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The Cupcake Empire

Primarily a place for me to share my personal headcanons, reblog headcanons I share with others, talk about fanfiction, post profiles for my fan characters, rant, and give reviews. Basically, if it has something to do with fandom, it'll be on this blog.
Dec 24 '13

ironbloodaika asked:

Okay. 28, 29, 31, 32, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47

28. Belle

29. Mulan

31. Tiana

32. Meg

41. Well, I would have…if I had ever gone to the parks.Thanks for reminding me that I’ve never been to Disney World, and thus, my childhood is incomplete. 

42. Elsa and Anna (Frozen), Mulan, Merida, Rapunzel , Tiana , Cinderella (Blame Cinderella III…), Belle, Ariel, Pocahontas, Aurora, and Snow White

43. Probably Mulan

44. Again, mostly Mulan, with a bit of Elsa, Anna, and Belle thrown in

45.  “Let It Go” by Idina Menzel from Frozen and “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from Mulan

47.  If “Let It Go” doesn’t count (Elsa’s not really a villain), then “Be Prepared” from the Lion King

Dec 23 '13

czequers asked:

Alright, my dear, I shall offer you some meme questions to answer: 1-6, 42-47, and 54-57.

1. Frozen

2. Frozen; Mulan; Treasure Planet; Tarzan; Meet the Robinsons

3. Mulan (Technical), Anna and Elsa (Frozen, Literal)

4. Prince Naveen (Princess and the Frog)

5. Tarzan and Jane

6. Yzma (The Emperor’s New Groove)

42. Elsa and Anna (Frozen), Mulan, Merida, Rapunzel , Tiana , Cinderella (Blame Cinderella III…), Belle, Ariel, Pocahontas, Aurora, and Snow White

43. Probably Mulan

44. Again, mostly Mulan, with a bit of Elsa, Anna, and Belle thrown in

45. “Let It Go” by Idina Menzel from Frozen and “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from Mulan

46. “I See The Light” from Tangled

47. If “Let It Go” doesn’t count (Elsa’s not really a villain), then “Be Prepared” from the Lion King

54. Winnie the Pooh (2011)

55. Oliver and Company

56. Treasure Planet

57. Beauty and the Beast (I will prepare my grave now)

Dec 21 '13

Updated Disney Survey: Send me a number


1: All time favorite Disney movie
2: Top 5 Disney movies
3: Favorite Princess
4: Favorite Prince
5: Favorite couple
6: Favorite villain
7: Favorite heroine
8: Favorite hero
9: Favorite sidekick

The Parks
10: Disneyland or Disney World
11: Favorite ride
12: Favorite park within the resort (i.e Epcot)
13: Favorite land inside a resort (i.e. Tomorrowland)
14: Favorite Disney snack
15: Favorite Disney restaurant
16: Favorite Attraction/Show
17: Favorite secret/underrated spot in the parks
18: What three locations would you want to stay at overnight in the parks
19: Favorite character to interact with
20: Which character’s handwriting do you wish to have
21: Your favorite memory with a face character
22: A character that you are/have been scared of approaching
23: A character that the parks should permanently have
24: Favorite Disney Hotel
25: Describe a typical day at Disney for you
26: Planning to do the Disney College Program? If you’ve already done it, what was your position? If you haven’t, what would you like to do?

This or that
27: Snow White or Cinderella?
28: Ariel or Belle?
29: Pocahontas or Mulan?
30: Aurora or Rapunzel??
31: Tiana or Jasmine?
32: Meg or Kida?
33: Stitch or Pooh?
34: Eugene Fitzherbert or Prince Eric?
35: Prince Charming or Prince Ferdinand?
36: Li Shang or John Smith?
37: Prince Philip or Prince Adam/the Beast?
38: Prince Naveen or Aladdin?
39: Hercules or Milo?

40: How long has your favorite Disney princess been your favorite?
41: Have you ever meet your favorite princess in the parks?
42: Do you have a Disney princess hierarchy? If so, list them from most favorite to least favorite. Otherwise, just give your top 3 favorite princesses.
43: Which princess’ story is the most similar to your life?
44: Which princess’ personality is most similar to yours?

45: All time favorite song
46: Favorite love song
47: Favorite villain song
48: Favorite wardrobe
49: Outfit you wish you had
50: What character(s) have you Disneybounded as/ want to Disneybound as
51: Your Disney look-a-like
52: What Disney character would you like to be paired with?
53: Whose voice do you wish you had (singing and speaking)
54: What Disney movie cheers you up
55: What Disney movie make you sad
56: What’s the most underrated Disney movie
57: What the most overrated Disney movie
58: Favorite Pixar movie
59: Favorite quote
60: Favorite non-animated Disney movie
61: Best soundtrack
62: Last Disney movie you watched
63: Two characters that would be great friends
64: Two characters that would be enemies
65: Two characters that should be paired up, but aren’t.

