History CardCarryingVillain / AnimeAndManga

22nd Mar '18 12:34:31 PM R.G.
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* Several villains (and [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality heroes]]) in ''Manga/OnePiece'' revel in their status as criminals and rejoice when their bounties increase (though some, like [[OnlySaneMan Nami]], don't see what all the fuss is about, and others, like Robin, are nonchalant about it). The Shichibukai are considered 'Government Dogs' for choosing to become privateers to the World Government (though next to nobody is [[TooDumbToLive dumb enough to say that within earshot of any of them]]).

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* Several villains (and [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality heroes]]) in ''Manga/OnePiece'' revel in their status as criminals and rejoice when their bounties increase (though some, like [[OnlySaneMan Nami]], don't see what all hate the fuss is about, idea of having a bounty, and others, like Robin, are nonchalant about it). The Shichibukai are considered 'Government Dogs' for choosing to become privateers to the World Government (though next to nobody is [[TooDumbToLive dumb enough to say that within earshot of any of them]]).
22nd Dec '17 9:38:46 AM yuugame2
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* ''Anime/YuGiOh'' gives us Dark Marik, the SuperpoweredEvilSide of [[BigBad Marik Ishtar]] in the Battle City Arc. While Marik is primarily motivated by [[spoiler:wanting revenge on the Pharaoh, the man he believed responsible for killing his father]], Yami Marik is primarily motivated by [[OmnicidalManiac wanting to kill the universe]], kicking as many dogs as he can along the way.
** Let's face it, every villain on this show is both a figurative and a ''literal'' card-carrying villain.

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* ''Anime/YuGiOh'' ''Manga/YuGiOh'' gives us Dark Marik, the SuperpoweredEvilSide of [[BigBad Marik Ishtar]] in the Battle City Arc. While Marik is primarily motivated by [[spoiler:wanting revenge on the Pharaoh, the man he believed responsible for killing his father]], Yami Dark Marik is primarily motivated by [[OmnicidalManiac wanting to kill the universe]], kicking as many dogs as he can along the way.
** Let's face it, every villain on this show is both a figurative and a ''literal'' card-carrying villain.
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21st Dec '17 8:43:52 PM GamingFan1997
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*** "[[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged OH MY GOD! HE'S SO GOD DAMN COOL!]]" [[note]][[DisappointedByTheMotive BUT HE'S SO DAMN DUMB!]][[/note]]

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*** "[[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged [[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged OH MY GOD! HE'S SO GOD DAMN COOL!]]" COOL!]] [[note]][[DisappointedByTheMotive BUT HE'S SO DAMN DUMB!]][[/note]]
21st Dec '17 8:43:18 PM GamingFan1997
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21st Dec '17 8:42:39 PM GamingFan1997
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21st Dec '17 8:41:50 PM GamingFan1997
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*** "[[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged OH MY GOD! HE'S SO GOD DAMN COOL!]]" [[note]][[DisappointedByTheMotive BUT HE'S SO DAMN DUMB!]][[/note]]
19th Dec '17 6:40:03 PM M84
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* The demon Demiurge from ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' was created to be the absolute embodiment of evil by his creator Ulbert, who also roleplayed a CardCarryingVillain with a dramatic flair. This causes problems when he's transported to the New World and becomes an ''actual demon'' instead of a game NPC. Demiurge demonstrates just how ''terrifying'' a CardCarryingVillain truly is if played deadly serious.
7th Oct '17 6:49:38 PM Sniccups
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*** Piccolo Jr. even more so, at least in the 23rd World Tournament arc.
13th Aug '17 7:18:10 PM Usernumber2920
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* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', people who use their Quirks as authorized by the government to protect the innocent take up the "[[{{Superhero}} Hero]]" profession. Likewise, those that use their Quirks for evil and commit crimes are labelled "[[{{Supervillain}} Villains]]". It's played straight with the main antagonist group, who call themselves the "League of Villains".

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* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', people who use their Quirks [[StockSuperpowers Quirks]] as authorized by the government to protect the innocent take up the "[[{{Superhero}} Hero]]" [[{{Superhero}} Hero]] profession. Likewise, those that use their Quirks for evil and commit crimes are labelled "[[{{Supervillain}} Villains]]". It's played straight with the main antagonist group, who call themselves the "League of Villains".
13th Aug '17 7:03:47 PM Usernumber2920
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* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', people who use their Quirks as authorized by the government to protect the innocent take up the "[[{{Superhero}} Hero]]" profession. Likewise, those that use their Quirks for evil and commit crimes are labelled "[[{{Supervillain}} Villains]]". It's played straight with the main antagonist group, who call themselves the "League of Villains".
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