Artist illustrates comical movie title typos

Movie Titles with One Letter Removed
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Artist illustrates comical movie title typos

Day 1 - Obocop

The story of how a police officer works through his PTSD and adjusts to his new robotic implants with the help of the sexy soothing sound of his oboe.

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Day 2: Rave

One red-haired Scottish girl. One dance floor. One unforgettable night.

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Day 3: Men

A retired professor helps a rugged Canadian work through his aggression as he struggles to uncover his past. Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman star.

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Day 4: Finding Emo

An insufferable teenage fish runs away from home. His father contemplates searching for him.

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Day 5: Jurassic Par

Two dinosaurs set out to prove they're more than just killing machines. Thanks to a loophole in the rules they find a spot on the PGA tour and golf their way to the top of the food chain.

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Day 6: Take 3

Liam Neeson stars in this Groundhog Day inspired movie about an actor cast in a series of nearly identical action movies. How many takes until he's free?

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Day 7: Fight Cub

When deforestation threatens his home, one feisty bear fights back.

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Day 8: Harry Otter

A young boy finds out who, and what, he is. Magic ensues.

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Day 9: Aging Bull

A bovine pugilist comes out of retirement for one last fight. He loses.

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Day 10: Pup Fiction

Two mob hit dogs go after a poodle who wrote a slanderous op-ed about their boss.

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Day 11: Pretty in Ink

The "gritty" 2014 remake of the 80s classic. It's pretty much the same movie, just with more sick tattoos.

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Day 12: T.

A boy finds a jewelry clad alien who speaks exclusively in aggressive yet well-meaning catchphrases.

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Day 13: Raining Day

Ethan Hawke and Denzel Washington play two narcotics officers who play hookie and spend a rainy day inside playing board games and drinking cocoa.

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Day 14: Mr. and Mrs. Sith

Mr. and Mrs. Sith Two Jedi abandon the order for love. Also to shoot lightning from their hands. Because that's cool.

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Day 15: Star Wars: A New Hoe

A farm boy, who apparently farms sand, fulfills his destiny and becomes the first farmer to do the kessel run in 12 parsecs.

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Day 16: Pollo 13

A former astronaut finally wins the blue ribbon award on his 13th chick.

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Day 17: Beauty and the Beat

After a witch turns her best friend into a dope boom box, Belle decides to enter France's Got Talent. She crushes it.

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Day 18: Ad Max

In an apocalyptic desert wasteland only one man sells water, and he makes it look sexy as hell.

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Day 19: The Princess Ride

After years apart two lovers are reunited, only to discover neither loves what the other has become. Produced by Adam Sandler.

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Day 20: Ron Man

A disgruntled government employee builds a robo suit in his garage to help him stop the government he works for from getting any more work done.

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Day 21: Dive

Ryan Gosling plays a mysteriously appealing scuba diving guide who gets mixed up in some shady business. He has like 12 lines the whole movie. He also stomps a shark to death.

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Day 22: The Fat and the Furious

After a bunch of thugs steal his sweet car, Jerry spirals into a vicious rage eating depression. He gets super ripped for the sequel though.

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Day 23: Man on Fir

The pacific northwest version of Tarzan.

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Day 24: Alen

The story of a lonely cashier named Alen who yearns for something more. Something like eating astronauts.

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Day 25: Scram

A thief with a penchant for masks keeps getting caught in the act.

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Day 26: Twilight: New Moo

A young man tries to win a girl's heart with his new found bovine transformation skill. It doesn't go his way.

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Day 27: Uno

A pregnant teen climbs to the top of the Uno rec league championship tournament.

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Day 28: Oh Bother, Where Art Thou?

Convicted felon, Winnie, breaks out of jail with the help of his prison mates Tigger and Piglet, and set off on a cross-state journey to find his missing honey pot.

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Day 29: The Princess and the Fro

A waitress goes natural and rocks a fro. Later she becomes a princess for some reason.

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Day 30: Lord of the Rigs

The story of one man's unhealthy obsession with his truck.

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Day 31: 30

The story of how one man, with the help of a mega amazing wife, gets serious about his art career in his fourth decade, while also rocking the hell out of being a dad.

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Removing one letter from the title of a movie can make for some pretty funny typos. If you proceed to turn those typo-laden titles into masterful drawings, then you will probably blow up the Internet.

At least that's what writer and illustrator Austin Light did.

The artist recently became an online sensation after uploading an album of movie title typo illustrations to imgur and, in turn, posting the album on Reddit. The images went viral, and he was soon inundated with requests for prints, shirts and interviews.

"I didn't expect or plan for the response at all," Light told "I expected a few comments and up votes, nothing more. So yeah, you could say I was surprised by the response. It blew me away."

Suddenly finding himself at the mercy of an immense group of fans, Light, whose imgur album currently has almost 1.5 million views, said he scrambled "to get a website up, redraw the most requested ones to make them print worthy and answer the 1000+ emails" he received.

The pictures originally came about because of InkTober, an initiative started by artist Jake Parker to get people around the world to draw one ink drawing a day for the entire month of October. The idea behind Light's theme stemmed from a chat with co-workers a couple of days before the challenge was set to begin. A colleague introduced him to a 2012 Reddit thread about removing a letter from movie titles.

The rest was history.

"I thought it would be fun to draw some of them, not to go viral or anything, just to amuse us." Light said. "So the next morning, I drew Obocop. As soon as I got done drawing his sexy robo hips, I was hooked."

From there, he made a list of some of his favorites and took some suggestions from friends. He picked titles that he thought would be fun to draw and ones where the gag immediately jumped out at him.

Then he drew a new illustration each day.

"Harry Otter and T. were probably my favorite ones to draw, just based on how much I was giggling to myself while I did them," Light said (though he's quick to point out that "my wife catching me laughing over a sketchbook" is a common occurrence).

While this wasn't Light's first artistic challenge (he had taken on self-imposed challenges in the past), it was his first one using ink. His previous "Doodle-A-Day" endeavors, had been done digitally. InkTober's call for artists to pick up a pen seemed like a fun challenge to Light, who just recently got into working with pens and markers.

"With two kids, my time for digital art is limited to after they're in bed," Light explained. "But I can grab a sketchbook and pen any time -- while at work, while they play, while they eat, etc."

He said that most of these particular pictures were drawn during lunch or while his kids ate breakfast. But juggling children, a job and "too many side projects," meant that some days were harder than others to squeeze in drawing time.

"There were a few days that I barely got one done," Light said. "For example, I did Star Wars: A New Hoe immediately after doing a Star Wars one the day before, because I realized it was 10:30 p.m., and I hadn't drawn anything. But that's the fun of InkTober, pushing yourself to draw a finished picture every single day."

It seems that extra push worked out well for Light.

"It's been surreal, exciting, humbling and so much fun," he said. "This is definitely opening new doors for me, which is awesome. I'm so grateful for the Reddit community and their enthusiastic response."

Click through the gallery above to see Light's incredible illustrations.

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