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Often overlaps with the HarmlessVillain (Harmless Villains are inherently funny, but funny villains are not inherently harmless), AffablyEvil, FauxAffablyEvil (who are often funny), the IneffectualSympatheticVillain and MagnificentBastard. And with LargeHam (playing a villain seems to be very fun). It's also a prerequisite for the TerribleTrio and the QuirkyMinibossSquad. Interestingly, this either subverts or complements EvilHasABadSenseOfHumor, as does TooFunnyToBeEvil, a closely related sister trope. Tends to be the sort who CrossesTheLineTwice. See also: LaughWithMe and BewareTheSillyOnes. A villain who is laughably evil need not have an EvilLaugh, though it can help. Alternatively, they may have an UnevilLaugh. A particularly CardCarryingVillain with emphasis put on the comical aspects of his "GoodIsBadAndBadIsGood" morality can very easily turn into a Laughably Evil villain.
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Often overlaps with the HarmlessVillain (Harmless Villains are inherently funny, but funny villains are not inherently harmless), AffablyEvil, FauxAffablyEvil (who are often funny), the IneffectualSympatheticVillain and MagnificentBastard. And with LargeHam (playing a villain seems to be very fun). It's also a prerequisite for the TerribleTrio and the QuirkyMinibossSquad. Interestingly, this either subverts or complements EvilHasABadSenseOfHumor, as does TooFunnyToBeEvil, a closely related sister trope. Tends to be the sort who CrossesTheLineTwice. See also: LaughWithMe and BewareTheSillyOnes. A villain who is laughably evil need not have an EvilLaugh, though it can help. Alternatively, they may have an UnevilLaugh. A particularly CardCarryingVillain with emphasis put on the comical aspects of his "GoodIsBadAndBadIsGood" "BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad" morality can very easily turn into a Laughably Evil villain.

* Dedede in ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars''. He's arguably more evil than his game counterpart, but also one of the most entertaining characters on the show.
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* Dedede in ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars''.''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa''. He's arguably more evil than his game counterpart, but also one of the most entertaining characters on the show.

* Xellos from ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' might fit... his antics are certainly funny enough; it's just that [[TheTrickster no one is]] [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder sure]] [[HiddenAgendaVillain what his real goals are]], so calling him a 'villain' may or may not be accurate. ** He's TheDragon for one of the 2 remaining demon lords. He might be a DracoInLeatherPants, but his efforts always serve his Mistress.
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* Xellos from ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' might fit... his antics are certainly funny enough; it's just that [[TheTrickster no one is]] [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder sure]] [[HiddenAgendaVillain what his real goals are]], so calling him a 'villain' may or may not be accurate. ** accurate. He's TheDragon for one of the 2 remaining demon lords. He might be a DracoInLeatherPants, but his efforts always serve his Mistress.

* The Golden Witch [[BigBad Beatrice]] in ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' [[NoFourthWall is aware that she is the villain of the series]], and is just adoring the role. She's a LargeHam and she loves to chew the scenery, just listen to it when she talks to Battler. However, this is only in the anime, since in the original sound novels she's later revealed to be a good deal more tragic, [[spoiler:not to mention that [[DiscOneFinalBoss she isn't even the main villain]] in the first place]].
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* The Golden Witch [[BigBad Beatrice]] in ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' [[NoFourthWall is aware that she is the villain of the series]], and is just adoring the role. She's a LargeHam and she loves to chew the scenery, just listen to it when she talks to Battler. However, this is only in the anime, since in the original sound novels she's later revealed to be a good deal more tragic, [[spoiler:not to mention that [[DiscOneFinalBoss she isn't even the main villain]] in the first place]].

