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The thing that no one wants to admit is that most people want things to happen to them. We tell each other lies about the fight for free will and independence, but we don't really want that. We want to be told how to live and then die when we are not looking. People want oblivion and a few of us are born to build it for them. So here I am, their Invisible God..., sneaking under their skin.
~ Lyutsifer Safin to Bond about his motives.

Dr. Lyutsifer Safin (Russian: Люцифер Сафин) is the main antagonist of the 2021 James Bond film No Time to Die, Daniel Craig's final film as the titular character. He was also briefly mentioned in the previous installment Spectre.

He is a sinister and elusive bioterrorist whose family originally worked as poison manufacturers for Spectre until their leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld ordered the murders, leaving Safin as the sole survivor and leading him to pursue a campaign of revenge against the organization.

In his crusade, he sought to acquire Project Heracles, a programmable bioweapon made by MI6 which he reverse-engineers and mass produces into a virus that toxifies the DNA of its targets and anyone related to them with nanobots, and use it to initiate a new world order by unleashing Heracles in order to enact the systematic murder of millions.

He was portrayed by Rami Malek, who also played Tahno in The Legend of Korra and Joshua Washington in Until Dawn.

Biography

Origins

Safin's family is killed in a chemical attack launched by Spectre, which he was the sole survivor of.

Safin started out as one of the children of Gostan Safin, who was a toxicologist working for Spectre by supplying them with poisons, working at an island manufacturing facility dubbed “The Poison Garden" under Mr. White. However, Spectre wanted to seize control of the island and facility for themselves, and one day, Blofeld ordered Mr. White to poison Safin's family by botulism, a rare toxin of vegetative origin during a banquet in their supposed honor. Though Safin was spared, he was left facially disfigured and traumatized by the deaths of his family members. As such, he became determined to get revenge against Spectre for killing his family. Determined to ensure that the entire organisation must be destroyed and that all of its members (including Blofeld and White) must die, Safin grew up to become a wanted terrorist.

In 1998, he located Mr. White's house in Norway and arrived with the intent to kill him, but instead he found Mr. White's ex-wife and murders her in front of her young daughter Madeleine. To protect herself, Madeleine grabbed a gun and shot Safin multiple times, cracking his mask, although his bulletproof vest saved his life. Safin awoke and chased Madeleine as she was attempting to dispose of his body. She fled and ended up falling into a frozen lake. Safin took pity on her, however, and saved her by shooting the ice so it would crack and she could swim to safety.

In 2015, Safin learned that Mr. White had committed suicide after quitting Spectre, and that former MI6 agent James Bond (with the help from a grown-up Madeleine) has gotten Blofeld arrested and imprisoned for his crimes against humanity. Despite this, Safin refused to give up his goal for revenge, knowing fully well that Spectre would still remain active in spite of Blofeld's incarceration. As such, Safin studied Bond's history and planned to use it against him.

Eliminating Spectre

Five years later, Safin allies himself with treacherous MI6 scientist Valdo Obruchev, who has created a bioweapon called Project Heracles that, upon touch, poisons the target with nanobots programmed to their genetic code, killing them and anyone who shares their DNA. As part of Safin's plan, Obruchev arranges to be kidnapped by Primo and several Spectre agents, intending to use Project Heracles to free Blofeld from custody, kill Bond, and take over the world. Unbeknownst to Spectre, however, Safin plans to use the bioweapon to kill Blofeld and his organization's entire membership.

Upon hearing about Obruchev's kidnapping and that he will be forced to attend a Spectre meeting in Cuba to discuss plans for the nanobots, Bond, along with CIA agents Felix Leiter, Logan Ash and Paloma infiltrate into the meeting to rescue Obruchev, only to end up being trapped by the Spectre members. Blofeld, who is leading the meeting through a bionic eye to see and communicate while still remaining in MI6 custody, orders for Bond to be murdered with the nanobots. However, Obruchev reprograms the nanobots (per Safin's orders) to murder all of the Spectre members (including Dr. Vogel, Moreau, Abrika, Valerian, and Marshall) instead, something which no one (not even Bond and Blofeld himself) had expected. Even Ash is revealed to be in league with Safin as he murders Leiter before escaping with Obruchev and recruiting Primo (who escaped away from being murdered by the nanobots) to work for Safin.

