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** ''ComicBook/GodzillaTheHalfCenturyWar'': [[MadScientist Dr. Deverich]] is in the running for [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters worst human being]] in the franchise. Having abandoned the Anti-Megalosaur Force (AMF) when they refused to utilize his designs, Deverich [[ArmsDealer sells his psionic transmitters on the black market]], enabling terrorists to summon {{kaiju}} to any city they want. He levels Hanoi and much of Vietnam when he tests his first device on Godzilla and Anguirus in the sixties, obliterates the city of Accra, Ghana, when he arranges for every kaiju on Earth to arrive there as part of a demonstration to his customers in the seventies, and after perfecting his design in 1987, uses it to reach out into space and summon [[AliensAreBastards [=SpaceGodzilla=]]] to Bombay, annihilating it as well. Worse still, the transmitter (accidentally) calls [[AxeCrazy Gigan]] and [[CosmicHorror King Ghidorah]] to Earth as well, resulting in the near extinction of the human race in nineties and early [=2000=]s. With a criminal career spanning decades, and a death toll in the billions--millions of which were deliberate--Deverich outdoes every kaiju in the series when it comes to being a monster.

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** ''ComicBook/GodzillaTheHalfCenturyWar'': [[MadScientist Dr. Deverich]] is in the running for [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters worst human being]] in the franchise. Having abandoned the Anti-Megalosaur Force (AMF) when they refused to utilize his designs, Deverich [[ArmsDealer sells his psionic transmitters on the black market]], enabling terrorists to summon {{kaiju}} kaiju to any city they want. He levels Hanoi and much of Vietnam when he tests his first device on Godzilla and Anguirus in the sixties, obliterates the city of Accra, Ghana, when he arranges for every kaiju on Earth to arrive there as part of a demonstration to his customers in the seventies, and after perfecting his design in 1987, uses it to reach out into space and summon [[AliensAreBastards [=SpaceGodzilla=]]] [=SpaceGodzilla=] to Bombay, annihilating it as well. Worse still, the transmitter (accidentally) calls [[AxeCrazy Gigan]] Gigan and [[CosmicHorror King Ghidorah]] Ghidorah to Earth as well, resulting in the near extinction of the human race in nineties and early [=2000=]s. With a criminal career spanning decades, and a death toll in the billions--millions billions (millions of which were deliberate--Deverich deliberate), Deverich outdoes every kaiju in the series when it comes to being a monster.
3rd Dec '17 1:41:57 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Monster/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''



* ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'':
** ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage'':
*** [[EvilSorcerer Savanti Romero]], who would become one of the most powerful recurring foes the Turtles ever faced, started off as an assistant to Lord Simultaneous, a powerful wizard that controls the flow of time. Growing jealous of Simultaneous, Romero attempts to erase him from time. However, Simultaneous discovers Romero's treachery and transforms him into a goat demon before banishing him to 13th century Europe, where Romero takes over a village and makes it into his own fiefdom. Simultaneous's new assistant, Renet, accidentally teleports herself and the Turtles to Romero's village, where Romero manages to steals Simultaneous's time scepter from Renet. After the villagers rebel against Romero, Romero uses the scepter's power to create an [[ArmyOfTheDead army of the undead]] and orders them to slaughter the rebelling villagers. Simultaneous appears and banishes Romero to the Cretaceous period. Later, Romero appears, [[RevengeBeforeReason obsessed with revenge]], and lures Renet and the Turtles to the Cretaceous period. After defeating Renet and the Turtles, Romero reveals his new plan: To sacrifice Renet as part of a spell that will cause the comet that wipes out the dinosaurs to miss Earth, [[RetGone causing humanity to cease to exist]]. The Turtles defeat Romero and he seems to have died, but he was merely frozen in time and reemerges in 12th century Japan. There, Romero attempts to build a new empire and plans to wipe out any Japanese clans that oppose him, which wipes out their ancestors in the present. The Turtles travel to medieval Japan and defeat Romero again. After a long absence, Romero appears again, traveling to limbo and planning to use an artifact called the Aga-Moo-Tou to make himself into {{a god|AmI}} and [[InTheirOwnImage remake reality in his own image]].
*** [[VillainOfTheWeek Skonk]], from the September 1987 issue "Survivalists", is the leader of the [[RightWingMilitiaFanatic far-right militia]] known as the "[[FunWithAcronyms Committee to Rebuild American Patriotism]]". He felt that, because the UsefulNotes/ColdWar didn't result in a nuclear war and his militia would not be able to prove their survival skills after such a event, he would try to start a nuclear war by setting off a nuke at a critical military facility. He and his militia kidnap a nuclear physics student from the University of Massachusetts and force him to create a crude nuclear bomb. The student escapes and bumps into the Turtles, warning them of the danger. Skonk kills the student with his sniper rifle. Thinking the Turtles are just people in costumes, Skonk orders his militia to kill all of them, [[LeaveNoWitnesses not wanting there to be any witnesses to his plans]]. The Turtles easily defeat his militia underlings, so Skonk decides to return to his base and set off the nuke right away. When Splinter and Turtles try to reason with Skonk, saying he will kill countless people with his bomb, Skonk says he doesn't care, saying there are no innocents and everyone is guilty of allowing America to fall from greatness.
** ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'': Though this title, originally based on the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 first cartoon series]], started off as a more lighthearted series, that soon changed with the introduction of [[KnightOfCerebus Mr. Null]]. Mr. Null was introduced as an unseen [[CorruptCorporateExecutive tycoon]], who enslaved a remote South American tribe to work in some of his mines and tries to dump toxic waste into the ocean. However, we soon discover that Null is actually a demon and has sold the Earth to Queen Maligna and her hordes of insectoid aliens, who plan to destroy humanity and colonize Earth. After the Turtles and their allies the Mighty Mutanimals thwart this alien invasion, Null seeks revenge on them. Null takes control of the HorsemenOfTheApocalypse and captures the two groups. Null is planning to make the female members of the Mutanimals into his [[SexSlave harem]], while the others will be slowly electrocuted to death. Null plans to force Kid Terra, one of Null's former underlings who turned against him, into pulling the switch that electrocutes his enemies, wanting to torment his former employee. After this scheme is thwarted, Null later returns and hires some cyborg assassins, who manage to [[HeroKiller kill most of the Mutanimals]]. Null decides to torment Candy Fine, who the girlfriend of Mutanimal Mondo Gecko, by showing her [[MindRape images of the Mutanimals burning in hell]]. Null then mind-controls her and makes her into his slave. Null had the Mutanimals killed so he can continue what he started, trying to help Maligna [[KillAllHumans destroy the human race]]. When asked why he does what he does, he responds thusly:
---> Because death, destruction, these are my favorite things, the things I do best.
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* ''Doll & Creature'', by Rick Remender:
** Dr. Pyrus is a sociopath who seeks to TakeOverTheWorld by using the drug called [[PsychoSerum Gray Matter]]. Having exposed himself to the drug years ago, Pyrus brutally murdered his partner soon after, and began mass producing Gray Matter and leaking it into the Nether Providence, uncaring for the countless lives it takes. Gray Matter being highly addictive and turning those who take it into ravenous beasts called "Hydes," Pyrus plans expose all of humankind to the substance, then lord over the savage hordes as [[AGodAmI a god]]. To assist in his endeavors, Pyrus employs the extremist "Gipper," who utilizes child suicide bombers in his plans, and ultimately orders the heroine Doll be spared from death by his minions solely so as to rape her at a later time.
** The aforementioned unnamed fanatic taking the name of [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname the "Gipper"]] is a [[RightWingMilitiaFanatic Reagan-adoring extremist]] and current president of the GOP, avowed solely to forcing his idea of the "good old days" back onto a radically-changed America. Allying with Mr. Pyrus and helping him to distribute Grey Matter through the city, the Gipper spends his free time kidnapping children off the streets, lobotomizing them, and turning them into fanatically-loyal [[SuicideAttack suicide bombers]], [[WouldHurtAChild triggering their entire bodies to be horribly consumed in a burst of acid]] at his command. When he finally has Gristle in his grip, the Gipper reveals his intention to reduce all of Nether Providence's residents to horrible monsters through the Grey Matter before reintroducing religion to the city by means of having them worship him and his party, whilst keeping them hooked on Grey Matter for decades to come.
26th Nov '17 8:36:03 AM nombretomado
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* ''The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse'', by Michael Mendheim, Simon Bisley, et al.: [[TheHeavy Belarios]] is a demon sent to Earth by his master, {{Satan}} [[GreaterScopeVillain himself]]. Taking on the persona of a CorruptCorporateExecutive, Belarios leads the Nicolaitan {{cult}}, which, on Belarios's orders, kills many people while searching for the Seven Seals, which will release TheFourHorsemenOfTheApocalypse and Satan himself, resulting in HellOnEarth. Besides the dozens if not hundreds killed, and the millions if not billions who would be killed if his plan succeeded, Belarios is also [[TheCorrupter responsible for corrupting a US senator]]; the death of [[TheHero Adam Cahill]]'s wife; and [[WouldHurtAChild slashing Cahill's young daughter's face]], also planning to kill her, when he finds out she has the last Seal.

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* ''The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse'', by Michael Mendheim, Simon Bisley, et al.: [[TheHeavy Belarios]] is a demon sent to Earth by his master, {{Satan}} [[GreaterScopeVillain himself]]. himself. Taking on the persona of a CorruptCorporateExecutive, Belarios leads the Nicolaitan {{cult}}, cult, which, on Belarios's orders, kills many people while searching for the Seven Seals, which will release TheFourHorsemenOfTheApocalypse the Four HorsemenOfTheApocalypse and Satan himself, resulting in HellOnEarth. Besides the dozens if not hundreds killed, and the millions if not billions who would be killed if his plan succeeded, Belarios is also [[TheCorrupter responsible for corrupting a US senator]]; senator; the death of [[TheHero Adam Cahill]]'s Cahill's wife; and [[WouldHurtAChild slashing Cahill's young daughter's face]], face, also planning to kill her, when he finds out she has the last Seal.
