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Google Maps Unleashes Pokemon To Create The Most Depressing (And Pretty Awesome) April Fools’ Prank Ever

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Folks, I have seen some cruel April Fools' Day pranks in my time. Heck, I just read through the last 15 years of Funky Winkerbean strips from April 1 a few minutes ago, so I thought I was immune to the pangs of disappointment, but no. No I am not. And I know that, because with their annual prank, Google has shown us a finer world and reminded us how far we have fallen.

Okay, so maybe I'm overreacting a little bit, but still! An April 1 update to Google Maps that adds Pokémon to international landmarks and allows you to catch them, learning to understand each other through the magic of friendship and battling? It is a glimpse of a world in which I want to live. Check out their video promoting the (pretty amazing) gag below!

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Massive Aerial Batman Symbol Strikes Fear Into the Heart of Google Maps

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Google Maps proves its worth once again with the revelation of what must surely be the single best military installation to have ever existed. Painted atop an airplane hanger at the U.S. Air Force base in Kadena, Okinawa in Japan is none other than the famous emblem of the Batman. Ther

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Get In Step With ‘The Walking Dead’ On Fan-Made Google Map

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For any fan who has ever wanted to road trip through the horrifyingly depressing locales of Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead," one industrious fan has created the ultimate guide via Google Maps.

Jason McDonald, the Brooklyn fan behind the map, has listed key locations and descriptions from essentially every major event from the 64 (and counting) issues of the zombie drama.

The map has gained the attention of pub

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Google Maps of ‘DMZ,’ ‘Freakangels’

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Novel fans have been mapping the real-life locations of their favorite fictional worlds for a while over at Atlas of Fiction, but it looks like comic book readers are finally starting to jump on the bandwagon with Google Maps of the important locales from the civil war-torn New York City of Brian Wood's "DMZ," and the Whitechapel, London setting for Warr

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