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13th Nov '17 11:17:08 PM babyhenchy1
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* Aang from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has a rogues gallery. [[AntiVillain Prince Zuko]], [[DaddysLittleVillain Princess]] [[MagnificentBastard Azula]], [[EvilOverlord Fire Lord]] [[BigBad Ozai]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Jet]], [[AffablyEvil Admiral]] [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Zhao]], [[ImplacableMan Combustion Man]], [[PerkyFemaleMinion Ty Lee]], [[KnifeNut Mai]], and [[EvilChancellor Long Feng]]. While some of these [[HeelFaceTurn turn to the side of good]], all of them have at least once opposed Aang and Team Avatar, and most of them (save for Jet and Long Feng) belong to one group: the Fire Nation.

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* Aang from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has a rogues gallery. [[AntiVillain Prince Zuko]], [[DaddysLittleVillain [[TheDragon Princess]] [[MagnificentBastard Azula]], [[EvilOverlord Fire Lord]] [[BigBad Ozai]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Jet]], [[AffablyEvil Admiral]] [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Zhao]], [[ImplacableMan Combustion Man]], [[PerkyFemaleMinion Ty Lee]], [[KnifeNut Mai]], and [[EvilChancellor Long Feng]]. While some of these [[HeelFaceTurn turn to the side of good]], all of them have at least once opposed Aang and Team Avatar, and most of them (save for Jet and Long Feng) belong to one group: the Fire Nation.
28th Oct '17 12:42:34 AM killerzuera
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[[caption-width-right:255:With this many enemies, who needs friends?[[labelnote:Clockwise from top center]]Scarecrow, ComicBook/TwoFace, ComicBook/PoisonIvy, Penguin, ComicBook/TheRiddler, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, Mr. Freeze, and ComicBook/TheJoker at the center.[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:255:With this many enemies, who needs friends?[[labelnote:Clockwise from top center]]Scarecrow, ComicBook/TwoFace, ComicBook/PoisonIvy, Penguin, ComicBook/ThePenguin, ComicBook/TheRiddler, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, Mr. Freeze, and ComicBook/TheJoker at the center.[[/labelnote]]]]



** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] Penguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] ComicBook/TheRiddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity [[EvilMentor is also Batman's mentor]][[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]

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** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] Penguin,[[note]]a ComicBook/ThePenguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] ComicBook/TheRiddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity [[EvilMentor is also Batman's mentor]][[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]
22nd Oct '17 10:35:55 AM JusticeReaper
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* The ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' franchise has a whole lot of villains (most of them being inhuman) that show up in at least two or more books, and in [[Film/{{Goosebumps}} the 2015 movie]] many of the franchise's most iconic monsters appear as antagonists, including some of the one-shot monsters. The series' antagonists include the likes of [[AffablyEvil Slappy]], the [[OurGnomesAreWeirder Lawn Gnomes]], the [[AlienInvasion Body Squeezers]], Big Al, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Dr. Maniac]], the [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever Giant Cranes and Giant Insects]], the [[ClingyMacGuffin Haunted Mask (and the Unloved as well)]], Jonathan Chiller, the [[AmusementParkOfDoom Horrorland Horrors]], [[MalevolentMaskedMen Lord High Executioner]], [[BlobMonster Monster Blood and The Blob That Ate Everyone]], Scarlet Starlet, Jenna the genie, [[WolfMan The Werewolf Of Fever Swamp (and lots of other werewolves)]], the Haunted Camera, and a ''wide'' assortment of vampires, [[WhenTreesAttack monster plants]], dragons, gargoyles, zombies, [[AIIsACrapshoot robots]], and even [[MirrorMatch mirror reflections]].
21st Oct '17 4:02:03 PM sgamer82
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* The ''Podcast/RedPandaAdventures'' has a sizable Rogue's Gallery that frequently challenge the Terrific Twosome of Toronto. A few examples include Professor Zombie, a woman whose thugs are zombies she raised into undeath, Nazi scientist and occultist Friedrich von Schlitz, who is responsible for the setting's StupidJetpackHitler technology, and self-proclaimed archnemesis the Mad Monkey serving as a Joker to the Red Panda's Batman.
18th Oct '17 3:33:31 PM JusticeReaper
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* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[{{Teleportation}} Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], and [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.

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* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[{{Teleportation}} Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[MadBomber Trickster]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], and [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.
11th Oct '17 12:04:03 PM JusticeReaper
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* While ''Manga/OnePiece'' isn't a superhero series, the Straw Hat Pirates do face a number of varied and colorful adversaries (some being Marines or bounty-hunters, some being other pirates, some with superpowers and some [[BadassNormal without]]) who show up in two or more arcs, including arcs that may fall within the same overall saga, and who oppose them in at least two of those appearances. Foes who fit the bill include [[VillainousHarlequin Buggy the Clown]], [[CarryABigStick "Iron Mace" Alvida]] (both before and after she got her Devil Fruit, the second time in a VillainTeamUp with Buggy), [[MasterSwordsman Dracule Mihawk]], [[SternChase Smoker]], [[DishingOutDirt Sir Crocodile]] and the agents of [[BountyHunter Baroque Works]] (specifically the Mr. 5 team, which serves as main antagonists in two arcs), [[ExtraOreDinary "Black Cage" Hina]], [[TimeStandsStill Foxy the Silver Fox]] (if you include his anime-only appearances), [[AnIcePerson Aokiji]], the [[ProfessionalKiller Cipher Pol 9 agents]], [[PowerPalms Bartholomew Kuma]], [[CastingAShadow Gecko Moria]], [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Vice-Admiral Momonga]], [[LightIsNotGood Kizaru]], [[GeneralRipper Akainu]], [[PeoplePuppets Donquixote Doflamingo]], [[SoulPower Charlotte "Big Mom" Linlin]], and the [[EvilCounterpart Blackbeard Pirates]]. Of the ones listed here, though, circumstances may change their standing on the list, since Mihawk is a NobleDemon and semi-FriendlyEnemy who only opposes the Straw Hats and other pirates by virtue of him being one of the Shichibukai, Smoker eventually becomes more of a ReasonableAuthorityFigure whose only real reason for continuing to (officially) pursue the Straw Hats is because they're pirates, Aokiji only opposes the Straw Hats due to his position as an Admiral [[spoiler:up until his defection from the Marines]], Buggy and Crocodile enter into an EnemyMine situation with Luffy during the Summit War Saga, and [[spoiler:Kuma]] is more of a StealthMentor rather than being truly malicious.

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* While ''Manga/OnePiece'' isn't a superhero series, the Straw Hat Pirates do face a number of varied and colorful adversaries (some being Marines or bounty-hunters, some being other pirates, some with superpowers and some [[BadassNormal without]]) who show up in two or more arcs, including arcs that may fall within the same overall saga, and who oppose them in at least two of those appearances. Foes who fit the bill include [[VillainousHarlequin Buggy the Clown]], [[CarryABigStick "Iron Mace" Alvida]] (both before and after she got her Devil Fruit, the second time in a VillainTeamUp with Buggy), [[MasterSwordsman Dracule Mihawk]], [[SternChase Smoker]], [[DishingOutDirt Sir Crocodile]] and the agents of [[BountyHunter Baroque Works]] (specifically the Mr. 5 team, which serves as main antagonists in two arcs), [[ExtraOreDinary "Black Cage" Hina]], [[TimeStandsStill Foxy the Silver Fox]] (if you include his anime-only appearances), [[AnIcePerson Aokiji]], the [[ProfessionalKiller Cipher Pol 9 agents]], [[PowerPalms Bartholomew Kuma]], [[CastingAShadow Gecko Moria]], [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Vice-Admiral Momonga]], [[LightIsNotGood Kizaru]], [[GeneralRipper Akainu]], [[PeoplePuppets Donquixote Doflamingo]], [[SoulPower Charlotte "Big Mom" Linlin]], and the [[EvilCounterpart Blackbeard Pirates]].Pirates]]; and if you include the anime specials and video games that are part of the overall franchise, then the likes of [[WolverineClaws Kuro]], [[WalkingArmory Don Krieg]], [[FantasticRacism Arlong]], [[BigEater Wapol]] and [[ShockAndAwe Enel]] (all one-arc villains) are part of the gallery too. Of the ones listed here, though, circumstances may change their standing on the list, since Mihawk is a NobleDemon and semi-FriendlyEnemy who only opposes the Straw Hats and other pirates by virtue of him being one of the Shichibukai, Smoker eventually becomes more of a ReasonableAuthorityFigure whose only real reason for continuing to (officially) pursue the Straw Hats is because they're pirates, Aokiji only opposes the Straw Hats due to his position as an Admiral [[spoiler:up until his defection from the Marines]], Buggy and Crocodile enter into an EnemyMine situation with Luffy during the Summit War Saga, and [[spoiler:Kuma]] is more of a StealthMentor rather than being truly malicious.
2nd Oct '17 7:26:19 AM FGHIK
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** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] Penguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] ComicBook/TheRiddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity is also Batman's mentor[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]

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** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] Penguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] ComicBook/TheRiddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity [[EvilMentor is also Batman's mentor[[/note]] mentor]][[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]
29th Sep '17 12:27:17 PM merotoker
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[[caption-width-right:255:With this many enemies, who needs friends?[[labelnote:Clockwise from top center]]Scarecrow, ComicBook/TwoFace, Poison Ivy, Penguin, The Riddler, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, Mr. Freeze, and ComicBook/TheJoker at the center.[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:255:With this many enemies, who needs friends?[[labelnote:Clockwise from top center]]Scarecrow, ComicBook/TwoFace, Poison Ivy, ComicBook/PoisonIvy, Penguin, The Riddler, ComicBook/TheRiddler, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, Mr. Freeze, and ComicBook/TheJoker at the center.[[/labelnote]]]]



It is also common for a hero's Rogues Gallery to have some kind of unifying [[ThematicRoguesGallery theme]] that either [[AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance reflects]] or contrasts with the personality, powers and/or origin of the hero himself. For example, most of Spider-Man's enemies gained their powers through scientific mishaps, and many use animal motifs in their names and costumes. Conversely, Franchise/{{Batman}}'s array of brightly-colored lunatics falls squarely into the "contrasts with" category, with a smattering of reflection given Franchise/{{Batman}}'s own borderline personality - but it's also composed mostly of {{Badass Normal}}s like Bats himself. If all or most of the villains in the Rogues Gallery are linked in this way, then you have a ThematicRoguesGallery.

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It is also common for a hero's Rogues Gallery to have some kind of unifying [[ThematicRoguesGallery theme]] {{them|aticRoguesGallery}}e that either [[AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance reflects]] or contrasts with the personality, powers and/or origin of the hero himself. For example, most of Spider-Man's enemies gained their powers through scientific mishaps, and many use animal motifs in their names and costumes. Conversely, Franchise/{{Batman}}'s array of brightly-colored lunatics falls squarely into the "contrasts with" category, with a smattering of reflection given Franchise/{{Batman}}'s own borderline personality - but it's also composed mostly of {{Badass Normal}}s like Bats himself. If all or most of the villains in the Rogues Gallery are linked in this way, then you have a ThematicRoguesGallery.



** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] Poison Ivy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] Penguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] The Riddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity is also Batman's mentor[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]

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** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] Poison Ivy,[[note]]a ComicBook/PoisonIvy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] Penguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] The Riddler,[[note]]a ComicBook/TheRiddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity is also Batman's mentor[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]



* Batman's former sidekick ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} has his own gallery, including villains that have plagued him from his days with Batman and the Titans: Blockbuster, Torque, the Tarantula, [[EvilKnockoff Nite-Wing]], Double Dare, Hellhound, Amygdala, Deathstroke, the Pierce Brothers... In a subversion, one of them is Shrike, an assassin Nightwing befriended while undercover receiving assassin's training. He thinks that he's Nightwing's worst foe; in reality, Nightwing doesn't even consider him a threat, on one occasion ignoring him and ''walking away'' while Shrike chased after him, trying (and failing) to hit him.

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* Batman's former sidekick ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} has his own gallery, including villains that have plagued him from his days with Batman and the Titans: Blockbuster, Torque, the Tarantula, [[EvilKnockoff Nite-Wing]], Double Dare, Hellhound, Amygdala, Deathstroke, ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}, the Pierce Brothers... In a subversion, one of them is Shrike, an assassin Nightwing befriended while undercover receiving assassin's training. He thinks that he's Nightwing's worst foe; in reality, Nightwing doesn't even consider him a threat, on one occasion ignoring him and ''walking away'' while Shrike chased after him, trying (and failing) to hit him.



* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' has her own gallery, including MadScientist and body-swapper Lesla-Lar, Kryptonian criminal Black Flame, sword-wielding Amazon Nightflame, Satan Girl (name shared by three vastly different enemies), reality-warper Nazi Blackstarr, super-powered Darkseid minion Powerboy, mass-murderer bounty-hunter ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}}'', Metallo expy and genocidal thug Reactron (who killed post-Crisis Supergirl's parents and blew New Krypton up), corrupt bussinessman Simon Tycho, SuperSoldier Reign and the remainder world-killers -biological super-weapons-, Kryptonian werewolf Lar-On, Cyborg-Superman, and many more.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' has her own gallery, including MadScientist and body-swapper Lesla-Lar, Kryptonian criminal Black Flame, sword-wielding Amazon Nightflame, Satan Girl (name shared by three vastly different enemies), reality-warper Nazi Blackstarr, super-powered Darkseid minion Powerboy, mass-murderer bounty-hunter ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}}'', Metallo expy and genocidal thug Reactron (who killed post-Crisis Supergirl's parents and blew New Krypton up), corrupt bussinessman businessman Simon Tycho, SuperSoldier Reign and the remainder world-killers -biological super-weapons-, Kryptonian werewolf Lar-On, Cyborg-Superman, and many more.



** His gallery [[Characters/SpidermanRoguesGallery includes]] [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn the Green Goblin]], [[LegacyCharacter Hobgoblin]], ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, Comicbook/{{Venom}}, [[PsychoElectro Electro]], [[MasterOfIllusion Mysterio]], [[DishingOutDirt Sandman]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Kraven the Hunter]], [[BadassGrandpa the Vulture]], [[AxCrazy Carnage]], [[JekyllAndHyde the Lizard]], [[DumbMuscle the Rhino]], [[DatingCatwoman Black]] [[PunchClockVillain Cat]], [[BewareMyStingerTail the Scorpion]], [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain the]] [[MakeMeWannaShout Shocker]], etc. Together with Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/{{Superman}}'s, it's considered probably the most well-known Rogues Gallery in all of comicdom.

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** His gallery [[Characters/SpidermanRoguesGallery includes]] [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn the Green Goblin]], [[LegacyCharacter Hobgoblin]], ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, Comicbook/{{Venom}}, [[PsychoElectro Electro]], [[MasterOfIllusion Mysterio]], [[DishingOutDirt Sandman]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Kraven the Hunter]], [[BadassGrandpa the Vulture]], [[AxCrazy Carnage]], ComicBook/{{Carnage}}, [[JekyllAndHyde the Lizard]], [[DumbMuscle the Rhino]], [[DatingCatwoman Black]] [[PunchClockVillain Cat]], ComicBook/BlackCat, [[BewareMyStingerTail the Scorpion]], [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain the]] [[MakeMeWannaShout Shocker]], etc. Together with Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/{{Superman}}'s, it's considered probably the most well-known Rogues Gallery in all of comicdom.



* ''ComicBook/TheFlash'', in his comic-book incarnation, has an impressively large Rogues Gallery the most recognizable of which include [[AnIcePerson Captain Cold]], the Trickster, Mirror Master, Captain Boomerang, Weather Wizard, the Shade, Gorilla Grodd, [[{{Pyromaniac}} Heat Wave]], the [[EvilCounterpart Reverse-Flashes]], etc. They were also marked being a really unambitious bunch, considering they all have some incredibly powerful tech and [[CutLexLuthorACheck the best use most can think of is simple robberies of local targets]]. It's implied that many are at ''least'' as unstable as Batman's. Most actually called themselves "The Rogues" and are [[AffablyEvil unusually social for supervillains]]. Gorilla Grodd, the original Reverse Flash, and Zoom are not members of and actually hate the Rogues (the feeling is mutual -- the fact that said three villains [[EvenEvilHasStandards are probably the most heinous of the Flash's foes]] is implied to play a large part in the mutual dislike). The Rogues, in turn, have shunned other members of the Flash's Rogues Gallery, such as Abra Kadabra and the Rainbow Raider/s, though they will tolerate them when something big comes up (like Captain Boomerang's funeral) or when their goals coincide.

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* ''ComicBook/TheFlash'', ''Franchise/TheFlash'', in his comic-book incarnation, has an impressively large Rogues Gallery the most recognizable of which include [[AnIcePerson Captain Cold]], the Trickster, Mirror Master, Captain Boomerang, Weather Wizard, the Shade, Gorilla Grodd, [[{{Pyromaniac}} Heat Wave]], the [[EvilCounterpart Reverse-Flashes]], etc. They were also marked being a really unambitious bunch, considering they all have some incredibly powerful tech and [[CutLexLuthorACheck the best use most can think of is simple robberies of local targets]]. It's implied that many are at ''least'' as unstable as Batman's. Most actually called themselves "The Rogues" and are [[AffablyEvil unusually social for supervillains]]. Gorilla Grodd, the original Reverse Flash, and Zoom are not members of and actually hate the Rogues (the feeling is mutual -- the fact that said three villains [[EvenEvilHasStandards are probably the most heinous of the Flash's foes]] is implied to play a large part in the mutual dislike). The Rogues, in turn, have shunned other members of the Flash's Rogues Gallery, such as Abra Kadabra and the Rainbow Raider/s, though they will tolerate them when something big comes up (like Captain Boomerang's funeral) or when their goals coincide.



* The ''Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'' Captain Marvel: the RoguesGallery includes [[MadScientist Dr. Sivana]] (and all four of his children), Mr. Mind, ComicBook/BlackAdam, Mr. Atom, Ibac the Invincible, Sabbac, Oggar, King Kull, the crocodile-gangsters of Planet Punkus, etc. Most (save Black Adam) haven't appeared much lately, but they tend to congregate as [[LegionOfDoom the Monster Society of Evil]].

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* The ''Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'' Captain Marvel: the RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery includes [[MadScientist Dr. Sivana]] (and all four of his children), Mr. Mind, ComicBook/BlackAdam, Mr. Atom, Ibac the Invincible, Sabbac, Oggar, King Kull, the crocodile-gangsters of Planet Punkus, etc. Most (save Black Adam) haven't appeared much lately, but they tend to congregate as [[LegionOfDoom the Monster Society of Evil]].



* The ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' [[Characters/XMenRoguesGallery have]] ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, [[VoluntaryShapeShifting Mystique]], [[EvilOverlord Apocalypse]], [[EvilutionaryBiologist Mr. Sinister]], [[SinisterMinister Reverend]] ([[TheMovie or Colonel]]) Stryker, [[DemonicPossession the Shadow King]], Black Tom Cassidy, [[ImmortalityImmorality Selene]], Sabretooth, TheJuggernaut, etc. X-Men being a book about a team, they've got even more groups as enemies: the Brotherhood of Mutants, the Hellfire Club, the Savage Land mutates, the original Hellions, the Acolytes, the Marauders, the Four Horsemen, the Sentinels, and on and on. Team names tend to get reused, and individual members get around a ''lot,'' nearly as much as with the X-Men themselves.
** Making things even more complicated, a few X-Men have their ''own'' Rogues galleries! {{Wolverine}} has everyone ever involved with the Weapon Plus project (Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, etc.), Jean Grey (thanks to being the incarnation of the Phoenix) is on the ''entire Shi'ar Empire's'' shit list, and Xavier himself has personal issues with Magneto, the Shadow King, Cassandra Nova, and Cain "Juggernaut" Marko. Cyclops and his brother Havok are of special interest to Mr. Sinister (who has up to THREE teams of PsychoForHire assassins!), Beast has to deal with his Age of Apocalypse EvilCounterpart Dark Beast, Banshee and Black Tom are cousins, and Colossus has a CainAndAbel dynamic with his brother Mikhael Rasputin. The X-Men have so many enemies it's a wonder how they keep track of them all. And while some of the above are currently dead, [[DeathIsCheap this is X-Men]], so they'll probably be back.

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* The ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' [[Characters/XMenRoguesGallery have]] ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, [[VoluntaryShapeShifting Mystique]], [[EvilOverlord Apocalypse]], ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, [[EvilutionaryBiologist Mr. Sinister]], [[SinisterMinister Reverend]] ([[TheMovie or Colonel]]) Stryker, [[DemonicPossession the Shadow King]], Black Tom Cassidy, [[ImmortalityImmorality Selene]], Sabretooth, TheJuggernaut, etc. X-Men being a book about a team, they've got even more groups as enemies: the Brotherhood of Mutants, the Hellfire Club, the Savage Land mutates, the original Hellions, the Acolytes, the Marauders, the Four Horsemen, the Sentinels, and on and on. Team names tend to get reused, and individual members get around a ''lot,'' nearly as much as with the X-Men themselves.
** Making things even more complicated, a few X-Men have their ''own'' Rogues galleries! {{Wolverine}} Franchise/{{Wolverine}} has everyone ever involved with the Weapon Plus project (Sabretooth, (ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}}, Lady Deathstrike, etc.), Jean Grey ComicBook/JeanGrey (thanks to being the incarnation of the Phoenix) is on the ''entire Shi'ar Empire's'' shit list, and Xavier himself has personal issues with Magneto, the Shadow King, Cassandra Nova, and Cain "Juggernaut" Marko. Cyclops ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} and his brother Havok are of special interest to Mr. Sinister (who has up to THREE teams of PsychoForHire assassins!), Beast has to deal with his Age of Apocalypse EvilCounterpart Dark Beast, Banshee and Black Tom are cousins, and Colossus has a CainAndAbel dynamic with his brother Mikhael Rasputin. The X-Men have so many enemies it's a wonder how they keep track of them all. And while some of the above are currently dead, [[DeathIsCheap this is X-Men]], so they'll probably be back.



