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Atlantis is waiting.
This is a blog dedicated to Disney's 41st animated film Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Set in 1914, the film tells the story of a young man who gains possession of a sacred book, which he believes will guide him and a crew of adventurers to the lost city of Atlantis.

Links to specific characters, concept art, and trivia are listed in the tags above.

If you have anything Atlantis related you'd like to share - cosplays, fanart, arts and crafts, what ever it is - don't be afraid to submit it! We'll post it with credit to you and your blog.

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Let’s just take a moment to appreciate Milo’s face













karengilans:

Movies Watched in 2014 | Atlantis: The Lost Empire

"In a way. The crystal thrives on the collective emotions of all who came before us. In return, it provides power. Longevity. Protection. As it grew, it developed a consciousness of its own. In my arrogance, I sought to use it as a weapon of war. But its power proved too great to control. It overwhelmed us… and led to our destruction."




Milo being the adorable little dork that he is










emmyiskhaleesi:

Disney Princesses + Fonts

↳  KidagakashEver After [x]




raposabranca:


"I took this job when my dad retired. But, the funny thing was, he always wanted sons, right? One to run his machine shop, another to be middleweight boxing champion. But, he got my sister and me, instead."
"So, what… what happened to your sister?" 
"She’s 24 and 0, with a shot at the title next month."

Audrey Ramirez for snarkies Disney Ladies Collab! I hope you like it, Miranda. I wanted to make a grumpy covered in oil Audrey, but in the end I stuck with the classic “We can do it” pose. Which is always fabulous for a Disney character who challenges genre roles.
Audrey belongs to Disney, but art is mine :D

raposabranca:

"I took this job when my dad retired. But, the funny thing was, he always wanted sons, right? One to run his machine shop, another to be middleweight boxing champion. But, he got my sister and me, instead."


"So, what… what happened to your sister?" 


"She’s 24 and 0, with a shot at the title next month."

Audrey Ramirez for snarkies Disney Ladies Collab! I hope you like it, Miranda. I wanted to make a grumpy covered in oil Audrey, but in the end I stuck with the classic “We can do it” pose. Which is always fabulous for a Disney character who challenges genre roles.

Audrey belongs to Disney, but art is mine :D