Om nom nom nom. Once you’re done snickering at the comic, be sure to check out this interesting Timeline of the far future on Wikipedia, especially the part about the future of the Earth, the Solar System and the Universe. [Via It’s ok to be smart | Nuut.co]
[Source: Lol Nein | Via Neatorama]
Twaggies.com takes tweets and turns them into cartoons, which they’ve been doing since 2009. Follow @twaggies on Twitter and (shhh) Instagram.
I chuckled. [via MuggleNet]
[Source: Brian @ Shoeboxblog]
Decisions, decisions, decisions… [Souce: Lunar Baboon | Via Neatorama]
A fantastic cartoon by artist Kerry Callen: Btw, the objects on the bottom of page 1 are all from actual Batman stories; Detective Comics #244, Detective Comics #235, Detective Comics #241, respectively. (Disrespectively?) [Source: Kerry Callen]
Artist Andrew Vickers found some classic comics in a dumpster and used them to create a papier-mâché sculpture. It took Steve Eyre of World of Superheroes walking through the HEROES Art Exhibition in Sheffield, England to discover just WHAT Vickers had done…and how much his sculpture was worth. Vickers had papier-mâchéd approximate $30,000 worth of […]