Well done on Tockr for betting on The Wheel of Time. The American brand’s homepage is currently showcasing this great looking watch.
What if a shoe blog just imagined some Marvel shoes for the heck of it?
Stop villains from getting their hands on a Dragon Ball. Players sort through suspects to determine which of them might fight for the Dragon Ball, who has the best chance to stop and them and where that fight might happen.
Redditor FiammaFenice has shared some amazing photographs of the board game Carcassonne re-themed into a game of Pokemon.
WandaVision played their version of Agatha All Along during the series, and it became an instant fan favourite.
A mash-up of two of my favourite things; anime and Destiny. PopeOwned‘s video imagines what the intro credits would be like if Destiny was an anime series rather than a quasi-MMO that mixes fantasy with sci-fi. We’ve plenty of the usual anime opening tricks; a good look at the characters, some mythic landscapes, space combat […]
For the first time in a very, very long time, the San Diego Comic Con actually felt less crowded this year. That was also reflected in the number of people cosplaying, which was dramatically lower than last year. But while there were less costumes over all, it seemed more people went out of their way […]
I’m a fan of Phil Postma’s art and illustration. Projects like Star Wars: The Art of War which mashup vintage bomber decorations with Star Wars make me happy. Postma’s latest is just as good and also nice and accessible through his Redbubble store where you can buy the Monsters of the Universe! designs as t-shirts […]
I don’t think anyone would mess with the girls from Frozen… especially not after those waves of guilt and remorse turned Elsa to the Dark Side. And she completed her Sith training. This fantastic piece is by Sean / Raiko Art over at Deviant Art.
Edward Pun is an independent comic creator responsible for titles like Atomic Lead and Betsy Mae Bite. This illustration, shared last year, is a Dr Who / Wizard of Oz mashup. The idea came to Pun when he imaged Clara as Dorothy and a Cyberman as the Tin Man. Edward Pun illustrated William Harms’ Shotgun […]