Yesterworld: The Lion King Lie – Did Disney Steal The Lion King? (Simba vs Kimba The White Lion)

Exploring the Controversy behind Disney’s The Lion King, whether the story & characters were stolen from Kimba The White Lion, and go to to get 75% off a 3 year plan, and use code YESTERWORLD for a free extra month!

Ever since Disney’s The Lion King was released in 1994, it’s been surrounded by a Controversy: Was Simba, the characters and Story stolen from Osamu Tezuka’s Kimba The White Lion aka Jungle Emperor Leo aka Leo The Lion. Here we take a deep dive into both sides of the story, and attempt to finally answer the question once and for all.

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Yesterworld website:


Watching Anime, Reading Manga: 25 Years of Essays and Reviews – Fred Patten –

Disney: The Mouse Betrayed – Peter Schweizer –

The San Francisco Chronicle & Various other publications

Jungle Emperor Leo & Kimba the White Lion – Part I: Synopsis

Is The Lion King a Plagiarism?!msg/rec.arts.disney/yaGofGdVxyc/-lw9dxhrxbIJ

Complete Manga Works (MT-001 to MT-050)

Osamu Tezuka Complete Manga Works

The Lion King: 70+ Original Concept Art Collection”King%20of%20the%20Beasts”)

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