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Oh deary. Another incompetent, generic antagonist. Oh how my taste buds have been left a utterly, disgusting digestion.
My name is Jacob. I am here in Villains Wiki to help out on some editing to be done with. Also, I'm a Youtuber making daily videos everyday and made some critical review videos about whatever is in mind or store for me.
Ever since January 2020, there are some "crimes" I regretted committing :(. Then again, times changed and it took me almost a decade if felt nearly to reform myself into someone better in re-evaluating.
Status on Villains Wiki: Sometimes active/inactive (Joined since October 30, 2019).
Birth Date: 8/28/2003 (August 28, 2003)
Located at: Hidden Home (Philippines, Taguig City, BGC)
Occupation: Youtuber, High school student, student at a local Manga Workshop, and Critic under studies and training
Likes: His Harem and can often be friendly towards others.
Dislikes: Everyone he despises, and those who used him for scapegoat purposes (possibly due to torment and incrimination).
PE Proposals I Might Do (Side Note: Think Twice before stealing them without my consent)
Enshin - While approved as Near Pure Evil, I might want to reconsider him since his motivations for his crimes kinda differ from Syura and Champ. While the heinous standards in Akame Ga Kill! is kinda high, thanks to a certain sadistic, independent woman and an elderly fat piece of sh*t, Enshin's resources and limited amount of his screen time should help him back up with his own background, not to mention he's just as bad as Syura and Champ.(Decided to bestow the idea to SleepingGuy).
Dix Perdix - He stands out alongside Ishtar, given he was willing to hurt a child monster for the fun of it and his so-called Freudian Excuse does not justify his horrible actions, not to mention he indirectly led an major impact between humans and Xenos no longer making any contact to peace and co-existence, so yeah, he's a real d*cks per d*cks. (Succeeded)
Millions Knives (Anime version) - Unlike his manga version who showed remorse and still loves his brother Vash, the protagonist. His Anime counterpart seems more worse, despite having some moments implying he does care for Vash, that's not the case, not to mention he caused numerous ships of living people inside die and indirectly caused Vash to destroy the whole population of July not at his own will. He even psychologically torment him just to make him know he is him at an extent.
Preston Teagardin - The guy is a priest, but a rapist in general. That motherf*cker seduced Arvin's sister into having sex with him just manipulating her, only to turn her down when she got pregnant that indirectly enforced her to commit suicide not before she did it accidentally. His death under Arvin's hands gave me more relief than this. (Succeeded)
Carl Henderson - While Sandy showed remorse for her actions, Carl doesn't. As he forces his wife to commit sexual acts on men, even rape them outright, it could only go back to him as a whole, since he did most of the murders and takes pictures of it for his own sadistic pleasure. Sandy was even disgusted by this, as seen with a former soldier he brutally mutilated before he died. Him picking up Arvin in the first place was big mistake and I was relieved with his death, but poor Sandy though, she had a chance to reform but turns down to gunpoint at Arvin, but under self-defense. So either way, Carl stands out than his wife. Another fact is that, while trying to propose Carl, he needs a separate page, same goes for his wife. (Succeeded)
Argos (Kamen Rider Ghost) - Given my experience with Kamen Rider Ghost, I think he qualifies. While everyone else is redeemed or has redeeming qualities, Argos has none and while his crimes could be the exact to others, his was to turn everyone into ghosts that don't have lives and he was willing to commence a genocide against those who were famously known at a village gathering. His death may be tragic, but once he found it and thought he was lied to, it does not anymore, same could occur to his own brother and family. (Succeeded)
Samejima - The guy is more worse than Hiro Shishigami in terms of heinousness, while Hiro is more heinous due to his high kill count, he isn't the only villain in the story. Despite being a one-shot, Samejima proven to be far worse and more hated than Hiro, because he's a damn rapist. Given his own resources, alongside his own term of actions, he has raped many women and the first time we saw him was when he raped a woman to death while drugging her, then in a sauna, he orally raped a guy for a petty reason, then onward to making attempts to rape a woman who's now engaged and kills her husband in front of her (though Inuyashiki saves him). His actions were so horrible to the point he broke and left a scar to an innocent couple, where we now see the same woman lying in bed, with drugged wounds and bare naked, it's clear he went too far. Believe me people, I've seen worse sh*t, but this guy. He f**king got me so angry. (Succeeded)
Lucifero and Megicula - Both are the bigger bads of Black Clover, with what was stated for how evil they are, I can tell Lucifero will have his standards very higher given he wants to destroy the world in an omnicidal way, and with Megicula aiding and is responsible for Acier's death that caused Noelle's life to be hell, I'd say she stands out alongside Lucifero, but I have to wait for the whole series to be over soon and ensure their full Moral Agency is the same as Zagred.
