The Indoraptor from Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom.
What do you especially love about the indoraptor @Scarred Velociraptor2?
Because he is like a psychopath. Smart, dangerous, sadistic even.
Best villain ever in my opinion.
Gendo Ikari (Specifically his end of evangelion iteration):
Throughout the film he gets closer to his goal, which is that of seeing his wife again via instrumentality.
During the film, and the show that came before it, we learn that he has been emotionally neglecting his son, but we never find out why Gendo doesn't give shinji the love he absolutely needs until EoE.
when gendo's goal is achieved (not by his, but by his son's hand) is when he realizes that he, like his son, has issues with expressing his emotions.
During his last moments he outright states that he wishes he could've treated shinji better, because that could've helped him move on from his wife's death.
It's a moment that made me realize that Gendo isn't some monster without any human qualities, he is designed to be a human with his own set of issues.
I’d got with Indominus Rex (if I spelled her name right) from the first Jurassic World movie. She was pure evil and psychotic and all around an enjoyable villain.
My favorite villain is Enrico Maxwell from the Hellsing series mainly because he serve as the perfect rival for Integra Hellsing and her organization, when you first see him he is seen as a nice friendly Italian man that wants to talk to her then quickly show his bias. He is now shown as a calculated, cruel, arrogant man who hates anyone who isn't catholic or fit with his views.
Throughout the series, He shown to have Alexander Anderson to antagonize the Hellsing Organization and becoming more fanatical on his beliefs. Though him and Integra hold the same goals to stop Millennium, He believes that the "Heathens" should fight among themselves then him and his group will rush in the destruction of England to kill everybody including the unfaithful Catholics and Protestants. During his destruction on England he is now truly lost his mind to the point Anderson stop supporting him and starts despise him.
After Alucard release his full power to kill every enemy on the battlefield, Maxwell is now scared at what's happening. His soldiers are being killed all over the place and discovering that Alucard is actually Dracula the former ruler of Wallachia Then his helicopter is knock down and his tektite-reinforced glass box is broken by Anderson. He is surround by the undead souls that Alucard consume begging for Anderson to save him until he is impaled by undead Wallachian soldiers.
From their Maxwell is truly upset that his going to die alone while being impaled it is truly sad to watch due to the fact that he ask for forgiveness from Jesus Christ and throughout his life and childhood he was alone and abandoned including by his parents. He wanted to be someone greater in his life for someone to look up to but have a fear of dying alone by this fact it is possible he suffer from extreme loneliness and a fear of despair. Even Anderson takes pity on him but calls him a stupid foolish child.
In the end, Enrico Maxwell is a selfish power-hungry man that wanted to become someone that people can look up to but in reality he wanted to destroy those he consider an enemy and gain more power in England. But despite this he suffer from extreme loneliness and abandonment which is the reason why he is so bitter on everything.
Sorry for the long paragraph I just wanted to speak my mind on my favorite underrated antagonist from the Hellsing series.
Moff Gideon from The Mandalorian is an extremely underrated villain in my book
Emperor Palpatine, since he not only twisted the main character to his will, wiped out almost all of the Jedi, made not one, but four badass apprentices, (Maul, Dooku, Vader, Ren), took over the galaxy, and almost did it two more times, and cheated death. Change my mind.
Darth vader or Sigma from megaman X
Is attack on titan considered Sci-Fi? Anyway, I would say that Zeke Yaeger, I don't know, I feel that his thinking is quite original as a villain's ideology.
He also represents a character who affects those around him, being able to betray sides as he pleases.
Maybe in the end, in the manga didn't handle him correctly, but I feel like he at least had a conclusion regarding his thinking and all that.
What do you think?