* Barry the Chopper of ''Manga/FullMetalAlchemist'' is an unrepentant SerialKiller whose lunacy and total inability to understand normal human morality is PlayedForLaughs. Some people view Envy as this, though that has more to do with its terrible fighting skills and [[FashionVictimVillain godawful fashion sense]] than with any real humour on its part.
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* ''Manga/FullMetalAlchemist'' ** Barry the Chopper of ''Manga/FullMetalAlchemist'' is an unrepentant SerialKiller whose lunacy and total inability to understand normal human morality is PlayedForLaughs. Some people view Envy as this, though that has more to do with its terrible fighting skills and [[FashionVictimVillain godawful fashion sense]] than with any real humour on its part.

* Jake Martinez from '' Anime/{{TigerandBunny}}'' is basically the T&B universe's Joker. He's a Fantastically Racist terrorist, a serial killer, a kidnapper, a mercenary and an all around egotistical asshole who's threatening despite his... questionable wardrobe. And yet he somehow manages to say and do terrible things like murder an underling who failed him (& brag about it to people who had captured said underling), threaten to destroy a city if it's heroes couldn't beat him, & force one of the heroes to help draw out his allies in ways that make them hilarious as they are horrid.
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* Jake Martinez from '' Anime/{{TigerandBunny}}'' Anime/TigerAndBunny'' is basically the T&B universe's Joker. He's a Fantastically Racist terrorist, a serial killer, a kidnapper, a mercenary and an all around egotistical asshole who's threatening despite his... questionable wardrobe. And yet he somehow manages to say and do terrible things like murder an underling who failed him (& brag about it to people who had captured said underling), threaten to destroy a city if it's heroes couldn't beat him, & force one of the heroes to help draw out his allies in ways that make them hilarious as they are horrid.

* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan''' villain The ComicBook/GreenGoblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and mocking and still has the original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he is shown to crack sadistic jokes.

* ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler:'' Zigzag, the EvilChancellor, is usually amusing, but is introduced by a scene where he condemns a cobbler to death for spilling tacks he happened to step on, and [[FromBadToWorse only gets worse]]. ** It might also have something to do with the fact that he's voiced by ''Creator/VincentPrice''.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler:'' Zigzag, the EvilChancellor, is usually amusing, but is introduced by a scene where he condemns a cobbler to death for spilling tacks he happened to step on, and [[FromBadToWorse only gets worse]]. ** worse]]. It might also have something to do with the fact that he's voiced by ''Creator/VincentPrice''.

** Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective: Ratigan, the world's greatest criminal mind. It also helps that he's voiced by a [[Creator/VincentPrice man who plays laughably evil characters]].
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** Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective: ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'': Ratigan, the world's greatest criminal mind. It also helps that he's voiced by a [[Creator/VincentPrice man who plays laughably evil characters]].

* TheJoker from ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Batman}}''.
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* TheJoker SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker from ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Batman}}''.

* The Green Goblin is partially one of these in ''Film/SpiderMan1'', mostly because the character itself is supposed to be that way, but also because he is so [[LargeHam hammy]].
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* [[Comicbook/NormanOsborn The Green Goblin Goblin]] is partially one of these in ''Film/SpiderMan1'', mostly because the character itself is supposed to be that way, but also because he is so [[LargeHam hammy]].

* LargeHam KillerDoll Chucky in the ''Franchise/ChildsPlay'' films, mostly the sequels, especially the [[Film/BrideOfChucky fourth]] and [[Film/SeedOfChucky fifth]] films.
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* LargeHam KillerDoll Chucky in the ''Franchise/ChildsPlay'' ''Film/ChildsPlay'' films, mostly the sequels, especially the [[Film/BrideOfChucky fourth]] and [[Film/SeedOfChucky fifth]] films.

* Zartan his moments in ''Film/GIJoeRetaliation'' while disguised as [[spoiler: the President]]. Including one scene where [[spoiler: he plays ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'' on his phone]].
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* Zartan has his moments in ''Film/GIJoeRetaliation'' while disguised as [[spoiler: the President]]. Including one scene where [[spoiler: he plays ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'' on his phone]].