Lord Arcanon - My experience to Power Rangers might have a foggy side effect but upon recalling Dino Charge, I think he stands out since everyone else tried to commence attempted omnicide and universal/galactic domination, something that made PR'S standards high. He actually made way by commencing mundicide, which is different from omnicide, yet it is still a unique one and this bodycount given does have a rivalry comparison to the bodycount Venjix had as well. So until further notice, Arcanon's still up for debate whether he qualifies.
Cain Madhouse - He seemed to be an interesting candidate for killing his best friend's girl and had done a lot more worse, though I have a lot more to see in To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts to see if he qualifies, that said being the anime adaptation itself.
Ishihara - He's basically Byron Hadley but only if he qualified more than he wasn't in the Shawshank Redemption. He literally brutalizes the prisoners wrongfully and without doubt sells younger prisoners to a pedophile. That should say enough of him.
All For One (even though TAD and Sun9141 planned for it) - You're all wondering? Why am I even doing this if someone else planned on doing so. Well I'll be real, other than being a complete MHA fanboy, no way will I be the only user whose a big MHA fan to NOT have proposed a MHA villain (it's kind of a New Year's resolution or what was planned on my Bucket List). Even though AFO is a tough one, I still happen to have the knowledge and facts about this guy, not to mention I have to wait if his potential as a full-on PE is confirmed after most of the future story arcs are done, unless Kohei has something to say about it. Then again, I can still give credit to TAD and Sun9141 for wanting to do this, but honestly, I know my sh*t when it comes to saving everything in one Sandbox.
Jack of Blades - He's someone I find interesting and he kinda fits the criteria, but I need to see some kind of playthrough for this guy in order to see if he qualifies, his Moral Agency is also a needed concern worth worrying about.
Tetta Kisaki - He rises to the top of Toman where he brutally and psychologically abused the members and manipulated them to gain power, even going as far as to kill Hinata Tachibana out of petty reasons of her being with Takemichi instead of him, even for being rejected by her for his actions. Until the manga and the anime alike finishes as whole, but given his cold and heartless personality, I think he qualifies for an anime about gangsters. Not to mention killing Emma, one of my waifus, was a upbringing trigger of my hatred to him.
Alan Sylvasta - Upon remembrance to BNA, this guy clearly sets the heinous standards of being a xenophobic businessman-to-complete hypocrite of wanting to corrupt Beastmen just to find an excuse for genocide against them all because he thinks he too is superior, but he isn't. Until a second season is out, I got my eyes on him.
Holy Sol's Shadow Captain - Wasn't able to catch up with the series but I figured to do so and basically this guy is more worse than everyone in the White-Clad, including Haumea and Inca themselves who I hate the most. But this guy manages to stand out because he is the only sole rapist in the series, implied to have sexually molested Joker (formerly known as Five-Two) when he was younger and he is the big reason he became a criminal in the first place but to set his family on fire was a big mistake.
Dietlinde Eckhart - She's basically one of the 2003 version of FMA's easily most evilest villain that holds true competition to the likings of Dante herself. She manages to surpass with resources that involves being part of a German army (or the Thule Society which she named it) and causes about enough damage within the world of Amestris just to gain its enhance equipment, the destruction led to more innocent people killed, if you can count the child we had a teddy bear Al witnessed from that moment. So, yeah, she stands out enough due to her delusional intentions with no remorse. (Succeeded)
Formality Posts (In case)
Medusa Gorgon - She abused her son psychologically and unleashed an evil kishin named Asura just so she could watch the world begone. She may some have good moments but look, do I even find her attracting? Bruh, I deeply hated her with a passion and for good reason. A lot of good reasons, believe me, you do not wanna know my history with her, at least two ofher sisters are much better to see in.
Owlman (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths) - Cataclysmic intentions, but a great villain in my opinion. Given he wasn't proposed yet, I might be planning to do him once I have the time, just hope no one makes it before me though :(. (Succeeded)
Vilgax - I really don't care if allowed or not, I think Vilgax at least deserves some evaluation at least to the extent of his villainy. Ben 10 was an amazing part of my childhood and I'd gladly like to express the entire history Vilgax had in his days. (Idea taken by Percival C. McLeach :(.)
Alva (Pokémon) - The guy literally and destroyed Magearna before her soul was brought back to life, but still had his worst actions of manipulating the prince over wanting power and was willing to destroy the Nebel Plateau just to spite Magearn'a heart as part of his lust for power over the Azoth Kingdom, but it was his Mega Wave that forced Pokemon to Mega Evolve as a serious MEH.
