The thing is, a pure evil Ultron from the comics likely wouldn't have worked. Both the MCU and DCCU had dozens of cold-heartedly evil villains (especially ones with a grey color scheme), so a classical Ultron would've blended into that crowd of disliked villains. He does not have as much of a badass evil factor as comic Ultron, but at least he's different. I for my part had no problem with him whatsoever.
I'm still angry about how wasted Infinite (and all of Forces, really) was. Sonic Mania practically gave the writers of Forces interesting concepts on a platter. The Phantom Ruby, a mysterious reality-warping counterpart to the Chaos Emeralds, in the hands of someone whose own bloody theme song made him out to be more interesting than he actually was.
Oh that's simple. He raped his daughters so they give birth to monsters, which he can then use as an army to destroy all creation with.
Your question is worded kinda weird. Are you asking who specifically the Scarlet King raped? Or if any other Old Gods raped someone?
The Scarlet King raped his daughters.
Why feature Dio twice?
Simple one for me. Slender Man is interesting, Jeff is not.
While Joker would be the obvious choice since he's the Joker, I'm going to go with Scarecrow. Unlike Joker, Scarecrow actually won (despite being caught right afterwards). He exposed Batman's secret identity to the world and forced him into hiding.
God damn, this is a hard one.
Giygas, an alien turned into a mindless cosmic horror by his guilt at having to attack the species of the family that raised him.
The Puppet, a little girl shut out of a restaurant by other kids and murdered in an alley who is now trying to stop her murderer from continuing his work and also put the other children he killed to rest at all costs.
Count Bleck, whose father turned the woman he loved into a butterfly and banished her from their dimension. When he couldn't find her, all life lost its meaning to him, leading to him to pursue the destruction of the universe that took her away from him.
Ice King, formerly a scientist investigating a magical crown that slowly drove him to madness after he was forced to use it to survive a nuclear apocalypse and keep a little girl safe. Now he's just a pathetic old lunatic driven by a desperate desire to marry a "princess", but doesn't even remember that that's just what he called his girlfriend when he was sane.
Mr. Freeze, a scientist turned criminal who just wants to save his wife from a terminal illness after his boss forced his project to shut down hen he went over budget, which resulted in an accident that left him unable to survive above sub-zero temperatures.
Asgore Dreemurr, the king of the monsters that were sealed to live in the caverns beneath a mountain by humanity. After losing both his biological son and his adopted human child when their secret attempt to break the barrier sealing them underground killed both of them, he swore an oath to his people that they will destroy the barrier, wipe out humanity and take the surface back. A decision that made his wife leave him in disgust and he himself doesn't want to go through with, but feels like he has to to give his people hope.
Personally i have to go with the Puppet, simply because she's just a little girl who was murdered by a vile sociopath.
@Your Not So Average Guy He was an alien raised by a human mother and father, but was forced to lead an army to wipe out humanity when his father stole the secrets of PSI from them. When the heroes sang the lullaby his mother sang for him at the end of the first game, Giygas had to retreat because he couldn't deal with the guilt he felt. He was sent a second time, so he supressed his feelings to carry out his mission. This combined with his immeasurable PSI powers ultimately tore his mind and body apart, turning him into the near-mindless, unstable cosmic horror seen at the end of Earthbound.
I can't decide between Count Bleck, Dimentio and Fawful. King Boo is close aswell.
I am going to interpret the question for the Sam Raimi trilogy versions only. Doc Ock is my personal favourite. Venom may look cool, but Eddie is really nothing but a whiny cheater in this version. Plus, the symbiote itself doesn't seem to be fully sentient in this version, behaving more like an animal. Green Goblin is a bit too goofy for me to take seriously, while the Sandman is close behind Doc Ock for his sympathetic motivation.
In total: Dock Ock > Sandman > Green Goblin > Venom
If i had to, i would choose Jeff. When all is said and done, the others are supernatural entities while Jeff is basically just a dude with a knife.
Chris Walker is a mentally-ill serial killer, but everything he did in the game was to keep the destructive Walrider from escaping the asylum.
Ennard is the fusion of the animatronics serial killer William Afton created to help him murder children and is either led by Circus Baby, who is possessed by Afton's daughter and highly manipulative (but still heavily influenced by a desire to appease her father), or Funtime Freddy, who delights in fulfilling his programming.
Malak is a vicious demon in control of nightmarish pocket dimensions and commands their monstrous inhabitants. He has claimed hundreds of souls and trapped them inside his labyrinths to watch them toil in agony as his pets play with them.
I don't know anything about Mr. Peterson, so i can't judge him.
I'd say Malak is the winner for me.
I like Lotso and Syndrome more, but Waternoose was the most unexpected (while remaining logical) and thus more worthy as an actual twist villain. Syndrome and Lotso were untrustworthy from the start (so was Turbo), but i genuinely didn't expect Waternoose to be a villain.
@Modernmyrmidon Ah i see, fair enough.
@Darrell Clemons You don't. Fan characters are not allowed on this wiki. As for making pages at all, it's really simple. The best way to learn it in my opinion is to look at the code of the other pages by clicking on the edit button and looking at the source tab to use as reference.
Question: Why didn't you just make a page?
You're missing out quite a few villains there, mate.
106. That dude is terrifying.