It’s theHunchblog third year of reviewing Hunchback versions. And for the occasion I have decided to release my very first Hunchback eBook.

The Hunchback  & The Tales of Christmas J.E. Nalbandian Quasimodo picture image

The Hunchback &
The Tales of Christmas

I have been wanting to write something Hunchback related  for a while but I never had any good ideas. Over the last few months, I have thought up a few good ideas but with the Holidays coming, I decided to write a short Christmas Story centered around  Quasimodo. Then I decided to write two more short stories about Frollo and Phoebus. I call it very simply, The Hunchback & The Tales of Christmas. I’m very happy I finally wrote an eBook.

You can get for $0.99 by clicking the button below or the picture above;




I hope you guys enjoy it ^^ and please continue to support theHunchblog in 2014.


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Notre Dame De Paris

Since I took a survey of Architecture once in college this clearly makes me an expert in the subject. Every Monday in September the Hunchblog is going to look at the building behind the book Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral.

Quaismodo and Hugo Disney Hunchback of Notre Dame picture image

Quaismodo and Hugo Disney Hunchback of Notre Dame

I have decided that for the rest of the summer to suspended posting on Fridays Saturdays, and Sundays. So this means no more Fan-Art Fridays or Silly Sundays, or random Notre Dame de Paris stuff on Saturdays for a little while. I have been feeling burnt out for a while and feel the need for a slight break. I hope this break will allow me to get back on track with some better content as I’ve felt that my posts of late are  have been lower quality than I would like.

That’s right you get to pick again. Which version out of these six would  you like to see get ripped a new or praised to some degree but mostly over analyzed to the point of madness?

This poll expires in 2 weeks (July 8th 2013). So Vote!

Which Version should be reviewed next?

Which Version should be reviewed next?

What should be reviewed next?

  • The 1982 Version (38%, 9 Votes)
  • The 1977 version (21%, 5 Votes)
  • The Madeline's Great Adeventure Episode (17%, 4 Votes)
  • The Secret of the Hunchback (13%, 3 Votes)
  • Enchanted Tales (8%, 2 Votes)
  • The Tim Conrad Graphic Novel (4%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 24

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Note –  Notre Dame de Paris will be reviewed at some point just not ready for it.

This is my 50oth Post and you know Quasimodo is going to Party.

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Quasimodo celebrates the Hunchblog’s 500th post


The Hunchblog is 2 years old today. So to celebrate it I thought I would do a little retrospective. As of this post this post number 494. I have been posting every day since April 2012. Which has been tough. I use theme days to keep me on track but can be hard to come up with new, interesting and fun content. But I do enjoy blogging about the Hunchback even if sometimes I get burned out.

To date I have covered the 1939 version, the Disney version, the Disney Sequel, Der Glockner von Notre Dame, the Disney park show, the 1923 version, and I just finished the Jetlag version.  So that is 7 versions in 2 years. My approach is to look at the adapations  from my different angles like reviewing the character, costumes, production, etc. It’s provides a lot of great content and I think it’s makes for a better blog.


So what has been my favorite version that I have reviewed so far and what has been my  least favorite? 

Well my least favorite to review was 1923 version. I just found it really boring and hard to watch. And the ironic thing is it’s a really well regarded version so that made it tougher since there was a lot to cover.

I have two favorites the Disney sequel and Der Glöckner von Notre Dame. I really enjoyed reviewing the Sequel because it’s so bad that I got to be mean and silly and that was really fun. And with Der Glöckner von Notre Dame it was fun because it was great compromise between the Disney version and the book so I enjoyed reviewing it, plus a lot of stuff for these two versions I covered with the Disney version so it made it a bit easier.

So of my 494 posts, which post are my favorites?

Not really that surprisingly it been my posts on costumes. Mainly my rant of red Esmeralda costumes, my defense of Esmeralda’s green costume in Notre Dame de Paris, and the 1923 costumes. I also like  the let’s get superficial look at Esmeralda and the  Notre Dame de Paris/Pokemon fan-art. I really had fun matching Pokemon to the NDdP character’s personalities.   I also liked my post on how popularity impacts accuracy and  the a how bad the romance was in the Disney sequel.

So with all the theme days I do which one is the hardest to do weekly?

Without a doubt it’s Silly Sunday. It’s very hard to think up ideas that are one, fairly silly and two, I can pull off. I tend to do a lot photoshop images because it’s hard to come  Hunchback jokes and most of the hunchback jokes out there are not that funny. But I enjoy it most of the time. Some of my favorite Silly Sunday posts are;

Mario Kart,

Vaudeville to toll booth 

The Grinch as Frollo

Frollo and anime cats

Frollo’s guide to  seduction  

Frenchman Quasi

Frollo as teacher

NDdP hats

Frollo as Slendy 

I want to thank  everyone who has visited the Hunchblog and I hope to improve  and hopefully keep this blog going another 2 years or more.