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Entries tagged: FanmadeNerd Nerd
All of a sudden they don't look horrible.
HE CAN'T SEE WITHOUT HIS GLASSES!
When fandom doesn't get it.
It's a joke short... sort of.
This image got a Badass Digest writer's Twitter account suspended!
Two minutes of nicely done slomo.
Film Crit Hulk's Twitter observation sparked a big display of creativity from the Badass Digest readership!
What if Marvel made a line of AVENGERS-themed sex toys? They might look a little something... like this.
Why are there so many songs about ninjas?
The reigning tyrant of pop imagined as the reigning tyrant of the Seven Kingdoms.
Here's something revolutionary: female superheroes who aren't dressed like strippers.
Lance's Oprah interview has been re-edited so that he sings Radiohead's hit song, Creep.
A fanmade trailer shows us how an Abrams-helmed EMPIRE might have been sold.
The world-building game has been harnessed to build the capitol of Westeros!
Fake geek wars continue in this animated short.
A fanmade trip through the history of the franchise.. in blocky, Lego-like figures.
You've never seen a Leeloo quite like this one.
Not safe for life. Safe for work, though.
This crazy guy, if we're being honest.
A packed portrait of just about every character, critter and craft to appear in the original STAR TREK!
When memes collide, meaning is often lost. A short history of dumb Last Supper/pop culture mash-ups.
Artist Brad McGinty gives us cross-sections of movie monsters.
90s kids: give it up.
What if they made a line of toys for John Carpenter's THE THING in 1982? The ad might have looked like this.
He makes monsters. They're monsters from your childhood. Mash em up and...
Possible AVENGERS spoilers within, in case you haven't seen the third highest-grossing movie in history yet.
I'm asking seriously. I can't tell any longer.
Gaze upon a digital painting depicting the heroes and creatures of science fiction television, circa the 70s and 80s.
An excellent poster for James Whale's classic film.
The Hero Gotham Needs Right Now, Not The One It Deserves
The ultimate Gene Simmonsmobile
It started with a classic trilogy of movies that inspired an Olly Moss poster that inspired this animated tribute!
Aaron Sorkin has some phrases he likes to use, and they pop up again and again and again and again in his work. Here's a supercut of them.
One person's attempt to connect the links in the Stephen King universe. Let's fill in the gaps together.
Watch an incredibly charming Spidey movie from 1969.
Gorgeous fake book covers for pulp versions of three classic films.
A reimagined, animated opening to the original STAR TREK series.
A guy is making an animated watercolor version of Ridley Scott's BLADE RUNNER.
Wes Anderson's wonderful movie inspires some fan art.
A clev er retro poster imagines Ridley Scott's latest as a rollicking space adventure.
The superhero team-up isn't just a hit at the box office, it's impacting the pop culture.
An Iron Man cosplay that kind of boggles the mind.
Oh shit, are we now going to see a glut of rotoscoped things online? Probably not, because this took 400 HOURS.
The long-awaited finale to the adaptation of REQUEIM FOR A DREAM using only Cathy comics!
ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN set to the strains of the Beastie Boys' Sabotage.
Piracy reaches across IP lines to bring together many franchises in one t-shirt.
They got every freckle right.
Bunk, McNulty, Omar, Bubbles and Kima become tiny wind-up figures.
It's rough around the edges, but it gives you a better sense of the film.
Finally, the Masked Mallard done more realistically.
She has one good boob, one evil boob.
Sometimes you don't need a movie to settle in and you decide you want it immortalized on your flesh immediately after seeing it.
It's no zombie-fighting engagement photoset, but it's pretty cool.
Sue me, I love puns.
These handmade figures argue 'Yes.'
A STAR WARS van is yours for just 12 grand.
Moses' run rendered as an old school video game.
A painstakingly handmade Swan Station playset for Mego-style LOST figures.
The most romantic slacker love story of our time inspires nerdy couples when it comes time to invite people to their nuptials.
Walter White edition Chuck Taylor sneakers? Why doesn't this actually exist?
Please spay/neuter your dog, cat or dire wolf.
Every time I think I’ve seen the worst tattoo ever, the internet one-ups itself.
A fanmade Hobbes plush doll raises the question: why hasn’t anyone really sold these?
A glimpse into the sad heart of Gordon Shumway.
Roll the dice, leave your Vault and buy some real estate in the Capital Wasteland.
Little Nemo shouldn’t have taken the brown acid before going to bed.
What if your favorite characters from George RR Martin’s A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE series got tooned up?
Wait, this isn’t a minimalist design! There are no STAR WARS characters in it! Who allowed this on the web?
Some LEGEND OF ZELDA nonsense to get you through a Sunday afternoon.
What if Criterion did the entire POTTER series?
Hey, at least you haven’t been rapping about FIREFLY.
Turn your bed into the Satellite of Love.
Everybody needs a hobby.
In 1971 Ray Glasser was filming STAR TREK adventures all his own.
Tristan Reidfort imagines what a PORTAL 2 movie poster would look like, had it been made in the 70s.
TREK nerds repair the damage to the STAR TREK timeline using a secret weapon.
Fire up the NES and blow on the ZARDOZ game cartridge.
Scott Pilgrim vs the Baseball Furies.
What if gang in The Mystery Machine met Don Draper?
What if the greatest comedians got their own comic books? Plus: a look back at some comics in comics.
One man creates an exacting replica of the Muppet Show Theater for his toys.
A really strange, kind of sexy fan trailer for a non-existent ELFQUEST movie.
Mixing JD Salinger and Bob Kane produces remarkable results.
What if X-MEN: FIRST CLASS had a (mostly) era-appropriate opening credits sequence?
Edgar Wright dug an old VHS mash up out of his archives. Watch the director’s ode to gunplay in movies, circa the early 90s.
A comparison of cinematic sandworms plays down the size of DUNE’s big makers.
A prolific action figure modder returns to Frank Herbert’s original novel for his line of DUNE toys.
Here’s what you would pull out of your wallet if you worked for Wayne Enterprises.
The THOR poster gets the full THE SOCIAL NETWORK treatment.
Paul Atreides rides the back of a crochet sandworm!
A rare great mashup video that postulates a bloody alien invasion sequel to ET!
Four favorite PLANET OF THE APES characters, recreated in Lego!
A peek into the mind of Batman fandom through THE DARK KNIGHT RISES fan art.
AXE COP, the greatest comic strip ever written about a cop with an axe, gets a fantastic fan film.
A wonderful piece of art inspired by Darren Aronofsky’s latest work of genius.
Fan-made Minimates celebrate the Bruce Willis scifi cult phenomenon.
Yippie Kay Yay, Christmaslover.