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"Do it?" Dan, I'm not a Republic serial villain. Do you seriously think I'd explain my master-stroke if there remained the slightest chance of you affecting its outcome? I "did it" 35 minutes ago.
~ Ozymandias revealing he started his plan.
Do you see? It's your super powers retreating from war. I've saved the Earth from hell. We both have. This is as much your victory as it is mine. Now we can return. Do what we were meant to. Will they? By exposing me, you would sacrifice the peace so many died for today. But peace! Nonetheless...
~ Ozymandias explaininh his plans to the Watchmen.
Yes. It begins.
~ Ozymandias begining his plan.

Adrian Veidt, better known as Ozymandias and The Smartest Man in the World, is one of the main antagonists of DC Comics He is the main antagonist of both the comic book miniseries Watchmen and its 2017 sequel Doomsday Clock, as well as the main antagonist of the 2009 film adaptation by Zack Snyder, and the overarching antagonist of the 2019 HBO television adaptation. He is a former superhero turned billionaire industrialist and CEO of Veidt Industries, who secretly concocts a plan to unite the world and thus prevent World War III by killing millions of people through a staged alien invasion. However, after his initial plan's ultimate failure, he redirects himself to finding Dr. Manhattan in order to save the world.

In the 2009 film adaptation, he was portrayed by Matthew Goode, who also portrayed Charlie Stoker in Stoker and Dr. Francis Jensen in Self/less. In the television series by HBO, he is portrayed by legendary actor Jeremy Irons, who also portrayed Scar in The Lion King, Simon Gruber in Die Hard With a Vengeance, Humbert Humbert in the 1998 film adaptation of Lolita, John Tuld in Margin Call, Profion in Dungeons & Dragons, Rodrigo Borgia in The Borgias, and Alan Rikkin in Assassin's Creed.

As of the Doomsday Clock #7 he has been revealed as the overarching antagonist of the DC multiverse, a position originally held by Doctor Manhattan (who it seems is once again being manipulated by Ozymandias, though his full plans have yet to fully discovered).

Biography

Born in 1939, the son of rich German immigrant parents Friedrich Werner Veidt and Ingrid Renata Veidt, Adrian was found to be incredibly intelligent. After his teachers and parents became suspicious of his consistent academic prowess, he hid his intelligence by deliberately achieving average grades. He was bullied by another boy and after several months of martial arts training he crippled the boy by damaging his leg; to avoid expulsion, his father bribed the school principal. Disgusted he stopped hiding his intelligence and graduated high school cum laude at age 14. After his parents' deaths, he inherited their substantial fortune at the age of 17, but chose to give it all to charity. Veidt then embarked on a vision quest, following the route of Alexander the Great - a childhood idol of he and his father - throughout the Mediterranean, Asia Minor, and former ancient Persia.

It was during this journey that he consumed a ball of hashish and decided to become a superhero. Returning to America, he named himself "Ozymandias" and became a costumed vigilante, focusing particularly on organized crime and earning a reputation as "the smartest man on the planet." However, his own cases robbed him of the idealistic belief that battling crime would truly lessen evil and suffering in the world. This was brought to a head when an abortive attempt to organize a new superhero team was disrupted by the The Comedian, who noted in his brutally apt way exactly how petty the doings of the costumed heroes were in a world where the threat of nuclear war hung overhead, and how powerless they were to stop it. Veidt was inspired to do just that.

Retirement from Being a Superhero

36 years later in 1975, 2 years before vigilante crime fighters (superheroes) are banned by the "Keene Act", he retires from super heroism, marketing his image, in the form of Action Figures among other products, for money, creating thus the Veidt Enterprises megacorporation. This helps bankroll his scheme of creating a catastrophic event and deceive the world into uniting against a common enemy—in Veidt's case, a horrific alien invasion. To that end, he employed geneticists to clone the stolen brain of Robert Deschaines, a dead psychic, and use it to create such a creature with a group of artists and creative personnel to help create the illusion, and invents a limited form of teleportation based in part on the studies of (and studies by) Doctor Manhattan. Upon completion, he arranged the murder of all of his accomplices to maintain the illusion.

To prevent Doctor Manhattan from interfering, he hired old associates of the superhero and secretly exposed them to radiation to induce terminal cancer in them, then engineered a rumor that Manhattan was responsible, causing Manhattan to exile himself to Mars.

When the Comedian inadvertently learned of Veidt's plans, Veidt personally murdered him as well. The real story begins several hours after the killing, with police detectives investigating the crime.

The death of the Comedian caught the attention of Rorschach, who investigated the crime and mistakenly theorized that there existed a conspiracy to murder masked adventurers. Although Veidt arranged an assassination attempt on himself to throw off suspicion, he framed Rorschach on a murder charge to get him out of the way. In addition, Veidt started the accusations against Doctor Manhattan to drive him off the planet and set off a chain of events that threaten to start a global war.

Unknown to him, Nite Owl II and Silk Spectre grew to believe that Rorschach's investigation had merit and sprung him from prison to investigate the matter. In addition, Manhattan took Silk Spectre to Mars where she convinced him to return to Earth.

However, the superheroes were unable to stop the fulfillment of Veidt's scheme, which led to the deaths of over three million people in New York City. The world governments fell for this ruse, and agreed to a union to oppose this new alien menace. Seeing how Veidt's plot had the desired effect of uniting the nations of the world and averting a possible nuclear war, Doctor Manhattan, Nite Owl and Silk Spectre agree to keep silent about what they know, as it would only plunge the world back to the brink of disaster. Rorschach alone refuses to keep silent, telling Doctor Manhattan that he will never compromise, not even in the face of Armageddon – Jon must kill Rorschach before he can tell anybody what he knows, and does so. When Veidt asks the precognitive Doctor Manhattan for verification that he did "the right thing" and that his plans "worked out in the end", Jon can only reply that nothing ever ends, leaving Veidt once again in doubt as to whether or not his plan was successful.

Before Watchmen

In the Before Watchmen prequel comics, during Dr. Manhattan's story, he goes to Ozymandias to seek help in correcting the timeline in order to prevent the end of the world. After explaining how he both created numerous different timelines with his actions and destroyed them and that he fears that the Earth will still end up being destroyed by a nuclear war, he tells Ozymandias to find a way to save the future, and because of this, Ozymandias develops his plan to stage an extraterrestrial invasion and bring the world together. After the events of Watchmen, Ozymandias sees Manhattan off as he decides to leave Earth and create new life elsewhere in the universe.

Doomsday Clock

It is revealed that the contents of Rorschach's journal were somehow made known to the public, exposing Ozymandias' plot to unite the world. The news caused nationwide outrage and an uproar in the U.S. Government to condemn Adrian Veidt for what was now known in the newspapers as the Great Lie. However, Adrian had already gone into hiding and at some point discovered that he had cancer. Having failed to save the world and unable to try again, Adrian decided to focus his efforts on locating the one man he believes can still make his dream come true, Doctor Manhattan.

He talks with Lex Luthor about saving the world before being interrupted by The Comedian.

However, after finding Manhattan, it is revealed that Ozymandias was lying about his cancer in order to manipulate the second Rorschach and convince him that he was a changed man.

