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Black Milk Releases New ‘Star Wars’ Apparel, Gameboy Swimsuits, and Cthulhu Dresses


In collaboration with Lucasfilm, Australian fashion brand Black Milk Clothing released their final installment of their Star Wars Collection last week (the first and second installments can be seen here and here)...

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G.I. Joe Celebrates the Winter Solstice with a Giant Pink Tentacle Monster


For those of you who don't keep up with astronomical milestones, today is The Winter Solstice! It's the longest night of the year, and it's an event that's influenced winter celebrations in cultures all across the world...

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Comics Artist Francesco Francavilla Calls Out TeeFury For ‘Ripping Off’ Artwork [Updated]


"I don't usually use the F word, but this is unF@#%ingbelievable," wrote Francesco Francavilla on Twitter early Monday morning. The comic book artist with a long list of credits including Zorro and Outlaw Territory awoke to discover that TeeFury...

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Link Ink: Abin Sur Goes Hollywood, Live Action Gargamel’s Haunting Action Figure and PikaCthulhu?


Movies: The very purple Abin Sur gets his own Green Lantern movie poster. Spoiler warning: I don't think he's going to make it.

Charity: G-Man creator Chris Giarrusso is drawing free sketches for fans who donate at least $25 to the American Liver Association's current fund-raiser...

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Sad Baby Monsters: Cthulhu and the Rancor Just Need a Hug


A few weeks ago, we posted a set of redesigns by students at the Savannah College of Art and Design inspired by Marvel's American Panther, including one by SCAD's own Jackie Lewis. I had the chance to meet Jackie this past weekend at Fluke 2011 in Athens, GA, and it turns out that turning the Red Skull into an icon of American patriotism isn't the only incredible transformation she's pulled off -- she's also done a set of Sad Baby Monsters that show a softer side of horrors, from mythological beasts like the Hydra and the Chimera, all the way down to pop culture icons like Cthulhu and The Rancor from Star Wars...

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The Monsters of H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, As Drawn By Children


Since their original publication in the 1920s, the stories of H.P. Lovecraft have endured and grown into an entire subset of the horror genre unto themselves, with themes of the unavoidable insanity that comes with knowledge and cosmic insignificance that are far more subtle and ultimately terrifying than the average ghost story...

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