In World’s Finest Comics, Batman, Robin, and Superman go on an expedition and end up in an alternate universe where Batman believes that Superman killed his parents and is filled with vengeance. When Robin tries to stop Batman, he is slapped by Batman in anger.
Futurama is a show from the creator of The Simpsons. The screengrab of the ‘Not sure if...’ meme was taken from the second season's sixth episode where Philip Fry (from the meme) is caught searching Captain Leela’s (another character's) underwear drawer.
These memes were inspired by an advertising campaign by a beer brand
called Dos Equis that projected actor Jonathan Goldsmith as ‘The most interesting man in the world.’
The famous ‘You shall not pass’ catchphrase was taken from a scene in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring where Gandalf stops a demon from pursuing the people who are on a mission to destroy the One Ring.
The 'Raising a toast' meme is often used to congratulate or compliment someone. The image used in this meme was taken from Dicaprio’s 2013 film, The Great Gatsby.
The ‘You don’t say’ meme is used sarcastically as Nicholas Cage's expression perfectly matches that line. The still was taken from a scene in the film "Vampire Kiss."
Nature’s Pics Online originally uploaded a picture of the seal in 2010 and titled it "Northern Elephant Seal (Weaner)". In 2014, the same picture was posted on Reddit where it became popular and was then made into several memes.
The meme features Gene Wilder, who played Willy Wonka in the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. While the screengrab is famous as a condescending meme, in the movie, Willy Wonka's expression is that of excitement as he is eager to show the kids his secret machine in the factory.
This meme was taken from the TV show Futurama. Philip Fry, the protagonist, is at a store to buy an eyePhone, and the salesperson keeps talking about the phone. Fry then tells him, "Shut up and take my money!" so that he can finally have the device.
This meme became popular in 2013. The original photo of the dog was uploaded by its owner, Atsuko Satō, on his blog. The picture was then submitted to Reddit in 2013, and it went viral from there.
Did you know that the word ‘meme’ was coined in 1976 by biologist Richard Dawkins who wanted a monosyllabic word that sounded like ‘gene’ to explain cultural transmission? Here are the top 10 memes of all time.