If Futurama was bought by CN
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If Futurama was bought by CN

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There's a fair chunk of Futurama "alt art" out there in cyberspace, and this is my contribution to the ever-growing pile: Futurama in the style of some Cartoon Network (& Nickelodeon) shows. I made it in Flash MX using vectors. Resize it to use as your desktop background if you so desire! :)

From left to right: Richard Nixon's head, Dr. Zoidberg, Hermes (emerging from the parallel universe box), Prof. Farnsworth, Bender, Leela (top), Fry (centre), Hypnotoad (bottom), Nibbler, Zapp Brannigan (with one foot on petrified Seymour), Kif, Amy, and everybody's favourite janitor, Scruffy.

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this would be watchable. why not?
Lela still has a nice butt :p



I admit that I wasn't really able to figure out what style you were going for. A lot of Cartoon Network shows have different styles. Then again, I'm fairly certain this was done in the style of Gendy Tartovsky or however you spell his name. That or Craig McCracken. I now realize there are a lot of Futurama pieces like this.

The show ended last year. I loved it and am glad there are people like you who make great tributes like this. The expressions are fantastic here. Everyone is up and moving about. If only Amy was hotter.



was final episode of futurama a few years ago....saying fans to goodbye futurama



three words...

obey hipno toad!!!


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Aug 27, 2009 | 2:43 AM EDT
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