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09 November 2010 @ 07:19 pm
Disney: Pixie Hollow (Disney Fairy franchise)  
So Disney has this Pixie Hollow franchise starring Tinkerbell and her little fairy friends.
I don't actually know anything about it. I've just seen the dolls for sale at Target in the toy section.

But I was wondering - surely one of you knows! - where do the Pixie Hollow stories fall, chronologically? Are Tink's fairy adventures before or after the film Peter Pan? Does Peter Pan appear in Pixie Hollow? Why do the fairies suddenly talk?



Also, is it just me or doesn't the little orange fairy at the far right look like Ty Lee from Avatar: The Last Airbender?

  
Naw, it's probably just me...
Just like I'm probably the only one who thinks the redhead fairy looks like the result you'd get if you stuck Ariel and Belle into a blender and mixed them together.

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a shyness that is criminally vulgarlynstraine on November 16th, 2010 08:21 am (UTC)
90 pct sure they're pre-Peter Pan, especially since the latest is being touted as Tink's first interaction with a human.
Suzik00kaburra on November 16th, 2010 03:54 pm (UTC)
That would certainly explain why this version of Tinkerbell's got less junk in the trunk. Too bad. I like classic pin-up Tink.

jeanniejeannietran on November 16th, 2010 08:37 am (UTC)
I like that they tried to be racially diverse, and made one that looks ALMOST asian and one ALMOST latina so you can also cover all the races in between.
Suzik00kaburra on November 16th, 2010 03:47 pm (UTC)
The almost Asian one is voiced by Lucy Liu.and American Herrera does the almost Latina fairy.

We're gonna have to watch these, you know. Not for a long time - I want to finish the "canon" classics first - but when we start watching sequels and other animated Disney movies, the Disney Fairies will be on the list.