As we wrap up the Disney Renaissance with #37, we were happy to finally have someone with us who we'd been looking forward to teaming up with for a while now. Justin Blankenship is a pretty talented guy we met here in Chicago when working on "A Klingon Christmas Carol" in 2016. Since then, he's… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #37 – Unrealistic Parkour and Male Hairlessness: A Musical by Phil Collins
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Disney Odyssey #36 – The Great Stone Dragon Victory Tour 1998
The thirty-sixth installment of the Disney Odyssey brings us to the year 1998 with an exquisite example of Disney's growing awareness that women can kick just as much trash as men and don't necessarily require overt romance or a wedding to satisfy their movie destiny. I have long been deeply-rooted in my love for Mulan as… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #36 – The Great Stone Dragon Victory Tour 1998
Disney Odyssey #35 – This is Basically Just A Damn Yankees/Superman Greek Myth AU Fanfic by Disney
If I'm going to say only one thing about Disney's Hercules, it's that it is nowhere near as dirty, bizarre, or epic as the original Greek myths it draws from... BUT.... it was still my very favorite Disney movie right up until 2016. That's right, folks. I said it. Hercules is the best Disney movie of all… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #35 – This is Basically Just A Damn Yankees/Superman Greek Myth AU Fanfic by Disney
Disney Odyssey #34 – The Hunchback of Notre DAMN, SON THOSE ARE SOME SICK MOVES
The Fell and I got together with two amazing human beings who are both friends and amazing mentors. AE and T are amazing artists, performers, and knowledgeable cultural icons. AE is known for being Jane the Phoole in the renaissance faire community and DJ Phoole on the internet on Friday nights, and T is a… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #34 – The Hunchback of Notre DAMN, SON THOSE ARE SOME SICK MOVES
Disney Odyssey #33 – How Many Colors Does The Wind Have, Anyway?
When it comes to historical accuracy, our next stop on the Disney Odyssey is definitely near the top of the list... that is, the list of films which took TONS of liberties with historical fact and real culture. Even so, it's arguably one of the best portrayals of Native Americans in Disney canon, let alone in… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #33 – How Many Colors Does The Wind Have, Anyway?