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7th Jun '16 12:16:43 PM azraelfinalstar
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** BlackWarGreymon in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02 is pretty much unstoppable during his arc. Given its made clear early on in the previous series that even a whole group of Ultimate level Digimon can barely slow down a Mega level, this isn't surprising. The only reason the heroes aren't killed immediately is because he simply didn't care about them enough to attack them after they were beaten unconscious. Even the couple of times it seemed they had finally got an upper-hand over him, he immediately rose back up and curbstomped them.
6th Jun '16 4:45:57 AM DoctorTItanX
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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has two. First, one of the nastier villains, [[spoiler:Kars]], who became completely unstoppable after a while, shrugging off anything and everything, including patching the two weaknesses vampires like him usually have with some powers of his own. The only way they could get rid of him was to [[spoiler:toss him into an erupting volcano so it sent him into orbit]], and that [[AndIMustScream didn't even kill him]]. The other was a stand, Notorious B.I.G.. The owner went down like a punk, but the stand itself is death-triggered, and on top of that regenerated from all damage. So defeating the user wasn't an option, as he was already dead, and defeating the stand was impossible, as it simply regenerated from the damage and kept coming at the heroes. In the end, they dumped it into the ocean, and even then, the general area where it ended up became another Bermuda Triangle, as it occasionally ate a ship or two when it wasn't chasing down the waves.

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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has two. First, one of the nastier villains, [[spoiler:Kars]], who became completely unstoppable after a while, shrugging off anything and everything, including patching the two weaknesses vampires like him usually have with some powers of his own. The only way they could get rid of him was to [[spoiler:toss him into an erupting volcano so it sent him into orbit]], and that [[AndIMustScream didn't even kill him]]. The other was a stand, Stand, Notorious B.I.G.. The owner went down like a punk, but the stand Stand itself is death-triggered, and on top of that regenerated from all damage. So defeating the user wasn't an option, as he was already dead, and defeating the stand Stand was literally impossible, as it simply regenerated from the damage and kept coming at Giorno and the heroes.others. In the end, they dumped it into the ocean, and even then, the general area where it ended up became another Bermuda Triangle, as it occasionally ate a ship or two when it wasn't chasing down the waves.
4th Jun '16 11:20:16 AM MagnusForce
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* ''Series/UltramanMebius'' has the Emperor. To emphasize how unstoppable he is, the mere act of the Emperor ''landing'' [[StuffBlowingUp levels buildings around him]] [[IncendiaryExponent and sets others on fire]].

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* ''Series/UltramanMebius'' ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' actually plays with this. Most of the {{Kaiju}}, aliens, and villains are only meant to seem totally unstoppable, but with lots of effort, determination, and hope, they can be defeated, which fits the themes of the franchise. There are still plenty of straight examples though (They do get defeated eventually, of course).
** From the [[Series/{{Ultraman}} original series]], we have Antlar (who could only be harmed by the Blue Stone of Barraj), Gomora (the first monster defeat Ultraman, and also got his tail blown off yet still able to demolish Osaka Castle), and Zetton (who ''killed'' Ultraman and can create a force field capable of resisting all but the most powerful attacks). Red King was generally [[TheWorfEffect an aversion]] until ''Series/UltraGalaxyMegaMonsterBattle'', where he effortlessly defeated an arm cannon King Joe(see below)
** ''Series/UltraSeven'''s [[HumongousMecha King Joe]] was made from an alien metal making it incredibly hard to destroy. Later incarnations also added an arm cannon capable of killing lesser Kaiju in a single blast. The twin-headed Pandon was even worse.
** Black King from ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman'' was immensely strong and had skin so thick not even a Specium Ray could pierce his flesh.
** ''Series/UltramanTaro'' gives us Birdon and Tyrant. The former killed two Ultramen and had to be defeated by sealing it back inside the volcano it awoke from while the latter defeated ''five'' Ultramen in a row before finally succumbing. There was also the saurian robot Grand King, who took the combined power of 6 Ultramen to kill.
** ''Series/UltramanMax'' had IF. The former had CompleteImmortality and an AdaptativeAbility. Final villain Giga Basark was an aversion, despite being a robot standing nearly 400 meters tall! That was because Max was already weakened from earlier when defeated by it, but when he was all freshened up, Giga Basark was killed very quickly.
** ''Series/UltramanGaia''
has Zogu, who curbstomped Ultraman Gaia and Ultraman Agul and stood 127 meters tall! And that was only in its first form. The second form stood over 600 meters tall, making her the largest monster in the franchise's 50-year history.
** ''Series/UltramanMebius'''s BigBad was
the Emperor. To emphasize how unstoppable he is, the mere act of the Emperor ''landing'' [[StuffBlowingUp levels buildings around him]] [[IncendiaryExponent and sets others on fire]]. Likewise, we have U-Killersaurus from TheMovie, an 80 meter monster that took 4 Ultramen to seal away at the cost of draining so much power, they were forced to take human forms for 25 years. When it returned, it had grown 300 meters tall and it took the combined power of 7 Ultramen to kill it after a very lengthy battle. Then, there's the Imperializers, the Emperor's robot soldiers. They have HealingFactor up to [[FromASingleCell single cell regeneration]] and fire off massive blasts of [[MoreDakka firepower]].

