So much nostalgia in one picture....Can't look away! Everyone is there! Look at Spidey on the Tardis! ( I do wish that the Bionic Woman was in her iconic jumpsuit. Without it she's hard to identify. But that's a small point for such an awesome image!) fantastic Job!
i definitely wish i'd made a little more effort to get the ladies closer to looking like their respective real life counterparts, The Bionic Woman is probably the farthest off target, i'm just glad people are able to figure it out through process of eliminatiobn!
Absolutely amazing tribute to the era of sciFi that I first loved. (i'm in awe of the talent that created this). Had so much fun trying to remember the ships and people. Thrilled to see the ship from 'battle of the planets' (sometimes called G-Force). You even have Logan's Run.
Is that Bruce Banner with duffel bag at the front?
I first thought the dog was Joe from the series Run Joe, Run. But then I saw the name Max and I knew it was the bionic dog.
Nice to see Daniel Westin (David McCalum) was not forgotten. And when you look closely, you'll see another hero standing in front of Dr. Who, as close to the "camera" as Steve Austin. It's Gemini Man, but he switched his digital watch off!
One little error. The ship from Land of the Giants should be red! In yellow it looks too much like the Flying Sub (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea) but the shape and size tell me it is the ship from Land of the Giants.
Also both the Bionic Woman and Wilma Deering should have much smaller breasts. Unlike Lynda Carter, Lindsey Wagner and Erin Gray had perfect bodies!
All in all, I love this wonderful piece of art. As much as I love the 1970's!
I had to register just to express my appreciation for this. Thank you for such a delightful trip and stumble down memory lane only Quark befuddled me. I did recognise Richard Benjamin though, so well done on all the likenesses being so spot on! But where are Gerry Anderson's puppet people? And Sapphire & Steel? Still, having Maya alongside Commander Koenig, Leela, the Man from Atlantis, Wilma, Buck & Twiki (no Hawk, thanks very much!) amongst so many others excuses you many times over. Thanks again!
The ship that Twiki is holding is from Land of the Giants... That was actually the 60s (1968 actually). Did they reuse that for something in the 70s? I'm pretty good with the sci-fi trivia from the 70s and can't remember it being recycled.
Other than that - spot on. Fantastic piece of work.