10 Of Your Favorite Disney Characters As Superheroes (And 10 As Villains)

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Reading about Disney character mashups is a fun way to waste a little time and let your imagination run wild; as these artists sure did. The amount of creativity and talent it took to make even one of these hybrids is rare. Once you view some of these renderings of your favorite Disney characters drawn as the superheroes and various villains we all grew up knowing, you’ll be blown away.

Graciously, we want to say thank you to all the people out there who put their pens, pencils and paint on paper to bring fantastic creations like these to life. Without the excellent artwork you see here today, articles like this don’t exist. Combining our favorite superheroes – and villains – with Disney characters is fun to consider. The results, as you’ll see, earn all of these entries an A+ in the end.

Fortunately for us, the internet is dripping with wildly vivid artwork of Disney characters as superheroes. Plus, there’s also every kind of villain you can dream up. Mashed together in this article you’ll see Stitch as Venom, and Spider-Man as Mickey. You’ll also see Princess Jasmine as Storm, and Snow White as Sith. The first drawing you’ll be astonished to see is as good as the last one so don’t you worry. Sit back and enjoy, you’re in the right place.

20. Princess Anna And Thor’s Hammer

Disney records provide us with a clear description of who Princess Anna is by saying, “unlike her older sister Elsa, Anna is optimistic, energetic, awkward, and generally far from elegant. She is also free-spirited and garnered an extrovert mentality after years of living within the confines of the castle gates and without her sister’s company. As a result, she is quick to make friends, and craves affection and companionship, though this can also act as her greatest flaw, as she can sometimes be too trusting towards strangers. This is an issue brought to attention with the introduction of the secretly malevolent Prince Hans.” Both characters, Anna and Thor, are from royalty. Anna sure does look cool with Thor’s trusted hammer in her hand’s too!

19. Disney’s Snow White As A Sith 

Were you hoping to see Snow White combined with the “dark side”? Good, here you go then. Star Wars Wiki reminds us of where the Sith Lord came from saying, “The term “Sith” originally referred to a species of aliens native to the planets Korriban and Ziost, who were later enslaved and ruled by exiled Dark Jedi from the Galactic Republic.” Wiki also adds that “the Sith was the most infamous of all dark side religions, and the members of the cult were often seen as the pinnacle of power on the dark side. Throughout their long history, the Sith commanded several Empires and initiated many galactic wars.” Talk about being from two different places, huh? That’s part of what makes this mashup so creative.

18. Donald Duck As Iron Man

Walt Disney once said, “One of the greatest satisfaction’s in our work here at the studio is the warm relationship that exists within our cartoon family. Mickey, Pluto, Goofy, and the whole gang have always been a lot of fun to work with. But like many large families, we have a problem child. You’re right; it’s Donald Duck.” Well, in his way Tony Stark, despite his genius, is a problem of his own. Both characters are known for doing what they want, aren’t they? There were plenty of options to choose from when it came to Disney characters drawn as Iron Man, but the one you see here was the best. Online, there wasn’t a better example of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck and Marvel’s Iron Man anywhere.

17. Mr. Incredible Combined With Captain America

Who better to combine with Marvel’s version of Mr. Incredible (Captain America) than Pixar’s version of Mr. Incredible (Mr. Incredible). That reads like a mouth full, doesn’t it? Regardless, this mashup between the two star-studded characters from totally different studios is pretty amazing, isn’t it? The Incredibles movie did well at the box office too, in case you were wondering? How well? 633 million USD at last count. It’s hard to put a figure on how much Captain America has made the Marvel franchise? What we do know, though, is that Steve Rogers came into existence in 1920. That’s a heck of a lot older than the mashup with this Disney character who’s only been around since 2004.

16. Tim Burton’s Sally As DC’s Poison Ivy

A quick search on Google will teach you that, “Poison Ivy is a fictional supervillain, and sometimes antiheroine, appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman. Created by Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff, the character made her first appearance in Batman #181 (June 1966).” Uma Thurman is the actress that’s played the role of Poison Ivy the best in recent memory. The only problem with her role playing the supervillain was that it took place in a Batman movie that bombed with fans everywhere. Shockingly, Batman movies had a run in the 90s that were unsuccessful, thus, making those movies easily forgettable. This drawing of Sally from the Nightmare Before Christmas and Poison Ivy isn’t, though, is it?

15. Princess Ariel Looks Great As The Black Widow

You can find several Disney character mashups online created by Isaiah Stephens. In all honesty, we probably could have used every single one of his depictions in this article, but that wouldn’t have been fair. He’s a talented artist, no doubt! None the less Mr. Stephen’s drawing of Princess Ariel as Marvel’s stunning Black Widow looks like it’s spot on. He did a superb job creating this character, and for the record, Ariel is the fourth inductee to the Disney Princess line-up. She’s “an independent, headstrong and determined young mermaid…she spends most of her time outside the palace walls of Atlantica singing, daydreaming, and adventuring..” The two characters couldn’t be more different, could they?