** ''Franchise/UltramanZero'': The first BigBad, Ultraman Belial defeated virtually every Ultraman in the Land of Light and took on a OneWingedAngel by fusing with the spirits of ''every monster the Ultramen had fought up to that point''. He survived the total destruction of this form and took on another OneWingedAngel in the sequel. Hyper Zetton, a creation of [[OmnicidalManiac Alien Bat]], is like Zetton, except even more powerful.
** Greeza from ''Series/UltramanX''. Asides from utterly defeating Ultraman X and his companion Cyber-Gomora in their first battle, it also absorbed dozens of monsters to gain all their powers.
3rd Jun '16 1:01:23 AM Boggs
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* Arima from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' can ([[HeroKiller and does]]) [[OneManArmy mop the floor with just about everyone who goes up against him]]. He's basically known to everyone in the cast as a [[HopelessBossFight nigh-unstoppable killing machine]]/force of nature [[ImplacableMan who can casually dodge, parry, or shrug off everything anyone can throw at him.]] [[TheDreaded He terrifies everyone]], and only the most powerful ghoul recorded in history has managed to last seriously in a fight with him more than about thirty seconds.
16th May '16 1:12:30 AM DarkHunter
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* Cans from the Midnight Crew Intermission in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' is the biggest and strongest member of The Felt and, along with Clover (who is too lucky to be killed off conventionally) and Snowman (who can't be killed without taking the rest of the universe with her), is one of the few members of the gang that does not get killed by the Midnight Crew. [[ThereWasADoor He can easily plow through walls Kool-aid Man style]] at [[LightningBruiser lightning speed]]. Even worse, his time related power lets him literally punch people into next week or into a different ''calendar year''. The Midnight Crew are understandably reluctant to face him.

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Cans from the Midnight Crew Intermission in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' is the biggest and strongest member of The Felt and, along with Clover (who is too lucky to be killed off conventionally) and Snowman (who can't be killed without taking the rest of the universe with her), is one of the few members of the gang that does not get killed by the Midnight Crew. [[ThereWasADoor He can easily plow through walls Kool-aid Man style]] at [[LightningBruiser lightning speed]]. Even worse, his time related power lets him literally punch people into next week or into a different ''calendar year''. The Midnight Crew are understandably reluctant to face him.



** Cans is nothing compared to the BigBad himself, Lord English. He's explicitly stated to be nigh-indestructible and has so far shrugged off any attacks against him. [[spoiler: He single-handedly kills [[AuthorAvatar Andrew Hussie]] and later on we find out he can destroy immortal beings and spirits rendering them DeaderThanDead. That's right, he's so powerful he can kill ''ghosts'' and '''the writer himself'''. As of Act 6 the plot is transforming from trying to win Sburb to trying to find the one thing in the multiverse that can kill the bastard.]]

