Yesterday, we finished Round 1 of the Female Villain Category. Today we are moving on to the Star Wars category. Read on to vote!
Disney Villain Tournament
Now, it is time to find your favorite Villain, and who doesn’t love a good villain? Without a villain, we wouldn’t have our favorite heroes. We need your help to find which Disney Villain is the baddest of them all. Let’s find out yesterday’s results and vote for today’s villain.
How it Works
We need you! Whether you are a new Disney fan or Certified Disney Pro, we want to hear from you as we narrow down your favorite Disney Villains.
This tournament will be like our previous tournaments – a bracket style tournament. We will begin with 32 contenders and vote until we get down to one. There can be only one big bad villain.
Each day of the tournament, we will bring you a new game with a match-up between two fan-favorite Disney Villains. You will be able to cast your vote for one of the two options to advance to the next round.
Like the last three tournaments, this is a single elimination style tournament. The Villain with the least amount of votes will be eliminated from the tournament. So let your voice be heard to find out who the crew will crown the baddest of them all.
The Tournament Bracket
With over 100 Disney Villains, there are a lot to choose from. We narrowed it down for you to pick your favorite out of some of our favorites.
THE BRACKET IS DIVIDED INTO FOUR THEMES: MALE VILLAINS, FEMALE VILLAINS, STAR WARS VILLAINS, AND MARVEL VILLAINS.
After the KtP writing team narrowed down our favorite villains, we are left with 32 bad to the bone villains for you to choose from. These include some of the classic characters and newer characters to the Disney franchise.
The characters are all lined up on the tournament bracket. There will definitely be some tough choices. I know I am already struggling to decide who my favorite is in some of these match-ups. Be sure to vote, so your favorite makes it to the top!
Do you want to print a bracket to play along at home? Simply download the printable PDF bracket linked below. You can also open the bracket image you see above in a new window and print it without downloading. Both of these options will allow you to fill in your predictions and see which of your favorites make it the furthest.
This is a tournament the whole family can get in on, so be sure that you have a copy for each family member. Also, be sure that each family member casts their vote! Simply exit the article after casting your vote and then reopen it and scroll to the poll. It should be ready for a second person to vote.
The Evil Queen won her match-up against Yzma yesterday. Check out the results below!
This match-up was closer than I thought it would be. However, I do think The Emperor’s New Groove doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.
Check out the updated bracket below. How is your bracket doing?
Match-up 8: Darth Maul vs Kylo Ren
Today is the first day of the Star Wars Villain Category. First match-up is Darth Maul vs Kylo Ren.
Darth Maul is first introduced in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. He is ordered to capture Queen Padme Amidala and make her sign a treaty.
He is easily recognizable with his unique look and double-bladed light saber. Darth Maul killed Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn but then was defeated himself by Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Kylo Ren is first introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. He is the son of Han Solo and Princess Leia. He was born as Ben Solo, however, he changed his name to Kylo Ren.
He was trained by his uncle, Luke Skywalker, as a Jedi. Kylo Ren then turned to the dark side. The power of the dark side is strong and enticing, and Kylo Ren wants to be as powerful as Darth Vader, his grandfather.
Time to Vote
Polling will remain open until 9 P.M. Eastern time/6 P.M. Pacific time today. We will gather the results and compile them then.
We will reveal the winner of this match-up in tomorrow’s tournament match-up post. You will see which villain won and be able to vote in the next match-up. Be sure to look for a post around noon Eastern time.