2022 NEW Disney Villains: Hades on Throne Funko Pop!

Funko Pop! Disney Villains: Hades on Throne Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure

Not official until confirmed.

Just look at the toothy grin of this new Funko Pop! Disney Villains: Hades on Throne Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure. Hades’s practically one snap away from becoming the king of the gods! (Unless, of course, you have a Hercules Pop! nearby, too.)

In the 1997 Disney movie Hercules, Hades is portrayed as a comical villain with a heart of gold. While he may be responsible for some of the bad things that happen in the movie, he is not an evil person.

Hades is actually very caring and protective of his subjects, and he only wants what is best for them. He is also willing to help Hercules whenever he can, even though it often gets him into trouble.

He is nothing more than a complex and nuanced character who makes for a perfect villain in Disney movies.

Hades on Throne Funko Pop! is coming soon. There’s no release date yet, but stay tuned because I’ll update images and more information once released.

Funko Pop! Disney Villains: Hades on Throne Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure

Hades is the Greek god of the underworld, and as such, he is often portrayed as a dark and sinister figure. In the Disney film Hercules, Hades is depicted as a scheming, power-hungry villain who will stop at nothing to defeat his enemies.

In Greek mythology, Hades is the brother of Zeus and Poseidon. He is the god of the underworld, and his main task is to oversee the dead. However, Hades is often overshadowed by his brothers and feels that he deserves more attention and respect.

This may be why he wishes to become the king of the gods in the movie. Then, Hades would finally have the power and respect that he feels he deserves by taking over Olympus.

Additionally, he would no longer be relegated to the underworld and could instead enjoy all of the benefits of being a god.

While this may seem like a typical Hollywood portrayal of a villain, there is actually more to Hades than meets the eye.

For one thing, Hades is not simply motivated by evil; he is driven by a deep desire to be recognized and respected by the other gods.

In addition, Hades is fiercely loyal to his subjects, and he will go to great lengths to protect them from harm. In short, Hades is the perfect villain because he is not entirely evil, but he is not completely good either. 

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