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Hello Kitty’s Borg-Like Assimilation of the World Continues in Awesome Mashups


Don't let Hello Kitty's quiet demeanor fool you. Her march toward possessing every face from pop culture that you've ever held dear continues, and Kick-Ass, Daft Punk and Batman are among her latest victims - at least in the artwork of designer Joseph Senior, whose body of work has been on our radar since last June and continues to swell...

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Fan-Captured Images of the Real-Life Locations of ‘Scott Pilgrim’


It takes one level of comics fandom to plot out locations from "DMZ" and "Freakangels" or set up an entire Google Map about "The Walking Dead." One reader who felt bad about missing "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" while it was filming in Toronto took things (and her camera) a step further, though, and amassed a collection of informatively captioned photographs documenting locations used by Bryan Lee O'Malley in his epic Oni Press series, "Scott Pilgrim...

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Batman’s Rogues Gallery Gets A Flickr Gallery


There may not be a definitive line of Batman and Robin sneakers based on the Caped Crusader's rogues gallery yet, but there is mini-marathon of artwork riffing on Bat-villains in artist Dennis Culver's portfolio...

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Underground Comics Covers That Let It All Hang Out


Long before he started illustrating his own edition of "The Book of Genesis," R. Crumb was drawing the hell out covers for "Zap Comix," and he wasn't alone. Underground comics of the 1960s and 1970s became the amino acids that gave way to modern literary tomes like "Maus" and "Black Hole...

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Wonder Woman Sculpted From Wonder Bread


Somewhere on the grain-based Earth-9, the rolls and croissants of Breadmerica cried out for a vitamin-enriched warrior of peace and "Wonder® Woman" heeded the call.

The breadiful leading lady was sculpted awhile back by Flickr user mleak, who described her creation thusly:
"This is a sculpture I made in 2008, a Wonder Woman made out of Wonder® brand white bread and its packaging. I used...

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Batman Commits Suicide!


I've found that one of the most remarkable things about Web 2.0 is how it has opened up a whole new avenue for re-exploring the classics--by letting us make our own mark on them. As far as comics go, this could mean anything from rewriting the dialogue in Lichtenstein's "The Great Divorce" to making certain subtleties in Watchmen--*cough* Dr...

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