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During last week's time of crisis, people took to the Internet to make charitable donations, maintain social connections under lockdown conditions, keep up with breaking news, and, to a much lesser extent, draw tearful ponies and animes "paying their respects" to the bombing victims. I'm not including any of these "tributes" - except the Boston Ninja Turtle - but after posting a lot of those things, the SA Forum Goons returned to their regular routine of tracking down normal, everyday, fairly fucking crazy (but familiar and comforting, in its way) online fan art.

Note: If morbid curiosity compels you to track down the artists, deviants, and deviantARTists responsible for these drawings/paintings, try clicking and dragging them into Google Images!

razorscooter


Nameless Pete


Painful Dart Bomb


Painful Dart Bomb


Lumpy the Cook


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