decided to take gothiebaby up on her challenge and make a powerpoint to help people differentiate between studios with 2D films (cuz it drives me mad when people say anastasia is disney, etc)
of course i have left anime out of the spectrum because i would be doing this damn thing forever, and a lot of great little indie 2D animations have also been omitted. this is purely mainstream, american animation.
sorry if i’ve made any spectacular omissions. please message me if i have and i’ll fix it. i know there are a few disney films missing but i couldn’t bear adding melody time, make mine music…etc. and robin hood is pretty much the aristocats anyway so yeah.
I just want to clarify that Touchstone is owned by Disney so yes, it’s a Disney film but it isn’t made by Walt Disney Animation Studios, therefore it isn’t part of the official Disney animated lineup. In case any of you were thinking “So wait, why does Disney sells the Who Framed Roger Rabbit merchandise?”, that’s why.
It is now our duty as Volunteers to scream “WE ARE THE FANDOM THAT WAITED!” whenever some whiny bitch whines
When people who are halfway through A Series Of Unfortunate Events say:
“I can’t wait until all the mysteries are solved!”
Do not pity the dead, pity the living, and above all, those who have never read A Series of Unfortunate Events.
15 days of my favorite things; » day 1: favorite book/book series (5/6): A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket/ Daniel Handler
"If you enjoy books with happy endings than you are better off reading some other book. In this book, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle. This is because not very many happy things happened in the lives of the three Baudelaire youngsters."
É INACREDITÁVEL .