A Look Inside Hollywood's Will Ferrell-Themed Bar

Just in time for your yearly Elf viewing, a pop-up bar in Hollywood opened up to sell delicious, Will Ferrell-inspired drinks. Whether you prefer Elf, Semi-Pro, Step Brothers or any other Ferrell film, you're sure to find something to make you laugh at Stay Classy.

Given that so many of the jokes are based on Anchorman, I think it would fit in better in San Diego, but maybe that just makes me a smelly pirate hooker.

The pop-up bar is only open through December 15, so if you live in the area and want to get your Ferrell on, be sure to stop by soon. And if you don't live in the area, you can at least visit vicariously through these LAist pictures.


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Guy's Girlfriend Says No Geeky Stuff Allowed In House, So He Hides It All In Plain Sight

It's a shame that geeks are unfairly judged by some simply because they're passionate about pop culture, but geeky pursuits really bother people for some strange reason, and yet these people will still date geeks.

This creates big problems when the two decide to move in together, since geeks typically collect geeky stuff that a hater won't want to see in their space, and stupid arguments ensue.

Imgur user ohhaibroadcast found out his girlfriend was an anti-geekite when she told him he couldn't put any of his geeky stuff upstairs, so he hid little Warhammer minis and LEGO figures around the house.

Meanwhile, his basement looks like nerdvana, so don't feel too bad for the guy:

He has a full sized MAME arcade cabinet, shelves full of board games, plenty of space for tabletop gaming, and a big screen and comfy recliners so he can watch movies about happy couples.

Something tells me their friends would rather hang out in the basement than upstairs in boring old Dullsville...

-Via TechEblog


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These Amazing Minecraft Creations Took Billions Of Blocks To Build

Gamers have been making virtual artwork in Minecraft since the game first came out five years ago, but overall their creations have been kept simple and square, like 3D versions of 8- or 16-bit pixel art.

However, the art created in Minecraft is limited only by the artist's imagination, dedication and the amount of time they have available to organize thousands, if not millions, of cubes into a detailed work of digital art.

The new book Beautiful Minecraft by No Starch Press collects images of some of the more epic and impressive works created by Minecraft players, including the piece Deep Sea created by nine builders in six days using 32 million blocks.

The piece at the top of the post is Vegard Elseth's Lindblum Gate, which took 60 days and 300 thousand blocks to build, followed by Will Loader's A Futuristic Past, which took 28 days and 9 million blocks to build.

And that simply gorgeous looking landscape shot? That's Andrzej Czerniewski's Magic Of Colors, which took him 22 days to build and contains 7 billion blocks.

I wonder how long it would take to create a 3D print of each piece...

See more from Pore Over These Gorgeous Minecraft Creations at Polygon


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Little Things To Look For When You Watch A Christmas Story

Nowadays TV networks like TBS and AMC will play A Christmas Story for 24 hours straight, so viewers can watch their favorite holiday movie all day long if they want

And yet no matter how many times you've seen it there are probably all sorts of little things you missed or didn't really pay attention to- like Scut Farkus's braces.

A Christmas Story is set in the 1940s and yet Scut the Bully is wearing braces that are bonded to his teeth, which weren't invented until the 70s.

Ralphie's dad gets a colored bowling ball for Christmas, which wasn't invented until the 60s. When Ralphie almost shoots his eye out his glasses are knocked to the ground, where we can see they're three-barrel hinged- a style which didn't exist until the 1980s.

You see where I'm going with this? See how many historical inaccuracies you can spot next time you watch the movie!

Also watch for these cameos- director Bob Clark as Ralphie's Neighbor Swede (pic at top of post), and narrator Jean Shepherd (aka the guy who wrote the original stories the film is based on) as the cranky bearded man who tells Ralphie to get to the back of the line for Santa.

See 25 Things to Look for While Watching The 24-Hour 'A Christmas Story' Marathon at mental_floss


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Surreal Animal Tattoos That Look Like Quirky Sketches

Tattoos have come a long way from those Sailor Jerry days, and now there's nothing cooler than having an artist use a tattoo gun to apply an original piece of artwork to your skin.

These artist original tats are (typically) one of a kind, and they're also a permanent addition to the body, but something tells me London-based artist Otto D'Ambra gets no complaints.

Otto's surreal hybrid critter drawings are so freakin' cool I don't know how people can settle for one tattoo!