* Series/{{Supernatural}}:
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* Series/{{Supernatural}}:''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':

** While Lucifer himself averts this, [[spoiler:Sam's hallucination of Lucifer in S7 finds some rather amusing ways to torment Sam, like singing "Stairway to Heaven" 50 times in a row and yelling in his ear with a megaphone.]]
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** While Lucifer himself averts this, [[spoiler:Sam's hallucination of Lucifer in S7 finds some rather amusing ways to torment Sam, like singing "Stairway to Heaven" 50 times in a row and yelling in his ear with a megaphone.]]megaphone]].

** Balthazar was also often this. A good example in "My Heart Will Go On" when he explains to Sam and Dean that he [[spoiler:changed history to stop the ''Titanic'' from sinking, which [[BeyondTheimpossible isn't supposed to be possible]], just because he hated [[Film/Titanic "that movie."]]. He was lying. -->'''Dean'': What movie?\\
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** Balthazar was also often this. A good example in "My Heart Will Go On" when he explains to Sam and Dean that he [[spoiler:changed history to stop the ''Titanic'' from sinking, which [[BeyondTheimpossible isn't supposed to be possible]], just because he hated [[Film/Titanic [[Film/{{Titanic1997}} "that movie."]]."]]]]. He was lying. -->'''Dean'': -->'''Dean''': What movie?\\

* Thenardier in the musical version of ''Theatre/LesMiserables'', quite an achievement considering how nasty he is in the book. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izgc7IhcGG4 "Master of the House"]] stands out as a rare moment of light relief.
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* Thenardier in the musical version of ''Theatre/LesMiserables'', quite an achievement considering how nasty he is in the book. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izgc7IhcGG4 "Master of the House"]] House" stands out as a rare moment of light relief.

* The Whisperer, from the ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' episode "Accidental Dilemma", is treated as if he were incompetent, but between the lines, he ''has'' formidable equipment, tricks, and overall villainous cunning on his side. However, he is so consistently played for laughs that it turns out to be one of the funniest episodes (of what was ostensibly a comedy-drama) in a while.
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* The Whisperer, from the ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' ''Radio/AdventuresInOdyssey'' episode "Accidental Dilemma", is treated as if he were incompetent, but between the lines, he ''has'' formidable equipment, tricks, and overall villainous cunning on his side. However, he is so consistently played for laughs that it turns out to be one of the funniest episodes (of what was ostensibly a comedy-drama) in a while.

* Edwin from ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and its sequel is sociopathic, irritable and has a massive ego but is genuinely cranky to the point of amusement and bumbling enough to be this trope. Half the laughter comes from him being sulky. * Many, if not all, of the main enemies in the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series. From [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Bowser}} Bowser's]] kidnapping of the princess turning out to be lovesickness, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2 Wart]] being the tyrant of a dream world while [[WeaksauceWeakness critically weak to vegetables]] (he hates the taste), to even the names of many of the stage bosses (King Caliente's Spicy Return!). Not to mention anyone who's an antagonist in an RPG or spinoff (*[[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario Chunks Awaaaay!]]* ) ([[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi I HAVE FURY]]!).
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* Edwin from ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and its sequel ''Franchise/BaldursGate'' is sociopathic, irritable and has a massive ego but is genuinely cranky to the point of amusement and bumbling enough to be this trope. Half the laughter comes from him being sulky. * Many, if not all, of the main enemies in the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series. From [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Bowser}} Bowser's]] Bowser's kidnapping of the princess turning out to be lovesickness, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2 Wart]] being the tyrant of a dream world while [[WeaksauceWeakness critically weak to vegetables]] (he hates the taste), to even the names of many of the stage bosses (King Caliente's Spicy Return!). Not to mention anyone who's an antagonist in an RPG or spinoff (*[[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario Chunks Awaaaay!]]* ) ([[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi I HAVE FURY]]!).

