Comic: Boo and Randall, Meet Lilo and Stitch

boo and randall

“Lizard of Badness” comic made by DeviantArtist coffeebandit, who has made a few other humorous mashups of Pixar characters, many of them centered around the Monsters Inc. antagonist.

For example, “what if” Randall was at one point Violet’s monster? One invisibility powered hero meets an invisibility powered villain.

violet and randall

You can view the artist’s full collection here. I definitely recommend.


 

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Modern Princess: Elsa and Cinderella Get Coffee

Written by Jon Negroni (me) and illustrated by Kayla Savage. That’s it. Oh, and you can find more Modern Princess here. I’m done. I have nothing else to say to you. Sigh but I have to keep writing, you know. Something about SEO or whatever new word a guy in Texas made

If Disney Princesses Played Pokemon GO

It would probably look something like this comic.

Snarcasm: The ‘Doctor Strange’ Teaser Is an Insult to Humanity

Hating everything in sight for no good reason is just the Internet thing to do these days. And that goes double for comic book movies about sorcerers.

Review: ‘Deadpool’ Is Fantastic at a Few Things

The makers of Deadpool had a tall order on their hands. A beloved comic-book antihero conceived in the early 90s, Deadpool has collected a legion of fans for a list of specific, stringent reasons. Failing to capture the exact spirit of the character would land Fox in a repeat of

This is Jon.

This is Jon

 

Seriously, don’t be like Jon.

(Amazing artwork by Kayla Savage, who also loves randoming)

The Profound Relationship Between Chewbacca and Kylo Ren (Spoilers)

Massive spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens litter this post, so read at your own risk. It’s only been a few weeks since The Force Awakens opened in most theaters, so it’s impressive to discover so many meaningful and poignant conversations going on about the 2 hour film. The more you think about