When Bond goes in to interrogate Blofeld, Safin personally confronts and blackmails Madeleine into poisoning Blofeld, whom she treats in prison. Upon meeting Madeleine, whom he has not seen since ending their relationship five years earlier, Bond touches her and unknowingly infects himself before Madeleine leaves the room. When Bond interrogates Blofeld, the latter reveals that he tricked Bond into believing that Madeleine had betrayed him, as part of his vendetta against Bond. Enraged, Bond attacks Blofeld, which allows the nanobots to infect and murder Blofeld just as Safin planned for, something which a horrified Bond didn't expect. Upon learning that he was infected with the nanobots that caused Blofeld's death, Bond confronts Madeleine, who informs him about Safin's past and actions, and that she has a five-year-old daughter named Mathilde, who also happens to be Bond's daughter.

Confronting Bond

Having succeeded in murdering Blofeld and destroying Spectre, Safin makes his next move by sending Ash and several of their men to kidnap Bond, Madeleine, and Mathilde. Though Bond kills Ash and several of Safin's men, Safin succeeds in kidnapping Madeleine and Mathilde, taking them to his island base via helicopter. Giving an escort to a place called the Poison Garden where his father created toxins for Spectre, Safin takes Mathilde prisoner while having Primo hold Madeleine in a different cell. Upon heading over to the base with MI6 agent Nomi, Bond soon learns that Safin has converted the base into a nanobot factory where he is having Obruchev to create millions of nanobots for his next plot: to kill millions of people and create a new world order.

Bond and Nomi infiltrate Safin's base, killing several of Safin's men, while Madeleine escapes her cell. In a rare moment of compassion, Safin lets Mathilde go free and waits for Bond's next move. After Bond and Madeleine rescue Mathilde while Nomi kills Obruchev by kicking him in a toxic acid pool, Bond helps Nomi, Madeleine and Mathilde escape on a boat while he stays behind to open the island's missile silos so that the British Navy can launch a missile strike to destroy the base with the nanobots inside. Bond manages to kill Primo and the rest of Safin's men before heading to the control console to open the silos. However, before Bond can escape, Safin closes the silos, prompting Bond to go back to the control console to re-open them. However, Safin ambushes Bond, shooting him while he is en-route at the Poison Garden.

Death

Before Bond breaks his arm, Safin and Bond engage in a brawl, in which Safin once again infects Bond with nanobots, this time programmed to the genetic codes of Madeleine and Mathilde. Safin taunts Bond that even if he escapes, Madeleine and Mathilde will both die if he ever touches them again. Bond picks up a pistol and kills Safin by shooting him in the face three times, right before re-opening the silo doors.

Deciding that Swann and Mathilde's lives are more valuable than his own, Bond decides to remain behind and explains the situation to Madeleine via radio before bidding goodbye to her and Mathilde. Bond then accepts his fate perishing to his death in the missile strike that destroys the entire base with all the nanobots inside, thus foiling Safin's plot and bringing full closure for all the pain and suffering that Blofeld inflicted against the world.

As such, even in death and with his plot foiled, Safin has succeeded in the one thing that no one - not even the deceased Blofeld himself - could ever accomplish: killing James Bond. Nevertheless, Bond's memory is honored by M, Nomi, Q, Moneypenny and Bill Tanner back in MI6 for his heroic sacrifice, while Swann takes Mathilde to Matera, where she tells her about her father's legacy, leaving Safin's efforts in vain.

Appearance

Safin is a handsome, tall, slim and young-looking man with fair skin, thick black hair and dark brown eyes. His face is notably covered with chemical burns from Mr. White's dioxin attack on his family. In his youth, he hid this with a white Noh mask depicting a blank facial expression.

He appears to have a rather expensive and elegant fashion sense as well, with his most advertised outfit being his navy-blue long kimono with charcoal tunic and trousers underneath it.

Personality

A powerful terrorist mastermind, Safin is the most dangerous enemy Bond ever faced. His ultimate plan is to create a new world order by using the Heracles bioweapon to kill millions of people.

Safin's most defining trait is his desire for revenge against Spectre, as their leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld ordered Mr. White to murder Safin's family. However, despite Safin's tragic backstory, it becomes less of a factor in his motivation. It's this trait that differentiates him from Bond completely: whereas Bond used the loss of his loved ones to prevent further pain and suffering of innocents in the hands of Spectre, Safin blamed his loss not just on Spectre, but society as a whole, finding the very concept of innocence to be redundant.

This was even apparent in the past when he murdered Mr. White's wife for the sole crime of having been married once to his family's killer, even though she had nothing to do with Mr. White's crimes. Even when after learning that Mr. White committed suicide out of remorse after quitting Spectre and that Blofeld was arrested afterwards, Safin refuses to give up his desire for revenge as he managed to have Blofeld and all the Spectre members murdered with the usage of the nanobots. By the time Spectre is completely wiped out, Safin's tragedy no longer holds up and is solely interested in fashioning himself as a deity determined to take over and rule the world for himself, making him just as despicable as Blofeld. Even Bond himself points out that while Safin's backstory may justify his successful plot in taking down Blofeld and all of Spectre, it doesn't justify his endgame in taking over the world by killing millions of innocents through the nanobots.

