History KnightOfCerebus / AnimeAndManga

31st Aug '17 3:58:26 PM ReynTime250
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** [[BigBad Croix]]. She is has a massive LackOfEmpathy of anything that isn't [[ItsAllAboutMe herself]]. The work starts off pretty cheery but the show turns into a minor case of a Melodrama. She attempts to murder Akko multiple times and her companions and even attempts to start a major war just for her goal. That's not even getting into most of her crimes.
** There's also [[EldritchAbomination the Noir Rod]] at the very end. It's an OmnicidalManiac that has various attempts of BodyHorror in it's appearances and is the cause of most NightmareFuel throughout the story.

to:

** [[BigBad Croix]]. She is has a massive LackOfEmpathy of anything that isn't [[ItsAllAboutMe herself]]. The work starts off pretty cheery but the show turns into a minor case of a Melodrama. She attempts to murder Akko multiple times and her companions out of spite and even attempts to start a major war just for her goal. That's not even getting into most goal while lying to be a WellIntentionedExtremist as well as being the cause of Akko losing her crimes.
magic. She then has a HeelFaceTurn after her plan fails and when the show seems to be light and happy again...
** There's also [[EldritchAbomination the The Noir Rod]] at the very end.appears. It's an OmnicidalManiac that has various attempts of BodyHorror in it's appearances and is the cause of most NightmareFuel throughout the story. It also darkens most of Episode 25 except the ending by turning into a giant nuke.
30th Aug '17 4:04:41 PM G-Editor
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** [[BigBad Croix]]. She is a [[TheSociopath Sociopath]] with a LackOfEmpathy of anything that isn't [[ItsAllAboutMe herself]]. The work starts off pretty cheery but the show turns into a minor case of a Melodrama. She attempts to murder Akko multiple times and her companions and even attempts to start a major war just for her goal. That's not even getting into most of her crimes.

to:

** [[BigBad Croix]]. She is has a [[TheSociopath Sociopath]] with a massive LackOfEmpathy of anything that isn't [[ItsAllAboutMe herself]]. The work starts off pretty cheery but the show turns into a minor case of a Melodrama. She attempts to murder Akko multiple times and her companions and even attempts to start a major war just for her goal. That's not even getting into most of her crimes.
26th Aug '17 7:46:17 AM Sutremaine
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' was a dark series, but the events of the "Action Arc" (from Asuka's arrival up to Zeruel/Eleventh Angel) were relatively light-hearted, with Misato and Kaji making amends, Shinji starting to gain some confidence, finding a family and friends and having a BelligerentSexualTension relationship with Asuka. Then came Leliel/the Twelfth Angel, and everything went to Hell.

to:

* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' was a dark series, but the events of the "Action Arc" (from Asuka's arrival up to Zeruel/Eleventh Ireul/Eleventh Angel) were relatively light-hearted, with Misato and Kaji making amends, Shinji starting to gain some confidence, finding a family and friends and having a BelligerentSexualTension relationship with Asuka. Then came Leliel/the Twelfth Angel, and everything went to Hell.



* While ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' never loses its humor, the plot takes a turn for the darker once CoDragons [[EvilCounterpart Scanty and Kneesocks]] debut. Though they quickly fall into VillainDecay, some of their plans can be pretty damn [[FridgeHorror scary when you think about it]]. Then there's their [[BigBad master]], [[spoiler:Corset]], who's far more competent than his minions, [[BadBoss who he frequently tourtures]] [[YouHaveFailedMe for their failures]] (by the way, they're [[AbusiveParents his daughters]]). His plan? Create HellOnEarth.

to:

* While ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' never loses its humor, the plot takes a turn for the darker once CoDragons [[EvilCounterpart Scanty and Kneesocks]] debut. Though they quickly fall into VillainDecay, some of their plans can be pretty damn [[FridgeHorror scary when you think about it]]. Then there's their [[BigBad master]], [[spoiler:Corset]], who's far more competent than his minions, [[BadBoss who he frequently tourtures]] tortures]] [[YouHaveFailedMe for their failures]] (by the way, they're [[AbusiveParents his daughters]]). His plan? Create HellOnEarth.
23rd Aug '17 6:21:59 AM LlamaAdventure
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki and the League of Villains, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero, and even after his defeat his sheer charisma and fanatic devotion to his ideology causes a major shakeup in both the hero and villain communities that leads to the League of Villains getting an influx of new blood and Shigaraki gaining new conviction that makes him even more dangerous.

