Breaking Bad Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to "Respect the Chemistry!"

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!

Last night, The Breaking Bad Art Project opened at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles, featuring a collection of gorgeous meth-friendly art. But "Breaking Bad: The Animated Series" might just be our very favorite. Check out a collection of the beautiful artwork.

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Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!

"Breaking Bad: The Animated Series" by Ian Glaubinger.

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!
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"Emilio's Disposal" by Dave Perillo.

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!

"Breaking Bad" by Chris Delorenzo.

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!
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"Lily of the Valley" by Phantom City Creative.

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!
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"Jesse Pinkman" by Rhys Cooper.

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!
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"Breaking Bad Prints" by Mike Mitchell.

Illustration for article titled emBreaking Bad/em Saturday morning cartoon teaches you to Respect the Chemistry!
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"Superlab" by Kevin Tong.

[Gallery1988 via The Laughing Squid]

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DISCUSSION

Dr Emilio Lizardo

I think there is a mistake in "Superlab." He lists the melting point of meth as 86 C and the boiling point as 39 C. I'm too tired to look it up (and I don't want to end up on yet another list) but that can't be right.