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  • Ohdear15

    PE Removal: Volthoom

    June 13, 2020 by Ohdear15

    So, here's a major DC Comics villain whose inclusion as Pure Evil makes absolutely no sense to me whatsoever, especially since the character not only has severe moral agency issues, but was also warped into villainy as a result of extreme grief and heartbreak. In fact, I think he is an extremely tragic character. Much of my reasoning comes from Green Lanterns #18, so feel free to check the comic out if you disagree


    Volthoom is one of the archenemies of the Green Lantern Corps in DC Comics, and is one of the primary reasons that the corps exists in the first place. He was born 1,000 years into the future in a parallel universe to the main DC Continuity, and became a scientist who, along with his mother developed the Travel Lantern as a means…


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    PE Proposal: Enel

    April 12, 2020 by Ohdear15

    Sorry for having not had the time to do much wiki editing lately, but here's a character that I firmly believe deserves a place on the wiki: Enel (or Eneru/God Eneru in every official translation), the self-proclaimed God of Skypiea and the main villain in the Sky Island saga of One Piece


    One Piece is a fun, very long-running anime following Monkey D. Luffy, a young man made of rubber, and his friends who form the Straw Hat Pirates, and the show is about their quest to find the One Piece (the treasure of Gol D. Roger, the former pirate king), so that Luffy can become King of the Pirates.


    Enel is a man from the sky island of Birka, who approximately seven years prior to the start of the series ate the "Rumble Rumble Devil Fruit", which gave him…



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  • Ohdear15

    Sorry I haven't been active on the wiki for a while, but I'm aiming to create articles for the antagonists from the horror-comedy anime Ghost Stories after I've finished it. One villain in the series so far has really stood out to me as far, far darker than any of the others is Da Vinci, a ghost who murders innocent girls by transforming them into paintings. (The info I'm going to give here is from the English dub, which made changes to the story and characterisations).


    Da Vinci (real name unknown) was, in life, an art teacher at the old schoolhouse in the school where the anime is set. He developed a massive obsession with Leonardo Da Vinci, but despite his best attempts to match his idol's skill, his work was not well received by critics,…


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  • Ohdear15

    Okay, so here's a character that is widely regarded as one of the most hated characters in anime to come out of the past few years, and whilst I'm not 100% sure, I felt that it was more than worth at lest debating whether or not she should be considered PE.


    Rising of the Shield Hero is a light novel series (which recently recieved an anime adaptation) about a young man named Naofumi who is summoned to a parallel world along with four other young men, each of which are blessed with a powerful weapon to which they have an affinity and become the Cardinal Heroes. When our protagonist is given the possibility of choosing other party members, all of the other warriors choose the other heroes because of an existing stigma against the Shield Hero,…


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    The Troop is a 2015 comic series written by Noel Clarke and published by Titan Comics running for only 6 issues before being cancelled unfortunately on a cliffhanger. The series follows a group of teenagers and young adults who are pursued by a mysterious villainous organisation, and gradually discover that they each possess superpowers, gradually being assembled together into a superhero team calling themselves The Troop.


    Jimmy Jacks is by far the least powerful villain in the series, and is completely unrelated to the mysterious conspiracy, and to the main antagonists of the series, and yet he serves as the archenemy of one of the series main protagonists, the superheroine Torrent (who can turn her body into water). On the surface, he st…



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