When you’re young, you love Disney films for their heroes and the happy endings. When you grow older, you remember these films thanks to the villains, and how they almost made it.
Jafar From Aladdin
A beard that screams ‘I’m Evil!’, despite the nice looking parrot on his shoulder. Art by Katikut.
Captain Hook From Peter Pan
Always kind of misunderstood in my book. Getting your hand gobbled up by a crocodile and not being able to see your own blood will always drive a man insane. Art by TenshinoSekai.
Cruela De Vil From 101 Dalmatians
With a name like Cruela, it’s not like she had any choice. Art by The-Hand. Two more by this artist below:
Syndrome (The Incredibles)
What a hero’s shun turns you into.
Maleficent From Sleeping Beauty
Mistress of all evil. There’s no need to add on to that.
Frollo From The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Disney version is pure evil, unlike the anti-hero depiction in the novel, but in general, this is religious hypocrisy at its purest form. Art by dotsweare.
Kaa From the Jungle Book
In the books, Kaa is actually a mentor to Mowgli. In the film, he just tries to eat him. Art by kenket.
Shere Khan From the Jungle Book
Like Kaa, is quite different in the movie. A little more evilish, a little less deep. Like with every movie. Art by hellraptor.
Scar From the Lion King
I don’t know if Scar is so evil for his ambition and action or is it just a perception because of Jeremy Iron’s voice. Art by kathrynlayno.
Ursula From the Little Mermaid
Sea witch. Say nothing more. Art by krhart.