Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?

Chilean illustrator Adolfo Torino Nuñez takes science fiction characters modern audiences are familiar with and chucks them several decades into the past. The resulting artwork resembles a cross between superhero periodicals you'd find at your neighborhood malt shoppe and weirdo bootleg comics collecting gravel grit at the county swap meet. His Futurama is definitely giving me flashbacks to Uncanny X-Men circa the 1980s.

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Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?
Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?
Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?
Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?
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Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?
Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?
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Illustration for article titled What if emAdventure Time/em and emFuturama/em were retro comic books?

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