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Oh this isn't over, this isn't the last you see of lil ol' me...
~ Li'l Gideon.

Gideon Charles Gleeful, better known as Li'l Gideon, is the secondary antagonist of the cartoon series Gravity Falls. He is the main antagonist of Season 1 and the secondary antagonist of Season 2, before redeeming himself. He is also the former archenemy of Dipper, Mabel and "Grunkle" Stan Pines.

A phony psychic, Li'l Gideon is the owner of the Tent of Telepathy and has an obsessive crush on Mabel Pines; he's also been harboring a grudging against Dipper Pines for "ruining" his relationship with Mabel, and has a longstanding business rivalry with Stan Pines that began some time prior to the show.

He was voiced by Thurop Van Orman, who was the creator of the Cartoon Network series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.

Appearance

Gideon is a short, stout kid with white pompadour hair, an upturned nose, blue eyes and three freckles on each of his cheeks. He wears a baby blue suit with an American flag pin on the left side of his collar, a black shirt inside, with brown, polished shoes. Gideon also originally wore a bolo tie with a jade amulet on it during his first appearance, which is later replaced by a white tie as of "Irrational Treasure".

Following his arrest in the Season 1 finale, Gideon wears an orange prison uniform. He later returns to his regular outfit in the series finale.

Personality

Li'l Gideon is a self-proclaimed psychic who uses his charisma and adorableness to make money and mask his true personality. His thick Southern accent and babyish appearance often lead people to underestimate him, and while he may appear trustworthy, he is anything but. However, Gideon has built up such a spotless reputation that people refuse to believe the worst of him: when he orders Dipper and Mabel arrested for trying to murder him, Officer Blubs and Durland instantly believe it without any evidence whatsoever.

Behind the mask, Gideon is a selfish, obsessive, power-hungry, unscrupulous, and distinctly sociopathic boy. Determined to get his way, he will not take "no" for an answer. When he became romantically interested in Mabel Pines, he forced her to continue dating him through crowd pressure, and considered Dipper's attempt to break up with him on Mabel's behalf as grounds to murder him. Even after being formally dumped, his obsession with her refuses to wane, and he believes that he can make her love him, even if it means keeping her imprisoned.

He is also a shameless fraud, not only presenting himself as a psychic to gullible audiences through cold readings, but he is also not above invading their privacy through hidden cameras; he shows little remorse for such behavior and even less respect for the people of Gravity Falls, at one point happily providing his catchphrase to a group of townsfolk ("It's my li'l secret,") and dismissing them with a mutter of "mouth-breathing fools" under his breath.

Gideon is extremely contemptuous and abusive, especially towards his parents - who are among the few people who see his true colors. Upon being reprimanded by Bud for trashing his room, he responds by screaming that he can simply buy and sell his own father. When Bud tries to cheer him up by tickling him, Gideon throws a temper tantrum and proceeds to verbally abuse his father at length, before storming out. While Bud remains seemingly unfazed by his son's sociopathic nature (likely due to him regularly wiping his own memories via the Blind Eye Society's memory eraser), his mother's sanity has badly frayed after constant exposure to Gideon's tantrums, and as a result, she spends most of her time obsessively cleaning the house while muttering "just keep vacuuming".

At his heart, Gideon wants power, be it power over people, over Mabel, over the town, over his enemies; most of all, he wants the power that he believes the Journals can grant him, intending to rule Gravity Falls with Mabel as his queen. When deprived of his amulet, he is content with achieving this by humiliating Stan, at least for a time. However, when the chance for ultimate power looms, he will go to any lengths to achieve it, and his megalomania can make him extremely spontaneous and reckless: though he makes extensive use of Journal 2 as a source of magical information, he proves to be exceptionally ambitious and purposeful to pay any heed to the Author's stern warning not to summon Bill.

Biography

Season 1

Gideon tired on one of his shows.

