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What It Says On the Tin

Steampunk Disney Characters (Mostly Villains, But Also Heroines and Pinocchio)

Aside from its 2000 animated film, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Disney has never really ventured into the world of steampunk. So DeviantARTist MecaniqueFairy was kind enough to imagine it and execute it in this collection, which includes heroines, heroes, and villains alike. The results are just as cool as you’d think!

Steampunk villains? You’re up first!

Captain Hook



Cruella De Vil


And now, the heroes and heroines (or just the good guys and gals). Starting with Mulan:



And we’ll end on some beloved creepy lovers, Jack Skellington and Sally:

(via Geeks are Sexy)

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  • Anonymous

    The Ursula one is the best, hands down. Like a female Doc Oc.

  • Oliver Frodo Orr

    Cruela DeVille is already sort of steampunk. At least, the steampunkest of anyone from not-Atlantis Disney movies. I mean, she’s from Victorian England, at least. And she’s go the whole cigarette thing, and the cool car. 

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  • Jaime Kimbrel

    They had cars and televisions in Victorian England?

  • Anonymous

    Steampunk Mulan is the greatest thing I’ve seen today!

  • Anonymous

    Can’t wait until Steampunk runs out of steam.

    Also, apparently, steampunk Victorian women often bared their legs, but never the men.

  • Pedantic Douchebag

    This is to steampunk as Bieber is to gangsta rap.

  • Frodo Baggins

    Mulan and Hook look awesome. The rest I could do without.

    And who the fuck is Clopin?

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  • Anonymous

    Clopin was in the Hunchback of Notre-Dame

  • Jess

    “Aside from its 2000 animated film, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Disney has never really ventured into the world of steampunk.”

    So what, you’ve never seen Treasure Planet? That film is completely steampunk.

  • Shiyiya

    This is pretty much what I was going to say.

  • Katherine Traylor

    Those are gorgeous! Mulan is definitely my favorite. I would love to see more Chinese steampunk!

  • Erin Edwards

    Mulan is ballin’

  • Christine Sanders

    I highly concur.

  • Chris Talbot

    Mulan is pretty good (I can easily see her as a part of Milo’s expedition), but the prize definitely goes to Hook.  As soon as I saw him, I placed him in a Steampunk world in charge of an airship.  I wouldn’t even carry the rest of the Peter Pan setting with him, just him and his crew on steampunk adventures.  :-)

  • Glory ‘Eikou’ Lee

     Technically Treasure Planet wasn’t /entirely/ steampunk because the tech really didn’t utilize steam a whole lot and took advantage of electric and solar energy, BUT it did follow the steampunk aesthetic extensively! It shouldn’t be overlooked when referencing steampunk in Disney films.

  • Anonymous

    Pinocchio was cyberpunk not steampunk.

  • Andrew Mayer

    That’s why it was Steampunk.

  • Anonymous

    This should totally be a world in “Kingdom Hearts.”

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    Wake up Jack, this isn’t fair!
    WHAT’S… THIS?!

    (Yes, I know I’m posting this a year later. But the article popped up on the ‘also read’ of one of today’s articles, and this immediately popped into my head.)

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  • Lily Queen

    Not bad!

    P.S. Disney also has a steampunk thing going at Mysterious Island in Tokyo Disney Sea.

  •!/ David R. Schmitt

    Steampunk makes most things better.