The massively popular anime Attack on Titan is already more than a little twisted and gruesome on its own. Almost every episode brings with it copious amounts of gore, as people are crushed, thrown, torn apart, and eaten alive by gargantuan, soulless humanoids called Titans. Mr. Disgusting even recommended it back in June, after powering through the series over a weekend.
My experience with Attack on Titan was largely the same. A friend, who I often use as my personal anime guru, recommended it to me and after taking his advice I ended up spending an alarming majority of the following week binging on the hugely addictive series whenever I could. It’s a difficult show to take a break from, as each episode tends to end with a massive cliffhanger that leaves you yearning for more.
But the point of this post isn’t to stack more love onto Attack on Titan — which happens to be available, with subtitles, on Netflix Instant — it’s to share with you these nightmarish creations by artist Beth Emery. Below, you’ll discover what happens when you combine these monstrous Titans with cuddly, adorable Pokemon.
I’m so, so sorry.
For more of Beth’s work, check out her gallery.
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