These Ninja Turtles by Deviant Art user Chochi are quite cool and even come with come with an alternate origin story:
Via The Ping Zone
Not much time thought I’d share this though, TMNT Socks from 80’s Tees only $25, I assume you get all four?
Something something something, insert joke about “The Foot Clan” here.
How did I not know that Lego were releasing a slew of TMNT playsets! These looks awesome! And there are loads of them! The re-emergence of 90’s kids TV shows sexed up for modern kids is a good thing in my opinion, and apparently the new Nickelodeon TMNT series is actually quite good.
Many more pics after the break… Continue reading “Lego Ninja Turtles Playsets!”
Found this pretty cool TMNT beanie on Etsy by lpatch13:
Both Ninja Turtle beanie & eye mask are handmade with 100% acrylic yarn with my very own pattern! The hat and eye mask are 2 seperate pieces that can be worn over your eyes or pulled back on top of head/beanie. The eye mask is a complete circle made to wrap around head/face (but can also be made to connect in the back with velcro if specified).
The same shop also has sells a Castle Crashers Beanie:
That mannequin is really creepy…
I did say yesterday that I had seen a couple of images on NinjaInk’s page that I wanted to blog, here are some Nouveau images of classic kids TV shows (and Samus from Metroid and I think a Twilight Zone inspired one) each image links to the deviant art page for the image.
Entitled Plastic Heroes by Chris McVeigh (Tumblr) (Redbubble) (Twitter) This T-Shirt pretty much sums up my childhood, He-Man, Bat Man, Thundercat, the Smurfs, GI Joe, Transformers, Lego, TMNT, Star Wars, and Voltron. (I never was a WWF fan…)
It is made of awesome… And makes me want to re-watch all of these shows.
via Rampaged Reality.
You may have noticed I like crossover art, I also like Transformers and Ninja Turtles, and I like this image of Krang taking control of Optimus Prime by artist Marco D’Alfonso as well as his Mega Man/ Mario Crossover pictured bellow. It’s actually worth looking at his Deviant Art page he has a hell of a lot of cross over art there.
via Rampaged Reality.
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Two posts about Artist Jeffery Thomas (… I noticed while looking at his gallery that he had a set of lovely “Twisted Disney Princesses” in his gallery…
Click on the images below for the full size images, I’ve copied over his notes about each of the images so you can see the background “story” he’s contrived for the image… Or you could just go to the gallery on Deviant Art.
Related and still on a Disney vibe see his Sorcerer’s Apprentice/The Apprentice from the force Unleashed mashup…
Suffice it to say that this person will never get a job as a teacher…
I’m not one for getting tattoos myself, I’m far to capricious and know full well that whatever element of popular culture that amuses me enough to inspire a desire to permanently scrawl a reference to it onto my skin is usually fleeting.
However I do like the fact that other people are more than happy to cover themselves in tattoos seemingly for my amusement. Though this portal tattoo is pretty cool I I’m not entirely sure about the placement. It could be worse… He/She could have tattooed “Krang” from the Teenage Mutant Ninja/Hero Turtles on his/her belly… No one would be silly enough to to that thought would they…
Portal Tattoo via FashionablyGEEK
Krang Tattoo was doing the rounds on the internet yesterday but today is from Geekologie