First introduced in the episode "The Hand That Rocks The Mabel", Li'l Gideon first comes to Dipper and Mabel's attention when they both witness a television commercial promoting the "Tent of Telepathy", claiming that the owner of the tent possesses psychic powers. Despite the fact that Grunkle Stan forbids them from going due to Gideon being a rival business competitor, the twins and Soos visit the tent anyway to test the psychic's authenticity. Unsurprisingly, Gideon is a con artist, but clearly too charismatic for most of the audience to tell.

However, during the show, Gideon notices Mabel in the audience and visits her the next morning, asking if she wants to join him at his dressing room to perform makeovers, an offer which Mabel accepts. Eventually, however, Gideon expresses his love for Mabel, stating that he wants to be more than just friends; Mabel doesn't quite feel the same for him, but reluctantly agrees to accompany him on a date - on the condition that it's just the one. At a local restaurant, however, Gideon (with the help of a macaw) proposes another date with all other diners spectating, leaving Mabel no choice but to accept. Stan, disapproving of the apparent relationship, decides to talk to Gideon's father in an attempt to call the whole thing off; unfortunately, Bud Gleeful bribes Stan with a large sum of money in exchange for encouraging the relationship between Gideon and Mabel.

Gideon tries to kill Dipper.

Dipper soon realizes that Mabel is starting to crack under the pressure of not being able to refuse Gideon's advances, and offers to break up with him on her behalf. Although Gideon manages to suppress his anger during the meeting, he is convinced that Dipper is attempting to sabotage their relationship and begins to plot his revenge. Bribing Toby Determined with Shandra Jimenez's phone number, he gets Toby to send Dipper on a wild goose chase to Gideon's factory: it's soon revealed that Gideon has a powerful amulet that actually grants him real psychic powers - most prominently telekinesis - and uses this in an attempt on Dipper's life. However, Mabel soon arrives at the factory, and breaks up with Gideon in disgust; for good measure, she not only defeats him with his own amulet, but shatters it soon after so that he can never misuse its power again.

Afterwards, Gideon is seen plotting his revenge with a wooden play-set of the Mystery Shack, complete with miniature versions of Dipper, Mabel, and Grunkle Stan. It is then revealed that he owns another one of the mysterious journals, but this one is marked with the number two, instead of three.

Gideon makes his next appearance in "Irrational Treasure". He dresses up as a tomato farmer (as he puts it: "A humble tomato farmer, selling his wares!") on Pioneer Day and takes the opportunity to throw tomatoes at Stan after he's been put in the stocks for the day. He is also the main antagonist of the episode "Little Dipper", where he manages to obtain Dipper's size-changing device and plans to use it in order to take revenge on Stan; however, he is ultimately foiled by the shrunken Dipper and Mabel when they tickle him, allowing Stan to casually roll him out of the Mystery Shack.

After spending the last few episodes either harmless or easily foiled, he returns to the role of a main antagonist in the episode "Dreamscaperers", in which he summons Bill Cipher in order to learn the combination to Stan's safe and steal the deeds to the Mystery Shack, promising an unspecified favor in return. After infiltrating Stan's mind, Bill is nearly successful in getting the combination, but loses it thanks to the interference of Soos and Mabel, leaving Gideon to call off the deal in a huff. Though Bill automatically attempts revenge, Dipper, Mabel and Soos are able to outmatch him just long enough for him to call a stalemate and leave; exiting the mindscape, the three of them celebrate with Stan - only to discover that Gideon has resorted to blowing open the safe with dynamite and stealing the deed. Now victorious, he uses his ownership of the deed to force the Pines out of the house, and for good measure has Bud Gleeful destroy the Mystery Shack's sign with a wrecking ball, the episode ending on a cliffhanger.

Gideon angry towards Stan Pines at the Mystery Shack.

