Show of hands, who here grew up watching Disney animated films? It was a shared magical experience for most of us.
Despite being well into adulthood, just seeing that iconic Disney intro of fireworks above Cinderella's castle can elicit such fond memories. We also get to live out our fantasy and live in a Disney world courtesy of their theme parks.
Decades and hundreds (we're probably exaggerating) of reboots later, it's as if we've seen our favorite Disney stories from every perspective imaginable. Or so we thought!
A comic series surfaced on the tangled (pun intended) streets of the interweb and it's hilarious and shocking! The artists drew our favorite animated princesses and heroes in brand new scenarios.
The result will make you say 'woah!', it may disturb you, but it will mostly amaze you. It's all in good fun of course and if you truly love these movies, you'll appreciate the creativity that went into this comic series.
It's within the same line of who cleans up the city after the superheroes finish their extraterrestrial battles? This comic is along that line but somehow more disturbing because these movies are made for kids.
These re-imagined Disney stories will blow your socks off and entertain you at the same time! Ready to ruin your childhood forever?
Finally! Someone who's reasonable!
How do you take care of them in that tiny apartment? Somebody call the pound!
Sounds about right.
You can't get away with child labor and abuse!
Cinderella's sorority experience.
Ursula is actually evil.
How Genie and Jasmine's greed broke up her and Aladdin's relationship.
Just like the spinning tea cups, that was a wild ride! The comic series stripped the child-like wonder that covers Disney movies and exposed them.
Somehow, these characters being more real and closer to reality is a lot weirder than the bibbidi bobbidi boo magic from the movies. Need a fairy god mother to erase the shocking images?
Unless you're friends with Cinderella, I'm afraid we can't help you with that. The perfect antidote to the comics is to watch your favorite animated movie.
You probably won't see it the same way but you'll at least get that nostalgic feeling. Who was your favorite re-imagined character?
Let us know in the comments below! Share it to another Disney lover and ruin their childhood forever!