Now this is a fun idea. Mondo is making Batman: The Animated Series 7-inch album covers for San Diego Comic-Con. They look so rad.
Everybody's buzzing about the new comedy album 2776, which is chock full of famous comedians and personalities, riffing about the future and science-fictional stuff. Almost everybody you love is on this album — but perhaps surprisingly, the clear standout is NPR's Nina Totenberg's a capella rock opera.
Former White Stripes frontman Jack White is going all out on his upcoming album. The vinyl version of Lazaretto contains a number of unprecedented features, including two different intros for the same song and the appearance of a holographic angel while it spins.
We all know that science fiction novels can have crappy art on their covers — there are entire websites devoted to chronicling them. But what about album covers? Oh yes. Here are 30 album covers of full of shoddy scifi, bizarre dreamscapes, and just plain bad choices.
Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup enter the world of Flaming Lips when they prepare to take down the pink robots. Courtney Bernard is just one of the artists putting cartoon characters (and Muppets) on classic album covers.
Last week's edition of the always stellar The Line It is Drawn art mashup series at Comics Should Be Good made the Fantastic Four as big as the Beatles. The brilliant fanartists took up the challenge of CSBG readers to place superheroes on album covers, casting the Teen Titans as Gorillaz, the various Robins as the…
Check out this brilliant collection of famous album covers remixed to star all of comics' greatest superheroes. The Teen Titans sit in Bat-Detention, Elektra's a maniac, and you'll never guess who plays Prince.
Yesterday, we took a journey into the unknown, with fantastic images that could have been science-fiction book covers or rock album covers. Today, the unbelievable truth is revealed!