The Hat Stick

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Mike Mika of Other Ocean has shared this horrifying vision of a future gone wrong, from Electronic Games Magazine (July 83, he thinks). They used to have a feature called “videogame inventions we don’t need,” which is an odd concept to begin with, but this illustration is simply horrifying. Or arousing? It depends on who you are and what you’re into, I suppose.

Either, way I wouldn’t want to be in the middle of this joystick human centipede. The image was put to paper by underground comic artist and lover of fat women (not safe for work) Ned Sonntag.

Check out the larger version for maximum horror. Really, just look at the face of the fellow on top. Enjoy…if you dare!

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