Just when you think you’ve seen everything, you see this: a plush Cotton Candy Cocoon inspired by the cult classic, Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Yes, it exists.
The basic plot of the 1997 comedy film Good Burger revolves around the misadventures of two friends, Ed (played by Kel Mitchell) and Dexter (played by Kenan Thompson), who work at a fast-food restaurant called Good Burger. The movie is based on a recurring sketch from the Nickelodeon comedy series All That. If you’ve seen the film, you may recall that it featured a distinctive customized vehicle, known as the Good Burger car, used by the characters while making food deliveries.
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Ladies, gentlemen, and inter-dimensional beings, gather ’round for a cosmic adventure through the lens of a Comic Con rookie! Hold on to your utility belts and power-up those light sabers because, folks, we’re about to dive headfirst into the whirlwind that was my inaugural voyage to New York Comic Con. Now, before you start judging my ‘capturing cosplayers’ skills, let me lay it out there – my game was weak. But hey, in my defense, I was too busy getting lost in the kaleidoscope of geekdom that is NYCC!
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George Townley is a London-based designer and illustrator with a passion for drawing stylized architechture, as well as reimagined movie and travel posters. This fantastic rendition of Barbie’s very pink Dream House was spotted in the booth for LA’s Spoke Art Gallery at the recent New York Comic Con. Fabulous.