No Country For Old Scooby-Doo


Don't know how I missed this one when it came out, or that No Country For Old Men has been out for over three years. Where does the pop culture time go?

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Anton Chigurh-Dooby Doo
Scooby, Scooby John Hughes, Where Are You?
Velma The Vampire Hunter

A Perfectly Cromulent Alphabet


I love this alphabet, but I may have to turn in my Simpsons credentials as I'm stumped by Y. Had a tough time with X and Z too, but finally sussed them out. What has happened to me?! (Simphabet by Fabian Gzlez)

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We’re On A Mission From God


The Blues Brothers as a Grand Theft Auto spinoff? You know the soundtrack would be cool. (GTA featuring Blues Brothers by Jimiyo)

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Heroes VS Zombies Roller Derby

The poster by Dean Reeves for the upcoming Calgary Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo Roller Derby, which I'm sure will be awesome but not quite as awesome as Wonder Woman battling zombies, though they do seem distinctly at a disadvantage. This one's for you, Andrea.

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Alien vs. Predator Babies


Who knew their rivalry went back to the nursery. Anywho, those are are some ugly babies. (Alien vs. Predator at ufunk; link via Geek-Art)

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The All New Adventures Of Mr. B

After leaving his co-dependent relationship with Ernie, Bert bulked up and broke out as his own as Mr. B. I pity the fool who doesn't love pigeons. (Mr. B by Steven Dressler, created for Planet Pulp's Saturday morning cartoons theme.)

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8-Bit Little Shop Of Horrors


"Cause if you feed me, Seymour, I can grow up big and strong." (8-bit little shop of horrors by Dann Matthews, via Gamefreaks)

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It's Astro Mega Robo Iron Gadget Prime Time Fools!


"Just thought I'd take some of meh fav 80's cybernetic and robotic characters and temporarily team them up for no apparent reason other than kicking a multitude of ass," says kizer180. I support this kind of random pairing and demand more of it, internet!

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Go Go Vitruvian Inspector Gadget
If Stark Industries Had Created Astroboy...
Mystery Machine Transformer

If You Can Find Them... Maybe You Can Hire The Steampunk A-Team


"In 1872, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the steampunk underground. Today, still wanted by the government they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them... maybe you can hire The A-Steam." (The A-Steam by Diego Pedauyé at riptapparel)

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It Rubs The Lotion On Its Skin


Ahh, so that's how Luke Chueh makes his paintings! (The Vengeance Of Luke Chueh by Dave MacDowell)

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Mickey Mouse Meth Club


The Many Faces of Mickey after he discovered meth by tokyosexwhale and the Orlando Drug Enfacement Administration.

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The Last Last Last Last Last Last Supper


I used to think that the Last Supper took place the day before Good Friday, but I have been reliably informed by my colleague @holycharlie that it actually takes place on Wednesday. But seeing as the rest of you are likely as theologically misinformed as I am that I should point out my ridiculously large (though not complete) collection of pop culture Last Supper parodies and the Last Supper tag. They're sacrilicious!

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Suddenly Last Supper
How To Tell Your Kids About The Easter Bunny
Battlestar Galact-egg-a

Piece Of Charlie Sheen's Mind


Nice to see that Charlie Sheen has a fall back as Iron Maiden's mascot Eddie. Or perhaps Dave MacDowell just sees where Sheen's Torpedo of Truth is headed.

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The Three Little Pigs And The Big Bad Lawyer


He huffed and he puffed and he…signed an eviction notice. (Brick House by Savage Chickens)

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Goldilocks Is A Villain
Bloody Red Riding Hood
Inappropriate Little Golden Books

The Cuddly, Teutonic Herzogalot-Bear


Your children will love Herzogalot-Bear as he lulls them to sleep with tales of natures relentless brutality. (From Brandon Bird)

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Revenge of the Damsels


"At Magic Maggie’s School For The Feminine And Fictional, we wholeheartedly believe that no women’s safety should ever depend on whether or not she’s kissed a frog. A woman should never have to lock her self-worth away in a tower of co-dependence as she waits for some prince to unlock her potential. Instead, we teach our ladies to be their own heroes by giving them the skills they’ll need to face any cunning creature or horrible witch that comes their way." (via shirt.woot)

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The Frakkin Toasters: By Your Command


"Humanity's Children have come back ... to rock the human race! Caprica 6 and her Cylon bandmates are coming to conquer your hearts and minds with their latest album "By Your Command". Armed with poppy hooks and shredding guitar solos, songs like "Are You Alive?" and "Skin Job" will have your spine glowing red faster than a squadron of viper pilots can say FRAK!"

Click through for joebot's (Joey Spiotto) creation process. Also for sale at his Etsy store.


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A Day AT The AT-ST Park


Aw, those walkers sure are cute when they're little! (A Day in the Park by Tom Ledin)

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I've Got A Golden Ticket


"Oompa loompa doompadee doo / I've got another puzzle for you / Oompa loompa doompadee dee / If you are wise you'll listen to me."

Francesco Francavilla takes a minimalist, chocolaty look at Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for Comic Twart.

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Pokemon Fight Club


"The first rule of Poke-Fight Club is you do not talk about Poke-Fight Club. I guess Pikachu just wanted to destroy something beautiful." (By Kevin Bolk)

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Ming Of The Hill

Can't wait for FOX's revival of King of the Hill as a Flash Gordon crossover with Ming the Merciless. I think Dale Gribble would make an excellent second-in-command (Via tokyosexwhale)

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The Choice Is Made! The Traveller Has Come!