See more Surreal Animal Hybrid Tattoos Look Like Quirky Sketchbook Drawings here


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Historically Accurate Combat

Writers love to toss around the term "historically accurate" in order to make their war stories seem more credible and realistic.

But they're ignoring the way battles were really fought and won back in the day, and the fact that dragons were fought by knights who carried around polyhedral dice to keep combat fair for both sides.

So if these writers want to keep their historical war stories up to snuff they need to add concepts found in this Pain Train Comic like rolling for initiative, critical failure and encounter engagement.

Only then can they move on to more advanced concepts like saving throws versus breath weapons and the true cost of having a cleric resurrect you...

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Green Slime Loves Gelatinous Cube

Gelatinous cubes only eat people (and treasure and gear) because they're lonely, and like many emotional eaters they have a hard time finding a love who will understand their situation and won't judge them.

But green slime don't judge, and since both slimes are sexless and ambitionless masses who feel existence has no meaning you'd think the two dungeon dwelling creatures would make perfect partners.

However, as this comic from Joshua Wright shows, when lovers discover they have everything in common, including their slimy complexion, it can be hard to tell who's who!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Strange And Sarcastic Comics That Poke Fun At The Way We Live

Comic artists often draw images of real life they've filtered through their own wacky lens, and many become known not only for their artwork but also for their twisted sense of humor.

Moscow based illustrator Anton Gudim shares his strange, silly, and often sarcastic sense of humor via textless panels that poke fun at people stuff, like those silly human traditions we hold dear. 

Gudim's panels show us that a comic strip doesn't need words to leave a mark on our brains, and they also prove you don't need spelled out sound effects to know when a character is screaming in pain.

See These Unusual And Sarcastic Illustrations Will Make You Rethink The Way We Live here


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You've Never Seen Disney Babes Like This

Instagram Metalslimer isn't afraid to cosplay male and female characters -only unlike most people who chose to do that, he is anything but androgynous. But that's precisely what makes his female cosplays so memorable -especially those Disney babes.

While his Jessica Rabbit is hilarious, the fact that his Belle cosplay looks like Gaston snuck into her wardrobe and got a little crazy. 

You can check out his other crazy, hilarious cosplays at his Instagram

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Miniature Rock Stars Made Out Of Peanuts

Peanut shells seem like a strange medium for sculpture, but talented miniature artist Steve Casino turns ordinary peanuts into pop culture icons with so much character they could hang out with Mr. Peanut.

Scratch that, I don't think Mr. Peanut is cool enough to hang with Steve Casino's creations, plus Mr. Peanut is all posh while the Casino crowd is a bit rough around the edges.

Steve's peanut superstars look perfectly camera ready in the front, but he leaves their backsides bare so you can see their humble beginnings as an ordinary legume.

See Miniature Versions Of Punks And Pop Culture Idols Made Of Peanuts here


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Some Of The Best And Worst Gimmick Comic Book Covers

People are buying comic books like never before thanks to the movie adaptations that are making billions in the box office, and yet the comic industry still struggles to stay afloat.

Nowadays people decide which series to read based on reviews online, so  their opinions aren't swayed by a snazzy looking cover, but back in the day a gimmick cover was the ultimate way to sell comic books.

Guest artists were often brought in to create the bold illustrations on the cover, and this art was designed to make readers feel like that issue was something they couldn't live without.

Unfortunately, many companies also relied too heavily on needlessly gimmicky covers to sell their books, like The Amazing Spider-Man issue 400 which was supposed to look like a tombstone but wound up looking like a blurry mess.

See The All Time Greatest Comic Book Gimmick Covers here and the All Time Worst Comic Book Gimmick Covers here


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Movies That Got 100% On Rotten Tomatoes

Rotten Tomatoes started out as a site that featured movie reviews "from a variety of critics in the U.S.", and now the review aggregator website is "the most trusted measurement of quality for Movies & TV."

But a film that achieves a one hundred percent rating is something special no matter how you feel about the site, and yet many of the movies that have earned a perfect rating are quite surprising.

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Toy Story 1 and 2 took the 100% title, and so did Man On Wire, Mary Poppins and The Terminator, which is a surprise, but old Cool Hand Luke was a shoo-in for the 100 percenters club.

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Screen Rant took a look at 10 Movies That Got 100% On Rotten Tomatoes (And A Few That Got Close), but if you want to see the absolute Best of RT you've gotta check out the list here.


