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What One Man Did To Our Favorite Childhood Characters Is Nightmarishly Cool

APRIL 3, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

Today in our ongoing segment of "Why, Internet? WHHYYY," someone decided to take characters from coloring books and impose an anatomically correct skeleton onto them. Artist Chris Panda gives no real explanation as to why he's inflicting this onto the world, but if you've ever wondered what Sailor Moon looks like in an X-ray machine, now's your chance to find out, I guess.


Iron Man.

Donald Duck, Bambi, and Alice.

Link (Legend of Zelda).

Maleficent and Ariel.

Random Turkey.

Sailor Moon.


Fionna and Cake.

Walligator and Smurfette.

Sailor Trixie and Jessica Rabbit.

Sleeping Beauty.


(source Chris Panda)

I'm not sure what that was, or why it was done, but someone definitely did it. At the very least, now I know what a mermaid would look like with its skin removed. If you want to see more of your childhood characters with their skin ripped off, you can check out Chris's other work here.

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