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André Manguba is using his talent to create the ultimate mashups, and fans couldn't be happier.


Manguba is taking characters from the hit show Riverdale, a remake of the Archie comic series, and turning them into gorgeous pencil drawings of famous Disney characters. In other words, he's turning the comics that became real people into drawings of animated characters.

The artist, who is only 19-years-old, discussed with Teen Vogue the inspiration behind his art.

"I'm clearly obsessed with Riverdale and I loved Disney growing up. It felt like mashing up these two concepts together would produce something magical.
Bughead for example, gave me the same vibes as Rapunzel and Flynn Rider,. Lili's strong-willed personality and femininity also matched Rapunzel's. Varchie reminded me of Hercules and Megara's relationship. Archie matched Hercules' heroic traits and just like Megara, Veronica had a sultry and dark side to her too."

He shared the results on his Instagram account.



Manguba seems to be enjoying his newfound fame.










We are excited to see what this young artist does next.

H/T: Hello Giggles, BuzzFeed

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