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How to Explain Game of Thrones to Different People

From the fertile mind of Caldwell Tanner, here comes: How to Explain a TV Show to Different People. First up, Games of Thrones: Read the rest over at College Humor: Link – via Geektyrant

If College Were Like a Video Game

Wouldn’t college be easier if only it were more like video games? Susanna Wolff, Caldwell Tanner, and Jesse Eisemann have got you covered in this College Humor post: Link

If Nintendo Made Kid’s Books

Have you ever wondered what would happen if your favorite children’s authors started working with Nintendo to make delightful books based on your favorite classic video games? Probably not, but it doesn’t make these awesome fake book covers by artist Caldwell Tanner any less cool. Link Via Kotaku

Travel Posters For Lazy People

Illustrator Caldwell Tanner has created some colorful travel posters for locations familiar to lazy people. So, now you can feel like you do all kinds of traveling every day, even though you rarely leave your house! Who needs fresh air and sunshine when you’ve got the arctic chill of the refrigerator and the rainbow waterfall of [...]

Goodnight Dune

A couple of months ago, cartoonist Caldwell Tanner composed a few covers for classic children’s picture books as though they were inspired by science fiction. Julia Yu was either inspired by one such cover or arrived at the idea on her own, but has, at any rate, composed a full-length presentation of Margaret Wise Brown’s [...]

Redesigned Girl Scout Cookies

Cartoonist Caldwell Tanner thinks that the Girl Scouts really need to rethink their cookie designs. Here’s one of several proposals that he’s making: wrap the best cookies in the most unappetizing packaging possible. Link

Batman Vs. The Internet

Caldwell Tanner and Kevin Corrigan rounded up internet memes to bedevil Batman and Robin in a series of comic book cover mashups. There are five in all; this one is my favorite. Link -via Gorilla Mask

Frank Miller Illustrates History

Cartoonist Caldwell Tanner imagined historical events and figures as though they had been illustrated by comic book artist Frank Miller. The above scene is from October 31, 1517, and Protestant reformer Martin Luther is driving his point home about Papal abuses. Link via Super Punch Previously: If Frank Miller Drew Peanuts

Hipster Superheroes

Cartoonist Caldwell Tanner created a set of panels depicting superheroes as hipsters. It features Aquaman, Iron Man, Professor Xavier, the Incredible Hulk, and Batman. Link via Popped Culture Previously by Caldwell Tanner: Superheroes in College