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Always thought politicians were monsters? In one of Mike Freiheit's politically themed illustrations, he draws the members of the 2012 US presidential tickets as classic movie monsters. (Although Joe Biden looks less like the Wolfman than Michael J. Fox's dad in Teen Wolf, which is pretty perfect.) His editorial and personal illustrations take us into the gladiator's ring with Democrats and Republicans, inside the brain of Elliott Smith and smiling through some clever animations.
A great cartoonist and illustrator whom we've featured before, Gene Gonzales has been kicking out the jams lately with some inspired 1960s-inspired redesigns of Catwoman, Death and the Riddler. Gonzales couldn't have picked a better time to publish these stylish images, what with Matthew Weiner's Mad Men finally returning to AMC just the other night. If you'
Lego: Lego continues to tease its upcoming The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit lines with posters of Aragorn and Legolas. Heh. LEGOlas. Get it?... Sorry.
Movies: Just in case you were worried, Judge Dredd won't be kissing anybody or taking off his helmet in the live action Dredd movie.
Toys: Mattel's The Dark Knight Rises Movie Masters line of a
"Mad Men" is a show about feelings, and if you know that sensation you get on April Fools' Day when you visit a legitimate news website only to finish a story and realize is was all a scam, you may have experienced the same thing when you encountered this fake vintage comic strip called "Those Madison Avenue Men!" and read through the intro graph too quickly
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If you missed the "Mad Men" finale last night, my lips are sealed, but daaaaamn am I excited for the next season