Transporting fictional characters into the realities of the modern world always seems like a good idea, but there are a lot of them that would have a tough time adjusting to everyday life.
As unlucky children everywhere are learning today, there's an entire industry devoted to putting the least amount of effort possible into getting your grandma to buy you a shitty gift. What some of this year's worst offenders might look like.
A lot has changed in the past 50 plus years of movies. Believe it or not, you used to go to the movie theater to watch actors act, and not just as in 'acting scared of the giant CGI robots.'
Each year brings us a new toy that kids will absolutely lose their shit if they don't get for Christmas. We asked you to take a look 100 years in the future and show us what parents will be pepper spraying each other over.
There seems to be no shortage of subjects that uptight people can get worked into a letter-writing-frenzy over. But whether it's the Catholic Church putting a leaf over sculptures' junk or some dude reading random nouns over all the swear words in <em>Scarface</em>, mankind has yet to discover a non-ridiculous way to censor those subjects.
If you're anything like us, when you can't find your keys or notice yet another lonely orphan in your sock drawer, your first thought is that you've been the victim of an extremely elaborate, and pointless conspiracy.
What if glitches, cheats and hacks also occasionally broke the rules of reality the way they do in video games. Imagine how annoying it would be when other people used them against you, or how great it would be when they helped you get out of an annoying task.
How will future history classes remember (or misremember) modern news stories? We asked you to show us with the magic of image manipulation.