1960's Geek Folk Album Art for BUFFY, FIREFLY, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA and More

Here's a fun collection of geek inspired folk album art featuring classic series such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Zelda, and Dr. Horrible with fun folk music style band names. The cool cover art was created by Joe "Joebot" Spiotto, and for those of you interested in purchasing any prints you can get them on his Etsy page. Check out the collection below and tell us what you think!

Fresh out of Sunnydale, here comes Buffy and the Scoobies with their debut album "Chosen"! Choose your weapon and get your blood boiling with heart pounding songs such as "The Big Bad", "Out For A Walk, Bitch", and "Hush". Buffy and the Scoobies take aim at your heart and will have you begging for more. Fortune favors the brave when you are Chosen.

Dust off your browncoats and holster your Alliance-issued pistols, River Tam & The Fireflies are ready to come back from the black and right into your hearts with their new album "Serenity"! Join the crew of this firefly class transport ship as they aim to misbehave with hit songs such as "I Swallowed A Bug", "Nothin' Twixt My Nethers", and their new, hit single "Miranda". You can't stop the signal, and after your first listen, you'll never want to!

Humanity's Children have come back ... to rock the human race! Caprica 6 and her Cylon bandmates are coming to conquer your hearts and minds with their latest album "By Your Command". Armed with poppy hooks and shredding guitar solos, songs like "Are You Alive?" and "Skin Job" will have your spine glowing red faster than a squadron of viper pilots can say FRAK!

Hey, Listen! The Legends of Hyrule are back for a new adventure with "Songs of Time". Join Link and Princess Zelda as they sail through instant classics such as "Grumble Grumble", "Excuse Me, Princess" and much much more! Grab your Ocarina and your Master Sword and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime. It's a secret to everybody when you listen to the Songs of Time!

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