** However, Bowser is portrayed in a more serious manner in the main series platform games. Especially ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy''. *** He's a more serious threat in terms of malice in said games, but is still a comical [[LargeHam ham]] of the highest order personality wise, so fits this trope to a tee. ---->'''Bowser:''' I'm HUUUUUUUUGE!!!!
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** However, Bowser is portrayed in a more serious manner in the main series platform games. Especially ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy''. *** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy''. He's a more serious threat in terms of malice in said games, but is still a comical [[LargeHam ham]] of the highest order personality wise, so fits this trope to a tee. ---->'''Bowser:''' --->'''Bowser:''' I'm HUUUUUUUUGE!!!!

* The Lich Palawa Joko in ''VideoGame/GuildWars: Nightfall'' once terrorised the ''entirety'' of the continent of Elona, whose forces were the greatest threat said continent faced until the Charr invasion many centuries later. Being unable to die or be killed, he had to be [[SealedEvilInACan sealed away]] at the location of his defeat, and there he would have remained... if the plot hadn't required that you release him from his imprisonment for several ''very good'' reasons. But that's okay, all Joko wants is to reform his undead Army Of Darkness, which you've got to help him with as well. Astoundingly, he fails to be a threat for the remainder of the game, and while you're dealing with the BigBad he's spending the rest of the time [[HilarityEnsues hilariously failing to get any sort of organisation from his mindless minions]]. What a guy. [[spoiler:By the second game, he has gotten his act together, and how]].
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* The Lich Palawa Joko in ''VideoGame/GuildWars: Nightfall'' once terrorised the ''entirety'' of the continent of Elona, whose forces were the greatest threat said continent faced until the Charr invasion many centuries later. Being unable to die or be killed, he had to be [[SealedEvilInACan sealed away]] at the location of his defeat, and there he would have remained... if the plot hadn't required that you release him from his imprisonment for several ''very good'' reasons. But that's okay, all Joko wants is to reform his undead Army Of Darkness, which you've got to help him with as well. Astoundingly, he fails to be a threat for the remainder of the game, and while you're dealing with the BigBad he's spending the rest of the time [[HilarityEnsues hilariously failing to get any sort of organisation from his mindless minions]]. What a guy. [[spoiler:By the second game, he has gotten his act together, and how]].how.]]

* King Dedede from the ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' series. * Dr. Wily, from the ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man|Classic}}'' series. He pulls off evil plots like holding a Russian scientist's daughter hostage and [[TheVirus spreading a robot virus]], yet tends to use silly-looking robots, frequently [[FascinatingEyebrow wiggle his eyebrows]], and [[PoseOfSupplication beg for mercy]] upon his defeat. [[OverusedRunningGag Every single time]]. The guy is a living paradox. The best example of this, is the time he stole the world's strongest robots, while wearing a rather [[PaperThinDisguise flimsy disguise]]. This is quite subject to a FunnyAneurysmMoment when you find out that [[spoiler: the horrible, horrible robot war that took up most of ''VideoGame/MegaManX''[='=]s story was his fault.]]
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* King Dedede from the ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series. * Dr. Wily, from the ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man|Classic}}'' series. He pulls off evil plots like holding a Russian scientist's daughter hostage and [[TheVirus spreading a robot virus]], yet tends to use silly-looking robots, frequently [[FascinatingEyebrow wiggle his eyebrows]], and [[PoseOfSupplication beg for mercy]] upon his defeat. [[OverusedRunningGag Every single time]]. The guy is a living paradox. The best example of this, is the time he stole the world's strongest robots, while wearing a rather [[PaperThinDisguise flimsy disguise]]. This is quite subject to a FunnyAneurysmMoment when you find out that [[spoiler: the horrible, horrible robot war that took up most of ''VideoGame/MegaManX''[='=]s story was his fault.]]fault]].

* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' has Dr "Eggman" Robotnik Many alternate media representations are similar (see below). What do you expect from an egg shaped scientist who makes toy-like robots?
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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' has Dr "Eggman" Robotnik Robotnik. Many alternate media representations are similar (see below). What do you expect from an egg shaped scientist who makes toy-like robots?