*credit to msdisneyprincess

Being such a big Disney fan, I figured I have to do this. But, having never been to the parks, I had to get rid of those questions. So…ask away!

(Source: msdisneyprincess)

Dec 8 '13

czequers asked:

Hm… For the most part, I am aware of how you feel on a number of ships, so I think I'll toss this less-considered(?) one your way to start with: Fa Mulan/Captain Li Shang.

vomit / don’t ship / ok / cute / adorable / sexy / perfect / beyond flawless /hot damn / screaming and crying / i will ship them in hell

Dec 8 '13

send me a ship

vomit / don’t ship / ok / cute / adorable / sexy / perfect / beyond flawless /hot damn / screaming and crying / i will ship them in hell

(Source: takanashiidesu)

Nov 14 '13

Festival of Fright: Top 10 Scariest Villains

It’s time for my first list, and what would be a better subject for a list during Halloween than villains? You love to hate them, hate to love them, and especially as a kid, you loved to be scared by them. So join me as I count down my top ten favorite (and scariest) villains. And just as a warning, there will be spoilers:

10.) Judge Claude Frollo (Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

*Holds up shield* Now I know a lot of you are wondering why I put this guy at the bottom of the list. After all, he’s probably one of the darkest villains of our childhoods. He was racist towards Gypsies to the point of wanting to commit genocide, he was a pervert, he killed a woman, tried to drown her baby, and when he has to raise the baby, he spends over a decade emotionally abusing the kid. He’s a really horrible person. But, here’s the thing…He never scared me. Even on my first viewing of this movie, I found Frollo fascinating and always looked forward to seeing him. So, he’s a great villain, but on this list, it’s the scary ones who win.

9.) DOR-15 (Disney’s Meet the Robinsons)

Yes, I put a robotic hat on my list of favorite villains, and yes, I think she’s scarier than Frollo. Why? Just watch the climax of the movie! She creates what is essentially a Hell of Hats by doing nothing more than manipulating a man-child who wanted revenge for sleep deprivation. Oh, and it’s implied she had said man-child killed once more robots like her were mass-produced. Also, she can produce a miniature version of herself, that can be used as a mind-control device. So, not only can she manipulate you, but if that doesn’t work…she can just force you to do what she wants.

8.) Myotismon (Digimon Adventure)

Now, for this entry, I’m only counting his original form, since that’s the one that scared me the most. Myotismon makes the list not so much for design (honestly, most of the villains on this list wouldn’t be here if I was going for the most frightening-looking), but for his motives. And what are his motives, you may ask, if you haven’t seen the series? He wants to murder a small child. Well, okay, he actually wants to conquer/destroy the Digital and Real worlds, but in order to do that, he has to kill a child who is likely under the age of fourteen. He’s also a vampire and more than once actually sucks women’s blood. 

7.) Him (The Powerpuff Girls)

I’ll admit, this guy is on the list mainly for two specific episodes in the series he’s from: “Speed Demon”, and “Tough Love”, both of which are very horrible concepts. In the first, the girls go fifty years into the future by accident, to find that the world has been taken over by Him, and the setting is predictably apocalyptic. Worse is that in that future, Him is unstoppable. And Him makes sure the girls know that this horrible future is their fault. These girls are five. In “Tough Love”, Him turns all the love the people of Townsville have for the girls into hate. This even includes their father, Professor Utonium. He does this with no effort.

6.) Syndrome (The Incredibles)

How could I not have this guy on the list? He’s the main antagonist of one of my favorite movies of all time. And even without that little bit of bias, I just think he’s a great villain with an even better backstory. In fact, it’s his backstory that really puts him on the list, because it’s not like something similar couldn’t happen in real life. Syndrome was once an enthusiastic kid named Buddy Pine who, after being turned down by his idol, Mr. Incredible, basically allowed his anger to fester and boil for years, resulting in the deaths of at least a dozen people. And in case that doesn’t making him creepy enough, keep in mind that at the end of the movie, after his plan to use his robot to make himself look like a hero (by using a remote to control the robot while he pretends to fight it) is foiled by the Incredibles and Frozone, he tries to kidnap baby Jack-Jack. Though his original incarnation from a deleted scene was possibly worse, with it kind of being implied that he was going to kill the infant Violet (he has a line to the captured Bob and Helen that “Supers aren’t supposed to breed”). So, yeah, Syndrome may be a somewhat goofy villain, but that doesn’t mean he’s not a threat, and he brings new meaning to the phrase “From Nobody to Nightmare”.

5.) John Harrison/Kahn (Star Trek Into Darkness)

You really should have let him sleep, Admiral Marcus. If you had, then I would have been able to sleep the night after I first saw this movie. Yeah, this guy is just creepy in general, though there’s one particular moment near the end of the movie that makes him especially terrifying to me. That being when he crushes Admiral Marcus’s head…with his bare hands, while screaming that Marcus should have let him sleep.

