I am fairly certain Darkseid could qualify as a Dark Form but I don't wish to add the category without someone a little more knowledgable on the official DC universe than I am can confirm - from what I have read about Darkseid he is a "God Of Evil": his appearance in the animated series is much less powerful than his appearance in comics (much like his nemesis, Superman).. he rules over Apokolips - a world that is arguably a parallel of Hell and almost always shows certain aspects of a "satanic" character (such as sociopathy, darwinistic "survival of the fittest", worship by many (usually out of fear) and near-omnipotence within his realm).

He has also, I believe, waged war with his own "pantheon" of New Gods - making him a "rogue" god (which is arguably similiar as beings such as Loki and Lucifer) The Voice 10:29, March 6, 2011 (UTC)


A part of me wants to add "Honorable Villains" to Darkseid's Category List, primarily because he honors deals he makes and has allied with the heroes when it suits him; according to someone I know, the following sums up Darkseid's personality very well:

"Darkseid is a man--if indeed he can be called a man--of his word. He does exactly what he says he's going to do...and nothing else."Pyromania101 (talk) 05:41, February 9, 2013 (UTC)

"I gave my word I would not come for the girl, your death however is long overdue" - Darkseid is a man of his word.. though I don't know if it is honor or not, Darkseid is the God of Evil so honor goes against his nature: though I suppose he is more accurately DC's God of Lawful Evil, thus has his own "code" that he won't break Joecoolio (talk) 21:51, February 15, 2013 (UTC)

Is Darkseid truly Pure Evil? I just never see him that way.

17:31, November 2, 2017 (UTC)

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