Now there have been twelve incarnations of the time-traveling Doctor (discounting the War Doctor), one for every hour on the clock. You can use this desktop wallpaper series to keep track of time with the Doctor.
In the right setting, Doctor Who's Weeping Angels can still deliver the creeps. And you can spook your friends—and yourself—with this rotating series of Weeping Angel desktop backgrounds.
You're sure to have...interesting dreams if you sleep in a room with this wallpaper, inspired by classic damask patterns. An elegant, leafy Cthulhu peers out from the walls, watching and waiting.
Want to cover all your walls in books, but don't have space for any more shelves? Now you can buy wallpaper printed with the classic Penguin Books paperback designs.
Even robots get the blues sometimes. When the Star Wars droids start feeling the ennui tugging at the edges of their consciousness, do they simply bottle up their melancholy? This series gives voice to their frustration.
Astro Boy, the robot with awesome hair and ultimate daddy issues, powers up in four gorgeous new wallpapers, straight from the Tezuka Production company. They're part of Project Atom, dedicated to promoting the new Astro Boy film.
A new set of G.I. Joe wallpapers shows the darkened rubber unitard, worn for justice. But how did our once-mighty kung-fu grippers get to this disaster? Watch the video history of our once proud Joe's, and a new making-of featurette.
Let's celebrate the fact that Star Trek is now opening practically a day early, with some exclusive viral marketing art. Plus fabulous Trek hair fashions for your desktop.
Marvel Comics has made some high quality wallpapers from the upcoming Iron Man movie available on the web, and we won't argue that they are spiffy, shiny, and gorgeous. However, did they really need to brand the things four times? In the shot above (mega-version here) you've got an awkwardly placed Iron Man logo…