Symbolism

Veidt is a counterpoint to Rorschach: He is a self-made affluent where Rorschach lives in squalor. He is a powerful world figure where Rorschach is an outlaw on the fringe. He is popular where Rorschach is reviled. He is handsome where Rorschach is unattractive. He is elegant where Rorschach is blunt. He has launched a cologne while Rorschach's hygiene is often questioned. He is sexually ambiguous where Rorschach is asexual. He forces himself to imagine all the painful consequences of his actions where Rorschach gives them almost no thought. Most importantly, he is practical and utilitarian where Rorschach is Kantian and principle-governed. At the end, Veidt appears to have succeeded in averting the imminent nuclear disaster and establishing his utopia, while Rorschach has died a failure for refusing to compromise his values, and yet even from beyond the grave Rorschach has the opportunity to thwart Veidt's plan by means of the journal he had sent to the New Frontiersman.

However, these contrasts help to set up the book's key twist, which first tries to engage the reader's sympathy for Veidt's plan in the name of the greater good. Just as Rorschach actually needed no help and had already freed himself from his prison cell when Nite Owl and Silk Spectre flew in to rescue him, the world began to come back together on its own at the last minute in spite of itself precisely when Veidt's alien monster teleported in destruction and chaos, killing them in the name of the future's benefit.

In effect, for all his outward high intention, internal conflict, and congruence to the book's own theme of doubt and complexity, Veidt is in spite of himself the smiley face on which Rorschach is the stubborn bloodstain.

Rorschach remarks that there are few superheroes left without personality disorders. In keeping with this statement, Veidt could be seen to suffer from narcissistic personality disorder, characterized by a pervasive pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration and lack of empathy. His obsessions with planning and "knowing better", as well as his abnormal level of body conditioning, also might suggest obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.

Another hint of Veidt's narcissism is that, though he did his best to hide it, it always deeply grated on him that the Comedian was able to best him in single combat on their first encounter (which he would insist was just a lucky shot). The contrast between Ozymandias and the Comedian was that for all of Ozymandias' obsessive training and academic knowledge, the Comedian was untrained but had decades' worth of real-life experience, and thus was able to outmaneuver Veidt. Similarly, Veidt sees himself as a modern-day pharaoh, gazing out over the general population and guiding their fate, but this has left him removed from the experiences of real people on the streets. Thus while Veidt has peak intellect and strength through extensive study and training (to near demigod-like levels), and claims to make elaborate plans with zero possibility of failure, he has a curious habit of leaving vital blind sides due to his lack of experience: it honestly never occurred to him that Rorschach might simply leave a written record of his findings and mail them to the news media before he left for the final confrontation in Antarctica.

Appearances In Other Media

Watchmen (2009)

Veidt was played by Matthew Goode in the film. During earlier pre-production and attempts to make the film, Tom Cruise and Jude Law (a fan of the comic) both expressed interest in playing the role, but they left the project after several delays and budget cost issues. Goode was not familiar with the comic when he was cast, and read it at the urging of his friends. He joined the critical consensus, saying "it's the best graphic novel out there". He had his own interpretation of Veidt's backstory, in that he gave up his family's wealth and travelled the world, becoming a self-made man because he was ashamed of his parents' Nazi past. Notably, Veidt seems disturbed when, confronted about the Comedian's death, he says the man was a right-wing fanatic and practically a Nazi (not a label Veidt would give lightly). Goode suggested Veidt disguised his German accent to highlight the themes of the American Dream and the difference between one's public and private personas. When Dan gains access to Veidt's computer by finding the correct password, one can see a file named "Boys", a possible reference to Veidt's supposed homosexuality (briefly mentioned by Rorschach in the comics).

During the final confrontation with the other heroes, Dan condemns Veidt's plans by proclaiming that he has defiled mankind with his actions, his plan in the film focusing on framing Doctor Manhattan as the cause of the attack rather than the alien invasion of the comic. However, the project is referred to as S.Q.U.I.D. on one of the computer terminals, which alludes to the squid like mutation that was teleported to New York in the novel.

In a tongue-in-cheek, during the final confrontation with Rorschach and Nite Owl II (before Silk Spectre II and Doctor Manhattan arrive), just before Ozymandias reveals that his ultimate plan is already in action, he remarks that he is "not a comic book villain," to which Rorschach tilts his head at (the original line in the comics is "not a Republic serial villain", the old pulp films of the 1930s, but the reference might have been lost on a modern audience).

Watchmen (TV Series)

In the HBO television adaptation of the graphic novel, an older Veidt is portrayed by Jeremy Irons, who also portrayed Simon Gruber in Die Hard With a Vengeance and voiced Scar in The Lion King. He is the overarching antagonist of the series. Prior to the series' events, he launched a fake alien squid attack on New York City, killing three million people as part of a larger plan to avert a devastating nuclear war; in his view, he sacrificed three million lives in order to save the entire human race. Afterward, Veidt periodically teleported numbers of tiny squid into locations such as Tulsa, Oklahoma. These served to maintain the alien invasion threat, but did no significant damage.

He makes his debut appearance in the pilot episode, "It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice", in which he hides in a royal castle in a seemingly idyllic countryside on one of the moons of Jupiter years after faking his own death. He has created a race of clones that he uses as his servants, who are unquestioningly loyal to him even as he frequently kills them for sport.

In the second episode, he is seen again in his castle, in which he is directing a play about his old teammate from the original Watchmen, Doctor Manhattan, mainly about his origins. In the end of the play, Veidt's servant enters into a fake nuclear booth in which Veidt presses the trigger of a TNT-like burning hose to burn the servant in order to create Manhattan's rise. The action leads to the servant's death. The female servant that portrayed Jon Osterman's love interest, tells Veidt that the clock is not working. Veidt darkly states "it only just begun", implying he knows that the world's destruction is impending before clicking the clock, causing it to work again.

Eventually, however, his servants rise up against him; when he tries to leave the Earth, they accuse him of the only crime that exists in their world: trying to leave. They hold a trial, in which Veidt represents himself, and shows his contempt for the proceedings by loudly breaking wing as his "closing argument". The judge declares that a herd of pigs is more suitable to be a jury of Veidt's peers, and pronounces him guilty. He is imprisoned, but eventually one of his clones allows him to escape and board a rocket to Earth.

Veidt has a daughter, Trieu, conceived through artificial insemination. Trieu, who inherited Veidt's scientific genius, involves him in a plan to kill his former compatriot Doctor Manhattan and absorb his powers, claiming that she will use them to heal the planet and end all war. Veidt eventually sees through her utopian façade, however, realizing that she is a "raging narcissist" who desires unlimited power for its own sake; he says, "it takes one to know one". With help from FBI agent Laurie Blake and police officers Angela Abar and Wade Tillman, Veidt re-engineers his squids and causes them to rain down on Trieu's base of operations in Tulsa, Oklahoma, killing Trieu and destroying the machinery she was going to use to take Manhattan's power. Afterwards, Blake arrests Veidt for crimes against humanity, specifically the earlier squid attacks that killed 3 million people. Veidt protests that his actions served the greater good, but Tillman knocks him unconscious so he and Blake can bring him to justice.

