Coco's New Monster Explained

  • Published on Sep 19, 2017
  • Disney Pixar released a new trailer for their upcoming movie Coco last week! Today J dives into the world of the dead to uncover the crazy background of the mysterious Tiger-Ram-Eagle-Iguana monster seen chasing Miguel!
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  • Admiral Huggs
    Admiral Huggs 2 days ago

    Tengo que atraparlos a todos does not mean got to catch them all for one thing tengo que means I have what. Did you use google translate? Because it isn’t very good at its job I recommend word reference

  • Ari Lopez
    Ari Lopez 4 days ago +1

    Brush this isn't a monster this a kinda like a spirit animal I don't think it has a word in Spanish but it refers to "espiritural animal del vino" meaning spiritual animal of wine it may sound weird but these animals are special coming from Mexico their is a legend behind these unique animals which are animals people in Mexico (maybe other Latin American countries) but these animals are legendary and originated from Mexico "brinda" if you don't know about the Mexican culture than don't make videos about my country calling these animals a "monster" when the legend says "if an animal dies their spirit will still live and will only be seen by those who believe" honestly if this was a monster people from Mexico would not even celebrate the day where they honor the dead animals out their that we still need

    • Ari Lopez
      Ari Lopez 4 days ago

      Meant to say I don't think the phrase doesn't have a word in English people usually just say it in Spanish so

  • I Spit-on-u
    I Spit-on-u 5 days ago

    This dude was making dad jokes even before he was a dad lol

  • Montserrat Elechiguerra Chávez

    J, your spanish is NOT that bad but yep it does need work.

  • Ian Black
    Ian Black 16 days ago

    A tiger grizzly shark

  • cat ferns
    cat ferns 20 days ago


  • Phoebe Congloebe
    Phoebe Congloebe 24 days ago

    He looks like a combination of the tiger from The Croods and the Tamatoa from Moana

  • Mark Antonio
    Mark Antonio 28 days ago

    3:48 Alejibres

  • Daniel Morales-Sanchez

    hey i'm part mexican and it's pronounced ALEBRIJES!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • TheWingedAngels55
    TheWingedAngels55 Month ago

    My Animal Combination Is A Lion Mixed with a Deer and Also a Bat and a Horse

  • Uncle Pockets
    Uncle Pockets Month ago

    Coco is Hector’s daughter not wife, the Alebrije belongs to Mama Imelda, Hector’s wife

  • Uncle Pockets
    Uncle Pockets Month ago

    Coco is Hector’s daughter not wife, the Alebrije belongs to Mama Imelda, Hector’s wife

  • Joan Joestar
    Joan Joestar Month ago

    Bolsillomon! That sounds so genial xD I would totally buy that. Specially because it's something made in Mexico and sounds original and funny too, contrary to many other Mexican things that just try to copy foreign concepts and adapt them to Spanish language xD but seriously. I think alebrijes has such potential it could easily inspire and spawn a wide array of media, if only my people weren't so short sighted and had more of a business mind. I mean. Overexploitation of a concept to the point of getting sick of it is so common here! But if they just morphed the concept to make different presentations. Well, that would be a completely different way of explotation that wouldn't get old so fast.. Just think of the groot potted plants... Only made in cdmx and exported all over the country in the same format and without any formality, only sold on the streets, what kind of business model is that? Someone intelligent would be doing all sorts of pots for plants of various sizes and with various functions. Lights , fountains, pajareras, whatever, but.nope. Just sell the same thing until people get sick of it Fc also. Thank you for the history lesson! Another fail of my country, never actually teaching interesting origin stories like these that can give us insight on how things fail and new ideas to make them better. Your puns are so funny too xD

  • Martian Argonaut
    Martian Argonaut Month ago

    PIXAR THEORY: Doug is an "Alibrije"

  • Bernadette Mendoza
    Bernadette Mendoza Month ago

    The traditional nickname for José is "Pepe," and the latter's diminutive is "Pepito." "Pepita" is the female equivalent. It just translates to English as "little Josephine."

  • The Arty Trashcan
    The Arty Trashcan Month ago

    I watched this during my Spanish lesson at school and when my teacher was telling us about alebrije

  • Chek Parker
    Chek Parker Month ago

    The Aztecs had guides, mostly former pets, when they died. So that probably had an influence on that as well.

