The Anatomy of Animation
Like every other kid growing up in the 60s, Michael Paulus was fascinated by cartoons and animated characters. Unlike every other kid growing up in the 60s however, Michael Paulus wanted to try to "come to an understanding as to their origins and true physiological make up" by "dissecting" his beloved cartoon characters. Paulus took to drawing what he thought would be the skeletal systems of various animated characters. The results are are pretty neat and often rather grotesque (especially those Powederpuff Girls. Ew).
Thanks to Andrea for this one.