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Lego builder Paul Hetherington has a special talent for bringing the home-base of Batman's most iconic foe to life.
We've only seen SubZero locked in combat. What does he do in his off
time? With the name he has, he's obviously an ice cream salesman,
slightly edging out Sweet Tooth as violent game characters who are
linked to frosty treats.
Talented sculptor Mike Nieves has put together an impressive Rapidash creation that uses almost no traditional Lego bricks.
Kratos does not look pleased to be a bust, but maybe owning this massive statue will make you happy.
I'm having flashbacks here. This astounding 3D Link sprite reminds me of the time I painstakingly recreated our tunic-wearing hero in 3D Dot Game Heroes. However, that past achievement pales in comparison to this recyclable tribute.
A long lost Valiant comic book brings Mario into our world for "Hot Nintendo Action."
If you walk into Battle & Brew, a video game themed bar located in
Marietta, GA, you may want to take a few minutes to check out the art on the walls before grabbing a drink.
Sneaky Zebra visited Seattle for PAX 2013, highlighting some of the amazing artistry created by fans.
I've always wondered why we don't get more stand-up comedy about video
games. Thankfully Irish comedian Dara Ó Briain is here to help. In the
segment posted below, he talks about getting confused while playing
shooters and why he's quite possibly the worst Solid Snake ever.
Check out our gallery of undead Starfleet members, pandas, and video game icons.
Follow Snack or Die's easy recipe to make sweet Piranha Plant cookie cupcakes.
Ever wonder what Street Figher’s M. Bison would look like if the “M” stood for Mecha?