Most Overwatch characters are not related to each other, but as far as the community is concerned? The roster might as well be a big ‘ol family. Soldier 76, with his grumpy gruffness and ample experience in the field, is of course the dad.
When it comes to popular franchises, Game of Thrones and Star Wars are definitely on the top tier. If you’ve ever wondered about a potential crossover between the two, look no further. One talented artist has illustrated a gorgeous series putting some of the biggest names on Game of Thrones into a galaxy far, far away.
Mark Zuckerberg, who made a fortune turning his own social anxieties into a website, is an odd person to fawn over. He’s not a great public speaker. His motivations are questionable. And he copied his fashion sensibilities from a likely sociopath. And yet! Some members of Facebook are enamored with him. So much so…
Chris Skinner has an incredible eye for drama and excitement. The freelance illustrator from Sheffield, England has created some of the most vivid and insane movie art we’ve seen in ages. Including some deep cuts, like Quatermass, and some truly vivid Godzilla action.
One of the glorious things about the Internet is how easy it is for fans of certain stories to share the fiction, comics, illustrations, and movies that they’ve created themselves. And sometimes, that fiction is as great as (or brilliantly skewers) the official works that inspired it. What are your favorite fan works?
Animator James Strecker imagined what the upcoming superhero film Batman V. Superman might look if the movie was made in the style of the DC Animated Universe. So he played with the visual style and audio of DCAU TV shows and movies to remake the trailer.
The Game of Thrones TV show is already a stunning adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books, but people have been imagining the world of Westeros in their own style since long before the show aired. Here are some of our favorite fan artists inspired by both the books and the TV series.
What if Doctor Who actually had a fifth anniversary special in 1968, featuring original stars William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton... plus the War Doctor, played by movie Doctor Peter Cushing? That's the premise of this amazing art project by Colin Brockhurst.
Earth's diminutive would-be destroyer plots his next move in this perfect imperial portrait. In this picture, he's already emperor of Mars and he's ready to change the solar system to his liking.
We loved The Legend of Korra's season finale, but it left us with a profound desire to see more of Korra and Asami's adventures. Fortunately, plenty of fan artists have drawn comics and illustrations picturing the pair's life after the show ends.
There's a lot to look forward to in Batman V. Superman, and the movie debut of Wonder Woman — played by Gal Gadot — is near the top of the list. However, her outfit isn't one of them. Luckily a group of dedicated artists have taken it upon themselves to give the new Wonder Woman the wonder-ful outfit she deserves.
Can this be canon, please? We love the idea that Chris Pratt's character in Jurassic World started interacting with the Velociraptors he studies and let them climb all over him when they were just little terrors.
Akira Toriyama's iconic style has defined Dragon Ball and its various spinoff properties for years - but these incredible takes on some of the series most nefarious villains by Chinese artist Angus Yi eschew Toriyama's style in favour of some chilling realism.
Yes, while we spent yesterday screaming our heads off and then composing ourselves long enough to pick apart the mysteries of The Force Awakens' first trailer, the artists of the Internet set to work - and have already made some excellent fan art to celebrate the new movie. Here's a look at some of the coolest so far.
We've featured the amazing work of Isaiah Stephens on io9 before, and he continues to deliver some amazing stuff with these decidedly Tron-esque redesigns for the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
In 2002, it looked like we might get a Buffy the Vampire Slayer animated series, but it ultimately never materialized. This animated intro imagines the cartoon series we never got—and it's jammed with Buffy Easter eggs.