Ink Pen violation?
These are pairs of panels from two separate instances of the (normally quite entertaining) comic Ink Pen, both from last week. Notice anything? Yes! Flagrant “funny” toon abuse!
These instances of “hilarious” crushing of Disney characters are not only deeply disturbing — and potentially as child-scarring as seeing a costumed character with its head off (assuming, of course, that characters in Disney parks are just people in costumes, which they aren’t because they’re real) — but they’re also massive violations of Disney’s global copyrights.
Remember, you don’t have to actually draw, quote, represent, re-image, or depict a Disney character for it to be a violation — just implying that a character exists in the same space as the world you are depicting is more than enough to get you sued back to the dinosaur segment of Fantasia!