Despite his ruthless nature, Safin is not without a few redeemable qualities. Despite having murdered Swann's mother, Safin spared Swann in the moment by rescuing her from drowning in a frozen lake. While holding Bond and Swann's daughter Mathilde hostage, Safin gets bitten in the hand by Mathilde, but he willingly lets her go free rather than trying to hurt or kill her. However, this is somewhat undermined as he inputted both Swann and Mathilde's genetic codes in several nanobots that could kill them both if James ever made physical contact with them, rendering his care for them somewhat hollow.

Despite that, it could be also said that he at least has qualms against hurting or killing children directly because of deciding to not kill Mathilde and rescuing a young Madeleine from drowning, especially since he would have hurt both Bond and Madeleine even more by doing so. Additionally, even though it doesn't excuse his actions, Safin genuinely cared about his late family, as part of his motivation was to avenge them. However, his desire for vengeance and hunger for power proved to be so great that his care for them no longer became a factor for his motivation and only wanted to remake the world in his image as a god. Also, it should be noted that his plan will not only kill those related to Spectre, but many families, including children who had nothing to do with his tragedy, thus making his standards somewhat moot in the process.

Safin is also shown to be resourceful as he uses his own intelligence and skills to outsmart others. He is also very diabolical in nature as he intends to unleash the nanobots to kill millions of people and establish a new world order under his fists. Even before being defeated and shot to death by Bond, Safin manages to infect Bond with the nanobots that would kill Madeleine and Mathilde, forcing Bond to sacrifice himself in order to spare Madeleine and Mathilde.

Victims

  • Mrs. Swann (shot dead by Safin)
  • Spectre (dismantled)
    • Ernst Stavro Blofeld (infected with nanobots by an unknowing Bond)
    • Dr. Vogel (infected with nanobots by Obruchev)
    • Moreau (infected with nanobots by Obruchev)
    • Abrika (infected with nanobots by Obruchev)
    • Valerian (infected with nanobots by Obruchev)
    • Marshall (infected with nanobots by Obruchev)

Quotes

Safin: Welcome. James Bond… history of violence, license to kill, vendetta with Ernst Blofeld, in love with Madeleine Swann. I could be speaking to my own reflection.
Bond: We've made different choices.
Safin: No. We have visionary plans for the same goal, only your skills die with your body. Mine will survive long after I'm gone… and life is all about leaving something behind, isn't it?
~ Safin meeting Bond in person while holding Mathilde hostage.
We both eradicate people to make the world a better place. I just want to be a little… tidier. Without collateral. I want the world to evolve, yet you want it to stay the same. Let's face it… I've made you redundant.
~ Safin retorts to Bond's accusation of him playing God by accusing him of doing the same and explaining why he thinks he's better at it.
Simple choices, Mr. Bond. Like do you want to die in front of your daughter? Or do you want your daughter to die in front of you?
~ Safin threatening to kill Mathilde in front of Bond.
Safin: Quite the mess you've made, like an animal!
[Bond and Safin have a brief fight with Safin infecting Bond with nanobots. Bond later breaks Safin's hand.]
Safin: Now, we are both poisoned with heartbreak. Two heroes in a tragedy of our own making. Everyone we touch, we are their curse. A stroke to their cheek… a kiss… would kill them instantly. Yes… Madeleine. Yes… Mathilde. You made me do this, you see. This was your choice.
~ Safin's final words before being killed by Bond after infecting the latter with nanobots that would instantly kill Swann and Mathilde.