* In addition to their individual enemies, the JusticeLeagueOfAmerica had a handful of villains that regularly fought them as a team: [[PowerCopying Amazo]], Despero, Starro the Conqueror, Kanjar Ro, Starbreaker, The Shaggy Man (later known as the General), The Queen Bee, and Prometheus, to name but a few.
** Two of the most famous villain teams are the Injustice League and the Secret Society of Supervillains.
* The ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica's Rogues Gallery is made up mostly of the surviving foes of their individual members from back in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, as well as said foes' {{legac|yCharacter}}ies and a few add-ons from more recent years. These include but are not limited to: Vandal Savage, the Wizard, and the Ultra-Humanite (more or less collectively the team's archfoes), plus Per Degaton, Wotan, Solomon Grundy, the Rival, the Tigress, Shiv, the Gentleman Ghost, Johnny Sorrow, Roulette, Icicle II, the Thinker, Killer Wasp, Rag Doll, and on-again-off-again AntiHero Black Adam.

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* In addition to their individual enemies, the JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica had a handful of villains that regularly fought them as a team: [[PowerCopying Amazo]], Despero, Starro the Conqueror, Kanjar Ro, Starbreaker, The Shaggy Man (later known as the General), The Queen Bee, and Prometheus, to name but a few.
**
few. Two of the most famous villain teams are the Injustice League and the Secret Society of Supervillains.
* The ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica's Rogues Gallery is made up mostly of the surviving foes of their individual members from back in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, as well as said foes' {{legac|yCharacter}}ies and a few add-ons from more recent years. These include but are not limited to: Vandal Savage, ComicBook/VandalSavage, the Wizard, and the Ultra-Humanite (more or less collectively the team's archfoes), plus Per Degaton, Wotan, Solomon Grundy, the Rival, the Tigress, Shiv, the Gentleman Ghost, Johnny Sorrow, Roulette, Icicle II, the Thinker, Killer Wasp, Rag Doll, and on-again-off-again AntiHero Black Adam.



* Likewise, ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' fought both the enemies of their individual members (such as Loki and The ComicBook/RedSkull) and their own collective enemies, including Ultron, Kang the Conqueror, Graviton, Count Nefaria, and the various incarnations of The Masters of Evil.
** They also have a tendency to "borrow" ComicBook/{{Magneto}} and Doctor Doom, presumably because the X-Men and the Fantastic Four can't be bothered on some days.
** [[VillainWithGoodPublicity The government-sanctioned]] ComicBook/DarkAvengers are The Masters of Evil in all but name. Former Masters of Evil member Moonstone is part of the team, and they're overseen by ComicBook/NormanOsborn's secret "Cabal" (consisting of Doctor Doom, Loki, and [[PsychoForHire The Hood]], with ComicBook/EmmaFrost and [[AntiHero Namor]] as [[TokenGoodTeammate Token Sympathetic and Likable Teammates]]).
* Comicbook/CaptainAmerica's gallery consists mostly of threats to the American way of life: Nazis (The ComicBook/RedSkull, both Barons Zemo), terrorist organizations ([[NebulousEvilOrganisation HYDRA]], [[FunWithAcronyms U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M.]]), internal threats (The Secret Empire, led by President Nixon), and The French (Batroc ze Lee-pair). That said, he's also battled more conventional supervillains like [[PlayingWithFire Solarr]], the [[ButtMonkey Porcupine]], the [[AxCrazy Animus]], and the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Serpent Society]]. The Captain has also repeatedly clashed with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Scorpion]], [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Mister]] [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Hyde]], and Marvel's version of the [[Comicbook/GhostRider Scarecrow]].

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* Likewise, ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' fought both the enemies of their individual members (such as Loki ComicBook/{{Loki}} and The ComicBook/RedSkull) and their own collective enemies, including Ultron, ComicBook/{{Ultron}}, Kang the Conqueror, Graviton, Count Nefaria, and the various incarnations of The Masters of Evil.
** They also have a tendency to "borrow" ComicBook/{{Magneto}} and Doctor Doom, ComicBook/DoctorDoom, presumably because the X-Men and the Fantastic Four can't be bothered on some days.
** [[VillainWithGoodPublicity The government-sanctioned]] ComicBook/DarkAvengers are The Masters of Evil in all but name. Former Masters of Evil member Moonstone is part of the team, and they're overseen by ComicBook/NormanOsborn's secret "Cabal" (consisting of Doctor Doom, Loki, ComicBook/DoctorDoom, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, and [[PsychoForHire The Hood]], ComicBook/TheHood, with ComicBook/EmmaFrost and [[AntiHero [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]] as [[TokenGoodTeammate Token Sympathetic and Likable Teammates]]).
* Comicbook/CaptainAmerica's gallery consists mostly of threats to the American way of life: Nazis (The ComicBook/RedSkull, both Barons Zemo), terrorist organizations ([[NebulousEvilOrganisation HYDRA]], (ComicBook/{{HYDRA}}, [[FunWithAcronyms U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M.]]), internal threats (The Secret Empire, led by President Nixon), and The French (Batroc ze Lee-pair). That said, he's also battled more conventional supervillains like [[PlayingWithFire Solarr]], the [[ButtMonkey Porcupine]], the [[AxCrazy Animus]], and the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Serpent Society]]. The Captain has also repeatedly clashed with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Scorpion]], [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Mister]] [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Hyde]], and Marvel's version of the [[Comicbook/GhostRider Scarecrow]].



* The ComicBook/TeenTitans have had Deathstroke, [[TheMole Terra]], Trigon, Brother Blood, [[CainAndAbel Blackfire]], Psimon, and occasionally the Brotherhood of Evil. More recent additions are Jericho and {{evil counterpart}}s like the Terror Titans and the Titans of Tomorrow.
** And [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the animated Titans]] had Slade, Brother Blood, the HIVE, the Brotherhood of Evil, Trigon, Blackfire ([[LighterAndSofter though many of these names are the same, the animated villains were often very different in terms of personality and motivation than their comic counterparts]]) and a wide variety of gag or {{Harmless Villain}}s.
* ''ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'' had a strange collection of original villains, including costumed criminals (8-Ball, the Chain Gang, Spectra, Psyko), [[CivvieSpandex uncostumed villains]] (Lullaby and the Bookworm), crazed government agents (the Office of Insufficient Evidence, the Thought Police), and supernatural demons (Mr. Jyn and Cobweb). In his short career, Sleepy also found time to mess with the villains of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} (Brotherhood of Evil Mutants), Franchise/SpiderMan (the Hobgoblin), and Comicbook/DoctorStrange (Nightmare).

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* The ComicBook/TeenTitans have had Deathstroke, ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}, [[TheMole Terra]], Trigon, Brother Blood, [[CainAndAbel Blackfire]], Psimon, and occasionally the Brotherhood of Evil. More recent additions are Jericho and {{evil counterpart}}s like the Terror Titans and the Titans of Tomorrow.
** And
Tomorrow. [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the The animated Titans]] had Slade, Brother Blood, the HIVE, the Brotherhood of Evil, Trigon, Blackfire ([[LighterAndSofter though many of these names are the same, the animated villains were often very different in terms of personality and motivation than their comic counterparts]]) and a wide variety of gag or {{Harmless Villain}}s.
* ''ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'' had a strange collection of original villains, including costumed criminals (8-Ball, the Chain Gang, Spectra, Psyko), [[CivvieSpandex uncostumed villains]] (Lullaby and the Bookworm), crazed government agents (the Office of Insufficient Evidence, the Thought Police), and supernatural demons (Mr. Jyn and Cobweb). In his short career, Sleepy also found time to mess with the villains of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Comicbook/XMen (Brotherhood of Evil Mutants), Franchise/SpiderMan (the Hobgoblin), and Comicbook/DoctorStrange (Nightmare).



* The Comicbook/FantasticFour have a rather wide-ranging gallery, from ComicBook/{{Galactus}} to Doctor Doom to The Red Ghost and his Super Apes, taking in [[PeoplePuppets Puppet Master]], [[EvilGenius Mad Thinker]], [[BeenThereShapedHistory Rama-Tut]], [[MoleMen Mole Man]], [[EvilSorceror Diablo]], [[VoluntaryShapeshifting the Skrulls]], [[HigherTechSpecies the Kree]], [[HarbingerOfImpendingDoom Terrax]], [[FlyingFirepower Wizard]] and [[EvilCounterpart the Frightful Four]]. It says something, however, that their "Oh, right, it's Tuesday again. And right in the middle of Andy Griffith" foes are most of the universe's "Anyone know a really, really interventionist deity?" foes. (Obviously, this does not apply to the Super Apes.)
** The FF have fought a number of heroes, some of whom debuted fighting the Four. These include [[Comicbook/SubMariner Namor]], Hulk, the ComicBook/BlackPanther, the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, and even Anime/CombattlerV.

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* The Comicbook/FantasticFour have a rather wide-ranging gallery, from ComicBook/{{Galactus}} to Doctor Doom to The Red Ghost and his Super Apes, taking in [[PeoplePuppets Puppet Master]], [[EvilGenius Mad Thinker]], [[BeenThereShapedHistory Rama-Tut]], [[MoleMen Mole Man]], [[EvilSorceror Diablo]], [[VoluntaryShapeshifting the Skrulls]], [[HigherTechSpecies the Kree]], [[HarbingerOfImpendingDoom Terrax]], [[FlyingFirepower Wizard]] and [[EvilCounterpart the Frightful Four]]. It says something, however, that their "Oh, right, it's Tuesday again. And right in the middle of Andy Griffith" foes are most of the universe's "Anyone know a really, really interventionist deity?" foes. (Obviously, this does not apply to the Super Apes.)
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) The FF have also fought a number of heroes, some of whom debuted fighting the Four. These include [[Comicbook/SubMariner Namor]], Hulk, the ComicBook/BlackPanther, the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, and even Anime/CombattlerV.



* Most of the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's enemies are other super-strong bruisers who can actually go a few rounds with the Big Green Machine without immediately getting turned into roadkill, like the [[EvilCounterpart Abomination]], Mister Hyde, Madman, the Glob, and the Wendigo. Not everyone fits the bill however, such as the Leader, a MadScientist and EvilGenius who has as much brains as the Hulk does brawn; the U-Foes, a collective EvilCounterpart to the Comicbook/FantasticFour with a similar origin and powers, although they never actually met the Four; [[EnergyBeings Zzzax]], a sentient electrical field; Mercy, a fragile-looking and wayward DarkMagicalGirl; the Gamma Corps, a collection of other gamma-mutated humans who serve the Leader; and Rock and Redeemer, one of whom is a sentient shapeshifting boulder and the other who wears a suit of deadly power armor. The Hulk has even battled a couple of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, like the Crawling Unknown (a giant, cancerlike growth that mutated out of control), and Sh'mballah, an {{Expy}} of {{Cthulhu|Mythos}} who tried to conquer the Earth, messed with the Hulk, [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and didn't live to regret it]]. The Hulk is also a popular choice for [[RoguesGalleryTransplant villains who fight someone besides their traditional enemies]], as he's tangled with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Sandman and the Rhino]] and [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Juggernaut]]. The Hulk is also one of the few Marvel characters who has other heroes in his rogues gallery, regularly slugging it out with Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Wolverine, and [[Comicbook/FantasticFour The Thing.]]

