Chronotrigger Winnie The Pooh Crossover

Artists should make their signatures easier to read… It took me 4 attempts at figuring out what the artist who drew this picture I found on Reddit’s surname. Her name is Sylvia T. Leung (Not Leary, Leany or  Learg they don’t exist or don’t draw images about ChronoTrigger).

But I like to do my due diligence, so I found her profile on Deviant Art, she’ s done another rough image of the same characters:

Tetris Behind the Scenes

Let the Game Continue (04.10)

This image by Eduardo San Gil explains what is happening behind the scenes when you play a game of Tetris to generate the seemingly random stream of blocks. It was designed for a Threadless T-Shirt which I can’t seem to find anymore. But I did see that someone (Profound Whatever to be specific) had made a simulacrum of the image in Lego:

Let the Game Continue

I also noted this pretty cool Kill Bill Princes Peach crossover image:
She Wants Revenge (08.10)

Marie Antoinette TARDIS Dress


What do you do when you oreder fabric to make a Marie Antoinette dress but you get the wrong colour? Particularly if that colour happens to be TARDIS blue? I don’t follow the cosplay scene but apparently Kelldar is a big name in it. She’s made a lovely TARDIS/Marie Antoinette crossover dress, you can even see inside the TARDIS!

Here it is again with a guy in a TARDIS suit photo bombing her:

Tatakae Chou Samurai Seimeitai! Transformers Samurai

Tatakae Chou Samurai Seimeitai! by ninjaink<br /><br /><br />
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<p>&#8220;Tatakae Chou Samurai Seimeitai&#8221; is a ukiyo-e wood block print from around the Sengoku era. This particular design tells a warrior’s tale of an epic battle between good and evil, one that carries over into the modern day. Though this appears to be a typical feud between opposing samurai, there is more to this print than meets the eye.</p><br /><br />
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One of the most iconic scenes of the original Transformers TV show was the battle between Optimus Prime and Megatron on top of the Hoover Dam. Artist NinjaInk whose work I’ve posted here before has recreated this scene by replacing the main characters with samurai armour.

You can buy this T-Shirt from RedBubble for £16. This isn’t the first time I’ve posted a Transformers Samurai crossover, although the style here is completely different to the one in the image I posted by creatureBox.

Update: I should have skimmed through NinjaInks gallery before posting this, I’ve found a similar image with Snake Eyes and whoever the white ninja in Cobra was from G.I.Joe/Action Force:

Ukiyo-e woodblock depiction of a centuries-old dual between rival members of a ninja clan. The work is considered anachronistic, considering that ancient Japanese laser uzis would not be invented until years later.<br />
Arashikage No Tatakai by *ninjaink


Winter is Coming and Iron Man is Going to Kick some Lannister Ass.

I love it when it occurs to me that a mashup would be quite cool and I google for it only to find that it’s already been done. And Done well. The Original is below by Marvel artist Mark Djurdjevic.

via  GeekTyrant.

X-Game of Thrones, Genes of Ice and Fire

I like this Idea behind this most of the characters are spot on apart from Logan as Jaime Lannister… Also why is Xavier standing in the picture? He’s also dressed more like Petyr Baelish than Ned Stark…

In the land of Genosha, where the seasons are as unpredictable as the remarkable abilities of its people, the coldest season looms. A darkness is about to fall across the land, an ancient force that will turn the hearts of men to hatred and fear, even against those who would battle to protect them.

The aging King Erik Lensherr sits upon the Metal Throne, a chair pieced together from the bodies of Sentinels, the ancient and deadly robots whom legends say still roam the wilds of the North. And while Genosha’s royal court has always been a world of political manipulation and betrayal, few realize how precariously the kingdom sits on the brink of all-out war.

As our story begins, the King travels to the ancestral lands of his oldest friend, Xavier, to ask the hobbled telepath to serve as his right hand in the royal city of M’s Landing. Although Xavier is reluctant to leave his loving family behind, the call of serving the kingdom proves too great to resist, especially when the greatest dangers facing the King may be from within his own family.

The king’s wife, Emma Frost, is a merciless and calculating Queen with no love lost for her husband, and an agenda all her own. Her brother, the freakish Kurt Wagner, is both shrewd and disfigured, born with a body that inspires both revulsion and ridicule, and he has learned to rely on his wit, charm, and teleportation abilities to survive in the cutthroat world of royal politics. Protecting them is their personal guard, known only as The Logan, a fierce and deadly warrior whose adamantium lances have won countless tournaments, even when that means “accidentally” opening an opponent’s throat.

Meanwhile, Xavier’s ward Summers — an orphan, some say, or a bastard — travels to the North to pledge his services against the ever-present threat of the Morlocks, a lawless group of mutants massing quietly in the icy wilds, and the ancient threat of the Sentinels, the murderous robots whom some now say are no more than myths.

And across the sea, the rightful heir to the throne Jean Grey waits in exile. The last surviving member of a family whose legacy is fire and madness, she has the power to both manipulate the minds of men and walk in flames — but never burn. And while she seeks the Metal Throne, she will soon be heir to a greater power when she awakens the powers of the Phoenix, a creature unseen in Genosha for over a thousand years, and dangerous beyond imagining.

Danger lurks in every corner of the kingdom with rumors of the Sentinels moving once more in the North, a lost scion rising like a Phoenix in the East, and a den of vipers in the royal court moving men like chess pieces and preparing to topple the King. The fate of the entire kingdom rests on the edge of a knife, as the most powerful men and women in the world play the most dangerous game of all, where you evolve or you die.

via ComicsAlliance TV