He is evil a lot of the time vs mostly neutral and that'd only make him On & Off not an Anti-villain.
He has no interest in helping society or others just about what's in it for him which by default isn't an anti-villain. Anti-villains want to help people and the majority just go about it the wrong way, Peter on the other hand regularly abuses and harms others based solely on what he wants to do at the time.
They were proposed and rejected a long time ago. I remembered them discussed and I eventually found it at which point they were officially marked as "Rejected" plus not everyone can make proposals anymore per rules.
They are standard Decepticons both in general and the movies plus it's debatably in the same canon as the others.
Psychopath doesn't confuse or blurs the line as they are sane just don't empathize with others.
Because Mentally Ill covers things like mentally challenged (like Jason Voorhees who doesn't fit the other two) and those who suffer from PTSD (like Mr. Grimm from Twisted Metal: Black and Flippy) along with some other common metal illness, Psychotic is for those who are completely insane to where they borderline live in their own world but some are described by characters in universe as psychopaths but in reality are too unstable to truly count. All psychotics are mentally ill but not all mentally ill are psychotics.
In real life most aren't afraid of death just not in a rush but some are afraid, category wise is more for the Hollywood take where they are not afraid.
They are cynical but don't fit the nihilist category. Lotso for example claims nothing matters yet is a coward at heart and that fear of his own death makes him not count.
No, they don't fear their own death.
For approval it needs to be in the blogs plus he was discussed not that long ago: he comes across as trying to cover up how he was once weak and insecure by showing up Tony, that and he fails the heinous standard of MCU especially given some with less resources like Mysterio do worse.
This isn't about who'd win just a possible category and side note Jason as far as I know never used a chainsaw and if he did it's like once vs a regular thing.
Don't think enough villains exist and with Fictional Fictional thing I personally say no, the Entity movie is ignored in all others with it coming across as another continuity. Nothing in Friday the 13th indicated it was just a movie in setting and the Nightmare media after including the comics like Freddy vs Jason vs Ash which are of debatable canon (it has enough evidence and call outs to the actual movies it could be actually connected) address it or imply just stories to keep the Entity trapped.
Like I said I feel we'd need to see some and/or hear great detail as to why vs vague "you killed a suspect" as if fleeing or extremely violent it blurs the line if a legitimate vile act or protecting the general public, with what I remember and hear one boss wasn't exactly a Saint or super reliable.
Of what I remember his crimes are just to catch a serial killer who is the protagonist. Him killing suspects if just from said by Dexter isn't enough given he's an unreliable narrator. Also depends on circumstances depends as if the supposed suspects where killers who were violent killers hard to say he didn't kill in self-defense. We would have to see these to have even an argument as otherwise we might as well add Elliot Stabler for SVU who could be rough with suspects to find the victims and didn't follow all rules or laws but portrayed as a good guy or really any flawed hero who is a cop. It seems rather stretching if just for breaking some laws to stop a serial killer.
It's been over just wasn't locked.
I could potentially see him due to the more selfish ones including one non canon moment of locking a man up for not buying any of his items to then put the man on display presenting it as an attraction piece.
He doesn't have really much personality nor does a lot despite his godlike power.
Often the reason some don't answe is it's already been discussed. Now it is frowned upon to never explain but not every time does it constantly need to be said if misuse is obvious or the matter has already been explained a lot.
A Heroes Lover can try to have them killed later if they go down a dark enough path generally to show how far gone. Anytime with clarifying as I could understand the confusion.
Not really were we are supposed to removal but those two aren't mutually exclusive. Abigail was having an affair with the main character and was more obsessed/lustful and jealous then geniunely loving even setting his wife to die by framing her despite known he cared for his wife. The woman constantly had others accused to save her own skin and fun or profit.