4.) Simone, Lena, and Jacques (Scooby Doo on Zombie Island)

If any of you have read my review of the movie these three are from, then you already know why I find them so terrifying, so I won’t  go into too much detail here. Basically, they’re all immortal monsters who turn into horrible cat-human hybrid monsters and have to suck the life force out of living humans in order to stay alive. Jacques is the worst of the three, since when Simone and Lena asked their cat god for the ability to get revenge on the pirates who killed their friends and family, they didn’t know what the actual deal would entail, Jacques knew what he’d have to do to stay immortal. And he happily accepted. Oh, and their victims include not only (nearly) Scooby Doo and Shaggy, but also a pregnant woman. I am not even kidding. Watch the movie for yourself and you’ll see that one of the zombies is a woman who obviously had been pregnant when she was alive. Thanks TVTropes for pointing that out to me, and thank you haunted VHS for making me rewatch the scenes with these three over and over again as a kid. 

3.) Mother Gothel (Tangled)

This spot was particularly difficult to decide, as it was originally being fought over by three different villains: The Other Mother from the movie version of Coraline, Dr. Facilier from The Princess and the Frog and the person who I ultimately chose, Mother Gothel. The reason I picked her is because out of the three, she’s the one who scares me the most, and she’s probably the least frightening when it comes to looks. No, she’s scary on a psychological level. I mean, think about it: she has basically total control over Rupunzel’s life, and she doesn’t have to lift a finger to do it until the end of the movie…which was eighteen years after she first kidnapped Rupenzel as a baby. If being able to control someone for that long with nothing but words isn’t frightening, then I don’t know what is.

2.) The Empty Child (Doctor Who "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances")

Now, this character isn’t so much a villain as he is a monster (and a rather sympathetic one at that), but that doesn’t make him any less terrifying. He’s essentially a little boy (about four or five years old) named Jamie who was killed when a medical spaceship crashed to earth in World World II era London and was brought back to life by medical nanobots called nanogenes that were stored inside the ship. You’d think this would be a happy event, right? Wrong. Because these nanogenes have never seen a human being before, they don’t actually repair the injuries Jamie sustained (head injury, rips collapsed, cut on his hand), but rather, they just bring him back to life, fusing the gas mask he’d been wearing to his skull. To make it worse, the nanogenes now see the revived Jamie (The Empty Child) as the correct template for what a human should be like, and any person who touches Jamie is slowly and painfully mutated to have the traits of the Empty Child, the same injuries and the gas mask fused to their skull. But the Empty Child isn’t just scary…he’s also the most heart-wrenching entry on this list, for one main reason: he’s literally just a little boy who wants his Mummy. 

1.) Love Machine (Summer Wars)

You may think this guy has a funny name, but trust me, he’s not even close to being a comedic villain. Love Machine is an AI program that was created by a man in Japan called Wabisuke and bought by the United States government, who decided to test the program by unleashing it on Oz, an online world that basically helps control the real world. And what does Love Machine do when it’s in Oz? Not much…besides literally devour other people’s avatars (what they use to interact when using Oz), set a satellite on a crash course with any of over a hundred nuclear power plants around the globe, tried to make the satellite crash onto the home of the family that stopped the plan involving the nuclear power plants, and actually killed people. That’s right. A computer program basically committed murder, by making it so that the doctors of people with health problems wouldn’t know when their patients were having a life threatening attack or episode of some sort.

Oct 26 '13

Festival of Fright: Scooby Doo on Zombie Island

So, for the first entry in the Dark Master’s Festival of Fright, we have a review of a movie that scared the crap out of me when I first saw it. That’s right, a Scooby Doo movie actually scared me as a kid, and continued to scare me until I was a teenager. So, what was so scary about this movie? If you don’t mind spoilers, then click “Read More” to find out.

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Oct 14 '13

The Dark Master’s Festival of Fright

So, it’s October, the month where we celebrate monsters, ghosts, demons, witches, and everything else that scares us. And what better way to celebrate the month of fright than by dedicating my fandom blog to “horror”? 

That’s right. From now until November 1st, every post on this blog will have something to do with fear. It might be a review of a movie that used to scare me as a kid; it might be a top list of my favorite villains; it might even be me talking about a show or movie that stars characters who would normally be the subject of childhood nightmares. 

Sep 16 '13

avatarshavearrows asked:

Just had a random thought but...would you ever like to see another ATLA TV series being made with real people? Like everything basically the same but with people and who can actually act? (even if they aren't really all 12 or so)

I’d probably be skeptical about it, especially since animated to live action conversions rarely work out, but I’d probably be willing to check it out. Though I’d be more willing to give it a chance if it was its own story and just took place in the world of Avatar/Korra.

Sep 16 '13


America has small flecks of silver color in his irises, an allusion to the stars on Old Glory. However, they generally can only be seen by others when he is not wearing his eyeglasses.