Before I finish off my History of Marvel Crossovers, there is just one thing I wish to discuss. It was a moment in time when something came about that was so strange, so weird, so perfect, that everyone knew it could never last.
Imagine, for a moment, that characters like Finn or Marceline had to pick a Pokémon team. What creatures would you match them up with?
When Mario gets transformed into Han Solo, it makes a weird sort of sense that Sonic plays the part of Lando Calrissian. Seeing Princess Peach in Leia's slave girl bikini takes some getting used to, though.
Are you craving a bacon-pregnant burger from Wendy's, or one of Taco Bell's countless variations of the same couple of ingredients? Why not have both?
I'm not sure if it's the best Adventure Time fan-art I've seen, or the best Attack on Titan one, but a crossover like this was not expected. Rodrigo Alexandrino really changed poor Jake into a magical dog.
We see a ton of crossovers in Smash Bros—that's pretty much what the franchise is about. And while fans might clamor for all sorts of ridiculous inclusions in the franchise, there are some things we can realistically expect to never see. Like say, bringing Star Wars into the fold.
We've seen classic Disney heroines as Street Fighter characters, but they'd make an even more outstanding and complete party as Final Fantasy characters, with all the essential jobs assigned to them.
Alas, we won't be playing as (retired) meth kingpins in the upcoming Grand Theft Auto, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy art that mashes the two things up, right?
Yes, that's a Chun Li x Cinderella mash-up. Oh, there's more—artist Mike V took the ever-iconic Disney princesses, and re-imagined them as many of fighting game characters we know and love.
How this crossover is possible, I don't know. That's not the important part, people. What you should be asking is, who would win in this mash-up by Aaron Shoenke? The actual answer may surprise you.
When Pacific Rim's latest trailer (above) went out last month, a lot of people thought, "Wait! I know that voice!" And indeed, it sounds like Jax Teller reading from "The Life and Death of Sam Crow" as an enormous sea monster destroys a bridge. Oh yeah, GLaDOS from the Portal series can be heard as well.
Only forces beyond our mortal comprehension of this universe could bring Master Chief face to face with Predator, to determine who is more powerful, across a rather eclectic series of competitions. Hang in there to see who is really behind this duel of fates, as filmed by Freakin' Rad. There's a special guest star…
At last, the first picture of the Call of Duty: Black Ops-themed Jeep Rubicon. Black Ops decals replace the Wrangler and Rubicon decals and the "Trail Rated" badge. You can get it in any color, as long as it's black.