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Josh Cooley Transforms R-Rated Movies Into Highly Inappropriate Children’s Books [Art]

Art by Josh Cooley, http://cooleycooley.blogspot.com

Listen, I'm going to be real with you for a second: I love 1980s action movies more than I love most members of my own family. I mean, hell, if we're talking about Die Hard, I love that movie more than I love pretty much every member of my own family (sorry mom). So when I saw Josh Cooley's series of illustrations where he turns movies like Die Hard, Predator and Road Warrior into Golden Books style storybook pages, my first thought was utter delight.

Well, no, that's a lie. My first thought was "Where's Commando?" but then came the delight, I assure you. Check out a few of our favorites below!

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Funko And Super7′s Upcoming 3.75″ ReAction Figures Arrive: The Rocketeer, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Predator And More

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When Funko announced that they'd be teaming with Super7 to mass produce and distribute the 3.75" ReAction line, it seemed fan dreams of owing toys in the style of Kenner's 1977 Star Wars figures across both classic and contemporary pop culture licenses were going to come true. Little did anyone know just HOW true. Thanks to new images at Entertainment Earth, collectors can now have a look at what's going to be a busy 2014, with more than 60 total ReAction figures planned from movies including The Rocketeer, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Predator, The Terminator, Buffy the Vampire SlayerBack to the Future, Escape from New York, Firefly, Scream, The Goonies, Universal Monsters, Pulp Fiction, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, Trick 'R Treat, Halloween and The Crow.

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Link Ink: NES-Style Predator, Captain Canuck Syrup And Everything Wrong With ‘Batman & Robin’

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Bandai Displays More ‘Alien’ And ‘Predator’ S.H. MonsterArts Figures [NYCC 2013]

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Bandai's AvP S.H. MonsterArts debuted a few months back at SDCC 2013, but the Bluefin Tamashii Nations booth had a brand-new Predator Wolf figure and plenty of new Xenomorph and Predator accessories alike on hand for New York Comic Con. Aliens will get to fire the figurative opening volley in the 7" toy war with the Predators, with the Alien Warrior (from 2004's AvP) figure arriving in February for $57, with the Predator Wolf (from 2007's Aliens vs Predator: Requiem) following in March for $59. The $2 price difference seems like it's due to the mild accessory discrepancy between the figures. For it's part, the Alien comes packed with an egg, a hatchling, a huge tail, and an optional inner-mouth part. The Predator Wolf features a face with a horrifying extended jaw, plus a diecast mask and a host of spears and other weapons. Click through for a closer look at both AvP S.H. MonsterArts.

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Bandai Announces ‘Alien’ And ‘Predator’ S.H. MonsterArts Toys [SDCC 2013]

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Godzilla, King Kong and Rodan are going to want to start stocking up on thermal camouflage and acid-shielding; Bandai's S.H. MonsterArts action figure line will be joined by both Aliens and Predators in 2014.

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Funko Gets Metallic TMNT, Bloody TWD And Oozing AvP For SDCC 2013

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You'll have to pardon the acronym-heavy headline, but there's just no avoiding it when trying to communicate Funko's San Diego Comic-Con 2013 exclusive Pop! Vinyl toys. Arriving at the convention this July at Funko booth 5343 will be four metallic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, two blood-splattered The Walking Dead characters, plus both an Aliens Xenomorph and a Predator leaking green blood.

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The Geek Art of Metal Park’s Pairoght Jarusuwan [Art]

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In America there is a place called New York City. And in New York City is a place called Bryant Park. And in Bryant Park is a place called Metal Park. And in Metal Park are all the greatest wonders of the world! Using scrap and pieces of old cars and motorcycles and employing some metalworking techniques that we will never, ever understand, artist Pairoght Jarusuwan has created metallic versions of some of pop culture's most popular geek icons that are quaint in their simplicity yet also breathtaking in their immenseness. Among Jarusuwan's creations, which range

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To Catch a Predotter…and Terminotter Too

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What did the Predator say to the otter? In all likelihood, it probably didn't say anything - it simply flipped up its shoulder-mounted laser cannon and blew the poor creature to smithereens. But in an alternate universe, the Predator said something to the effect of, "Hey, Otter, let's join forces and have ourselves a baby, dig?"

Thus, the Predotter was born.

I wish I

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Great Comics That Never Happened #5: Aliens vs. Predator vs. Ted Nugent

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In our recurring original art feature, writer Chris Sims and artist Rusty Shackles carry on the noble comic book tradition of the imaginary story by bringing you the Best Comics Ever that don't actually exist! This week, we find out what happens when two alien races make Earth their battleground... and find themselves right in the sights of the Motor City Madman!

For more Great Comics that Never Happened

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‘Alien Loves Predator’ Creator Reviews ‘Alien vs. Predator’ Game

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Bernie Hou is the creator of the popular long-running webcomic, Alien Loves Predator.

First things first, I'm not a professional game reviewer, and ComicsAlliance didn't ask me to do a proper review, so I wo

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