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1st May '16 4:31:13 AM TheLeondude
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* [[BigBad Imaginee]] from WebAnimation/TheAutisticWorldOfTheAutist. Sometimes he's your average cartoony villain that [[CardCarryingVillain carries the cards everywhere he goes]], other times, he's [[NotSoHarmlessVillain much]] [[MindRape more]] [[ColdBloodedTorture vile]]. One time he [[spoiler:is revealed to keep superheroes he nearly killed on life support just to let them suffer]].
30th Apr '16 8:16:32 AM GoldenDarkness
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** The most common recurring villain, Dark Matter, is an EldritchAbomination who appears in a multitude of disturbing forms. These include the basic cycloptic dark ball with yellow dots on its back, or a cloaked knight appearing as the first form of ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand2''[='=]s TrueFinalBoss, Miracle Matter, a 20 sided die that appears as the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'', and Zero from ''VideoGameKirbysDreamLand3'', the boss of Dark Matter who cuts its own iris and bleeds as an attack, and later it rips its own iris out. It is reincarnated as 02 in ''VideoGame/{{Kirby 64|TheCrystalShards}}'' as the TrueFinalBoss, a creepy angel thing with a blood-dripping eye.

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** The most common recurring villain, Dark Matter, is an EldritchAbomination who appears in a multitude of disturbing forms. These include the basic cycloptic dark ball with yellow dots on its back, or a cloaked knight appearing as the first form of ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand2''[='=]s TrueFinalBoss, Miracle Matter, a 20 sided die that appears as the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'', and Zero from ''VideoGameKirbysDreamLand3'', ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3'', the boss of Dark Matter who cuts its own iris and bleeds as an attack, and later it rips its own iris out. It is reincarnated as 02 in ''VideoGame/{{Kirby 64|TheCrystalShards}}'' as the TrueFinalBoss, a creepy angel thing with a blood-dripping eye.
30th Apr '16 8:10:54 AM GoldenDarkness
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** The most common recurring villain, Dark Matter, is an EldritchAbomination who appears in a multitude of disturbing forms. These include the basic cycloptic dark ball with yellow dots on its back, or a cloaked knight appearing as the first form of ''Kirby Dream Land 2''[='=]s TrueFinalBoss, Miracle Matter, a 20 sided die that appears as the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'', and Zero from ''Kirby's Dream Land 3'', the boss of Dark Matter who cuts its own iris and bleeds as an attack, and later it rips its own iris out. It is reincarnated as 02 in ''VideoGame/{{Kirby 64|TheCrystalShards}}'' as the TrueFinalBoss, a creepy angel thing with a blood-dripping eye.

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** The most common recurring villain, Dark Matter, is an EldritchAbomination who appears in a multitude of disturbing forms. These include the basic cycloptic dark ball with yellow dots on its back, or a cloaked knight appearing as the first form of ''Kirby Dream Land 2''[='=]s ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand2''[='=]s TrueFinalBoss, Miracle Matter, a 20 sided die that appears as the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'', and Zero from ''Kirby's Dream Land 3'', ''VideoGameKirbysDreamLand3'', the boss of Dark Matter who cuts its own iris and bleeds as an attack, and later it rips its own iris out. It is reincarnated as 02 in ''VideoGame/{{Kirby 64|TheCrystalShards}}'' as the TrueFinalBoss, a creepy angel thing with a blood-dripping eye.



** In ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheRainbowCurse'', [[spoiler: The true big bad, Dark Crafter, is a paint-themed expy of Dark Matter, having possessed Elin's best friend Claycia to do his bidding. The plot is kicked off by him draining all of Popstar of its color through Claycia, only for Elin to escape and revive Kirby and Bandanna Waddle Dee to help her save both Popstar and her best friend.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheRainbowCurse'', [[spoiler: The the true big bad, Dark Crafter, is a paint-themed expy of Dark Matter, having possessed Elin's best friend Claycia to do his bidding. The plot is kicked off by him draining all of Popstar of its color through Claycia, only for Elin to escape and revive Kirby and Bandanna Waddle Dee to help her save both Popstar and her best friend.friend.
** Notably, the main villains of ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' isn't a supernatural force of evil, but a MegaCorp called the Haltmann Works Company, led by the CorruptCorporateExecutive Max Proffit Haltmann. Their goals is to mechanize Pop Star's inhabitants and to claim the planet's resources for their own. [[spoiler:However, their villainy is [[EvilerThanThou trumped]] by the company's super computer Star Dream, which goes rogue and seeks to [[OmnicidalManiac wipe out all organic life in the universe]].
