People from all walks of life are searching for Pokémon right now, but believe it or not, there are still some people out there who actually don’t know a thing about Pokémon. And they aren’t in remote jungles in the Amazon either.
You’ve probably done doodles with a single continuous line while talking to someone on the phone, but Star Wars geek Sam Hallows took it to a whole other level by crafting these intricate drawings of Star Wars, each with a single line.
Plants vs. Zombies has very adorable plants, but I wouldn’t mind a spin-off featuring a new character that used the plants as firearms as long as they look as awesome as these concept art by Fellipe Martins.
After comparing web browsers to forms of transportation, cartoonist/T-shirt designer Caldwell Tanner took a look at some of the most popular websites on the Internet and paired them with the heroes of the Justice League. Look!
Redditor jwc1138 came up with an astonishing save the date for his wedding, using his spectacular drawing skills to integrate his and his fiancé’s face into the cover of a Spider-Man comic. Short of wearing a Spidey costume to the wedding, I think it’s the ultimate display of geekiness from an amazing comic book fan.
The art is based on the cover of the Amazing Spider-man #131, drawn by Gil Kane and inked by Frank Giacola.