Random News: Disney Villains

Hello Lovely Readers,

As I have mentioned several times on the blog, I often have a soft spot in my heart for villains. Now this doesn’t necessarily mean that I agree with them or even like them, but I think they are interesting! So I was very excited to stumble across several Buzzfeed articles about the Disney Villains, and thought I would share them with you! The first is a wonderfully comprehensive list of 54 Frightening Facts You Didn’t Know About Disney Villains. It covers many of the classics and some of the modern Disney movies. Some of it is about the ideas behind the villains, the voice actors, who the characters could have been, and so much more.
The next fine was a list of the 12 Greatest Villain Songs. I really loved this list as I do not watch many musicals anymore, but I still love the old Disney ones. Also they included my favorite, one of the songs that I listen to still now, Hellfire by the Count Frollo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Although I knew pretty much all the songs on the list (and all the words!).

The third find was a wonderful art collection that looks at Good vs. Evil in the Disney films. The artwork is really amazing and such a unique way to combine the heroines and the villains!

Artwork by J. Scott Campbell can be found http://j-scott-campbell.deviantart.com/

Lastly, there is a fun quiz to find out who your inner Disney Villain is! I was happy to find out apparently I am really Maleficent! While I think the quiz could have been a little bit more veiled about which response went with which villain, it was still a fun 5 min!

So how do you guys feel about villains, especially Disney villains? Who is your favorite?

Until next time,


About Lynne

I am currently a PhD student of Forensic Psychology, which may explain the off mix of extremely morbid books sitting next to children’s books. Hailing from the Midwest in the United States of America, I have now lived in England for over 2 years (which will explain any strange grammar usage). From a very young age, my parents cultivated a love of reading, and never restricted what I read. When I reached middle school I began reading Shakespeare (a lifelong love affair), but had also discovered the wonders of young adult fiction. While the world may now expect me to read books more reflective of my age, I have fought this and am a strong supporter of the YA novel! Despite having very little free time, I still sets aside time for a reading every evening, and listens to books on my way to University. I dream of one day being a published novelist and published scientist!

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