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* Most of the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's enemies are other super-strong bruisers who can actually go a few rounds with the Big Green Machine without immediately getting turned into roadkill, like the [[EvilCounterpart Abomination]], Mister Hyde, Madman, the Glob, and the Wendigo. Not everyone fits the bill however, such as the Leader, a MadScientist and EvilGenius who has as much brains as the Hulk does brawn; the U-Foes, a collective EvilCounterpart to the Comicbook/FantasticFour with a similar origin and powers, although they never actually met the Four; [[EnergyBeings Zzzax]], a sentient electrical field; Mercy, a fragile-looking and wayward DarkMagicalGirl; the Gamma Corps, a collection of other gamma-mutated humans who serve the Leader; and Rock and Redeemer, one of whom is a sentient shapeshifting boulder and the other who wears a suit of deadly power armor. The Hulk has even battled a couple of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, like the Crawling Unknown (a giant, cancerlike growth that mutated out of control), and Sh'mballah, an {{Expy}} of {{Cthulhu|Mythos}} who tried to conquer the Earth, messed with the Hulk, [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and didn't live to regret it]]. The Hulk is also a popular choice for [[RoguesGalleryTransplant villains who fight someone besides their traditional enemies]], as he's tangled with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Sandman and the Rhino]] and [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[Comicbook/XMen the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Juggernaut]]. The Hulk is also one of the few Marvel characters who has other heroes in his rogues gallery, regularly slugging it out with Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Wolverine, and [[Comicbook/FantasticFour The Thing.]]



* Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}, despite usually keeping to one area of New York City, has managed to rack up quite a Rogues Gallery, amongst them [[MagnificentBastard the Kingpin]], assassin for hire [[AxCrazy Bullseye]], on and off again girlfriend[=/=]Greek Goddess of Death ComicBook/{{Elektra}}, evil ninja cult [[ConservationOfNinjutsu the Hand]], and then there's [[DiabolicalMastermind Owl]], [[GeniusBruiser Bullet]], [[TheChewToy Stilt-Man]], [[ButtMonkey Turk]], [[SplitPersonality Typhoid Mary]], [[EvilAlbino Tombstone]], [[JekyllAndHyde Mister Hyde]], [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Mister Fear]], the [[TouchOfDeath Death-Stalker]], [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} the Gladiator]], the [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Eel]], and [[PsychoElectro Electro]] and [[MasterOfIllusion Mysterio]], who DD shares with Franchise/SpiderMan. Even AntiHero Comicbook/ThePunisher clashes with Daredevil often enough that the two show up in each other's series at least once on each run!
* Comicbook/TheMightyThor's rogues gallery is a strange mishmash of mythological villains and costumed criminals. Some of his enemies are derived from Myth/NorseMythology, like his [[ArchEnemy brother Loki]], and the fire giant Surtur, and those who hail from the worlds of myth but were created by Stan Lee like Ulik the rock troll, Amora the Enchantress, and Skurge the Executioner, but even in the early Stan Lee-scripted stories he fought mortal villains like the Wrecking Crew, the Absorbing Man, Mister Hyde, the Cobra, Radioactive Man, Zarrko, and the Grey Gargoyle.
* The original ''Comicbook/SpiderWoman'' developed a considerable rogues gallery of her own during her original 50-issue series in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including [[LukeIAmYourFather Viper]], the [[PsychopathicManchild Brothers Grimm]], the [[NightmareFuel Needle]], the [[PsychoForHire Flying Tiger]], [[EvilAlbino Nekra]], [[MadScientist Dr. Karl Malus]], the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hangman]], [[{{Stripperific}} Gypsy Moth]], the [[HalfHumanHybrid Human Fly]] (on loan from Spider-Man), Daddy Long Legs, [[ButtMonkey Turner D. Century]], the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Waxman]], and her ArchEnemy [[KingArthur Morgan Le Fey.]]
* Different incarnations of the Comicbook/GhostRider had their own rogues galleries, including both demonic villains like Mephisto, Deathwatch, Blackout, Hag & Troll, and Lilith, and more conventional costumed villains like the Orb, the Water Wizard, and Marvel's own version of the Scarecrow.

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* Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}, despite usually keeping to one area of New York City, has managed to rack up quite a Rogues Gallery, amongst them [[MagnificentBastard the Kingpin]], ComicBook/TheKingpin, assassin for hire [[AxCrazy Bullseye]], on and off again girlfriend[=/=]Greek Goddess of Death ComicBook/{{Elektra}}, evil ninja cult [[ConservationOfNinjutsu the Hand]], and then there's [[DiabolicalMastermind Owl]], [[GeniusBruiser Bullet]], [[TheChewToy Stilt-Man]], [[ButtMonkey Turk]], [[SplitPersonality Typhoid Mary]], [[EvilAlbino Tombstone]], [[JekyllAndHyde Mister Hyde]], [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Mister Fear]], the [[TouchOfDeath Death-Stalker]], [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} the Gladiator]], the [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Eel]], and [[PsychoElectro Electro]] and [[MasterOfIllusion Mysterio]], who DD shares with Franchise/SpiderMan. Even AntiHero Comicbook/ThePunisher clashes with Daredevil often enough that the two show up in each other's series at least once on each run!
* Comicbook/TheMightyThor's rogues gallery is a strange mishmash of mythological villains and costumed criminals. Some of his enemies are derived from Myth/NorseMythology, like his [[ArchEnemy brother Loki]], and the fire giant Surtur, and those who hail from the worlds of myth but were created by Stan Lee like Ulik the rock troll, Amora the Enchantress, ComicBook/TheEnchantress, and Skurge the Executioner, but even in the early Stan Lee-scripted stories he fought mortal villains like the Wrecking Crew, the Absorbing Man, Mister Hyde, the Cobra, Radioactive Man, Zarrko, and the Grey Gargoyle.
* The original ''Comicbook/SpiderWoman'' developed a considerable rogues gallery of her own during her original 50-issue series in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including [[LukeIAmYourFather Viper]], the [[PsychopathicManchild Brothers Grimm]], the [[NightmareFuel Needle]], the [[PsychoForHire Flying Tiger]], [[EvilAlbino Nekra]], [[MadScientist Dr. Karl Malus]], the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hangman]], [[{{Stripperific}} [[{{Stripperiffic}} Gypsy Moth]], the [[HalfHumanHybrid Human Fly]] (on loan from Spider-Man), Daddy Long Legs, [[ButtMonkey Turner D. Century]], the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Waxman]], and her ArchEnemy [[KingArthur Morgan Le Fey.]]
* Different incarnations of the Comicbook/GhostRider had their own rogues galleries, including both demonic villains like Mephisto, ComicBook/{{Mephisto}}, Deathwatch, Blackout, Hag & Troll, and Lilith, and more conventional costumed villains like the Orb, the Water Wizard, and Marvel's own version of the Scarecrow.



* Franchise/{{Tintin}} isn't a superhero, but he did have a series of recurring antagonists: [[ArchEnemy Roberto Rastapopulous]] (''[[Recap/TintinCigarsOfThePharaoh Cigars of the Pharaoh]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus The Blue Lotus]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheRedSeaSharks The Red Sea Sharks]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinFlight714 Flight 714]]''), [[FascistButInefficient Colonel Sponsz]](''[[Recap/TintinTheCalculusAffair The Calculus Affair]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTintinAndThePicaros Tintin and the Picaros]]'') Colonel Boris/Jorgen (''[[Recap/TintinKingOttokarsSceptre King Ottokar's Sceptre]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinDestinationMoon Destination Moon]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinExplorersOnTheMoon Explorers on the Moon]]''), [[TheDragon Allan]] (''Cigars of the Pharaoh'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws The Crab with the Golden Claws]]'', ''Flight 714''), [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Dr. Mueller]] (''[[Recap/TintinTheBlackIsland The Black Island]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Land of Black Gold]]'' minor in ''The Red Sea Sharks''), and [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized General Tapioca]] (''[[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar The Broken Ear]]'', ''Tintin and the Picaros'').
** Also to a minor extent Dawson (''The Blue Lotus'', ''The Red Sea Sharks'') and Sheik Bab El-Ehr (''Land of Black Gold'', ''The Red Sea Sharks'').

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* Franchise/{{Tintin}} isn't a superhero, but he did have a series of recurring antagonists: [[ArchEnemy Roberto Rastapopulous]] (''[[Recap/TintinCigarsOfThePharaoh Cigars of the Pharaoh]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus The Blue Lotus]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheRedSeaSharks The Red Sea Sharks]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinFlight714 Flight 714]]''), [[FascistButInefficient Colonel Sponsz]](''[[Recap/TintinTheCalculusAffair The Calculus Affair]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTintinAndThePicaros Tintin and the Picaros]]'') Colonel Boris/Jorgen (''[[Recap/TintinKingOttokarsSceptre King Ottokar's Sceptre]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinDestinationMoon Destination Moon]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinExplorersOnTheMoon Explorers on the Moon]]''), [[TheDragon Allan]] (''Cigars of the Pharaoh'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws The Crab with the Golden Claws]]'', ''Flight 714''), [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Dr. Mueller]] (''[[Recap/TintinTheBlackIsland The Black Island]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Land of Black Gold]]'' minor in ''The Red Sea Sharks''), and [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized General Tapioca]] (''[[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar The Broken Ear]]'', ''Tintin and the Picaros'').
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Picaros''). Also to a minor extent Dawson (''The Blue Lotus'', ''The Red Sea Sharks'') and Sheik Bab El-Ehr (''Land of Black Gold'', ''The Red Sea Sharks'').



** Knuckles has a RoguesGallery of his own, most of whom were introduced during his spinoff and later incorporated into the main series after the spinoff's cancellation. These include [[MadScientist Dimitri]] / [[PhysicalGod Enerjak]], [[OmnicidalManiac Finitevus]], [[ANaziByAnyOtherName the Dingo Regime]] (specifically when led by [[GeneralRipper Kage Von Stryker]]), and [[MachineWorship the Dark Legion]]. The Legion eventually joined forces with Eggman, so they can be considered part of Sonic's Rogues Gallery, too.
** ''Comicbook/SonicTheComic'' has its own RoguesGallery, now continued on by the fan-continuation ''Webcomic/SonicTheComicOnline''. [[AGodAmI Dr. Robotnik]], [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Super Sonic]], [[EvilKnockoff the Metallix]], [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]], Chaos, [[TheIgor Grimer]], Set, Megatox, Marxio Brothers, Trogg, Nutzan Bolt, Metamorphia, Nack the Weasel, Commander Brutus, [[BountyHunter Fleabyte the Bounty Hunter]], Max Gamble, Vermin the Cybernik, Doctor Robotnik Appreciation Tribe (D.R.A.T.), Colonel Percy Granite, Agent X/Shayde, Rouge the Bat, Vichama, Shadow The Hedgehog, The Family, Nightmare Creature, [[EvilKnockoff Neo Metallix]], Gizoid, etc.