In the season 1 finale episode "Gideon Rises", he has completely taken over the Mystery Shack, publicly claiming he plans to remodel it as "Gideon Land." However he really intends to find the first Journal, which he believes is hidden somewhere on the property. After trying and failing to convince the townsfolk that Gideon is a fraud, Dipper tries to call in the Gnomes against him, but Gideon is able to tame them with a powerful whistle and force the Gnomes to carry Dipper and Mabel away. Worse still, Gideon discovers the Journal in Dipper's possession, and gladly takes it for himself, mocking Dipper over his perceived inability to do anything without the book's advice. With Stan now living at Soos's house and unable to support the twins, Dipper and Mabel have no choice but to take a bus back to Piedmont. However, after realizing that the Journal he took from Dipper is the third and not the first as he assumed, Gideon is enraged: believing that the books are a means to open a gateway to ultimate power, he needs all three of them in order to achieve total control over Gravity Falls. Assuming that Dipper has the first Journal - and having commissioned a giant motion capture-controlled robot from Old Man McGucket - he takes control of the Gideon Robot and sets off after the bus in an attempt to capture the Pines Twins.

Gideon controlling his Gideon Bot.

Though Soos (posing as the bus driver) is able to avoid Gideon for a time, Mabel ends up getting captured by the robot, leaving Dipper behind. Initially believing Gideon's earlier insult, Dipper comes close to giving up altogether, but then charges the robot, smashing through its control room windows and attacking Gideon himself. However, since the robot is motion capture-controlled, the struggle between Gideon and Dipper ultimately sends it plummeting off the edge of a cliff; fortunately, Dipper and Mabel survive thanks to Mabel's grappling hook, and Gideon is able to escape unharmed despite the damage to the robot. With a crowd flocking to the scene to investigate the chaos, he immediately tries to get Sheriff and Deputy Blubs and Durland to arrest the twins, but Stan arrives with evidence confirming that Gideon's psychic abilities are fake: the buttons he'd been giving out were really secret cameras, allowing him to spy on the townsfolk and learn enough details of their private lives to convince them he was really capable of reading minds. With Gideon now unveiled as a fraud, the citizens of Gravity Falls turn on him, and Blubs and Durland place Gideon under arrest "for conspiracy, fraud, and 'breaking our hearts'." While being carried away by the police cruiser, Gideon swears revenge on the Pines Family, promising to be back one day. In the meantime, Stan moves back into the Mystery Shack with the twins in tow - and is revealed to be the owner of Journal #1, and with Dipper and Gideon's Journals in his possession, he now has everything he needs to begin work on the dimensional gateway hidden under the shack.

Season 2

Gideon next appears in prison during the season 2 premiere, where he notices the unusual phenomena kicked off by Stan's work on the portal.

Gideon in prison.

He reappears in "The Stanchurian Candidate", this time secretly orchestrating Bud Gleeful's election bid for the post of Mayor; despite still being imprisoned and under heavy guard, he is able to communicate with his father via a video screen, and clearly hopes to receive a full pardon in the event that Bud wins. However, when Stan begins an election campaign of his own, Bud finds himself outmatched in the debating field, though only because Dipper and Mabel are correcting Stan's approach via mind control; unwilling to see his chance for freedom slip through his fingers, Gideon is forced to make use of a spell he stole from the second Journal (hidden in his hair up until now) and possess Bud's body. He first uses this spell to give Bud an easy win at the final debate of the election, and then to capture both Dipper and Mabel, arranging to blow them up with dynamite; however, Stan is able to rescue them, and in the chaos that follows, Bud loses the election and the Journal page is destroyed. Though apparently defeated, during the end credits, Gideon reveals that he is hiding a summoning circle for Bill Cipher in his cell; completing the circle, he claims he's ready to make a deal - essentially offering his services as Cipher's minion.

Sheriff Gideon

When Bill's plan to enter reality succeeds in "Weirdmageddon: Part 1", he arranges for Gideon to be broken out of prison to serve as the sheriff of Gravity Falls and the guardian of Mabel's prison bubble - granting him all of eternity to get Mabel to love him. Having befriended most of his fellow prisoners, he also has a gang of his own, complete with monster trucks. When Dipper and Wendy attempt to steal a car from Bud Gleeful's dealership, they are immediately confronted by Gideon's gang; however, Wendy is able to steal the key to the prison bubble from Gideon and lead them on a wild chase through post-apocalyptic Gravity Falls, and though they eventually succeeded in surrounding them, Dipper manages to convince Gideon that he'll never be able to force Mabel to love him. Despite knowing full well that defying Bill will mean facing his wrath, he nonetheless decides to let Dipper free Mabel, and drives off with the rest of the gang to buy him and the others some time in a battle with Bill.