Hunter J - She sold stolen Pokemon into a black market and trafficking, that should say enough.
Gold Toothed Doctor - Okay, this guy is just creepy as hell. Same case as Father, I think he qualifies the same as Shou Tucker unless there's comparisons in that state. (Succeeded)
Ragyō Kiryūin - Same case as Medusa Gorgon, another horrible anime mom except she sexually abused her daughter since her days of growing up. Says enough to why I want her proposed to my palms after having to watching the series if I have time. Just hope no one steals this from me.
Dante (FMA 2003) - Just recently discovered she doesn't have a Proposal, so yeah, I'm doing it hers since she sets the standards in the 2003 version of FMA compared to Father. (Implied to have been proposed already unknowingly).
Yusuke Harada from Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens - While he seems incompetent, he is nevertheless an Hate Sink for murdering women, not to mention raping them to the core of it. He's a spoiled brat of the same vibes as Joffrey Baratheon and he was given trafficked women by his own father who spoiled him, he raped and killed Qioamei Lin, the sister of Xianming Lin, who was waiting to reunite with him until Yusuke broke that chance. He even has his friends beat up a foreigner on video for his own amusement, I truly hate this guy with a passion, though he wasn't the only one I had experience with.
General Abbott from Sweet Tooth - Having to have watched the entire Netflix adaptation of the same title from the comics, Abbott is someone to keep an eye upon, guy is a complete Hate Sink to date. His army and him are willing to experiment, kill, and hurt children, who are half-animal hybrids, all because of a virus? That I understand but their still human for goodness sake! No matter the appearance, I really detest Xenophobes and Racists, but this guy has gone through extreme levels just to make attempts to hybrid genocide just because he wants to save humanity, but how is that true if he's also willing to kill other humans, look what he did to my boi Big Man, what an a**hole! But after the first season is finished, I need to ensure for the next season soon.
D.A. Sinclair from Invincible (Amazon Original Series Only) - Despite the standards thanks to Omni-Man, I feel like Sinclair should be given a shot despite his one-shot appearance, though its likely for him to return until an upcoming season is announced. But given the intake of his own resources, being a scientist in secret in the sewers, he has kidnapped several people for his experimentations of mutilating them and modifying them into monstrously robotized human beings who are still living inside with their emotions intact, to this case of Rick, William's boyfriend. Despite his delusional acclaims to human's evolution, he is well aware of the matter at some point in his actions but doesn't show remorse in his doings because it felt that the theory made was "right". Until further notice for the upcoming season, we'll just have to wait and see.
Flect Turn from My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission - Well okay, I might have found some spoilers from the movie when it aired in Japan in some vids I've watched. So far from what was said combined with the extra info about it, I clearly doubt what he is doing as an extremist is beyond what a extremist should do, I mean, comparing to Kai Chisaki, he's just a "generic" version of him except he's Megamind in anime. However, he manages to surprise me, even by the anime canon's standards, plans a full blown genocide instead of a cultural one. Unlike what Overhaul intended, Flect Turn is willing to outright kill innocents if it meant achieving what he want, his backstory, while understandable does not seem like a excuse when he tries to persuade Rody to hand over the switch to turn off the bombs, even willing to attack him regardless. This shows he was only delusional by the very end and thought he was meant to be humanity's "savior" but instead he could've got proper help in controlling his Quirk. So yeah, he's basically the only one whose excuse does not seem sympathetic, but unless the movie is out nationwide and if I have to watch it, it clearly says otherwise if I might re-evaluate from the given spoilers. Then again, sorry if you're reading this, but it happened anyway.
PE Removals I Might Do
Cinder Fall - Okay, I'm apparently going to keep my eyes on her to this point. Because solely throughout each volume events in RWBY and sincerely to Volume 8, her backstory as a made slave suffering from abuse that shaped her into who she was ultimately questions if she was now made to be sympathetic (however, criticism says otherwise). But it was not the only thing we saw, after Arthur Watts berated her for her reckless actions of her wants and needs due to her past and failures, she was seen in a corner, having a tearful expression when reminded of her past if not so implied, this could make her insecure. Though there might be counter argumentative factors if she was either made to be a complex Pure Evil or a Near Pure Evil suffering the same "Controversial Cliche" case (take Montgomery de la Cruz and Douma for example, not to compare with her). But in case for Volume 9 for RWBY to conclude Cinder's character, it should be note-worthy that the writers might have this "Word of God" to make her three-dimensional to the point she might render to NPE instead.
