The Lannisters Send Their Regards


Ready for the return of Game of Thrones? Having read the books, I know what's coming but I think that might make me more excited. Winter isn't coming, but you'll like what is. (Beautiful Death by Robert Ball)

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Board Game of Thrones
Throne Of Games


Say Adventure


Great Adventure Time show at Galley 1988. Here are my two faves. Above, Sean Naylors's Say Adventure, which feels like something that would actually happen on the show.

Below, Ice King's Frostie Zaps Cereal by Dave Quiggle. Poor old Ice King, nobody to share cereal with by Gunter.


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I'm Your Number One Fan

People always ask Stephen King where he gets his ideas from. This doesn't seem too off the mark. (Ouija by Eugene Kaik for Hero Complex Gallery’s King For a Day.)

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The Overlook Hotel Kids' Placemat
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Pennywise's World


Ellen's Last Supper Oscar Selfie


This was, of course, inevitable. And I can see Julia Roberts as Ellen's Judas (but she should be holding an Oscar instead of a bag of coins. But why was Leonarado DiCaprio included?

Can't find the source, so pass along if you know it. (h/t to Karen Geier)

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Suddenly Last Supper
Even More Last Suppers

Earthican Hustle


Finally catching up on some Oscar nods and watched American Hustle tonight and saw this poster. Good job, but they totally cast Any and Leela wrong. (LavaLamp Creative)

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May The Futurama Be With You 
Fear And Bending In Brooklyn
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The Devil's Trap


If you put this Mondo poster on the wall, would it catch the Devil or ensnare you? I'm hooked on True Detective right now and cant believe it's only going to be eight episodes!

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Calvin and Hobbes Private Investigations
Muppet Babies Meets The Wire
It's All In The Game (Of Thrones)


You Are The Shark To My Tornado


Don't have your Valentine's Day card yet? You horrible, insensitive, procrastinating jerk! But not to worry, Jarhumor has you covered with some fine horror-themed (printable) cards that are sure to please your significant other. 



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C'mon, Grab Your Friends, We'll Go To Very Distant Lands


Once again Tim Doyle takes us to "locations that many of us know and have been to on a weekly basis at times, but we can never actually visit." It seems we travel in the same circles. (UnReal Estate 3 via Spoke Art)



2 Cubic Meters and a Closet



Red Keep



TV Junk — can you name everything in Sanford's pickup?


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Be The Brand You Want To Be


Artist Bruce Yan ties together some famous brand logos with some equally iconic pop culture characters and gets all up into your mind space. (Bruce Yan via Galley 1988)






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King Kermit And The Knights Of The Round Table


I don't know my Arthurian legends as well as I should. Truth be told I have gotten it mostly from pop culture — Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court — so David Petersen's renderings of Kermit at King Arthur work well for me. I love Janice as the Lady of the Lake — she's always been kind of mysterious — and Gonzo as Lancelot. (h/t Shane Dingman)

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Knights Of The Nintendo Table
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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (For Beginning Readers)


What a team! Oscar the Grouch, The Cat in the Hat, Max, Mr. Tickle and Scuffy the Tugboat. Of course Max would be their leader with his "magic trick of staring into all their yellow eyes without blinking once." (by DrFaustusAU)

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: 1988
Green Eggs And Ham is People!
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Millions & Billions & Trillions Of Cats


OK, maybe not that many (h/t to the wonderful children's book Millions of Cats), but 79 cats from pop culture, including my favourites Bill the Cat (Ack! Thbbft!), Catbert and Hobbes.

The Field Guide To Famous Felines by Pop Chart Labs (click the link for a larger view)

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Toonces, Look Out!
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Come Along With Me, To A Cliff Under A Tree...


Ah, melancholy Adventure Time. Lovely. (From illustrator JJ Harrison)

Come along with me
And the butterflies and bees
We can wander through the forest
And do so as we please.
Come along with me
To a cliff under a tree

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It's The Jack Rabbit Slim's, Charlie Brown



It was a teenage wedding and the old folks wished them well
You could see that Pierre did truly love the Madamoiselle
And now the young Monsieur and Madame have rung the chapel bell
"C'est la vie" say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell.

So is it Lucy as Mia Wallace and Charlie Brown as Vincent Vega? Provocative, if so. I'm going to imagine it is. (From illustrator Ed Harrington)

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