14. Pinocchio And Chucky?

Why not combine a Disney charter that’s a lying doll-like Pinocchio with another murdering doll like Chucky. There are all different types of villains, and some of the scariest are found in the movies we watched as kids. Wiki reports that “Chucky is the main antagonist of the Child’s Play horror film series. Chucky’s portrayed as a notorious serial killer whose spirit inhabits a fictional “Good Guy” doll and continuously tries to transfer his soul from the doll to a human body.” This drawing’s creepy, and we included it in this article because it’s unsettling. There’s something wrong with the idea of Pinocchio and Chucky morphing into one character. That’s two too many dolls to deal with.

13. Princess Jasmine Crossover As Storm

You knew Princess Jasmine had to be somewhere in the article today didn’t you? Well, you weren’t wrong. The 6th official Princess in the Disney Franchise is seen here looking awfully similar to Storm from Marvel’s, X-Men franchise doesn’t she? IMDb reminds us that Storm “was an orphan who lived as a thief in the streets of Cairo until she was found by Charles Xavier. Thus, she fights crime as Storm. In Africa, she is worshipped as a Goddess. She’s as well liked there as Spider-Man is in New York. Storm also has a severe case of claustrophobia which stems from when she was a girl in Africa; her home collapsed killing her parents. She was trapped in the rubble with her mother’s body basically on top of her. Some even say this is why her hair is white.”

12. Stitch As Venom

Fantastic way to begin an article filled to the brim with 10 Disney characters as superheroes and 10 Disney characters as villains don’t you agree? There have been a few Marvel characters who have been under the spell of the Venom Symbiotes. Wouldn’t it be cool to see it cross over to a Disney character? Every Venom character from Peter Parker to Eddic Brock has been stellar. How do you guys feel about this artist’s crossover of Venom and Stitch, then? Disney’s lovable character from 2002 was made famous in their animated film release Lilo and Stitch. The majority of people have seen the film, as well as Spider-Man, so mashing both of these characters together makes for a cool looking hybrid don’t you think?

11. Sully From Monsters Inc. As Wolverine

Disney Wiki tells us that “James P. “Sulley” Sullivan is the protagonist of the Disney/Pixar 2001 animated feature film, Monsters Inc., and the deuteragonist of the 2013 prequel.” They go on to say that “according to official sources, he is 7′ 6″ (228 cm), weighs 768 pounds (348 kg), and was born on August 17.” Now is it just me or does James P. Sullivan look like he’d be a bad ass with Wolverine’s claws and an Adamantium operation? After looking at this mashup, you will that’s for sure. It’s fun to think about, though, and even more entertaining to see in this crossover of the two characters. It’s definitely one of the coolest photos you’ll see of Disney characters combined with a superhero.

10. Daisy Duck As Maleficent 

Disney proclaims, “Maleficent is an evil fairy and the main antagonist of Disney’s 1959 animated feature film, Sleeping Beauty and the protagonist of the 2014 live-action film of the same name. Maleficent is an incarnation of pure evil, responsible for all misfortune in King Stefan’s kingdom.” If you were going to create a drawing of an evil fairy like her as a Disney character hybrid you probably wouldn’t think of using Daisy Duck, would you? Daisy’s far too sweet of a character to be reimagined as Maleficent, right? We’re there with you if you feel that way but that doesn’t make this artist’s drawing any less impressive. Daisy Duck as an evil fairy found its spot on the list of 10 Disney characters that look like villains.

9. Mickey Mouse Makes A Great Spider-Man

You can’t deny that this Disney character mashup with Marvel’s superhero Spider-Man isn’t epic? The detail in this example is insane, to say the least! Look at the buildings in the background? They play off of Mickey’s spider suit perfectly. I have no idea how something like this entry gets created, but I’m willing to admit it’s unreal. Let’s hope that Iron Man has shown up and updated Mickey with the new version of Peter Parker’s spider suit. If you haven’t seen Spider-Man Homecoming yet than you’ve surely seen the trailers? Not to say too much but Peter’s new suit is beyond cool, and the movie is sick as well.

8. Winnie The Pooh And Hellraiser… No Way!

Wikipedia the free encyclopedia reports that “Hellraiser is a British horror franchise that consists of ten films, a series of comic books, and additional merchandise and media. The franchise is based on the novella The “Hellbound Heart” by English author Clive Barker, who would go on to write and direct the adaptation of his story, titled Hellraiser. The films, as well as the comic book series, continually feature the Cenobite Pinhead.” Seeing Winnie the Pooh and his crew (Piglet, Eeyore, and Tigger) drawn perfectly as characters from the famous Hellraiser franchise makes you look twice, doesn’t it? The Hellraiser films haven’t been a big success, not like Winnie the Pooh movies, but this Disney Marvel hybrid makes up for it in spades.

