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More Sinister Reimaginings of Childhood Characters

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We first featured the brilliant illustrations of Sylvain Sarrailh in January, and now she's back with more terrifying reimaginings of famous childhood characters.

Taking cuddly cutesy characters and bringing out their inner demons, Sarrailh manages to turn the Rugrats gang into a terrifying family from hell. Meanwhile, the Lion King animals are now more beast than benevolent.

Check out more of Sarrailh's work on her deviantART profile and webcomic.

(Images: Sylvain Sarrailh)

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