Powers and Abilities

Adrian Veidt has been deemed the "smartest man in the world" by many, mainly the media, though this title is deserved. Veidt deftly built both a legitimate and criminal empire large enough to become a global threat through his exploitation of advanced technology and genetics. In one scene, he is shown viewing a wall filled floor to ceiling with television screens, each showing a different image, in order to demonstrate his ability to pay attention to each one simultaneously. From the juxtaposition of these numerous images, he is able to deftly paint a picture of the current political and social climate, from which he can predict future trends and make plans accordingly.

He has ambition matching his intelligence, evidenced by his successful execution of a plan to help Earth towards utopia by ending international hostilities. He is shown to be a ruthless master strategist, swiftly eliminating anybody who dares to get in the way of his plans, while maintaining total secrecy.

Additionally, Veidt is depicted at the pinnacle of human physical ability, to the point of being able to mentally calculate physical reaction times, anticipate the pull of a trigger, and reflexively catch a bullet (though he himself was surprised that worked). He is a superb fighter and martial artist, almost a superhuman unarmed combatant, able to subdue Rorschach and Nite Owl with little effort. His only defeat came early in his career at the hands of the Comedian, something he never got over.

A world-class athlete, he does acrobatic performances in aid of charity events, performing excellently despite being in his mid-forties. With the sole exceptions of Doctor Manhattan and the Comedian, Ozymandias was easily the most dangerous of the crime fighters in that era.

With most superheroes being depicted to having superhuman strength and fighting abilities, he is portrayed as the most physically powerful. He is able to lift men as large as the Comedian above his head with both hands and send people flying through the air several feet with his attacks, usually with enough force to crack stone and dent metal. An attack from him could greatly injury a person, almost like being struck by a vehicle, to the point where it may be fatal. Someone sent flying into a structure by him would impact it with enough force to damage it, even if it where dense stone. He is able to smash through stone and solid wooden tables with one punch. This causes his attacks to be heavily weakening and debilitating to anyone he fought, including the Comedian, Nite Owl II, and Rorschach, all of whom are also portrayed with similar strength and physical prowess. He was also barely fazed when repeatedly punched by Nite Owl II, showing no pain or discomfort, as it he did not even feel the attacks. He also showed no pain when he had a bullet lodged into his hand when he caught it as it was being shot at him. He also had great speed, enough to catch a butcher knife at point blank range, dodged gunfire by running and with acrobatics, and moved his hand into the path of a bullet at point blank range, lodging it in his palm.

Appearance

Adrian has short blond hair that is always neatly kept, bright blue eyes, fair skin, and a muscular yet lean body. In his civilian life, Adrian normally wears nice business suits, sporting the colors purple and yellow. His Ozymandias costume is gold body suit, slightly covered in purple robes. He wears purple shoes, a gold headband, a gold belt, and a long purple cape that connects to his robes. He used to wear a purple mask, but after his retirement, he decided to go without because everyone knew his true identity.

Quotes

No, Ms. Crookshanks. It only just begun...
~ Ozymandias in HBO's Watchmen, starting his plan.
Masks make men cruel...
~ Ozymandias in the HBO series, describing his point of view on masks.

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Trivia

  • Ozymandias was originally inspired by Charlton Comics' (later purchased by DC) classic character Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt.
  • Another one of Ozymandias' influences, from a visual standpoint, as seen in Dave Gibbons' notes, was Julio Iglesias.
  • Ozymandias' love for Ancient Egyptian royal attributes does not stop at his furniture. He wears a belt with an Udjat eye on it, an Ancient Egyptian sign of protection. Below the belt, on his hips and over the pant part of his costume, he wears a purple-ish, short version of the Ancient Egyptian Shendyt. This is a royal apron, or kilt, which is pleated. Ozymandias' Shendyt is a rubber replica of what used to be cloth and is far shorter than it was for pharaohs, given that he still has to be able to move his legs freely. In addition to these Egyptian inspired costume details, he also wears a modernized version of the old Roman golden laurels around his head, another nod to his love for all things ancient and powerful.
  • Tom Cruise and Jude Law were both considered for the role before Matthew Goode was cast.
  • For Watchmen (2009), Ozymandias proved to be a difficult role to fill, as the part required an actor who was handsome, fit but with a world-weariness to him.
  • When offered the role of Adrian Veidt, Matthew Goode had never read the graphic novel. He called a friend who had and asked if he should even bother to read the script. Not only did the friend say yes, he insisted that Goode immediately read the graphic novel and accept the role without question. Later, after he read both the script and the novel, Goode admitted his friend was right to advise him take the role without delay.
  • In the film, Veidt's costume is a parody of the infamous Robin costume worn by Chris O'Donnell in the 1997 film Batman & Robin.
  • Jeremy Irons who portrays Veidt in the TV series is his own second DC character, following his portrayal of Alfred Pennyworth, Batman's butler in the 2016 DC Extended Universe movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  • In the television series, he is the overarching antagonist rather than the main antagonist, from the reason this position has been taken by the Seventh Kavalry.

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Rorschach | The Comedian | Underboss | Twilight Lady

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Lady Trieu | Seventh Kavalry (Joe Keene | Carmichael | The Suspect | Renee) | Ozymandias | Judd Crawford | Doctor Manhattan | Rorschach | Fred

