Stop me if you've heard this one: So Chris Bosh and an evil sorceress get thrown into a space portal while Mike Miller has his body taken over by a Wolfman.
The Huffington Post explains this magical video, one that is exactly why the Internet fashioned the acronym "WTF."
Some of you might recall that Ronnie Rivera and the Bleeding Palm art collective were set to release a short animation featuring Chris Bosh traveling through multiple dimensions.
Back in November, Yahoo! Sports reported Bosh and his representatives sent a cease-and-desist letter to the filmmakers and the festival that was starting to be affectionately known as the "Bosh Film Festival."
Because life can be truly wonderful, the animated film is now here for you to enjoy, washing over you like a psychedelic flashback you hadn't quite anticipated.
As far as cartoons go, this one is right up my alley. If we are being honest, I used to watch cartoons about a kid turning into a car and a trio of ducks following their uncle on adventures, so I am not one to judge variants of crazy here.
If you are looking for a quick synopsis: Chris Bosh is actually a prince from a far-away universe and arrived here after being taken through a portal by a banished evil sorceress named Jillian. With me so far?
During the 2012 playoffs, Bosh is greeted by an old friend, a Wolfman aptly named Mystic Wolfman Barfar.
Barfar takes over the body of Mike Miller, who goes off, draining three-pointers and convincing Bosh to train in order to take down the sorceress who is banished to Geocities.
The end features "I Believe I Can Fly," a mention of Ronald Poppo (the man who had his face chewed off in Miami last year) and a Bosh champagne shower.
Just when you thought you had seen everything, the Internet answers in kind.
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