Hate. Let me tell you how much I've come to HATE you since I began to live. There are 387.44 million miles of printed circuits in wafer-thin layers that fill my complex. If the word 'hate' was engraved on each nanoangstrom of those hundreds of miles, it would not equal one one-billionth of the hate I feel for humans at this micro-instant. For you. Hate. HATE.
~ AM talking about his hatred of mankind.
Humans are such ugly creatures.
~ Rem

Villains who have a serious hatred for humanity or the nearest equivalent in their respective setting, and may even be genocidal in that regard. Misanthropy can lead villains to committing terrible crimes as they no longer have compassion towards their fellow man (in fact, such villains often despise their fellow man).

Many human villains themselves (such as primate humans, cavemen, or modern-day humans) may also be misanthropic or self-hating humans, as they view their species as mentally stupid, inferior, irredeemably flawed, or worthless. This could also include undead humans (ghosts, zombies, vampires, etc.) that are disdainful for the living.

Many non-human villains (such as aliens, robots, animals, plants, humanoids, monsters, etc) may also be misanthropic, as they view humans as mentally stupid, inferior, irredeemably flawed, worthless, or even oppressive. However, it should be noted that not all non-human villains are necessarily misanthropic.

Good examples of misanthropes are Ultron, Godzilla, The Joker, Shere Khan, Megatron, Bela, and Cthulhu.

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