Friday, September 18, 2009

Friday Night Art Show: Ba Duba Dot, Du Bot

Old Stormalong

By Florence and Margaret Hoopes. [Lady, That's My Skull]

Squid, Where Is Thy Sting?

By Al Avison. And if you want to see Green Hornet use the sting ray to escape the squid, and then use both of them to fight off a shark... well, all you gotta do is click the following link. [Also from Lady, That's My Skull]

The Mermaid

By Warwick Goble. [Never Sea Land]

The Island of Captain Sparrow

No, not that Captain Sparrow. At least I don't think so. Boy, that would be really cool though, wouldn't it? By Norman. [American Pulps and Magazines]

King of Chaos

Artist unknown. [FictionMags Index]

House of the Wolf Man

Poster from the upcoming movie. [Bloody Disgusting]

Dwellers in the Mirage

Artist unknown [Poulpe Pulps]

Slave Leia

By Katie Cook.

Daggit Dreams

Eric Chu's concept art from Bryan Singer's Battlestar Galactica re-reboot. While it's very cool to see Muffit there, I'm not too excited yet. The caption for this piece reads, "Boxey dreams of a Daggit on LV-426." Still, I'm hoping that Singer works back in - in a meaningful way - the one thing that was sadly missing from Ron Moore's version. Click the following link for more art, including the Cylons and various ships. [Cinemaspy]

Mmm Bot

By Jeremy Vanhoozer.


Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

K..we both know that the octopus wasn't teaming up with anyone to fight the stingray..the stingray was trying to save the Hornet and the octopus used the Hornet to kill off a rival. Are you drinking the octopus Kool-Aid Brother May? Have they gotten to you? Are we gonna have to stage an emergency intervention. DAMN IT...that is why Spidey wears a mask. So they can't get to his loved ones. KHAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!

Michael May said...

Not to worry, my brother. My Kool-Aid isn't ink-flavored.

You're absolutely right. That cephalopod wasn't helping voluntarily. Hornet's just so badass that he used it as a weapon against its evil will.


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