'Mad Max: Fury Road' Gets a Comic Twist

From silver screen to comic book page.

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The 2015 action packed film Mad Max: Fury Road surely drew many fans from far and wide upon its initial release. Inspired by the look of a comic book, illustrator and graphic designer Christopher Cox placed his own style upon movie posters in an orange tone of color. Peep the imagery above for the images that were created via Adobe Illustrator and check out some in blue tones here.

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