* It seems ''GrandTheftAuto'' has a thing for this, so of course ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' upped the ante with player character Trevor. Abusive, psychopathic, and hilarious.
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* It seems ''GrandTheftAuto'' ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' has a thing for this, so of course ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' upped the ante with player character Trevor. Abusive, psychopathic, and hilarious.

* Several members of Organization XIII from KingdomHearts are this, especially Xigbar. Xigbar is there, casually tossing out surfer slang, wearing an eye patch, explaining (badly) what love is to Roxas, and is a lot of fun to watch. Until you play Birth By Sleep and Kingdom Hearts 3D. [[spoiler: Where it's revealed that he caused a lot of the problems in Birth By Sleep and KH3D because he willingly let himself become "Half Xehanort" and it's implied that -unlike several other members of the New Organization who were either forced, brainwashed, or a part of the original Xehanort (ItMakesSenseInContext)- knew what would happen if Master Xehanort succeeds and went along with it anyway.]] Demyx is funnier, but he isn't evil enough to completely pull this off. * In ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' we have Monokuma, the self-proclaimed headmaster of the Despair Academy. His funny antics and quirks never quite manage to make up for the way he gleefully sets up the murders, watches everyone with cameras and his abilty to violently self-destruct. Played with, since he is a robot that is controlled by the real mastermind the same presumably goes for them. And [[spoiler: oh boy it does. Junko Enoshima is an AxeCrazy psychopath who experiences mood swings so violently that they might as well be different personalities. Her shifting her behaviour from a high and mighty EvilOverlord, to a {{Kawaiiko}} complete with ArtShift might seem amusing, if she didn't talk about how she randomly killed her sister [[ForTheEvulz out of boredom]] and her part in causing the collapse of human society ''at the same time''.]] * The Roborobo/Rubberrobo Gang from {{Medabots}} are an organization of total goofballs who dress in full-body rubber costumes with antennae sticking out of the head portion and shades covering their eyes. While their leaders tend to be competent (sometimes), their rank and file are such [[MinionWithAnFInEvil complete and total nitwits]] that it can be hard to take them seriously ''at all''. In fact, the first time we see one of their members in the first game in the series, he's just stolen a rare medal (the heart and soul of the series' robotic {{Mons}})... Only to lose it after being clocked in the head with a stray frisbee thrown by the protagonist and subsequently sent fleeing in panic when said protagonist's dog came to fetch it.
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* Several members of Organization XIII from KingdomHearts ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' are this, especially Xigbar. Xigbar is there, casually tossing out surfer slang, wearing an eye patch, explaining (badly) what love is to Roxas, and is a lot of fun to watch. Until you play Birth ''Birth By Sleep Sleep'' and Kingdom ''Kingdom Hearts 3D. 3D''. [[spoiler: Where it's revealed that he caused a lot of the problems in Birth ''Birth By Sleep Sleep'' and KH3D ''[=KH3D=]'' because he willingly let himself become "Half Xehanort" and it's implied that -unlike several other members of the New Organization who were either forced, brainwashed, or a part of the original Xehanort (ItMakesSenseInContext)- knew what would happen if Master Xehanort succeeds and went along with it anyway.]] Demyx is funnier, but he isn't evil enough to completely pull this off. * In ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' we have Monokuma, the self-proclaimed headmaster of the Despair Academy. His funny antics and quirks never quite manage to make up for the way he gleefully sets up the murders, watches everyone with cameras and his abilty to violently self-destruct. Played with, since he is a robot that is controlled by the real mastermind the same presumably goes for them. And [[spoiler: oh boy it does. Junko Enoshima is an AxeCrazy AxCrazy psychopath who experiences mood swings so violently that they might as well be different personalities. Her shifting her behaviour from a high and mighty EvilOverlord, to a {{Kawaiiko}} complete with ArtShift might seem amusing, if she didn't talk about how she randomly killed her sister [[ForTheEvulz out of boredom]] and her part in causing the collapse of human society ''at the same time''.]] time'']]. * The Roborobo/Rubberrobo Gang from {{Medabots}} ''VideoGame/{{Medabots}}'' are an organization of total goofballs who dress in full-body rubber costumes with antennae sticking out of the head portion and shades covering their eyes. While their leaders tend to be competent (sometimes), their rank and file are such [[MinionWithAnFInEvil complete and total nitwits]] that it can be hard to take them seriously ''at all''. In fact, the first time we see one of their members in the first game in the series, he's just stolen a rare medal (the heart and soul of the series' robotic {{Mons}})... Only to lose it after being clocked in the head with a stray frisbee thrown by the protagonist and subsequently sent fleeing in panic when said protagonist's dog came to fetch it.

