Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Magic mirror, on the wall - what is the fairest Disney shirt of all? Skip to main content. Image Unavailable Image not available for Color:. Fit Type: Men. Color: White. To buy, select Size. Add to Cart.
Prepare yourselves, because you are about to see something you can never un-see and it has freaked us out quite a lot understatement. Artist David Kawena has drawn a series of stunning pictures, giving Disney princes a more realistic look and then stripping them down to their pants in a way that wouldn't look out of place on Cosmo's centrefold pages. But while some of these leading men are handsome in cartoon world, seeing them like this is wrong on so many levels we just can't even begin to describe the way our skin is crawling right now. For starters, those are some seriously generous packages they are pushing in our direction, couldn't they have been just a little more low-key in the big bulge department? Secondly, these are the crushes of our childhood and therefore sacred. They should be treated as such, not parading around in bondage gear. Don't even get us started on that nipple ring. Still, we commend David on these superb pictures which have been flawlessly executed, in all their strange glory. Take a look….
Customers also considered these related items
So how did we end up with the non-musical, slapstick romp that we all remember? What happened to that ambitious project? The story was originally going to be about an Incan emperor who switches places with a commoner who shares a striking resemblance. The Emperor meets this doppelganger and decides to switch places with him for funsies. Yzma, the royal sorceress, discovers the switch and turns the real emperor into a llama, while threatening to expose the peasant if he disobeys her. By , Disney execs were losing faith in the project, especially after the underwhelming box office hauls other dramatic sweeping musicals like Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Allers later left the project and Mark Dindal become the sole director.
Evil henchman Kronk has turned from his wicked ways since we last saw him in The Emperor's New Groove. Dim-witted but lovable nonetheless, Kronk has a new dilemma on his hands when a "llama gram" arrives that his father is coming to visit. Never having been able to win his dad's acceptance of his culinary ways, Kronk longs for the day he'd receive a thumbs-up from Papi. However, Kronk believes the only way this might happen would be to have a wife, a family, and a house on a hill.