History AdaptationalVillainy / WesternAnimation

24th Feb '17 3:50:31 AM CaptainTedium
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** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':

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** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''Justice League Unlimited'':



*** Season 1 of had two CanonForeigner villains named Tsukuri and Aresia, who were {{Exp|y}}ies of ComicBook/{{Katana}}, a member of [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders the Outsiders]] and ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Fury, a member of ComicBook/InfinityInc Heck, Aresia's debut episode was even called "[[MythologyGag Fury]]"! Season 2 and ''Unlimited'' respectively introduced Hro Talak and Galatea, similar Expies for ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/PowerGirl.

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*** Season 1 of had two CanonForeigner villains named Tsukuri and Aresia, who were {{Exp|y}}ies of ComicBook/{{Katana}}, a member of [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders the Outsiders]] and ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Fury, a member of ComicBook/InfinityInc Heck, Aresia's debut episode was even called "[[MythologyGag Fury]]"! Season 2 and ''Unlimited'' respectively introduced Hro Talak and Galatea, similar Expies for ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/PowerGirl.



*** Rampage, a minor heroine from Franchise/{{Superman}} Post-Crisis comics, is turned into a villain in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''.

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*** Rampage, a minor heroine from Franchise/{{Superman}} Post-Crisis comics, is turned into a villain in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''.''Unlimited''.
24th Feb '17 3:48:25 AM CaptainTedium
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*** Klarion the Witch Boy, whose portrayal in the comics generally ranges from an annoying troublemaker (Creator/JackKirby's version) to a well-meaning anti-hero (Creator/GrantMorrison's version), is clearly evil when he appears in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', stealing control of Etrigan from Jason Blood, tearing Gotham apart simply for fun, and using potential lethal spells on Batman when the hero tries to stop him. He finally crosses the MoralEventHorizon by telling Etrigan to kill Blood (who is aging at an accelerated rate and nearly helpless due to the Demon being separated from him).

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*** Klarion the Witch Boy, whose portrayal in the comics generally ranges from an annoying troublemaker (Creator/JackKirby's version) to a well-meaning anti-hero (Creator/GrantMorrison's version), is clearly evil when he appears in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', stealing control of Etrigan from Jason Blood, tearing Gotham apart simply for fun, and using potential lethal spells on Batman when the hero tries to stop him. He finally crosses the MoralEventHorizon removes any doubt what a despicable brat he is by telling Etrigan to kill Blood (who is aging at an accelerated rate and nearly helpless due to the Demon being separated from him).
24th Feb '17 3:45:41 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'':

