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James O’Brien Sketches Politicians and Animates Sad and Happy Monsters [Art]


Outside of "snow day" and "free cupcakes," I'm not sure there are many pairs of words in the English language as wonderful as "happy monster." It's probably thanks to a childhood spent on Sesame Street, but there's something about goofy, smiling monsters that just makes me grin...

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‘Japanese Spider-Man’ Episode 8: ‘Strange Tales of the Past! The Cursed Cat Grave!’ [Review]


Chris: Hello everyone, and welcome to this week's installment of Spider-Man Japan, our unnecessarily in-depth series on Toei's 1978 live-action Supaidaman show! This week... I think the only word that even comes close is "doozy...

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Eric Canete’s Awesome Unused ‘Ben 10′ Concept Art Will Terrify Your Children


Despite the fact that I'm a big fan of a lot of the people involved in creating it, I've never actually seen an episode of Cartoon Network's Ben 10. I am, however, pretty sure that I get the basic idea behind the show...

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‘Yokai Monsters’ Pits Japanese Umbrella Spirits Against Vampires… Sort Of


A few weeks ago I was talking to Aaron of Awesomed By Comics, and he described a film as being like Sid and Marty Kroft making a Japanese horror movie for children, and then told me that it was something I had to see...

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Post-It Note Monsters: The Best Use of Office Supplies Ever


On the header on his website, Danish artist John Kenn describes himself thusly: "I have a set of twins and not much time for anything. But when I have time I draw monsterdrawings on Post-It notes."

That's not all that out of the ordinary; at my old job we were constantly doodling on Post-Its to kill time, creating characters with names like "Hot Pockets...

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’90s Marvel Monster Mashup Toys Were Wonderfully Ridiculous


Given the bazillion or so monstrous villains that inhabit the Marvel universe, it takes a special kind of creature to turn the sometimes apathetic stomachs of its fans. That's why Toy Biz will forever have our creature-loving kudos for concocting its own non-canonical brand of obnoxious superhero/monster hybrids for the ages...

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Li’l Fanboy Aidan Sells Artwork to Help Pay Bills For His Cancer Treatment


Check out a sampling of Aidan's illustrations below:Aidan is a 5-year old boy who last month was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. It's rough, and he'll be in treatment for the next few years of his life, but the kid's prognosis is good. The medical bills are not. To help cover the costs, Aidan's father Wylie has been selling his son's incredibly cute and strangely compelling artwork online. Featuring depictions of Wolverine, Sponge Bob and a number of original creations, Aidan's artwork is flying off the virtual shelf, according to an update on his Facebook fan page, but there's still time to pick up some of these cute and inexpensive pieces to help a fellow fanboy beat cancer.

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Marvel Monster Mash-Ups: 8 Strange Transformations We’d Love To See


Marvel super-heroes undergoing strange transformations isn't really a new idea: Captain America's been a werewolf, Storm and Wolverine have been vampires in "What If," and heck, there's an entire universe where the Marvel Super-Heroes have been turned into zombies, and one where they're all apes, some of whom are also vampires...

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Link Ink — Vice Guide to Comics, Monster Scale Tee


-- How do people expect us to believe in their movie monsters if they're not in scale? This t-shirt from, creates the ultimate terrifying lineup by size of monsters from Chucky to Godzilla.

-- While we're on the topic of frightening fashion, check out these official "Cal McDonald Detective Tales" tees from Bloody Pulp Books...

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‘Captain Disillusion’ Debunks Paranormal Hoaxes


Is someone on the internet trying to convince you that they have a real video of aliens, ghosts, or monsters? Pro tip: They are lying.

It's ok, though, because Captain Disillusion is coming to the rescue...

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