  • Noah Hart
    Noah Hart Month ago +1

    I can't beLEAVE you made these puns!

  • Noah Hart
    Noah Hart Month ago +1

    What about Juniper???

  • Nic Niggemeyer
    Nic Niggemeyer Month ago

    "I'm sorry... Mexico." XD

  • Melissa McGill
    Melissa McGill Month ago

    XD so funny.

    JOSELYN IBARRA Month ago

    Am I the only one that got offended by them calling pepita a monster ??

  • HappyFellowship Mc
    HappyFellowship Mc 2 months ago

    Mexican pokemon

  • Tatum Knox
    Tatum Knox 2 months ago

    Lion, eagle, dog 🐶🐤🐆

  • iforgot myname
    iforgot myname 2 months ago

    I’m here cause my teacher told me to watch this 😪

  • Berenice Martinez
    Berenice Martinez 2 months ago

    I’m from Mexico and I really really like how you speak Spanish! Love the Coco movie and the good representation of my culture and the feelings we have in Día de los muertos.

  • Karolína Blunárová
    Karolína Blunárová 2 months ago

    He said alejribes once instead of alebrijes 😂😂 also I'm dead english speaking people really can't speak spanish. aLeBriHeYs lol
    Edit he also said alejibres instead of alebrijes

  • Shawn Siler
    Shawn Siler 2 months ago

    Isn't Oaxaca more like a state or territory and not a city

  • JB Studios
    JB Studios 2 months ago

    Looks more like a griffin

  • Farrah Zakaria
    Farrah Zakaria 2 months ago

    I like the series of legend quest and the movie coco I’m not Mexican but I like Mexican shows legend quest also tells you how to pronounce alebrije

  • Kaleigh Fisher
    Kaleigh Fisher 2 months ago

    I dont want to be rude but you did pronounce a lot of the words wrong

  • Prior2Popular
    Prior2Popular 2 months ago

    Them puns!!! 🤣🤣🤣👌🏼👌🏼👏👏👏👏

  • Oliver Lisbygd Fischer-Rasmussen

    Where did you buy that t-shirt??? LGM

  • The Real Sauce Hot Mamba

    4:48 the best pun's of all time😂😂

  • pixelpyrus
    pixelpyrus 2 months ago

    Its an Alebrije.

  • dappy the dapper raptor

    this was no where close

  • Virginia Watts
    Virginia Watts 3 months ago

    I have a theory of why there are alebrijes in a movie that is based on the celebration of "day of the dead" When Pedro had his fever dream he could have theoretically travelled to the 'land of the dead' (since he was so close to death himself) were he saw the alebrijes and that is why Disney included them They must have had the same theory or idea

  • André / Pyroghoul
    André / Pyroghoul 3 months ago

    I guess JK Rowling only had to look to Mexico to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

  • me me big boy
    me me big boy 3 months ago

    When J said the proffreser oak joke i said frankling

  • Rebecca Jensen
    Rebecca Jensen 3 months ago

    Woddy's eyes are bothering me... On the back shelf... It's creepy...

  • Erbium Iodine Carbon
    Erbium Iodine Carbon 3 months ago +1

    I, as a half Spanish, feel kinda raped.

  • that fit Asian
    that fit Asian 3 months ago +1

    That’s my son
    3:06 that’s mama coco

  • kitsuthreads
    kitsuthreads 3 months ago +3

    Pepita reminds me of the giant jungle saber-tooth cat from "The Croods." Like it could be the kitten before being Pepita!!!

  • Cindy Helms
    Cindy Helms 3 months ago +1

    One, J, I _knew_ you looked familiar, my sister used to *always* watch those Pokeémon videos but... never played any of the freaking games herself...! (However I will be giving it a subscribe in a moment.)
    And, as for the question, a Wolf with.... either butterfly or Owl Wings... or both.

  • TonyCheeseComics
    TonyCheeseComics 3 months ago

    you pronunciation of alebrije was actually almost correct.

