Artist Removes One Letter From Movie Titles, Draws the Results

hermes

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Many of them are really good.

I wish I could see "T", and I pity the fool who disagrees with me.
 

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Yes!! Something that isn't a Disney Princess mashup! Finally! Yay!!

Very clever and creative work, praise to the artist for his wit and talent. xD
 

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Damn this just made my day. Although I still think Jurasic Ark was the way to go, a Dinotastic take on the biblical clasic...

....OK I'm just going to slink away in shame now
 

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TallanKhan said:
Damn this just made my day. Although I still think Jurasic Ark was the way to go, a Dinotastic take on the biblical clasic...

....OK I'm just going to slink away in shame now
Well if you listen to some fundamentalists they were on the ark, so that would fit too. xD Of course personally I just laugh my ass off at statements like that, but hey, they provide me with free amusement, so it's all good.
 

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Happyninja42 said:
Well if you listen to some fundamentalists
I don't. :)

I'm someone who will happily have a spirited exhange of ideas with anyone, but they have to be at least a little bit open minded. As soon as people start talking about their beliefs in terms of absolute fact my brain starts to ache.

Happyninja42 said:
Well if you listen to some fundamentalists they were on the ark, so that would fit too. xD Of course personally I just laugh my ass off at statements like that, but hey, they provide me with free amusement, so it's all good.
Sorry, now I've taken my swipe at religious fanatics I will answer your post in full and have to say I hadn't considered that. I was going for a Pixar style Noah's Ark story with a bearded T-Rex building an Ark with it's little hand claws, but now I'm seriously considering the opportunity to make a "History of the Dinosaurs for Rednecks" PBS special... But only if Brian Blessed narrates it.
 

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Mad Ma was the first thing that came to mind when I reached Ad Max.

But yeah, Oh Bother, Where Art Thou? is just... magnificent.
 

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I didn't expect to be as entertained by that list as I was. Laughed out loud at "The Fat & The Furious" and "T". Would totally love to see "O Bother, Where Art Thou?"
 

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T, Lord of The Rigs, and Men were the best ones, T especially. He pities the cops as they fly off on the bike.
 

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Very College Humour-ish. Loved T and Lord of the Rigs, especially the license plate. Not so strange to talk to yourself on those long solo trips on the highway, is it precious? My first thought on Ron Man was Ron Burgundy, but the subtitle indicates it's a different Ron I'm not familiar with.

A scene with Burgundy hallucinating being (I)Ron Man would be awesome though...
 

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This... is 'effin brilliant. And the art's pretty good too. I'd actually watch some of these...