In "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape from Reality", Bill learns of Gideon's betrayal but is largely unmoved by it, believing that the bubble will simply trap anyone attempting to rescue Mabel from it. Nonetheless, he orders the Henchmaniacs to fetch Gideon for punishment - though Gideon himself is not seen at any point in the episode.

In the series finale "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back the Falls", Gideon is locked in a birdcage while his gang members are petrified and added to Bill's throne of human agony; for good measure, he then is forced to do a cute dance against his will for Bill's pleasure - until Dipper and Mabel arrive in the Shacktron to free him and the other petrified victims. Ultimately, Gideon stays behind in the Fearamid to help Dipper, Mabel and their friends to stop Bill, proving instrumental in forming the Zodiac Wheel that Ford Pines believes will be able to stop Bill once and for all; unfortunately, an argument between Stan and Ford results in Bill ambushing the group, destroying the wheel and transforming everyone except the Pines family into tapestries for his palace. Fortunately, Stan and Ford are able to defeat Bill by tricking him into entering Stan's mind while Ford uses the Memory Eraser to wipe his brain, effectively destroying Bill with all his memories.

A redeemed Gideon.

Following Bill's death, Gideon and the others are turned back to normal and the damage done by Weirdmageddon is reversed, much to the relief of all parties concerned. Gideon and his family later attend Dipper and Mabel's 13th birthday party, and Gideon admits that he's changed for the better. However, he still maintains a notably vindictive streak: when he's shown trying to ride on a skateboard, one kid makes fun of him, and an offended Gideon sends his gang members to beat up the kid in retaliation.