"I tried to think of the most harmless thing. Something I loved from my childhood. Something that could never, ever possibly destroy us. Mr. Stay Puft." (Who Ya' Gunna Call? by Dave MacDowell for Lowbrow Love Letter)

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This Could Just Be His Worst Christmas Card Idea Yet


Ha ha, Courtney must be spinning in Kurt's grave. Heart-Shaped Box literal video by dascottjr.

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Best Civil War Reenactment Ever


Of course even I'm not sure what Slave Leia's role would have been, but the Stormtroppers, Ghostbusters and pirates make total sense. Damn history classes, always lying to us. (Star Wars Blog via Fashionably Geek)

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Back To The Futurama


I would watch this movie, even though the movies they did were mostly meh. If it was anything like Roswell That Ends Well it would be amazing. (Unreality via Geek Mythology)

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Big Lebowski Monopoly


Stranger knocks you out and steals your rug. PASS OUT. Do not observe Shabbos.

Samzo has created a ridiculously detailed Big Lebowski Monopoly game, with property, Community Chest (Briefcase) and Chance (White Russian) cards. (Hat tip to John Farrier of Neatorama)

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Wanted: Back To The Future 3


Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen: What's your name, dude?
Marty McFly: Uh, Mar- Eastwood. Clint Eastwood.
Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen: What kind of stupid name is that?

Dave Williams goes western with his poster for Back to the Future 3. Check out his takes on one and two.

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Scissorhands Salon


Edward Scissorhands would have made a great goth hairdresser - he just needed to get out of the suburbs. Colin Jack's addition to the 20th anniversary Edward Scissorhands tribute.

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Anton Chigurh-Dooby Doo


And if it wasn't for you meddling kids I would have won that coin toss. Hmmm, Anton Chigurh really would make the perfect Scooby Doo villain.

From Josh Cooley, who has been wondering about odd Scooby Doo guest stars, and he's taking suggestions for who to draw next.

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The Illustrious Omnibus Of Super Powers


"A taxonomic tree of over 100 wondrous powers and abilities, with over 200 superheroes and supervillains." Pop Chart Lab once again takes the crown for obsessive pop culture nerdery. Bravo! Head to their site for the super ability to purchase this poster.

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Darlin' Don't You Go And Cut Your Hair
I Like My Beer Cold, My TV Loud And My Inforgraphics Massive
Periodic Table of Typefaces

Be Excellent To Each Other


"Fourscore and seven minutes ago... we, your forefathers, were brought forth upon a most excellent adventure conceived by our new friends, Bill... and Ted. These two great gentlemen are dedicated to a proposition which was true in my time, just as it's true today. Be excellent to each other. And... PARTY ON, DUDES!"

Glen Brogan's Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure piece for the Autumn Society and Gallery 1988's 3B show. Check out the other two, which are definitely not bogus.

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Angry Rebels


"With teamwork and well aimed attacks on key weak points, these Angry Rebels are sure to bring down those Evil Imperial Pigs." (Angry Rebels by SevenHundred; Link via Fashionably Geek)

Holy Trivia, Batman!


"Unless a contestant can rack up never-before-seen perfect score of $566,400 in a special live broadcast, a group of hidden bombs will destroy Gotham City!

The only thing that can stand in the way of complete destruction is the most off-beat team-up of all: The razor-sharp intellect of Batman and the unflappable Canadian game-show hosting skills of TV's Alex Trebek! Will a few well-chosen categories be enough to save the day, or will Trebek and Batman be facing... Final Jeopardy!?"

From Comics Alliance's Great Comics That Never Happened series, by Dr. McNinja creator Christopher Hastings, colorist Carly Monardo and Dr. K.

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Movie Parts: Back To The Forest Gump


In response to the trend of minimalist movie posters, Emma Butler decided to cram all the memorable props and details of her favourite films into her own posters. Above: Back To The Future; Below: Forrest Gump. (Via Reelizer)



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Calvin And Hobbesosaurus

Bill Waterson's original Calvin and Hobbes concept, with Hobbes as a dinosaur proved a little too violent for the comics page. (CALVIN & HOBBES by Chris Samnee)

Dante's Inferno Room: Hottest Adult Playground

Sometimes it isn't just the foreground that is iconic in a film. Illustrator Steve Dressler explores the retail side of Beetlejuice, Bill and Ted, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and Back to the Future for the Autumn Society's 3B Show.

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Make Like A Tree And Get Outta Here
Maybe You Can Hire The Pop Culture Team

We Can't Stop Here, This Is Toy Country!

As someone who watches Pixar movies on a weekly basis I can certainly appreciate this crossover/mashup, as I have too wondered what one of the Cars would think if someone was inside them. I think Lightning McQueen's expression tells me all I need to know. (Mike's New Car by Gashi-gashi)

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A Superheroes ABC


I think I know a four-year old that's going to be an incredibly happy boy soon. Now I just have to make sure I can name all the letters — I have to admit I had to look a couple of them up. (ABC Superheroes by Fabian Gonzalez. Thanks Shane.)

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Mecha Powerpuff Girls!


When the Powerpuff Girls weren't enough to defend Townsville, Professor Utonium need to add robotics to his concoction of Chemical X , sugar, spice and everything nice. (Seoro.O via Comics Alliance)

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Where No Pixel Has Gone Before


Can you name all 235 of these pixelated Star Trek characters? I know I can't, but if you are that steeped in Trek you can win a print of this from artist John Martz and Koyama Press. Head to his site for details. (Link via Comics Alliance)

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