History AdaptationalVillainy / AnimatedFilms

16th May '16 9:46:17 PM FF32
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* In the comics, ''Big Hero 6'''s Hiro Takachiho is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. At the start of the [[Disney/BigHero6 animated movie]], Hiro [[AdaptationNameChange Hamada]] partakes in illegal bot-fights before his brother shows him around his school.

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* In the comics, ''Big Hero 6'''s ''Disney/BigHero6'''s Hiro Takachiho is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. At the start of the [[Disney/BigHero6 animated movie]], Hiro [[AdaptationNameChange Hamada]] partakes in illegal bot-fights before his brother shows him around his school.
12th May '16 1:22:32 PM Raptorslash
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* In ''Dinotopia: Quest for the Ruby Sunstone'', Ogthar is the main villain who plots to conquer Dinotopia. In [[{{Literature/Dinotopia}} the original books]], King Ogthar was a mythical king who is spoken of by dinosaurs and humans alike with great reverence.
17th Apr '16 12:14:30 PM Raptorslash
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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli, helping to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys and offering him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is an AffablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although, ironically, this made him, arguably, the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''. In the [[Film/TheJungleBook2016 2016 adaptation]], Kaa remains a villain but [[GenderFlip her]] serious nature and knowledge of the jungle are restored.

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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli, helping to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys and offering him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is an AffablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although, ironically, this made him, arguably, the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''. In the [[Film/TheJungleBook2016 2016 adaptation]], Kaa remains a villain but [[GenderFlip her]] serious nature nature, immense size, and knowledge of the jungle are restored.
16th Apr '16 8:54:13 AM Raptorslash
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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli, helping to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys and offering him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is an AffablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although, ironically, this made him, arguably, the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''.

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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli, helping to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys and offering him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is an AffablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although, ironically, this made him, arguably, the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''. In the [[Film/TheJungleBook2016 2016 adaptation]], Kaa remains a villain but [[GenderFlip her]] serious nature and knowledge of the jungle are restored.
10th Apr '16 5:43:46 PM LordInsane
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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters'':''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters''[[note]]Designed as an alternate universe to begin with, so these are ''far'' from the only changes to mainstream versions. Batman usually isn't a vampiric Kirk Langstrom, for example.[[/note]]:
27th Jan '16 12:45:53 PM chasemaddigan
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* While SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} is a PsychoForHire in the comics, he's still an AntiHero who has some redeeming qualities. In ''WesternAnimation/HulkVs'', Deadpool is a unrepentant member of Weapon X. Deadpool [[WouldHurtAChild makes jokes about killing babies and almost shoots a child]], when these are [[EvenEvilHasStandards lines Deadpool would never cross]] in the comics.
22nd Jan '16 6:41:37 PM DoctorCooper
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*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQ14832doYk This Little Mermaid adaptation]] by the Australian company Burbank Animation Studios actually turns the princess into a RoyalBrat whose father is planning to take over the prince's kingdom.

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*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQ14832doYk This Little Mermaid adaptation]] by the Australian company [[Creator/BurbankFilmsAustralia Burbank Animation Studios Studios]] actually turns the princess into a RoyalBrat whose father is planning to take over the prince's kingdom.
11th Jan '16 9:37:45 AM Morgenthaler
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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli, helping to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys and offering him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is an AffablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although, ironically, this made him, arguably, the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''.

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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli, helping to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys and offering him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is an AffablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although, ironically, this made him, arguably, the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''.
8th Dec '15 12:13:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** In the movie proper, [[spoiler: Doc Magnus and the ComicBook/MetalMen are the main villains.]]
** Also from the movie proper, [[spoiler: Highfather is willing ro double cross Darkseid.]]

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** In the movie proper, [[spoiler: Doc [[spoiler:Doc Magnus and the ComicBook/MetalMen are the main villains.]]
** Also from the movie proper, [[spoiler: Highfather [[spoiler:Highfather is willing ro to double cross Darkseid.]]
8th Dec '15 12:07:48 PM Raptorslash
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* In the Disney movie ''{{Disney/Bambi}}'', Ronno the deer is a jealous [[TheBully bully]] who spends much of his time antagonizing Bambi, culminating in their battle over Faline. In the original book, Ronno and Bambi were actually good friends instead of enemies.

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* In the Disney movie ''{{Disney/Bambi}}'', Ronno the deer is a jealous [[TheBully bully]] who spends much of his time antagonizing Bambi, culminating in their battle over Faline. In the original book, Ronno and Bambi were actually good friends instead of enemies.enemies, although this does change as they grow older and see each other as competition for does.
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