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November 01 2014

What would happen if 31 Disney characters dressed up on Halloween. Many of Mickey's friends turned into another fantasy haroes. A blonde girl choose Buffy.

Many Marvels characters and even Joss' Atlantis appears in the mix.

Clever and funny, even if I've grown to find Disney characters as a little irksome!

If you want to stretch the connections to include more Jossiness, Mulan was voiced by Ming-Na Wen.
The "Blonde girl" is Alice (From Wonderland). Another Ming-na connection, Jasmine from Aladdin is dressed as her character from Street Fighter.
To complete the Jossiness, The Beast is the Hulk, Ariel from The Little Mermaid is Black Widow (both in The Avengers) and Kida and Milo from Atlantis (which Joss got a screenplay credit on) also feature (getting a bit desperate, Kida is dressed as Xena, who was played by Lucy Lawless, who was in one episode of Agents Of Shield. Giselle from Enchanted, played by Amy Adams, who was in one episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, is also in there).
Come to think of it, Giselle is dressed as Daphne from Scooby Doo, who was played in the live action films by Sarah Michelle Gellar.
As far as I can tell, Rogue and Storm did not feature in Joss' Astonishing X-men run. If things he worked on that were never used count, Wonder Woman is in there.
Storm spoke one of Joss's lines (badly) in the first X-Men movie. 😃
The Whedonverse is stretching far and wide . . .
Alice and Buffy - two of my favorites. (But Alice from the book, not the Disney movie.)
Nebula, now you've got me thinking that someone should do Mulan in a Melinda May costume.
I had the same thinking, Jason_M_Bryant!

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