French illustrator and graphic designer Pez has deconstructed some of our most lovable and memorable cartoon characters and turned them into raw grotesque creatures. He definitely has an eye for detail as you can clearly identify exposed muscles and veins. *shiver* The series is called Distroy (Destroy in english).
French Illustrator Sylvain “Tohad” Sarrailh re-imagines your favorite childhood characters as a bunch of “BadAsses”.
For Example, His description for Princess Peach:
She is blonde, very shallow, only wear candy pink clothes and passion for kitsch, no it’s not Paris Hilton but Princess Peach.
Now big fan of Game of Thrones, Peach decided to regain her kingdom by starting put in irons little Toad and trying to poison Mario Bros, she suspected of conspiring against her. When Bowser and his army, they will soon have to face the new chemical weapon concocted by the mushroom Princess herself: the giant mycosis!
Most of them seem pretty Blood-Thirsty, except maybe Alice… Puff, Puff, Give!
I mean err… Get it together, Hippie!
And now for some Random Imagery. Starting with Wolverine making himself a fancy lunch. Image via.
As a Canadian, I don’t act with such positivity at first snow. Via /u/-imdoomed-.
Ugh… Even worse when you say it to the waitress who said “here’s your meal, enjoy!”. More via Embarrassing Comics.
Kevin Conroy and Tim Daly, better known to most of us as the voices of Batman and Superman, have a little bit of a confrontation in this video.
It’s kinda awesome to see the men who voiced my favorite animated incarnations of the superheroes in live-action.
Remember “Saturday Morning Cartoons”? Of course you do! My Favorites were Heman and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra: Princess of Power, AND Ghostbusters, all which wouldn’t have been possible without the Co-Founder of Filmation and Producer Lou Scheimer.
His resume also included producing Star Trek: The Animated Series, Shazam!, Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle, Flash Gordon, and of course the super-dope Bravestarr. I don’t know about you, but Scheimer contributed in huge parts to my childhood and to that I say THANK YOU! Here’s an old interview with the late Scheimer answering some questions about his beloved cartoons.
BONUS (just to lift your spirits a bit):
This amazing show from Nickelodeon was cancelled much too early for how good it was. One of my favorites growing up, it combined the disgusting parts of Ren and Stimpy with the mild innocence of Doug. And now I realize there were so many subtleties I missed out on.