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Animated Features
Meowrice | Meowrice's Henchmen | Smaug | Gollum | Sauron | Witch-king of Angmar | Lord of the Lash | Ommadon | Bryagh | Boogaloo Jones | Solly | Mr. Featherschneid | Synonomess Botch | Mouse King | Mouse Queen | Joker | Phantasm | Salvatore Valestra | Arthur Reeves | Chuckie Sol | Buzz Bronski | Grundel Toad | Berkeley Beetle | Mr. Mole | Mrs. Toad | Ms. Fieldmouse | Queen Gnorga | King Llort | Drake | Leopard Seal | Mr. Swackhammer | Monstars | Darla Dimple | Max | Mrs. Prysselius | Thunder Karlsson and Bloom | Ruber | Griffin | Ruber's Minions | Bladebeak | Eric Cartman | Saddam Hussein | Sheila Broflovski | Satan | Mr. Garrison | Chef | Randy Marsh | Shelly Marsh | Gerald Broflovski | Kent Mansley | Kralahome | Master Little | King Salazar | The Jokerz (Dee Dee Twins, Chucko & Woof) | Count Grisham | Cheswick | Black Mouth | Brutus | Thrax | Mayor Phlegmming | Thrax's Henchmen | Mojo Jojo | Gangreen Gang | Mr. Chairman | Bob Smith | Robo Dog | Anubis | Seto Kaiba | Dark Yugi | Pegasus J. Crawford | Mokuba Kaiba | Marik Ishtar | Ebenezer Scrooge Puppet | Outback Ollie | Rico and Mikey | Barkis Bittern | Maudeline Everglot | Finis Everglot | Brainiac | Lex Luthor | Mercy Graves | Mister Mxyzptlk | Stan Beals | Wasps | Noah the Elder | Leopard Seal | Killer Whales | Aguila | Stone Generals (Gato, Mono & Serpiente) | Karai | Foot Clan | Grendel | Grendel's Mother | Dragon | Big Black Monster | Count Dooku | Asajj Ventress | Jabba the Hutt | Emperor Palpatine | Eddy's Brother | Kanker Sisters | Kevin | Sarah | Surtr | Nyra | Kludd | Allomere | Jatt and Jutt | Pure Ones | Doomberg | Jimbo Farrar | Lee Mishon | Gil Yepes | Liza Everton | Sammy Goldberg | Harry Sparks | Lorenzo Carvahal and Diaz Arnesto | Jimbo's parents | Lord Business | Super Secret Police (Bad Cop & Sheriff Not-A-Robot) | Duplo Aliens | Mr. Ross | Future Mordecai | Rigby | Benson Dunwoody | Muscle Man | Hunter | Pigeon Toady | Wolf Pack | Penguins | Joker (Lego) | Harley Quinn (Lego) | Phantom Zone Criminals (Zod, Sauron, Kraken, Lord Voldemort, Agent Smith, Jaws, Gremlins, Medusa, Lord Vampyre, Wicked Witch of the West, Flying Monkeys, The Swamp Creature & Daleks) | Catwoman (Lego) | Poison Ivy (Lego) | Two-Face (Lego) | Bane | Riddler | Salvatore Maroni | Count Dracula | Imhotep | Lord Garmadon | Slade (TTG) | Balloon Man (TTG) | Lex Luthor (TTG) | Stonekeeper | Rex Dangervest | Velociraptors (Lego) | Foot Clan (Shredder) | League of Assassins (Ra's al Ghul (Batman vs. TMNT), Ubu (Batman vs. TMNT) & Talia al Ghul (Batman vs. TMNT)) | Joker (Batman vs. TMNT) | Harley Quinn (Batman vs. TMNT) | Scarecrow (Batman vs. TMNT) | Mr. Freeze (Batman vs. TMNT) | Poison Ivy (Batman vs. TMNT) | Bane (Batman vs. TMNT) | Two-Face (Batman vs. TMNT) | Penguin (Batman vs. TMNT) | Hexagon (Trigon (TTG) & Trigon (Original)) | Spinel | Pink Diamond | Scorpion | Quan Chi | Shang Tsung | Goro | Shao Kahn | Kano | Baraka | Reptile | Moloch | Motaro | Dick Dastardly (2020) | Muttley (2020) | Rotten Robots | Dusty | Cerberus | Terrance Mendoza | Butch | Al-G Rhythm | Pete | Goon Squad | Katz | Le Quack | Eustace Bagge | Lulu | Lex Luthor | Whiskers

