For his ongoing “Playing With History” series, Australian graphic artist Kode Logic takes iconic photos from history and pop culture and blends them with everything from X-Men to Mortal Kombat. Take a look.
Nightmare Fuel: Greg Capullo’s ‘Batman’ Covers In GIF Form
If you missed issue #1 of Detective Comics, Joker has Dollmaker cut his face off because of super villain reasons. This is what comics will look like within the next 10 years when everything’s printed on GIF paper. Boobies in comics are ridiculous enough. Can you imagine them with GIF jiggle? Can’t. Wait.
Want to know how I got these scars, you do?
Yoda as The Joker by Guilherme Batista. It’s a mash-up so awesome I wonder why no one’s done it before.
Daily Graffiti: Joker Edition
Heath Ledger’s Joker Inspired By Singer-Songwriter Tom Waits?
Watch the interview below and judge for yourselves. Ledger and Waits were both in Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus back in 2009, so it’s possible.
A Little Bit On The Fashionable Side: John Woo (not the director) is a designer and illustrator from Hong Kong who throws geekiness and high fashion into a blender to make a delicious cocktail dubbed the “He Wears" series. Get prints of everyone from Edward Scissorhands to Darth Vader wearing outfits from Number (N)ine, Thom Browne, A.P.C., Supreme, and other assorted labels.
Limited to editions of 100, each 13”x19” print comes signed and numbered. Get them on Etsy for $60.
Paint the Town
Just putting all my cards on the table, it’s hard to get through the day knowing that Batman: Arkham City is just waiting for me all alone at home. Until then, here’s a watercolor gallery of the Bat-characters by Rob Duenas.
Daily Graffiti: Fresh-to-death Joker graffiti by DROP HPC-ANC straight from the cover of The Killing Joke aka one of the greatest Batman stories of all time.