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** Cans is nothing compared to the BigBad himself, Lord English. He's explicitly stated to be nigh-indestructible and has so far shrugged off any attacks against him. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He single-handedly kills [[AuthorAvatar Andrew Hussie]] and later on we find out he can destroy immortal beings and spirits rendering them DeaderThanDead. That's right, he's so powerful he can kill ''ghosts'' and '''the writer himself'''. As of Act 6 the plot is transforming from trying to win Sburb to trying to find the one thing in the multiverse that can kill the bastard. For the final battle, the heroes rally an ''infinite'' army of God-tiered ghosts against him... for the purpose of ''slowing him down and distracting him'' long enough for them to use said one thing in the multiverse to kill him. At no point does anyone suggest that the infinite army has any chance of inflicting lasting harm on him.]]
11th May '16 10:58:00 AM erforce
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* In the second season premiere of ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', Cameron goes berserk and starts trying to kill John Connor, and proves next-to-impossible to stop, even with TheSlowWalk due to a damaged leg. Eventually, the only way she is defeated is when [[spoiler:John and Sarah crush her between two tractor trailers, and even ''then'' she's just pinned.]]

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* In the second season premiere of ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', Cameron goes berserk and starts trying to kill John Connor, and proves next-to-impossible to stop, even with TheSlowWalk due to a damaged leg. Eventually, the only way she is defeated is when [[spoiler:John and Sarah crush her between two tractor trailers, and even ''then'' she's just pinned.]]
26th Apr '16 1:54:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}'': Nothing can stop Shakara on his quest for revenge. He wipes out whole crowds and destroys alien ships with startling ease, when he's captured his head simply turns into a toothy maw to eat his interrogator's arm, a psychic alien's attempt to mind probe him causes the entire area to explode with the alien catatonic in the center, and to boot he can't even really be hurt because he's not actually corporeal, being the psychic energy of the dead Shakara encased in what is essentially PoweredArmor.
5th Apr '16 7:40:10 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Omega, an EnergyBeing created by ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' villain Brainiac-5 for the purpose of using the Miracle Machine to destroy the universe. (The Machine could only do what its user envisioned, and because Braniac-5 could not envision destruction o such a grandiose scale, he used it to create someone who could.) Nothing could even slow Omega down as it trekked towards the Miracle Machine; Mon-El (who is as strong as Superman) couldn't hurt him in the least, and when Wildfire unleashed all the anti-matter contained within him at once, it destroyed the Legion headquarters, but failed to so much as dent Omega. Solution: The Legion promised Braniac-5 he could use the universe in return for the location of the Machine, and when he agreed, had Matter Eater Lad destroy it by eating it, causing Omega to disappear. (As for the promise, they were smart enough to realize [[ILied they didn't have to keep it]], and had the villain locked up in an asylum.)
3rd Apr '16 12:29:57 AM MasterofGalaxies4628
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Compare and contrast FoeTossingCharge, the usually heroic version of this trope. Also compare the {{Determinator}}, who is powered by the sheer force of will. Compare ImplacableMan, which ''can'' be stopped, but only temporarily. This may create a sense of false security in the Implacable Man's quarry that does not exist when dealing with a Juggernaut.

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Compare and contrast FoeTossingCharge, the usually heroic version of this trope. Also compare the {{Determinator}}, who is powered by the sheer force of will. Compare ImplacableMan, which ''can'' be stopped, but only temporarily.temporarily, and will usually find ways to get past obstacles without simply plowing through them. This may create a sense of false security in the Implacable Man's quarry that does not exist when dealing with a Juggernaut.
2nd Apr '16 12:14:14 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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** According to [[moviebodycounts.com this website]], he has the most kills of any villain in a single film with 96!

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** According to [[moviebodycounts.[[http://moviebodycounts.com this website]], he has one of the most kills of any villain in a single film with 96!
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