I mean yeah. Vukmir would be the one that stands out the most in the ranking. Especially that newborn baby p*rn.
You kind of missed my point. There's nothing wrong with putting Uncle Johnny on the polls. I am just stating that I hate the character and the story he came from and that the author is a sick bastard for writing it.
I hate Uncle Johnny and that schlocky Sally, Play With Me Story that exploits things like child molestation and rape for cheap scares.
The author should be ashamed of themselves for crafting this abomination. It is not a story: it is straight torture porn.
There's no such thing as a Cartoon Dog.
Where is it that you still don't understand that it's a case by case thing? Really, if the category is added to a page, there should at least be a good explanation as to why it's redeeming.
Again, case by case. If a character is loyal to another because they are motivated by causing chaos, it is not redeeming. Bellatrix Lestrange for instance is loyal to Voldemort but that's because he epitomizes her desires of spreading pain and misery rather than loving him as a person.
Case by case basis. If someone for instance is loyal to say an eldritch god who would destroy everything, and they make it clear they serve it because they crave destruction, then that is not a redeeming trait.
None; the show is played for laughs.
Oh. The Lich isn't on here, but Slade does share the same voice actor. Frollo, at least as far as a Disney film is concerned helped with there being little comedic beats with the character.
Westcott. Overrated. Don't like him as a villain aside from a passing knowledge of the series.
Rudeness aside, no. We have the Villains Fanon Wiki for that.
What is it?
Even when Cinder got that scar on her face and was later given a Grimm arm?
Medusa Gorgon is one for me.
Syndrome...don't consider that much of a twist. Lotso...revealed as the villain early into the movie. AUTO; more of a predictable circumstance. Hard to really say.
You should've honestly had the Man With the Upside-Down Face up there because he stands out as genuinely being a monster and actively takes sadistic delight in accidents.
No, I said you could argue that the Cartoon Cat is more dangerous, but that doesn't translate to being "evil."
None of them, They are all predators that kill for sustenance.You could argue that the Cartoon Cat is the most dangerous out of all of them, but he is nevertheless amoral.
You can't really compare any of these characters with each other. Jafar is a generic bad guy who's under the baseline. Chernabog literally doesn't do much and there isn't much of a story. Frollo is PE and is the most evil character of his work; Scar is the most heinous of his work; Runeard was removed.
Because several of the old legends of fair folk have them be sadistically evil; kidnap children; drown people; lead people off cliffs?
And? I'm not even using the whole AI as an argument here.