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These Polly Pocket-Themed Disney Villain Lairs Are So Impressive

The Toy Zone converted Captain Hook's lair into a Polly Pocket home.
The Toy Zone

Sure, people love Disney princesses, but for every person who has a soft spot for Ariel, there’s someone else who loves Ursula. If you’re one of those people, these Polly Pocket-themed Disney villain lairs are going to be one of the coolest things you see on the internet today.

These replicas of the classic villain lairs come from The Toy Zone, an editorial and review site based around, well, toys. The site teamed up with CGI artist Jan Koudela to turn the tiny homes into mini versions of the dwellings of famous Disney villains. From Cruella de Vil’s townhome to Maleficent’s castle complete with green flames, the details in these bad-guy houses are impressive.

Take Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’  Evil Queen’s lair. Not only do you get the infamous green, glowing cauldron where she crafts her poison potion, but you also get the very apple she uses to send Snow White into her sleep, sitting atop her desk in all its red glory. Of course, this wouldn’t be the Evil Queen’s lair without the magic mirror, which hangs proudly at the top of the Polly Pocket home.

The Toy Zone recreated Disney villain lairs into Polly Pocket homes.
The Toy Zone

This isn’t the first time that the outlet has crafted these recreations, either. Earlier this year, The Toy Zone converted famous film and television homes into the same Mattel format, including Will Byers’ house (complete with Christmas lights and the alphabet) from Stranger Things. If you want to see those, you can head over to their original post, and if you’re more into the villain lairs (like Captain Hook’s and Ursula’s), you can check out their full post on the project here.

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