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19th Apr '16 12:25:31 PM BobRiddle
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* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2'' has Lord Shen, an evil peacock tyrant who is bent on destroying kung fu with heavy artillery, terrorized many innocent pigs and bunnies with his army of wolves, and he almost pushed the entire panda species (which includes Po) to the point of extinction! All of this is enough to make Tai Lung, the snow leopard villain of the first ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' film look like a scaredy cat. When Shen's right hand and the leader of the wolves objects to him [[BadBoss opening fire on his own soldiers to get at the heroes]], Shen responds with a [[YouHaveFailedMe dagger]] [[BackStab to his back]], making it the first time in a [[Creator/DreamWorksAnimation DreamWorks]] movie a villain actually offs someone onscreen.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2'' has Lord Shen, an evil peacock tyrant who is bent on destroying kung fu with heavy artillery, terrorized many innocent pigs and bunnies with his army of wolves, and he almost pushed the entire panda species (which includes Po) to the point of extinction! All of this is enough to make Tai Lung, the snow leopard villain of the first ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' film look like a scaredy cat. When Shen's right hand and the leader of the wolves objects to him [[BadBoss opening fire on his own soldiers to get at the heroes]], Shen responds with a [[YouHaveFailedMe dagger]] [[BackStab to his back]], making it the first time in a [[Creator/DreamWorksAnimation DreamWorks]] movie a villain actually offs someone onscreen. And then there's [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3 Kai The Collector]]...
9th Apr '16 7:48:11 PM CyberTiger88
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSuperMysteryDungeon'' has the main villain who's responsible for [[TakenForGranite what's effectively murder]] [[HeroKiller of almost every Legendary Pokémon]], [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything right down to giving out written warnings to the public that they will turn Entei into stone]]. [[spoiler: Dark Matter also mind-controls the Player Character's foster dad Nuzleaf into adopting and feigning love towards them for its plans who then petrifies them and almost the rest of the Expedition Society. After that, Nuzleaf and Yveltal petrified almost everyone in the world before Dark Matter tries to throw the lifeless husk of a planet into the sun.]]
9th Apr '16 3:19:36 PM LancelotG
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* Lord Dominator from season 2 of ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' is, according to WordOfGod, deliberately this, evoking the storytelling conventions of more "serious," story-oriented animated shows such as ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''.
--> [[http://suspendersofdisbelief.tumblr.com/post/124634892706/on-the-subject-of-wandering-over-yonder What if Wander’s weird little galaxy was our weird little show?]] And what if Dominator represented all the extremely perilous, high-stakes, big mystery storytelling that some of our favorite shows have? Heck, she’s even forcing our silly Cartoon guys into a season long serialized arc! Does zany Cartoon silliness even have a right to exist in the face of unspeakable odds?
26th Mar '16 9:49:25 AM Wolfstix
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a ComingOfAgeStory where the main threats for the first season are the occasional mindless monster, and as much time is spent interacting with the wacky townspeople as it is fighting monsters. Even the show's first major threat, Lapis Lazuli, is [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds a confused and traumatized being]] who Steven is able to reason with and calm down. That all changes with the arrival of the first season's BigBadDuumvirate, [[spoiler:Jasper and Peridot. Peridot is a ruthless, businesslike PunchClockVillain who [[EstablishingCharacterMoment coldly crushed one of her own semi-sentient adorable robonoids under her boot simply because it's damaged]] and on her second introduction [[WouldHurtAChild tried to murder Steven in cold blood within about thirty seconds of meeting him]]. Jasper is a brutal militarized BloodKnight with an agenda and a ''history'' with [[BigGood Rose Quartz]] who [[WouldHurtAChild headbutts 10-year-old Steven unconscious, a move that probably would have killed him if he hadn't been half-Gem himself]], and who is both a CombatPragmatist and a NighInvulnerable ImplacableMan, a very bad combination for our heroes; between casually ordering the Crystal Gems blown to atoms, and then ''slicing Garnet in half'' in front of Steven's terrified eyes, she ably proves herself even more hostile and dangerous than even Peridot. Both of them work