Every once in a while, we come across some exciting stuff on the Internet. Be it a cool fan film, some great viral marketing news, or just general coolness, we like to bring you some of the best and brightest that this network of tubes and wires likes to churn out.
With that in mind, we turn our attention over to freelance writer/illustrator Neill Cameron. Neill had been making some pretty big waves on the net, including getting his comic strip, Mo-Bot High, voted reader’s choice by the UK’s DFC Awards.
Neill has recently finished a series of illustrations in the vein of some classic children’s alphabet books, such as “A is for Apple, B is for Banana” and so forth. The twist? With help from his Facebook and Twitter fans, Neill has made each letter about something fantastic in the world of comics, video games, movies, and general geekdom. For example, O is now for Optimus Prime Obliterating Oompa Loompa’s, and U is for Uhura and Ultraman on a Unicorn Underwater.
Each letter gets better and better, with some great nods to pop culture. Check out all 26 letters after the jump, and head over to Neill’s website for a chance to purchase a signed print of the piece.