Just a couple of weeks after the launch of Disney+ and the new Star Wars series The Mandalorian, the popularity of the yet-unnamed character affectionately referred to as “Baby Yoda” has taken the internet by storm. You can’t scroll through any social media platform without seeing at least one image of the adorable little character.

With “Baby Yoda” becoming a meme, that led us to think of other memes that can be found on Disney+. As it turns out, there’s a surprising number of internet sensations you can find on the new streaming service, including:

Wolverine Crush

According to KnowYourMeme: “Wolverine Crush is a two-panel exploitable comic series featuring the Marvel superhero Wolverine gazing longingly at a picture frame, which often contains various humorous images superimposed over the original photograph.”

Seen in: X-Men (Captive Hearts, S1 E5)

Eye Rolling Robert Downey Jr.

According to KnowYourMeme: “Eye Rolling Robert Downey Jr. refers to a reaction GIF and image macro series featuring the actor Robert Downey Jr. rolling his eyes in contempt with his arms crossed during a scene in the 2012 superhero film The Avengers.”

Seen in: The Avengers

I Understood That Reference

According to KnowYourMeme: "I Understood That Reference is an expression typically used in online forums and comments as an affirmative acknowledgement of a pop culture reference or technical jargon said by another.”

Seen in: The Avengers (Right after “Eye Rolling Robert Downey Jr.”)

I See This as an Absolute Win

According to KnowYourMeme: “‘I See This as an Absolute Win’ is a memorable quote from 2019 Marvel superhero film Avengers: Endgame said by the character Hulk. Following the premiere of the film, a still image captioned with the quote has been circulated as a macro and a reaction, usually in reference to "win some, lose some" or Pyrrhic victory scenarios.”

Seen in: Avengers: Endgame

X, X Everywhere

According to KnowYourMeme: “X, X Everywhere is a phrasal template typically used for a wide range of cultural references, from quotable lines heard in popular films and TV shows to more obscure things found in viral videos and games. Many instances of ‘X Everywhere’ may be seen as an indicator for emerging trends, while some should be read as a grievance or complaint against them, depending on the context.”

Seen in: Toy Story 2

Homer Simpson Backs Into Bushes

According to KnowYourMeme: “Homer Simpson Backs Into Bushes is a reaction GIF taken from a scene in the animated comedy series The Simpsons in which the main character, Homer Simpson, steps back into a hedge until he is no longer visible. The GIF is used to express embarrassment and has been frequently edited so Simpson disappears into other things.”

Seen in: The Simpsons (Homer Loves Flanders, S5 E16)

Hipster Ariel

According to KnowYourMeme: “Hipster Ariel (a.k.a Hipster Mermaid) is an Advice Animal image macro series featuring a screenshot of Ariel from Disney's 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid and a superimposed caption poking fun at hipsterisms.”

Seen in: The Little Mermaid

Evil Kermit

According to KnowYourMeme: “Evil Kermit is a captioned image series featuring a screenshot of the Muppet character Kermit the Frog talking with his nemesis Constantine dressed as a Sith Lord from Star Wars, who instructs him to perform various indulgent, lazy, selfish and unethical acts.”

Seen in: Muppets Most Wanted

"YoU foRGoT ABoUt ThIs OnE!" Let us know if we forgot any other memes that can be found on Disney+.

 

Mike is a writer that has covered comic cons, theme park events, video game showcases and other fun events. He is a fan of theme parks, sports, movies, Marvel Comics and is a self-proclaimed “nerd.”

 

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