Tagged: Monday Mix-Up

Monday Mix-Up: My Little Death Dealer

This week’s Monday Mix-Up comes to us from zedew, who brings us a tribute to the late great Frank Frazetta and his most famous painting of all, Death Dealer, the inspiration for more paintings, a line of novels, and various comics. And now we have this vision, seen through the prism of My Little Pony… yes, it’s My Little Death Dealer.

Somehow, I don’t think Molly Hatchet will be using this as an album cover. Although if they did a kids album… hmm.

What he’s not telling you: the blood on the axe? It’s Strawberry Shortcake.

via BoingBoing: If Frazetta was a bronie.

Monday Mix-Up: X-Men Guernica


For this week’s Mix-Up, we showcase Theamat over on DeviantArt, who presents us with his take on the X-Men as drawn by Pablo Picasso… although I wish this piece would have been titled Genosha.

See the full size piece at DeviantArt. (Hat tip: BoingBoing.)

Monday Mix-Up: Superman vs. The Hulk

Daaaaaamn. This is what you can do in your spare time with off the shelf technology nowadays?

Michael Habjan created this on an Intel i7-990X hex core 24 GB RAM, and and i7-920 quad core 12 GB RAM over eight months… and made me miss Christopher Reeve even more, with the disturbing realization that if technology keeps going at this rate, I won’t be missing him for long.


Monday Mix-Up: The Avenger Friends

Letterman on the Avengers comic

With all the hoopla over The Avengers (or Avengers Assemble if you’re in the UK) coming to theaters on May 4, it’s worth remembering the original TV series that this was all based on, starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Scarlett Johansson, Clark Gregg, and Samuel L. Jackson.

C’mon– don’t tell me you don’t remember this:



Monday Mix-Up: Disney’s “Anne Frank”

What… too soon?

Disney’s Anne Frank is an animated film released by Disney in the spring of 1989. It is very, very loosely based on The Diary of Anne Frank, but takes a lot of liberties with the source material, adding a talking animal sidekick, a Nazi necromancer Femme Fatale, and a Happily Ever After ending.

Despite Disney’s assurances that they understood the sensitivity of the source material, it was critically panned for its handling of the Holocaust, particularly the ending, where Anne liberates Auschwitz. It was a Box Office Bomb and was largely buried by Disney. Since Vindicated by Video.

C’mon– you know Disney would do a live action version if they could cast Lea Michele in the lead.

via Disney’s Anne Frank – Television Tropes & Idioms. (WARNING: TV Tropes Link. Do Not Click If You Have Anything Else To Do For The Next Two Hours.)

Monday Mix-Up: “The Rocky Hora Hannukah Show”

Monday Mix-Up: “The Rocky Hora Hannukah Show”


Enjoy the Shlomones, “The World’s greatest Jewish Rock Band”, and their attempt to turn The Rocky Horror Picture Show from a Halloween to Hannukah classic!

And have a Happy Hannukah!

Monday Mix Up: “Batman: The Animated Series” and “Arkham City”

Monday Mix Up: “Batman: The Animated Series” and “Arkham City”

A scene from Batman: The Animated Series

It’s been almost twenty years since Batman: The Animated Series hit the airwaves and kicked off the doors of what could be done with the character and with animation in general and television animation in particular, in the wake of the successful Michael Keaton movies.

Ever wonder what it might be like if they made The Animated Series today, in the wake of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight? Perhaps it would be something like this…


Just imagine if he made this using the Animated Series skins for [[[Arkham City]]]…