PE Re-Proposals I Might Reconsider
Barodius - He's definitely one of the most heinous villains within the Bakugan franchise and has the utmost highest kill count to date. He's apparently downvoted for the wrong reasons, until I could have the confirmation if he ultimately stands out or not in comparisons to other villains like King Zenoheld and Coredegon, including his Moral Agency in case, after watching the series, it should be fine.
Meruem - Out of all the anime villains like Shishigami, Yoshikage Kira, and Aizen. I'd say the more compelling in front of them is none other than the king himself. Meruem's portrayal started out with him being a ruthless, cold, demanding, and crueler monarch who wanted to replace humanity's world with his tyranny and have them in his palm. Luckily a little girl named Komugi changes him that very day. I'd like how well-written and how he was portrayed from being a heartless villain to a genuinely much more developed character ever since he met Komugi, every time I see him interact with her is just too wholesome to see. I literally cried when he died alongside Komugi and taught me that any villain we have loathe don't turn out as bad as they are, and Meruem here was that very lesson to me.
Father (KND) - He went from a serious villain to a joke (vice versa sometimes), but nevertheless I grew up watching him on KND on Cartoon Network. As much as he seems like a parody to the Devil, he does have some good humor to both character and personality, while disappointed to say his portrayal in Operation: Z.E.R.O. It at least explains why he turned out this way and sometimes he's a character worth sympathizing him despite how he was portrayed, yet it was worth having a good laugh at him and with him sometimes.
Owlman (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths) - The voice is perfect, the personality is outstanding, and said portrayal makes him more threatening. Now this is a version of Owlman I'd take on any day now, I admired how underrated this incarnation seemed and in general, has a lot more character than just being the secondary compared to Ultraman (not the tokusatsu franchise), and has more dedication to the sole purpose of his motivations, while albeit twisted, does have some good momentarily dialogue to his character.
Green Goblin (Spider-Man Films) - This here was something I watched back from my childhood days, back as a kid, I remember how much I consider him a "Love to Hate" villain when he first appeared fighting Spider-Man back at the festival, terrorized Aunt May, or having to let Spider-Man choose between saving Mary Jane or a bunch of children he endangered. May, when it comes to memories like that, I still remember how much of a laughably villain he can be despite how much of an easily hateful character he can be when I was a kid, oh the golden ages never fade. Then again, my current view on him now is such a praise-worth character due to how well acted Willem Dafoe put to make this guy's villain so entertained. As of now, I'm excited to see how he'll do in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Evolt - Heartless and cruel as he seems, does not entirely mean he lacks humor. Evolt is badass in anyway he could use under his own schemes through his intelligence and his abilities. For an extraterrestrial alien, he does have the provided criteria of being a wholesome comedian at times and does tend to joke around within his torments to the main characters, despite his actions' nature are indeed something any Complete Monster would do, but is still considered genuinely funny to us people.
Malthael - I find him underrated and yes, while similar to the One Winged Angel himself, doesn't mean he is just as badass as him in any kind of level. Malthael, a powerful fallen angel of death wishes to end an ongoing war and battle, even if it meant costing humanity's population and stealing about thousands of souls to his breach, but nevertheless has he have the potential of what he could truly do in battle to prove a point. As greatly written to his portrayal, I'd say Sephiroth has some competition.
Alastor - Charming, evil, but charming. Alastor is one well "dressed to kill" villain who has good tastes in old-fashion culture and tradition. Each moment he was onscreen gives out such comedically and wholesome degree on the definition he has to being a "classier/classic villain"-type.
The Batman Who Laughs - Oh how the might had fallen. Who knew Batman's greatest fears came alive at the moment the Joker broke him that very day. Though while choosing to remain evil, the Batman who Laughs has got to be one of DC's most iconic/best villains in modern media and comics, badass and entirely laughably at best, does know how to put a smile on anyone's faces.
Number seven goes to the hot-headed yet hilarious supervillain, Father, but not the anime version.
Number eight goes to the fallen hero himself, Batman, but fused with Joker.
Meh Waifu Harem Area (Credit to SleepingGuy, but differently since this also includes some characters and Heroines that interested me)
Yes people, but while I do have my opinions on girls depending on their personality and attractiveness as mentioned from my Hero counterpart's biggest top rankings randomly, they are in need of re-evaluation soon as this list demonstrates my current opinions. Take note despite there's already a category for this on my Favorite Villains section, I figured under Doc Brown's quote "What the Hell?".
IMPORTANT NOTE: This only focuses on a Top Six rating to who I find most appealing to my tastes. But again as mentioned above, the ladies from anyway from genre, let it be heroes or other Waifus also deserve praise. But unlike a Top Twelve (or more) for them, it's actually a Top Thirteen (or more).
