We've seen Disney princesses reimagined as career-focused women of 2018, we've adored someone recreating the famous characters of cartoons as real-life people. But this cartoonist offers a new twist to the iconic Disney stories, rewriting it based on various social media sites.

Artist Justin Hall has been working on various comics for a decade now, often featuring famous characters from various movies, games, and cartoons. This time, Hall puts a twist on Disney characters by putting them through a social media filter. "The inspiration behind these funny comics was the potential of combining two things everyone is familiar with. The social sites I chose have such recognizable personalities, quirks, and communities (for better or worse), just as the Disney movies are instantly recognizable," he told Bored Panda.

From sites like Facebook and Twitter to search engine Google, the situations show various aspects of the sites featured. "There is a message behind most of my comics, even if some are just surface level juxtapositions meant to be humorous," the artist explained, "The Imgur panel, in particular, is important to me because content theft online is so pervasive it is almost impossible to enforce, or even get people to notice or care. The concept of rightful attribution is not as straight forward as something like protecting a userbase from hate speech, so no one bothers to write about it anymore, and the culture of the internet remains antithetical to the idea of ownership". Scroll down below to see the cool drawings for yourself, and don't forget to vote and comment on your favorites!

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Caitlin Smith
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2 years ago

YES. This needs to be higher up.

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Hannah McGowen
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2 years ago

Smash that like button! ✨

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Rogue
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2 years ago

BoredPanda, too..

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Деница Петрова
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2 years ago

Hahaha the Mason jar thing...so accurate

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Maya Classon
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2 years ago

"OK mirror;" Haha

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Hannah McGowen
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2 years ago

Yep... this is twitter.

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Hannah McGowen
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2 years ago

I bet she orders food from Uber Eats too... ✨

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alwright
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2 years ago

What's he doing with his hands there...

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Skylocks Jonson
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2 years ago

Died XD

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BusLady
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2 years ago

Isn't this BP?

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Julia NotMyLastname
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2 years ago

I get they were going for, but aromantic means you aren't attracted to anyone...

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alwright
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2 years ago

What the...

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BusLady
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2 years ago

Well, that will get views.

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alwright
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2 years ago

*SHUDDER*

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Rebecah Ozuna
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2 years ago

Some of my art at deviant-art has being stolen at some point; it's their lost as my works are not THAT worthy.

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