Making movies better by subtracting one letter...
In Movie Title Typos, artist Austin Light removes just one letter from a well-known movie title to inspire a surprising and hilarious visual scenario. There's Obocop (a robotic police officer works through his PTSD by playing smooth jazz), T. (a boy meets a jewelry-clad alien who pities fools), Harry Otter, The Princess and the Fro, Finding Emo, Pup Fiction, and many more. A massive viral hit when he first posted sketches of the work online (1.2 million hits in the first 6 hours), Light has created new full-color illustrations for all, with the majority of the book's content never before seen on the Web. Here is a parallel universe glimpse at could-have-been films possibly better—definitely funnier—than the originals.
Size: 8.25" x 6.25".
Posted by Jennifer on 16th Feb 2018
I love whenever someone decides to change up movie or song titles by subtracting or adding words and letters. It's hilarious, and I'm in awe of the creativity. This book is awesome because not only do you get the altered movie titles, but fun illustrations and funny descriptions about what the new movie would be like.