Artist Daniel Nyari (of famous robots fame) has just created this print of famous weapons from video games, comic characters, and movies. I'm not really sure how Tetris blocks (tetrominoes) count as weapons, but I suppose if you beat somebody in the head with one it would hurt, so I'll allow it. How many of the weapons can you name? I named SIX. "You're an embarrassment." My village shunned me and threw rocks until I left.
Hit the jump for closeups of each section, but head over to Daniel's Society6 shop for prints.
Thanks to PYY, who tried to tell me the most powerful weapon in the world is language even though I would take burning laser vision over being able to communicate any day.
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