When artist Gene Guilmette was asked to draw a page of The Walking Dead with Muppets, he came up with this brilliant idea. He cast both Statler and Waldorf as the Governor, and placed other Muppets in their fish tanks.
This is simply one of the most perfect things we have seen all day: Harley Quinn inventing her own lyrics to Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart." Now it's "Total Collapse of the Bat," with the recurring lyric "Love my clown." This song will be stuck in our heads all day.
Night after night, Batman faces Gotham's most fearsome criminals: gangsters, lunatics, and supervillains. And while he may take the occasional pummeling, he manages to survive those long nights. Or does he?
Richard Belzer has played Detective John Munch in numerous TV shows, from Homicide: Life on the Street and Law & Order to The X-Files and 30 Rock. But what if he appeared in a superhero series, perhaps with a superpowered partner?
The Devourer of Worlds becomes even more nightmarish in this fan art mashup.
In this week's The Line It Is Drawn art challenge, Comic Book Resources asked artists to draw superheroes as characters in popular newspaper comic strips. And so the X-Men invade Family Circus, Thor takes the place of Hagar the Horrible, and Bat-Snoopy leads a merry band of Woodstock Robins.
Normally, Hank Venture doesn't dress as any superhero other than Batman, but he's making an exception in this piece by Josh Gowdy. See what other mashed-up hijinks Team Venture is getting up to.
Last week's edition of the always stellar The Line It is Drawn art mashup series at Comics Should Be Good made the Fantastic Four as big as the Beatles. The brilliant fanartists took up the challenge of CSBG readers to place superheroes on album covers, casting the Teen Titans as Gorillaz, the various Robins as the…
Some people like their romantic comedies with a heaping scoop of blood. This past week, CBR's The Line it is Drawn paid dubious tribute to the wonders of love by asking their guest artists to draw comic book characters coupled up. Some of the fictional pairings enjoyed romantic rooftop dates while others painted the…