Inside cartoons

For whatever reason Michael Paulus decided to take a bunch of iconic cartoon figures, and dissect their anatomy - in the way science does, or in the vein of the classic anatomical images.

Cartoon icons are mostly exaggarated distortions of human figures, and thus Paulus had to figure out what kind of distorted skeleton they would have.
It's slightly disturbing that someone actually had the idea to do this, but at the same time it's highly fascinating to look at these images. I'd like to have seen a skeleton for Barbapapa, though...

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