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Trivia

  • Producer Barbara Broccoli described the character as "the one that really gets under Bond's skin. He's a nasty piece of work.", while Malek described the character as someone who considers "himself as a hero almost in the same way that Bond is a hero". Fukunaga described Safin as "more dangerous than anyone Bond has ever encountered" and a "hyper-intelligent and worthy adversary".
  • Safin is fascinated with plants and botany, running a Poison Garden with various plants that have varying capabilities.
  • Prior to the film's release, some theorized that Safin could be the rebooted series' adaptation of Dr. Julius No due to the film's title. Although many of those who suggested this were merely joking, others genuinely believed this to be the case and that the film's title was supposed to be interpreted as a threat from Bond himself. Additionally, the two characters share similarities:
    • Both have a secretive island lair.
    • Both have extreme god complexes that are challenged by Bond.
    • Both villains are involved in biochemical warfare.
    • Both have injuries/scarring relating to a biohazardous accident.
    • Both villains wear clothing with a Japanese aesthetic; Safin wears a kimono, vaguely resembling Dr. No's nehru jacket. Additionally, Safin's mask is inspired by the Noh and Kabuki-style Japanese masks.
    • Additionally, in No Time to Die, Safin is referred to as "Doctor" by several of his subordinates, despite there being little evidence to suggest he is one. A popular theory was that Safin was Dr. No in an earlier draft of the film, although this was written out during reshoots that occurred in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic which resulted the film being delayed multiple times.
  • A limited number of Safin's mask replicas are available for sale on the official 007 store for £295.
  • Safin's first name is pronounced as Lucifer, better known as Satan, the ruler of Hell.
  • To date, Safin is the only villain in the entire 007 franchise to kill Bond (albeit indirectly), something that all the others in the past (including Blofeld, whom Safin also killed) have failed to do.
  • Safin's plot has been compared to the "World of Tomorrow" mission of HITMAN (2016), where Italian scientists Silvio Caruso and Francesca De Santis are assassinated while creating a DNA-specific virus similar to Heracles. IO Interactive, the studio behind the Hitman franchise, secured rights for a James Bond video game, Project 007.
    • His goals are also similar to the goals of the Syndicate from the Mission: Impossible franchise as both want to create a new world order by killing millions.
  • Rami Malek had to be aged with makeup to appear years older than Lea Seydoux, as in real life he is only four years older than her.

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Alejandro Sosa | Gaspar Gomez | George Sheffield | Ricardo | Edna Strickland | Kid Tannen | Cliff Tannen | Riff Tannen | Billy Yoder | Dr. Laura Sorkin | Miles Chadwick

See Also
9 Villains | Aardman Villains | Alfred Hitchcock Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Back to the Future Villains | Barbie Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Casper the Friendly Ghost Villains | Child's Play Villains | Cooties Villains | Cornetto Trilogy Villains | Despicable Me Villains | Doom Villains | Doctor Who Villains | Dracula Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Dr. Seuss Villains | Eastrail 177 Trilogy Villains | Farrelly Brothers Villains | Fast and the Furious Villains | Frankenstein Villains | Get Out Villains | Halloween Villains | Halloween Horror Nights Villains | Hannibal Villains | Hellboy Villains | House MD Villains | How to Train Your Dragon Villains | Howard the Duck Villains | Hulk Villains | Illumination Villains | ImageMovers Villains | Jason Bourne Villains | Johnny English Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Kick-Ass Villains | King Kong Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | Laika Villains | Law & Order Villains | League of Gentlemen Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Madagascar Villains | Mario Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Pacific Rim Villains | PBS Kids Villains | Rankin/Bass Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Scarface Villains | Scott Pilgrim Villains | She-Ra 2018 Villains | Shrek Villains | Sing Villains | Small Soldiers Villains | Snow White Villains | Studiocanal Villains | Syfy Villains | Tales of Arcadia Villains | Tarantinoverse Villains | The Addams Family Villains | The Boss Baby Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Invisible Man Villains | The Land Before Time Villains | The Mummy Villains | The Nut Job Villains | The Office Villains | The Purge Villains | The Secret Life of Pets Villains | Trainspotting Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Turbo Villains | Us Villains | VeggieTales Villains | Wallace and Gromit Villains | Warcraft Villains | Woody Woodpecker Villains

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Animated Features
Princess Yakusha | Blue Meanies (Chief Blue Meanie & Max) | Suckophant | Terrible Trivium | Ralph and Al | Lizard Leader | John | Blue | Michael Corleone | Carole | Angelo Corleone | Molly | Sauron | Saruman | Gollum | Durin's Bane | Gríma Wormtongue | Witch-king of Angmar | Nazgûl | Orcs | Fellbeasts | Von Rothbart | Odile | Jenner | Dragon | NIMH | King Haggard | Red Bull | Mommy Fortuna | Celaeno | Captain Cully | Dr. Boycott | Lynn Driver | William Harbottle | Under Secretary | Dr. Goodner | Ackland | Mok Swagger | The Demon | Schlepper Brothers | What's Her Face | Mutants | Satan | Evil Spirit | Vultor | Mr. Shadow | Radicals | Kanako | Claudia Furschtein | Klaus Furschtein | Sophie | Lord Maliss | Scowl the Owl & Batso the Bat | The Evil Queen | Flip | Nightmare King | Manta Ray | Carface Carruthers | Killer | Mean Street Dogs | Hellhound | Grand Duke of Owls | Hunch | Pinky | Frog Bouncers | Goblins (Prince Froglip, Goblin Queen & Goblin King) | Goblin Pets | The Swarm Lord | Drake | Leopard Seal | Red | King Wartlord | Vincent Volaju | Jacob Marley | Old Joe | Queen of Selenites | Emperor Maltazard | Ernest Davido | Darkos | King Malbert | Dr. Schadenfreude | Jaclyn | Scamper | Dr. Schadenfreude's Igor | Monsters | Brain | Dr. Glickenstein | Eva | Moriarty | Reggie and Ronnie | Lord Piggot-Dunceby | Willard Stenk | Mr. Collick | Willard Stenk's Accomplices | The Yeti Elder | Yeti Soldiers | Margaux Needler | Cyrus Strange

