The Periodic Table Of Imaginary Elements

Posted by Grey Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Something for the sci-fi geeks.

Illustrator Russell Walker has released an original art print, showcasing a Periodic Table of Imaginary ElementsPeriodic Table of Imaginary Elements, covering all kinds of fictional chemical elements from comics, games, literature, movies and television shows.

Walks has painstakingly cataloged these substances in different medias: Television, Cinema, Literature (containing comic books as well), and Gaming. The chart is then sorted into four origins, namely:

1) Naturally Occurring on Earth
2) Magically Occurring on Earth
3) Magically Occurring off Earth
4) Artificially created

For those who still remain skeptical over the intricacy of the table, a quick glance has revealed the following substances such Amazonium (Wonder Woman), Chemical X (sugar, spice and everything nice?), Marvelium (Captain Marvel/Shazam), Uru (Thor), Kairoseki (One Piece) and Tiberium (Command & Conquer).

"The Periodic Table of Imaginary Elements" is available as print for $25 from Walks' website.

Source: Kotaku

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