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FoxTrot Creator Bill Amend Dunks on NFT Culture

FoxTrot’s Bill Amend lets the world see how little he thinks about irreplaceable tokens with a little help from Planet of the Apes Doctor Zaius.

foxtrot Creator Bill Amend revealed what he thinks of the NFTs in a handkerchief sketch on Twitter that has been mixed planet of the apes With social comment cut off.

“A dump napkin cartoon that any monkey can right-click and copy,” Amend wrote as a caption for his cartoon, titled “NFTs in the Future” and showing a monkey asking an angry doctor Zaius — the main antagonist of the first two planet of the apes Movies – about the source of his frustration. “All men are gone!” exclaimed Zeus, indignant at his computer.

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The orangutan Doctor Zeus, played by Maurice Evans, appeared in 1968 planet of the apes In addition to the 1970 sequel, Under the Planet of the Apes, one of the few apes in the movie universe who knew that humans were once the dominant force on Earth. Adam on preventing the remnants of humanity from repeating the acts of war that nearly devastated the planet, Zeus remained convinced that humans are evil and should be contained, describing man as a “war-like creature that battles everything around it, even itself.”

Modification planet of the apes Ironically, the cartoon comes just three months after Evil Ape, creator of the Evolved Apes NFT series, mysteriously entered the Internet and disappeared with the series estimated to be worth $2.7 million in investor money. The graphic itself refers to Todd Kramer, who was hacked in late December 2021

All NFTs of a monkey character are lost. Kramer’s tweet quickly went viral, saying “I’ve been hacked. All my monkeys.” Twitter users made fun of NFT culture.

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NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are blockchain-based certificates of ownership that can be used for digital assets such as photos and videos. A legion of dedicated collectors with big money to spend to support NFTs has emerged in recent months, but the token has come under fire from many who argue that it is a pyramid scheme, especially when digital art can easily be shared online by right-clicking and saving images. . Electricity use and environmental damage from the creation of NFTs have also been a major topic of controversy.

Despite this, many comic book companies have immersed themselves in the world of NFT. For example, DC worked with Palm NFT Studio to release environmentally sustainable NFTs during the company’s FanDome event last October, while Marvel partnered with the VeVe Digital Collectibles App for a set of official NFTs that include creative heroes like Spider-Man. Even the Twitter account of the late Stan Lee promoted NFT based on superhero Chakra The Invincible in December, sparking an outcry from fans who saw the marketing decision as tasteless.

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