Quotes

Face it, kid! You're nothing without that Journal! How are you gonna fight that? No muscles, no brains. What are you gonna do, huh? What are you gonna do?
~ Li'l Gideon to Dipper.
The entire Pines family have invoked my fury! You will all pay recompense for your transgressions!
~ Gideon starts his hatred towards the Pines family.
I could buy and sell you, old man!
~ Gideon to Bud.
Zombie attack? Never works, they don't take orders. Blood rain? Ew, mess up my suit, (chuckles) no thank you. Demon Caterpillars? DRAT! There must be a perfect way to exact vengeance on the Pines family. It's not enough to harm 'em, I need to take something from them. Something that'll give me ultimate power. Wait, of course! It's perfect...
~ Gideon has a new plan to take over the Mystery Shack.
You mark my words, Stanford, one day I'm gonna get that combination. And once I steal that deed, you'll never see the Mystery Shack again!
~ Gideon vows to have his revenge on Stan.
Your brain isn't as safe as you might think, Stanford Pines! This is the last straw! It's time to unlock the journal's greatest secret...
~ Gideon about to summon Bill Cipher.
The deal's off! (Bill: Wa-wait! No! Wait!) I'm switchin' to plan B!
~ Gideon calls off the deal with Bill.
Listen to me, demon! I have a job for you. I need you to enter the mind of Stanford Pines and steal the code to his safe.
~ Gideon about to strike a deal with Bill.
Minor setback? Minor setback!? You listen daddy and you'll listen good. Prison is a nightmare! I eat the same slop everyday! They have no hair products in here! I can't sleep 'cause my cellmate took my pillow for a wife! You think I've been having fun in here?!
~ Gideon contacts with Bud from prison.
I'm finally ready to make a deal.
~ Gideon is about to strike another deal with Bill.
Hmm, magic, you say? Well, maybe it's time to fight fire with fire! I've been saving this for a long time! I've been waiting for the right moment.
~ Gideon uses his spells to possess Bud.
At least just give me a chance. Mabel, will you do me the honor of going on a date with me?
~ Gideon asks Mabel for a date.
Don't you want this evenin' to last, my sweet?
~ Gideon expresses his love for Mabel.
Mabel, when I'm up here lookin' down on all those little ol' people, I feel like I'm king of all I survey. I guess that makes you my queen!
~ Gideon to Mabel.
Dipper Pines, you don't know what you've done! You've just made the biggest mistake of your life!
~ Gideon vows to kill Dipper.
LIAR! YOU turned her against me! She was my peach dumplin'!
~ Gideon tries to kill Dipper.
Gideon, I still love you. If only my family weren't in the way. Look at me. I'm old, and I'm smelly. Hey, what are you gonna do without your precious amulet? (Regular voice:) Oh you'll see boy... You'll see...
~ Gideon vows to have his revenge on the Pines family.
Oh, howdy Stanford! Listen closely. Inside this jar I have 1000 Cursed Egyptian super termites. Hand over the deed to your property or I'll smash this jar with a bat, and they'll devour this shack with you inside!
~ Gideon in one of his attempts to defeat Stan.
Nooo! It's not just about revenge. I want that shack, the physical. Buildin'. (Bud: But why?) Because it holds a secret you couldn't possibly imagine.
~ Gideon reveals his true motives.
Spoiler alert, Stanford! I've got the deed! The Mystery Shack belongs to me! So get out of my property! Daddy? Bring it around the front.
~ Gideon taking over the Mystery Shack and rising to power.
No! No! Watch the hair! You can't do this to me! Y'all are sheep! You need me! I'll be back! You'll hear from my lawyers!
~ Gideon's defeat.
Ma' old pal Bill figured you might try to rescue Mabel. So he appointed me, master of these wastelands, and keeper of the bubble! My sweet precious Mabel's trapped inside and I HAVE THE ONLY KEY! Wrapped around my... well I wouldn't call it a neck exactly, wrapped around this little pocket of fat under ma' head? (Dipper: Gideon, you have no right to keep her in there!) Bill explained it to me nice and simple: she was always destined to be mine! And now that I have her in a cage she'll learn to love me! I have an eternity to wait! Ghost-Eyes! Ready to escort our friends to Bill's dungeon?
~ Gideon to Dipper.
SHE LOVES ME! She just doesn't know it yet. Now quit the philosophy.
~ Gideon about Mabel.
Ha! Weirdness bubbles blockin' the path! WOOOOWEE we got 'em now.
~ Gideon.
Wooowee. I dare say y'all almost had the jump on me there for a second. But this ain't your Gravity Falls anymore! Out here, I win. Bill's henchbats will be here any minute to retrieve y'all. MABEL'S MINE NOW! Hahahaha!
~ Gideon.
Well, yeah. I have her trapped, ergo, Mabel is MINE!
~ Gideon.
Oh, I'm worthy o' lovin'! These prisoners love me!
~ Gideon gloating.
(Dipper: Look inside, Gideon. If all this is for Mabel, then ask yourself what Mabel would want you to do.) Dipper. Will you tell her what I did?
~ Gideon showing his remorse.
I hope you're right about this. Guys, new plan! Bill's minions are gonna be on us in seconds. But I'm not gonna let that dumb triangle be the warden o' me! Y'all ready for a good old fashioned prison brawl?
~ Gideon Gleeful.
Thanks to y'all savin' us, I'm gonna learn to open my heart to kindness. No more evil-doin'. From now on, I'm gonna try to be Li'l Gideon, regular ol' kid.
~ Gideon in the series finale.


Trivia

  • It's unknown why Gideon was send to an adult prison rather than the juvie, as he is technically a minor.
  • Despite being the secondary antagonist, Gideon only appears in 11 episodes, four of which he doesn't even do anything villainous in.
  • Gideon's first and last name are a pun on the phrase "giddy and gleeful". The name "Gideon" also means "destroyer". Gideon's first name also means "feller of trees", which is interesting since he has a rivalry with a family whose last name is Pines.