Live-Action Films
Wicked Witch of the West | Flying Monkeys | Winkie Guards | Wicked Witch of the East | Rhett Butler | India Wilkes | Curley | Messala | Humbert Humbert | Clare Quilty | Mrs. Iselin | Roger Furness | SPECTRE (Dr. Julius No, R.J. Dent, Miss Taro, Annabel Chung & Three Blind Mice) | Rosa Klebb | Kronsteen | Red Grant | Morzeny | Rhoda | Benz | SMERSH (Krilencu) | Auric Enterprises (Auric Goldfinger, Jill Masterson, Oddjob, Pussy Galore, Kisch, Mr. Ling, Mr. Solo, Jed Midnight & Jack Strap) | Flying Circus (Denise & Sydney) | Ernst Stavro Blofeld | Simone Clouseau | Charles Dreyfus | The Phantom/Sir Charles Lytton | Paul's Grandfather | Chico | Ramón Rojo | Miguel Rojo | Esteban Rojo | John Baxter | Capungo | Malness | Godzilla | Rodan | King Ghidorah | Emilio Largo | Fiona Volpe | Count Lippe | Angelo Palazzi | Colonel Jacques Bouvar | Quist | Vargas | Janni | Ricardo | El Indio | Groggy | Angel Eyes | Tuco | Corporal Wallace | Dr. Noah | Vesper Lynd | Le Chiffre | Mr. Osato | Helga Brandt | Hans | Adam Hart | Ratso Rizzo | Irma Bunt | Grunther | Felsen | Josef | Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd | Bambi and Thumper | Bertha Thompson | Big Bill Shelly | Rake Brown | Von Morton | Amafi | Wassa | Shimba | San Monique (Dr. Kananga, Tee Hee, Baron Samedi, Adam, Whisper, Dambala, Rosie Carver & Leroy) | Mr. Blue | Mr. Green | Mr. Grey | Mr. Brown | Hai Fat | Francisco Scaramanga | Nick Nack | Kra | The Ultimate Depravity (President Curval, The Duke of Blangis, Bishop & The Banker Durcet) | Billy Nolan | Carrie White | Chris Hargensen | Donna and Mary Lila Grace Thibodeau | Helen Shyres | Margaret White | Mortimer Snerds | Ralph White | Tina Blake | Stromberg Shipping Line (Karl Stromberg, Jaws, Liparus Captain, Liparus Crew, Naomi, Sandor, Professor Markovitz & Dr. Bechmann) | Mr. Chong | The French Connection | Pod People | Walter E. Kurtz | Bill Kilgore | Drax Industries (Hugo Drax & Chang) | Ramons (High Priest) | Alan Yates | Alan Yates' Crew (Jack Anders, Mark Tomaso & Faye Daniels) | Ya̧nomamö Tribe | Shamatari Tribe | Fu Manchu | Sador | Farmer Vincent | Jake LaMotta | Morgana le Fay | Mordred | John Lansdale's Severed Hand | Thetis | Calibos | Acrisius | Stygian Witches | Giant Scorpion | Calibos's Henchmen (Huntsman) | Medusa | Giant Vulture | Aris Kristatos | Emile Locque | Erich Kriegler | Hector Gonzales | Claus | Apostis | Burke | Susan Johnson | Burt Johnson | Poltergeists (Tree & Clown Doll) | Demons | Ligget County Sheriff Department (Will Teasle, Art Galt, Ward, Mitch Rogers, Balford & Shingleton) | Orval Kellerman | Clinton Morgan | Earl | Norma Cassidy | Rawley Wilkes | Octopus Cult (Octopussy, Magda, Kamal Khan, Gobinda, Mischka and Grischka & General Orlov) | Countess Chandra | Lieutenant Palmyra | Maximillian Largo | Fatima Blush | Scut Farkus | Grover Dill | Fukaire | Tax Collectors | Antonio Salieri | T-800 | Skynet | Ghoulies | Zorin Industries (Max Zorin, Scarpine, Hans Glaub, May Day, Jenny Flex, Pan Ho & Bob Conley) | The Countess | Stirba | Vlad | Mariana | Erle | Karen White | Bradford Whitewood Sr. | Bradford Whitewood Jr. | Reverend Henry Kane | Samson Tollet | Ray Sinclair | El Guapo | Bob Barnes | Bunny | Junior | Carlos Malfeitor | President Skroob | Dark Helmet | Pizza the Hutt | General Georgi Koskov | Brad Whitaker | Necros | Colonel Feyador | Imposter 00 Agent | OCP (Old Man, Richard Jones, Lt. Hedgecock & ED-209) | Clarence Boddicker | Emil Antonowsky | Leon Nash | Joe Cox | Steve Minh | Faith Stewart | Mary Lou Maloney | Grant Stayton III | Alan Santini | Queen Bavmorda | General Kael | Killer Klowns (Jumbo, Fatso, Shorty, Rudy, Slim, Spike, Bibbo, Chubby, Baby Killer Klowns, & Klownzilla) | Curtis Mooney | Pumpkinhead | Tony Russo | Connie Russo | Suette | Martin Thiel | Leslie Giles | Chucky | Eddie Caputo | Peddler | Damballa | Deputy Sheriff