Special Art of the Day #220: Zootopia X Disney’s Robin Hood

Best Furry Movie Poem by grrrwolf
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Disney’s Robin Hood was in many ways the spiritual ancestor of Zootopia. Byron Howard, one of Zootopia‘s co directors, has said he was inspired to go into animation after seeing Robin Hood as a kid, and it’s well known that Mayor Lionheart was modeled on the character of King Richard in Robin Hood.

With that in mind, we present a collection of Zootopia/Robin Hood crossover pics.

Enjoy, and be sure to show the original artists some love by clicking on the source links.

Get your art after the break!

First, a little appropriate music.  Robin Hood opened with a folk song, and so we’ll do the same here.  This is an actual English folk tune from the time when Robin Hood lived, “Sumer Is Icumen In,” sung in Middle English and performed by Richard Thompson.

It all began with a chance encounter between two foxes.

Best Furry Movie by grrrwolf
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Robin took to Nick immediately.

Robin and Nick by AndrejSKalin
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And the feeling was mutual.

Nick Wilde and Robin Hood Selfie by Fayolka
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Of course, Nick Wilde never could deny his nature.

Nick Wilde Meets Robin Hood by SEL-artworks
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But then again, neither could Robin.
Better watch the ale there, guys; too much of that stuff can lead to some reckless behavior. 

Oo-De-Larceny by silvaniart
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See, what’d I tell you?
“Fear not, Nick, old boy, I can’t possibly miss all three apples!”

Robin Hood_Nicks Tell by Weischede
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“There, see?  Told you I never miss!”

Fox Bros by StarSoulArt
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“Welllll now, Robin, I wouldn’t say THAT.”

It’s Called a Hustle Knave by silvaniart
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“Oh no! What’s happened to Robin?  Did someone shoot him with a Nighthowler dart?”
“No, he caught Nick trying to hit on Maid Marian.”

Savage Robin Hood by Wednesday2021
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And if you think you’re in trouble now, Nick…wait ’til Judy finds out.

Nick and Marian by silvaniart
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On the subject of Judy, here she is hanging out with Little John.

Judy Hopps and Little John-Zootopia X Robin Hood by SEL-artworks
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Nick and Judy as Robin and Marian.  Somehow, I don’t think the helpless damsel bit works for her

Robin Wilde by youngam93
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That’s more like it.

Sovereign’s War by NozomiNoYami
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“Trust me, Carrots.”
“The last time I trusted you we ended up in a dungeon.”

Wanted by Frava8
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Nick as slightly more post-modern Robin Hood

R Hood (colorized) by zieglezeig (color by Otakurec37)
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And the more classic version.

Wilde Hood by Mr.WolfHare
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If there’s one thing Nick Wilde and Robin Hood have in common, it’s their big hearts.

Happy Birthday My Little Bunny by tsubasa
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But then, they also have some serious differences.

The Great Debate by @the_gneech
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Okay, it’s impossible.  Who cares?  It’s also adorable.

Ooo-de-Lally by @pinkbunnyr
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EVERYBODY wants to get into the act.

Golly What a Day by qwertypictures
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Sooo, what do you think would happen if the Sheriff of Nottingham joined the ZPD?  (Technically, he’s a law officer, don’t forget.)

Pie Break by @Spirited_Fox
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Tch!  And all this time I thought it was Benjamin Clawhauser.

Best Customer by @Spirited_Fox
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I can’t decide if that little fox and bunny are Nick and Judy’s kids or their younger selves.

Medieval Nick and Judy by cat_named_fish
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The gang’s all here.  Duke Weaselton is perfect as Sir Hiss, but I think Clawhauser would have been better as Friar Tuck

Until next time folks, fær thee wel.

Zootopia X Robin Hood by CarrotCakie24601
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  1. https://youtu.be/d-6kuVhKzmk
    The wise Sir Bedevere was the first to join King Arthur's knights. But other illustrious names were soon to follow: Sir Lancelot the Brave, Sir Galahad the Pure, and Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot, who had nearly fought the Dragon of Angor, who had nearly stood up to the vicious Chicken of Bristol, and who had personally wet himself at the Battle of Badon Hill, and the aptly-named Sir Not-Appearing-in-This-Film. Together they formed a band whose names and deeds were to be retold throughout the centuries: The Knights of the Round Table.

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