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Cartoonist Illustrates Star Wars Prequels with Actual Emotional Depth

While it's pretty generally agreed the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace has some pretty big problems, and doesn't communicate its story well, award winning cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks made a really interesting version of Anakin's story. While it might not completely redeem the "ruined childhoods" of people who didn't like the prequels, it does something to fix the movies. For another star wars thing, here's a guy who set the record straight on a common misreading of Luke Skywalker.

Cartoonist rewrites Anakin's story for Star Wars Prequels with emotional depth.
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Artist Dad Adapts Sons' Drawings Into Anime Style (30 Images)

Thomas Romain is a French artist who takes inspiration from his kids, adapting their own characters into incredibly elaborate and creative pieces of art. It's pretty cool where a kid's imagination can go, and with the technical skill of an artist applied makes it that much better.

Artist adapts his kids drawings into anime style.
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simpsons illustrator liz climo animal conversations
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Liz Climo works as a character artist and storyboard revisionist for The Simpsons but she also started drawing pictures that imagine what animals would be talking about in everyday conversations. View all here!

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Check out YouTube flipbook artist Etoilec1's third episode of Dragon Ball Z depicting Gohan's epic battle against Jenemba. Head over to his YouTube channel to browse the rest of the flipbook collection.

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Forget modifying an existing picture, the new hotness is fabricating a a portrait entirely.

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DrFaustusAU of Australia remade the Lovecraft classic The Call of Cthulu as a Dr. Seuss book. He managed to nail the style perfectly, complete with that aged look that can only come from seeing a kid's book change dozens of hands through an elementary school library. Check out the full book in the gallery below, and more on his personal web page!