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Most of us have seen Clerks right? I mean, come on, it was one of those movies that like it or not followed us through our formative years; likely resulting in a slew of school office visits (or entertained friend) when a line from the movie would get repeated in an attempt at humor through repetition. Regardless of whether you've actually seen Clerks (and if not I suggest doing so immediately after finishing this) or not, you've almost certainly heard of it, and thus know exactly why Kevin Smith's Wii-mod is hands down the best.

It seems Mr. Smith, when not starting fights with Tim Burton or delivering hilarious speeches, is a gamer; which really, isn't that surprising when you think about it. However, a man of the stature of Kevin Smith doesn't play on a regular rig (suggesting so is likely to result in a visit to your house by a strung out Jason Mewes), no he plays on an awesomely self aggrandizing custom rig.

Ramon Stokes of Morpheon Mods created Smith's kickin' rad rig, featuring the animated Clerks crew on one side, Smith's production company (View Askew) logo on the other, and a pair of black Wii-motes and Nunchucks emblazoned with "Kevin" and "Silent Bob".

[Morpheon Mods]



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