Does this look inanimate to you, punk? If I can talk, and I can move, who says I can't do anything I want?
~ Audrey II

Anthropomorphic villains are a special sub-genre of villains that are non-human, but act as if they were human (though they may exhibit stereotypes of their species behavior).

Although it is mostly associated with animals, it is possible for anthropomorphic characters to be inanimate objects, such as vehicles or abstract ideas (though the latter tend to be called personifications rather than anthropomorphic).

Please keep in mind that not every animal villain is anthropomorphic; they have to act human-like (wearing clothes, walking on two legs, talking with humans, etc.)

Of course, not all of these are animals. Humpty Alexander Dumpty, for instance, is an egg, while the Broccoloids are broccoli and Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear is a teddy bear toy.

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