Successful pieces of pop culture often have fully fleshed out worlds that feel natural and include every element that we associate with real-life environments. Anthropomorphic characters do the things that we would do and go the places we would go if we lived in their world, and they also have their own forms of entertainment. The folks over at myprint247 designed a fun infographic that illustrates the best books, films, television shows, and games that only exist within the works of fiction that we consume on a daily basis.

Using examples like Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Back to the Future II (1989), Fallout 3, and The Simpsons, the colorful infographic culls references that are often crucial to the plot of the book or media in which they exist (like the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis in the Evil Dead series), and also includes deep cuts that only true fans will remember (like the autobiography that Homer Simpson stores in the attic).