This series of art prints created by Jason Heuser carries a similar tone to the novel turned feature film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Note: Some titles have been modified from their original representation.
A "somewhat-mostly-accurate educational parody" video by Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis which also stars Elden Henson, Morgan Krantz and Ron Howard. See how and why DC Comics' biggest crossover event of the 90's helped cause the downfall of comicbookdom.
Being nominated for an Academy Award for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and co-starring in one of the most anticipated films of the year, The Dark Knight Rises, 2012 has been full of proud moments for the seasoned actor; but this might not count as one of them as Oldman gives his dramatic treatment to Snooki urinating on herself.
Scenes from the most popular animated incarnation of DC Comics' Dark Knight play to the audio track of the much talked about trailer of director Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated third Batman film, which hits theaters this summer.
The 90's pop culture figures, which recently had a new MTV series spearheaded by Mike Judge, are given the real world treatment by Makeup Effects Artist Kevin Kirkpatrick (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides).
Ever wonder what William Shatner would look like in Avatar, James Dean in Drive or Sean Connery in The Fifth Element? Well wonder no more as these wonderfully photoshopped images quench our pulp cinema thirst with a modernized twist.
The televised future of the comedy series may be in limbo but that doesn't stop some fans from having fun with the characters played by Joel McHale, Donald Glover, Jim Rash, Ken Jeong and Chevy Chase. If you're a fan of the show or the 90's version of Marvel Comics' X-Men team, you should get a kick out of this.