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Honest Illustrations About Our Tech Obsessed Lives

Integrating technology into our lives was supposed to make things easier for us, automating and managing aspects of our daily lives to ease our burden, but in reality tech has made things more complicated.

We now struggle to unplug, constantly searching for a wi-fi signal so we aren't disconnected from our online friends list, each of us easily distracted by the small screens in our pockets and purses.

It appears our priorities shifted when we weren't paying attention, and now we'd rather carry on heated discussions about the color of dresses instead of speaking about the sad state of affairs in America.

Illustrator Eduardo Salles has a knack for cutting through the digital chatter to expose the soft, fleshy parts of our minds that have yet to become permanently attached to the internet.

Plug his brutally honest illustrations in and enjoy!

See Honest Illustrations Depict The Uncomfortable Truths Of Life With Technology here


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Some Of The Most Distracting Extras In Movie History

Movie extras mill about in the background of our favorite TV shows and movies, paid to act like regular folks doing regular stuff while the main actors deliver their performances.

But hiring regular folks to be movie extras can pose a problem if they're not coached on the concept of blending in, like the crazy "businessman" who tries to steal the spotlight in this clip from Ghostbusters.

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It can be just as hard to make a kid understand how their fidgeting, or in the case of North By Northwest preemptive ear plugging, may detract from a scene's sense of drama when they're visible behind the actors.

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Child extras can also get hurt if the actors aren't careful, which the "Candy Man" almost learned the hard way in this scene from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Watch as the blonde girl in the bottom right corner of the screen narrowly dodges the counter, and a broken jaw, like a little ninja:

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See 12 of the Most Distracting Extras in Movie History here


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A Collection Of Silly Doctor Who Comics To Make Your Spirits Bright

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For most Whovians the holiday season has been associated with Doctor Who ever since they watched their first Christmas special, and now we have a present from The Doctor to look forward to at the end of every year.

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But if you're tired of waiting for The Doctor to come back on the airwaves, or you're looking for a sure-fire way to keep your sci-fi lovin' spirits bright during the holidays, then look no further!

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These Doctor Who comics are warm and witty, strange and silly and full of references only fans of the show will know, and they won't bust your holiday budget because webcomics are free! Allons-Y!

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Read 10 Silly Doctor Who Comics To Warm Your Heart here

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Fun Facts About Robin Hood: Men in Tights

Can you believe that Robin Hood: Men in Tights is over twenty years old? If you agree that this is one of, if not the absolute, best Robin Hood movies ever created, you won't want to miss this collection of great trivia about the film. For example, did you know that Mel Brooks had already worked on a Robin Hood tv series back in the seventies? Or that Sean Connery was originally going to be King Richard and was going to play him in drag, but that he wanted too much money for the role?

Celebrate those tight -tight tights over at Mental Floss


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My Life as a Background Ravenclaw

This comic from Emily McGovern at Emily's Cartoons sent me down an internet wormhole, but I learned a few things. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is indeed in Scotland. And indeed, it makes no sense that students from Scotland would have to travel to London to catch a train to school. But as the wiki states, "The precise location of the school could never be uncovered because it was rendered Unplottable." Maybe the roundabout route for Scottish students is a way of keeping the location a secret, you think? That may be it. The Hogwarts Express train was inaugurated in the 1850s as a way to transport students to the school without drawing the attention of Muggles.

Could a parent in Scotland just drive their student to Hogwarts? No. According to the wiki, "the Ministry decreed that students would arrive to school on the train or not attend at all." Just like Muggle schools, there are rules that don't make sense. But a dedicated train doesn't conceal the fact that on September first, a large contingent of schoolchildren arrive at Hogsmeade Station in Scotland and are whisked away to the school. Apparently, the folks in Hogsmeade do not travel all that much. Check out McGovern's Tumblr site, where you'll find a substantial series called My Life as a Background Slytherin. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Vintage Photos From The Heyday Of Beat Culture In New York

When people hear the word "Beatnik" they immediately think about berets, striped shirts, bongos, bad poetry and goatees, and the Beatnik subculture is still most commonly associated with the 1960s.

But the heyday for Beats like Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso and Alan Ginsberg was actually the late 1940s through the 50s, because that's when they were busy inspiring a literary movement and subculture at the same time.

The original Beats who inspired the trendy Beatniks in the 60s could be seen hanging out in jazz clubs and coffee shops around Greenwich Village, New York, where they would read poems, dig the tunes or just get dixie fried.

