Christopher Stoll has just entirely stolen my heart with this image: That’s Disney’s Pocahontas as Captain America, if you needed the nudge. I would absolutely read this comic/watch this movie/play this video game/drunkenly buy this lego figure on ebay. Click through below and you’ll see Mulan and Snow White, and a few others. It’s also […]Read More Princess Avengers
This is my favorite Kickstarter ever. It’s going to end in 48 hours and I need it to reach its goal. Three guys, all of whom are charmingly terrible on camera, are trying to produce six mini comics. The name Mini Comics Included refers to the old-school marketing ploy of including a mini comic in […]Read More Mini Comics Kickstarter
It’s hard to come up with an original title for a story 24 hours old. Disney bought Lucasfilm. There are so many reactions to this that within minutes of word hitting the Internet, the traffic made hurricane Sandy seem like a Spring shower. The funniest reaction I came across was easily, “Disney is going to […]Read More A Long Time Ago In A Steamboat Far, Far Away
Like many Smitch comics, this one is inspired by real events. view as PNG or PDFRead More Happy Hollowing!
Art by omgwerhvngafire_sale Click here for a much larger version. I’ve stared at this for over 30 minutes now and I keep finding new things. Troy and Abed, Flight of the Conchords, the Three Amigos, the Duck Hunt dog, Ace Ventura, Tobias Funke, crazy Ron Swanson petting Lil Sebastian, Cyclops making eyes at Leela, Pac-Man chasing […]Read More Reddit user omgwerhvngafire_sale made the greatest pixel art you’ll ever see
The ancient nerd-forum topic of which actors should play our favorite heroes seems to be re-energized now that Christopher Nolan’ s Batman series has wrapped up. His producer credit on Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, and the Nightwing/Robin/Batman Jr tease of The Dark Knight Rises, and the success of the laboriously hyped Avengers movie has convinced […]Read More Age Appropriate Justice League Casting
Aaron Diaz of Dresden Codak decided to create another of his famous reboots. Here’s the premise: I wanted to make an X-Men reboot that plays to the strength of the concepts, namely growing up as a teenager, dealing with those who are different and how to deal with those who hate you. The primary change […]Read More The Next Mutation
Love him or not, this is a good speech. Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012 on Vimeo on VimeoRead More Neil Gaiman’s Commencement Address