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'':''WesternAnimation/TheBatman''
** In the comics, Kirk Langstrom created the serum that turned him into Man-Bat to cure his own deafness, but on ''The Batman'', he transforms himself into the Man-Bat out of a desire to be feared. That said, by his appearance in the fifth season, he's done a HeelFaceTurn, saying that he's done with being Man-Bat and even offers to assist in stopping the Terrible Trio.
** The Penguin in more in-line with his ''Film/BatmanReturns'' self and hence is AxCrazy instead of the OnlySaneMan of Batman RoguesGallery.
** Unlike in ''Batman: TAS'' where he is a sympathetic figure trying to cure his wife, Mr. Freeze is a thug who enjoy robbing banks.
** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was already stuck-up and had a few screws loose, even before meeting the Joker, and the Joker doesn't need to do much to push her over the edge. She also is [[KickTheDog shown poisoning squirrels]], something most Harleys wouldn't do.
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' depicts UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}} ComicBook/{{Batwoman}} as a washed-up former superhero who captures Batman and then tries to murder the Riddler as payback for ruining her career. The depiction was so at odds with her comic counterpart that the creators were forced to refer to the character as "Bat-Lady" and [[AdaptationNameChange change her name from Kathy Kane to Katrina Moldoff]].
* ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'':
** One example is the BigBad Anarky. In the comics, Anarky was depicted as twelve year old Lonnie Machin, a political anti-government activist and altruist who saw humanity as naturally good, but with consumerism and big government getting in the way. He wasn't a villain more than he was an anti-hero who even Batman acknowledged was well intentioned but misguided. Beware's Anarky is a self-diagnosed sociopath and aimless terrorist whose only difference between him and The Joker is name and chess theme.
** [[spoiler:Sapphire Stagg, the good-natured love interest of Metamorpho in the comics, who is here depicted as very much similar in nature to her corrupt father, Simon Stagg.]]
** [[spoiler:Harvey Dent, who is usually a man of justice and a big supporter of Batman (at least before [[FaceHeelTurn his transformation into Two-Face]]), now a hater of Batman who teams up with Anarky to kill him and hires Deathstroke to take down Batman, to the list.]]
** Sort of with Ra's Al Ghul. His actual motivations are unclear, but he doesn't seem to have the WellIntentionedExtremist goals of his comic counterpart. On the other hand, he seems hellbent on focusing on Gotham only, so the rest of the world doesn't have to deal with genocidal plots.
** And then there's Humpty Dumpty. His comic counterpart was a HarmlessVillain at best and a TragicVillain at worst. While he starts off as tragic as his comic counterpart, he's become a sadistic psychopath driven by revenge who loves to put those he feels have wronged him in elaborate deathtraps. Essentially just add [[Franchise/{{Saw}} Jigsaw]] and the Riddler and you've got him.
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'':
** Alcuard is a mole and ends up turning on the main characters, including Simon Belmont, in favor of his father, Dracula. In the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' video games, Alcuard's firmly on the side of the good guys, hates Dracula, and is one of Simon's main allies in the series.
** Also, King Hippo is a thug who works for [[BigBad Mother Brain]] in the cartoon, where he's an AntiVillain at best in ''VideoGame/PunchOut'', hardly as mean as Mac's other opponents. He even offers to take Mac out to lunch!
** Donkey Kong is also more dangerous and antagonistic than he is in the games, where he's mostly a good guy with some impulse control issues - even in [[VideoGame/DonkeyKong the original game]], he was an AntiVillain who did what he did because his owner abused him.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' short "Greedy Humpty Dumpty", the title character goes from being a neutral figure to a greedy tyrant who orders his servants and subjects to build his castle walls high enough to reach the sun, which he has become convinced is made of gold.
* In the book ''Cranberry Christmas'', Cyrus Grape is a [[GrumpyOldMan curmudgeonly old man]] who refuses to let anyone skate on his pond, but gets his comeuppance when Mr. Whiskers finds a deed that proves the lake is actually on his property. In the animated special, Cyrus is a much more active antagonist, sneaking around and messing up Mr. Whiskers's house in order to keep Mr. Whiskers from finding that deed (whereas in the book he had no idea it existed).
* Morrigan in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Darkstalkers}}'' cartoon. In the games, she is just having fun with no regard for the rest of the cast, in the show, she's Pyron's minion. The series finale implies she becomes closer to how she is in the games if a season 2 ever came. Also, Anakaris, Bishamon, and to some extent Demitri were victims of this.
* ''Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse''



** ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman''
*** In the comics, Kirk Langstrom created the serum that turned him into Man-Bat to cure his own deafness, but on ''The Batman'', he transforms himself into the Man-Bat out of a desire to be feared. That said, by his appearance in the fifth season, he's done a HeelFaceTurn, saying that he's done with being Man-Bat and even offers to assist in stopping the Terrible Trio.
*** The Penguin in more in-line with his ''Film/BatmanReturns'' self and hence is AxCrazy instead of the OnlySaneMan of Batman RoguesGallery.
*** Unlike in ''Batman: TAS'' where he is a sympathetic figure trying to cure his wife, Mr. Freeze is a thug who enjoy robbing banks.
*** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was already stuck-up and had a few screws loose, even before meeting the Joker, and the Joker doesn't need to do much to push her over the edge. She also is [[KickTheDog shown poisoning squirrels]], something most Harleys wouldn't do.
** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' depicts UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}} ComicBook/{{Batwoman}} as a washed-up former superhero who captures Batman and then tries to murder the Riddler as payback for ruining her career. The depiction was so at odds with her comic counterpart that the creators were forced to refer to the character as "Bat-Lady" and [[AdaptationNameChange change her name from Kathy Kane to Katrina Moldoff]].
** ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'':
*** One example is the BigBad Anarky. In the comics, Anarky was depicted as twelve year old Lonnie Machin, a political anti-government activist and altruist who saw humanity as naturally good, but with consumerism and big government getting in the way. He wasn't a villain more than he was an anti-hero who even Batman acknowledged was well intentioned but misguided. Beware's Anarky is a self-diagnosed sociopath and aimless terrorist whose only difference between him and The Joker is name and chess theme.
*** Also from ''Beware the Batman'' is [[spoiler:Sapphire Stagg, the good-natured love interest of Metamorpho in the comics, who is here depicted as very much similar in nature to her corrupt father, Simon Stagg.]]
*** Add [[spoiler:Harvey Dent, who is usually a man of justice and a big supporter of Batman (at least before [[FaceHeelTurn his transformation into Two-Face]]), now a hater of Batman who teams up with Anarky to kill him and hires Deathstroke to take down Batman, to the list.]]
*** Sort of with Ra's Al Ghul. His actual motivations are unclear, but he doesn't seem to have the WellIntentionedExtremist goals of his comic counterpart. On the other hand, he seems hellbent on focusing on Gotham only, so the rest of the world doesn't have to deal with genocidal plots.
*** And then there's Humpty Dumpty. His comic counterpart was a HarmlessVillain at best and a TragicVillain at worst. While he starts off as tragic as his comic counterpart, he's become a sadistic psychopath driven by revenge who loves to put those he feels have wronged him in elaborate deathtraps. Essentially just add [[Franchise/{{Saw}} Jigsaw]] and the Riddler and you've got him.
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'':
** Alcuard is a mole and ends up turning on the main characters, including Simon Belmont, in favor of his father, Dracula. In the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' video games, Alcuard's firmly on the side of the good guys, hates Dracula, and is one of Simon's main allies in the series.
** Also, King Hippo is a thug who works for [[BigBad Mother Brain]] in the cartoon, where he's an AntiVillain at best in ''VideoGame/PunchOut'', hardly as mean as Mac's other opponents. He even offers to take Mac out to lunch!
** Donkey Kong is also more dangerous and antagonistic than he is in the games, where he's mostly a good guy with some impulse control issues - even in [[VideoGame/DonkeyKong the original game]], he was an AntiVillain who did what he did because his owner abused him.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' short "Greedy Humpty Dumpty", the title character goes from being a neutral figure to a greedy tyrant who orders his servants and subjects to build his castle walls high enough to reach the sun, which he has become convinced is made of gold.
* In the book ''Cranberry Christmas'', Cyrus Grape is a [[GrumpyOldMan curmudgeonly old man]] who refuses to let anyone skate on his pond, but gets his comeuppance when Mr. Whiskers finds a deed that proves the lake is actually on his property. In the animated special, Cyrus is a much more active antagonist, sneaking around and messing up Mr. Whiskers's house in order to keep Mr. Whiskers from finding that deed (whereas in the book he had no idea it existed).
* Morrigan in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Darkstalkers}}'' cartoon. In the games, she is just having fun with no regard for the rest of the cast, in the show, she's Pyron's minion. The series finale implies she becomes closer to how she is in the games if a season 2 ever came. Also, Anakaris, Bishamon, and to some extent Demitri were victims of this.