Live-Action Films
Prince John | Sir Guy of Gisbourne | High Sheriff of Nottingham | Dickon Malbete | Bishop of the Black Canons | Wicked Witch of the West | Kasper Gutman | Joel Cairo | Major Heinrich Strasser | Signor Ugarte | Signor Ferrari | Rhedosaurus | Giant Carpenter Ants | Alex's Droogs (Alex DeLarge) | Billy Boy | Scorpio | Han | Bolo | O'Hara | Billy | Toecutter | Toecutter's Gang (Bubba Zanetti, Nightrider & Johnny the Boy) | Overlook Hotel | Jack Torrance | Hotel Caretaker | Lorraine Massey | Lord Humungus | Lord Humungus' Marauders (Wez) | Roy Batty | Pris Stratton | Leon Kowalski | Zhora Salome | Cujo | Socs (Bob Sheldon, Randy Adderson, Paul Holden & David) | Mrs. Cade | Maximillian Largo | Fatima Blush | Scut Farkus | Grover Dill | David "Noodles" Aaronson | Maximilian "Max" Bercovicz | Frankie Monaldi | Jimmy Conway O'Donnell | Bugsy | Stripe | Ruby Deagle | Gremlins | Mama Fratelli | Jake Fratelli | Francis Fratelli | Mr. Perkins | Troy Perkins | Aunty Entity | Ironbar Bassey | Sam & Sid Sleaze | Francis Buxton | Albert | Audrey II | Orin Scrivello | Gunnery Sergeant Hartman | Private Gomer Pyle | Door Gunner | Mr. Igoe | Max | David | Sergeant Nagata | Peter Dellaplane | Harlan Rook | Beetlejuice | Sandworms | Hughie Warriner | Gale Nolan | Thomas Perry | Richard Cameron | The Joker | Bob the Goon | Alicia Hunt | Carl Grissom | Max Eckhardt | Vinnie Ricorso | Joe Chill | Howard Hyde | Walter Boyett | Zack Gregory | Witches (Grand High Witch, Susan Irvine, Nicola Cuttle, Pamela, Lois Leffour, Mildred, Elizabeth, Henrietta, Jacqueline & Beatrice) | Brain Gremlin | Daffy | George | Greta | Lenny | Secretary Gremlin | Bat Gremlin | Electric Gremlin | Cushing Catheter | Jimmy Conway | Tommy DeVito | Paul Cicero | Henry Hill | Billy Batts | Tuddy Cicero | Parnell Edwards | Fat Andy | Jimmy Two-Times | Robert McMahon | Joe Manri | Frankie Carbone | King Claudius | Michael Franzese | The Devil | Sheriff George of Nottingham | Guy of Gisbourne | Mortianna | Bishop of Hereford | Funekei Yoshida | Sato | Tanaka | Muto | Ito | Hardboy | Hagata | Earl Talbot Blake | Kim | Fence Shooter | Heather Evans | Penguin | Max Shreck | Catwoman | Red Triangle Circus Gang | Charles Rane | Sabrina Ritchie | Forget | Vincent | Matthew | William Strannix | Peter Krill | Daumer | William Foster | Nick the Neo-Nazi | Switchblade Sam | Pod People | Dial | Dr. Charles Nichols | Simon Phoenix | Raymond Cocteau | Frederick Sykes | Sidney J. Mussburger | Aloysius | Ray Finkle | Vinnie and Roc | Samuel Norton | Byron Hadley | Bogs Diamond | Elmo Blatch | Sisters | Lawrence Van Dough | Ferguson | HAL 9000 | Lestat | Armand | Santiago | John Milner | Bill Wilcox | Ilya Pavel Kazak | Rosa | Leonid Volkov | Zhukov | Stefan | Emilio Juantorena | Navigator | Codebreaker | Baker | Clarice Kensington | Miss Minchin | Riddler | Two-Face | Sugar | Spice | NygmaTech (Frogmen) | Neon Gang | Salvatore Maroni | Travis Dane | Marcus Penn | Miguel Bain | Vincent Cadby | Neil McCauley | Waingro | Roger van Zant | Jonas Miller | Daniel Harper | Robert Deguerin | Mr. Swackhammer | Monstars | Martians (Martian Leader, Martian Ambassador & Martian Girl) | Yolanda Saldívar | John Wesley | Wesley's Whalers | Poison Ivy | Mr. Freeze | Bane | Jason Woodrue | John Milton | Christabella Andreoli | Lloyd Gettys | Grant Frost | Dr. Philip Adams | Agent Smith | Cypher Reagan | Agents (Agent Jones, Agent Brown & Agent Johnson) | Dr. Arliss Loveless | Susan McCallister | Jim Whitlock | Mako Sharks | William Wharton | Percy Wetmore | Kathy Morningside | Jeremy Melton | Lewis Strutt | Stanley Jobson | Gabriel Shear | Mr. Tinkles | Calico | The Russian | Thrax | Mayor Phlegmming | Thrax's Henchmen | Alonzo Harris | Roger | Lord Voldemort | Quirinus Quirrell | Draco Malfoy | Severus Snape | Mountain Troll | The Dursleys | Argus Filch | Terry Benedict | Burke Bennett | Frank Stokes | Merv Green | Buggy Ding Dong | Parade of Hope | Rainbow Randolph | Morlocks (Über-Morlock) | Richard Haywood | Justin Pendleton | Walter Finch | Scrappy-Doo | N' Goo Tuana | Zarkos | Demons | Luna Ghost | Akasha | Spiders (Consuela & Tank) | Mayor Wade | Alistair Pratt | Jeannine Richardson | Jack Ferriman | Francesca | Lucius Malfoy | Basilisk | Gilderoy Lockhart | Acromantula (Aragog & Acromantula Colony) | Salvatore Maggio | Frankie Lombardo | Mr. Smith Mr. Gray | Byrus | Machines (The Architect) | The Merovingian | Agent Thompson | Agent Jackson | Twins | Bane | Vamps | T-X | T-1 | Skynet | Deus Ex Machina | Trainman | Mr. Chairman | Bob Smith | Robo Dog | Henry James | Jay McPherson | China | Luther | Martin Asher | Jonathan Jacobo | Peter Pettigrew | Dementors | Marge Dursley | Stan Shunpike | Patience Phillips/Catwoman | Hedare Beauty (Laurel Hedare & George Hedare) | Clara Dalrymple | Sir Trenton | Trenton's Pride | Gabriel | Mammon | Balthazar | Lucifer Morningstar | Bo Sinclair | Vincent Sinclair | Guy of Lusignan | Raynald of Châtillon | Ra's al Ghul | Scarecrow | Carmine Falcone | League of Shadows (Decoy of Ra's al Ghul) | Victor Zsasz | Arthur Slugworth | Dr. Bernard Merrick | Tom Lincoln | Boss Hogg | Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane | Barty Crouch Jr. | Nagini | Igor Karkaroff | Rita Skeeter | Bill Cox | V | Adam Sutler | Lewis Prothero | Norsefire | Peter Creedy | Anthony Lilliman | Delia Surridge | Light Yagami | Lex Luthor | German Drinking Team | Cherry | Sister Summersisle | Frank Costello | Arnold French | Colin Sullivan | Captain Vidal | Pale Man | Colonel Coetzee | Captain Poison | Oliver Potter | Walter Sparrow | Zodiac Killer | Arthur Leigh Allen | Xerxes | Willy Bank | Dolores Umbridge | Bellatrix Lestrange | Ministry of Magic (Cornelius Fudge) | Kreacher | Centaurs | Karen Crowder | Sam | Steven Wilkins | Mr. Kreeg | Laurie | Macy | Alpha Male | Darkseekers | Sweeney Todd | Nellie Lovett | Judge Turpin | Beadle Bamford | Jonas Fogg | Adolfo Pirelli | Ellie Layton | Royalton Industries (Arnold Royalton & Cruncher Block) | Snake Oiler | Agent 23 | KAOS (Siegfried) | Dalip | Shtarker | Joker | Two-Face | Sal Maroni | Gambol | Joker's Thugs | Spider | Smokie | Alexa Concannon | Babyface Killer | Wilson Concannon | T-RIP | Serena Kogan | Principal Deedle | Ezekial Gallows | Prudence Prufrock | Lord Henry Blackwood | Lord Coward | Irene Adler | Esther Coleman | Decoy Queen | Mr. Black | Arlington Steward | Rolf Woods | Kitty Galore | Paws | Mayor Brown | Chief of Staff | Carnegie | Wanda Grubwort | Lake Monster | Mal Cobb | Rodney Cole | Martin B | Elizabeth Harris | Blue Jones | James Moriarty | Sebastian Moran | Keith Clayton | Angelique Bouchard | Dr. Julia Hoffman | Collins Family | Bane | Talia al Ghul | Barsad | Catwoman | John Daggett | Hades | Kraken | Acrisius | Medusa | Prokopion | Charon | Kronos | Ares | Cyclopes | Minotaur | Makhai | Azog | Smaug | Witch-king of Angmar | Sauron | Gollum | Mickey Cohen | Tom Buchanan | Jay Gatsby | Myrtle Wilson | George Wilson | Daisy Buchanan | General Fallon | Giants | Lord Roderick | Wickie | Precursors | Kaiju (Trespasser, Knifehead, Mutavore, Otachi, Leatherback, Raiju, Scunner, Onibaba & Slattern) | Bathsheba Sherman | Annabelle the Doll | Pearly Soames | Lucifer | Artemisia | M.U.T.O. | Mimics | Disciples of the Ram (Annabelle Higgins & Thin Man) | Dr. Mann | Balem Abrasax | Titus Abrasax | Immortan Joe | Cult of the V8 (Rictus Erectus, Prime Imperator, Bullet Farmer, People Eater, Organic Mechanic, Coma-Doof Warrior, Nux, Slit, Ace, Morsov & War Boys) | Daniel Riddick | Susan Riddick | Tyler Harne | Deputy Stack | Emilio | Victoria Vinciguerra | Valak | Léon Rom | Lamar Blackburn | Braxton | Gellert Grindelwald | Credence Barebone | New Salem Philanthropic Society (Mary Lou Barebone) | Gnarlak | Skullcrawlers (Skull Devil) | Preston Packard | King Vortigern | Mordred | Wallace Corporation (Niander Wallace & Luv) | Pennywise | Bowers Gang (Henry Bowers, Patrick Hockstetter, Belch Huggins & Vic Criss) | Alvin Marsh | Butch Bowers | Leonard Dekkom | Duncan Taylor | Phoenix Buchanan | Mathias Vogel | Ana Miller | Nolan Sorrento | Innovative Online Industries (I-R0k, F’Nale Zandor & Sixers) | Claire Wyden | Brett Wyden | George, Ralph and Lizzie | Damian Lewis | Jack Morris | Duke of St. Carta | Vinda Rosier | Abernathy | Queenie Goldstein | Gunnar Grimmson | Krall | Carrow | Corvus Lestrange | Shere Khan | Tabaqui | La Llorona | Patricia Alvarez | Howard Clifford | Ditto | Sebastian | Ann Laurent | King Ghidorah | Rodan | Alan Jonah | Asher Jonah | Emma Russell | The Bride | The Black Shuck | The Ferryman | The Samurai | Toy Monkey | Maryville Cemetery Ghosts | Critters | The Banana Splits (Fleegle, Drooper, Snorky & Bingo) | Poppy | Karl | Leo | Cry Baby | Kelly | The Principal | The Biology Teacher | Webby Garton | Steven Dubay | Chris Unwin | Tom Rogan | Arthur Fleck | Penny Fleck | Clowns (Clown & Ambulance Clown) | Wall Street Three | Penny Fleck's Boyfriend | Rose the Hat | The True Knot | Andrei Sator | Priya Singh | Zelda | Consuella | Esmerelda | Saoirse | Terrance Mendoza | Butch | Mechagodzilla | Apex Cybernetics (Walter Simmons, Ren Serizawa & Maia Simmons) | Shang Tsung | Sub-Zero | Mileena | Reiko | Kano | Kabal | Goro | Reptile | Nitara | Shao Kahn | Al-G Rhythm | Pete | Goon Squad | Baron Vladimir Harkonnen | Count Glossu Rabban | Piter de Vries | Helen Mohiam | Gabriel | The Analyst | Riddler | Penguin | Carmine Falcone | Joker

