X-Ray Illustrations Of Famous Characters By Chris Panda

Dec 13, 2013

Category: Living

Ever wonder how big Batman’s fibula is? How about the shape of Sylvester the Cat’s humerus? Wonder no more, because French illustrator Chris Panda has gone deeper than skin to create an awesome array of X-ray illustrations showing the bones of some classic characters.

Previously, the only way to have seen Link’s bones would’ve been to hope he becomes a real person, finishes up all his Zelda-related business, befriends you, then shows you an X-ray that his doctor gave him—this is much easier. Various skeletons of cartoon, comic, and video game characters are portrayed, but without a doubt the most disturbing image is Miley Cyrus twerking on Beetlejuice. Mr. Panda, you owe us $395 for our now necessary therapy sessions.

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