So if you wanted to meet those real gone cats collectively known as the Beat Generation you had to hang at places like the Gaslight Cafe or the Seven Arts Cafe, where every night was a gas and the java flowed all night long.

See 35 Photographs That Capture The Beatniks' Heyday In New York City here


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Marvel Movie Scenes That Were Way More Disturbing In The Comics

Marvel movies have reached a point of complexity with their interwoven plot lines that the comics are actually being adjusted to fit the movie lore instead of vice versa.

But there's one element that had to be changed so the movie adaptations could receive a PG-13 rating- the brutal and disturbing scenes found in the comics.

These family friendly movies rely on audiences having a great feeling about the heroes and a really bad feeling about the villains, but in the comics the line between good and bad gets a bit blurry.

Hank Pym, the original Ant-Man, has a history of domestic violence against Janet Pym, aka Wasp. Mutant siblings Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are so close they once carried on an incestuous relationship.

Oh, and that tame spin put on the beginning of the Civil War in the third Captain America movie?

That was way too family friendly when compared to how it happened in the comics- it all started when a villain named Nitro used his explosive powers to essentially nuke the town of Stamford, Connecticut...

See 12 Marvel Movie Scenes That Were Way More Brutal In The Comics here


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Dialect Coach Breaks Down The Accents 32 Different Actors Use In Movies

The accents you hear in movies aren't typically what you'd call accurate, and this lack of accuracy can be really distracting and detract from the viewing experience.

Of course, having no accent at all can ruin a movie too, just look at how bad Kevin Costner's portrayal of Robin Hood was largely because he refused to use a British accent.

But even though they have dialect coaches like Erik Singer available to help actors master a more realistic accent it seems they'd rather let actors like Brad Pitt and Will Smith do their own thang.

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Dialect coach Erik Singer shows us what the Pitts and Smiths do wrong when they affect an accent, but he also shows us how some actors get it oh so right, like Philip Seymour Hoffman's portrayal of Truman Capote.

-Via IndieWire


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THE DRAWING Is A Fun Horror Short With A Killer Soundtrack

If you find a child's drawing on the street in real life you pick it up and think "how cute!", but if you're in a movie that drawing is usually a sign of bad things to come.

Or, in this case of THE DRAWING that kid's doodle is the bad thing, and it may have been drawn by a less than innocent child...

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The Drawing was created by Micah Roland and Jason Brown for 1A Plate Productions as an homage to classic horror anthology shows like The Twilight Zone or Goosebumps, in other words wait for it...

-Via Bloody Disgusting


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A Cringeworthy Collection Of Awkward Cosplay Photos

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Cosplayers look really cool when they're posing for photos or walking around the Con floor, but nobody considers how awkward they look when they're riding the train to the Con or sitting down for a meal in full costume.

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Many of the pros carry a costume bag with them to the Con so they can avoid these awkward moments, but even a pro will find themselves stuck on awkward speed once in a while.

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Those moments are just part of livin' that cosplay life, and all you can do when awkwardness strikes is keep calm and ask someone to help you get out the door!

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See Cosplayers In Compromising Positions here


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The Horror Movie Actors Behind The Iconic Masks

It must suck to be the star of a slasher flick, because nobody ever really knows your name or your face since you're stuck wearing a mask or makeup the entire time.

The hockey mask becomes famous, the weird William Shatner mask becomes iconic and the skin mask and chainsaw are easily identified by all, and yet far too few know Kane Hodder is the man who played Jason Voorhees in the Friday The 13th movies.

It's common knowledge that Robert Englund played Freddy Krueger in every Nightmare On Elm Street flick, but are you familiar with the name Nick Castle?

He's the guy who played Michael Myers in the original Halloween movies, and yet Nick is way more famous for being the co-writer of Escape From New York than for his chilling portrayal of Michael Myers.

And let's not forget Doug Bradley, the guy who's happy to be called Pinhead because he plays that sinister Cenobite in the Hellraiser movies.

Doug has fully embraced the darkness that comes with playing the head Cenobite, which isn't surprising considering he has been friends with Clive Barker since the two were in secondary school.

Still, without those pins stuck in his head he's hard to pick out of a crowd...

