Why in turtles wiki does it say Utrom shredder feels closeness to karai his adopted daughter? A Purely Evil villain like him cannot feel love and care for anybody besides themselves isn't he just using her??
The joker sure likes the taste of other people's negativity and hate in the dark knight also even enjoys pain no matter how bad it is it sounds like he's the most evil joker I ever seen in all the series
If the devil was real he be a Complete Monster Pure Evil villain in real life since he's the creator & embodiment of evil though real life villains I see in a statement even evil has standards it shows that regardless of how evil the person is even if they look purely evil there's always a small sense of good in them while Satan is the only real Complete Monster am I right?
Yeah your right most shocking scene I ever watched in toy story is Lotso denying the opportunity to redeem himself and instead leaving the toys to die crossing the moral event horizon finally making him pixars most evil villain I ever seen & the only one to be a Complete Monster in the Pixar franchise.
Also it's rare for game changers like Jeffery Fecalman to qualify as dimwits because that guy meant business as a threat for Quagmire and he came real close to defeating him due to jeff taking trying to kill him seriously and devoid of comedic humor
But on The Vegas gunmans bio in real life villains wiki he killed 59 and injured 851 people in October 1 2017 what's particularly disturbing is the guy gave no reason & even went as far as to thwart law enforcement from investigating into the massacre it was all over the news I would say this guy is the most evil gunman & mass shooter we ever had the president himself called it an act of pure evil but that doesn't make the gunman pure evil since even he would have biased views & standards, just saying that's all.
Not sure he's the most evil gunman / mass murder as we've had plenty in history combined with biased view of which is worse. The act itself might be considered pure evil but obviously no real person is 100% evil.
I don't know and honestly media kind of exaggerate a lot of the misanthropic and nihilistic people being criminals. A lot actually live relatively normal everyday lives just occasionally a little antisocial.
I'm mildly nihilistic and a misanthropic individual thus hate how media portrays all nihilist and misanthropic s as some kind of cruel madman. That said I'd never claim Joker was a hero though I do think he was somewhat right on humanity as a whole being worse than they try to portray in most media.
Yeah some mass shooters kill even their own loved ones selfishness is one of the worst in human traits because it means they care about nobody but themselves it's rare for real life villains to be that way
Yeah what makes Quagmire a weakling, coward, incompetent, & even a dimwit? He's also weak as a hero because jeff came very close to killing him off but did defeat Brian when he crossed lines on him especially the condo scam part which was so low of him but jeff sure was a difficult adversary because of easily beating quagmires face in to a pulp and nearly strangles him to death
I'm not entirely sure I agree with him being under all those but beating Brian isn't honestly enough to say he's strong, Brian is a much smaller character who isn't even strong. With Jeff it's clear he's strong but he's also a bit bigger than Quagmire thus giving him an advantage in a fist fight.
That's a question I can't answer, I am honestly not sure I'd want an afterlife especially if I could end in something like Hell simply for not being religious nor can I say I'm a fan of God, but at the same time it would be nice to see my deceased loved ones especially my two grandfathers.
Dennis from spongebob looks like he's actually a serial killer in a disturbing manner which makes it kinda too dark for him to be a kids character it's like he's almost considered a pure evil villain too
Yeah the Utrom shredder being explained by the 2003 turtles isn't like the 1987 shredder saying he's vicious lethal competent showing he's by far the most dangerous shredder ever he came so close to destroying the entire multiverse and killing off the other characters
If we are talking about if he conquered the world we actually see an alternate future where he did, on destroying the multiverse we see what happened to destroyed universes so presumably that to all them.
Technically though I personally find children at a very young age purely innocent if blunt until they learn enough about the world to know what's right and wrong beyond "I'll get in trouble" or raised in a corruptive environment.
The fact he genuinely loved his family, wanted to fix a corrupted system and have Nick Rice care for justice more than just his conviction rate. Even when doing the deals he kept his word on the details with the cops delaying for example his meal which cost them several minutes because they didn't follow his instructions.
He barely seems like he's pure evil at first and even after crossing the moral event horizon because he's trying to prove that all it takes is one bad day to bring the sanest man alive into insanity and that ironically he destroyed the mob seeing them just as bad as everyone else am I right?
Honestly he seemed to have a valid point about humanity being selfish and I only felt he had one MEH. He destroyed the mob more out of fun and not wanting enemies around due to rivals wanting him dead before he could get what he wants.
Bgerard957 wrote: Also from the walking dead what makes Simon the only tv series villain to qualify as pure evil?
A lot of the more heinous characters on the show like the Governor, Joe or Gareth etc. seemed to have redeeming qualities of some form. Simon however, had none. The guy has a massive body count, as he had two whole survivor communities wiped out: one of which he executed every single male aged 10 and above, an act which traumatized the female survivors so badly they abandoned their community and isolated themselves from other survivors just to escape the Saviors. And the other he wiped out on a whim merely out of frustration and watched his men gun down unarmed survivors all while sporting a sadistic grin.
He also went against Negan's (his superior) orders by unsuccessfully trying to wipe out three more communities by infecting many of the survivors with tainted weapons, causing many of them to turn into zombies and kill more people. He claims he did all of these actions out for the sake of survival and protecting the Saviors, but his claims were ultimately hollow since he completely disregarded quite a lot of his men as "used goods" since they got themselves captured by the opposing communities and ended up killing a few of them in the crossfire during his raid on the Hilltop. Oh and, he tried to kill Negan twice (technically thrice) only because he disagreed with his leadership and wanted control over the Saviors.