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Vandevere | Neils Skellig | Rufus Sorghum | Jafar (2019) | Iago (2019) | Cave of Wonders (2019) | Scar (2019) | Hyena Clan (2019) (Shenzi, Kamari & Azizi) | Queen Ingrith | Gerda | Borra | Rat (2019) | Devon & Rex | Isaac | Emperor Sheev Palpatine | Allegiant General Pryde | Chesille Sabrond | Chandra | Artemis Fowl | Opal Koboi | Briar Cudgeon | Troll | Princess January | Aaron Burr | Thomas Jefferson | James Madison | James Reynolds | King George III | Bori Khan | Hun Army (Xian Lang) | Cruella De Vil (2021) | Jasper and Horace (2021) | Baroness von Hellman | Prince Joachim | Lope de Aguirre

Other Animated Movies
Br'er Fox & Br'er Bear | Giant Magnet | Evil Clown | Judge Doom | Toon Patrol (Smartass, Greasy, Psycho, Wheezy & Stupid) | Merlock | Dijon | Aunt Sponge | Aunt Spiker | Rhino | Skeleton Pirates | Shark | Bill Bluff | BluffCo Industries (Guy Graham, Bob & Bluff Agents) | Phillium Benedict | Anti-Recess Legion (Kojak, Fenwick, Anti-Recess Agents, Anti-Recess Ninjas, Anti-Recess Scientists, Agent Henderson, Agent Smithson, Agent Underville, Agent Franklin, Agent Morrisey, Agent Goodman, Dr. Rosenthal, Dr. Lazenby & Dr. Steinheimer) | Gelman | Gloomius Maximus | Dr. Ivan Krank | Clarabelle Cow | Von Talon | Cufflingk and Underlingk | Kazar | Wildebeests (Blag) | Scab and Scraw | Charlie Anna | Nalini, Padmini and Sunithia | Chhainu | Vidia | Jacob Marley | Old Joe | Supervisor | Duryodhan | Mr. Whiskers | Shelley | Were-Rat | Sea Monkeys | Mr. Burgermeister | Ripslinger | Ned and Zed | Zarina

Direct-to-video/Disneytoon Studios Sequels/Disney+ Originals
Abis Mal | Abis Mal's Thugs | Sa'Luk | Forty Thieves | Maestro Forte | Jesters | Zira | Outsiders (Nuka & Vitani) | Mack McCro | Jim Bob | Supreme Commander | Morgana | Undertow | Cloak & Dagger | Bradley Uppercrust III | Tank | The Gammas | Buster | Sarousch | Pom-Pom | Jacques von Hämsterviel | Erik Hellstrom | Ashton Carnaby | Edgar Volgud | Krakken | Lil' Lightning | Bandits | Mama Gunda | Uto & Kago | Marina Del Rey | Cad Spinner | Orson | Sweet Pete | Captain Putty | Jimmy the Polar Bear | Bob the Viking | Bjornson the Cheesemonger

