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Isaiah Stephens: Halloween Ladies!

Aloha my wonderful merfolk,

As promised, here is the second collection of Disney characters in their Halloween Outfits by Isaiah Stephens. This collection is the lovely ladies of Disney that aren’t a part of the official 11 Disney Princess line up.

Alice

Alice

The first Disney lady we have here is Alice and she is dressed as Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This is another television show that has a spot in my heart as I used to watch it religiously as a child (and still do really). Although I don’t personally see much in common between  Alice and Buffy, I’m still beyond glad that Buffy was included in this set of cross overs.

Charlotte

Charlotte

Charlotte La Bouff as the Pink Ranger ladies and gentleman, Purely and simply going off how much pink Charlotte wears in The Princess and the Frog, I see this as a perfect match. She would definitely pick a character in pink for Halloween!

Esmeralda

Esmeralda

Okay, so the only one of this set that I had to Google. Esmeralda is dressed as Michonne from the Walking Dead. As I’m not a massive fan of zombies, this show keeps getting pushed to the back of my to-watch list, however I have to admit that Esmeralda looks pretty awesome wielding a sword!

Giselle

Giselle

Enchanted may not be one of my favourite Disney films out there but Giselle looks awesome as Daphne from Scooby Doo. The long ginger hair matches that of Daphne perfectly. I think this is one of my favourite cross overs of this collection.

Jane

Jane

Now we come to Jane Porter, one of my favourite non Princess, Disney ladies. Dressing her up as Lara Croft fits perfectly. Lara was an explorer (or a raider of tombs for valuable artefacts if you will), as was Jane (even if she was mainly looking for gorillas). This is up there with the previous cross over as one of my favourites.

Kida

Kida

Okay, this one is the first one I have a real problem with (other than Wonder Woman/Snow White), and it’s not because of the drawing or the fact that Kida is dressed up as Storm from X-Men. I adore Storm and she was historically a rather controversial character that was still very strong. What I disagree with is that Kida is technically a Princess and thus should have been included in the Princess collection. Sadly, she isn’t one of the official 11 and thus, got demoted to this collection. Poor Kida. Don’t worry Isaiah, I don’t blame you!

Megara

Meg

Megara as Catwoman is perfect. After all, they’re both sassy to the core. This version is more Dark Knight Rises than comic book, Tim Burton or animated series’, but it’s still a brilliant crossover in my opinion.

Sally

Sally

For the look of the artwork alone, this one if one of my favourites. This is Sally dressed as Raven from Teen Titans. This one is just dark and beautiful and I think I’d have this one up on my wall in the form of a poster! I love Sally and I think this version of her is fab!

Tinkerbell

Tink

I think Tinkerbell makes a fantastic Black Mamba and is another Disney character that looks awesome wielding a sword (when they wouldn’t usually be seen carrying one that is). Kill Bill: Volume 1 is my favourite of the two films but I suppose that part is irrelevant; Tink looks awesome!

Wendy

Wendy

Okay, now this one is just plain adorable! Wendy as Princess Leia was a fabulous idea – look at how big the gun is beside her! Someone get that kid a smaller, more manageable weapon! Neverland can be found at second star to the right and now, Wendy is defending all of space!

So, what did you guys think of the second collection from Isaiah Stephens? Was it better than the Princess collection? What did you guys like best and what did you dislike about this collection?

a mermaid be waiting for you, in mysterious fathoms below – Scariel.

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