North Korean Photoshop Fails, Remixed by Slate Readers

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Oct. 23 2013 8:45 AM

The Best North Korean Photoshop Fails by Slate Readers

You helped us fake photos of Kim Jong-un. Here are the results.

After North Korea released another terribly doctored image that attempts to show Kim Jong-un and officials standing at a construction site, Slate asked the Internet to help the regime out. Here you go, Pyongyang: 10 of the very best submissions from readers, free for your propagandistic use.

Ned Barbee
A recently unarchived photo of Kim Jong-un rocking out with the Beatles at Shea Stadium—a full 17, 18, or 19 years before his birth depending on which date you believe.

Ned Barbee

Jason Wehling
"Where the Wild Things Are."

Jason Wehling

Ludo Roadiz
Kim Jong-un in "The Walking Dead."

Ludo Roadiz

Alex Childs
The supreme leader at Disneyland, the happiest place on earth (aside from North Korea), directing his generals to get fast-passes at various attractions.

Alex Childs

HJ Ralston
"Wack-A-Mole."

HJ Ralston

Katie Krcmarik
Kim Jong-un walks on water—messiah complex anyone?

Katie Krcmarik

Adriana Vigil
Kim Jong-un and officials during a World Series parade.

Adriana Vigil

Matthew Savard
The zoo is temporarily closed.

Matthew Savard

Alan Bolton
Double photo bomb.

Alan Bolton

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