Many of you may be familiar with the Little Golden Books from Random House and their particular design is one that instantly invokes a wave of nostalgia.
In what has now become a seasonal tradition for artist Mike Maihack, we see how Batgirl and best pal, Supergirl, spend the holidays in these adorable mini-comics.
Here's a small portion of the comic that artist Dean Trippe has been working on for the last year, his childhood confessional piece, Something Terrible.
Pedro called himself the last repairmen, keeping his skills sharp by fixing every camera, toaster, and neon sign he could scavenge. He didn't have the heart to call himself what he secretly suspected he was—the last human on Earth. A wasteland image by Robin Olausson.
Isamu Sasagawa just might be the greatest towel artist in Japan, if not the entire Earth.
With Halloween round the corner I'm going to go to the opposite end of the spectrum and show some cute instead of terror. Gabe Rose is an exceptionally talented artist but these pop culture inspired chibis he draws are to die for so maybe these are appropriate for this time of the year after all, especially the Green…
Japanese artist Marlboro creates tributes to his favourite Hayao Miyazaki films in the style Alphonse Mucha, with amazing results.
Pixiv user marlboro creates richly detailed portraits of the characters from Hayao Miyazaki's films. Each art nouveau-flavored illustration is packed with images and symbols from each movie.
When you inspect this year's Halloween haul, make sure that you watch out for these sugary little monsters. This candy can be extremely bad for your health.
Another day, another snap-shot of the Justice League before the got hormones and too many powers!
You may remember Ninjabot from their superhero Origins Kickstarter earlier in the year. Now the geek art printing company have turned their attentions to the Walking Dead in a new series of posters.
You remind me of the babe. You know, the babe with the power. I assume that's why I was inspired to round up some of the best fan art on the web inspired by Jim Henson's 1986 fantasy movie, and starring a young Jennifer Connelly, a perfectly cast David Bowie, and an intimidating bulge in Bowie's tights.
Jake would make a good Jaeger, I think. Alas, this this illustration by Larry Quach isn't directly connected to Pacific Rim—it's just Adventure Time as a mecha show—but still. Your mind goes there too, right?
Awesome print by comic artist Rob Paolucci,unfortunately no information about whether you can buy it or not!