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Inner demons of pop culture


What haunts you? A word left unsaid? A past that can't be forgotten? That final golden star on Mario 64?

Illustrator Christopher Hemsworth knows a thing or two about emotional baggage. His darkly comic series Dear Inner Demons explores the guilt, confessions and burdens of a variety of characters - from Victorian lovers to average couples.

The episodes that caught our eye are those dedicated to stars of popular culture: Mario's real battles, Darth Vader's paternal failings and Sonic's hidden secret.

Head over to Hemsworth's Dear Inner Demons site for a daily helping of darkness, and check out his prints on his society6 page.

(Images: Christopher Hemsworth)

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