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7th Jun '16 8:58:10 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'': In the film version, all the Zentradi are bald (though their morality varies considerably), and in the original TV series, Bodolza is very bald and very evil ([[KnightTemplar or at least so mission-oriented as to not care about insignificant things like planetary omnicide]]).

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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'': In the film version, adaptation ''[[Anime/MacrossDoYouRememberLove Do You Remember Love?]]'', all the Zentradi are bald (though their morality varies considerably), and in the original TV series, Bodolza is very bald and very evil ([[KnightTemplar or at least so mission-oriented as to not care about insignificant things like planetary omnicide]]).
29th May '16 12:03:05 AM Gideoncrawle
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* Professor Farnsworth in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', although he's too much of a crazy ineffective old doofus to be truly evil. Plus, he's technically a good guy, as far as taking sides is concerned.
16th May '16 11:34:17 PM kazokuhouou
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', there's Cervantes, one of Walhart's generals. He makes up for the baldness with a ''glorious'' BadassMoustache. It's a tad downplayed though, as compared to Walhart and his other generals, Cervantes is played in more a comedic light.
* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', Hans is an AxCrazy soldier of Nohr with a shaved bald head and a desire to get ahead in life, no matter who he has to kill or torture. He also was a former criminal who committed many offenses before King Garon pardoned him. Fittingly, he's of the Berserker class.
** Fuga is a subversion though: yes, the Avatar has to fight him in all three paths, but it's more because of a SecretTestOfCharacter rather than him being evil (and misunderstandings due to Nohrian trickery). Once the Avatar proves his/her worthiness to Fuga, he becomes more helpful, providing the army with valuable information in all three paths, an ally in his adopted son Hayato in ''Birthright'' and ''Revalations'' [[spoiler: and evenutally joins the army himself in ''Revelations''.]]
15th May '16 9:20:42 AM Koveras
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** [[spoiler:Solas, your EvilMentor,]] from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition''.
14th May '16 2:21:55 AM Doug86
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Whatever the original reason, Hair Hates Evil, and about the only times you'll see a kind and moral character without his (or her) hair will be when it's an egg-headed SmartGuy (who's [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} probably also in a wheelchair]]), a Buddhist monk, a BaldBlackLeaderGuy, or the [[LittlestCancerPatient Littlest Leukemia Patient.]]

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Whatever the original reason, Hair Hates Evil, and about the only times you'll see a kind and moral character without his (or her) hair will be when it's an egg-headed SmartGuy (who's [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen probably also in a wheelchair]]), a Buddhist monk, a BaldBlackLeaderGuy, or the [[LittlestCancerPatient Littlest Leukemia Patient.]]
7th May '16 12:59:20 PM ultimomant
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** Naturally, this has had fun poked at it several times, such as by [[Characters/GLOrangeLanternCorps Larfleeze]] during the events of ''ComicBook/BlackestNight''. Also, in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', Lex, accompanied by ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and {{Steel}}, revealed that he had a secret laboratory... fronted by a ''barbershop''.

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** Naturally, this has had fun poked at it several times, such as by [[Characters/GLOrangeLanternCorps Larfleeze]] during the events of ''ComicBook/BlackestNight''. Also, in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', Lex, accompanied by ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and {{Steel}}, ComicBook/{{Steel}}, revealed that he had a secret laboratory... fronted by a ''barbershop''.
27th Mar '16 2:42:52 PM nighttrainfm
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* Fletcher in ''Film/{{Whiplash}}'' is an over-the-top SadistTeacher who runs his jazz band like a boot camp. He's willing verbally and physically abuse his students in the name of pushing them past their limits, and it's suggested that this treatment [[spoiler: caused a former student to commit suicide.]]

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* Fletcher in ''Film/{{Whiplash}}'' is an over-the-top SadistTeacher who runs his jazz band like a boot camp. He's willing to verbally and physically abuse his students in the name of pushing them past their limits, and it's suggested that this treatment [[spoiler: caused a former student to commit suicide.]]
27th Mar '16 2:42:31 PM nighttrainfm
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* Fletcher in ''Film/{{Whiplash}}'' is an over-the-top SadistTeacher who runs his jazz band like a boot camp. He's willing verbally and physically abuse his students in the name of pushing them past their limits, and is suggested that this treatment [[spoiler: caused a former student to commit suicide.]]

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* Fletcher in ''Film/{{Whiplash}}'' is an over-the-top SadistTeacher who runs his jazz band like a boot camp. He's willing verbally and physically abuse his students in the name of pushing them past their limits, and is it's suggested that this treatment [[spoiler: caused a former student to commit suicide.]]
27th Mar '16 2:42:07 PM nighttrainfm
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* Fletcher in ''Film/{{Whiplash}}'' is an over-the-top SadistTeacher who runs his jazz band like a boot camp. He's willing verbally and physically abuse his students in the name of pushing them past their limits, and is suggested that this treatment [[spoiler: caused a former student to commit suicide.]]
10th Mar '16 8:09:43 PM Floria
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* One of the visual indicators of the Bond-villain homage protagonist's villainy in the video for ''Music/GhenghisKhan'' is his completely bald head. (His TuxedoAndMartini inspired [[DatingCatwoman enemy turned love interest]] has a full head of thick hair.)

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* One of the visual indicators of the Bond-villain homage protagonist's villainy in the video for ''Music/GhenghisKhan'' ''Music/GenghisKhan'' is his completely bald head. (His TuxedoAndMartini inspired [[DatingCatwoman enemy turned love interest]] has a full head of thick hair.)
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