Animated Television
The Grinch | Cousin Mel | I.M. Slime | Snow Miser | Heat Miser | Montana Max | Elmyra Duff | The Brain | Katie Ka-Boom | Satan | Walter Wolf | Sid the Squid | Beanie the Bison | Snowball | General Parvo | Werewolves | General Grievous | Dr. Nuvo Vindi | Wat Tambor | Son | Savage Opress | Riff Tamson | Pong Krell | Keeper Agruss | Darth Maul | Saw Gerrera | North Wind | Hervnick Z. Snerz | Goat | Yes-Man | The Dooka of Yookia | The Dookess of Zookia | Philip Trousers | Marilyn Blouse

Live-Action TV
Jack Mac Gruder | Father Blackwood | Billy Marlin | Madame Satan | Weird Sisters (Prudence Blackwood, Agatha Night, Dorcas Night) | Batibat | Crimson Avenger | Plague Kings (Beelzebub, Asmodeus & Purson) | The Pagans (Pan, Circe & Nagaina) | Green Man | Caliban | Jimmy Platt | Dorian Gray | Bartel | Jerathmiel | Mehitable | Aphophis | Satan

Video Games
Swan | Dark Purveyors (Zed, Vikke, Mariska, Josey & Lewis Legend) | Killabilly | Zombies | Forrest Blackwell | Rex Fury | Sauron | Black Hand of Sauron | Celebrimbor | Tower of Sauron | Hammer of Sauron | Lord Vortech | Children of Arkham (Vicki Vale, Oswald Cobblepot & Blockbuster) | Catwoman | Two-Face | Falcone Crime Family | Joe Chill | Victor Zsasz | Mr. & Mrs. Vale | Gotham Criminal Triumvirate (Thomas Wayne, Hamilton Hill & Carmine Falcone) | The Pact (Riddler, Harley Quinn, Bane, Mr. Freeze, John Doe & Eli Knable) | The Agency (Amanda Waller & Roger Harrison) | Rumi Mori | Willy Deever | S.A.N.C.T.U.S. | Zog the Eternal | Brûz the Chopper | Patricia Rakepick | Merula Snyde

Shorts
Daffy Duck | Sylvester | Tasmanian Devil | Wile E. Coyote | Elmer Fudd | Yosemite Sam | Marvin the Martian | Instant Martians | Gossamer | Tom | Jerry | Spike | Butch

Music
Crazy Taxi Driver | Cry Baby | Big Bad Wolf | Mr. Potato Head

See Also
A. Film Production Villains | Adventure Time Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Aquaman Villains | Archieverse Villains | Arkhamverse Villains | Arrowverse Villains | Batgirl Villains | Batman Villains | Batman Beyond Villains | Batwoman Villains | Ben 10 Villains | Birds of Prey Villains | Black Lightning Villains | Blade Runner Villains | Blue Beetle Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Captain Planet Villains | Cartoon Network Villains | Castle Rock Entertainment Villains | Catwoman Villains | Cats & Dogs Villains | Christopher Nolan Villains | Constantine: The Hellblazer Villains | Danmachi Villains | DC Animated Universe Villains | DC Animated Movie Universe Villains | DC Extended Universe Villains | DC Super Hero Girls Villains | DC's Legends of Tomorrow Villains | Die Hard Villains | Doom Patrol Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Dune Villains | Eraser Villains | Flash Villains | Game of Thrones Villains | Gotham Villains | Green Arrow Villains | Green Lantern Villains | Gremlins Villains | Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe Villains | Harley Quinn Villains | Harry Potter Villains | Injustice Villains | Justice League Villains | Justice League Dark Villains | Justice Society Villains | Laika Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Legion of Super-Heroes Villains | LEGO Dimensions Villains | Lethal Weapons Villains | Lollipop Chainsaw Villains | Loonatics Unleashed Villains | Looney Tunes Villains | Lucifer Villains | Mad Max Villains | Melanie Martinez Villains | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Villains | Middle-Earth Villains | MonsterVerse Villains | Mortal Kombat Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Pacific Rim Villains | Peacemaker Villains | Pokémon Villains | Powerpuff Girls Villains | Primal Villains | Regular Show Villains | Rick and Morty Villains | Robin Villains | Robot Chicken Villains | Rush Hour Villains | Samurai Jack Villains | Sesame Street Villains | Scooby-Doo Villains | SHAZAM Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Smallville Villains | South Park Villains | Space Jam Villains | Star Wars Villains | Static Shock Villains | Steel Villains | Stephen King Villains | Steven Universe Villains | Studiocanal Villains | SWAT Kats Villains | Suicide Squad Villains | Supergirl Villains | Superman Villains | Swamp Thing Villains | Syfy Villains | Teen Titans Villains | Telltale Batman Villains | Terminator Villains | The Addams Family Villains | The Banana Splits Movie Villains | The Conjuring Villains | The Hangover Villains | The LEGO Movie Villains | The Matrix Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Tiny Toon Adventures Villains | Tom and Jerry Villains | TMNT Villains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | Watchmen Villains | Wild Wild West Villains | Wonder Woman Villains | Xiaolin Showdown Villains | Yu-Gi-Oh! Villains | Young Justice Villains

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Animated Features
Mrs. Fussy | The Godfather | Miss America | Simple Savior | Fräulein Rottenmeier | Head Ratte | Holli Would | The Goons | Beavis and Butt-head | Dallas Grimes | Muddy Grimes | Principal McVicker | Angelica Pickles | Eric Cartman | Saddam Hussein | Sheila Broflovski | Satan | Mr. Garrison | Chef | Randy Marsh | Shelly Marsh | Gerald Broflovski | Coco LaBouche | Jean-Claude | Robosnail | King Goobot V | Ooblar | Poultra | Alphonse Perrier du von Scheck | Nick Vermicelli | Robert Pataki | Sloan Blackburn | Bree Blackburn | Poachers Siri | Sheldon J. Plankton | Karen Plankton | Eugene Krabs | Poppy Puff | Dennis | Cyclops | Victor | Boat Jacker | The Thug Tug Gang | The Frogfish | Kim Jong-il | Film Actor's Guild (Alec Baldwin) | Vincent | Gladys Sharp | Dwayne LaFontant | Dag | Nora Beady | Coyotes | The Toad | Le Frog | Spike & Whitey | Thimblenose Ted | Fat Barry | Ladykiller | Henchfrogs | Prince Charming | Rapunzel | Pirates (Captain Hook) | Evil Queen | Cyclops | Headless Horseman | Stromboli | Steve and Ed | Mabel | Black Knights | Witches | Gnomes | Layton T. Montgomery | Ken | Grendel | Grendel's Mother | Dragon | Tai Lung | Criminals | Makunga | Teetsi | Nana | Tour Guide | Poachers | Gallaxhar | Robot Probes | Red Death | Rumpelstiltskin | Griselda | Baba | Pied Piper | Megamind | Minion | Tighten | Mayor Tortoise John | Rattlesnake Jake | Bad Bill | Hawk | Balthazar Douglas Peterson | Maybelle | Lord Shen | Lord Shen's Wolf Army (Boss Wolf) | Jack and Jill | Humpty Alexander Dumpty | Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine | Allan | Tom | Pedro | Falcon | Aristides Silk | Red Rackham | Chantel DuBois | DuBois' Men | Max Mordon | Kopponen | Odysseus Inc. | Pitch Black | Nightmares | Burger-Beard | Jack Rackham | Moriarty | Reggie and Ronnie | Chimpanzombies | King Poseidon | El Diablo | Mayor Humdinger | Kitten Catastrophe Crew | Ruben and Butch | Tentacular | Jimothy Brett-Chadley III | Lady Mayhem | Serena Ryan | Ika Chu | Ohga

