Author: Neil Bennett
Author: The artist has created more of the artworks that are so good even Black Mirror-creator Charlie Brooker wants to buy posters of them (and you can too).
Last year, the third series of Black Mirror vied with Stranger Things and Game of Thrones to be the 'show you must watch' – and must discuss, but only after everyone's seen it. In response, pop artist Butcher Billy created six faux comic book covers based on his favourite Black Mirror episodes from across the show's three series (the first two for Channel 4 and this year's for Netflix).
These proved to be hugely popular – both on this site and across the web – so Billy went on to create covers for the remaining seven episodes. Here we've collected the full set for you to peruse.
The Black Mirror comic covers are just-for-the-fun-of-it mashups – so don't go looking for subversive commentary, just in-jokes and references to memorable moments.
This cover is based on the very first episode, The National Anthem. This was a railing piece of political satire that succeeded in getting the show noticed outside of fans of the show's creator – satirist Charlie Brooker – but had the subtlety and depth of a Viz comic strip.
Mashable noticed that the covers were quickly noticed by Brooker, who asked on Twitter about buying prints of them. If you want to get your hands on them too, you can buy them from the artist's Redbubble page.
Read on to see the rest of the covers.
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