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Have you ever thought that the already-kind-of-weird musical gang
fighting of West Side Story would be improved by a little bit more video
game dancing? Me neither, but clearly someone did.
Talented sculptor Mike Nieves has put together an impressive Rapidash creation that uses almost no traditional Lego bricks.
Here's a great glitch that a
YouTube user found in WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011.
Chris Kluwe's trading card debut is the talk of the NFL...and World of WarCraft forums.
Our friend Stuart Harris has created another remarkable video game-inspired poster comprised of just a handful of colors.
What if Pulp Fiction had an arcade game tie-in?
We'd love to see this Legend of Zelda fan-film come to life.
This amazing build features a working trigger, sliding pump, and removable drum.
Sneaky Zebra visited Seattle for PAX 2013, highlighting some of the amazing artistry created by fans.
If you were partial to Kabal in Mortal Kombat 3, you probably know what
all of the characters look like with inflatable heads. If you want a
less ominous tribute to these oversized craniums, check out Deviant
Artists Reggie Robinson and Shion Sonazaki's creations.
A new YouTube video shows what would happen if the original Super Mario Bros. were a bit more realistic.
Inspired by the idea of Nintendo characters piloting oversize mech versions of themselves, custom toy aficionado KodyKoala whipped up an impressive pair of custom figures.