Sailor Moon was one of the first shows I fell in love with as a little girl.
Honestly, I’m pleasantly surprised that love for the series is still around. Why? Because artists like Rachel Ho create lovely sets of fan art like this! These sailor scouts are looking fashionable and fantastic! You can find more of Rachel’s art HERE, HERE, and HERE!
Those of you who follow my blog know that I really enjoy showing off various gijinka.
From the DnD Eeveelutions to the Mr. KitKat series, gijinka are always a lot of fun since each creation will be different from artist to artist even if the subject remains the same. Artist Tamtamdi has an ever growing set of pokemon gijinka that are not only incredibly creative but also absolutly gorgeous! This collection proves that gijinka doesn’t have to be only sexy ladies to be popular. Check out a few of my favorites from the collection below and be sure to see more of Tamtamdi‘s work HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE!
Can you believe it?!
Tomorrow makes 1 full year of Pokemon Go having been unleashed on fan and although the hype has died down our love for the leaders of Mystic, Valor, and Instinct will live on in our hearts. Here are 23 awesome pieces of Candela, Blanche, and Spark fan art to celebrate.
Everything can have a human form!
Personifying things is a fun and creative past time for many artist. Pokemon, video game systems, and now even Kit Kat bars! Artist Cioccolatodorima aka ROSEL-D has created this impressive set of personified Kit Kat bars called “Mr. Kit Kat”. Although I’m personally a huge fan of the actual sake and wasabi flavors those personified Dark, Mint, and Matcha Mr. Kit Kats are looking pretty delicious too!
Kit Kat Original
Kit Kat White
Kit Kat Dark
Kit Kat Orange
Kit Kat Pumpkin Pudding
Kit Kat Cheesecake
Kit Kat Blueberry Cheesecake
Kit Kat Strawberry Cheesecake
Kit Kat Wasabi
Kit Kat Strawberry
Kit Kat Mint
Kit Kat Cookies and Cream
Kit Kat Sake
Kit Kat Matcha
Like what you see? Be sure to check out more of Cioccolatodorima’s work HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE & HERE!
It’s hard to remember that in between saving the world many of your favorite fantasy heros also have everyday lives.
In the Dragonball series, there are certainly moments of peace between the various number of baddies that pop up. Artist stupidoomdoodles gave us all an adorable SnapChat-style peek into the possible hum-drum life of Vegeta’s family when they AREN’T out saving the world or anyone else for that matter.
Kingdom Hearts has become a beloved series.
It’s mash up of Disney and Square Enix characters was odd but ended up working rather well together. But what if we threw something else into the mix? How about Sailor Scouts! Artist Nijuuni has your answer with this adorable set of Sailor Scout Keybladers!
Be sure to check out more of Nijuuni’s work HERE!
Everyone knows Japan loves their Pokemon.
What some people may not know is how much love Zoids get in Japan too. In fact, Japanese artist 太斗 even created an entire series of Pokemon inspired Zoids. Even if you are unfamiliar with Pokemon or Zoids these creations are still truly impressive!
Title: Online:The Comic
By: Keropyon and KYOKA Tsukasa
Genre: Drama, Horror, Psychological
About: For some people playing video games is their life. They just can’t live without playing video games. Twenty two year old Mai Yashiro is NOT this kind of person. One day a video game console containing the game Nightmare arrives in her mail. Now Mai is forced to play this game where she must bet the functioning of her limbs in each fight. Refusal means the death of your loved ones. Luckily the office she works in has created an entire division of dedicated players who work tirelessly to reach the end game and she is now a part of it. Will they be able to beat the game or are they all in over their heads?
This manga is based on a popular light novel (although no matter how hard I search I am unable to find a working link to it). Despite her lack of gaming knowledge Mai proves herself to be incredibly clever and an excellent strategist… which I imagine proves useful in a game that is essentially ‘git gud or die trying’!
So why should you read this manga? Of course this is not the first time a story about a video game that puts your life on the line has appeared but don’t let that put you off! The story is incredibly well written and the art flows well. You’ll find yourself attached to certain characters rather quickly. Plus, the art is seriously well done!
Interested in reading Online: The Comic yourself? Check it out HERE!