This is a series of illustrations by artist Ed Harrington in the style of wordless IKEA furniture instructions for creating a bunch of famous movie monsters and villains (plus a few good guys). As you can see, they all require the ol' IKEA assembly tool (part # 100001). And, if you have the memory of an elephant who isn't constantly getting drunk on peanut liquor like all the elephants I know, you may recall we actually posted the beginning of this series all the way back in 2015. But, just like problems in 2020, now there are a whole bunch more of them.
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Thanks to Ashley I, who agrees based on all the jerks in the world, apparently it's actually surprisingly easy to raise a monster.
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, so they all require the ol' double elbow allen wrench huh