for the Homeworld regime; we learn in "Keeping it Together" that Homeworld has been conducting deeply sick, Mengele-esque experiments based on merging shards of fallen Crystal Gems in a twisted parody of fusion, in addition to engineering the Cluster, an enormous Lovecraftian zombie Gem-fusion that will destroy the Earth utterly when it "hatches". Peridot's behavior during and after her HeelFaceTurn puts non-Crystal Gem society into even worse context; she is utterly baffled by the way Steven and the Crystal Gems operate, at one point complaining that there hasn't been one instance of "correct behaviour" from them since she arrived, and every indication is that for all her casual violence, JustFollowingOrders based cruelties, and participation in not one but ''several'' atrocities, she's still just a scared little low-level tech, a cog in the Homeworld's massive galaxy-spanning planet-devouring authoritarian machine. A machine headed by the all-powerful Diamond matriarchs...]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a ComingOfAgeStory where the main threats for the first season are the occasional mindless monster, and as much time is spent interacting with the wacky townspeople as it is fighting monsters. Even the show's first major threat, Lapis Lazuli, is [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds a confused and traumatized being]] who Steven is able to reason with and calm down. That all changes with the arrival of the first season's BigBadDuumvirate, [[spoiler:Jasper and Peridot. Peridot is a ruthless, businesslike PunchClockVillain who [[EstablishingCharacterMoment coldly crushed one of her own semi-sentient adorable robonoids under her boot simply because it's damaged]] and on her second introduction [[WouldHurtAChild tried to murder Steven in cold blood within about thirty seconds of meeting him]]. Jasper is a brutal militarized BloodKnight with an agenda and a ''history'' with [[BigGood Rose Quartz]] who [[WouldHurtAChild headbutts 10-year-old Steven unconscious, a move that probably would have killed him if he hadn't been half-Gem himself]], and who is both a CombatPragmatist and a NighInvulnerable ImplacableMan, a very bad combination for our heroes; between casually ordering the Crystal Gems blown to atoms, and then ''slicing Garnet in half'' in front of Steven's terrified eyes, she ably proves herself even more hostile and dangerous than even Peridot. Both of them work for the Homeworld regime; we learn in "Keeping it Together" that Homeworld has been conducting deeply sick, Mengele-esque experiments based on merging shards of fallen Crystal Gems in a twisted parody of fusion, in addition to engineering the Cluster, an enormous Lovecraftian zombie Gem-fusion that will destroy the Earth utterly when it "hatches". Peridot's behavior during and after her HeelFaceTurn puts non-Crystal Gem society into even worse context; she is utterly baffled by the way Steven and the Crystal Gems operate, at one point complaining that there hasn't been one instance of "correct behaviour" from them since she arrived, and every indication is that for all her casual violence, JustFollowingOrders based cruelties, and participation in not one but ''several'' atrocities, she's still just a scared little low-level tech, a cog in the Homeworld's massive galaxy-spanning planet-devouring authoritarian machine. A machine headed by the all-powerful [[BiggerBad Diamond matriarchs...matriarchs]]...]]



** "The Answer" gives us a quick glimpse at [[spoiler: Blue Diamond, and it's not pretty. She is quietly [[YouHaveFailedMe furious at Sapphire for having incorrectly predicted the future]], but even worse is her reaction to Ruby accidentally fusing with Sapphire to try and save Sapphire from Pearl; Blue Diamond castigates Ruby, the lower class Gem, for daring to fuse with a noble member of her court, and then [[KilledOffForReal orders her to be]] [[AndIMustScream broken]] for the offense.]]

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** "The Answer" gives us a quick glimpse at [[spoiler: Blue Diamond, and it's not pretty. She While apparently more composed and elegant than Yellow Diamond, she is quietly no less casually cruel: she is [[YouHaveFailedMe furious at Sapphire for having incorrectly predicted a future where the future]], Rebels were defeated]], ignoring the fact that Ruby's unexpected intervention actually changed fate, but even worse is her reaction to Ruby accidentally fusing with Sapphire to try and save Sapphire from Pearl; Pearl, becoming Garnet for the first time; Blue Diamond castigates Ruby, the lower class "common" Gem, for daring to fuse with a noble member of her Blue Diamond's court, and then [[KilledOffForReal orders tells her to she will be]] [[AndIMustScream broken]] for the offense.offense. It takes [[UptownGirl Sapphire's]] rapid decision to abandon everything she's ever known to rescue Ruby from Blue Diamond's execution order.]]
