Since 1977 Star Wars fans, shackled by the lameness of physics, have only had two options when it comes to lightsaber toys: 1. You can buy a retractable blade made of clear plastic that simulates "unsheathing" or 2
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If you thought Ryan Heshka's "Strange Powers" exhibit took a unique approach to depicting superheroes, just wait until you see Astro Boy bursting out of a masked man's head in a series of paintings by Australian artist Meggs. Throughout his work, Meggs shows what Marvel and DC's Amalgam Comics might have looked like if their int
Remember those wonderful illustrations of a lightsaber-wielding Batman engaging in combat with a shark by Andrew Zubko? The idea of the Caped Crusader bringing his war on crime away from Gotham City to both the Intergalactic Empire's numero uno badass and the most ruthless predator in the open seas was just too delicious for words. And now, the idea is delicious enough to eat.
Liz Marek of the Artisan Cake Company found inspiration in the Batman
Not only is Cliff Chiang a brilliant artist, he's also filled with equally brilliant ideas. The John Hughes superhero mash-ups he did some months ago got a whole lot of attention, but as great as those illustrations were, I think they fall in the face of his latest project.
Over on his official website, Chiang revealed one of three propaganda posters he r
The greatness of an action figure can often be measured by its accessories. An expertly crafted array of weaponry can transform a dully sculpted figure into a worthwhile collectible, while dopey-looking add-ons could make a toy seem laughable