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If you’ve been a fan of pop culture art for any amount of time there’s a good chance that you’ve heard the name Stan Lau. Better known as “Artgerm” across countless boards and forums, particularly DeviantArt, Stan is an artist with an unparalleled eye and ability for creating masterpieces from pop culture and comic icons that we know and love.
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Debuting a killer collection of horror screen-prints, we’re proud to present the Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger by Matt Ryan Tobin. Pre-orders for Jason Voorhees begin Friday the 13th, with Freddy Krueger coming soon!
Jason Voorhees and Friday the 13th still scares us
Jason Voorhees and the hockey mask from Friday the 13th: Part III will forever remain a part of pop-culture that scares us.
Working in direct partnership with Legacy Effects, the artists and nightmare makers behind the creatures and Queen from Aliens, Sideshow is extremely pleased to present the Alien King Maquette.
In celebration of the release of Captain America: Civil War in theaters worldwide, Sideshow and Legacy Effect are very excited to announce the Iron Man Mark XLVI Legendary Scale Figure! Stay tuned for more details on this Marvel Iron Man collectible!
Three new Court of the Dead Prints by Missmonster are In-Stock and ready to order today!
Captain America is more than a soldier in service to a government. Whether in comics or in films, he remains guided by the ideals that forged him. A force for justice. A force against bullies – and a guy with perfect teeth.
Frank Castle busts out of Daredevil and into his own show
Great news, Marvel fans. The Punisher is coming to Netflix thanks to a new Daredevil spinoff and, of course, Jon Bernthal is back as Frank Castle.
If you’d like to learn to properly do the Batusi, then the bastion of all Internet knowledge, Wikipedia, has your answer: “The Batusi is performed by making a horizontal V-sign with one’s index and middle fingers of both hands, and drawing them across in front of the eyes, away from the center of the face simultaneously, with the eyes roughly between the fingers. This is performed in time with the music, and is improved upon by continuing to dance with the lower half of the body, simultaneously.”