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This Artist Turns Your Favorite Childhood Characters Into Horrible Monsters 

Matt Manser
Updated October 6, 2017 19k votes 2.6k voters 78.2k views 15 items

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When you look back at all the delightful characters you remember from your childhood, you probably get a warm, fuzzy feeling connected with all those memories. Sorry – it's time to shatter all those memories to a billion pieces, thanks to artist who turns childhood characters into horrible monsters.

That artist goes by the name Disse86, and their undeniably awesome, truly frightening portraits of characters like Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Pikachu, and more are unforgettable. With some careful tweaks and a presumably dark imagination, they transform them from beloved characters from your youth into nightmares.

Check out some of Disse86's best creepy versions of your favorite cartoons. It takes a special kind of talent to draw pop culture favorite cartoons turned into scary monsters. Whether they're horrifyingly realistic or just more grown-up than you expected, you'll never see these characters the same way again.

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Mickey Mouse Goes Full Monster
Mickey Mouse Goes Full M... is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list This Artist Turns Your Favorite Childhood Characters Into Horrible Monsters
Photo:  Disse86/DeviantArt
Childhood ruined?
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Winnie The Pooh Prefers Blood To Honey
Winnie The Pooh Prefers ... is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list This Artist Turns Your Favorite Childhood Characters Into Horrible Monsters
Photo:  Disse86/DeviantArt
Childhood ruined?
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Pikachu Pika-Chews Your Face Off
Pikachu Pika-Chews Your ... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list This Artist Turns Your Favorite Childhood Characters Into Horrible Monsters
Photo:  Disse86/DeviantArt
Childhood ruined?
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Monster Mike Goes Back To His Roots
Monster Mike Goes Back T... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list This Artist Turns Your Favorite Childhood Characters Into Horrible Monsters
Photo:  Disse86/DeviantArt
Childhood ruined?