* [[BigBad Zenith]] from Webcomic/CommanderKitty. She constantly forgets why her MixAndMatchCritter boyfriend has [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/04/25/plot/ elephant feet]], mistakes [[TheUnintelligible unintelligible ferret speak]] [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/09/12/table-for-blue/ for a language her target uses only to think with]], and gets [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/12/12/nothing-to-see-here/ chased out of a restaurant by its overly eager staff]].
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* [[BigBad Zenith]] from Webcomic/CommanderKitty.''Webcomic/CommanderKitty''. She constantly forgets why her MixAndMatchCritter boyfriend has [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/04/25/plot/ elephant feet]], mistakes [[TheUnintelligible unintelligible ferret speak]] [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/09/12/table-for-blue/ for a language her target uses only to think with]], and gets [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/12/12/nothing-to-see-here/ chased out of a restaurant by its overly eager staff]].

* Cartman from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. An individual whose antics can sometimes backfire and lead to his humiliation, but he shows that he's capable of this, for example being able to team up with Cthulhu.
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* Cartman from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''.''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. ** Cartman. An individual whose antics can sometimes backfire and lead to his humiliation, but he shows that he's capable of this, for example being able to team up with Cthulhu.

* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' the Green Goblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and mocking and still has the original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he is shown to crack sadistic jokes.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' the Green Goblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and mocking and still has the original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he He is shown to crack sadistic jokes.

* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' has Louise, who takes ComedicSociopathy to its logical extreme by ''actually'' being a sociopath. She's described on TheOtherWiki as being "manipulative and agressive...more than willing to exploit people", not exactly terms usually used to describe a protagonist. Her actions aren't always even harmless to the other protagonists of the show, and she very seldom expresses anything approaching remorse, although ultimately she is shown to [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther love her family]]. However, that doesn't keep her from being absolutely hilarious.
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* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' has Louise, who takes ComedicSociopathy to its logical extreme by ''actually'' being a sociopath. She's described on TheOtherWiki [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] as being "manipulative and agressive...more than willing to exploit people", not exactly terms usually used to describe a protagonist. Her actions aren't always even harmless to the other protagonists of the show, and she very seldom expresses anything approaching remorse, although ultimately she is shown to [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther love her family]]. However, that doesn't keep her from being absolutely hilarious.

** Uncle Ruckus is a hardcore [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain white supremacist]]... [[BoomerangBigot who happens to be black]]. He usually appears {{once an episode}} to make [[RefugeInAudacity outrageous comments]].
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** Uncle Ruckus is a hardcore [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain white supremacist]]... [[BoomerangBigot who happens to be black]]. He usually appears {{once an episode}} OncePerEpisode to make [[RefugeInAudacity outrageous comments]].

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28th Jan '16 9:04:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* ComicBook/LexLuthor in the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' movies is funny for many reasons, but it meshes well with the character. Luthor in ''SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' is ridiculously campy, and it doesn't... work... well...
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* ComicBook/LexLuthor in the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' movies is funny for many reasons, but it meshes well with the character. Luthor in ''SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' is ridiculously campy, and it doesn't... work... well...
13th Jan '16 4:55:01 PM hamza678
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Spider-Man villain The Green Goblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and mocking and still has the original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he is shown to crack sadistic jokes.
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Spider-Man * ''ComicBook/SpiderMan''' villain The Green Goblin ComicBook/GreenGoblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and mocking and still has the original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he is shown to crack sadistic jokes.
10th Jan '16 12:56:33 PM Manny20444
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Spider-Man villain The Green Goblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and mocking and still has the original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he is shown to crack sadistic jokes.

