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The Disney villains can be described using many different adjectives: diabolical, evil, calculated, and malicious. Artist Andrew Tarusov, notorious for his recent Cartoon Characters That Got Old collection, wants to add the word "offensive" to that list, but not for the reason you think. Tarusov has drawn the Classic female Disney antagonists as seductive pin-up girls. For your consideration, Andrew Tarusov's Sexy Disney Scoundrels:

Maleficent: The Flirtatious Fairy

Andrew Tarusov
Andrew Tarusov

Maleficent, the Dark Fairy from Sleeping Beauty, has been reimagined many times since her original screen performance in 1959. She's always stood out in people's memories for her astonishing magical powers. Now, she has the power of seduction on her side, and she'll show you where she wants your spindle prick.

Lady Tremaine: The Victorian Vixen

Andrew Tarusov
Andrew Tarusov

Typically being a reserved yet cunning character, Lady Tremaine, from Cinderella, is silently manipulative in every one of her escapades. Although she constantly belittled Cinderella for her lack of fashionable clothes to fit the occasion, she apparently has no issue taking those clothes off.

Ursula: The Charming Cephalopod

Andrew Tarusov
Andrew Tarusov

Ursula, from The Little Mermaid, may not have been the most enchanting creature "Under the Sea", but in this rendering, she is anything but. She may have referred to herself as "nasty", but in this form she's giving Vanessa a run for her money. If you ask nicely, she'll be more than willing to help your "Poor Unfortunate Soul" in anyway you ask.

Cruella De Vil: The Animalistic Allurer

Andrew Tarusov
Andrew Tarusov

Cruella De Vil, from 101 Dalmatians may be an animal lover in the loosest sense of the word, but that just means she likes it "ruff". This interpretation of her may still stay true to the song that said "she's like a spider waiting for the kill", and she's a black widow waiting for her prey.

The Queen of Hearts: The Scarlet Seductress

Andrew Tarusov
Andrew Tarusov

The Queen of Hearts, from "Alice in Wonderland", may have a psychotic streak to her personality, but everyone is mad where she's from. If you're obedient to her commands, she might just invite you to her private croquet party and show you how mad she can be.

See the full collection on Andrew's Website by Clicking Here.

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