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TV and Films as Comic Books

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The sad passing of The Dandy's printed days was interpreted by some as a sign that the days of the comic book are coming to an end.

But we think the format is still in rude health and simply moving online, and more evidence comes in the form of these hilarious comic book interpretations of some classic TV shows and films.

Mad Men, Breaking Bad, House and Fight Club all get the treatment from London-based artist Tiago Lopes da Conceição; House in particular is particularly biting...

Check out more of his work here

Images: Tiago Lopes da Conceição

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