13 Main Villainesses
Esdeath - Boi she is without doubt given a greatly-written personality, a bit of humanity in her and is THiCC at them thighs. Prove me wrong as I dare you.
Makima - Aside from her perfectly shaped body thanks to dat business attire, she does have grander aspects to her personality and alike, apart from her horrible actions, it was all for the Chainsaw Man regardless, though as much as she is the Best Villainess Waifu, Esdeath is far more superior that involved competition.
Lady Nagant - My Hero Academia has too much best girls and women to the point no fanboy or simp can decide whose best, apart from Himiko Toga and Curious (who I think is better, thicc as hell), but I'd say Nagant took the cake. Despite her screen time, she does express a lot more to her background and how strong she can be as both hero and villain alike. If you say Himiko Toga is best villain girl, hold Nagant's beer will you.
Beelzebul (Raiden Shogun) - Boi, Genshin Impact has lots of more than just a dozen of Waifu potential, but this hits pure Queen potential. Baal's beauty surely surpasses through her sheer fierceness and loyalty, but in addition to her superior complexity, she still can't compete her beauty to my love for Jean still. But to be frank, she's basically the Herrscher of the Void except she's more cold and at least has more redeeming qualities than her.
Arrow - Skilled on the outside, beautiful in the inside, if you know what I mean. But for real, Arrow is highly loyal and would do any demonstration to ensure her duties across Sho's well-being, apart of how she was a mother-figure to him, she does know how to compel her surroundings and standards as a character who knows best.
Shizuku Murasaki - The girls from Hunter X Hunter lack attention and I think out of them all besides Machi and Ponzu, Shizuku got my attention. Sure she is air-headed and just like everyone in the Phantom Troupe, are remorselessly mass murderers and thieves, does not clearly mean she is completely heartless. She does however possess likability for her moments of being just a character than being a villain rather.
Kurara Tendō - She's as dangerous as she is beautiful that could overwhelm her heinous side. Kurara is one hell of a independent and intelligent woman through her assets and planned-out ambitions, aside from her drug distributions and attempts to mass murder, she does have a more characterized personality of being a rather sophisticated and passionate young woman.
Daki - Spoiled girls aren't my type, however, she manages to get my attention. Not that I am simping or anything but I can't help but feel bad for her and her brother though, with Daki being the only female demon in the Upper Moons, she does know how to start up being sassy and gal-related.
Mikan Tsumiki - Is it bad to say I pick her over Junko Enoshima, a genuinely funny villainess while Mikan on the other hand is someone whose basically an accidental fanservice but more to her as a mistreated person with a kind, concerning heart to the point I can't help be feel sorry for the way she's been treated. Though I will humbly admit without regrets, nurse girls are kind of my ninth type.
Modeus - Surely enough for me to state: Lucifer and Azazel (or Loremaster) were better choices for me. However I ended up with Modeus, because there's only one way to describe why: She's just too cute despite being rather lustful... there's no stopping or helping myself from this.
Arachne Gorgon - Apparently Blair wasn't the only hot witch in the anime now that she has competition. Beautiful, stunning, manipulative, and WAY more better than her younger sister.
Courtney - When I first saw the Pokemon: Generations shorts, I absolutely love the portrayal for not only Courtney's video game counterpart, but kinda love the way it shows how much of a Yandere she can be to "analyze" with someone.
Reze - Oh ho ho, you think Makima was enough? Reze here has her perks and damn, they don't call her the "Bomb Devil" for nothing. Perfectly shaped with a rather deep love for Denji before she knew it, though Makima says otherwise (for the Chainsaw Man in her perspective).
15 Main Heroines (w/other Waifus)
Setsuna Tokage (Lizardy) - Possibly the most underrated Best Girl MHA has definitely offered before me and others. She has so much potential as a character and deserves more screen time not because she's just your average and hot, beautiful looking gal, but shows leadership and strategy when it comes to battle preparations and she does have a very unique Quirk in doing so. Then again, her civilian outfit though ( ✧≖ ͜ʖ≖)
Senju Kawaragi - Aside from knowing Emma and sadden by her death, the least Tokyo Revengers did do was to offer a new Best Girl that quickly rose to popularity, so forget Hinata, I'm now devoted to Senju, Long Live Brahman! But for reals, Senju quickly became another Best Waifu I'd fall for after Setsuna, she's strong, charismatic, and what made her unique is that before people did not know she was a girl and mistaken her for a boy, she's a gangster and has led a whole gang in one second, that is something Toman nor the Black Dragons had. So yeah, because of having to know her and to knowing how cute she looked, so I'm saying goodbye sadly to Takemichi X Hinata (don't judge me, I have my rights), because Takemichi X Senju is now a thing for me.
