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18th Sep '17 5:31:06 AM jormis29
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** In fact, in the very first appearance of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' on ''The Tracy Ullman Show'', Marge used this nursery rhyme to put Maggie to sleep, only to scare the hell out of her.

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** In fact, in the very first appearance of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' on ''The Tracy Ullman Show'', ''Series/TheTraceyUllmanShow'', Marge used this nursery rhyme to put Maggie to sleep, only to scare the hell out of her.
15th Sep '17 12:54:10 PM VisitorAlex
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' gives us [[AlmightyJanitor Peppermint Butler]] who innocently declares that, in exchange for a favor he did for Finn and Jake, he will take their flesh as payment. The heroes giggle a bit at what they think is a joke before he says he'll take it from them in their sleep. His eyes [[BlackEyesOfEvil glow black]] when he does, and Finn and Jake are more than a little unnerved.
** There have since been more than a few hints that Pepperment Butler is secretly evil. In the above mentioned episode, he was revealed to be personal friends with Death. In "Return to the Nightosphere" there's a photograph in the background showing him caddying a game of golf for Marceline's Dad (aka the demonic Lord of All Evil and basically Adventure Time's version of Satan). In "Too Young" he got nervous when Finn asked to see his aura with a machine Princess Bubblegum invented.
*** The hints seem to have been confirmed in "The Suitor", in which he is caught several times [[SummoningRitual summoning a demon,]] making it possess [[Cloudcuckoolander/WesternAnimation Cinnamon Bun's]] body and trying to interrogate him for the location of some equally evil object. The bubblegum guardians keep pulling him away from this to make him do one of his royal duties and [[TheMatchmaker try and find Princess Bubblegum a suitor.]] Eventually resulting on the best suitor making a [[DealWithTheDevil deal with the demon.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' gives us [[AlmightyJanitor Peppermint Butler]] who innocently declares that, in exchange for a favor he did for Finn and Jake, he will take their flesh as payment. The heroes giggle a bit at what they think is a joke before he says he'll take it from them in their sleep. His eyes [[BlackEyesOfEvil glow black]] when he does, and Finn and Jake are more than a little unnerved.
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unnerved. There have since been more than a few hints that Pepperment Butler is secretly evil. In the above mentioned episode, he was revealed to be personal friends with Death. In "Return to the Nightosphere" there's a photograph in the background showing him caddying a game of golf for Marceline's Dad (aka the demonic Lord of All Evil and basically Adventure Time's version of Satan). In "Too Young" he got nervous when Finn asked to see his aura with a machine Princess Bubblegum invented. \n*** The hints seem to have been confirmed in "The Suitor", in which he is caught several times [[SummoningRitual summoning a demon,]] making it possess [[Cloudcuckoolander/WesternAnimation Cinnamon Bun's]] body and trying to interrogate him for the location of some equally evil object. The bubblegum guardians keep pulling him away from this to make him do one of his royal duties and [[TheMatchmaker try and find Princess Bubblegum a suitor.]] Eventually resulting on the best suitor making a [[DealWithTheDevil deal with the demon.]]]]
** [[AxCrazy Lemongrab]] in general, especially in his most disturbing episodes.
** The Lich. Every scene he is in is filled with the utmost terror.
15th Sep '17 12:49:51 PM VisitorAlex
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'':
** The Demonic Spirit from "Jack and the Haunted House" is perhaps the most unsettling creature who ever appeared in the series. [[NonStandardCharacterDesign As if its unnerving design wasn't enough]], this creature is a sadistic demon who trapped the souls of a Japanese family in a haunted house. After devouring the souls of her family, the demon lets Kuni live solely to use her as bait to lure in more victims. Perhaps the scariest thing about this thing is is how little we know about it, making it even more frightening. What is it? Where did it come from? Why did it target that family? What did it want with Jack? And is it even sentient?
** The High Priestess. [[DissonantSerenity She keeps her emotionless demeanor when her daughters are subjected to cruel trainings or rituals]], her occasional anger is incredibly spontaneous, and every scene she is in is filled with the utmost tension. [[spoiler:Heck, '''Aku himself''' was surprised when this woman drank his essence.]]
** The Dominator from "XCVI". The fact that he's a mere human with a intense air of cruelty and malice willing to commit atrocities for pure enjoyment makes him pretty scary and chilling. That, and his creepy fixation in Ashi's beauty.
** Of course, Aku himself can be an easy nightmare dispenser in his darkest episodes.
8th Sep '17 8:06:04 AM VisitorAlex
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* Tommy De Vito from ''Film/GoodFellas'', as expected from an AxCrazy maniac with a genuinely [[HairTriggerTemper animalistic temper]]. If it isn't obvious, he's definitely not a man you would ever want to cross paths with, or even attempt to piss off. It says a lot that he is considered the cruelest, most brutal character of the whole film. And for bonus, he's is this even when he's casually speaking.

