Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Next level Disney fan art: The Walking Disney

Posted By on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 4:55 PM



Fan art can go so very, very wrong, but every once and a while, someone gets it really, really right. Kasami-Sensei on DeviantART without a doubt falls into the latter group. His series, The Walking Disney, features the Disney characters we all know and love drawn as if they were in the middle of a Walking Dead style zombie apocalypse.

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What's particularly nice is that not all of the Disney fan art is modeled directly from Walking Dead characters. Sure, Woody looks a bit like Rick and Tiana's got a whole Michonne vibe going on, but most of them just look like dirty, desperate, zombie-fighting Disney cartoons. Imagine if someone worked their way through all the red tape and licensing and what not and made this a reality; produced weekly a thirty-minute cartoon about the most-loved Disney characters and their fight against the walkers. If we use Kasami-Sensi's imagination as a guide, I'm pretty sure no one would want to mess with Merida.

We highly recommend checking out the entire series over on Kasami-Senei's DeviantART page. I don't know about you, but I'm really itching to see what he does with Aladdin.

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