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** Knuckles has a RoguesGallery one of his own, most of whom were introduced during his spinoff and later incorporated into the main series after the spinoff's cancellation. These include [[MadScientist Dimitri]] / [[PhysicalGod Enerjak]], [[OmnicidalManiac Finitevus]], [[ANaziByAnyOtherName the Dingo Regime]] (specifically when led by [[GeneralRipper Kage Von Stryker]]), and [[MachineWorship the Dark Legion]]. The Legion eventually joined forces with Eggman, so they can be considered part of Sonic's Rogues Gallery, too.
** ''Comicbook/SonicTheComic'' has its own RoguesGallery, Rogues Gallery, now continued on by the fan-continuation ''Webcomic/SonicTheComicOnline''. [[AGodAmI Dr. Robotnik]], [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Super Sonic]], [[EvilKnockoff the Metallix]], [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]], Chaos, [[TheIgor Grimer]], Set, Megatox, Marxio Brothers, Trogg, Nutzan Bolt, Metamorphia, Nack the Weasel, Commander Brutus, [[BountyHunter Fleabyte the Bounty Hunter]], Max Gamble, Vermin the Cybernik, Doctor Robotnik Appreciation Tribe (D.R.A.T.), Colonel Percy Granite, Agent X/Shayde, Rouge the Bat, Vichama, Shadow The Hedgehog, The Family, Nightmare Creature, [[EvilKnockoff Neo Metallix]], Gizoid, etc.



* DC's ''ComicBook/{{Firestorm}}'' has a Rogues Gallery that could be charitably described as... deficient. Not only are the vast majority laughably underpowered compared to the hero (who has to carry around an IdiotBall the size of a house for them to be any threat to him whatsoever), but they seem to made up mostly of perverts or offensive stereotypes. [[http://mightygodking.com/index.php/2008/03/11/there-is-lame-and-then-there-are-firestorm-villains/ This article]] covers several of the worst offenders.
** But at least there were both [[StrawFeminist Killer Frosts]], Typhoon, Brimstone, and Tokamak. None of whom were slouches in the power department.[[note]]The Killer Frosts are among the deadliest examples of [[AnIcePerson ice powers]] in fiction, Typhoon is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin basically a sentient typhoon in humanoid form]], Brimstone is an immensely powerful [[PlayingWithFire fire elemental]] created by [[ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} the Big Bad of the entire DC Universe]], and Tokamak [[EvilCounterpart has the same story-breaker powers as Firestorm]].[[/note]]

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* DC's ''ComicBook/{{Firestorm}}'' has a Rogues Gallery that could be charitably described as... deficient. Not only are the vast majority laughably underpowered compared to the hero (who has to carry around an IdiotBall the size of a house for them to be any threat to him whatsoever), but they seem to made up mostly of perverts or offensive stereotypes. [[http://mightygodking.com/index.php/2008/03/11/there-is-lame-and-then-there-are-firestorm-villains/ This article]] covers several of the worst offenders.
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offenders. But at least there were both [[StrawFeminist Killer Frosts]], Typhoon, Brimstone, and Tokamak. None of whom were slouches in the power department.[[note]]The Killer Frosts are among the deadliest examples of [[AnIcePerson ice powers]] in fiction, Typhoon is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin basically a sentient typhoon in humanoid form]], Brimstone is an immensely powerful [[PlayingWithFire fire elemental]] created by [[ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} the Big Bad of the entire DC Universe]], and Tokamak [[EvilCounterpart has the same story-breaker powers as Firestorm]].[[/note]]



* MickeyMouse faced many adversaries in the ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse, but his most notable enemies, aside from [[WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} Peg-Leg Pete]], include an AmoralAttorney named Sylvester Shyster, a stingy old man named Eli Squinch, a [[TerribleTrio trio]] of [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys simian]] [[MadScientist mad scientists]] named Professors Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex, and his ArchEnemy, the Phantom Blot.

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* MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse faced many adversaries in the ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse, but his most notable enemies, aside from [[WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} Peg-Leg Pete]], include an AmoralAttorney named Sylvester Shyster, a stingy old man named Eli Squinch, a [[TerribleTrio trio]] of [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys [[ManiacMonkeys simian]] [[MadScientist mad scientists]] {{mad scientist}}s named Professors Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex, and his ArchEnemy, the Phantom Blot.



* The ''ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist'' has a gallery of villains of his own, many of whom are martial artists like Iron Fist himself, to include the likes of [[EvilCounterpart Steel Serpent]], [[MindManipulation Zhou Chen]], [[MasterSwordsman Scimitar]], [[{{Cyborg}} Bushmaster]], [[EvilOldFolks Crane Mother]], [[ShockAndAwe El Aguila]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Ferocia]], [[BeastMaster Nightshade]], [[EnergyAbsorption Junzo Muto]], and [[EvilSorcerer Master Khan]]. He's also tangled with enemies who are usually mainstays in other heroes' rogues galleries, to include Batroc the Leaper and the Constrictor (both Captain America villains), the Wrecking Crew (Thor), and Bullseye (Daredevil). Interestingly, Sabretooth (who's best known as Wolverine's ArchEnemy) [[RoguesGalleryTransplant originally started out as an Iron Fist foe]], but back then he was portrayed as a human who wielded gloves with razor-claws; when he was shifted to being Wolverine's chief villain, he was retooled as a mutant with the claws being part of his bestial mutation.
* ComicBook/LukeCage has a number of foes who have similar origins to him (that is, born under poor circumstances and eventually taking up crime, though Cage himself reformed), and although many of them don't have superpowers, they make up for it by having some kind of physical superiority or high-powered weaponry. These include Cockroach Hamilton (wields [[{{BFG}} a six-barreled shotgun that pulls double-duty as a flame-thrower]]), Black Mariah (a 400-pound drug dealer with exceptional strength), Cornell Cottonmouth (an elderly drug kingpin and pimp with photographic memory), Hardcore (a mercenary with [[WolverineClaws medically-enhance nails capable of slashing through steel]]), and Piranha Jones (a crime boss with metallic jaws and teeth). Three other enemies of Cage's, Billy Bob Rackham, [[KnifeNut Willis Stryker]] and [[KillItWithFire Coldfire]], loom much more largely in his life, as Rackham was a prison guard whose attempt to kill Cage [[CreateYourOwnHero wound up giving him his powers]], Stryker was the one who framed Cage and sent him to prison in the first place, and Coldfire is [[CainAndAbel Cage's brother]] who hated him for his formerly criminal lifestyle.

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* The ''ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist'' has a gallery of villains of his own, many of whom are martial artists like Iron Fist himself, to include the likes of [[EvilCounterpart Steel Serpent]], [[MindManipulation Zhou Chen]], [[MasterSwordsman Scimitar]], [[{{Cyborg}} Bushmaster]], [[EvilOldFolks Crane Mother]], [[ShockAndAwe El Aguila]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Ferocia]], [[BeastMaster Nightshade]], [[EnergyAbsorption Junzo Muto]], and [[EvilSorcerer Master Khan]]. He's also tangled with enemies who are usually mainstays in other heroes' rogues galleries, to include Batroc the Leaper and the Constrictor (both Captain America villains), the Wrecking Crew (Thor), and Bullseye (Daredevil). Interestingly, Sabretooth ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}} (who's best known as Wolverine's ArchEnemy) [[RoguesGalleryTransplant originally started out as an Iron Fist foe]], but back then he was portrayed as a human who wielded gloves with razor-claws; when he was shifted to being Wolverine's chief villain, he was retooled as a mutant with the claws being part of his bestial mutation.
* ComicBook/LukeCage ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} has a number of foes who have similar origins to him (that is, born under poor circumstances and eventually taking up crime, though Cage himself reformed), and although many of them don't have superpowers, they make up for it by having some kind of physical superiority or high-powered weaponry. These include Cockroach Hamilton (wields [[{{BFG}} a six-barreled shotgun that pulls double-duty as a flame-thrower]]), Black Mariah (a 400-pound drug dealer with exceptional strength), Cornell Cottonmouth (an elderly drug kingpin and pimp with photographic memory), Hardcore (a mercenary with [[WolverineClaws medically-enhance nails capable of slashing through steel]]), and Piranha Jones (a crime boss with metallic jaws and teeth). Three other enemies of Cage's, Billy Bob Rackham, [[KnifeNut Willis Stryker]] and [[KillItWithFire Coldfire]], loom much more largely in his life, as Rackham was a prison guard whose attempt to kill Cage [[CreateYourOwnHero wound up giving him his powers]], Stryker was the one who framed Cage and sent him to prison in the first place, and Coldfire is [[CainAndAbel Cage's brother]] who hated him for his formerly criminal lifestyle.



* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and the rest of the Hawk-Family have had a number of enemies ranging from villainous fellow aliens and non-powered human criminals to meta-humans and even figures from ancient mythology, to include the likes of [[ShapeShifter Byth Rok]], [[VillainTeleportation Fadeaway Man]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Gentleman Ghost]], [[SuperIntelligence I.Q.]], [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Lion-Mane]], the Manhawks, Matter Master, the Monocle, Hummingbird, Count Viper, ComicBook/VandalSavage, and the [[LivingShadow Shadow-Thief]], who's also their ArchEnemy.

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* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and the rest of the Hawk-Family have had a number of enemies ranging from villainous fellow aliens and non-powered human criminals to meta-humans and even figures from ancient mythology, to include the likes of [[ShapeShifter [[ShapeShifting Byth Rok]], [[VillainTeleportation Fadeaway Man]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Gentleman Ghost]], [[SuperIntelligence I.Q.]], [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Lion-Mane]], the Manhawks, Matter Master, the Monocle, Hummingbird, Count Viper, ComicBook/VandalSavage, and the [[LivingShadow Shadow-Thief]], who's also their ArchEnemy.



** In ''Ghosts of the Past'', Voldemort (he makes his true villainous bow in chapter 2), Yelena Belova a.k.a. Black Widow II, General Lukin, [[spoiler: Doctor Nathaniel Essex a.k.a. Sinister]], [[spoiler: Dudley Dursley a.k.a. the Blob]], [[spoiler: Maddie Pryor.]]

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** In ''Ghosts of the Past'', Voldemort (he makes his true villainous bow in chapter 2), Yelena Belova a.k.a. Black Widow II, General Lukin, [[spoiler: Doctor Nathaniel Essex a.k.a. Sinister]], [[spoiler: Dudley Dursley a.k.a. the Blob]], [[spoiler: Maddie Pryor.]]Pryor]].