Animated Television
Flintheart Glomgold | Magica De Spell | Beagle Boys (Ma Beagle) | Stan and Heff | Fat Cat's Gang (Fat Cat) | Norton Nimnul | Aldrin Klordane | Baby Thaddeus | Ratso Ratzkiwatzki | Evil Manta | The Sorceress | Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp | Mozenrath | Mirage | Mechanicles | The Collector (Bonkers) | Demona | David Xanatos | Kent Powers | Henry Villanova | The Green-Eyed Monster of Jealousy | Ivy DeVil | Judge Dimsdale De Vil | Gelman | Tad White | James Stone | Dr. Slicer | Gilda | Mayor Phillip Fitzhugh | SAL 3000 | DeSilvo | Earl Raymond | Cousin Zeke | Al Roker | Chuckles | Skeleton King | The Formless | Mandarin | Valeena | Dark Ones (Dark One Worm) | Huntsman | Huntsgirl | Dark Dragon | Dr. Bedlam | Heinz Doofenshmirtz | Norm | Vanessa Doofenshmirtz | Lucius Heinous VII | Brad Buttowski | Brianna Buttowski | Harold Buttowski | Brick Bristol | Bill Cipher | Li'l Gideon | Stanley Pines | Abraham Kane | Donald Duck's Raw Anger | Jordan Buttsquat | Suzi | Lord Dominator | Lord Hater | Commander Peepers | Rippen | Toffee | Ludo | Meteora Butterfly | Mina Loveberry | Solaria Butterfly | Tom Lucitor | Commander Heist | Lazlo | Zhan Tiri | Lady Caine | Varian | King Edmund | Cassandra | Bradford Buzzard | Flintheart Glomgold (2017) | Magica De Spell (2017) | General Lunaris | Obake | Diane Amara | Noodle Burger Boy | Globby | Chris | High Voltage | Baron Von Steamer | Momakase | Mel Meyer | Mad Jacks | Trina | Hardlight | Chip Whistler | Gwendolyn Zapp | Hunter De Vil | Cuddles | Clarissa Corgi | Portia Poodle | Canal Crew (Fergus, Sid Squirrel & Big Fee) | Bessie the Cornish Cow | King Andrias | Captain Grime | Sasha Waybright | The Core | King Aldrich | Emperor Belos | Hunter | Lilith Clawthorne | The Collector (The Owl House) | Infinity Ultron | The Ghost Council | The Chairman | The Barrister Ghosts

Live-Action TV
Miss Hendra | Victoria Kayne | Gorog | Dominic | Evil Alex | Dr. Evilini | The Mummy | Ronald Longcape Jr. | Penelope | Kaita | Lanny Parker | King Kalakai/Yamakoshi | Zadoc | Farhog the Fierce | Lexi Reed | Susan Skidmore | Sally Jensen | Sensei Ty | Rhoda Chesterfield | Creepy Connie Thompson | Darla Shannon | Madeline | Bryn Beitbart | McD | Brooke | Victor Krane | Douglas Davenport | Marcus Davenport | Giselle Vickers | Taylor Krane | Sebastian Krane | Principal Perry | Ludmila Ferró | Jade & Matias LaFontaine | Gregorio Casal | Gery López | Priscila Ferró | Clément Galán | Esmeralda Di Pietro | Milton Vinicius | Crash Bernstein | Helga Rooney | Missy Bradford | Dawn Buckets | Laughy Cat | Brad & Brads | Agent Johnson | Brett Willis | Zane Willis | Mitch Bishop | Janet Smythe | Sebastian | Cyd Ripley | Gladys | Hazel Swearengen | Dr. Sharon Chen | Ámbar Smith | Sharon Benson | Rey Gutiérrez | Benicio | Red Sharks (Gary López) | Emilia | Ramiro Ponce | Matteo Balsano

Literature
King Nicholas

Video Games
Mizrabel | Oswald Gardner | Admiral Evar | Cogs | Herbert P. Bear | Atticus Thorn | Foxy Loxy | Goosey Loosey | Jolly Roger | Shadow Blot | False Shadow Blot

Shorts
Peg Leg Pete | Kat Nipp | Old Man Tree | Skeletons | Grim Reaper | Mad Doctor | Demon Cats | Gustav the Giant | Lonesome Ghosts | H. U. Hennessy | Witch | Pluto's Devil | Ben Buzzard | Zeke Midas Wolf | Izzy Wolf | The Three Little Wolves | Boogeymen | Captain Katt | Mortimer Mouse | Butch the Bulldog | Foxy Loxy | Ajax Gorilla | Beppo Gorilla | Witch Hazel | Adolf Hitler | Nazi School Teacher | Little Hans | Julius | Dr. Frankenollie | Grace Goodwin | Molly

Comics
Phantom Blot | Trudy Van Tubb | Doctor Vulter | Solego the Chaos God | Arpine Lusène | Monsieur Molay | Azure Blue | Lawyer Sharky | Eli Squinch | Sylvester Shyster | Fantomius | Inquinator | Spectrus | Raghor | Zafire | Newton | The Raider | Emil Eagle | Sr. X | X-1, X-2 and X-3 | Professor Nefarious | Fliplip, Sidney and Armadillo | Neighbor Jones | Anacleto Faina | Anacleto Mitragli | Beagle Boys | Ottoperotto

