Most people have something against comparing villains from different settings during PE proposals, but I really don't mind. I'm actually glad you brought up Frieza, Palpatine and Red Skull. All three of them are based on Hitler, so it takes people like Voldemort and Ramsay to compete their villainy. And here are some topics I would like to talk with you about:
1. My favorite anime is "Inuyasha", and a friend made me take interest in FMA2003. And how about you? Which anime shows do you like?
2. I can see you're into Disney. I can talk about Disney for a while. Here are some of my theories regarding Disney's films:
Now, i have some background theories for other animated villains:
A. Jafar: I have a theory that Jaffer killed the sultan's wife. The sultan wasn't the sharpest knife out there, but Agraba still existed without too much troubles. That means someone else ran the kingdom, most likely his dead wife. He was very specific about missing her. Jafar planned to overthrow his boss for who know how long. Every traitorous advisor knows that the best way to mislead the king is to became the main, if not only, person who influencing the shots. A psychopath like Jafar would go any distance to make sure the sultan will listen to him. If it takes to kill the queen, who was more powerful than Jafar's charisma, that's what Jafar would do. Randall Flagg already murdered the queen in "The Eyes Of The Dragon". Evil advisors think alike. The queen died long enough for her husband to still miss her. Assuming she was healthy, everything leads us to Jafar.
B. Shere Khan's 2016 version: He was very similar to Scar (both tried to kill a child, both are dictators of their respective settings, both are dreaded psychopaths, both commited political murders, both are big cats, both have a scar in one eye, both cant go out with any normal female of their species, both are racists). Given their many similarities and the fact tigers are solitary and teritorial creatures, it's very likely that Shere Khan killed his sibling, just like scar did.
C. Facilier's origins: Just like Jafar, Facilier grew up in poverty and craved for power most of his life. However, unlike Jafar, he was diabolical enough to consider killing his own parents. Part of his reason to feel that way might be not being belong to either side of society. His purple eyes indicate he's bi-racial, which used to get people "too white for being black and too black for being white". If his statement "i'm royal myself on my mother's side" is to be believed, i'm getting a theory that Facilier's mother was a white high society woman. She either dumped him and his black father, or (if the shrunken head is anything beyond cheep chuckles) got murdered. I know for sure Facilier is hooked on drugs. I have reasons to speculate at least one of his parents was also an addict (his mother on cocaine, his father on crack). Facilier's father might have been a cruel and abusing man. I'm not sympathize Facilier here. Just saying that maybe the beating from his father did nothing good to his head. If we assume Facilier's parents were killed, do you think Facilier killed them with his bare hands, or payed to his friends on the other side?
D. Frollo: Monsters are created more often than born, so Frollo must've been through hell before becoming what he is. You know what priests do to little kids. So it's very likely that Frollo was raped in his childhood, as evidenced in the "Hellfire" sequence. As if the red capes weren't ominous enough, the shadows closing on him while he say "god have mercy on me" have a strong subtext of rape. Years later, Frollo became a soldier, but was dropped out due to over-aggression. Only a former soldier who was deemed too aggressive for his commanders can have a peak-human fitness and high martial intelligence even in his 60s.
E. Commander Rourke: We already know he was kicked out of a military school for over-aggression. His contempt to Milo and other intellectual things, not to mention how much the part where he trashed Milo is like a bully mauling a nerd, might indicate that Milo reminds him of the his school staff. "Those fancy liberal professors look down on me? Am i too aggressive for these delicate flowers? Well then! I wanna see their faces when i'll take over Atlantis!".
3. Which James Bond do you like better? Sean Connery or Daniel Craig?
Hi :) Thanks for the message, I'm glad my Gargoyle proposal for PE you liked. I have in mind many others, which I will later propose. To answer your first question, my favorite souls are Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball, Fist Of The North Star and, of course, Nadia: The Secret Of Blue Water. Regarding your theories, yes, I read them and I consider them all very interesting, especially those by Frollo and Shere Khan (along with Scar, they too are Disney Villains which I really appreciate, and then Shere Khan 2016 is really beautiful version, as well as the only really successful thing about the film, which unfortunately I didn't fully appreciate for several reasons). And about your second question: I think I prefer Daniel Craig. I grew up with his version of James Bond, and he is one of the most faithful film versions of James Bond in the character of Ian Fleming's novels. Without taking anything away from Sean Connery, who had charm and charisma to sell :)
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1. I would like to hear about your future proposals. I have some future proposals of my own, which are shown in my user page.
2. I liked DBZ only until Goku gave Cell the healing beans. Just for that, Goku deserve to die for good. He neglected his heroic role so much that Vegeta, of all people, had to be the hero and kill Frieza for good. And the sad part is that I saw it coming ever since i was 8. "Saint Seiya" is kinda weird to me. But i would like to hear more about "Fist Of The North Star"
3. Disney had many cool villains, but Scar and Frollo are the best. Shere Khan mostly depends on what you search for in a villain. I actually liked the 2016 version. Maybe it's just me, but that's what "Jungle Book" always wanted to be. The 1967 predated its time by 50 years, and the 2016 version made everything right. Either way, we both agree that the 2018 is inferior. Did you also happen to read the original book? And did you noticed the strong symbolism in this story?
4. I do wanted to know, because many people are arguing about it for years. But you know what Sean Connery did with flying colors? "Dragon Heart". Awesome movie. Saw it? If not, i recommend to see it whenever you have the time.
We have a rule you cannot remove or add the Pure Evil category without making a proposal in discussions. Broly from the Dragon Ball franchise for example was proposed and ultimately upvoted so do not remove or add to anyone unless you make a proposal and it has been accepted by the majority. To do this further will end up in a block for breaking the rules.