You and your friends have probably joked about what Mickey's hiding under his white gloves, but artist Alessandro Conti decided to get serious and draw what was underneath the gloves -- and clothes and skin and muscles. What follows can't be unseen. What follows includes a graphic image of Goofy's penis. You've been warned.
We've featured Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros before on Dorkly for his mashup of Disney princesses and iconic villains, but that's not where his master plan to destroy your childhood ends. His "DisHollywood" series shows your beloved characters doing things that would get Disney child stars fired and excommunicated.
Pictures are NSFW. Duh.
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Thai artist Witit Karpkraikaew has jumped aboard the Disney princess fan art train except he likes to imagine the princesses as blood-thirsty zombies. Also, if you're like, "A Disney movie would never include cannibalism," please remember that the Evil Queen wanted the Huntsman to bring her Snow White's heart, which even Hannibal Lecter would agree is really gross and unhygienic.
Dan LuVisi is an incredibly talented graphic artist. He lives in Los Angeles, works in the film, gaming and comic book industries and he subsists on your NIGHTMARES. These pictures are so frightening they defy words and warnings.
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Jeffrey Thomas has been working on his Twisted Princess series for over a year. He draws each Disney princess as uniquely disturbing; Cinderella is a demented scarecrow, Snow White is a demon and Ariel is a zombie mermaid. Yeah, that's right, there are aquatic zombies, making them the second scariest sea creature behind sharks. Sharks still beat zombie mermaids.
French illustrator Sylvain Sarrailh revised classic Disney characters' designs to make them grittier and realer. And his works forces you to face some disturbing truths, like: Winnie isn't a pooh (whatever that is). He's a bear. He doesn't want honey, he wants your blood. If you love these prints, you should buy Sarrailh's book: Badass Cartoons!
We all love Samuel L. Jackson, but that doesn't mean we want to see him singing to birds or grieving his dear deer mom or yelling "I have had it with these motherfucking Dalmation puppies in this motherfucking place!"
We have Buzzfeed staffers Alex J. Mann and Jennifer Saunders to thank for these disturbing interpretations of Disney classics.
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