1. Thank you very much for finding this wonderful fan art, Erich Springer.  

    Be in shock or in awe of the infinite ways in which Nemo is possessed by some kind of monster and is left nameless over and over.  This time it is his fabulous black tie that has taken the form of an otherworldly extension of the fish and controls Nemo’s thoughts and actions.  This time Nemo exchanges his name in order to be fashionable and cool.  Everytime it opens its mouth it says:

    "Evil is a matter of perspective.

    Evil is a matter of perspective. 

    Evil is a matter of perspective.

    Evil is a matter of perspective.

    Evil is a matter of perspective.

    Evil is a matter of perspective.”

    He is endlessly matter of fact like a broken record.

    (You want to know what’s really horrible? I can’t seem to resize my pictures…) 

     
  2. Once upon a time, a very young clown fish met an Obluda looking for a name.  It wanted a name so bad, and Nemo was lost anyway so he didn’t know if he needed a name anymore.  The Obluda said, “I will make you big and strong in exchange for your name,” and soon after, getting the young fish to submit to the exchange was gravy.  The Obluda kept its end of the bargain, but it eventually grew bigger and bigger inside the little fish.  

    One day, nothing could stop it from exploding inside out and taking huge bites out of everyone the fish once knew.  The nameless monster tried to consume all 304 pages of JohanRapper’s Tumblr page but had to escape because all it saw were images of itself looking back at it everywhere it looked.  *Clap clap* Good job, JohanRapper, you have been saved by all those posts of Johan Liebert.