McFarland says of this very odd mixture of characters and locations, A mashup of Fraggle Rock, Oz, and Smurfs, drawn mainly to amuse a certain someone with who I share a few fandoms. At some point I noticed that Smurfs are about the same size as Doozers, and this pic developed from there. It got a laugh out of me, that’s for sure, plus as she says, You never know where new Fraggle holes will open up! If you are interested in either Smurfs or Fraggle Rock, make sure to check out the aptly named Smurfs Podcast and Fraggle Rock Podcasts that I have done.
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