Hajime Isayama's manga Attack on Titan is as popular as it is gory, with enormous creatures that devour humans in the same way we might dig into a bucket of KFC -- only with a lot more indiscriminate bone-crunching. Needless to say, those probably aren't the kind of images you want to plaster throughout the Tokyo subway.
So what do you do if you're tasked with promoting an art exhibit at a Tokyo museum devoted to Attack on Titan? Well, Rocket News24 reports the designers cleverly avoided complaints about graphic imagery by covering the unfortunate humans on each of the posters with a photo of fast food -- pizza, burgers, fried chicken and the like. I suppose there's an argument to be made those are even more horrific than the originals.
The ads begin appearing today. The exhibit opens next month at the Ueno Royal Museum, and continues through January.