08 Mar 2019 3:19 PM +00:00 UTC

Artist Draws Literally Thousands of Characters From All of Geek Universe In One Poster

Some fans can be very passionate. One such fan is artist Jeff Carlisle who brought together every single character from the geek universe in one image.

It turns every Vulcan, Jedi, superhero, alien, Bene Gesserit, robot, and basically, any character you can think of has one main hangout—the Warp Core Cafe!

The artwork contains Star Wars, Star Trek, ET, DC, Marvel, Spaceballs, Doctor Who, Futurama, Dune, and hundreds of more worlds in one place. You can see Yoda and Maz Kanata sitting at the same table with E.T. and Howard the Duck.


The old and new Star Wars crew stayed close together while the Star Trek folk decided to watch Han Solo and Kirk arm-wrestle. Picard, with a facepalm, isn't having it though. Princess Leia is offering her support to her beloved nerf-herder with Admiral Ackbar, C3PO, and R2-D2 behind her.

Ewoks and Jawas are also in on the fun while Jabba the Hutt can also be spotted on the balcony as well as a porg from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It turns out the Cantina band can bring the party anywhere too.

See if you can spot Darth Vader in it too. He is so well-hidden in this photo, but Star Wars fans shouldn't fail to recognize his iconic armor. Luke himself is pretty hard to spot. Mace Windu has his lightsaber active while Grand Admiral Thrawn is just looking around.

Groot can be seen next to Deckard from Blade Runner while Lady Jessica is not too far away. Gizmo from Gremlins is also there. I could be wrong but I see Skeletor in a teeny-tiny speck on the upper left side. Alien vs. Predator play a friendly round of chess.

There are Agent K and Agent J from Men in Black chilling in the middle right of the artwork. Another duo present is Bill and Ted who are all the way to the back the balcony. Just below the hovering, Superman is a realistic design of Rick, Morty, and Mr. Meeseeks.

I could look at this for hours. So many characters.

You can also find a Dalek, a flux capacitor, the Tardis, and the Millennium Falcon among so many more objects from all these massive franchises. Even Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy got a shoutout.

Clearly, it would take us days to cover the whole thing. With so many things to see, fans can't help but hope for a higher-resolution version of the poster. You can go on for hours and still discover something new. Check out a higher-resolution copy on Carlisle's website and let's help each other out to see what more we can find!

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