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This ‘Toy Story’ and ‘My Little Pony’ mashup is strangely perfect
Somebody’s sparkled the waterhole!
Buzz and Woody have undergone many transformations since they first stepped onto the screen in 1995’s Toy Story, but their transformation into ponies at the hands of fanartist Pandramodo is one of our favorites yet.
Who knew that Woody would make such a perfect Applejack, or that Buzz would make a great Rainbow Dash?
Turns out they heck of a great pair, in or out of the saddle:
“Remember this movie??” Pandramodo wrote when he posted the animation on deviantArt Monday. “It’s the face of my childhood :’)” Ours, too, dude.
A dedicated brony, Pandramodo has a dA gallery devoted to more hilarious MLP fanart. Check it out, and try not to think about the fact that next year Pixar’s original masterpiece will be 20 years old.
Thankfully, fanart like this will keep Toy Story—and us—forever young.
Illustration by pandramodo/deviantART
Aja Romano is a geek culture reporter and fandom expert. Their reporting at the Daily Dot covered everything from Harry Potter and anime to Tumblr and Gamergate. Romano joined Vox as a staff reporter in 2016.