If you asked me to create a Super Smash Bros-esque roster of characters from my favorite games, comic books, and other works of fiction, it might look something like this (except there’s no Jaws, merchant from RE4, or 4th wall-breaking Grant Morrison, but maybe someday…). Jamal’s stylistic portraits of some of geekdom’s all-time greats reminds me of a fighting game I’ve only ever played in my dreams.
It’s a well known fact that the one thing Batman didnt spend 7 years training for was a sense of humor, but that’s only until you get to know him! The truth is, even someone as smart as Bruce Wayne would have to be able to take a look at his life and laugh at how over-the-top ridiculous it was. Tumblr artist notalkingplz also trained for 7 years in the art of irreverent sketches, you can check out his work at any of the links below for more asskicking and brain-flaying doodles.
It’s a multiversal free-for-all with this series of mismatched yet intertwining opponents by Danilo, finally visualizing that ages-old fanboy dispute of who would win in a fight between Superman and the Pope?
A badass spacecraft, properly outfitted with warp technology, can get you anywhere in the universe, but imagination can you get everywhere else. Jay Parker may not have a spaceship (that I know of), but he’s got creativity in cosmic proportions. He recently kicked off a Kickstarter to fund an official sketchbook that’s already achieved escape velocity and reached its funding goal, though you can still donate if you want some extra goodies.