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* Tommy De Vito from ''Film/GoodFellas'', as expected from an AxCrazy maniac with a genuinely [[HairTriggerTemper animalistic temper]]. If it isn't obvious, he's definitely not a man you would ever want to cross paths with, or even attempt to piss off. It says a lot that he is considered the cruelest, most brutal character of the whole film. And for bonus, he's is this even when he's casually speaking.
8th Sep '17 8:05:16 AM VisitorAlex
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* Tommy De Vito from ''Film/GoodFellas'', as expected from an AxCrazy maniac with a genuinely [[HairTriggerTemper animalistic temper]]. If it isn't obvious, he's definitely not a man you would ever want to cross paths with, or even attempt to piss off. It says a lot that he is considered the cruelest, most brutal character of the whole film. And for bonus, he's is this even when he's casually speaking.
-->'''Tommy''': You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it's me, I'm a little fucked up maybe, but I'm funny how, I mean funny like I'm a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh, I'm here to fuckin' amuse you? What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny?
-->'''Henry''': Just... you know, how you tell the story, what?
-->'''Tommy''': No, no, I don't know, you said it. How do I know? You said I'm funny. How the fuck am I funny, what the fuck is so funny about me? Tell me, tell me what's funny!
-->'''Henry''': ''[long pause]'' Get the fuck out of here, Tommy!
-->'''Tommy''': ''[everyone laughs]'' Ya motherfucker! I almost had him, I almost had him. Ya stuttering prick ya. Frankie, was he shaking? I wonder about you sometimes, Henry. You may fold under questioning.
29th Aug '17 4:54:44 PM VisitorAlex
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* Freaky Fred from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog''.
** He's not really nightmarish, he's just ... ''naughty''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'':
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Freaky Fred from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog''.
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Fred. He's not really nightmarish, he's just ... ''naughty''.''naughty''.
** Katz. A [[AxCrazy psychopathic]] [[CatsAreMean cat]] with a creepy fixation with killing his victims in rather gruesome ways.



* Joe Tabootie from ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone''.
22nd Aug '17 12:57:51 PM Vox
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* The eponymous character from ''Manga/FrankenFran'' is ''the'' definition of a Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant.

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* The eponymous character Fran Madaraki from ''Manga/FrankenFran'' is ''the'' definition of a Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant.
21st Aug '17 4:09:22 AM VisitorAlex
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* NothingIsScarier in general.


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11th Aug '17 9:04:49 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the [[TheMovie film version]] of ''Film/BattleRoyale'', Instructor Kitano paints a crude, childish scene which portrays all of the students killing each other in various gruesome ways, but with Noriko standing unscathed, and with a saintly halo, in the midst of it all. Whether this means that Kitano is a [[{{Lolicon}} creepy old man]], or that he merely sees Noriko as a surrogate daughter ([[ParentalAbandonment to make up for his negligent fatherhood]]) is up for debate, but Shuya and Noriko's reaction to the painting was everything but favorable.

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* In the [[TheMovie film version]] of ''Film/BattleRoyale'', Instructor Kitano paints a crude, childish scene which portrays all of the students killing each other in various gruesome ways, but with Noriko standing unscathed, and with a saintly halo, in the midst of it all. Whether this means that Kitano is a [[{{Lolicon}} creepy old man]], man, or that he merely sees Noriko as a surrogate daughter ([[ParentalAbandonment to make up for his negligent fatherhood]]) is up for debate, but Shuya and Noriko's reaction to the painting was everything but favorable.



* Bebedora in ''VideoGame/ArcTheLad: Twilight of the Spirits''. She's a horribly creepy demonic loli marionette who apparently has no eyes, can 'see' emotions as color and casually talks about Ending The World. Oh, and she can possess people and make them do whatever she feels like doing, whether they want to or not. [[http://www.flyingomelette.com/arc4/arc4bebedora.html This page]] should give you a vague idea of what kind of, uh, person-doll-demon-thing she is.

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* Bebedora in ''VideoGame/ArcTheLad: Twilight of the Spirits''. She's a horribly creepy demonic loli young girl marionette who apparently has no eyes, can 'see' emotions as color and casually talks about Ending The World. Oh, and she can possess people and make them do whatever she feels like doing, whether they want to or not. [[http://www.flyingomelette.com/arc4/arc4bebedora.html This page]] should give you a vague idea of what kind of, uh, person-doll-demon-thing she is.
3rd Aug '17 9:45:57 AM Malady
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* In ''Mathemagics'', Riva's daughter draws a picture of her home planet for class, which leads to an angry meeting between the teacher and Riva.

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* In ''Mathemagics'', ''Mathemagics'' of the ''Literature/ChicksInChainmail'' anthologies, Riva's daughter draws a picture of her home planet for class, which leads to an angry meeting between the teacher and Riva.
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