For years The Walking Dead has been one of the most popular shows on television. Unfortunately for its fans, TV shows rarely get really beautiful, movie-quality posters made for them. So one of the show’s executive producers, Greg Nicotero, decided to change that. And he decided to rip off the best of the best.
The great thing about conventions is everyone has their own experience. For example, io9 did a tour of the Star Wars booth at New York Comic Con and certainly thought it was cool. But later in the weekend, some unsuspecting attendees got a much, much different experience.
When Randall picked up Gizmo from the antique store in Gremlins, obviously the Mogwai was the standout selection. That may not be the case, however, for this Gremlins poster, which turns that store into a pop culture cornucopia.
Some of our favorite science fiction and fantasy franchises are defined by the weapons in them. Star Wars has its lightsabers. Zelda’s Link has his Master Sword. These are the touchstones of each property, and artist Matt Ritchie is reimagining them all in a beautiful, colorful new way.
When a movie is as visually extravagant as Thor: Ragnarok, it almost demands to be made into art. Well, thanks to the Fandango FanShop and Hero Complex Gallery, that’s exactly what’s happening.
Walk up to someone and ask them what “Ragnarok” means, and chances are, they won’t have an answer. Even if they were randomly into Norse mythology, though, none of them would have answers as delightfully kooky as Thor: Ragnarok star Jeff Goldblum.
One of the most exciting things about conventions are the exclusives—and a big event like New York Comic Con has a million of them, from toys to posters and so much more. We’ve already shown you a few pieces of exclusive art, but there’s just so much there, we decided to share even more. This is mostly superhero…
It’s the eve of one of the biggest pop culture events of the year, New York Comic Con, and nothing says Comic Con like free stuff. Most of the time, free stuff at conventions sucks, but that is decidedly not the case with these gorgeous Blade Runner 2049 posters.
You know the scene. Now you can own it.
It’s been 50 years since the classic British science fiction series The Prisoner debuted on television. Since then the show been remade, re-aired, copied, and referenced, but never duplicated. Though it wasn’t on the air for long, The Prisoner is a show worth celebrating, and these officially licensed posters do just…
You’ve seen samurai movies, you’ve seen puppet movies, and you’ve seen ghost stories. What happens when you mash the three together? You get The Haunted Swordsman, and we’ve got some super cool concept art from the project.
We’ve all watched a movie where a character gets hurt and thought “They’d never survive that in real life.” Well, a new book will put that to the test with some super gruesome and awesome drawings.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is still several months away, but it already has a breakout new set of characters: the Porgs. Artists are having a ton of fun with the lovable aliens, but this latest piece by Michael Pasquale might just be the best so far.
There are many great things about the films of Hayao Miyazaki. Just one of them is that if you happen to pause on seemingly any single frame, that image itself is a work of art.
At the end of this month, the Prop Store in London is putting on a truly incredible prop auction. Pop culture memorabilia enthusiasts will get their chance to dress like the Seventh Doctor, wield Conan’s sword, and a whole lot more when over 600 items from Hollywood history go on sale.
Everything we’ve heard about the new It movie suggests it’s terrifying and, thankfully, we’ll all know for certain when it opens next week. To celebrate that exciting occasion, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles has put up a unique It gallery show with some really messed up takes on the film.
Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the best films ever made. Almost 50 years after its release, it remains a topic of heated discussion and great reverence. It’s one of those films you could only dream to own a part of. But now you can.
SpongeBob SquarePants’s original theme song and opening sequence are a big part of the show’s long-lasting success. They’re catchy, fun, and explain the basic premise of the show every episode while somehow managing not to become too annoying. The only thing that could make them better? An anime makeover.
When you think of Indiana Jones you don’t necessarily think of sounds. You think of Harrison Ford, snakes, Nazis, and adventure. But the sounds are crucial (whips, guns, killer ghosts) and this video uses them in a damn delightful way.
Two artists have teamed up for a 52-piece art show that gives each letter of the alphabet a pop culture twist. Figuring out what’s depicted in each piece is only half the fun.