Dragon Ball Z Artwork: Beerus Beerus another massively strong character that Goku has to go up against. If you haven’t noticed in their first meeting, Beerus has a anger problem. He destroys planets because of little things that set him off. He destroyed King Kai’s
Must have Dragon Ball Z Artwork Love it or hate it Dragon Ball z is one of the largest anime’s out there. The series in it’s self is also so huge that Akira Torriyama can’t even remember every detail about the show. So with a
Disney knows how to strike when the iron is hot and let’s jump down the theory rabbit hole.
It sucks to be a girl gamer I am a male geek/gamer, and I have realized that it really sucks being a girl gamer. How can I realize this? Well I run Geektak, the blog you are on right now and the Instagram page with
Decorate your man cave with these 5 Geek Art Nintendo Prints Not many of us geeks have a great taste in art and a lot of us are not that great at home decor designing. At least we have these tasteful geek art prints that
Jybe is a Swiss designer who has mixed pixel art and pop culture in a web-based project called “Characters”. The idea is to represent famous characters sort by themes (Cartoons, Comics, Cinema, etc.) with a stack of colored bricks and share them as minimalist pop
I don’t know whether B.O.B. really thinks the world is flat or if he is just using the outlandish statements to draw attention to himself and his new mix-tape, or if he seriously thinks that somewhere on the earth you can fall of the planet.
Poor little R2-D2 getting humped by a dog. I wonder how this came about.LMAO
Those damn scooters have been around a bit longer on the internet than in the home, but they finally blew up (figuratively and literally) mid-late 2015 to the general public especially now that Christmas has passed. Yeah there is not much I can do to stop
Geek Art Artist Greg. “Léon” Guillemin 48-year old Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign. From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles