Aladdin Comic Part 8

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Why it’s my favorite?

Genie’s all happy because he expects his friend to keep his end of the deal and set him free. After all he won the princess heart and the approval of her father. But Aladdin now realizes it’s all a lie and feels guild. And that boys and girls is the lesson Aladdin teaches us, it’s better to be honest about whom you are then pretending you are someone else.
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Why it’s my favorite?

Al’s even lying to the Genie and gets angry at himself because he knows what he does is wrong. At this point in the movie just before the final climax our hero decides to stop lying to everyone and tell Jasmine the truth. I read arguments from people that Aladdin teaches kids it’s okay to lie because you’ll get rewarded in the end. In this case Aladdin gets the princess but not before his friends, love interest, Agrabah and himself almost die at the hand of a mad wizard.
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Why it’s my favorite?

Genie’s reading the script is such a funny gag in this movie. Disney never repeated that again in the films that came after. In the directors commentary Ron and John said that Genie’s beyond time and space and so would know it’s a movie they are in while for the other characters it’s real. Kind of difficult to comprehend if you think about it. The gag would be repeated in the sequels, I know Return of Jafar for sure and a few episodes later.
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Why it’s my favorite?

I love how the comic artists adapted this dramatic scene from the movie.
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Why it’s my favorite?

It’s a shame the comic artists shorten this dramatic revealing scene where Jafar exposes Aladdin’s true identity. Rajah is cute though, in the movie the kitten Rajah is flat for a few frames before he pops up again.
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