Yu Takeyama (Mount Lady) - I know what you're all thinking, she may be THiCC but has a very bad personality for a hero. That's where others can often be wrong, sure Midnight got more attention than her, but same as Setsuna, she too is underrated despite her screen time and was only known through fanservice, but rather than that she is a unique background and supporting character that she develops and matures despite her pride. Before and after the PLF war, she has changed for the better in sake of others than herself. But if you wish to defy this, be my guest, your underestimating my opinion, then again I don't know why I loved her in the first place, true there's fact about she was originally either Ochaco (mostly) or Yui Kodai to begin with... it seemed so familiar to why she wasn't the only giantess I had a crush on?
Chariot du Nord/Ursula Callistis - Kind-hearted and determined as both a mentor and teacher, Ursula, but given upon her real identity as Chariot, is very much mysterious within her view and background, but yet has a utmost nature to her beauty and motherly antics to Akko that makes her all the better as the perfect housewife type.
Mitsuri Kanroji - Shinobu could've be a good choice, but something about Mitsuri made me have a thing for her. She's kind, she's clumsy, she's pink, and she got a rack going on if you can tell. But everything mentioned is what makes her Mitsuri, a sunshine of hope. But to any opinion prevail on this is clearly a between for others, just don't tell Obanai to go after my nuts.
U-1196 - Lethal and badass at the same time, yet knows how to put brutality in beauty.
Blair - I've seen a lot of sexy anime witches, and she aged great. Combine an adorable purple kitten and a young adult witch alike and you get a perfect formula of one of the classic Best Girls since 2010s.
Chizuru Mizuhara - Tsundere, check. Has a simp for a boyfriend, check. A more warmer side of herself, eternal beauty, and is more beloved than some sociopathic "angel". All criteria has been met up with.
Shirokusa Kachi - Recently new to me and I already fell head over heels for her. Could at least say she made progress as "Best Girl of 2021" in my book, no competition with any girl else.
Sagiri Ameno - Ninja girls are not mostly known that much, but sure enough she's a good example and while strong and harsh, does have a much more caring side to her, much to her tsundere scenarios.
Emma Sano - She may be a typical school gal who wants to lose her innocents to become a adult, but she's more than that and aside her wants of Draken paying attention to her. She is still a genuinely good friend to Hinata and a concerned and caring girlfriend that got me saying that Draken just earned my respect, not matter how thicc she is, she's basically best waifu in Tokyo Revengers I've recently watched.
Nobara Kugisaki - This folks is what I like to represent as "Sakura Haruno" done right. Nobara's uniquely interesting in termed comparisons to other Shonen Jump female leads, has a useful power and ability, a equal attitude, and a good backstory to begin with. So screw all those who say she's somewhat trash, I think those who don't appreciate her attitude has bad taste in women.
Ryuko Matoi - A female protagonist so badass, even when hot at the same time, nothing can barely change my opinion to how her written character and background seemed to be. Sorry Maka Albarn, I'm not into flat chest- I mean, protagonists that came from an anime with a terribly-written ending.
Fourth place goes to the charmingly beautiful witch, Chariot du Nord.
Fifth place goes to the "ugly duckling who became a beautiful swan", Secre Swallowtail... or Nero.
Sixth place goes to a certain optimistic swordswoman, Mitsuri Kanroji.
Seventh place goes to the astonishing lethal woman who'll protect for your sake, U-1196.
Eighth place goes to one hot helluva cat witch, Blair.
Ninth place goes to the queen where most simps worship, Chizuru Mizuhara.
Tenth place goes to an actress who hidden her beauty, Shirokusa Kachi.
Eleventh place goes to the "useful version of Sakura" but more tsundere-like, Sagiri Ameno.
Twelfth place goes to Emma Sano, a welly written school gal who does care and is friendly to others regardless of her beauty.
Thirteenth place goes to the best Shonen Jump female lead more better than Sakura, Lucy, Nami, etc.
Fourteenth place goes to Ryuko Matoi, the best female anime protagonist, period.
Fifteenth place goes to Grimm, an huntswoman who immediately became one of the most potential Best Girls early in 2021 for her tall height and beauty.
