mashup

Mad X-Men: X-Men Mashed Up With AMC’s ‘Mad Men’
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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. As the interminable wait begins fo…
Dr. Seuss Comic Book Mashups Bring The Radness
By now, you're probably pretty well acquainted with the art of Ryan Dunlavey. From his rather impressive stint with Fred Van Lente on "Action Philosophers," which I should mention got me through Western Civ 2 in college, to his spot-on nerd party art, the way that man has his …
NPR On ‘Masterpiece Comics” Mashup Radness
One of the arguments comic book readers are pulled into with regrettable regularity is whether or not the medium is an art form, and if so, is it "high art" or "low art?" Fortunately for fans of sequential art, NPR cites one creator working to distract from the debate completely …
Disney/Marvel: The Editorial Cartoons
Although comics industry news rarely hits big in the mainstream press, the Marvel/Disney news have been covered extensively in papers -- including editorial cartoons. Most of them are very, very bad, highly unoriginal, and consist of Marvel/Disney mashups significantly worse than the ones I've …
Disney/Marvel Mash-Up Art
Artists (and Photoshoppers) all over the web have been responding to the Marvel/Disney deal by creating bizarre, entertaining amalgams of characters from Disney and Marvel lore. Considering that we've all only known about this for the last 12 hours, color me impressed:
-- Craig Yoe, whom you may reme…
Marvel and DC Comics Get Simpsonized
In other mashup news, io9 has compiled an enormous collection of comics and sci-fi characters drawn in the style of The Simpsons, including separate Marvel Comics and DC Comics galleries full of adorable, four-fingered, yellow-skinned versions of your favorite heroes...
‘Cartoon Jumbles’ Mash Up Marvel and Peanuts
Jeremy Eaton has put together a series of paintings mashing up characters from comic books, newspaper strips and pop culture for an upcoming art show called "Cartoon Jumbles." My fav is Charlie Brown as the Watcher from Marvel Comics, which suits him somehow, and reminds me of the …