Live-Action Films
Pod People | Frank | Aarfy | Arthur Slugworth | Emilio Barzini | Emilio Barzini Jr. | Fabrizio | Jack Woltz | Luca Brasi | Francesco Ciccio | Carmine Cuneo | Michael Corleone | Vito Corleone | Sonny Corleone | Fredo Corleone | Connie Corleone | Vincent Corleone | Peter Clemenza | Carmine Cuneo | Don Fanucci | Paulie Gatto | Archbishop Gilday | Moe Greene | Tom Hagen | Rocco Lampone | Licio Lucchesi | Mark McCluskey | Al Neri | Frank Pentangeli | Carlo Rizzi | Hyman Roth | Virgil Sollozzo | Victor Stracci | Philip Tattaglia | Bruno Tattaglia | Salvatore Tessio | Joey Zasa | The Godfather | Miss America | Simple Savior | Petrox Corporation (Fred Wilson) | Orca | Captain Nolan | Leo Balmudo | Mr. Firat | Assassins (Moras) | Katahdin | Pamela Voorhees | Wes | Pam | Bluto | The Miner (Axel Palmer) | Jason Voorhees | Vermithrax Pejorative | Tyrian | Adolf Hitler | René Belloq | Major Arnold Ernst Toht | Herman Dietrich | Gobler | German Mechanic | Otto | Satipo | Barranca | Albert Ganz | Richard Ganz | Mola Ram | Chief Guard | Chattar Lal | Lao Che | Eh Tar | Mrs. Dribb | Victor Maitland | Shepard Gang (Tim Shepard, Curly Shepard & Angela Shepard) | Texan Thugs | Maxwell Dent | Karla Fry | Walter Donovan | Elsa Schneider | Ernst Vogel | Panama Hat | Garth | Koji Sato | Dennis Peck | Igor Loginov | Viktor Tupolev | Ivan Putin | Andrei Lysenko | Carl Bruner | Willy Lopez | Don Altobello | Abigail Craven | Tully Alford | Benjamin Oliver | Sean Miller | Kevin O'Donnell | Geoffrey Watkins | Dennis Cooley | Holli Would | The Goons | Bobby Cahn | Debbie Jellinsky | Gary and Becky Granger | Mr. Curran | Ellis DeWald | Orrin Sanderson | Felix Cortez | Steve Fulbright | Paul Barish | Beverly Barish Burns | King Edward I | Prince Edward | Robert de Brus | Craig | Mornay | Marion Hawthorne | Agatha K. Plummer | Governor Tracy | Aaron Stampler | John Shaughnessy | Archbishop Richard Rushman | Jim Phelps | Franz Krieger | Max Mitsopolis | Claire Phelps | Matthias | Sala | Sky Bandits | Xander Drax | Charlie Zephro | Skulls of Touganda | Quill | Singh Brotherhood (The Great Kabai Sengh, The Evil Kabai Sengh & Kabai Sengh) | Ray Zephro | Styles | Jack Farley | Morgan | Breen | Castor Troy | Pollux Troy | Kurt Bozwell | Troy and Griffin | Roxanne | Dr. William Weir | Cal Hockley | Spicer Lovejoy | Ruth DeWitt Bukater | Christof | Steamboat Willie | Kevin Dunne | Lady Van Tassel | Headless Horseman | Reverend Steenwyck | Sean Ambrose | Hugh Stamp | John C. McCloy | Wallis | Ulrich | Michael | Simon | Jacobim Mugatu | Julianna Gianni | Seven Dwarves | Henry Gates | Richard and Jay | James Rethrick | Madame Vandersexxx | Claire Wellington | Vincent | Paco | Felix Reyes-Torrena | Jed Parry | Plankton | Karen Plankton | Mr. Krabs | Dennis | Cyclops | Victor | Boat Jacker | The Thug Tug Gang | Count Olaf | Hook-Handed Man | Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender | Bald Man | White-Faced Women | Zateb Kazim | Yves Massarde | Zakara | Martians | Owen Davian | John Musgrave | Brownway | Kimbrough | Ramses | Brooks & Elwyn | Curtis Taylor, Jr. | Jean-Baptiste Grenouille | Norbit's Parents | Rasputia Latimore | Big Black Jack Latimore | Blue Latimore | Earl Latimore | Deion Hughes | Buster Perkin | Stranz Van Waldenberg | Fairchild Van Waldenberg | Katie Van Waldenberg | Robert Turner | Megatron | Decepticons (Starscream, Barricade, Frenzy, Blackout, Scorponok, Bonecrusher, Brawl, & Dispensor) | Charles Meachum | Issac Johnson | Mikhaylo Sczerbiak | Officer Timmons | Lila Cantrow | Assef | Sweeney Todd | Mrs. Lovett | Judge Turpin | Beadle Bamford | Jonas Fogg | Adolfo Pirelli | Clover | Parasites | Mulgarath | Red Cap | Goblins | Mole Troll | Lindsay Marlings | Predatory Vines | Irina Spalko | Antonin Dovchenko | George McHale | Tran | Les Grossman | ARIIA | Jake | Max | Anna Ivers | Jason Voorhees | Ozymandias (Watchmen) Romulans (Nero, Ayel) | The Fallen | Decepticons (Soundwave, Sideways, Grindor, Ravage, Alice, & Scalpel) | Constructicons/Devastator (Demolishor, Rampage, Long Haul, Mixmaster, Scrapper, & Scavenger) | Theodore Galloway | Cobra Commander | COBRA/M.A.R.S. Industries (Destro, Storm Shadow, Baroness, Zartan, Dr. Mindbender & Cobra Troopers) | George Harvey | Fire Nation ( Zhao, Ozai, Azula & Zuko) | Therman Murch | Darla | Sentinel Prime | Decepticons (Dylan Gould, Laserbeak, Shockwave, Driller, Igor, Watch-Out, Crankcase, Crowbar & Devcon) | Demons | Percy Dolarhyde | Kurt Hendricks | Marius Wistrom | Sabine Moreau | Brij Nath | Bogdan Anasenko | The Zec | Charlie | Emerson | Muriel | Firefly | Zandar | Jordan Belfort | Donnie Azoff | Gordon Gekko | Colonel Nelec | Cooper | Khan Noonien Singh | Alexander Marcus | Zombies | Harold Attinger | Cemetery Wind (Lockdown, James Savoy, Steeljaw, & Shadow Raiders) | Kinetic Solutions Incorporated (Joshua Joyce, Stinger & KSI Drones) | The Creators | Noah | Tubal-Cain | Lord Cotys | General Sitacles | King Eurystheus | Shredder | Foot Clan (Eric Sacks & Karai) | Dr. Mann | Burger-Beard | The Syndicate (Solomon Lane, Janik Vinter, Kagan, Saif, Richter, & Atlee) | T-3000 | T-5000 | T-1000 | T-800 | Skynet | Howard Stambler | Aliens | Krang | Baxter Stockman | Bebop and Rocksteady | Krall | Manas | General James Harkness | The Hunter | Reece Tenneson | Burke | Quintessa | Infernocons | Decepticons (Nitro Zeus, Mohawk, Berserker, Onslaught & Dreadbot) | Transformers Reaction Force (Commander Santos) | Unicron | Death Angels | August Walker | White Widow | Zola Mitsopolis | Nils Debruuk | Rev-9 | Legion | Shatter | Dropkick | Blitzwing | Agent Jack Burns | Dr. Powell | Alejandro Gutierrez | Swiper | Powell | Viper | Christina X | Clayton Verris | Dr. Robotnik | Agent Stone | Echidna Tribe (Pachacamac) | Lyfegro (Zac Tieran & Colette) | Ghostface | Richie Kirsche | Amber Freeman | Abigail Fairfax

