Brian May, the lead guitarist of the legendary band Queen, shared a fan artwork of himself on his official Instagram page and the picture was in Les Diableries format and May also revealed his opinion about the Pixar movie Coco and The Day of the Dead.

Les Diableries is the title of a series of stereoscopic pictures published in Paris during the 1860s. Photographs commonly portray sculpted clay vignettes that depict scenes of daily life in hell.

When Les Diableries is about hell, Dia de Muertos, also known as The Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday that involves family and friends gathering to pray for and remember those who have died and it stands as a day of celebration rather than a mourning day.

Disney movie Coco is about a 12-year-old boy named Miguel and the story takes place in The Day of the Dead. Miguel accidentally transports himself to the Land of the Dead and the story begins. The movie is the first one to feature all-Latino principal cats.

Brian May recently posted fan art on his official Instagram page and his fan drew him as a skeleton holding his guitar, and a moonlight behind him. While sharing this incredible picture, May also revealed that he always wanted to be in Les Diableries, and since his look in the picture is similar to those in The Day of the Dead, May stated that his look would be on the top.

Here is what May said:

“Devilments! Diableries! Contemplating Halloween 2020, I was bewitched by this beautiful artwork by Sarah Rugg —- yes, I always wanted to be IN the Diableries. Now I am enjoying my virtual status here, my core skeletal frame revealed through my transparent skin, my soul coaxing sounds out of a ghostly guitar. My ghoul is cool. In the Dia de Los Muertos, I will top the bill!” 

Since May mentioned The Day of the Dead, he also talked about an animation movie about it, Coco. May praised the movie and stated that it is the most underrated Pixar movie ever.

Here is what May said about Coco:

“By the way… If you have not yet seen the most emotionally stirring Day of the Dead movie EVER – you MUST see ‘COCO.’ Trust me – this is the most underrated PIXAR film EVER. You will cry – tears of joy – I promise! See it! Bri.”

You can see the Instagram post below.