25th Mar '16 10:08:41 PM Wolfstix
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a ComingOfAgeStory where the main threats for the first season are the occasional mindless monster, and as much time is spent interacting with the wacky townspeople as it is fighting monsters. Even the show's first major threat, Lapis Lazuli, is [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds a confused and traumatized being]] who Steven is able to reason with and calm down. That all changes with the arrival of the first season's BigBadDuumvirate, [[spoiler:Jasper and Peridot. Peridot is a ruthless, businesslike PunchClockVillain who [[EstablishingCharacterMoment coldly crushed one of her own semi-sentient adorable robonoids under her boot simply because it's damaged]] and on her second introduction [[WouldHurtAChild tried to murder Steven in cold blood within about thirty seconds of meeting him]]. Jasper is a brutal militarized BloodKnight with an agenda and a ''history'' with [[BigGood Rose Quartz]] who [[WouldHurtAChild headbutts 10-year-old Steven unconscious, a move that probably would have killed him if he hadn't been half-Gem himself]], and who is both a CombatPragmatist and a NighInvulnerable ImplacableMan, a very bad combination for our heroes; between casually ordering the Crystal Gems blown to atoms, and then ''slicing Garnet in half'' in front of Steven's terrified eyes, she ably proves herself even more hostile and dangerous than even Peridot. Both of them work for the Homeworld regime; we learn in "Keeping it Together" that Homeworld has been conducting deeply sick, Mengele-esque experiments based on merging shards of fallen Crystal Gems in a twisted parody of fusion, in addition to engineering the Cluster, an enormous Lovecraftian zombie Gem-fusion that will destroy the Earth utterly when it "hatches". Peridot's behavior during and after her HeelFaceTurn puts non-Crystal Gem society into even worse context; she is utterly baffled by the way Steven and the Crystal Gems operate, at one point complaining that there hasn't been one instance of "correct behaviour" from them since ]]
** As "Message Received" shows us, [[spoiler: she's much worse. She's shown to be an [[ItsAllAboutMe arrogant]], [[EvilIsPetty petty]] tyrant who demands that the earth, a planet with seemingly no significance in her ultimate plan, be destroyed seemingly [[ForTheEvulz just because]]. She displays a cold, callous attitude towards her underlings, and tries to kill Peridot by remotely detonating her communicator simply because Peridot [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu talked back to her and called her a clod]].]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a ComingOfAgeStory where the main threats for the first season are the occasional mindless monster, and as much time is spent interacting with the wacky townspeople as it is fighting monsters. Even the show's first major threat, Lapis Lazuli, is [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds a confused and traumatized being]] who Steven is able to reason with and calm down. That all changes with the arrival of the first season's BigBadDuumvirate, [[spoiler:Jasper and Peridot. Peridot is a ruthless, businesslike PunchClockVillain who [[EstablishingCharacterMoment coldly crushed one of her own semi-sentient adorable robonoids under her boot simply because it's damaged]] and on her second introduction [[WouldHurtAChild tried to murder Steven in cold blood within about thirty seconds of meeting him]]. Jasper is a brutal militarized BloodKnight with an agenda and a ''history'' with [[BigGood Rose Quartz]] who [[WouldHurtAChild headbutts 10-year-old Steven unconscious, a move that probably would have killed him if he hadn't been half-Gem himself]], and who is both a CombatPragmatist and a NighInvulnerable ImplacableMan, a very bad combination for our heroes; between casually ordering the Crystal Gems blown to atoms, and then ''slicing Garnet in half'' in front of Steven's terrified eyes, she ably proves herself even more hostile and dangerous than even Peridot. Both of them work for the Homeworld regime; we learn in "Keeping it Together" that Homeworld has been conducting deeply sick, Mengele-esque experiments based on merging shards of fallen Crystal Gems in a twisted parody of fusion, in addition to engineering the Cluster, an enormous Lovecraftian zombie Gem-fusion that will destroy the Earth utterly when it "hatches". Peridot's behavior during and after her HeelFaceTurn puts non-Crystal Gem society into even worse context; she is utterly baffled by the way Steven and the Crystal Gems operate, at one point complaining that there hasn't been one instance of "correct behaviour" from them since she arrived, and every indication is that for all her casual violence, JustFollowingOrders based cruelties, and participation in not one but ''several'' atrocities, she's still just a scared little low-level tech, a cog in the Homeworld's massive galaxy-spanning planet-devouring authoritarian machine. A machine headed by the all-powerful Diamond matriarchs...]]
** As "Message Received" shows us, [[spoiler: Yellow Diamond, Peridot and Jasper's Diamond, is far, far worse than either of them. Peridot talks about her as if she were a god, a perfect being who is flawlessly rational, but in person she's much worse. She's shown to be an [[ItsAllAboutMe arrogant]], [[EvilIsPetty petty]] tyrant who demands that the earth, a planet with seemingly no significance in her ultimate plan, be destroyed seemingly destroyed, [[ForTheEvulz just because]]. likely as revenge for Rose Quartz's successful rebellion against Homeworld's colonization]]. She displays a cold, callous attitude towards her underlings, inspires fear and flinching in her personal [[SlaveRace Pearl]], and tries to kill Peridot by remotely detonating her communicator simply because a furious, disillusioned Peridot [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu talked back to her and called her a clod]].]]
