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Mad Men silhouette redesigns

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If you're currently enjoying the latest series of Mad Men on Sky Atlantic then you'll probably be one of the many hardcore fans that gets obscenely excited by the mere sound of the melancholic theme tune.

The brilliantly designed opening credits have become so iconic that they've also turned into the stuff of parody, what with the excellent Darth Vader spoof and now this set of pictures from the extremely talented Matt Cowan.

He's imagined four other classic characters in Don's position while still maintaining either a 'mad' or a 'men' in each of their names.

Can you think of any other pop culture characters who could fit?

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