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** ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman''
''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':
*** In While she didn't know all the comics, Kirk Langstrom created details and did a HeelFaceTurn to help her teammates when she realized [[EarthShatteringKaboom what would happen to Earth]], Hawkgirl was still TheMole, spying on the serum that turned him into Man-Bat to cure his own deafness, but on ''The Batman'', he transforms himself into the Man-Bat out of a desire to be feared. That said, by his appearance League for Thanagar and helping them occupy Earth in the fifth season, he's done a HeelFaceTurn, saying that he's done with being Man-Bat Season 2 finale.
*** Season 1 of had two CanonForeigner villains named Tsukuri
and Aresia, who were {{Exp|y}}ies of ComicBook/{{Katana}}, a member of [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders the Outsiders]] and ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Fury, a member of ComicBook/InfinityInc Heck, Aresia's debut episode was even offers to assist in stopping the Terrible Trio.
*** The Penguin in more in-line with his ''Film/BatmanReturns'' self
called "[[MythologyGag Fury]]"! Season 2 and hence is AxCrazy instead of the OnlySaneMan of Batman RoguesGallery.
*** Unlike in ''Batman: TAS'' where he is a sympathetic figure trying to cure his wife, Mr. Freeze is a thug who enjoy robbing banks.
*** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was already stuck-up
''Unlimited'' respectively introduced Hro Talak and had a few screws loose, even before meeting the Joker, and the Joker doesn't need to do much to push her over the edge. She also is [[KickTheDog shown poisoning squirrels]], something most Harleys wouldn't do.
** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' depicts UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}} ComicBook/{{Batwoman}} as a washed-up former superhero who captures Batman and then tries to murder the Riddler as payback for ruining her career. The depiction was so at odds with her comic counterpart that the creators were forced to refer to the character as "Bat-Lady" and [[AdaptationNameChange change her name from Kathy Kane to Katrina Moldoff]].
** ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'':
*** One example is the BigBad Anarky. In the comics, Anarky was depicted as twelve year old Lonnie Machin, a political anti-government activist and altruist who saw humanity as naturally good, but with consumerism and big government getting in the way. He wasn't a villain more than he was an anti-hero who even Batman acknowledged was well intentioned but misguided. Beware's Anarky is a self-diagnosed sociopath and aimless terrorist whose only difference between him and The Joker is name and chess theme.
*** Also from ''Beware the Batman'' is [[spoiler:Sapphire Stagg, the good-natured love interest of Metamorpho in the comics, who is here depicted as very much
Galatea, similar in nature to her corrupt father, Simon Stagg.]]
Expies for ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/PowerGirl.
*** Add [[spoiler:Harvey Dent, who is usually a man ''Unlimited'' also had expies of justice and a big supporter of Batman (at least before [[FaceHeelTurn his transformation into Two-Face]]), now a hater of Batman who teams up with Anarky to kill him and hires Deathstroke to take down Batman, to all the list.]]
*** Sort of with Ra's Al Ghul. His actual motivations are unclear, but he doesn't seem to have the WellIntentionedExtremist goals of his comic counterpart. On the other hand, he seems hellbent on focusing on Gotham only, so the rest
{{Canon Foreigner}}s of the world doesn't have to deal with genocidal plots.
*** And then there's Humpty Dumpty. His comic counterpart was a HarmlessVillain at best and a TragicVillain at worst. While he starts off as tragic as his comic counterpart, he's become a sadistic psychopath driven by revenge who loves to put those he feels have wronged him
WesternAnimation/SuperFriends in elaborate deathtraps. Essentially just add [[Franchise/{{Saw}} Jigsaw]] and the Riddler and you've got him.
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'':
** Alcuard is a mole and ends up turning on the main characters, including Simon Belmont, in favor of his father, Dracula. In the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' video games, Alcuard's firmly on the side of the good guys, hates Dracula, and is one of Simon's main allies in the series.
** Also, King Hippo is a thug who works for [[BigBad Mother Brain]] in the cartoon, where he's an AntiVillain at best in ''VideoGame/PunchOut'', hardly as mean as Mac's other opponents. He even offers to take Mac out to lunch!
** Donkey Kong is also more dangerous and
antagonistic than he is in the games, where he's mostly roles.
*** Rampage,
a good guy with some impulse control issues - even in [[VideoGame/DonkeyKong the original game]], he was an AntiVillain who did what he did because his owner abused him.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' short "Greedy Humpty Dumpty", the title character goes
minor heroine from being a neutral figure to a greedy tyrant who orders his servants and subjects to build his castle walls high enough to reach the sun, which he has become convinced Franchise/{{Superman}} Post-Crisis comics, is made of gold.
* In the book ''Cranberry Christmas'', Cyrus Grape is
turned into a [[GrumpyOldMan curmudgeonly old man]] who refuses to let anyone skate on his pond, but gets his comeuppance when Mr. Whiskers finds a deed that proves the lake is actually on his property. In the animated special, Cyrus is a much more active antagonist, sneaking around and messing up Mr. Whiskers's house villain in order to keep Mr. Whiskers from finding that deed (whereas in the book he had no idea it existed).
* Morrigan in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Darkstalkers}}'' cartoon. In the games, she is just having fun with no regard for the rest of the cast, in the show, she's Pyron's minion. The series finale implies she becomes closer to how she is in the games if a season 2 ever came. Also, Anakaris, Bishamon, and to some extent Demitri were victims of this.
''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''.



