Jun 5, 2012  •  In Art/Design, Cute, Entertainment, Funny, Movies

Pocket Princesses [Cute and Hilarious Comics featuring Disney's Princesses]

I am LOVING these comics by Amy Mebberson. Titled Pocket Princesses, this whimsical series features the day-to-day lives of Disney heroines as they attempt to live with each other, out here in the real world.

Unfortunately, Pocket Princesses is currently on hiatus, but be sure to bookmark it for updates!

30 Responses to “Pocket Princesses [Cute and Hilarious Comics featuring Disney's Princesses]”

  1. Oh, that jambalaya one….too awesome and TRUE!

  2. this was absolutely hilarious and TOO ADORABLE :D i love mash-ups like these! they always make me laugh!

  3. This is too funny. I love it!!

  4. Hysterical. How soon does Amy get the “cease and desist” letter from Disney’s legal department?

  5. Madde Lane:

    I love these but who is the second princess with long blond hair?

    • Catie Inman:

      Aww! So cuter he super long haired princess is rapunzel, and the goldfish hair that is down to her knees is the girl from enchanted

    • Rhiana:

      In #11 it is Charlotte LeBoef from The Princess and the Frog, the one in #10 is Giselle from Enchanted, and then Rapunzel is the other one in #0, 3, 7, 8, 14, 20.

      • the girl on number #10 is aurora of sleeping beauty because she has

        that fabric on her shoulders stupid

        -u-+++++

        • Olivia:

          Actually it is Giselle from Enchanted not Aurora. It’s a common mistake but clearly it is not Aurora because for one Aurora’s hair was not that long in Sleeping Beauty. Also, Aurora’s hair color is golden not an orangish color. Plus, Aurora did not have fabric like that in most of sleeping until towards the end when Prince Phillip has to save her from her sleeping curse.

    • dascha:

      The girl with the long hair is the gil from enchanted

    • kate:

      Her name is Gisele and she us from the movie enchanted. She’s not recognized often because in most of the movie she us a live character but in the beginning she is a cartoon. If you ever have time, this us a great family feel-good Comedy that us definitely worth watching. Gisele is my favorite princess!

    • Penny:

      It’s Giselle from Enchanted

    • Kylee:

      That’s Jezel from Enchanted

  6. Catie:

    Aww so cute!

  7. Catie Inman:

    Aww! So cute

  8. Fawn Smeltzer:

    these are adorbs. i wish i could draw like that

  9. I love pocket princesses

  10. stephie:

    Who is the brunetts with shirt hair in Summer cut ?
    Who is the frilly girl in Underdressed?
    Who is the blue girl in Application ?

    • kate:

      I don’t know the 2nd or 3rd answers but the first one is actually Rapunzel. At the end of tangled, Rapunzel had to get her hair cut. Milan also had to get her hair cut short in her movie, so they intend to make the other princesses get their hair cut.

    • Coryn:

      The first one is repunzel. Her hair was short at the end of tangled.
      The second one is a girl from Princess and The Frog. I think her name is charlotte.
      And the third one is Kida from Atlantis The Lost Empire

  11. Guido:

    hahah these comics are priceless! Merida is the very very best x)

    have you check this little princesses?

    they are cool too!

    http://www.diariodadebs.com/2013/09/01/desenho-de-primeira/

  12. Elena:

    To: Stephie
    The brunette with the short hair in summer cut is rapunzel. Rapunzel gets her hair chopped off at the end of her movie.
    The frilly girl in underdressed is Charlotte la Bouff (Tiana’s friend) from “The Princess and the Frog”.
    The blue girl in application is princess Kida from “The City of Atlantis”.

  13. Mary:

    Amy should do some of Anna and Elsa from Frozen! These are adorable! I wish I could draw like her!

  14. I would like to see all of the disney princesses all together in a family reunion called “family time” can’t you?

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