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In what started out as a year-long project for a man that has become partially unemployed and with to much time on his hands, has become Nick Verlardi’s now ongoing collection of digital illustrations of well-known female figures as sexualized and risqué monster. Scarilyn Monroe, a curvy, green-skinned zombie looking figure and body traced with a number of stitches scars. Cindy Crawfish, a brown-haired crawfish in the laidback position, flaunting her new pinching claws and infamous mole. The collection of “Miss Monsters” is intriguing and undoubtedly shows the artists plethora of creativity (check the names out!) and illustrative ideas, but the Tumblr of imagery reads more like an outlet for horny fan boys to get their fill of cartoon pinup chicks. Here’s to thinking animated monster women in centerspread poses are the hottest thing ever!