** "The Answer" gives us a quick glimpse at [[spoiler: Blue Diamond, and it's not pretty. She is quietly [[YouHaveFailedMe furious at Sapphire for having incorrectly predicted the future]], but even worse is her reaction to Ruby accidentally fusing with Sapphire to try and save Sapphire from Pearl; Blue Diamond castigates Ruby, the lower class Gem, for daring to fuse with a noble member of her court, and then [[KilledOffForReal orders her to be]] [[AndIMustScream broken]] for the offense.
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25th Mar '16 9:50:56 PM Wolfstix
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a ComingOfAgeStory where the main threats for the first season are the occasional mindless monster, and as much time is spent interacting with the wacky townspeople as it is fighting monsters. Even the show's first major threat, Lapis Lazuli, is [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds a confused and traumatized being]] who Steven is able to reason with and calm down. That all changes with the arrival of the first season's BigBadDuumvirate, [[spoiler:Jasper and Peridot. Peridot is a ruthless, businesslike PunchClockVillain whose plan will result in the destruction of Earth to create more Gems. Jasper is a cruel BloodKnight who shows absolutely no hesitance [[WouldHurtAChild to brutally beat the show's 10-year-old lead.]] And both of them work for the Homeworld regime, which we learn in "Keeping it Together" is curious about the results of deeply sick, Mengele-esque experiments based on merging shards of fallen Crystal Gems in a twisted parody of fusion. Lord only knows what Yellow Diamond might turn out to be like...]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a ComingOfAgeStory where the main threats for the first season are the occasional mindless monster, and as much time is spent interacting with the wacky townspeople as it is fighting monsters. Even the show's first major threat, Lapis Lazuli, is [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds a confused and traumatized being]] who Steven is able to reason with and calm down. That all changes with the arrival of the first season's BigBadDuumvirate, [[spoiler:Jasper and Peridot. Peridot is a ruthless, businesslike PunchClockVillain whose plan will result in the destruction of Earth to create more Gems. Jasper is a cruel BloodKnight who shows absolutely no hesitance [[EstablishingCharacterMoment coldly crushed one of her own semi-sentient adorable robonoids under her boot simply because it's damaged]] and on her second introduction [[WouldHurtAChild tried to brutally beat the show's murder Steven in cold blood within about thirty seconds of meeting him]]. Jasper is a brutal militarized BloodKnight with an agenda and a ''history'' with [[BigGood Rose Quartz]] who [[WouldHurtAChild headbutts 10-year-old lead.]] And Steven unconscious, a move that probably would have killed him if he hadn't been half-Gem himself]], and who is both a CombatPragmatist and a NighInvulnerable ImplacableMan, a very bad combination for our heroes; between casually ordering the Crystal Gems blown to atoms, and then ''slicing Garnet in half'' in front of Steven's terrified eyes, she ably proves herself even more hostile and dangerous than even Peridot. Both of them work for the Homeworld regime, which regime; we learn in "Keeping it Together" is curious about the results of that Homeworld has been conducting deeply sick, Mengele-esque experiments based on merging shards of fallen Crystal Gems in a twisted parody of fusion. Lord only knows what Yellow Diamond might turn out fusion, in addition to be like...engineering the Cluster, an enormous Lovecraftian zombie Gem-fusion that will destroy the Earth utterly when it "hatches". Peridot's behavior during and after her HeelFaceTurn puts non-Crystal Gem society into even worse context; she is utterly baffled by the way Steven and the Crystal Gems operate, at one point complaining that there hasn't been one instance of "correct behaviour" from them since ]]
12th Mar '16 11:25:32 AM nombretomado
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* Dark Heart from the second ''[[CareBears Care Bears]]'' movie is far creepier than he has any business being. A Lucifer-like corrupter who turns children into sadists that [[ThereAreNoAdults wreck a summer camp]]. He apparently is motivated only by evil, and captures the souls of the Care Bears in a giant ruby chandelier.

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* Dark Heart from the second ''[[CareBears Care Bears]]'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Care Bears|Movie II A New Generation}}'' movie is far creepier than he has any business being. A Lucifer-like corrupter who turns children into sadists that [[ThereAreNoAdults wreck a summer camp]]. He apparently is motivated only by evil, and captures the souls of the Care Bears in a giant ruby chandelier.
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