The little pageant princess got her wish when Bluewater Productions redneckognized and created a 15 Minutes: Honey Boo Boo superhero comic with four collectible covers.
The popular Star Trek star heads to Riverdale in Archie Comics' Kevin Keller No. 6, along with his husband, Brad.
A biography comic book—appropriately titled Infamous: Lindsay Lohan—detailing the oft-troubled star's rollercoaster life will soon be released for digital download. Hey, at least she looks good in the cover art (in comparison to her other mug shots).
Family Guy's Peter Griffin uses the "Boyfriend" singer's lovely face as a punching bag when he gets the idea that wife Lois and the Biebs are getting too cozy.
The mastermind behind The Walking Dead gets a taste of his own medicine when he's eaten by zombies on Robot Chicken's Nov. 18 episode.
Better redneckognize! The TLC reality stars head on down to South Park and search for a pageant pig as their animated selves.
The late Queen frontman has become an honorary member of the Angry Birds family, and his character stars in a new animation which was released the week of Mercury's birthday.
What the fluff?! Adventure Time, our favorite awesomely epic cartoon about a boy and his shape-shifting dog, gets a visit from the multi-talented, onetime Ferris Bueller, who appears as the Dream Warrior on the series. Shmowzow!
The America's Got Talent judge will be heard as Captain Hook's mother, Mama Hook, on the May 12 episode of Disney Junior's Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
The Cleveland Show borrows the vocal talents of a Glee star and a member of the Black Eyed Peas for their April 29 episode.
Need someone to voice the Winklevoss twins for an episode of The Simpsons? Well, why not get the guy who played them in The Social Network? We like!
How's this for a holiday treat? The cute crooner's avatar is set to join (on Dec. 20) Zynga's Facebook game, CityVille, as a way of celebrating the singer's successful new album, Christmas. Fans will not only be able to mingle with "Michael," but join him on a number of quests. All of which is music to our ears!
Indiana Jones is on Facebook?! Yep. The fedora-wearing archaeologist is now part of social gaming giant Zynga's Adventure World. Crack that whip!
Blake Lively's man friend made a guest appearance on Family Guy playing himself, and surprise! He wasn't wearing a shirt.
Glee's Cheerio coach took some time out of McKinley High to be the voice of Roz, Homer's new assistant that soon takes over his job on The Simpsons. Sounds about right.
The Speak Now singer stars in a graphic novel by Jarred Weisfeld, who brings Taylor's accomplishments to life in living cartoon color.
Or is it, Dustin Lieber? After all, that's what they're calling the pop sensation on Comedy Central's Ugly Americans.
As if 30 Rock's Jack Donaghy couldn't get more, well, animated, along comes a series of online shorts to coincide with the airing of the show's 100th episode.
Talk about timing! Seeing how the royal wedding will undoubtedly be the biggest event this year, what a coincidence that the upcoming sequel, Cars 2, happens to feature such characters as Prince Wheeliam and, well, The Queen.
The NBA star lends his voice to a kid named Business for The LeBrons, a show designed to provide positive messages to today's youth. Sounds like a slam dunk!
How hard is it to capture the star's ethereal beauty? Pretty hard, because this comic book cover doesn't really do justice to her foxiness.
The action star-turned-governor is now turning into a Stan Lee TV and comic book character in the guise of The Governator.
The actor's personal mythology—machete-wielding Vatican assassin warlock with tiger blood and Adonis DNA—is stranger than any superhero fiction, so the creators of Infamous are sticking to a biographical format in the 32-page comic book, expected to be released this summer.
Ever wonder what the lifestyle maven was like as a 10-year-old? Well, look no further than the six "Martha & Friends" specials airing on the Hallmark Channel throughout the holiday season.