** There's also a non-superhero example within the main story itself. The list of antagonists who've shown up more than once (including appearances in the Gaiden chapters) and who have directly opposed Naruto in at least one of those appearances includes [[CopKiller Mizuki]], the TerribleTrio of Dosu, Zaku and Kin (all members of Mizuki's gang, but they've also acted on their own initiative), [[SocialDarwinist Rokusho Aoi]], the [[GangOfBullies Hall Monitors' Guild]], [[DeanBitterman Danzo]], [[{{Delinquents}} Suigetsu]], [[TheDreaded Yagura]] and his [[KnifeNut Blood Mist gang]], [[EvilOldFolks Mitokado Homura]], [[WhiteHairBlackHeart Kimimaro]], [[KnightTemplar Jiraiya]], [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Kira]], the [[CarnivalOfKillers Akatsuki group]], and [[ArchEnemy Gaara]] and the members of his [[TheSyndicate LOVE organization]] (to include his sister [[ColdSniper Temari]] and brother [[EvilGenius Kankuro]], and the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Council of the Dawn]]). Of this bunch, Suigetsu and Danzo are likely the least antagonistic, despite their actions against Naruto (Suigetsu's repeated pranks and physical provocations, Danzo's direct and indirect efforts to get Naruto thrown out of Konoha High), and both of them eventually cease to be seen as outright villains, with Suigetsu becoming a regular mainstay among Naruto's friends and Danzo proving himself to be a ReasonableAuthorityFigure [[WellIntentionedExtremist who just had his school's best interests at heart all along]]. Other villains, including [[SinisterScythe the Spiral Reaper]], [[ItsAllAboutMe Mangetsu]], [[InspectorJavert Chief Kaiza]], [[PunchClockVillain Chi and the Tiger Dragon gang]], [[GoodScarsEvilScars Furido Kazuma]], [[PsychoForHire Kakuyoku Fubuki]], [[TriggerHappy Shiore and the Hawks gang]], [[TheAggressiveDrugDealer Arashi and the Purple Storm gang]], and [[SerialKiller Utakata]] appear in the story, but most of them antagonize friends or associates of Naruto rather than Naruto himself (Spiral Reaper, Mangetsu, Kazuma, Fubuki, Shiore, Arashi), and the ones who do face Naruto either don't return outside of that specific arc (Kaiza, Utakata) or act more like [[FriendlyEnemy friendly enemies]] who don't really have it out for him (Chi and his gang).

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** There's also a non-superhero example within the main story itself. The list of antagonists who've shown up more than once (including appearances in the Gaiden chapters) and who have directly opposed Naruto in at least one of those appearances includes [[CopKiller Mizuki]], the TerribleTrio of Dosu, Zaku and Kin (all members of Mizuki's gang, but they've also acted on their own initiative), [[SocialDarwinist [[TheSocialDarwinist Rokusho Aoi]], the [[GangOfBullies Hall Monitors' Guild]], [[DeanBitterman Danzo]], [[{{Delinquents}} Suigetsu]], [[TheDreaded Yagura]] and his [[KnifeNut Blood Mist gang]], [[EvilOldFolks Mitokado Homura]], [[WhiteHairBlackHeart Kimimaro]], [[KnightTemplar Jiraiya]], [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Kira]], the [[CarnivalOfKillers Akatsuki group]], and [[ArchEnemy Gaara]] and the members of his [[TheSyndicate LOVE organization]] (to include his sister [[ColdSniper Temari]] and brother [[EvilGenius Kankuro]], and the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Council of the Dawn]]). Of this bunch, Suigetsu and Danzo are likely the least antagonistic, despite their actions against Naruto (Suigetsu's repeated pranks and physical provocations, Danzo's direct and indirect efforts to get Naruto thrown out of Konoha High), and both of them eventually cease to be seen as outright villains, with Suigetsu becoming a regular mainstay among Naruto's friends and Danzo proving himself to be a ReasonableAuthorityFigure [[WellIntentionedExtremist who just had his school's best interests at heart all along]]. Other villains, including [[SinisterScythe the Spiral Reaper]], [[ItsAllAboutMe Mangetsu]], [[InspectorJavert Chief Kaiza]], [[PunchClockVillain Chi and the Tiger Dragon gang]], [[GoodScarsEvilScars Furido Kazuma]], [[PsychoForHire Kakuyoku Fubuki]], [[TriggerHappy Shiore and the Hawks gang]], [[TheAggressiveDrugDealer Arashi and the Purple Storm gang]], and [[SerialKiller Utakata]] appear in the story, but most of them antagonize friends or associates of Naruto rather than Naruto himself (Spiral Reaper, Mangetsu, Kazuma, Fubuki, Shiore, Arashi), and the ones who do face Naruto either don't return outside of that specific arc (Kaiza, Utakata) or act more like [[FriendlyEnemy friendly enemies]] who don't really have it out for him (Chi and his gang).
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** DimeNovel hero Literature/NickCarter had quite an assortment of enemies: Dr Jack Quartz, his Arch-Enemy;Dazaar the Arch Fiend, mistress of disguise and master knife thrower;Scylla the Sea Robber, a female pirate with an all female crew; Baroness Latour; Zanoni the Woman Wizard; Praxatel of the Iron Arm, one of the first cyborgs;the gambler Dan Derrington; Burton Quintard, Nick's first recurring foe; Gaston Dupont, a student of Professor Quartz's; the six Dalney Brothers, each one stronger than even Nick himself, etc.

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** DimeNovel hero Literature/NickCarter had quite an assortment of enemies: Dr Jack Quartz, his Arch-Enemy;Dazaar the Arch Fiend, mistress of disguise and master knife thrower;Scylla thrower; Scylla the Sea Robber, a female pirate with an all female crew; Baroness Latour; Zanoni the Woman Wizard; Praxatel of the Iron Arm, one of the first cyborgs;the gambler Dan Derrington; Burton Quintard, Nick's first recurring foe; Gaston Dupont, a student of Professor Quartz's; the six Dalney Brothers, each one stronger than even Nick himself, etc.



* Despite it being a superhero novel, the concept is mentioned but mostly unseen in ''LegacyTheTaleOfTheAmericanEagle''; in American Eagle's hideout in an early chapter, a trophy wall is described and several names are dropped, but since he leaves the country immedaitely after for the majority of the book, details about them are left in the air [[spoiler:upon his return in the final chapter, two are shown; Arsenic (who wasn't mentioned in the tropy wall), and 9 Volt (who was). Both are dispatched quickly and without too much worry, implying that his adventures have made him grow beyond them.]]

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* Despite it being a superhero novel, the concept is mentioned but mostly unseen in ''LegacyTheTaleOfTheAmericanEagle''; in American Eagle's hideout in an early chapter, a trophy wall is described and several names are dropped, but since he leaves the country immedaitely immediately after for the majority of the book, details about them are left in the air [[spoiler:upon his return in the final chapter, two are shown; Arsenic (who wasn't mentioned in the tropy wall), and 9 Volt (who was). Both are dispatched quickly and without too much worry, implying that his adventures have made him grow beyond them.]]them]].



* ''Series/DoctorWho'', being a {{Long Runner|s}}, has accumulated dozens of foes over the decades. The real big name villains are [[AbsoluteXenophobe the Daleks]] and their creator [[OmnicidalManiac Davros]], [[EvilCounterpart the Master]], [[YouWillBeAssimilated the Cybermen]], and [[SociopathicSoldier the Sontarans]], along with a slew of less common recurring villains like [[EldritchAbomination the Great Intelligence]], [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy the Ice Warriors]], [[MurderousMannequin the Autons]] and [[ManchurianAgent Nestene replicants]], [[TheReptilians the Silurians]], [[FishPeople the Sea Devils]], [[AGodAmI Omega]], [[GreaterScopeVillain the Black Guardian]], [[MadScientist the Rani]], [[EnemyWithout the Valeyard]], [[LivingStatue the Weeping Angels]], [[FatBastard the Slitheen]], and [[ReligionOfEvil the Silence]]. Several of these races would form [[LegionOfDoom the Alliance]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens "The Pandorica Opens"]] to [[spoiler:save the Universe from the Doctor]].
** Creator/TheBBC has taken to dubbing the Doctor's RoguesGallery the "Carnival of Monsters", a name derived from the title of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E2CarnivalOfMonsters a serial]] in which, strangely, only one of them makes a cameo appearance.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'', being a {{Long Runner|s}}, has accumulated dozens of foes over the decades. The real big name villains are [[AbsoluteXenophobe the Daleks]] and their creator [[OmnicidalManiac Davros]], [[EvilCounterpart the Master]], [[YouWillBeAssimilated the Cybermen]], and [[SociopathicSoldier the Sontarans]], along with a slew of less common recurring villains like [[EldritchAbomination the Great Intelligence]], [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy the Ice Warriors]], [[MurderousMannequin the Autons]] and [[ManchurianAgent Nestene replicants]], [[TheReptilians the Silurians]], [[FishPeople the Sea Devils]], [[AGodAmI Omega]], [[GreaterScopeVillain the Black Guardian]], [[MadScientist the Rani]], [[EnemyWithout the Valeyard]], [[LivingStatue the Weeping Angels]], [[FatBastard the Slitheen]], and [[ReligionOfEvil the Silence]]. Several of these races would form [[LegionOfDoom the Alliance]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens "The Pandorica Opens"]] to [[spoiler:save the Universe from the Doctor]].
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Doctor]]. Creator/TheBBC has taken to dubbing the Doctor's RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery the "Carnival of Monsters", a name derived from the title of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E2CarnivalOfMonsters a serial]] in which, strangely, only one of them makes a cameo appearance.



* In ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', while most of the lesser villains are [[VillainOfTheWeek one-offs]] aside from the {{Big Bad}}s, there are a few who stick around and keep coming back to give Oliver Queen and Team Arrow trouble, including [[ColdSniper Deadshot]], [[TheAggressiveDrugDealer Count Vertigo]], [[ProfessionalKiller China White]], [[WolverineClaws Bronze Tiger]], [[StalkerWithACrush Cupid]], [[AnarchyIsChaos Anarky]], [[CorruptCop Lady Cop]], and [[FeelNoPain Derek Sampson]].
* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[TeleportersAndTransporters Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], and [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.

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* In ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', while most of the lesser villains are [[VillainOfTheWeek one-offs]] aside from the {{Big Bad}}s, there are a few who stick around and keep coming back to give Oliver Queen and Team Arrow trouble, including [[ColdSniper Deadshot]], ComicBook/{{Deadshot}}, [[TheAggressiveDrugDealer Count Vertigo]], [[ProfessionalKiller China White]], [[WolverineClaws Bronze Tiger]], [[StalkerWithACrush Cupid]], [[AnarchyIsChaos Anarky]], [[CorruptCop Lady Cop]], and [[FeelNoPain Derek Sampson]].
* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[TeleportersAndTransporters [[{{Teleportation}} Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], and [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.



* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' has been building up an impressive RoguesGallery in the midst of its [[WeHelpTheHelpless we-help-the-helpless]]-{{cyberpunk}}-[[SpyFiction spy-procedural]]: Carl Elias, an [[DiabolicalMastermind up-and-coming]] [[TheMafia Mafia don]]; Agent Snow, a [[TheSpook CIA assassin]]; Root, [[TheCracker a super-hacker]]; "HR", a cabal of [[DirtyCop cortupt cops]] inside the NYPD; Special Agent Donnelly, [[InspectorJavert who's in charge of an FBI manhunt]]; and the unnamed government department tasked with covering up the Machine's existence. Plus there's Zoe Morgan, who's more of a [[DatingCatwoman frienemy-with-benefits]]. Even more are introduced later on, with Reese's [[EvilMentor sadistic]] ex-partner Kara Stanton, [[KnightTemplar privacy terrorist]] Collier, Northern Lights, another group using the Machine, and its leaders: [[PragmaticVillainy Special Counsel]] and [[MyCountryRightOrWrong Control]], the leader of another gang called the Brotherhood, [[TheSociopath Dominic]], and, most dangerously of all, [[BiggerBad another AI]] called Samaritan and it's followers, with significantly less morals than the Machine. [[spoiler: Fortunantly, by the time Samaritan becomes a problem, Root has done a HeelFaceTurn, Elias is more an ally than an enemy, HR is destroyed, and Donnelly, Snow, Stanton, Special Counsel, and Collier are dead.]]