7. Jane From Tarzan As Lara Croft From Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider starring the dazzling Angelina Jolie brought in $276 Million dollars in theaters all around the globe when it premiered in 2001. The creator of Lara Croft reveals in an interview in 2006 that Lara started off as a man but was later changed to a woman. Toby Gard said, “my initial design was a guy in some tombs,” he told The Guardian back in 2006. “But when I started doing proper designs the female character just worked better.” Fans of the movie agree, Angelina Jolie did make a better fit, and we can’t imagine the role being played by a male. Jane Porter from Tarzan in this Disney character mashup as Lara Croft is pretty neat, though, isn’t it? Jane comes in a close second to Angelina once seeing this crossover.

6. Princess Elsa Reimagined As Harley Quinn

Margot Robbie playing the role of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad was a bright spot in the movie. People all over the world were buzzing and acknowledged Robbie’s performance in the film as fantastic. Fans largely said without Margot the movie would have struggled more. When we found this particular Disney character mashup with DC’s villain Harley Quinn, we knew it would find a place in our article. Elsa may not get as much attention as Harley Quinn does but in this case who cares? The artists drawing of Princess Elsa is great, and that makes this Disney Princess the second entry from their animated film Frozen to make the list today. Elsa does make a good Harley Quinn don’t you think?

5. Scar From The Lion King As Darth Vader 

The Lion King is one of Disney’s most popular animated movies of all time. The film nearly earned 1 Billion dollars at the box office back in 1994. Star Wars has a cult-like following that’s almost scary too. It naturally made sense to Dennis Culver in 2014 to combine the two villains into one character. His results didn’t disappoint us, did they? His drawing is super creative and could take up any spot on our list today. Mr. Culver isn’t the only artist that made the list that used an animal and reimagined it as a villain. That doesn’t make this entry any less unique as you can see. Dennis did an excellent job implementing his idea mashing Disney’s character Scar and Darth Vader from the Star Wars franchise.

4. Johnny Blaze And Jack Skellington

Nicolas Cage playing the role as superhero Johnny Blaze in Marvel’s movie Ghostrider wasn’t a great choice. If you were disappointed with the movie than maybe you’ll enjoy this rendition of Tim Burton‘s Jack Skellington reimagined as Johnny Blaze. Did you know “The Nightmare Before Christmas originated in a poem written by Tim Burton in 1982, while he was working as a Disney animator”? “With the success of Vincent in the same year, Disney started to consider developing The Nightmare Before Christmas as either a short film or 30-minute television special. Over the years, Burton’s thoughts regularly returned to the project, and in 1990, Burton and Disney made a development deal.” Surprisingly, The Nightmare Before Christmas earned just $76 Million at the box office in 1993.

3. Disney Princess Fa Mulan As Wonder Woman

Mentalitch reveals some interesting facts about Princess Mulan that many of you readers may not know about her. The websites states that “Mulan is the title character of the 1998 film of the same name. She is the 8th Disney Princess, and the 2nd princess not to be based on a fairy tale character. Rather, she is based on a Chinese folk legendary figure Hua Mulan.” She really does look good as Wonder Woman in this Disney character mashup with one of our favorite superheroes, doesn’t she? This artist’s rendition is phenomenal and is a great treat for us mashup fans.

2. Princess Tiana Looks Scary As Candy Man

A quick look at Disney’s history tells us that “Princess Tiana was the first African-American princess in the Disney Princess franchise. Early in development, Tiana was originally called Maddy and worked as a chambermaid in the La Bouff household. However, public criticism eventually caused her character’s name to be changed to Tiana and her job, a waitress.” That’s a neat little factoid that most Disney fans don’t know about Disney’s 9th Princess. Tiana first appears in the movie The Princess And The Frog, which is a far cry from her slasher counterpart which first appeared in the 1992 horror film, Candyman; a scary flick which is based on the story “The Forbidden” by Clive Baker.

1. Rapunzel And Sailor Moon Could Be Twins

Are you enjoying looking at these artist’s hybrid Disney characters? There are some cool mashups in this article, aren’t there? In fact, there are several of Disney’s Rapunzel and Sailor Moon floating around that are pretty impressive. None better than the example you can see right here in this article, though! Have you ever seen “Sailor Moon” before? If not you should check it out! Here’s what Superheroes Wiki has to tell us about the show; their website states, “Sailor Moon is a magical girl superheroine and the main character of the manga and anime series of the same name.” Rapunzel is one Disney Princess that finds herself in a lot of different mashups, but this one happened to stand out.



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