Category Archives: Fan Art

Pac-Man Coaster Set

Artist, Sara Passamonti, has found a good use for the smaller pieces of tile or stone that are often wasted after being cut off larger pieces, turn them into Pac-Man coasters. Sure, they could really be any type of coasters, … Continue reading


Pixel Bead Joust Arcade Cabinet

I do not have much in the way of visual artistic talent, but I have always enjoyed working with brick toys. So I have been considering trying to make some video game pixel art from Pixel Beads. Because of this, … Continue reading


Boba Fett and his Luck Dragon

Called “A Boy and his Dog” by its artist, Hillary White, this might be the first mash-up of The NeverEnding Story and Star Wars I have seen (hopefully more will follow). It put a huge smile on my face when … Continue reading


Retro Style Super Nintendo Poster

This SNES doesn’t look anything like any SNES I ever played with, but I feel that just adds to the charm. The artist, Vasiliy Gromov, give it sort of a prototype feel. Which makes me wish that just maybe in … Continue reading


E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Horror Trailer

I always knew that E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial had some dark undertones, but who would have thought it would make such a decent horror film?


Retro 8-bit “Weird Al” Pixel Portrait

With “Weird Al” mania running wild due to the release of his new album “Mandatory Fun”, artist Al Creed though it was the perfect time to release 8-bit pixel art versions of the parody virtuoso. A modern version of Al … Continue reading


Super-Team Family Presents: The Fantastic Four…And The Transformers?!

We’ve shared some of the fantastic artwork from the Super-Team Family blog once or twice before but when I found this piece of fan art presenting that time that Optimus Prime appeared before the members of the Fantastic Four to … Continue reading


Gerald Parel’s Man-At-Arms Is Simply Awe-Inspiring!

So many emotions hit me while gazing at Gerald Parel’s Masters of the Universe fan art, they truly leap off the monitor with life, menace, adventure, and in the case of the Man-At-Arms illustration below…with glorious action. Make sure to … Continue reading


Samus and the Metroid Busters

Imagine if Hanna Barbera had made a Metroid animated show in the 80′s. What would it have looked like, how would the characters have been portrayed? Artist Will Overton has an idea, it would look something like Samus and the … Continue reading


NES Advantage Joystick Lamp

This photo still shows it as a work in progress, but from the look of it, I think the NES Advantage makes a pretty good lamp base. It makes me want the lamp to be in matching red and white. … Continue reading


The A-Team Van & Mystery Machine Mix-Up

Don’t you hate it when you bring you van in for a simple door replacement and they put the wrong door on by mistake? That is exactly what happened to the van owned by B.A. Baracus in this piece by … Continue reading


Retro Cartoon Smash Bros.

The concept is simple and was just begging to be done. Artist, Wade “Fuzzy” Riley, spotted this image… and thought that it needed to be updated with versions of those characters from their 80s and 90s cartoons. The results will … Continue reading


“Silent Running” Art Print by Neal McCullough

I had been wanting to finish my Silent Running podcast for a while now, but I kept dragging my heals on it until I saw this amazing art print by Neal McCullough that stirred up all sorts of feelings about … Continue reading


The Thundercats / Voltron mashup you didn’t know you needed!

I discovered this rather nice piece from artist Khobra whilst browsing around Tumblr and I don’t really know what to make of it. I’m a big Thundercats fan but never really found a place in my heart for Voltron. This … Continue reading


Planet of the Apes: Trophies By Jason Edmiston Reminds Us Why We Should Fear The Ape Revolution!

With Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in Theaters today…and not being able to see it until next week I’ll just have to satisfy my need to root on Caesar and his armies this weekend by looking at fantastic … Continue reading