This Venom mural is one impressive act of comic book geekery, created by masters of spray can disaster Sekel and DarkElixir.
It's nice to see that big black ball of alien symbiote has finally been captured in a way which lives up to his villainous reputation! Hit the jump to see the entire mural, and check out the pipes coming out of the wall to put the massive scale of this piece in perspective.
Did you know that a new Superman movie is in the works? I did, and frankly I didn't care...until I saw these badass costumes!
Exploring the Man Of Steel's darker side is nothing new, and we all know about his Kryptonian origin story, but these suits look like they combine the two and finally present Superman as a mighty alien warrior, and not just some nerd in tights.
Hopefully Man Of Steel will give old Supes the proper reboot treatment he deserves, but even if the movie stinks the costumes look really cool!
The little guy in this video is Weird Paul P, and every video logger ever owes him lots of money and a "concept by" end credit.
Okay, maybe that's asking a bit much, but Paul was definitely on to something with his video review of the McDonald's breakfast platter, which he filmed waaaay back in 1984, and probably would have single-handedly invented YouTube if he knew how.
You may be asking yourself - who was Paul making his video review of McDonald's breakfast foods for? The world may never know...
Yarn Bombing is the softest and cuddliest form of street art, and Yarn Bombers are busy making the world a brighter and cozier place.
In this video, episode 12 of the horribly titled series American Hipster Presents, we get to hear from Philadelphia yarnaholic Ishknits, and find out why Yarn Bombing is the only street art unanimously approved by grandmothers across the globe!
(Barely NSFW due to language - I almost didn't mention it because it's only one word in a seven minute long video)
Looking for a home theater experience that will make your guests go ape?
Then check out this King Kong inspired home theater setup by Tom Spina designs, which comes complete with faux wood and stone front, giant ape hands gripping each chair, and Kong himself peeking over the top of the TV cabinet.
The furniture is sure to make watching old horror movies a much more terrifying experience, and gives your home that all important theme park vibe. It puts the fun in funky monkey!
As I mentioned above, here's a GIF about Facebook stock prices plummeting, and the movie version of Zuckerberg isn't taking the news very well.
It took me on an emotional rollercoaster ride and wasted ten valuable seconds of my life that I'll probably miss when the Grim Reaper shows up pointing his bony finger at me. Yay for the goofy crap found on the interwebs!
If you like your comic strips darkly comedic with a dash of dystopia and a wickedly cool graphic style then you have to check out Alexiuss Vitaly's online series Romantically Apocalyptic.
It chronicles Zee Captain and his Second In Command as they make their way across the post apocalyptic ruins of a massive cityscape, looking for love and inspiration as to just what they're supposed to be doing.
So stay indoors this summer and let Zee Captain take your mind on a tour of humanity's hilariously bleak future. --thanks Travis!
Phlegm is hitting the U.K. streets with a fresh style straight from the olden days, a decidedly illustrative style inspired by woodblock printing and engraving.
His whimsical works add a sense of mystery and fairy tale charm to the cityscapes in which they reside, and it must be fun for urban explorers to come across one of Phlegm's pieces lurking under a bridge.
(Previously on Neatorama- Squid Boat By Phlegm--LINK)
If you find the trailer for the upcoming Ridley Scott film Prometheus a little too good looking, maybe this paper version will suit you better.
With some extremely lackluster special effects and a drawing style that would make a five year old feel better about their own scribbles, this is the least spectacular trailer for Prometheus that you'll ever see!
If you're a fan of the tabletop battle game HeroClix then you're going to love these geek overlord edition figures coming out exclusively with a special edition of the Comic Con documentary- Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.
The set features Joss Whedon, Stan Lee, Morgan Spurlock and Harry Knowles as mighty mini HeroClix figures complete with powers appropriate for each creator.
For instance, Stan Lee can Wade Through Autograph Seekers, and Morgan has the power of Surprise Interview, both very fitting powers eh?!
Look for this special edition boxed set to come out July 2012. Until then get psyched, because Comic Con 2012 is just around the corner! Woohoo!
Neil Gaiman recently delivered a commencement speech for Philadelphia's University of the Arts which people found so heartwarming and inspiring that someone decided to turn it into a comic.
The someone in question is Australian illustrator Gavin Aung Than, and he did a great job of making the speech even easier to digest, with whimsical imagery and lots of brightly colored panels.
Hit the link below if you want to see the rest of Gavin's equally heartwarming take on Neil Gaiman's graduation speech, then print that sucker out and pin it to your wall for a dose of daily inspiration.
Yumiko creates spectacular paper cityscapes rich with detail and an imbued sense of life in the big city.
It's as if the little cars really do have somewhere to be in a hurry, and the people who populate this city live their lives blissfully unaware that they could be squashed by a falling peanut or errant pebble at any moment.
Top it all off with the fact that the billboards will light up once night has fallen on this mini metropolis and you've got a papercraft city where a bug wearing a tie and top hat would feel right at home.
Have you finally re-adjusted to life in the real world after spending thousands of hours completing the epic fantasy video game Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim?
Well, I have some terrible news for you-Bethesda is about to release an awesome looking expansion pack called Dawnguard, and it looks good enough to envelop you in its dark embrace once again, making you forget that you were once a productive member of society.
So call in sick when the expansion pack is released and get back to doing what you do best- playing Skyrim like a boss!