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Jul 30, 2009 | 3:00 AM EDT
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The mad hatter's design pisses me off. I love Tim Burton and his works. But lately it's pathetically clear he just doesn't care anymore. That's not even a style anymore.

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zombiecakeszombiecakes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love im a big Tim burton fan!



ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I never noticed that

At first, I thought this was a tribute to that popular "fjsal" meme. It features all these different faces just like this, put on the same guy. If not, it was interesting to see you noticed something like this. The artwork itself wasn't that great, but as it was mostly a joke, it certainly wasn't intended to be that good. I actually liked the Mad Hatter's design in the movie, but I thought the film was okay overall. This might be the first art piece I saw where it featured more than one image.

I liked how there were different objects in some images. It made it look like an animation as some of these collections do. The Mad Hatter actually looked like he had the most detailed appearance of anyone there. It's too bad I have not seen most of these movies or other Tim Burton works. I guess a dark style brings in similar artwork.



neoflame1neoflame1

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wow

never noticed it before... they are all the same!



suchosucho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

but where would johhny be without him?

yea. he doesnt. he told me. HE TOLD ALL OF US WITH WILLY WONKA.



KnocturneKnocturne

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Didn't get all the incarnations

Bah, you are complaining about nepotism and his style? Why would Tim Burton making things in his style almost always not be his style anymore? That doesn't make sense.

As far as nepotism goes, it's common in the film industry and Johnny Depp is a versatile actor. I mean, while some characters he played working under Tim Burton have been similar (Edward Scissorhands & Ichabod Crane) there are also wide variations (Ed Wood & Willy Wonka).

The design of the Mad Hatter is different from most of the Burton designs of the past, and there was not enough scenes in the teaser to even know how Johnny Depp is going to play the part.

The cropping of the drawings and the missing characters from Burton/Depp collabs are what makes this kinda lame. It'd be a funnier statement if it was about Nicholas Cage's ability to play the same role each time or something.


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AlmightyHans responds:

thanks for your opinion