My Least Favorite Villains
Tetta Kisaki - This guy managed to make me wanna go full out "MUDA MUDA" style on him out of nowhere until I finally realize how much of, not just a completely evil monster, but a petty piece of sh*t he can truly be. Of course I've seen and experienced other anime villains who've done worse but this guy, Kisaki is basically Chisaki but the name is different and the only thing he has is completely nothing. He first started out as insecure for love, not before he completely subverts it and grows much more worse to the point he is willing to commit horrible and abhorrent actions that earned the scorn from the Tokyo Revengers fanbase. But as complex as he is to now, even if I have to admit the author knew what he was doing, but god... this guy is the WORSE in my opinion (I can't believe Draken x Emma got their ship sailed off for this).
Bellroc and Skrael - Okay people, don't judge me when I say this. Apart from some good animated villains in my experiences, these two aren't my cup' o tea for presumably plenty of reasons why. First off, I feel like they're background and characteristics are paced and rushed, or to describe it, poorly-written excuses for Omnicidal Maniacs. But to be fair, I kinda felt disappointed how their role turned out to be too quickly, but personally to the point where they are responsible for Morgana and Arthur's corruption and then we got Nari brainwashed and killed by them each respectively. Sure I like the designs, it's their personalities and their background I felt somewhat disappointed in, surely Guillermo del Toro knew what he was doing but I didn't expect this to be utterly bad to my personal viewing. I mean there's nothing interesting about these two, not even they could stand up to the likes of my experiences with Bill Cipher for goodness sake.
Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear - We all know where this is going folks. Yes, his tragedy is no excuse and doesn't come out as sympathetic since Lotso brought this to himself. Though granted, I admired how his voice actor did well to portray Lotso's voice, but the character bares no differ as an unlikable abuser who brings on his anger on others than to accept what happened and possibly move onto someone else who'll still love him, but throws away any chances he has. He is likely to share the same reason why Frollo isn't as interesting to my opinion.
Peter Stegman - Okay, out of all the villains I have loathed in both genres of any entertainment. This guy here is without doubt, the villain I utterly, and ultimately despise than not only in movies, but in actual life as well. Other than being a teenager who causes trouble and supports Hitler as an idol, raping a pregnant woman while unbeknownst is about to have a baby says enough about why he was such a loathesome prick! There is absolutely nothing to like about Stegman, it's like he's meant to be a Hate Sink for other teenagers growing up not because he was a violent bully... he was the worst type of bully that could make your life a living hell. He even reminded me of my high school bully who would often try to burn me with a lighter when no one did anything to stop him. Seriously, who could ever like this incredibly, down-written piece of sh*t.
Montgomery de la Cruz - Were the writers for 13 Reasons Why simple-minded or something? Not that I'm trying to offend or cause too much backlash but... How in the name of hell to 13RW's Author gave them the wasteful idea of making this piece of sh*t NOT remain a worthy Hate Sink example? There is absolutely nothing to make someone like me feel sorry for Monty, nothing in his background makes him seen in a better light, I mean, who on earth would sympathize Monty after what he did to Tyler Down, "Down the damn bathroom incident" that was, but seriously people, I don't know what the writers were thinking, but this is the primary example of a poorly-written PE-turned-NPE and should've been awarded an Raspberry Acclaim for "Worst Villain Made for Sympathy".
Suguru Kamoshida - This dude is just bad, really bad if you ask me. Abusing his students physically to the point he remorselessly injures them, let's not forget how he takes his advances on his female students and at the extent he raped one of them, but in the expression to suicidal thoughts, that's just pushing far than just enough. Damn.
Sal (Wadanohara) - The classic "nice guy turns out to be big baddie" act has made its turn again, only this time there is nothing to sympathize about a warmonger who caused an massive suffering to many homelands and has raped the female protagonist, so kind and innocent, with no regrets at all. The scene where he committed the act against Wadanohara has received such backlash to the point that I find him to be a very appalling character to begin with. No way in somewhat to the fact there is nothing to say about Sal, or Shiranami, where he literally abandons his mother after death like she never existed. God, what an absolute dipsh*t he was.
The Thousand - Possible one of the worst Spider-Man villains I've ever seen. A bully who would harm others out of spite then turns into a massive swarm of spiders just to get back at his victim for stealing 'something" that "was his to begin with". There is nothing redeemable about this character, he's just too insufferable to even look at and his backstory has no justifications, he did it out of pure sadism for god who knows what reason he has. Even Carnage at one point might be disgusted with his actions.
The worst one of them all belongs to Peter Stegman, a complete piece of sh*t who deserves to die a satisfying death that gave us much relief.
The second worst goes to the only one who can be hated easily all just by an evil grin, Tetta Kisaki. (Also, justice for Draken and his girl).
The third worst goes to everybody's most despised smug-grinned douchebag, Montgomery de la Cruz. Also, f*ck the writers for having the stupidest idea of sympathizing yet another rapist after the last one.