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':
** While she didn't know all the details and did a HeelFaceTurn to help her teammates when she realized [[EarthShatteringKaboom what would happen to Earth]], Hawkgirl was still TheMole, spying on the League for Thanagar and helping them occupy Earth in the Season 2 finale.
** Season 1 of had two CanonForeigner villains named Tsukuri and Aresia, who were {{Exp|y}}ies of ComicBook/{{Katana}}, a member of [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders the Outsiders]] and ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Fury, a member of ComicBook/InfinityInc Heck, Aresia's debut episode was even called "[[MythologyGag Fury]]"! Season 2 and ''Unlimited'' respectively introduced Hro Talak and Galatea, similar Expies for ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/PowerGirl.
** ''Unlimited'' also had expies of all the {{Canon Foreigner}}s of the WesternAnimation/SuperFriends in antagonistic roles.
** Rampage, a minor heroine from Franchise/{{Superman}} Post-Crisis comics, is turned into a villain in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''.
8th Feb '17 5:16:35 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'', Ren wasn't exactly the nicest guy around, but he did have [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold a softer side]]. In ''Adult Party Cartoon'', however, his worst qualities became more prominent, his HiddenHeartOfGold was seriously played down, and he sunk to depths never explored by his older counterpart.
7th Feb '17 2:49:48 AM VicGeorge2011
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* Brainy in ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' episode "King Smurf" became the titular character, whereas in the original comic book version he was a contender for the role of the village leader who was outvoted in favor of the Smurf who would become King Smurf.

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* Brainy in ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' episode "King Smurf" became the titular character, whereas in the original comic book version he was a contender for the role of the village leader who was outvoted in favor of the Smurf who would become King Smurf. Also counts as a CompositeCharacter, since Brainy and King Smurf were not the same person in the original comic book story.
21st Dec '16 11:25:57 AM Nyame
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** [[ArchEnemy Shredder]] himself is an interesting case. While he was by no mean a nice guy in the Mirage comic, his sole crime was the murder of Hamato Yoshi, something he did to avenge his own brother's death, and the only reason the Turtles went after him was to avenge Yoshi's death in Splinter's name; essentially, the conflict was closer to GreyAndGrayMorality, with Shredder being the villain only because he was [[{{Jerkass}} a dick]] compared to the more noble, sympathetic Turtles. In all the adaptations, he was made somewhat more villainous to give the Turtles better reasons to go after him, typically by giving him WorldDomination ambitions. The Nickeldeon cartoon gets closer to the comic by having him focused on revenge again, but still keeps him the villain by having him follow RevengeBeforeReason.