  • Khara Brown
    Khara Brown 3 months ago +2

    The guy who created alejibres was probably so sick that he could have died and came back to life. The alejibres could have been protecting him while he was sick, followed him into the afterlife to make sure he crossed over safely, and would ward away evil spirits. That might also explain why everyone else had alejibres except the people who were being forgotten. Maybe being forgotten was their final resting place and was actually them reaching "The other side" and not in limbo. The alejibres stick around until then. The man could have witnessed a glimpse all the different 'animals' before he was revived. Thus bringing back with him the images, and Disney using them in association with El Dia de Los Muertos.

  • Chase Curran
    Chase Curran 3 months ago +1

    stop the puns

  • R A
    R A 3 months ago

    So is Pepita basically a type of Trico?

  • Cadence Pastor
    Cadence Pastor 3 months ago

    I already watched Coco

  • Mega Morg07
    Mega Morg07 3 months ago

    7 bad puns later

    DICK BUTTESON 3 months ago

    dude, i'm pretty sure that the creature is the jaguar god of the underworld, or the night sun, which is an ancient Mayan god, so............

  • Opalescent artist
    Opalescent artist 3 months ago

    The animals I would mix would be goat, whale, owl, tiger, and iguana

  • Gautier Milewski
    Gautier Milewski 3 months ago

    Now I want to see what a Grizzly-Eagle-Shark or a Giraffalent would look like as Alebrijes!

  • Derpy PotatoFox
    Derpy PotatoFox 4 months ago

    It lookes like a manticore

  • Nicole Scott
    Nicole Scott 4 months ago

    Do one on why they call it coco plz

  • goofyfoxgirl fun
    goofyfoxgirl fun 4 months ago

    you should carve a grizzly eagle shark alebrije

  • RRRandom TTThoughts
    RRRandom TTThoughts 4 months ago

    8:10 when he says alehebres instead of alebrije

  • Stelar Goose
    Stelar Goose 4 months ago

    4:10 dude, I have Hispanic origin, and my parents (from Mexico) are staring at me like I am watching a history video on Mexico by a crazy guy 🤣😂

  • imaginaryobserver
    imaginaryobserver 4 months ago

    It would long, like a snake; furry, like a cat; able to swim and float.
    *... I think that's an otter...*

  • Amelia Garcia
    Amelia Garcia 4 months ago

    The name Josefa (women’s version of José) turns into Pepa (don’t ask me why) and then they use the diminutive “ita” to make Pepita which is a name that comes from another and so it does not mean seed. The noun pepita does mean seed but it hasn’t got anything to do with the monster’s name, although it’s funny to think of it in that way.

  • Nathan Field
    Nathan Field 4 months ago

    hamer head shark ,bunny and rino

  • Aidan Doonan
    Aidan Doonan 4 months ago


  • Emiliano Balu
    Emiliano Balu 4 months ago

    go to 1:07 and pause

  • Theresa Merithew
    Theresa Merithew 4 months ago

    lion wolf

  • marinus18
    marinus18 4 months ago

    I do hope they will make more cultural movies like this soon. Culture is defusing more and more.

  • ThatKidDownTheBlock
    ThatKidDownTheBlock 4 months ago

    Noooooooo!!!! Not the puns!!!!!!

  • Macaroni Cantaloupe
    Macaroni Cantaloupe 4 months ago

    Maybe when the dude was feverishly sick, he was pretty close to death, so the creators of Coco thought he saw the afterlife

  • kirarose
    kirarose 4 months ago


  • Nitin Charan
    Nitin Charan 4 months ago

    an owl a wolf and a cat

  • Lyn Mcc
    Lyn Mcc 4 months ago +1

    I hate you’re saping puns

  • LadyEvilest
    LadyEvilest 5 months ago

    Head cannon: In the Pixar universe, Pedro Linare actually traveled to the land of the dead where he saw the alebrijes and other strange sights. One of the customs officials caught him and said "Hey, you're not dead! You're just really sick!" And he got tossed back.

  • potterhead 20
    potterhead 20 5 months ago

    if I ever created an alebrije it would have the head of a wolf the body of a lion wings of a dragon and the tail of crocidile

  • Starry Pines
    Starry Pines 5 months ago

    I lost my mind watching your speculation. I've seen the movie multiple times and it's great.

  • Peyton Groth
    Peyton Groth 5 months ago

    You haven't talked about the Grizzly Eagle Shark in a while.

