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Kung Tai Ted Vs. The World

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Okay so maybe not the world...more like Kung Tai Ted vs The man with no name vs James Bond vs MOTHERFUCKING POPEYE!!!!

Title card artwork done for an upcoming episode of Kung Tai Ted presented by the brilliant Brad Jones. Check out his website for amazing obscure movie reviews.

http://www.thecinemasnob.
com/

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My name is... I have no name. But \I am's what I asm'... now where's me spinach..., or my vodka martini,...

It's sad that you haven't submitted something to the art portal in five years! You are such a great artist! Well, maybe doing so would kill the variety your stuff has. Eh, whatever. It's great to see all these pop culture icons together fighting! My favorite would have to be Popeye.

It's probably because he's the most cartoonish. It even looks like he was the hardest to draw. He's so different than the other characters. Yeah, I love Brad Jones too! I just noticed I don't recognize half the guys here.

Gawd damn Kung Tai 'n Popeye interrupting a duel...whatever.

the good bad and the ugly, a fistful of dollars and for a few dollars more are some of my facourite movies.

This illustration is amazing in so many ways, but...where the hell is Popeye's corncob pipe!?

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