"Beware the Gray Ghost" is the eighteenth episode of Batman: The Animated Series. The episode features guest star Adam West, best known for his portrayal of Batman in the 1960s Batman television series. West plays the Gray Ghost, a character who bears a strong resemblance to Batman antecedent The Shadow.
Tags: adamwest, adam-west, animated-series, dc-universe, dc-comic
Losing a companion is one of the hardest things The Doctor has to deal with in his adventures through time and space. Each time he looks at the TARDIS, he is reminded of each of their faces, what they meant to him, and the pain of their loss.
Tags: memorial, clara-oswald, amelia-pond, amy-and-rory, rory-pond
We Still Scream, But Love gives us hope. Homage to Edvard Munch and his classic painting titled The Scream. Featured is Munch's character making heart hands with a happy go lucky smile while a vibrant rainbow in the background symbolizes beautiful things to come.
Tags: scream, the-scream, edvard-munch, parody, funny
If you're ever in Miles City, Montana... don't forget to visit Beauregarde Automart, for the finest values you'll get anywhere in the country! This Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory / Charlie and the Chocolate Factory homage is the deep cut shirt you are looking for
Tags: beauregarde-cars, retro-70s, roald-dahl, willy-wonka, charlie-and-the-chocolate-factory
Here's my homage/parody to Miller's Dark Knight Triumphant cover. I admit that cover is a friggin' masterpiece and all that, of course. however, ever since I was a kid, I always wondered whether batsy was really angry or he just had a stomachache...
Tags: comic-book-cover, tacos, frank-miller, homage, 1980s
Getting bored of the endless “Keep Calm And…” meme? Me too. It’s time to let those Stiff Upper Lips wobble a bit and… Freak the Fuck Out! Faithfully reporduced, using the same crown graphic and font style, from the original and now painfully ubiquitous British wartime signs.
Tags: british, humour, pastiche, satire, humor
Simo "Simuna" Häyhä, nicknamed "White Death" by the Red Army, was a Finnish marksman. Using a Finnish M/28-30 rifle (which is based on the Mosin–Nagant rifle) in the Winter War, he is reported as having killed 505 men, the highest recorded number of confirmed sniper kills in any major war.
Tags: art, death, skull, graphic-design, homage