Not necessarily Clyde isn't really a misanthropic like Joker. Both believe the current system is flawed/corrupt and are basically anarchist but Joker has a low opinion of everyone while Clyde only has a low opinion of some criminals and incompetent/corrupt law officials.
Yeah except Clyde is affablt evil meaning acts more of a likable villain with good manners to those who aren't his enemies joker is only faking it so he can hide his real self then kill them without a moments hesitation
Meaning being misanthropic or having a similar view wouldn't of changed how Clyde acted which the way you wrote the previous message sort of implied. He's sadistic due to how lowly he killed Darby (he had it coming though), preceded to then taunt Nick and seemingly took a bit of satisfaction with the damage he did at moments.
Yeah infinite is real dark for sonic because in a cutscene he literally murdered civilians in the game they were lying dead except the avatar and that makes him pure evil he cannot be considered tragic if he returns
I always liked Clyde Shelton because he's a very likable guy and most of his victims are not truly innocent especially Darby due to being a purely evil villain and is only trying to prove his point to rice that making deals is a big mistake
Adaptations can count as they might ignore redeeming features the real person had or exaggerate their crimes, that and while real life doesn't have a set heinous standard a media like TV or movies do. We can only judge a character by the way the story expresses them vs reality where no one is aware of a person in every detail.
Demons are more evil than human beings right? because they are made to be evil when possessing people for example I saw a demon roll someone's eyes back and making a sinister grin and the devil is the embodiment of evil it could make him 100% evil if he was real because Satan is behind all the bad in humanity
In real life or fiction? Personally I don't know of many if any nihilistic dictators but if Fiction I'd probably say Isaac Ray Peram Westcott, honestly one of the most evil villains I've personally seen and changes the story from pretty much a comedy to a war zone, it had one dark character before but they were nothing like him.
He seemed to with how he killed a lot of people and supposedly said both "A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic." and "Death is the solution to all problems. No man - no problem."
Albert Fish killed many children by himself and ate their bodies while taunting the families plus may or may not of been a rapist, Charles Manson had a bunch killed and was a rapist that little to nothing positive is known about him, and Stalin killed millions, didn't care for his second wife or their kid with very little positive traits known about him.
But to be truthful Isis is a much worse group than al Qadea the ones who did 9/11 because I seen that unlike al Qadea Isis rules with tyranny & kills other Muslims who they accuse of breaking the rules would that be correct?
Depends on your beliefs as no one has proved the existence of Demons. Some call any spirits that are mischievous or evil "Demons", some believe they are literal embodiment's of evil, some believe they are Fallen Angels and some see them as similar to human in morality of being capable of choosing to be good or evil just possibly with otherworldly powers.
The fact in what little screen time he has and despite having practically no resources he stands out, his crimes involved assaulting a man, killing and raping his wife and child to where even his partner asks what he's doing. Even when captured he weasels his way out by claiming his partner did so. Darby was able to stand out as more despicable despite doing less than Clyde Shelton and can't be compared due to the sheer resource difference between the two.
Yeah like you said if there was a set standard who would qualify as pure evil in real life it be extremely rare or debatable but to me if demons were actually real they could count because they are responsible for possessing people right? Just saying
Pretty much with Demons it would depend on what belief system was right as some are made of evil, some are more mischievous and it's unknown if they truly possess people though often portrayed as such in movies.
I know. What I am saying is that they were pure evil at one time but had gained redeeming features and were eventually redeemed altogether. While it is very unlikely Lotso will redeem it is not impossible.
Orochimaru crossed the MEH by miles and once was listed as Complete Monster but eventually redeemed making him ultimately not count anymore so while unlikely it's not impossible for Lotso to either if the writers chose to do so. I have no idea if Lotso will ever appear again in the movies.
It's once their arc seemingly ends or at minimum no indication of redemption in their last appearance. Plenty of villains are seemingly killed off or given no indication until much later. Orochimaru isn't given any hints when added and seemingly killed but he's later revived and redeemed. The character at the time can have no indication but Lotso isn't impossible to redeem if someone working on the story chooses to do so.
They decided to drop Drago in how to train your dragon 3 this makes him a deceased character and finally he stays as pure evil in toy story 3 they decided to drop Lotsos chance for redemption at the end and he stays as pure evil also it could be possible that Lotso is deceased due to being thrown away again as said in the trivia he was either shredded or incinerated after being thrown away again it also said "in the end his purpose is to perish"
Just deciding he won't appear doesn't automatically mean he's dead. They dropped a redemption for Lotso once doesn't mean they can't change it later if they decide and it might be a long time until he's thrown away again due to him last being scene strapped to a truck, we don't know if he'll be destroyed in a fast or slow manner if he doesn't eventually escape.
Of all two faces enemies and victims the joker was more free from his vengeance while all the other ones he spared Maroni is killed in a car crash and Ramirez is just knocked unconscious the joker escaped dents wrath when it came up on goods for him am I right?
Joker didn't really care if Dent killed him as it would of also proved his theory in his eyes. Two-Face chose to allow chance decide people's fate and when it came up "live" he accepted it and sought revenge on the others involved.
Green goblin was the most evil but Harry's dad was only brainwashed and also green goblin is like the dark knight joker trying to make spider man see that they don't truly care about him and that the path of hero will destroy you?
I see but Eddie Brock is never sympathetic and likable he was already corrupted into villainy before becoming venom and did the symboite sense Eddie wanting vengeance on Peter Parker and joined with Eddie as an ally?
In gta games I seen a lot of gta villains doing predictable things but you think Avon hertz is entirely different and is by far the most heinous one ever due to being the only villain to bring all of humanity to extinction?