The villain from the old “Spider-Man” was turned into a schoolboy, laughing at the word “sex.”
At the end of May, memes with a grinning supervillain in a rhino costume from a cartoon from the 1960s spread across social networks. First, the image of the character was used as a reaction, and then turned into a hero of jokes.
The appearance of the hero, which is used in memes, appeared in the animated series “Spiderman” in 1967. The project has spawned a lot of jokes on the Internet, the most popular of which is “ Spiderman points to Spiderman .”
The episode of the series, from which they took the screenshot, was released in October 1967. In one scene, a villain dressed in rhino costume pulls out a secret weapon and announces that he will need two more of them to take over the world. Then smirks.
In July 2017, the first meme with Rhino was published on Instagram.
In May 2019, the pattern was remembered on Reddit. Especially the picture is sold on subreddit / r / dankmemes. By the end of the month, the joke got to VKontakte. Mem continued to use as a reaction: Rhino grinned, finding himself in ridiculous situations.
Soon the meme transformed – users made a two-pane pattern, where they added an image of the modern Rhino from the comics. A new joke was used to beat the high expectations of any phenomenon and the subsequent unsuccessful result.
In social networks for the second time changed the meaning of the joke: this time, the screenshot with Rhinoceros took the photoshoot picture that was used back in 2013. It depicts three other villains from the show of the 60s – the Vulture, Electro and the Green Goblin.
In the meme, the characters appear as typical schoolchildren who grin at jokes about sex and look for images of the genitals in a biology textbook.