mad mim


This is Mim. She blepin pretty hard.

I am allergic to cats. If you count Mad Madam Mim, who is technically a stray that comes and goes as she likes 8 have 4 cats. Claritin is a good thing.

Favorite Disney Villian

Madam Mim is like… AMAZING okay?

she can use magic and messes with Merlin. EQUAL TO HIM.

plus, her dialogue’s outstanding.

you can recognize her look and voice ANYWHERE

and then just does some crazy and epic batting with Merlin like…


she’s cheeky as HECK.

and her animation is SO ECCENTRIC like you can see the MAD in mad madam mim.

 I need more characters like her. she’s like the girl version of the Cheshire cat.

Or Alice, she can be either or, which makes her that much cooler.

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she’s a little cheat too, lol!

she reminds me of myself when I’m trying to wake up right here XD especially when you just don’t want to get up lol

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she’s a delight to watch too!!!

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super animated and jumpy.


And that’s why Mad Madame Mim is my favorite Disney villainess.

disregardandfelicity  asked:

Hi! Can you help me find the fic where Wanda accidentally sends Steve and Bucky to another universe. She gets them back but 20 yrs passed for them. They had no memory from before they were sent to that world so they had invented their own language and culture. Steve scarred himself to mimic Buckys arm. Natasha says something like they had to invent how to be human. They have to relearn English and basic things like names. Steve took to it more than Bucky. In the end they regain their memories.

I think you’re looking for this one!

Every Tree That is Pleasant by spitandvinegar (restricted)

“As near as we can figure,” Tony said, “we had two incredibly ridiculous things happen at once. The first was Cap and murderbot activated a device that was sort of the juiced-up remote version of the thing that they used to scramble Barnes’ brains back in the day. The second is that Mad Madame Mim here panicked and tried to get the universe to move them out of the room, and instead accidentally sent them to outer space.”

“To another dimension,” said Wanda, as if that was the point that made all the difference.


The Sword in the Stone

103 in x of animated feature film history
Release: Dec. 25th, 1963
Country: USA
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman

“The Sword in the Stone is the 18th Disney animated feature film, and it the final animated film to be released before Walt Disney’s death. The songs in the film were written and composed by the Sherman Brothers, who later wrote music for other Disney films like Mary Poppins (1964), The Jungle Book (1967), The Aristocats (1970), and Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971).

After years of warring, England can’t agree on a new ruler. A mysterious sword appears, which claims that whoever can pull the sword from its stone will become king. After no one can do it, the test is forgotten. Many years later, Arthur––a measly servant knave known as Wart––dreams of becoming a knight, but is barely certain he may act as squire to castle lord Sir Ector’s son Kay; then, the sorcerer Merlin and his grumpy, talking owl Archimedes invite themselves to the castle and move into its dilapidated north tower. Merlin, who can magically access the future, intends to give Wart a proper education. They transform themselves into animals, face dangerous situations, and battle the Mad Madam Mim. In the end, Arthur accidentally finds the forgotten sword in the stone and becomes king.

The film is based on the novel of the same name, which was first published in 1938 as a single novel. It was later republished in 1958 as the first book of T. H. White’s tetralogy The Once and Future King.

Walt Disney first obtained the film rights to The Sword in the Stone in 1939, and the initial storyboards were produced in 1949. When work on One Hundred and One Dalmatians was completed in 1960, two projects were in development, which were Chanticleer and The Sword in the Stone. The former was developed by Ken Anderson and Marc Davis who aimed to produce a feature animated film in a more contemporary setting. Both of them had visited the Disney archives, and decided to adapt the satirical tale into production upon glancing at earlier conceptions dating back to the 1940s. Anderson, Davis, Milt Kahl, and director Wolfgang Reitherman spent months preparing elaborate storyboards for Chanticleer. When the time came to approve one of the two projects, Walt replied to Anderson’s pitch with ‘Just one word—shit!’

