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Trying to compare which Disney villainous character had truly the most epic and unique laugh is an arduous task. Imagine watching every Disney movie looking for that one moment. Who has time for that? Luckily, there's a collection already here just waiting to be examined. Cut out all of the unnecessary cinema and focus on those epic timeless evil laughs that are still well-known today.
Despite what they might've told you in Sunday school, Satan apparently isn't all bad. At least, according to these memes which were inspired by the 2012 Disney movie Wreck-It Ralph. In this particular scene, Ralph attends a "bad-anon" meeting for video game villains, where he's comforted by a character named Saitine, mispronouncing his name as "Satan." The meme has been used to express gratitude for people and things that are usually bad.
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If you didn't grow up with Disney, you didn't have a childhood. There, I said it.
And although everyone has their favorite Disney hero, we all secretly have our favorite Disney villain. The ones we love to hate. Whether it's Jafar, Scar, or an evil stepmother, there are a few classic baddies who made our childhoods what they were. But no one ever really calls them out on the manipulative behaviors that we took as a given. Until now. Below are a collection of ruthless roasts on our favorite Disney villains. How many do you agree with?
Our world might have been turned upside down by coronavirus, but that doesn't mean that the world of Disney can't suffer too... or so artist AL, AKA aldoarts on Instagram thinks. The artist from Northern California who is known for his illustrations featuring Disney characters has created a series of what the Disney World would look like if it was struck by coronavirus and suddenly our favorite Disney characters are much more relatable. Check out his work below.
Historically speaking, Disney movies make for some damn good memes. And this one, which comes from Inside Out. is no exception. The meme comes from a moment where Joy (voiced by Amy Poehler) reflects on one of Riley's core memories. The meme's that use the scene center mainly on embarrassing moments and blunders, or wholesome situations in which kindness made a difference in someone's life. They're pretty versatile and entertaining - and you can read more about the format over at Know Your Meme.
People all over the world are now being advised to wear face masks to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Luckily, Disney is here to bring a spark to this new corona fashion wear, especially for kids who are more frightened these days.
In a statement on its home page, the company expressed its commitment to serving the communities during these challenging times by creating a new line of family-friendly reusable cloth face masks featuring its timeless stories and beloved characters.
Disney announced it will donate one million cloth face masks for children and families in underserved and vulnerable communities across the U.S. and pledged to donate all the profits to the non-profit organization, Medshare, which specializes in redistributing medical supplies to hospitals in need.
From Baby Yoda to Winnie The Pooh and Mickie Mouse, the masks are aimed at kids and kids at heart who can finally have a chance to let out their inner character.
You can purchase a four-pack of face masks for $19.99 in small, medium, and large sizes.
Check out some of the cool designs.
It really does seem like we keep having to check things off on a master list of hypothetical apocalyptic scenarios. First we had the Australian wildfires, then we almost got ourselves into a third world war, then a pandemic, then Chernobyl caught on fire, and the list goes on. This meme, from the movie The Emperor's New Groove, highlights all of those horrible things while simultaneously giving us a little chuckle. After all, at this point what can we really do beside make some humor out of it?
Did you ever wonder what it would look like if Disney wasn't just limited to our favorite cartoon classics? Well, wonder no more, because German artist Alex Pick has reimagined some iconic Disney characters into popular movie posters and the results are breathtakingly realistic. Somehow he has managed to pick the perfect characters and make them believable as the modern-day actors for whose place they have taken. Disney fans everywhere are loving his work, which you can see on his Instagram page, but here is a selection of the best.
Remember when we first started hearing about the coronavirus situation in Wuhan? Did we have any idea the situation would get this dire? We did not. We also had no idea that when we took our first shot of alcohol in high school that we'd slip into an immature cycle of debauchery that would last until well after college. These kinds of situations are the subjects of this Toy Story meme format that's seeing a surge in popularity this month. It's kind of similar to the "Unsheathing the Sword" meme, which was pretty damn entertaining when it came out. Here are some of our favorite examples, but you can read more about 'em over at Know Your Meme.
Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content and this week, we've picked Casey Drake, a Florida mom who has found a way to spread smiles and positivity amongst her community. She is creating cartoon masterpieces on her sidewalk using chalk showing well-known Disney, Pixar, and other iconic characters safely practicing and coping with social distancing. "Laughter is the best medicine, and we can all use a little bit of humor right now I think," she said in an interview with WKMG. Her messages touch on things we've all felt and can relate to during the pandemic; from Dorothy from The Wizzard of Oz's classic line of "there's no place like home", to Robin getting a little too close to Batman.
Once you've enjoyed a selection of her brilliant creations below, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it.
We know goth sh*t is pretty en vogue right now, what with everyone getting witchy and wearing harnesses and chokers. This fad has seeped into the meme world, so there's no shortage of funny tidbits boasting dark humor and a whole lot of black clothing. These memes might help you get your fix of darkness without having to face the teenage hordes at Hot Topic.
We've always been pretty damn into Disney, but the older we get the more we wish the movies (we know they're for kids) had a little more edge. While that wish hasn't exactly come true, Swedish artist Daniel Bork has come pretty close to mimicking it. The illustrator, who gets inspiration from 80's and 90's subculture, has been inserting Disney characters into his renditions of classic horror film posters. The results shout out some of our favorite cartoons and movies in an incredibly creepy way. We've put some of our favorites into this gallery, but you should check out more of Bork's work (and give him a follow) on his Instagram.
Isa is a talented illustrator from the Netherlands who came up with this awesome idea he refers to as pet disneyfication.
That means you can send him a photo of your pet and he will illustrate it in an iconic Disney style.
What could be more magical than that?
Unfortunately, commissions are closed for the next months due to the massive demand.
In the meantime, enjoy some of his creations on Instagram.