Hi, I read your Zootopia comic, "I Will Survive" and I want to tell you up front that your linework is really good, your characters are expressive and their features are consistent, in conclusion you are a good artist. I was just wondering if that comic was meant to be a joke since it takes place in the Seinfield apartment (or did you just use that as a reference) and since some people might say that creating such a moral conflict between fictional characters from an age eight and above movie is absurdly funny or cringeworthy, no offence meant.
I'm a big Seinfeld fan but yes, to use his apartment features in these comics is a joke, of course.
But let me disagree that Zootopia is a film for children only. In fact, I think it is essentially a film aimed at an adult audience (badly) disguised as children's entertainment. The themes, the development of the plot, the references to the mafia and drugs (Breaking Bad, anyone?), the sensual and hip-shaking Gazelle with her beefcake tigers… except for the cute animals and some visual jokes, I would hardly recommend the film for an exclusive audience of children.
In fact, I even think Zootopia is the least Disney of all the films produced by the company, including "The Black Cauldron".