Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Snow White and the Seven Soldiers of Victory



I thought that this team-up suggestion by Bob Greenwade in the comments section of a recent cover was a little odd, but it kept rattling around in the back of my brain, so I decided to give it a shot.  I actually caught some of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves on TV yesterday, and after all these years I still find it very watchable.  The artwork and animation holds up amazingly well, it's a testament to the talents of the Disney crew that worked on it so many decades ago.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you did this. I laughed out loud when I read Bob's suggestion in the comments. It's a brilliant idea and executed quickly and well.

alxjhnsn said...

Excellent combination!

Bob Greenwade said...

Thank you very much, Ross, for the early birthday present!

(Unless, of course, you have Wolverine and Ambush Bug planned for Thursday. That would be one the money and on the day!)

Phylo97 said...

This is superb. Something I've toyed with in the course of conversation with friends is the 7 Dwarves and Shazam vs. The 7 Deadly Sins. Might be interesting.

Anonymous said...

What's next? Bozo verse IT?

Anonymous said...

@ my namesake above: How about Darkseid vs. Pureheart The Powerful?

@ Ross and Bob Greenwade: you are both mad geniuses. Bravo! :-)

Bob Greenwade said...

Well, we already had Captain Klutz versus Galactus!

Sonofjack Well said...

Thank you, Bob, for making the suggestion, and thank you, Ross, for bringing it to life is so brilliant a fashion....

Martin R. Thomas said...

Man, that's clever. I never would have thought of that! Love the design. You came up with!

Paul Green said...

I thought the idea was amusing but not likely, especially so soon! It came off well considering the Disney animation style is different than SSV. The images blend well and the characters are interacting in a natural way.

Anonymous said...

Other anons, I can see lots of possibilities for other fairytale or Disney movie tie-ins. Dream Girl as Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin with Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt as the genie, Beauty and the Swamp Thing, Groot as Pinocchio... The Little Mermaid on its own has so many possibilities: Aquaman, Namor, Lori Lemaris, Dolphin...if the art work can fit together.

Anonymous said...

Whoops. I forgot Ross had already done https://braveandboldlost.blogspot.co.id/2014/01/agents-of-abyss.html

Alaric Shapli said...

I suddenly wish someone would make a movie called SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN SAMURAI.

Ken Roskos said...

Hi-ho, hi-ho...

Simreeve said...


Alaric Shapli said...
"I suddenly wish someone would make a movie called SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN SAMURAI."


A quick google, and _
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CaEkSz-xk4

Alaric Shapli said...

I KNEW I should have tried googling it before posting that... :)

Cary Comic said...

@The Anon who responded to the other anons: To paraphrase the immortal words of Adrian Monk?

"Unless I'm wrong (which, of course, I never am) this team-up actually might work! Seeing as how Snow White's stepmother and JLA foe the Queen of Fables are supposedly one and the same."

Bob Greenwade said...

Cary: Monk's actual phrase is, "Unless I'm wrong, which of course I'm not...." Elsewise I think you're right.

Anonymous said...

Now i don't feel so silly for thinking of the x files in gravity falls.

Kid Charlemagne said...

"Seeing as how Snow White's stepmother and JLA foe the Queen of Fables are supposedly one and the same."

That had slipped my mind, but yes, that makes it an even better idea.

Cary Comic said...

@Bob Greenwade: Hence, my use of the word "paraphrasing." LOL!

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Anonymous said...

Personally, I hope she keeps them permanently that size. ;-D

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