Live-Action Television
Jack Mac Gruder | Count Olaf | Esmé Squalor | Hook-Handed Man | Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender | White-Faced Women | Bald Man | Carmelita Spats | Hugo, Colette and Kevin | Wart-Faced Man | The Man With a Beard But No Hair | The Woman With Hair But No Beard | Dr. Georgina Orwell | Sir | Vice Principal Nero | Ernest Denouement | Ishmael | Bombinating Beast | Aarfy

See Also
Amblin Entertainment Villains | Avatar Villains | Avengers Villains | Beavis and Butt-Head Villains | Beverly Hills Cop Villains | Captain America Villains | Chinatown Villains | Clone High Villains | CSI Villains | Danny Phantom Villains | Dimension Films Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Farrelly Brothers Villains | Friday the 13th Villains | Friedberg and Seltzer Villains G.I. Joe Villains | Henry Danger Villains | Indiana Jones Villains | Invader Zim Villains | Iron Man Villains | Jack Ryan Villains | Jerry Bruckheimer Villains | Jimmy Neurton Villains | King Kong Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Lemony Snicket Villains | Lucasfilm Villains | Madagascar Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Miramax Villains | Mission Impossible Villains | N.C.I.S. Villains | Nickelodeon Villains | Nickelodeon Movies Villains | Norbit Villains | Rango Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Rugrats Villains | Scream Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Shrek Villains | Sleepy Hollow Villains | Sonic the Hedgehog Villains | South Park Villains | SpongeBob SquarePants Villains | Star Trek Villains | Syfy Villains | Sweeney Todd Villains | Terminator Villains | The Addams Family Villains | The Cloverfield Universe Villains | The Fairly OddParents Villains | The Godfather Villains | The Loud House and The Casagrandes Villains | Thor Villains | Tim Burton Villains | TMNT Villains | Transformers Villains | Transformers Cinematic Universe Villains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | XXX Villains

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Animated Features
Stan Beals | Wasps

Live-Action Films
Ra's al Ghul | League of Shadows (Ra's Decoy) | Scarecrow | Carmine Falcone | Victor Zsasz | Arnold Flass | Joe Chill | Lex Luthor | Scrunt | German Drinking Team | Cherry | Xerxes | Theron | Ephialtes | The Immortals | Joker | Joker's Thugs (Thomas Schiff, Chuckles, Kilson, Happy, Dopey, Grumpy & Bus Driver) | Two-Face | Sal Maroni | The Chechen | Gambol | Lau | Bank Manager | Michael Wuertz | Burmese Bandit | Rorschach | Ozymandias | The Comedian | Doctor Manhattan | Moloch | The Flasher | Leslie Chow | Officer Franklin and Officer Garden | Melissa | Sam | Steven Wilkins | Mr. Kreeg | Laurie | Macy | Lord Ozunu | Takeshi | Hades | Acrisius | Medusa | Charon | Prokopion | Dioskilos | Kraken | Quentin Turnbull | Burke | Mal Cobb | Blue Jones | Kingsley | Russian mobsters | Kronos | Ares | Cyclopes | Makhai | Minotaur | Bane | Talia al Ghul | Barsad | Catwoman | John Daggett | General Fallon | The Giants | Lord Roderick | Wickie | Marshall | Black Doug | Precursors | Kaiju (Trespasser, Knifehead, Mutavore, Otachi, Leatherback, Raiju, Scunner, Slattern, Onibaba, Obsidian Fury & Raijin, Hakuja and Shrikethorn) | Artemisia | Artaphernes | M.U.T.O. | Satan | Mehmed II | Master Vampire | Dr. Mann | Mother Malkin | Mutsushiro Watanabe | Elias Kassar | General Lyons | Indominus rex | Vic Hoskins | Henry Wu | Lady Lucille Sharpe | Krampus | Krampus' Elves | Krampus' Toys | Krampus' Gingerbread Men | Gul'dan | The Horde (Blackhand the Destroyer & Orgrim Doomhammer) | Dean Redding | Tao Tei (Tao Tei Queen) | Skullcrawlers (Skull Devil) | Preston Packard | Newton Geiszler | Eli Mills | Ken Wheatley | Gunnar Eversol | Kores Botha | Xia | Mr. Pierce | Ku Klux Klan (David Duke, Felix Kendrickson, Walter Breachway, Ivanhoe & Nelson Walker) | Andy Landers | Connie Kendrickson | Kennebrew Beauregard | Howard Clifford | Ditto | Sebastian | Ann Laurent | King Ghidorah | Alan Jonah | Rodan | Asher Jonah | Emma Russell | Mechagodzilla | Apex Cybernetics (Walter Simmons, Ren Serizawa & Maia Simmons) | Baron Vladimir Harkonnen | Count Glossu Rabban | John Hartley | Nolan Booth | Sarah Black | Sotto Voce | Leatherface

See Also
Amblin Entertainment Villains | Batman Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Christopher Nolan Villains | DC Extended Universe Villains | Dead Rising Villains | Dracula Villains | Dune Villains | Godzilla Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | King Kong Villains | MonsterVerse Villains | Netflix Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Paramount Villains | Pokémon Villains | Superman Villains | Texas Chainsaw Massacre Villains | The Hangover Villains | The Toxic Avengers Villains | Universal Studios Villains | Warcraft Villains | Warner Bros. Villains | Watchmen Villains

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