A DISNEY VILLAIN ORIGIN STORY
ARRIVES AT DARK HORSE
Dive deep into the history of Ursula in the dark miniseries
‘Disney Villains: Ursula and the Seven Seas’
Long before the events of Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Ariel’s quest to be a part of the human world, Ursula was one of seven sea witches, who each ruled one of the Seven Seas with impunity. But when one of Ursula’s sea sisters is found stripped of all her powers, Ursula must find the culprit…And among the merfolk, there is one who dares defy the reign of the sea witches.
“I’ve always been a fan of the Little Mermaid, both Andersen’s original story and the Disney movie. With DISNEY VILLAINS: URSULA AND THE SEVEN SEAS, I was able to add my own twist to those wonderful tales. Remember, for every witch you are told about, there’s a goddess you’ve forgotten. What a treat it is to give Disney’s most decadent villain her due!”—Sherri L. Smith
“I always loved Ursula’s character because I thought she was really evil and dreadful. I’m so excited to be drawing her origins! It has also been very interesting to characterize her sister witches, and I’ve tried to make them unique and special. In the same way, I tried to give a magical and evocative atmosphere to the undersea landscapes in order to draw every panel with a strong look.” – Gabriele Bagnoli
Disney Villains: Ursula and the Seven Seas #1 arrives June 24, 2020
and is available for pre-order at your local comic shop.
About Dark Horse Entertainment:
Dark Horse Comics was founded by Mike Richardson with the goal of telling great stories. This idea led the publisher to spin-off Dark Horse Entertainment in 1992. The company’s first major films—THE MASK and TIMECOP — were based on Richardson’s creations and both opened #1 in box office. DHE has since produced over 30 films and series, including the HELLBOY films, and an Emmy Award–winning documentary, MR. WARMTH: THE DON RICKLES PROJECT. Recently completed projects include THE LEGEND OF TARZAN film for Warner Bros., and the DARK MATTER television series for Syfy network. Current projects include the HELLBOY reboot starring David Harbour (Stranger Things) directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent), THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY, a Netflix original series based on the comics by Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance) and POLAR, a noir action thriller starring Mads Mikkelsen (Rogue One).