I want to talk about the secondary antagonist of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. He is a really nasty and vile villain and I wondered why he isn't under that category, because he would deserved it to be under it.
He is a sadistic murderer and even child murderer who is a high-ranking member of the New Frontier.
He holds Javier Garcia at gunpoint and then killed his niece who was a child. He holds a resident named Francine as a hostage and chops off her and his other victims' fingers, with wire cutters, and then kills them. Later ordering his men to drive a truck full of Walkers to a gateway and kill more people.
MORAL EVENT HORIZON
Yes, when he killed the innocent niece of Javier who was a little child and torturing his victims by cutting of their fingers.
He uses all of his resources and have help from his henchmen because he is a more high-ranked member of the New Frontier.
He is a standard human, so yeah he has a moral.
NO REDEEMING QUALITIES
No, he even provokes Javier in saying that his niece and him should "f*ck themselves".
He doesn't show any feelings for other people and no regret in doing what he has done, not even his henchmen.
Most of his killings and tortures are presented onscreen, often in horrible ways.
He is heinous and terrible in his own way. William Carver is his only rival in counting because he was also a very vile and gruesome villain but Badger stands out in his own way, and the child murder is that what pushes him farther.
The Story is a zombie apocalypse with dark and sad moments. But it is possible for villains to stand out in this type of stories. Like William Carver for example.