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  1. Artist Reimagines Pop Culture Icons as Byzantine Religious Icons

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    To be fair, Fotis Varthis says on their Behance page that their Byzantine series is based on the Byzantine art style as a whole, not on any particular saint iconography. The series began when they were attempting to draw a prophet and accidentally drew Saruman instead. You can probably guess what came next. Check out two more of Fotis Varthis' series at Behance.

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  2. Amanda Visell’s Wooden Action Figures Return with Superheroes and Disney Villains

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    Among her other work, Amanda Visell makes beautiful one-of-a-kind wooden "action figures" based on pop culture characters, complete with box art and accessories. We've featured them twice before, but we couldn't resist Wonder Woman.

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  3. Cartoons Go Couture: Animated Ladies Paired with High Fashion

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    Princess Bubblegum is equally a monarch, a scientist, and a girl who knows how to get her dress on, and I respect that. I'm still willing to bet that Marceline is around somewhere, sniggering at this. But maybe the leading lady of Adventure Time is to recent of a reference for you? Then check out the rest of Jerome LaMaar's cartoons, featuring characters from Sailor Moon, ThunderCats, Jem, and Daria.

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  4. Travel Posters for Pop Culture Locations, by Dave Perillo

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    We're no stranger to travel posters for fictional locations, but Dave Perillo's art sure is charming. Ventur in for more '80s nostalgia, and then a bunch of stuff that isn't even a travel poster but that's cute enough anyway.

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  5. Cartoon Network Will Bring Back Old Favorites, ThunderCats Not Deemed a New Favorite

    Our Adorable Past

    Perhaps taking a cue from Nickelodeon and its recent trip down memory lane, Cartoon Network has announced that it will bring some of its old favorites back into its primetime lineup in a block called Cartoon Planet. It also announced its list of returning shows, and one super-hyped reboot didn't make the cut. ThunderCats was nowhere to be seen. Could it be coming back at another time of the year, taking a Community-style hiatus? Other evidence points to "Snarf."

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Ashley Eckstein as Ahsoka Tano IRL

    Things We Saw Today

    Ashley Eckstein, who provides the voice of Ahsoka Tano on Cartoon Network's Star Wars: The Clone Wars said that she's always wanted to cosplay the character, even before she got the gig. So, she went ahead and did that for us. She's written about her experience on CNN Geek Out! We also urge you to visit the amazing online store that she runs, Her Universe, which specializes in geek apparel for women and girls. Yup. Lots of awesome stuff going on here.

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  7. Stilt Bats and Pumm-Ra: Unseen Bizarre Concept Art for The Thundercats

    Our Adorable Past

    If you thought that The Thundercats already contained enough weird human-animal hybrids, you should see the stuff that didn't make it past the concept stage. I'm not sure what capacity Crab-Man would have served in the show, but I'm already imagining a dopey laugh for him for when I tickle his feet.

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  8. 14 Pictures Of Old School 80s Heroes In Fancy Dress

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    Chilean artist Fabian Ciraolo has depicted the likes of Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo and Elizabeth Taylor but he's also pretty adept at drawing 80s pop-culture icons. Take a gander at his retro-styled versions of Jem, the ThunderCats, She-Ra and more! (There may be a surprise appearance from Captain Planet) 

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  9. Time-Lapse of Giant Thundercats Action Figures Oil Painting

    Artist Robert Burden has made a name for himself by creating large paintings of old action figures. He also makes time-lapse videos of the entire process, which as we all know, is a form of video the Internet appreciates. His new piece features the '80s Thundercats in a very large, very pretty oil painting. The piece, called "Soliders of Thundera," measures in at 6 feet by 11 feet unframed, and took Burden about 1,000 hours of work spread over 7 months. Head on past the jump to watch the time-lapse video of the creation of the piece, and also so you can be amazed at the things painters know to add to paintings.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Hipster ThunderCats

    Things We Saw Today

    Snarf was actually a really obscure indie rock band from Portland that had really great live shows, but never recorded an album. But you weren't expected to know that. (at The High Definite via BuzzFeed)

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