Best Movie Ever. After all, if Philadelphia can have a statue of Rocky Balboa, then surely the Motor City can celebrate a fictional character of their own, especially one that's part man, part machine, and all cop...

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Nedroid’s ‘Super Fanfic Comics’ Are Blissfully Unburied Webcomics Treasure


While Anthony Clark is perhaps most famous for chronicling the adventures of Reginald and Beartato at Nedoird Picture Diary by 2011 standards, a few years back the webcomicker gained a lot of attention for successfully (and hilariously) taking on a friend's challenge to illustrate 200 Bad Comics...

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New ‘Penny Arcade’ Strip Inspired by ComicsAlliance’s ‘Thor’ Editorial


In what is surely the comics commentary equivalent of the pride musicians feel when "Weird Al" Yankovic parodies their songs, we're proud to announce that Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik have produced a new Penny Arcade comic inspired by ComicsAlliance's editorial on the racist outrage to Idris Elba's casting as a Norse god in Marvel Studios' Thor...

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The Batman Ditches Shark Repellent For a Lightsaber


Once in awhile you catch a Batman image so wonderful, you experience what's known as " Simsian Joy" and io9's link to a painting by Andrew Zubko of Batman's improved method of shark dispatching definitely qualifies as one of those occasions...

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Megabot: Power Ranger Parody That Says What Every Fan’s Thinking


As a byproduct of the '90s, I must admit to an unhealthy, irrational love for all things Power Rangers. I'm not ashamed. The hastily Americanized Super Sentai adaptation and it's various sequel series throttled the greatest concepts of the '80s (giant transforming robots, ninjas, kaiju, buddy action films, science that works like magic, etc...

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