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    Fan Art Friday: Rodger James Becks’ WHERE’S WALDO Mashups

    While it’s unclear what originally led Toronto-based artist Rodger James Beck to start this mashup series—which began with “Where’s Bobby?”—it’s pretty freaking clever in both it’s simplicity and sense of humor. Two years in the making and still growing, this collection of nostalgia-inspired fan art takes what could be considered among the earliest pre-internet memes […]

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    Fan Art Friday: Artwork Inspired by ‘Halloween III’

    This week’s edition of Fan Art Friday deserves a special shout-out to contributor John MacLeod and artist Rich Woodall, who teamed up to provide the catalyst for this post—a mashup of our own Strange Kids Club cast (Strange Kid, Orwell, Lando, and Bronarr) and John Carpenter’s Halloween III: Season of the Witch. After receiving such […]

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    Fan Art Friday: Best Little Horror House’s CEREAL KILLERS Masks

    For a small, two person shop in Los Angeles The Best Little Horror House (Phillip Griffth and Stephanie Riekena) produces some pretty amazing work. Case in point, they’re Cereal Killers—not to be confused with the art book or trading cards—mask series featuring “disturbing, freaky-fun” takes on breakfast mascots like Cap’n Crunch, Sugar Bear and Tony […]

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    Fan Art Friday: The ERIC POWELL Edition

    In lieu of yesterday’s interview with clubhouse guest of honor, Eric Powell this week’s edition of Fan Art Friday will showcase not only the artist/writer/publisher’s own fan art (charity paintings, paid commissions or otherwise) but pieces inspired by his work as well. FAN ART BY ERIC POWELL FAN ART INSPIRED BY ERIC POWELL

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    Hello, My Name is Jason #FanArtFridaythe13th

    Thanks to some quick thinking by our resident scab(by)-picker and interviewer, John MacLeod, we decided to celebrate the final Friday the 13th of 2015 with a special commission illustrated by Rich Woodall (Kyrra, Johnny Raygun) who was cool enough to create this kick-ass tribute to mama Voorhees’ favorite son and some of his hockey mask-wearing […]

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