Fireworks, family reunions, barbecues, concerts, picnics, parades, bring him to them all. The July 4th limited edition of Dead Meme arrives just in time for Independence Day in the United States of America. An excellent companion when studying the constitution or just celebrating the day with your friends and family. Using the original mold of Dead Meme, he features a unique colorway inspired by the American flag. On the left, one eye is dark blue, with a pattern of white stars on the body, while on the right he features white stripes on a red backdrop His double-walled window box has been reskinned to feature 4th of July colorways and celebrations. Press u to shoot fireworks! This collectible ships in a matte, embossed, protective outer sleeve.
About Dead Meme
His origin can be traced to a video uploaded by Youtuber Gregzilla on February 20th, 2017. Upon viewing the video, a young artist known only by alias tidiestflyer created a 3D model based off Gregzilla's original depiction. Thus began his meteoric rise to international notoriety, making this one of the fastest growing memes of its generation.
By December 2017, it had become a VR phenomenon. Swarms of players using the avatar took over random lobbies, terrorizing innocent users by congregating in groups to ask if anyone "knows the way" or where they could find their elusive "Queen". When angered or concerned for the safety of the Queen, they have been known to exhibit a defensive reflex of spitting in the direction of potential aggressors.
The memes favorite film is Who Killed Captain Alex? by director Nabwana Isaac Geoffrey Godfrey. Shot entirely in Uganda, the film is rumored to have been produced using a record budget of only $200.00.