Metropolis 11 x 17 Print
A scene from the 1927 film Metropolis, this depicts a direct frame of the film where Rotwang (the inventor) displays his newest creation, a human-imitating robotic wonder to Joh Fredersen.
Dexter works for the video game world record organization Parallel Universes and he has more VHS tapes of player scores than he can handle. When Dexter drifts off while watching a high score attempt, he finds the game has come to life and he is in the middle of a new 8-Bit reality.
News > DC, Marvel, Star Wars, and More Redesigned
DC, Marvel, Star Wars, and More Redesigned
By: Brad Hodson
Here at CrankLeft, we cherish and praise creativity and ingenuity. It is, of course, because of this that I can't get enough of these redesigns by artist Denis Medri. On his blog, Medri has taken to creating old west, steampunk, and even 80s high school versions of some old favorites like the heroes and villains of DC and Marvel comics and Star Wars.
While all of the images he has up are just colored sketches, his style and ideas are rather addictive. If you're on this site right now reading this, get on over to his blog immediately! This is some fantastic fan art and its extensiveness really shows Medri's dedication and love for the crafts. And get ready to spend several long hours browsing his collection... I did.
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Bukeey and his troop go on a hike, deep into the woods, where they find danger, adventure, and several new friends.
Four Knaves Print
Jack Torrance, Jack Skellington, Jack Burton, and Jack Sparrow.