The New York Times Magazine on Thursday revealed the artwork for an upcoming cover story on Hillary Clinton, titled “Planet Hillary”:

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Image source: New York Times Magazine

The artwork was met with confusion, skepticism and lots and lots of mockery. In fact, as the day wore on, mockery of the artwork turned from a few scattered jokes into an all-out campaign to see who could create the funniest mockup of “Planet Hillary.”

Here are some of the funniest (or terrifying, depending on how you look at it) examples from around the Internet:

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Image source: ‏@linguangst

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

“Gravity” Hillary (Image source: The Wire)

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Image source:‏@Matthops82

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Moon Hillary (Image source: The Wire)

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Image source: ‏@nicholas_mm

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Image source: @RyDon21

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Captain Planet Hillary (Image source: @KatieTThompson)

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

We’re so sorry for this one (Image source: ‏@christofear)

And then there’s this sketch mocking the original New York Times Magazine artwork:

Heres a Roundup of the Funniest Planet Hillary Mockups From Around the Internet

Image source: @hunterw

You can read more about the artwork here and here.

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