The Hundred Acre Wood Avengers

What happens when you cross The Avengers with the art-style normally found in a Winnie the Pooh book? Something we call the Hundred-Acre Wood Avengers.

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I suppose it was bound to happen. In a world where we have mashups of the Simpsons as Marvel Characters and Beer Coolers that resemble R2-D2 from Star Wars, seeing someone mix together The Avengers with Winnie the Pooh isn’t all that far-fetched. Or is it? Take a look at these pictures and then you can tell me.

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According to our source, Thaeger, these bizarre drawings were illustrated by C.P. Wilson III, whose chicken scratch you can spot in the bottom corners of each piece.

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The main inspiration for these series, judging from all the character’s lethargic expression and bumbling antics, would seem to come from the timeless Winnie the Pooh classic, The Hundred-Acre Wood. With dopey heroes like this, it makes me glad that to see that their greatest enemy isn’t a world-destroying maniac, but rather trying to walk in straight line and not fall over.

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I can’t help but laugh a little everytime I look at these heroes. The Incredible in particular is just plain over-the-top ridiculous, with his sad Eeyore face mixed with that bear-like ability of being trapped in the wall. In this case I really don’t think I would worry about getting the big green guy all that angry, if he seems content to just lie on his back under a tree even with his arch enemy staring down at his face.

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Hopefully you got just as big a kick out of these pictures as I did. Seeing them kind of gave me a weird feeling of nostalgia, but in a mashed-up way. I remember reading both Winne the Pooh stories and Marvel comics when I was young, so this is a pretty strange gathering of memories.

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