Hi, i’m here to put down a compilation of interesting details of Villainous from what I could see.
It is too much to say that english isn’t my main lenguaje so please, be polite
Ok, to begin, there’s a blueprint of Dementia in the first episode:
I guess it can be a robot version, right?
“Don’t try to run - BH”:
I love the way those Black hat look at each other in shock when Dementia makes appear the bara Black Hat:
lil dufus Black Hat eating the same sandwich that Flug create:
In other chapter there’s a poster of what I think is a cat with a paperbag, like Dr. Flug:
it’s obvious that his eye got blanc:
there’s a cerberus-look-like ghost
You can think there’s not much to see, but then they change the scene toward Dementia and 505, when they put Black Hat again:
the blackboard changes…
In this short you can see that Black Hat is obviously obsessed with hats (or, that they reprecent him), then again, besides of the knight armor with Undine’s hair, suit design and tophat, there’s a medieval shield with a dragon with tophat AND A BUTT HERO in the wall
Black Hat’s house have a crashed plane
the same crashed plane that you can see in Dr. Flug shirt all the time:
Ok, it can be not the same but it looks like it
In this scene, if you are careful enough, can ear the “crack” sound of something
I guess it’s Black Hat’s neck, because he turns around his head AND THEN, his whole body
The Ladies of Shipwrecked Present: Vintage Disney Villains!
We had so much fun on our Gotham Sirens shoot earlier this year that we wanted to do it again, only this time embodying our very favorite evil Disney ladies. Thanks again to our resident photographer/photo editor David Cater and his lovely wife Genevieve Swords for helping us bring Ursula, Cruella, and Maleficent to life in this way! Who shall we vintage-ify next? Only time will tell, you poor, unfortunate souls!
"So, who broke it? I'm not mad, I just want to know."
"I did! I broke it Mr. J!"
"No, no you didn't. Ed?"
"Don't look at me. Look at Harvey!"
"What? I didn't break it."
"Huh, that's weird. How'd you even know it was broken?"
"Because it's sitting right in front of us, and it's broken."
"No it's not."
"If it matters, probably not but, Selina was the last one to use it."
"Lier! I don't even drink that crap!"
"Oh really? What were you doing by the coffee cart earlier?"
"I use the wooden stirs to push back my cuticles. Everyone knows that, John!"
"Alright, let's not fight. I broke it, let me pay for it, puddin'."
"No! Who broke it?!"
"Joker, Ivy's been awfully quiet-"
"Oh my god!"
*all fighting in the background*
"I broke it. It burnt my hand so I punched it. I predict ten minutes from now, they'll be at each other's throats with war paint on their faces and a pig head on a stick. Good. It was getting a little chummy around here."
Ursula is the best Disney villain. She doesn’t do what she does to take over a kingdom, she just does it cause she enjoys it and happens to get a chance to do it to the daughter of a king she doesn’t like. And what is the thing she does? Use poorly constructed contracts to trap mermaids and turn them into worm people for her worm people garden. Not slaves or anything useful like furniture, just sad worm people that sit in her house and be sad. What a bizarrely specific form of chaos