Monsters Incon May 7, 2014 at 12:01 am
Posted In: Comic
I often wonder about living in the wonderful worlds of pixar or disney movies…
Going to the Toronto Comic Arts Festival this weekend? I was just added to the exhibitors list this weekend! I’ll be at Table 254 on the second floor! it’s a completely free comic festival. So stop by and say hi!
Yeah, it was actually kinda creepy with monsters, too. Cute, but really… a (clearly adult for his species) monster kidnaps a small child, another monster saves her but she becomes attached to him. When he does the right thing and returns her to her family, forever destroying the way to get to her, his friends rebuild the portal.
Just… a little disturbing from that angle. Really, you can take just about any story and find some weird direction to look at it from. Up, for example. You can easily look at the story as though the old dude died when they attempted to move him to a retirement home.
And Ariel from The Little Mermaid, they never say how old she is as far as I know, but she can’t be out of her teens, yet she appears naked in the film and is married by the end! Bit creepy to me!
Ariel is 16. She says “I’m 16 years old!” while yelling at her father.
Yeah, creepy by today’s standards, not at all creepy by the standards of several hundred years ago when the movie is obviously set.
I don’t really find that creepy. The age of consent in my country is sixteen.
Ah, I haven’t seen it for years and didn’t remember Ariel saying her age and, indeed, I wasn’t thinking about when it was set! Indeed attitudes were very different back then! I guess I was viewing it though 21st century political correctness eyes!:)
I wouldn’t have been a big deal that she was getting married at 16, that was practically middle aged unless you were wealthy. It would have been a big deal that there was a woman outside without clothes
I don’t believe Disney when they say Rapunzel is 18. She is 16 at the most but likely 14. Flynn is definitely at least in his mid 20’s
I love the Disney conspiracy theories, like the word “sex” in the clouds in The Lion King! Gotta love a good cartoon controversy! 🙂
Bah, it’s not sex, it’s SFX. I don’t think the special effects department thought that one all the way through.
Holy Flying Spaghetti Monster, ARG! You’re in the future!
I think it would be fun to attend the villain support group from Wreck-It-Ralph but I bet I would get kicked out since I’ve killed most, if not all of them at some point.
Yeah it is really creepy, I guess you could offer her candy as an apology?
Don’t you just hate it when it’s all normal until the door in your room immediately becomes a portal for monsters?
No Disney Princess is over 18.
Isn’t Elsa 21? And if. I remember Tiana is 19.
But they’ll always scream if they think you’re a molester