What The Avengers Would Look Like In A World Of Unrestrained Product Placement (Sort Of)

Imagine a version of Joss Whedon‘s Avengers movie where there was a lot more product placement to worry about than, say, that conspicuously framed and lingering shot of Farmer’s Insurance.

This nightmare vision, if pushed to the point of sheer psychedelic lunacy, might look something like these new Target ads from the Superhero in Every Aisle campaign.

I don’t know about you, but I could really go for some York chocolate, Dr. Pepper and Giant Green Rage Monster right now.

Those models were made by the stop motion maestros at Laika, don’t you know.

Thanks to Behance for the images. Other big box stores are available.

gta-v-trevor-atv-police-600x337

Grand Theft Auto V Patch Reduced Graphics - Rockstar Working On Fix

Groot

Starbucks Gets Into The Emerald City Mood With A Groot

Deadpool

Ryan Reynolds Releases First Official Deadpool Costume Photo

A Subscription Box For Marvel Men's Fashion

rainbow-six-siege

Rainbow Six: Siege Set For October Release Date?

pd1CUoGmt63V9Q2vlslcg53HpooLdEolIvBKdYt3ffsOpRjom1zcj5YM7Op9IDkMW0it3WPlag3NtlfKHiEmEKIJVKKFQZjt3UkqbxifAvVf1LvGhqE56lp0qKQPxL_i4VAqLw5AyxITCQdHfmDJxIKfpTEBDM0dy96y6iqc-jj3Cz-4fruuJR9ZDNdAF8bSdt2SZQdC-6FDe0UkstFvPej7G

ECCC '15: Dark Horse Announces Aaron Lopresti's Power Cubed For September

Sergio Bonelli Editore Officially Responds To Mike Deodato

Secret Wars #1 Gives You An Extra 16 Pages For Your 4.99

Watch Dragon Ball Z's Goku Gives Gohan The Rocky VI Speech

pat mills

MCM Comic Con Birmingham: Pat Mills Talks Marshal Law, 2000AD And Slaine