Clinton Pell | Peter Loew | Wavekrest Marine Research (Franz Sanchez, Sanchez Cartel, Milton Krest, Colonel Heller, William Truman-Lodge, Dario, Ed Killifer, Joe Butcher, Perez, Braun & Clive) | R. J. Fletcher | Robert "Bob" Patchett | Patrick Channing | Fred Frenger Junior | Dr. Juliette Faxx | Nuke Cult (Cain/RoboCop 2, Angie & Hob) | Elliot Marston | Sergeant Bauer | Pawnee | Corporal Spivey | Corporal Edwards | Major Grace | Annie Wilkes | Dennis Brown | Ray Brown | Luther | James | Saladene | Skeet | Buffalo Bill | Hannibal Lecter | Paul Krendler | Harlan Puckett | Chuck De Nomolos | Evil Bill & Ted | Abigail Craven | Tully Alford | Witch | George Stark | CEO | Urban Rehabilitators (Paul McDaggett, Ōtomo & Kanemitsu) | Don John | Borachio | Ryan Gaerity | Ra | Anubis Guard | Horus Guards | Mosquitos | The Cat | Kesslee | Archibald Cunningham | Killearn | Andrew Carver | Janus Syndicate (Alec Trevelyan, Xenia Onatopp, Arkady Ourumov & Boris Grishenko) | Dawg Brown | Ernie McCraken | Mr. Buttinger | Frank DiVinci | Carver Media Group Network (Elliot Carver, Stamper, Henry Gupta, Captain Scott, Stealth Ship Crew, Dr. Kaufman, General Chang, Timblin, Satoshi Isagura, Jeff Hobbs, Philip Jones, Tom Wallace, Mary Golson, Beth Davidson & Tamara Steel) | King Louis XIV | Tall Man | Rachel Lang | King Industries (Elektra King, Renard, Gabor, Sasha Davidov, Mr. Bullion, Giulietta da Vinci, Mikhail Arkov, Trukhin & Lachaise) | Mason Verger | Rinaldo Pazzi | Cordell Doemling | Creeper | Graves Corporation (Gustav Graves, Miranda Frost, Zao, Vladmir Popov, Mr. Kil, Dr. Alvarez, General Han, General Li, General Dong & Van Bierk) | Dr. Brinkman | François Molay | Lucy Diamond | Victor Diaz | Georges Rutaganda | Gregoire | John Ketcham | Mirror Queen | General Vavarin Delatombe | Dorothy Macha | French Paul | The Rabbi | Nana Mae Frost | Baron von Westphalen | Herod Sayle | Mr. Grin | Nadia Vole | Quantum (Mr. White, Steven Obanno, Alex Dimitrios, Adolph Gettler, Dryden, Valenka, Kratt, Mollaka Danso, Carlos Nikolic, Leo & Fisher) | Emperor Maltazard | Ernest Davido | Darkos | Billy | Agnes Lenz | Kyle Autry | Mrs. Lenz | Beauregard Rice | Vladis Grutas | Grutas' Group (Petras Kolnas, Zigmas Milko, Enrikas Dortlich, Bronys Grentz & Kazys Porvik) | Paul Momund | Dieter | Water Street Butcher | Michael Myers | Kendall Jacks | Noel Kluggs | Ronnie White | Steven Haley | Wesley Rhoades | Mrs. Carmody | The Mist | Samantha Tunnell | Hourglass | Lance Landers | Greene Planet (Dominic Greene, Elvis & Edmund Slate) | General Medrano | Colonel Carlos | Gregg Beam | Lieutenant Orso | Craig Mitchell | Yusef Kabira | Guy Haines | Marchetti Pilot | Gregor Karakov | Moishe Soref | The Tornado | Daniel "Danny" Rivers | Onigen | Noel Winters | Stretch | Sid Rourke | Ms. Cipher | Sander Sanderson | Shane | Stephanie | Spectre (Raoul Silva, Patrice, Severine & Boat Captain) | Trolls | Saruman | Gollum | Goblins (Great Goblin) | Azog | Bolg | Orcs (Yazneg & Torturer of Dol Guldur) | Smaug | Sauron | Nazgûl (Witch-king of Angmar) | Master of Laketown | OmniCorp (Raymond Sellars, Rick Mattox, Tom Pope & Liz Kline) | Antoine Vallon | Karen Dean | Thomas King | Lord Cotys | General Sitacles | King Eurystheus | Deputy Foster | Corey Holland | The Phantom Killer | Kirk | Eve Rafael | Tyler Harne | Deputy Stack | Emilio | Ernst Stavro Blofeld | Max Denbigh | Mr. Hinx | Marco Sciarra | Moreau | Dr. Vogel | Guerra | Abrika | Marshall | Valerian | Lorenzo | Gallo | Francesco and Marco | Rachel Hennie | Bartholomew Bogue | McCann | Denali | The Voice | Barry Norris | Claire Shannon | Music Box | Darcie Chapman | Arthur Savage | Amber Altmyer | Misty Altmyer | The Duchess | Edward Scarka | Daniel | Lincoln Burgess | Hyde | Mo | Chucky (2019) | Evil Dolls | Larissa Good | Holda | Lyutsifer Safin | Valdo Obruchev | Logan Ash | Primo | Patrizia Reggiani