Manga
Ansem, Seeker of Darkness | Xemnas

Attractions
Alien | Lava Monster | Mara | Mad Hatter | Nebula Ghosts | Professor J.T. Wu | S.I.R. | Yeti (Expedition Everest) | Yeti (Matterhorn Bobsleds)

See Also
101 Dalmatians Villains | 2010 Marvel Animated Universe Villains | 20th Century Studios Villains | A Twisted Tale Villains | Air Bud Villains | Aladdin Villains | Alice in Wonderland Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | American Dragon Jake Long Villains | Amphibia Villains | Artemis Fowl Villains | Atlantis Villains | Beauty and the Beast Villains | Big Hero 6 Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Villains | Camp Lakebottom Villains | Cars Villains | Chip 'N' Dale: Rescue Rangers Villains | Cinderella Villains | Club Penguin Villains | Darkwing Duck Villains | Descendants Villains | Disney Chills Villains | Disney Infinity Villains | DuckTales Villains | Fantasia Villains | Fillmore! Villains | Frankenstein Villains | Frozen Villains | FX Villains | Gargoyles Villains | Gravity Falls Villains | Halloweentown Villains | Hamilton Villains | Haunted Mansion Villains | Hercules Villains | Ice Age Villains | Incredibles Villains | Jack London Villains | Jerry Bruckheimer Villains | Jimmy Two-Shoes Villains | Kim Possible Villains | Kingdom Hearts Villains | Lilo & Stitch Villains | Little Einsteins Villains | Lucasfilm Villains | Marvel Animated Movie Universe Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Medfield College Villains | Mighty Ducks Villains | Milo Murphy's Law Villains | Monsters, Inc. Villains | Mulan Villains | Muppet Villains | Narnia Villains | New Mutants Villains | Once Upon A Time Villains | Peter Pan Villains | Phineas and Ferb Villains | Pinocchio Villains | Pirates of the Caribbean Villains | Pixar Villains | Quack Pack Villains | Randy Cunningham Villains | Recess Villains | Robin Hood Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Sleeping Beauty Villains | Snow White Villains | Sofia the First Villains | Star Wars Villains | Star vs. the Forces of Evil Villains | Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Villains | Tangled Villains | Tarzan Villains | The Emperor's New Groove Villains | The Ghost and Molly McGee Villains | The Hunchback of Notre Dame Villains | The Jungle Book Villains | The Lion King Villains | The Little Mermaid Villains | The Owl House Villains | The Princess and the Frog Villains | The Princess Diaries Villains | The Proud Family Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Toy Story Villains | Treasure Planet Villains | Tron Villains | Wander Over Yonder Villains | Winnie the Pooh Villains | Wreck-It Ralph Villains | X-Men Movie Villains | Yin Yang Yo! Villains | Zootopia Villains

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Creatures
Bill Cipher | Jeff | Gnomes | Wax Figures | Rumble McSkirmish | Summerween Trickster | Gremloblin | Island Head Beast | Zombie Horde | Shape Shifter | Lilliputtians | .GIFfany | Hand Witch | Clay Monsters | Probabilitor the Annoying | Darlene | 8 Ball | Kryptos | Xanthar | Teeth | Keyhole | Hectorgon | Amorphous Shape | Pyronica | Paci-Fire | Lava Lamp Shaped Creature | Eye-Bats | Horrifying Sweaty One-Armed Monstrosity | Dippy Fresh | Mr. Whats-His-Face

Residents
Li'l Gideon | Stanley Pines | Fiddleford McGucket | Ma & Pa Duskerton | Blind Ivan | Blind Eye Society | Lumberjack Ghost | Nathaniel Northwest | Preston Northwest | Priscilla Northwest | Agents Powers and Trigger

Other
Blendin Blandin | Time Baby | Purple Spy | Anti-Mabel

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