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Samuel Deats Draws Gamer Girls And Shatner-On-Shatner Violence [Art]

Samuel Deats paints gorgeous pieces of digital art, filled with videogame heroes and fearsome fantasy monsters. But he also injects a wonderful sense of humor into some of his pieces, including a few that pay tribute to gamer girls.

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Link Ink: Bike Horn ‘Evangelion’ Theme, DBZ Manga In Color And Power Lords Return


Anime: Alex Small-Butera covers the Neon Genesis Evangelion theme, "Cruel Angel's Thesis," using bike horns.

Manga: Dragon Ball Z is getting three full-color volumes starting on February 4th, 2013 in Japan...

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Italian Artist Igor Scalisi Palminteri Imagines Saints As Superheroes [Art]


Ordinary men and women blessed with extraordinary abilities who fight for what they believe in no matter the consequences aren't exclusive to superhero comics. Catholic saints also possessed such powers as levitation, flight, extra-sensory perception and the ability to communicate with animals and used these skills to help those around them...

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Rodrigo Aviles’ Illustrations Bring Dark Beauty to Bad Dreams [Art]


The scenes in Rodrigo Aviles' paintings and illustrations are often unnerving. Ghostly swordswomen float over the sleeping world. Courtly figures are transformed into psychedelic mushrooms. Abstract animals and people with demonic faces stand their two-dimensional ground...

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Magnificent Portraits of 80s Action Figures: Marvel, DC, TMNT, He-Man, Voltron, G.I.Joe


Artist Robert Burden has painted a nostalgic series of portraits based around the action figures he played with as a child in the 1980s, including characters from Marvel and DC Comics, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "He-Man" and "Voltron...

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