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' has been building up an impressive RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery in the midst of its [[WeHelpTheHelpless we-help-the-helpless]]-{{cyberpunk}}-[[SpyFiction spy-procedural]]: Carl Elias, an [[DiabolicalMastermind up-and-coming]] [[TheMafia Mafia don]]; Agent Snow, a [[TheSpook CIA assassin]]; Root, [[TheCracker a super-hacker]]; "HR", a cabal of [[DirtyCop cortupt cops]] inside the NYPD; Special Agent Donnelly, [[InspectorJavert who's in charge of an FBI manhunt]]; and the unnamed government department tasked with covering up the Machine's existence. Plus there's Zoe Morgan, who's more of a [[DatingCatwoman frienemy-with-benefits]]. Even more are introduced later on, with Reese's [[EvilMentor sadistic]] ex-partner Kara Stanton, [[KnightTemplar privacy terrorist]] Collier, Northern Lights, another group using the Machine, and its leaders: [[PragmaticVillainy Special Counsel]] and [[MyCountryRightOrWrong Control]], the leader of another gang called the Brotherhood, [[TheSociopath Dominic]], and, most dangerously of all, [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain another AI]] called Samaritan and it's followers, with significantly less morals than the Machine. [[spoiler: Fortunantly, Fortunately, by the time Samaritan becomes a problem, Root has done a HeelFaceTurn, Elias is more an ally than an enemy, HR is destroyed, and Donnelly, Snow, Stanton, Special Counsel, and Collier are dead.]]



* TV Tropes has begun acquiring its own Rogues Gallery of sorts, including the DataVampires, the hivemind behind DarthWiki, that "Q" hacker, TheWikiWitchOfTheWeb, {{troll}}s on the forums, {{Wiki Vandal}}s, Tropers/TheAdvertisementServer, (though it's more of a TokenEvilTeammate) and our SitcomArchNemesis, [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] (although [[UnknownRival he doesn't really seem to think]] that TV Tropes is worth much).

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* TV Tropes Wiki/TVTropes has begun acquiring its own Rogues Gallery of sorts, including the DataVampires, the hivemind behind DarthWiki, that "Q" hacker, TheWikiWitchOfTheWeb, DarthWiki/TheWikiWitchOfTheWeb, {{troll}}s on the forums, {{Wiki Vandal}}s, Tropers/TheAdvertisementServer, (though it's more of a TokenEvilTeammate) and our SitcomArchNemesis, [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] (although [[UnknownRival he doesn't really seem to think]] that TV Tropes is worth much).



* A comic strip in the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}}, entitled ''Pugad Baboy'' (translated: Pig's Nest), about a town of fat Filipinos features several long-story adventure arcs with its protagonist talking dog, Polgas (translated: "Flea"). Polgas has amassed a bit of a Rogues Gallery with recurring villains such as Atong Damuho, Col. Manyakis, and Sendong Langib. Read Wiki/TheOtherWiki for details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_villains_in_Pugad_Baboy

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* A comic strip in the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}}, entitled ''Pugad Baboy'' (translated: Pig's Nest), about a town of fat Filipinos features several long-story adventure arcs with its protagonist talking dog, Polgas (translated: "Flea"). Polgas has amassed a bit of a Rogues Gallery with recurring villains such as Atong Damuho, Col. Manyakis, and Sendong Langib. Read Wiki/TheOtherWiki [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] for details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_villains_in_Pugad_Baboy



* Sora of ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has what is likely one of the most epic instances of a RoguesGallery ever, consisting of almost every Characters/{{Disney Villain|s}}[[note]]excluding [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Clayton]], due to his world being retconed[[/note]], each of whom dominated entire movies: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]], [[Disney/AliceInWonderland The Queen of Hearts]], [[Disney/PeterPan Captain Hook]], [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Monstro]], [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursula]], [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]], [[Disney/TheLionKing Scar]], [[Disney/{{Hercules}} Hades]], [[Disney/{{Mulan}} Shan-Yu]], [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Captain Barbossa]], [[Film/{{Tron}} Sark, the MCP]], [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]], [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]], [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Claude Frollo]], [[Film/TronLegacy Clu]], and WesternAnimation/{{Pete}}. Organization XIII provides thirteen more flamboyant villains, and the distinction of Arch-nemesis goes to [[MagnificentBastard Xehanort]] ([[KudzuPlot though he's been split up into multiple characters]]).
** If we count all the villains that the protagonists opposed, then [[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Lady Tremaine, Drizella, Anastasia]] and [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs the Evil Queen]] are included to the above list. In fact, the only Disney villains not considered part of the gallery are [[Disney/LiloAndStitch Gantu]], as he's just [[PunchClockVillain doing his job]], and [[Film/TronLegacy Rinzler]], [[spoiler: since he's an old ally of Sora who's been reprogramed by Clu]].

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* Sora of ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has what is likely one of the most epic instances of a RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery ever, consisting of almost every Characters/{{Disney Villain|s}}[[note]]excluding Disney Villain[[note]]excluding [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Clayton]], due to his world being retconed[[/note]], each of whom dominated entire movies: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]], [[Disney/AliceInWonderland The Queen of Hearts]], [[Disney/PeterPan Captain Hook]], [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Monstro]], [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursula]], [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]], [[Disney/TheLionKing Scar]], [[Disney/{{Hercules}} Hades]], [[Disney/{{Mulan}} Shan-Yu]], [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Captain Barbossa]], [[Film/{{Tron}} Sark, the MCP]], [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]], [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]], [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Claude Frollo]], [[Film/TronLegacy Clu]], and WesternAnimation/{{Pete}}. Organization XIII provides thirteen more flamboyant villains, and the distinction of Arch-nemesis goes to [[MagnificentBastard Xehanort]] ([[KudzuPlot though he's been split up into multiple characters]]).
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characters]]). If we count all the villains that the protagonists opposed, then [[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Lady Tremaine, Drizella, Anastasia]] and [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs the Evil Queen]] are included to the above list. In fact, the only Disney villains not considered part of the gallery are [[Disney/LiloAndStitch Gantu]], as he's just [[PunchClockVillain doing his job]], and [[Film/TronLegacy Rinzler]], [[spoiler: since he's an old ally of Sora who's been reprogramed by Clu]].



* Franchise/CrashBandicoot has one himself in the form of [[ArchEnemy Neo Cortex]], [[{{Cyborg}} N. Gin]], [[TheBrute Tiny Tiger]], [[BombThrowingAnarchists Ripper Roo]], [[{{Pyromaniac}} Dingodile]], [[TimeMaster N. Tropy]], [[TheDon Pinstripe Potoroo]], [[LargeAndInCharge Papu Papu]], and [[EldritchAbomination Uka Uka]], plus a few others. ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'' actually [[RoguesGalleryShowcase showcases a bunch of them]] in a brief scene.
* VideoGame/EarthwormJim has a rogue's gallery in both the game and [[WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim cartoon continuities]], with some villains unique to each continuity. Villains present in both continuities are [[BigBad Queen Slug-for-a-Butt]], [[ArchEnemy Psy-Crow]], [[CatsAreMean Evil the Cat]], Bob the Killer Goldfish, and Professor Monkey-For-A-Head. Game-exclusive villains are Chuck and Fifi, Big Bruty, Major Mucus, Doctor Duodenum, Pedro Pupa, the Flamin' Yawn, Fatty Roswell and Earthworm Kim, while the most prominent cartoon-exclusive villain was Evil Jim (although he did make an appearance in the GameBoyColor ''EWJ'' game, making him a CanonImmigrant).

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* Franchise/CrashBandicoot has one himself in the form of [[ArchEnemy Neo Cortex]], [[{{Cyborg}} N. Gin]], [[TheBrute Tiny Tiger]], [[BombThrowingAnarchists [[MadBomber Ripper Roo]], [[{{Pyromaniac}} Dingodile]], [[TimeMaster N. Tropy]], [[TheDon Pinstripe Potoroo]], [[LargeAndInCharge Papu Papu]], and [[EldritchAbomination Uka Uka]], plus a few others. ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'' actually [[RoguesGalleryShowcase showcases a bunch of them]] in a brief scene.
* VideoGame/EarthwormJim has a rogue's gallery in both the game and [[WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim cartoon continuities]], with some villains unique to each continuity. Villains present in both continuities are [[BigBad Queen Slug-for-a-Butt]], [[ArchEnemy Psy-Crow]], [[CatsAreMean Evil the Cat]], Bob the Killer Goldfish, and Professor Monkey-For-A-Head. Game-exclusive villains are Chuck and Fifi, Big Bruty, Major Mucus, Doctor Duodenum, Pedro Pupa, the Flamin' Yawn, Fatty Roswell and Earthworm Kim, while the most prominent cartoon-exclusive villain was Evil Jim (although he did make an appearance in the GameBoyColor UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor ''EWJ'' game, making him a CanonImmigrant).



* ''VideoGame/ChampionsOnline'' actually allows the player to create his or her OWN RoguesGallery with the Nemesis game mechanic. Starting at level 25, the player creates a custom costumed supervillain with a basic powerset, chooses their minion types, and gives him one of three personality types. For quite a while longer, those minions will occasionally try to ambush the player, dropping "clues" which lead to anti-Nemesis minions. Eventually the Nemesis is defeated "for good", and the player can create a NEW Nemesis - or, if they prefer, can even reactivate a previous one. If a player sticks with a level-capped character long enough, (s)he can create a really significant gallery for himself / herself.

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* ''VideoGame/ChampionsOnline'' actually allows the player to create his or her OWN RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery with the Nemesis game mechanic. Starting at level 25, the player creates a custom costumed supervillain with a basic powerset, chooses their minion types, and gives him one of three personality types. For quite a while longer, those minions will occasionally try to ambush the player, dropping "clues" which lead to anti-Nemesis minions. Eventually the Nemesis is defeated "for good", and the player can create a NEW Nemesis - or, if they prefer, can even reactivate a previous one. If a player sticks with a level-capped character long enough, (s)he can create a really significant gallery for himself / herself.



* Each and every Franchise/CarmenSandiego game features a whole RoguesGallery of baddies, many of them with names that are {{Incredibly Lame Pun}}s.

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* Each and every Franchise/CarmenSandiego game features a whole RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery of baddies, many of them with names that are {{Incredibly Incredibly Lame Pun}}s.{{Pun}}s.



* ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' has a variety of recurring antagonists: [[HarmlessVillain King Dedede]], [[TheRival Meta]] [[WorthyOpponent Knight]], [[DemonicPossession Dark Matter]], and [[BloodyMurder 0]] are the main ones, but if you include recurring bosses and minibosses then it expands to include: [[WarmupBoss Whispy Woods]], [[ShockandAwe Kracko]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Bonkers]], [[DualBoss Lololo and Lalala]], [[BigCreepyCrawlies Bugzzy]], [[ArtInitiatesLife Paint]] {{Roller|bladeGood}}, [[MonsterisaMommy Dyna Blade]], [[SealedBadassinaCan Galacta Knight]], and more.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' Franchise/{{Kirby}} has a variety of recurring antagonists: [[HarmlessVillain King Dedede]], [[TheRival Meta]] [[WorthyOpponent Knight]], [[DemonicPossession Dark Matter]], and [[BloodyMurder 0]] are the main ones, but if you include recurring bosses and minibosses then it expands to include: [[WarmupBoss Whispy Woods]], [[ShockandAwe Kracko]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Bonkers]], [[DualBoss Lololo and Lalala]], [[BigCreepyCrawlies Bugzzy]], [[ArtInitiatesLife Paint]] {{Roller|bladeGood}}, [[MonsterisaMommy Dyna Blade]], [[SealedBadassinaCan Galacta Knight]], and more.



* ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' parodies this trope as all members of her RoguesGallery have names ending in 'ella. She even told one would-be nemesis whose first alias did ''not'' end in 'ella that she couldn't be in her Rogue's Gallery until she got with the program. (They also function as a support group.)

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* ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' parodies this trope as all members of her RoguesGallery Rogues Gallery have names ending in 'ella. She even told one would-be nemesis whose first alias did ''not'' end in 'ella that she couldn't be in her Rogue's Gallery until she got with the program. (They also function as a support group.)



** The Rogues Gallery for the titular Global Guardians (the setting's [[CaptainErsatz version]] of the {{Justice League|OfAmerica}}, include [[TimeAbyss Abyss]], [[OmnicidalManiac The Blood Red King]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Doctor Simian and Prime 8]], [[EldritchAbomination Dagon]], the radioactive Megaton, the Mujahedin, the Oppressor, Armageddon Girl, Nemesis, the Masters of Mayhem, Paragon, and the Warlord.

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** The Rogues Gallery for the titular Global Guardians (the setting's [[CaptainErsatz version]] of the {{Justice Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}}, include [[TimeAbyss Abyss]], [[OmnicidalManiac The Blood Red King]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Doctor Simian and Prime 8]], [[EldritchAbomination Dagon]], the radioactive Megaton, the Mujahedin, the Oppressor, Armageddon Girl, Nemesis, the Masters of Mayhem, Paragon, and the Warlord.



** [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara's]] getting quite a list as he's the desperate-to-be-a-hero guy of the site.[[note]]Thanks to Apollo, he's no longer alone as a hero, but Linkara is still the main protector.[[/note]] He's fought [[MadScientist Doctor Insano]], [[RobotMe Mechakara]], [[BigBadWannabe Dr. Linksano]], [[HumongousMecha Neutro]], [[DarkChick Dolorem]], [[DarkChick Judas]] [[EvilCounterpart Liz]], and [[BigBad Lord Vyce]]. And then there's [[BiggerBad The]] [[EldritchAbomination Entity]].

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** [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara's]] getting quite a list as he's the desperate-to-be-a-hero guy of the site.[[note]]Thanks to Apollo, he's no longer alone as a hero, but Linkara is still the main protector.[[/note]] He's fought [[MadScientist Doctor Insano]], [[RobotMe Mechakara]], [[BigBadWannabe Dr. Linksano]], [[HumongousMecha Neutro]], [[DarkChick Dolorem]], [[DarkChick Judas]] [[EvilCounterpart Liz]], and [[BigBad Lord Vyce]]. And then there's [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain The]] [[EldritchAbomination Entity]].



* The video {{crossover}} genre, ''WebOriginal/PoohsAdventures'' features ''tons'' of villains for Pooh and his friends to face, ranging from an alliance of Characters/DisneyVillains, to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's Family]]. There's even a group called the "Villain [[RougeAnglesOfSatin Leage]]". [[TheWikiRule Its wiki]] [[http://poohadventures.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Pooh%27s_Adventures_villains has a full list of the villains]].

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* The video {{crossover}} genre, ''WebOriginal/PoohsAdventures'' features ''tons'' of villains for Pooh and his friends to face, ranging from an alliance of Characters/DisneyVillains, Disney Villains, to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's Family]]. There's even a group called the "Villain [[RougeAnglesOfSatin Leage]]". [[TheWikiRule Its wiki]] [[http://poohadventures.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Pooh%27s_Adventures_villains has a full list of the villains]].



* For a show that was only on for a couple seasons ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' had a massive assortment of villains: [[EvilCounterpart [=NegaDuck=]]], [[PsychoElectro Megavolt]], [[PlantPerson Bushroot]], [[MakingASplash The Liquidator]], [[VillainousHarlequin Quackerjack]], [[TheDragon Steelbeak]], [[NeatFreak Ammonia Pine]], [[PrimaDonnaDirector Tuskernini,]] [[BeneathTheEarth Professor Moliarity]], [[MadArtist Splatter Phoenix]], [[RaginCajun Jambalaya Jake]], and [[MagnificentBastard Taurus Bulba]]. This is not even counting the villains that appeared once or made a HeelFaceTurn.
* The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', naturally, had several enemies they had to fight, most notably from the heroes' respective comic book Rogues Galleries, but also a number of one-shot villains and a few original characters created for the show. Among the most recognizable and most recurring foes the League had to fight: Lex Luthor, Vandal Savage, Morgan le Fay and her son Mordred, Solomon Grundy, Copperhead, Star Sapphire, Cheetah, the Shade, the Joker, Sinestro, Killer Frost, Gorilla Grodd, Dr. Destiny, Metallo, Toyman, Brainiac, Weather Wizard, Mongul, Shadow-thief, Roulette, and Darkseid and the forces of Apokolips. Many of these enemies usually worked in groups, often as members of the Injustice League or the Secret Society, and many of them later joined the wider ranks of the Legion of Doom.

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* For a show that was only on for a couple seasons ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' had a massive assortment of villains: [[EvilCounterpart [=NegaDuck=]]], NegaDuck]], [[PsychoElectro Megavolt]], [[PlantPerson Bushroot]], [[MakingASplash The Liquidator]], [[VillainousHarlequin Quackerjack]], [[TheDragon Steelbeak]], [[NeatFreak Ammonia Pine]], [[PrimaDonnaDirector Tuskernini,]] [[BeneathTheEarth Professor Moliarity]], [[MadArtist Splatter Phoenix]], [[RaginCajun Jambalaya Jake]], and [[MagnificentBastard Taurus Bulba]]. This is not even counting the villains that appeared once or made a HeelFaceTurn.
* The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse's ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', naturally, had several enemies they had to fight, most notably from the heroes' respective comic book Rogues Galleries, but also a number of one-shot villains and a few original characters created for the show. Among the most recognizable and most recurring foes the League had to fight: Lex Luthor, Vandal Savage, ComicBook/VandalSavage, Morgan le Fay and her son Mordred, Solomon Grundy, Copperhead, Star Sapphire, Cheetah, the Shade, the Joker, Sinestro, Killer Frost, Gorilla Grodd, Dr. Destiny, Metallo, Toyman, Brainiac, Weather Wizard, Mongul, Shadow-thief, Roulette, and Darkseid ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} and the forces of Apokolips. Many of these enemies usually worked in groups, often as members of the Injustice League or the Secret Society, and many of them later joined the wider ranks of the Legion of Doom.



* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' has [[ArchEnemy Dr. Drakken]], [[EvilCounterpart Shego]], [[ViolentGlaswegian Duff Killigan]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Lord Monkey Fist]], [[AffablyEvil Senor Senior, Sr.]] and his son [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Senor Senior, Jr.]], Camille Leon, Motor Ed, Professor Dementor, [=DNAmy=], and others. It's notable that only about three villains ever to appear on the show didn't return at least once. There's even a literal Rogues Gallery of {{wanted poster}}s taped to the inside of Kim's locker door.
** Some of them even teamed up at one point to beat Kim.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' has [[ArchEnemy Dr. Drakken]], [[EvilCounterpart Shego]], [[ViolentGlaswegian Duff Killigan]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys [[ManiacMonkeys Lord Monkey Fist]], [[AffablyEvil Senor Senior, Sr.]] and his son [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Senor Senior, Jr.]], Camille Leon, Motor Ed, Professor Dementor, [=DNAmy=], and others. It's notable that only about three villains ever to appear on the show didn't return at least once. There's even a literal Rogues Gallery of {{wanted poster}}s taped to the inside of Kim's locker door.
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door. Some of them even teamed up at one point to beat Kim.



** Currently, [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 the 2012 series]] yet again gives us Shredder and Baxter along with Karai and Rat King, but also has the Kraang (which are [[CompositeCharacter composite characters]]/[[{{Expy}} expies]] of Krang from the 80's series and the Utroms); new Foot clan mutant lackeys [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Dogpound and Fishface]] and mutants Snakeweed and Spider Bytez and the alien Newtralizer. Later, they brought back Bebop and Rocksteady, too.

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** Currently, [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 the 2012 series]] yet again gives us Shredder and Baxter along with Karai and Rat King, but also has the Kraang (which are [[CompositeCharacter composite characters]]/[[{{Expy}} expies]] {{composite character}}s/{{exp|y}}ies of Krang from the 80's series and the Utroms); new Foot clan mutant lackeys [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Dogpound and Fishface]] and mutants Snakeweed and Spider Bytez and the alien Newtralizer. Later, they brought back Bebop and Rocksteady, too.
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* ''Anyone'' in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' could be this, depending on who you were. Lots of guns and dynamite, [[NegativeContinuity not a lot of continuity]], and {{Screwy Squirrel}}s galore.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed'': The titular Loonatics face a variety of villains in their efforts to protect [[CityOfAdventure Acmetropolis]]; most (but not all), like the Loonatics themselves, are descendants of classic Looney Tunes characters, and many of them got their abilities courtesy of a meteor that struck Acmetropolis in the back-story. While a lot of the Loonatics' enemies show up as [[MonsterOftheWeek one-episode villains]], they do have recurring foes to include [[EvilOverlord Optimatus]], [[InstrumentOfMurder Rupes Oberon]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Vane]], [[DishingOutDirt Dr. Dare]], [[GalacticConqueror General Deuce]], [[GravityMaster Massive]], [[ExtraOreDinary Mastermind]], [[GadgeteerGenius Otto the Odd]], [[PowerParasite Drake Sypher]], and [[{{Cyborg}} Sylth Vester]].
* ''Anyone'' in the original ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' could be this, depending on who you were. Lots of guns and dynamite, [[NegativeContinuity not a lot of continuity]], and {{Screwy Squirrel}}s galore.
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** In ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', which is set after the ''X'' series, Zero faces several recurring enemies of his own, to include Copy X, Fairy Leviathan, Sage Harpuia, Fighting Fefnir, Hidden Phantom, Anubis Necromancess, the Rainbow Devil, Hanumachine, Blizzack Stagroff, and Dr. Weil.
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