Fantastic Four was a huge mess in every way. Even its marketing wasn’t exactly dynamic and exciting, its posters full of a sullen Fantastic Four glaring out at you. But oh, what might have been, if we take a look at the art of Dave Rapoza, who helped plan Fox’s original ideas for the film’s posters.
Imagine a world where that Gnoll you killed in your last tabletop RPG had a life of his own. The dungeon’s just a day job—there’s a girlfriend waiting for him after a hard day’s gnolling. Want to know more about him outside of what loot he has when you whack him? Steve Lichman is the comic for you.
Take a journey to Eternia, where He-Man's bruised and battered enemies are a little worse for wear. And these realistic takes on Skeletor and his crew show off every rip, wrinkle, and tear.
What if Shredder, Splinter, Rocksteady and Bebop were real? What if the toxic ooze that created the 90s action film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles spilled into the sewers today? The results would probably look a lot like this.