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There are some geeks who go out and buy all the merchandise they can of their favorite comic book series, and then there's Derek Kwok and Henri Wong. These two ultra talented Hong Kong-based directors produced the mind-blowing Batman: Dark Knightfall stop-motion animation. Continue reading for the video.

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Thanks to advancements in computer technology, animators are able to get their work seen by the entire world at the push of a button by viewers on YouTube, Facebook, and other social media websites. We've rounded up ten of the best fan-made animated movies for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.

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Now that you've seen some amazing stop-motion Marvel superheroes, this incredible clip from Counter 656 Productions shows us what a real-life Ryu vs. Ken battle might look like in real-life, complete with fireballs and other special moves. Continue reading to watch.

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When it comes to Star Wars fan vids, it doesn't get much cooler than Jedi Ninjas. According to the team behind this cool clip, "Jedi Ninjas was developed as a passion project to recreate the current style of Star Wars action seen in video games into live action; this style often combines elements of Force powers with the use lightsaber combat." Continue reading to watch.

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Sure, Marvel may have used some CG (facial expressions, etc.), but this amazing stop-motion video shows your favorite comic book characters like you've never seen them before. You'll see appearances from The Hulk, MODOK, Thor, and more. Continue reading to watch.

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YouTube user "mnmtwinz" decided to combine two of his loves -- LEGO and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 -- into one incredibly awesome stop-motion animation, complete with weapons and explosions. Continue reading to watch.

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Not just any Ryu vs. Ken Street Fighter battle, this one by YouTube user "counter656" was shot with the all-new Nikon D5100 DSLR, and then given the stop-motion treatment. Continue reading to watch.

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Sure, the levitation part is just computer graphics, but this demo reel by Physalia Studio does show us what is possible with a huge electromagnet and pit balls. Unfortunately, a pit ball monster was not added in for effect. Continue reading to watch.

[via Buzzfeed]

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What do you get when you combine hand-drawn sketches, water color, and animation? You get "Colour" of course. In this clip, " black and white forest is colored in vibrant hues under our eyes except for one sad little panda, which sets off the compassion of an imaginative little boy." Continue reading to watch.

[via LikeCool]

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When it comes to robots, having a mind of their own may not always be a good thing, and this incredible short film by Ruairi Robinson shows why. It stars Max Records, best known as Max from Where the Wild Things Are. Continue reading to watch Blinky.

[via Buzzfeed]

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