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(Daily Mail)   The coolest pulp magazine cover movie mash up you'll see all day   ( ) divider line 10
    More: Cool, human beings, William S. Burroughs, Sergio Leone, Hollywood movie, avengers assemble, Arthur C. Clarke, pulp, Blade Runner  
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2012-07-01 02:53:39 AM

121% pure win
2012-07-01 03:16:37 AM  

100 Watt Walrus: [ image 634x945]

121% pure win

I'm liking his other Blade Runner one as well: Linky, too big for Fark
2012-07-01 07:15:28 AM  
They should've done this for John Carter.
2012-07-01 07:54:49 AM
2012-07-01 09:12:20 AM  
Ripley's hair needs to be poofier in the "Alien" poster. But otherwise, over 9000% pure unadulterated win. Especially the Blade Runner one.
2012-07-01 11:11:59 AM  
Cool retro graphic design, but this was funny to me: "Mr Anderson admits 'I'm a huge Star Wars fan' and revelled in reinventing the Star Wars series."

Oh, you're a fan of one of those most famous and well-liked series of all time, go on, spill your guts Mr. Anderson.
2012-07-01 11:16:59 AM  
With "Muscular Luke the Barbarian" and a barefoot Leia tanding on a rock, the very first Star Wars poster was already pretty pulpy to begin with.
2012-07-01 02:53:26 PM  
Well done.

2012-07-01 06:19:10 PM  
I just bought a set of the good, the bad and the ugly prints.

damn I love that movie.
2012-07-02 10:28:54 AM  
Good/bad/ugly trio: IWANT IWANT IWANT!
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