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Richard Marx: Werelion Troubador

Marxy by *Juffs on deviantART

Let the magnitude of this moment sink in. Embrace your unease, and with it that queasy, lubricated sensation deep in your colon that cries out for a relief that must never come. Unleash your sanity so that it may rut in the yard with Chaos and on it sire a litter of beautiful abominations. You have beheld that which should not be.

For you have just realized that somewhere out there is a person who looked at a photo of Richard Marx and somehow saw a brooding, masculine, anthropomorphized lion with a mullet.

Just think about that while you’re trying to go to sleep tonight.

Good luck.

Disney Truth: Belle & Ariel Explain Life To Young Girls


Yeah, that’s about right. But even righter are J. Scott Campbell’s renditions of various Disney princesses:

Oh, and here’s a non-Disney princess –Slave Leia– just because.


Buy This Stuff:

Lost Girls Hardcover Edition
In which Alan Moore –author of Watchmen, From Hell, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen– deconstructs fairy tale starlets Wendy (of Peter Pan), Alice (of Wonderland), and Dorothy (of Kansas and Oz) through the most hyper-literate, arty pornography you’re ever likely to see. This is your one chance to read real, honest-to-God porno and still claim you’re broadening your intellectual horizons.