Morpheus
Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus from “The Matrix,” but not from the sequels because ew.
Original for sale over here.

Morpheus

Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus from “The Matrix,” but not from the sequels because ew.

Original for sale over here.

Sleestak
Hey, a Sleestak, one of those creepy peepers from “The Land of the Lost.”
Original art for sale ovah here.

Sleestak

Hey, a Sleestak, one of those creepy peepers from “The Land of the Lost.”

Original art for sale ovah here.

Bill & Ted
Bill S. Preston, esq. and Ted Theodore Logan, everyone’s favorite time-traveling phone booth companions.

Bill & Ted

Bill S. Preston, esq. and Ted Theodore Logan, everyone’s favorite time-traveling phone booth companions.

What a Wookiee!
Why yes, this is the second day in a row of a hairy brute rendered in watercolor.  Original available here.

What a Wookiee!

Why yes, this is the second day in a row of a hairy brute rendered in watercolor.  Original available here.

PAWN STAR WARS
Also available on shirts and such via Redbubble.

PAWN STAR WARS

Also available on shirts and such via Redbubble.

Han and Chewie!  Pew! Pew!

Han and Chewie!  Pew! Pew!

I love the television show Lost in Space.  I’m not arguing that it’s a good show, just that it’s a lot of fun.  Here are the three characters, Dr. Smith, the robot, and Will, that slowly took over the show completely after the initial attempts at making a serious space drama about space Captain Robinson and his space family and their space ship.
Right after finishing this, I learned that Dick Tufeld, the inimitable voice of the robot, recently died, so I guess this is also kind of an accidental tribute.
UPDATE: Since some of you asked, this is now available both as a print and on T-shirts via Redbubble.

I love the television show Lost in Space.  I’m not arguing that it’s a good show, just that it’s a lot of fun.  Here are the three characters, Dr. Smith, the robot, and Will, that slowly took over the show completely after the initial attempts at making a serious space drama about space Captain Robinson and his space family and their space ship.

Right after finishing this, I learned that Dick Tufeld, the inimitable voice of the robot, recently died, so I guess this is also kind of an accidental tribute.

UPDATE: Since some of you asked, this is now available both as a print and on T-shirts via Redbubble.