Meanwhile, work on The Sword in the Stone were solely done by veteran story artist Bill Peet. After Disney had seen the 1960 Broadway production of Camelot, he approved the project to enter production. Peet recalled ‘how humiliated [the other team was] to accept defeat and give in to The Sword in the Stone…They never understood that I wasn’t trying to compete with them, just trying to do what I wanted to work. I was the midst of all this competition, and with Walt to please, too.’

This was the first Disney animated feature made under a single director. Previous features were directed by either three or four directors, or by a team of sequence directors under a supervising director. The man hired for the job was veteran animator Wolfgang Reitherman, who would direct all of the Disney features up until the 1980’s.

Although Disney never knew it, he himself was Bill Peet’s model for Merlin. Peet saw them both as argumentative, cantankerous, but playful and very intelligent. Peet also gave Merlin Walt’s nose. This was the second instance in which Walt unknowingly served as model for a wizard, the first being the wizard Yensid from the Sorcerer’s Apprentice in Fantasia (1940). 

For the voice of Merlin, director Wolfgang Reitherman estimated that seventy actors read for the part, but “none evidenced that note of eccentricity that we were seeking. We wanted Merlin to be eccentric but not hokey.” At the same time, Karl Swenson was initially cast for Archimedes, but the filmmakers decided to cast him instead as Merlin. Rickie Sorensen, who had voiced young Arthur, entered puberty during production, which forced the older Reitherman to cast his sons, Richard and Robert, to replace him.

The Sword in the Stone was a financial success at the box office and became the sixth highest-grossing film of 1963. However, it received mixed reviews from critics, who thought it had too much humor and a ‘thin narrative.’”



Can we please give Belle some friends beside Rumple. Like the new people from the Land of Lost stories would be great.

Here’s a list of characters that would befriend Belle and Rumple.

  1. Anita- (101 Dalmatians)-They’d start a small book club. it would be adorable.
  2. Eric(Phantom of the Opera)- Belle just attracts men that have a flair for theatrics. Eric’s the kind of extra that drops chandeliers on people.
  3. Adam and his wife(Frankenstein’s monster and his bride)- They could go on double dates and it would be cute.(Don’t lie)
  4. Mad Madame Mim- (Sword in the stone)uh more of Rumple’s friend(And I’d love to see this character as a real person)
  5. Mina Harper and Johnathon- (Dracula) They could go on double dates as well.
  6. Ichabod Crane- (Sleepy Hollow) - Again I think just Rumple’s friend.

If you can think of any other character that would join Belle French’s squad just at them in the comments.

The signs as Disney antagonists

♈ Aries: mad madam mim

♉ Taurus: Experiment 625

♊ Gemini: Hans

♋ Cancer: Hades

♌ Leo: Gaston

♍ Virgo: The evil queen (snow white)

♎ Libra: Cruella De vil

♏ Scorpio: Maleficent

♐ Sagittarius: Clayton

♑ Capricorn: Jafar

♒ Aquarius: Ursula

♓ Pisces: Captain Hook

  1. Glendower  – The Legend of the Sword
  2. Picnic And Beehive Chase
  3. Blue – True Love’s Kiss
  4. Orla – Perfect Isn’t Easy
  5. 300 Fox Way – Friends On The Other Side
  6. Gansey – Part of Your World
  7. Onward And Upward
  8. Cabeswater – Colors of the Wind
  9. Adam – Go The Distance
  10. Kavinsky – Hakuna Matata
  11. Ronan – I Won’t Say I’m In Love // A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
  12. Aurora’s Return
  13. Gwenllian – Mad Madam Mim
  14. Noah – Human Again // Healing Incantation
  15. That’s What Friends Are For
  16. Finale/True Love’s Kiss


Huh? Who? What?! What?!….The Sword in the Stone is my favorite movie from the Disney xerox era and Archimedes is most likely the main reason I feel that way (also Mad Madame Mim).  I think he might be my spirit animal…

My first inktober!  I doubt I’m gonna fit one in everyday along with all the Hobbit Halloween pieces I want to do, but I’ll do my best ^_^