to:

* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki and the League of Villains, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero, [[spoiler: and even after his defeat his sheer charisma and fanatic devotion to his ideology causes a major shakeup in both the hero and villain communities that leads to the League of Villains getting an influx of new blood and Shigaraki gaining new conviction that makes him even more dangerous.]]
23rd Aug '17 6:21:25 AM LlamaAdventure
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero, and even after his defeat his sheer charisma and fanatic devotion to his ideology causes a major shakeup in both the hero and villain communities.

to:

* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki, Shigaraki and the League of Villains, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero, and even after his defeat his sheer charisma and fanatic devotion to his ideology causes a major shakeup in both the hero and villain communities.communities that leads to the League of Villains getting an influx of new blood and Shigaraki gaining new conviction that makes him even more dangerous.
23rd Aug '17 6:17:50 AM LlamaAdventure
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero.

to:

* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero.hero, and even after his defeat his sheer charisma and fanatic devotion to his ideology causes a major shakeup in both the hero and villain communities.
22nd Aug '17 7:14:03 PM VulgarBee
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Transformers: WesternAnimation/BeastWars II'' is an incredibly light-hearted show with hilarious characters, that hardly ever takes itself seriously. And its villains are no exceptions - Galvatron - the BigBad is a narcoleptic who spends most of the show asleep, leaving his inept kid brother Megastorm to run the show with effeminate TheDragon (Starscream), a thug who can only repeat his own name (BB), and Beavis and Butt-Head (Thrust and Dirge) under his command. Cue the last 10 episodes of the show, where Galvatron wakes up, takes command, and we learn that he has a gigantic DoomsdayDevice en route to Gaia, which he intends to use to destroy the whole planet and siphon the Anglomois energy. And then things go grimdark... Gigastorm (Megastorm after his makeover) is fatally wounded and dies in Galvatron's arms, and the whole series ends with [[spoiler: all the Maximals sacrificing themselves to destroy the Nemesis, in the end flying up to 'robot heaven'. Granted, Beast Wars Neo retcons this.]]
22nd Aug '17 6:58:04 PM LlamaAdventure
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'' has three of them in quick succession that drastically change the tone of the series. The first is Shigaraki, who ambushes Class 1-A during a field trip and gives much of them their first taste of fighting real villains. The second is Endeavor, who's [[AbusiveParents monstrous actions in trying to breed and train a worthy successor]] reveal that some heroes can be just as bad as the villains they fight. The third is HeroKiller Stain, who builds on the themes brought about by Endeavor with his belief that the hero world is infested with frauds who only care about money and fame and don't have what it takes to be a true hero.
6th Jul '17 1:15:39 AM G-Editor
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Some of the villains from the movie series are these, including [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie Mewtwo]], [[Anime/{{Pokemon3}} Molly Hale]] [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds (inadvertently however)]], [[Anime/Pokemon4Ever The Iron-Masked Marauder]], [[Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife Marcus]], [[Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions Grings Kodai]] and [[Anime/TheMastermindOfMiragePokemon Dr. Yung]].

to:

** Some of the villains from the movie series are these, including [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie Mewtwo]], [[Anime/{{Pokemon3}} Molly Hale]] [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds (inadvertently however)]], [[Anime/Pokemon4Ever The Iron-Masked Marauder]], [[Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife Marcus]], and [[Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions Grings Kodai]] and [[Anime/TheMastermindOfMiragePokemon Dr. Yung]].Kodai.]]
5th Jul '17 6:50:57 AM alexwong
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The following example--
[[AxCrazy Gaara]]. During the Chunin exam, things always gotten darker and bloodier whenever it focused on him, from start to end. Until Orochimaru came in, Gaara was permanently the most ruthless and savage (constantly wanting to see people bleed), and the only Chunin exam villain without any comedic traits, or even moments of comedy at all.

to:

** The following example--
[[AxCrazy Gaara]]. During the Chunin exam, things always gotten darker and bloodier whenever it focused on him, from start to end. Until Orochimaru came in, Gaara was permanently the most ruthless and savage (constantly wanting to see people bleed), and the only Chunin exam villain without any comedic traits, or even moments of comedy at all.
This list shows the last 10 events of 227. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=KnightOfCerebus.AnimeAndManga