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Mad Max: Black & Chrome: Fury Road‘s Classier, Colorless Fan Remake

Today is a lovely day. A lovely, lovely day.

High Immortan George Miller (may he reign forever, shiny and chrome) has seen fit to share the blessed life-giving water that is Mad Max: Fury Road with us poor half-life-ridden warpups, so that we may best learn how to do war. But he has often expressed his true desire to have the war documentary be witnessed in its truest form: shiny, black, and chrome.

We’re surrounded by this garish, colorful hellscape of a wasteland, but it was always High Immortan Miller’s intention to do war just as the war boys are made: devoid of color, with naught but a fine soundtrack as provided by our very own Doof Warrior (may he rest, shiny and chrome).

Come, war boys and war girls. Raise your hands in V8 to High Immortan Miller and the mysterious Imperator who created Mad Max: Black & Chrome, may they carry us into film Valhalla, shiny and chrome. Today is a lovely day. A lovely, lovely day.

(via io9)

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