See Horror Movie Characters Behind The Mask here


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Harry Potter Fan Theories That Totally Make Sense

One of the great things about the Harry Potter series is that it is detailed enough to be a great story, but still open enough that it allows for an entire world of fan theories, sequels and other additions. Ranker has collected some of the best fan theories in one place and some of them really are mind blowing. For example, are the Dursleys cruel to Harry because he has a horcrux inside of him and Horcruxes do make people inexplicably angry and hateful? Or were Neville's spells backfiring so long because he chose to use his father's wand rather than using a wand that actually chose him?

Check out the full list of theories over at Ranker


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Male And Female Celebrities Who Look An Awful Lot Alike

I'm sure you've seen side-by-side comparisons that show how shockingly similar Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber look, but you'd be surprised just how many male celebs look like female celebs and vice versa.

Actually, it's not that surprising considering Hollywood loves actresses with a distinct jaw line and actors with slightly androgynous faces, but some celebs look so similar they could almost be the same person.

And then we have to start asking ourselves- when was the last time you saw Maria Shriver and Willem Dafoe in the same room?

That has to be a coincidence, right? But how can we explain away the shockingly similar face shared by Scarlett Johansson and young Christopher Walken?

See 17 Male And Female Celebrities That Look Terrifyingly Similar here


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You Need This 3D Periodic Table Lamp

The periodic table is a work of art in itself, but putting a generic poster of the elements on your wall is a little uninspired. If you're looking for a particularly attractive way to display the elements, this Instructables creation is far more appealing. 

You can even make your own lamp over by following the instructions, but it's not particularly easy -and you're going to have to spend some serious time and effort to get samples to fill in the jars. In fact, the one in the tutorial only has 20 samples so far.

Check out how to make make your own here.


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The Most Indestructible Superheroes And Villains

We normal humans tend to be quite envious of the powers possessed by superfolks, but the one we envy most is the power of invulnerability or indestructibility.

That's because we all fear death, and if we knew we couldn't be killed by any normal earthly means we could stop worrying about dying and adopt a devil may care attitude about life.

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But being indestructible is not without its drawbacks, and when you live in a world where evil seems to triumph at every turn this power doesn't make you feel any more secure about your place in the world.

And if you end up shooting your mouth off like Deadpool then villains will spend all their time and effort trying to figure out how to make you stay down for good.

It's enough to make you as blue as Doctor Manhattan, who found that immortality breeds apathy and nihilistic tendencies, and Galactus' has learned that immortality leads to soul crushing loneliness.

Of course, it doesn't help that Galactus is older than the Big Bang and has to eat planets to survive, both of which are total deal breakers for most potential dates.

See The 12 Most Indestructible Comic Book Characters here


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MALL 84 Is An Animated Love Letter To The 80s

There are so many things to love about the 1980s it's hard to fit them all into one project, but if you're going to properly pay homage to that radical decade your project has to include a shopping mall.

Malls were like microcosms of American life in the 80s- they were the place where you could see all the latest styles, trends and tech, or all the noisy new games in the video arcade.

MALL 84 from Gervart on Vimeo.

Gervais Merryweather created this wonderfully eye pleasing animated short as "a love letter to the 1980's..", then he got Mitch Murder to create the soundtrack and make MALL 84 an instant classic!

-Via GeekTyrant


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Looking For A Great Comic Strip With A Wicked Twist? Head Down A Toon Hole

Comic strips wouldn't be the same without that (typically last panel) twist ending, and even though this last panel reveal is a well known part of the medium there are still plenty of strips out there that can still surprise you.

Toon Hole is one of those comic strips, and their black comedy coupled with the eye pleasing artwork makes Toon Hole the strip you need to brighten up our dark days.

Because you can't go wrong with a comic strip like Toon Hole that delivers the funny without fail strip after toon-tastic strip!

See 10+ Cartoons By Toon Hole That End So Unexpectedly It Will Make You Laugh here


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Mad Shelia Is The Chinese Mad Max Ripoff The World Needs Now

Asian companies have been creating bootleg versions of American merch and media for decades, and in that time they have become masters of making knockoff products that are just different enough to avoid a lawsuit.

But when they decided to rip off mega hit Mad Max they didn't care how much their film resembled the original, and this attitude shifted Mad Shelia from bootleg to full blown parody film.

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Mad Shelia looks like it might be the most enjoyable ripoff movie ever made, and the studio who made the film already has two sequels in the works, so the Mad Max crew better get to work or they risk being run over!

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