The fourth worst goes to the uninterestingly hypocritical demigod duo, Bellroc and Skrael.
The fifth worst goes to the hated war criminal and rapist, Sal, no way will shipping him with Wadanohara sounds like a good idea.
The sixth worst goes to Suguru Kamoshida, an example of a lustful, perverted predator who wants many teen girls for himself.
The seventh worst goes to a pile of weird sh*tty swarm with different kinds of "who knows how many spiders by type are there exactly" cases, yet not worth looking up at.
The Eighth worst goes to the abusive opposite to a Care Bear, Lotso Huggin'-Bear.
Most Evil Manga/Anime Villains (by Personal Order)
Description: For this Ranking List, this here will discuss about one of the most drastically heinous, depraving villains, with redeeming qualities or obviously without, can truly intrigue the devastation, tragedy, and anguish they brought upon this world, but despite their faults, it's what makes them genuinely unique in terms to villainy. So without further ado, shall we?
Johan Liebert from Monster - Well what was there to expect, to anyone who's scale level is on higher ends, but I figured in my conscience is that what could make a great evil villain... a human being actually, there was a time it's hard to believe there was such a thing as an evil human... but this guy... he's scary as f**k and it haunts me. Johan manages to live up to his titular anime name of the monster he can be and not to easily mention how terrifying he speaks calmly while inside of himself is a genuine being whose heart belonged to what seemed to be the greatest meaning of Pure Evil. From tormenting his savior and sister to manipulating others into killing to having his way of attempt to end the world all in order to commit a "perfect suicide". This says enough of not only horrible his actions seemed but the nature of this man stays forever a spot of how truly haunting his presence led to others.
All For One from My Hero Academia - You know, an anime villain inspired from multiple Comic Book supervillains sounds like a unique case, including for its examples like the Green Goblin, Thanos, Doctor Doom, Lex Luthor, and the recent The Batman Who Laughs, but this one talks about a supervillain, a genuine one, from anime. AFO fits into the spot for his depravity and chaos he commenced, from having control all over Japan for power to ruining the family of his archenemy, Nana Shimura, when he raised her grandson into becoming the successor of his legacy, but to have gone this far into killing other successors for a power he once transferred into his brother and humiliating his archenemy's student, All Might, in battle, not to mention being responsible for the thousands of lives loss indirectly and directly to his hands, but now he's gone after the very last successor of OFA, whose still at a young age, surely enough from the given, AFO is no one to mess around with, malicious and destructive he holds in his Quirk, he is beyond anyone above him. Plus, while he cares for his successor, it has been made clear he saw nothing in him but a pawn overall, though the brother seems to be questionable, though that is for another time...
VIRM from Darling in the FranXX - An manipulative parasite and hive mind whose purpose is to assimilate with other beings against their will, to the point it never hesitate to oppose its actions on genocide and cruelty. The VIRM are considered to be rather intelligent beings whose minds can only see futility on humanity as they are to take complete control over the lives they manipulate for their own wishes and studies, wishing to be apart of their specimen only for their own gain to expand their specimen in the process for superiority. Clearly to my state of view, this here is one Omnicidal Maniac I hated the most, but I'll gather the spirit to admit that it does have its ways to calculate the events, though seeing it win in the end by surviving could be the result to the inspiration of Invictus.
Father from Fullmetal Alchemist - An creation from knowledge and truth is thought to have been destined to become God in order to obtain all of humanity's knowledge and answers, only to manipulate and use those as his pawns to have whatever little is there to his desire: Power. Father genuinely has his perks to his villainy, patience and strategized tactics to his plans of godly hood and yes, several war crimes and genocidal orders that led to millions of lives loss sounds bad, but it was his final form as God that changed the matter, the last battle shows his badass side and seriousness despite everything he's done but there are some underestimated facts to never back down on the Father almighty himself.
Makima from Chainsaw Man - Her beauty and appearance is too much for us men to handle, however, she isn't lenient enough to have us live if she's now on the verge to control us as our slaves eventually, but to my personal view: This is F I N E :). Makima was first thought to be one of the anti-heroes in the series, just doing her duty before her true colors were revealed near the end as her prosperity got more studied into knowing that she's out there to make equality across the globe, but if it meant going through measurements of heinousness when she claimed the lives of millions of people, even going as far into killing the deuteragonists of her series, Power and Aki, the two friends that meant everything to Denji, even though she never loved him, the Chainsaw Man was a different case for her. Despite her insecurities of wanting family love, her actions detract everything as she does not hesitate to control and dominate others to her bidding, proving her worth in this spot.