* A few villains in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' fit into this, namely the Green Goblin, who effortlessly makes jokes and quips back at Spidey while at the same time being a relatively AxCrazy MagnificentBastard. Rhino also counts too, as he is a typical DumbMuscle with several funny lines and scenes, but gleefully attempts to "[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids impale Spider-Man's heart on his horn]]".
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* A few villains in *In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' fit into this, namely the Green Goblin, who effortlessly makes jokes Goblin doesn't get annoyed by the Web-Head's quipping and quips back at Spidey while at mocking and still has the same time being a relatively AxCrazy MagnificentBastard. Rhino also counts too, as original version's wacky personality, manipulative planning, and amazing acrobatism. he is a typical DumbMuscle with several funny lines and scenes, but gleefully attempts shown to "[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids impale Spider-Man's heart on his horn]]".crack sadistic jokes.
6th Jan '16 4:40:13 PM paul723
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*** There's also Ryder, who provides just about enough humor in almost every cutscene/mission he appears in in spite of his [[{{Jerkass}} rude attitude]].
30th Dec '15 12:30:04 AM Anddrix
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* SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor in the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' movies is funny for many reasons, but it meshes well with the character. Luthor in ''SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' is ridiculously campy, and it doesn't... work... well...
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* SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor in the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' movies is funny for many reasons, but it meshes well with the character. Luthor in ''SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' is ridiculously campy, and it doesn't... work... well...
27th Dec '15 4:49:42 AM LahmacunKebab
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** Balthazar was also often this. A good example in "My Heart Will Go On" when he explains to Sam and Dean that he [[spoiler:changed history to stop the ''Titanic'' from sinking, which [[BeyondTheimpossible isn't supposed to be possible]], just because he hated [[Film/Titanic "that movie."]]. He was lying.]]
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** Balthazar was also often this. A good example in "My Heart Will Go On" when he explains to Sam and Dean that he [[spoiler:changed history to stop the ''Titanic'' from sinking, which [[BeyondTheimpossible isn't supposed to be possible]], just because he hated [[Film/Titanic "that movie."]]. He was lying.]]
26th Dec '15 2:17:42 AM paul723
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* Pretty much all the villains in ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'', most notably Snaptrap and The Chameleon.
6th Dec '15 2:19:30 AM BlackYakuzu94
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* Hazama of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' fame is a walking CrowningMomentOfFunny. He's also [[FauxAffablyEvil the kind of guy who crosses the]] MoralEventHorizon ''nine times'' before he's even woken up. This perception has changed over time, however. As Hazama/Terumi becomes more and more saturated and pretty much everywhere and his motives comes off extremely shallow, BrokenBase was formed, some just think he stops being laughable altogether.
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* Hazama Yuuki Terumi of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' fame is a walking CrowningMomentOfFunny. He's also [[FauxAffablyEvil Much like The Joker himself, most of the kind of guy who crosses the]] fun from watching him comes just from how he enjoys crossing the MoralEventHorizon ''nine times'' before he's even woken up. This perception has changed over time, however. As Hazama/Terumi becomes more and more saturated and pretty much everywhere and his motives comes off extremely shallow, BrokenBase was formed, some just think he stops at every given opportunity. Combine that with being laughable altogether.an exceptional LargeHam, and a very efficient ManipulativeBastard, you have one villain you just can't help but laugh with even as he commits atrocity after atrocity.
28th Nov '15 5:39:57 PM ading
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* ''Series/{{Dexter}}'' combines social awkwardness and constantly overthinking everything with the decidedly less relatable flaws of sociopathy and serial murder to create a character as hilarious as he is horrifying.
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