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The Simpsons’ “Game of Thrones” Intro

Winter is coming. Literally. It’s getting a tad colder in the southern hemisphere as citizens prepare for the biting cold that is on the way. They’re also waiting for the second season of Game of Thrones to begin, and in tribute to the medieval show, The Simpsons transform their town of Springfield into Westeros, complete with a despotic king as he watches over the kingdom from Burns Landing. Check out The Simpsons’ “Game of Thrones” couch gag below.

[via The Huffington Post]

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Springfield Punx: Pop Culture, Simpsonized

You might recall an earlier post on the Simpsonized characters from the hit TV show, LOST. Springfield Punx is an on-going side project of artist Dean Fraser and it’s been a while since we’ve taken a look at his Simpsonized versions of popular characters from comics, video games, TV, and film. Have a look at Fraser’s newest creations after the jump.

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Lost Characters, Simpsonized

Dean Fraser is an artist with an interesting side project, where he draws all kinds of characters from TV shows and movies as if they were on the Simpsons. In his “Lost Week” series that he started back in May, Fraser drew one Simpsonized Lost character a day, for seven days. Have a look at some of them after the jump.

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No Homer: 10 Rap Icons Get Simpson-ized

Urban art mag, Format Magazine, have teamed up with Moxy Creative to create “No Homer”, a quirky collection of hip hop icons who have been given the Simpson-ized makeover.

Thinking back, I’d have to thank hip hop for waking me up to the fascinating world that is thug-life swearing. I had the rudimentary words down pat, but Snoop’s lyrical realism in his ’93 album “Doggystyle” expanded my vocab to the next level. My mother claims I have never been the same since :eek:

See more after the jump.

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Simpsonized – Famous Art Gets Redrawn

User Meowza Katz drew a whole gallery of images created in Aviary’s Phoenix (a web-based image editor), showing what famous works of art would look like had they been created by Matt Groening.

More images after the jump.