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Pretty freaky. The South Park one is straight from the show, the "Free Willzyx" episode.

I really don't know which one is most disturbing. Bart or Homer, I think.

EDIT: typo.

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These are all pretty good, but where do the wrinkles come from on Popeye? He wasn't that old, was he?
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I never realized how much Peter Griffith looks like a bloated Bill Gates in real life. Interesting stuff.





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Erhm, they still look pretty cartoonish to me.

The Southpark ones are the best, as it transforms their cartoon look into actual human proportions and possible faces.
Unlike Stewie who still has a football shaped head.

So definitely not as interesting as I hoped before clicking the link. But yes, very freakish.




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The one of Homer bothers me so, so much and I can't quite put my finger on why that is. The one of Stewie is my favorite.

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    Originally posted by StingArmy
    The one of Homer bothers me so, so much and I can't quite put my finger on why that is.
Me too, and I finally figured it out: His upper lip looks like the "head" of a penis and his nose kinda sticks out like one.



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    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
      Originally posted by StingArmy
      The one of Homer bothers me so, so much and I can't quite put my finger on why that is.
    Me too, and I finally figured it out: His upper lip looks like the "head" of a penis and his nose kinda sticks out like one.


I had to go back and look at it but yeah, you're exactly right. Calvin looks just like Dash from the Incredibles.
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Most of them are deep in the Uncanny Valley for me, but I liked the Jessica Rabbit one.



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    Originally posted by SKLOKAZOID
    These are all pretty good, but where do the wrinkles come from on Popeye? He wasn't that old, was he?

I thought it might be Poopdeck Pappy, but he's missing a beard. Since these were pulled from multiple sources, maybe that particular one was "What if Popeye was real and really old?".



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Maybe it was like the "Pearls Before Swine" where all the comic strip were required to age their charcter based on how long they've been around.

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Stan Smith looks like a very exaggerated version of George Clooney to me.




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