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In this week's InterNerd, we explore several different artists' reinterpretations of existing Pokemon imagining them as real beings, nightmare monsters, actual humans, and more.
DeviantArt-ist Arvalis has put together a pretty sizable collection of incredibly realistic Pokemon designs with a trainer silhouette in each to show the sheer scale of these 'mons. But one of the coolest parts of these designs is how other Pokemon are subtly worked into many of them (notice the Caterpie in the Charizard one below).
Forget that musty old snake-hater we usually celebrate on March 17th. It's time for us to create St. Patrick Stewart's Day. Here's the illustrated tale of a man who deserves his own holiday for pioneering work in the worlds of acting, geekdom, and making baldness cool.
Sir Patrick Stewart was born in 1940 in the West Riding of Yorkshire, in northern England. He was one of the few adorable babies of Black And White Photo Times.
You may have seen that Anthony Hopkins supposedly authored a fan letter to the cast of AMC's Breaking Bad, revealing himself to have marathoned the entire series and as giddy to share as the rest of the internet. But this was not his first fan letter. Here was the fan letter he wrote to Hajime Isayama, creator of the popular anime series Attack on Titan.