Pixar animator recaps the NFL season as epic comic battles

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If you've been mourning the end of the NFL season this week, you can still relieve some of the season's greatest showdowns thanks to Pixar animator Austin Madison. His series of "Fantasy Football" sketches pits NFL mascots against one another in fantastical cartoon battles.

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Madison takes a bit of liberty with his "mascots," as you can see from Master Chief standing in for the Kansas City Chiefs. Similarly, the Saints are played by the gun-toting protagonists from The Boondocks Saints and Buffalo gets a bunch of famous fellows named Bill. Madison has the full series (including moments from the Super Bowl) on his blog, and has prints and cards of some of the illustrations available on Zazzle.

Fantasy Football [Austin Madison via ComicsAlliance]

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djublonskopf

So the Chiefs could find a way out of the "Native American mascots are racist" brouhaha by shifting their mascot to the "[Master] Chiefs".

Copyright details aside . . . given the massive overlap between sports fans and Halo fans, that seems like a win-win for the Chiefs and for Microsoft . . ..