What if, instead of making the transition into a 2009 blockbuster film by a "visionary" director, Alan Moore's Watchmen were adapted into a cheesy Saturday morning cartoon where Silk Spectre plays a keytar and the Comedian hopes for a kiss? That scenario is no longer hypothetical:
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Seeing an animated man transform into a car really makes me miss the days of Turbo Teen.
Surprisingly, this is not an official viral video; just something this guy made and will be sued for. (Thanks to Jonah for the tip.)
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