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  • Disney Villains: A Portrait Of Evil: History's Wickedest Luminaries (Hardcover)

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    Universe: Disney
    Authors: Pat Shand, and Justin Hernandez
    Published by: Insight Editions

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Product Description

Learn the darkest secrets of the most infamous Disney villains!

This gruesome grimoire collects the deepest secrets and darkest spells of dastardly Disney villains like Maleficent, Cruella de Vil, Ursula, Mother Gothel, and Prince Hans. Look behind doors and lift secret flaps to uncover the villains’ personal keepsakes and collectibles, including the incantation the Evil Queen summoned to poison Snow White’s apple and Doctor Facilier’s tarot cards.

Stunning Original Artwork: Lavishly filled with rich and moody never-before-seen illustrations of Disney villains.

The Evil Truth Behind Beloved Tales: Discover the stories and experiences that make each Disney villain uniquely evil.

Artifacts of Evil: Packed with interactive elements and keepsakes from their most devilish plots, Disney Villains: A Portrait of Evil puts the evidence of their wicked deeds right in the palm of your hand.

For Disney Villains fans of all ages: Girls and boys, or women and men, Disney Villains: A Portrait of Evil will delight fans of any age.

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Binding
  • Hardback
Cat. No.
  • 5116157
EAN
  • 978164722058751999
ISBN
  • 9781647220587