David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines

twisted princesses

McFarlane Toys occasionally does lines in the "Twisted" vein, which means they take public domain characters and create horrifying action figures of them that look like something out of a typically overdrawn 90s comic book. I usually don't think much of these things, but if you haven't seen it, character designer Jeffrey Thomas decided to do a riff on the idea, and he drew some pretty amazing Twisted Disney Princesses. My favorites are Cinderella, Snow White, and Ariel.

ETA: He also did this, and man do I wish it was real and I could watch it right now.
Tags: comics

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