  • MineSpawn//Forestleap
    MineSpawn//Forestleap 5 months ago

    What creatures would I merge?
    I’m glad you asked.
    As you can see I am clearly very(not) creative.
    If I can’t merge those things....
    -Mountain Lion
    -Snow Leopard
    -Domestic Cat
    Happy now?

  • chelseafn10
    chelseafn10 5 months ago

    Where did you get the T Shirt??

  • Master Herobrine
    Master Herobrine 5 months ago

    I watched that movie recently
    I really cried especially in the last parts
    Very good movie

  • netokamukana
    netokamukana 5 months ago

    Actually the dog has a meaning too.Some God have the humans a loyal dog that will guide them afterlife. I read about it but I don't remember the whole story about that dog breed.

  • Mel Melodies
    Mel Melodies 5 months ago +1

    My alabrijes would probably be a Ram, Ocelot, and Snake with little Butterfly wings. FRICK I NEED TO DRAW THIS!

  • Mel Melodies
    Mel Melodies 5 months ago +1

    Your spirit guides would be the GrizzlyEagleShar,

  • Lyzaria Zennon
    Lyzaria Zennon 5 months ago

    I swear there's two spaces between "New" and "Monster" in the title

  • Kayla Ance
    Kayla Ance 5 months ago

    I seen it there Spirit guides and danta becomes one at the end. Pep Pita is Miguel's great great grandma's spirit guide and he ran away because the only way he could get back way to stop playing music so he when to find his great great grandpa and pep pita was helping to find him.
    If you have any other questions let me know I love this moive already watched it 4 times and at certain point I cried every time such a great and amazing movie. 😊
    This song has a small part of Pep pita and what she can do love the song too.

  • Mary D. Black
    Mary D. Black 5 months ago

    I think Pepita is actually the female version of Pepe that is a nickname for José, is a diminutive form of Pepito. But yes, Pepita can mean something like seed and we eat pepitas.

  • Mr Apple
    Mr Apple 5 months ago

    For alebrije, I would mix.. a lion, a koala and a pig. (Btw, those are my three favourite animals XD) But, yeah. I would love to have a live pet alebrije as what I said. ----^^ Nice vids, btw. Cya.

  • GabeGrapeJuice
    GabeGrapeJuice 5 months ago

    United states US

  • Good Biscuit
    Good Biscuit 5 months ago

    I’m Mexican and I found his attempts so funny!!! Besos y abrazos 🇲🇽

  • Teddy bear Loves
    Teddy bear Loves 5 months ago

    I have seen COCO all ready HA!!

  • Mizu Diastasi
    Mizu Diastasi 5 months ago

    I would use a dragon, ladybug, and cat

  • That Art Boi
    That Art Boi 5 months ago

    eal egil camilien monky turtal lion shark

  • Jackson Animates
    Jackson Animates 5 months ago

    In coco they described alebrijes as spirit guides and they guide spirits on their journey

  • je veuxmorte
    je veuxmorte 5 months ago

    pepita is no monster 😭

  • c00lmathguy Products
    c00lmathguy Products 5 months ago

    Pretty good spanish

  • Sue Y
    Sue Y 5 months ago

    Pepita is not Coco's alebrije. It's Victoria's. 2nd pepita means one who is nosy. Ask anyone who doesn't mind their own business. The first thing they're called is pepita or pepito.
    Anyway pepita was unable to be seen in the living world until the end when Victoria's picture is back on the ofrenda

  • David Burris
    David Burris 5 months ago

    Is Pepita not based off the Jaquinn, a winged jaguar seen in Alena of Avalor? That was my first thought.

  • Metall
    Metall 5 months ago

    Sweet, now if only a European culture would get this much respect... instead of just being exploited, commercialized, ridiculed, slandered and maligned... like always...

  • Victoria Hernandez
    Victoria Hernandez 6 months ago

    Cool I love you guys lol

  • Theresa Chickles
    Theresa Chickles 6 months ago

    you know who also craved wooden structures? the witch from brave, who in the Pixar theory is Boo... maybe she thought sully was her allebrije?

  • RectDie YT
    RectDie YT 6 months ago

    Spanish lesson:Manuel Jimenez in America would sound like Manuel Himenez