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** [[ArchEnemy Shredder]] himself is an interesting case. While he was by no mean a nice guy in the Mirage comic, his sole crime was the murder of Hamato Yoshi, something he did to avenge his own brother's death, and the only reason the Turtles went after him was to avenge Yoshi's death in Splinter's name; essentially, the conflict was closer to GreyAndGrayMorality, with Shredder being the villain only because he was [[{{Jerkass}} a dick]] compared to the more noble, sympathetic Turtles. In all the adaptations, he was made somewhat more villainous to give the Turtles better reasons to go after him, typically by giving him WorldDomination ambitions. The 2k3 incarnation, aka the Utrom Shredder, didn't even have a personal connection to Yoshi outside of killing him, and was instead an alien more interested in more material ambitions until his hatred of the Turtles grew to the point that he became an OmnicidalManiac and [[WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever tried to destroy the entire multiverse just to get rid of them]]. The Nickeldeon cartoon gets closer to the comic by having him focused on revenge again, but still keeps him the villain by having him follow RevengeBeforeReason.
1st Dec '16 9:55:06 PM Vir
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** In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIISecretOfTheOoze'' and the 1987 series, Rahzar was a villain, but otherwise a very unintelligent one and cared for his partner, Tokka. The 2012 version, formerly the mutant Dog Pound (aka Chris Bradford), he's intelligent and a willing servant of the Shredder who takes pleasure at harming others and doesn't have a single concern for any of his teammates.

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** In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIISecretOfTheOoze'' ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIITheSecretOfTheOoze'' and the 1987 series, Rahzar was a villain, but otherwise a very unintelligent one and cared for his partner, Tokka. The 2012 version, formerly the mutant Dog Pound (aka Chris Bradford), he's intelligent and a willing servant of the Shredder who takes pleasure at harming others and doesn't have a single concern for any of his teammates.
26th Nov '16 11:28:01 AM CaptainAshTiberiusKirk
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** In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2SecretOfTheOoze'' and the 1987 series, Rahzar was a villain, but otherwise a very unintelligent one and cared for his partner, Tokka. The 2012 version, formerly the mutant Dog Pound (aka Chris Bradford), he's intelligent and a willing servant of the Shredder who takes pleasure at harming others and doesn't have a single concern for any of his teammates.

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** In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2SecretOfTheOoze'' ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIISecretOfTheOoze'' and the 1987 series, Rahzar was a villain, but otherwise a very unintelligent one and cared for his partner, Tokka. The 2012 version, formerly the mutant Dog Pound (aka Chris Bradford), he's intelligent and a willing servant of the Shredder who takes pleasure at harming others and doesn't have a single concern for any of his teammates.
18th Nov '16 11:01:24 AM DrNoPuma
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheOldManOfTheMountain'': The short is based after a pre-existing song, where the Old Man isn't quite so villainous as in the cartoon.
5th Nov '16 9:35:13 AM nombretomado
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* Not only, as shown in the AdaptationalVillainy/AnimatedFilm page, has Creator/{{Disney}} done this to several characters in their adoptive works, ''they've even done this to their own characters as well''. While [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]] is somewhat of a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in most of his appearances (particularly ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''), in the ''MickeyMouseworks'' adaptation of ''Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'', he plays the main villain, determined to prevent Mickey and Goofy from gaining the inheritance necessary to save the orphanage, even going so far as to sabotage the boat taking them back to London to ensure they don't make it time.

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* Not only, as shown in the AdaptationalVillainy/AnimatedFilm page, has Creator/{{Disney}} done this to several characters in their adoptive works, ''they've even done this to their own characters as well''. While [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]] is somewhat of a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in most of his appearances (particularly ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''), in the ''MickeyMouseworks'' ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseworks'' adaptation of ''Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'', he plays the main villain, determined to prevent Mickey and Goofy from gaining the inheritance necessary to save the orphanage, even going so far as to sabotage the boat taking them back to London to ensure they don't make it time.
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