After a bit of a hiatus, #bookswithalettermissing started trending again on Twitter. Here, book lovers celebrated their favorite literary works by remixing/erasing part of the title and following the hashtags’ self-explanatory instructions: get rid of just one letter. Before long Twitter was awash with ‘new’ books to be enjoyed all ever again: The Da Vinci Cod and Jurassic Ark, were notable examples.[see_also]
Adding to the entertainment was RedPanDarth (@darth), a Twitter user whose Photoshopping skills quickly transformed the real-life book covers into their new renditions, sans-letter. Here we bring you a selection of the photoshopped covers Darth quickly popped up, and which gained such a quick following that people were sending him requests to fulfill. Check out more remixes as they come in on Twitter.
Orwell: 198. (Censorship and oppression in the declining Roman Empire under Septimus Severus) #bookswithalettermissing
— Georg Renner (@georg_renner) June 30, 2013
#bookswithalettermissing Little Hose On The Prairie – a cautionary tale of woefully inadequate firefighting equipment.
— Paul Bronks (@virtuallydead) June 29, 2013
The Unbearable Lightness of Bing: an inside look at the worst search engine on the Internet. #bookswithalettermissing
— Christine Estima (@christineestima) June 29, 2013
All Quit on the Western Front. ~The End~ #bookswithalettermissing
— ™ (@Twisted_Mettle) July 2, 2013
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