Direct-To-Video Features
Barnaby Crookedman | Martin Brisby | Dr. Valentine | Muriel and Floyd | Belladonna | Injurin' Joe | Owl

Animated Television
Blue Aardvark | The Grinch | Sour Kangaroo | Vlad Vladikoff | The Wickersham Brothers | The Scrambler | Giant Squid | Captain Nemo

Live-Action Television
Anubis | Sokar | Adria | Apophis | Serpent Guard | Replicators | Ba'al | Bone Machine | Lorne Malvo | Mr. Wrench | Mr. Numbers | Lester Nygaard | Sam Hess | Hanzee Dent | Dodd Gerhardt | Floyd Gerhardt | Bear Gerhardt | Mike Milligan | Joe Bulo | Kitchen Brothers | V.M. Varga | Yuri Gurka | Meemo | Ruby Goldfarb | Nikki Swango | Ray Stussy | Josto Fadda | Loy Cannon | Oraetta Mayflower | Gaetano Fadda | Constant Calamita | Odis Weff | Antoon Dumini | Ebal Violante | Donatello Fadda | Yiddles Milligan | Fred Waterford | Serena Waterford | Aunt Lydia

Video Games
Adrian Malprave | Nigel Bloch | Rafael Drake | Kiko Hayashi | Armitage Rook | Ninja | Nikolai Diavolo | Katya Nadanova | Arkady Yayakov

Shorts
Tom | Jerry | Spike | Butch | The Little Man

See Also
007 Villains | 20th Century Studios Villains | A. Film Production Villains | Alvin and the Chipmunks Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Cannibal Holocaust Villains | Child's Play Villains | Cowboy Bebop Villains | Dollars Trilogy Villains | EuropaCorp Villains | Fargo Villains | Farrelly Brothers Villains | Giallo Villains | Hannibal Villains | Killer Klowns from Outer Space Villains | Laika Villains | Luc Besson Villains | Middle-Earth Villains | Nepenthe Villains | Oz Villains | Pannonia Film Studio Villains | Pink Panther Villains | Ralph Bakshi Villains | Rambo Villains | Rankin/Bass Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | RoboCop Villains | Rocky Villains | Salo Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Sony Pictures Villains | Stephen King Villains | Syfy Villains | The Addams Family Villains | Tom and Jerry Villains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | Warner Bros. Villains

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SMERSH
Auric Goldfinger | Mr. Big | Le Chiffre | Krilencu

SPECTRE
Ernst Stavro Blofeld | Dr. Julius No | R.J. Dent | Three Blind Mice | Miss Taro | Annabel Chung | Rosa Klebb | Tov Kronsteen | Red Grant | Morzeny | Rhoda | Emilio Largo | Fiona Volpe | Count Lippe | Angelo Palazzi | Colonel Jacques Bouvar | Vargas | Ricardo | Mr. Osato | Helga Brandt | Hans | Irma Bunt | Grunther | Braun | Felsen | Josef | Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd | Bambi and Thumper | Maximillian Largo | Fatima Blush

