On the streets of a small town somewhere in today’s America, two Captain Jack Sparrows (at least one of them an impostor) meet with Spider-Man. It’s inaccurate, it ruins continuity, it’s highly unlikely, and it’s in full view of an innocent cab driver. The shame!
Look at what I found at a fair in Los Angeles — Disney copyright violating finger puppets! There’s Chicken Little, Ms. Incredible, Shrek, and a cow — all blatantly Disney characters! Spider-Man will very soon be added to Disney’s list, and the last one in black — whomever he is, we’re sure intellectual property rights to him will soon be owned by Disney as well! I pinned them into this collector’s box to prevent their escaping into innocent hands.
Although I was unable to pin down the author of this travesty, I did find the following image on a Web site (although I can’t seem to figure out which one — its name escapes me. If there was only some way to tell from the image!)
I definitely see Mickey, Minnie, Pooh, and many of their barnyard friends in there. Oh, the shame of it all! And intended to be used on some unknowing child’s finger!!!