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Let's visit the 100 Acre Deadwood

by Adam Finley, posted Sep 5th 2006 8:31PM
tigger and poohAs some of you may know, Cracked Magazine recently relaunched with a more "grown up" style far removed from its original focus on the junior high set. The new mag features contributions from television writers from such series as Saturday Night Live, The Daily Show, Mystery Science Theater 3000, and Chappelle's Show. One item that didn't make it into the first issue though, is a lovely little tribute to both Winnie the Pooh and the HBO series Deadwood titled, appropriately, "100 Acre Deadwood." Now, before those of you who are at work, or have a heart condition, or are in a place where people might be offended by Pooh and his pals doing drugs, swearing, getting stabbed, and having sex with hookers, you might want to think twice before clicking the link below. However, if it's been your lifelong dream to see Tigger take a knife to the heart, then by all means, click away. Lord knows I'm not one to stand in the way of artistic expression.

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Rich Keller

I read the comments below the comic, where it mentioned the reasons why it wasn't included in the print version of the magazine. The one thing that they were probably fearful about that they probably left off is the chance that Disney (or whoever owns the Pooh property now) would come down on them with the Hammer of Thor and sue them for all they were worth.

September 06 2006 at 11:43 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Rob

Wow, if that's the kind of humor we can expect from the new Cracked..... it won't last 3 issues.

September 05 2006 at 9:28 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Borat

That was great. Good dig at Deadwood's sometimes confusing dialogue too, even though I love the show.

Reading this comic made me think: Would a Deadwood comic work? It won't be as effective as the TV show but I think it would still work well.

September 05 2006 at 9:04 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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