Auric Enterprises
Auric Goldfinger | Oddjob | Pussy Galore | Kisch | Mr. Ling | Mr. Solo | Jed Midnight | Jack Strap

Flying Circus
Pussy Galore | Denise | Sydney

San Monique
Dr. Kananga | Tee Hee | Baron Samedi | Adam | Whisper | Dambala | Rosie Carver | Leroy

Hai Fat Industries
Hai Fat | Francisco Scaramanga | Nick Nack | Kra

Stromberg Shipping Line
Karl Stromberg | Jaws | Liparus Captain | Liparus Crew | Naomi | Sandor | Professor Markovitz | Dr. Bechmann

Drax Industries
Hugo Drax | Jaws | Chang

Octopus Cult
Octopussy | Magda | Kamal Khan | Gobinda | Mischka and Grischka | General Orlov

Zorin Industries
Max Zorin | Scarpine | Hans Glaub | May Day | Jenny Flex | Pan Ho | Bob Conley

Sanchez Cartel
Franz Sanchez | Wavekrest Marine Research (Milton Krest & Clive) | Colonel Heller | Dario | Ed Killifer | Joe Butcher | Perez | Braun

Janus Syndicate
Alec Trevelyan | Xenia Onatopp | Arkady Ourumov | Boris Grishenko

Carver Media Group Network
Elliot Carver | Richard Stamper | Henry Gupta | Captain Scott | Stealth Ship Crew | Dr. Kaufman | General Chang | Timblin | Satoshi Isagura | Jeff Hobbs | Philip Jones | Tom Wallace | Mary Golson | Beth Davidson | Tamara Steel

King Industries
Elektra King | Renard | Gabor | Sasha Davidov | Mr. Bullion | Giulietta da Vinci | Mikhail Arkov | Trukhin | Lachaise

Graves Corporation
Gustav Graves | Miranda Frost | Tang Lin Zao | Vladmir Popov | Mr. Kil | Dr. Alvarez | General Han | General Li | General Dong | Van Bierk

Quantum/Spectre
Ernst Stavro Blofeld | Mr. White | Le Chiffre | Steven Obanno | Vesper Lynd | Alex Dimitrios | Adolph Gettler | Dryden | Valenka | Kratt | Mollaka Danso | Carlos Nikolic | Leo | Fisher | Dominic Greene | General Medrano | Colonel Carlos | Gregg Beam | Elvis | Lieutenant Orso | Craig Mitchell | Yusef Kabira | Guy Haines | Edmund Slate | Marchetti Pilot | Gregor Karakov | Moishe Soref | Raoul Silva | Patrice | Severine | Boat Captain | Max Denbigh | Mr. Hinx | Marco Sciarra | Moreau | Dr. Vogel | Guerra | Abrika | Marshall | Valerian | Lorenzo | Gallo | Francesco and Marco | Primo

Greene Planet
Dominic Greene | Elvis | Edmund Slate

The Union
Taylor Michael Harris | Le Gérant

Malprave Industries
Adrian Malprave | Nigel Bloch

Phoenix International
Rafael Drake | Kiko Hayashi | Armitage Rook | Ninja

Volotech
Nikolai Diavolo | Katya Nadanova | Arkady Yayakov

Others
Dr. Noah | Capungo | Aris Kristatos | Emile Locque | Erich Kriegler | Hector Gonzales | Claus | Apostis | General Georgi Koskov | Brad Whitaker | Necros | Colonel Feyador | Impostor 00 | Lyutsifer Safin | Valdo Obruchev | Logan Ash | Wint & Kidd | Sluggsy & Horror | Mr. Sanguinetti | Trigger | Anton Murik | Caber | Franco Quesocriado | Nena Bismaquer | Markus Bismaquer | Walter Luxor | Konrad von Glöda | Rivke Ingber | Koyla Mosolov | Tamil Rahani | Jay Autem Holy | Steve Quinn | Doktor Kirchtum | Nannie Norrich | Konstantin Chernov | Heather Dare | Norman Murray | Vladimir Scorpius | David Dragonpol | Maxwell Tarn | Felicity Willing | Severan Hydt | Niall Dunne | Mahdi al-Fulan | Nicholas Rathko | Dr. Perseus Friend | Count Ugo Carnifex | El Huracán | John Charnage | Colonel Irina Sedova | Ludwig Smith | Wolfgang Smith | Anton Kostler | Konstantin Grünner | Andrei Karachan | Adam Elmhirst | Zoltan the Magyar

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