26th Nov '17 8:33:55 AM nombretomado
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** [[MadScientist Slaven Kurjak]], from the first arc, ''VARGR'', seems to be a respected Serbian inventor, but in actuality is a former worker at [[POWCamp concentration camps]] during the [[TheYugoslavWars Kosovo War]]. Longing to replicate the series of [[TortureTechnician contained tortures and experiments]] on an unprecedented scale, Kurjak starts peddling a flesh-eating drug throughout Britain as a test pool, resulting in countless lives being agonizingly lost to the drug. Once ousted, Kurjak [[BadBoss slaughters the totality of his own staff]] and gloats to Bond as he leaves him to die in a decontamination chamber that his intention is to turn the entire world into a grand system of horrific torture and cruelty, where he and other like-minded {{sadist}}s can slake their thirst for hurting people with full impunity.

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** [[MadScientist Slaven Kurjak]], from the first arc, ''VARGR'', seems to be a respected Serbian inventor, but in actuality is a former worker at [[POWCamp concentration camps]] during the [[TheYugoslavWars [[UsefulNotes/TheYugoslavWars Kosovo War]]. Longing to replicate the series of [[TortureTechnician contained tortures and experiments]] on an unprecedented scale, Kurjak starts peddling a flesh-eating drug throughout Britain as a test pool, resulting in countless lives being agonizingly lost to the drug. Once ousted, Kurjak [[BadBoss slaughters the totality of his own staff]] and gloats to Bond as he leaves him to die in a decontamination chamber that his intention is to turn the entire world into a grand system of horrific torture and cruelty, where he and other like-minded {{sadist}}s can slake their thirst for hurting people with full impunity.
21st Nov '17 9:09:19 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Realm of the Damned: Tenebris Deos'' ("Dark Gods"), by Alec Worley & Pye Parr: [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Balaur Petrova]], otherwise known as The Dragon for his unique ability to [[BreathWeapon breathe fire]], was the most bloodthirsty vampire who ever lived. Sired somewhere in the Carpathians in the 15th century, Balaur was renowned for his constant warfare and orgies of murder across Europe, [[BloodKnight nothing giving him more joy than the weight of his sword, blood flowing through his hands]], and [[LovesTheSoundOfScreaming women screaming]] as he [[WouldHurtAChild burned their children]] before them. Whenever he got bored from the lulls between fighting, he [[TeamKiller massacred his allies]] instead. His vampire brethren eventually turned on him for his slaying of other vampires by sending [[CainAndAbel his sister Athena]] to destroy him. A part of Balaur survived, however, and was used to revive him by a group of cultists centuries later, [[EvilIsNotAToy most of whom]] he [[UngratefulBastard immediately slaughters]] before making the last one his slave. Desiring revenge on his sister and determining that [[OmnicidalManiac the world must burn]], he proceeds to track down all the other alpha monsters to take from them their powers by [[AndShowItToYou ripping out their hearts and eating them]]. After gathering all of them, he initiates the apocalypse by turning huge numbers of humans and vampires alike into mindless werewolves so they will slaughter everyone around them. Finally confronting Athena, he promises to rip off her skin so he can [[GenuineHumanHide clothe himself in it]], even letting her use her HealingFactor so he can kill her as many times as possible.
* ''ComicBook/{{Reborn}}'': [[BigBad Lord Golgotha]] is the evil, despotic ruler of the Dark Lands, and a steadfast opponent to the pure denizens of Adystria and all that is good. Having his forces scourge Adystria to kidnap their denizens, Golgotha horribly bleeds them out by the thousands to power a machine through which he intends to launch an attack on Earth to engage in a campaign of [[RapePillageAndBurn wholesale slaughter]] with his army of the worst of humanity reincarnated, reveling in the potential horrors that he and his forces will inflict on the world. When the chosen one [[TheHero Bonnie Black]] comes to fight him, Golgotha has her ex-husband kidnapped and his village decimated, and reveals that he was the sniper who murdered him and 27 others originally for fun, his only regret from his old life being that he didn't kill enough people.
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* ''Film/{{Aliens}}: Nightmare Asylum'', by Mark Verheiden: [[InsaneAdmiral General Thomas A. W. "Tommy" Spears]] is a ruthless military officer with [[AGodAmI delusions of godhood]] over human and Xenomorph alike. Having taken over a military outpost for himself, Spears arranges for mass breeding of Xenomorphs, handing an entire colony of defenseless people over to be horribly used as incubators for the Xenomorphs. To enable himself full control over the Xenomorphs, Spears routinely locks his own people in a cage with a Xenomorph, waits for it to slaughter the helpless human, then burns it alive in front of its mother, the Xenomorph Queen, instilling a fear of fire and Spears in the Queen. Spears ultimately leaves his entire battalion to die, revealing his true plans of using his tamed Xenomorph army to take back the Earth from other Xenomorphs, then lord over all as supreme. With a callous disregard for human life and a sick fascination with the Xenomorphs, even praising them for wiping out most of the "weak" humankind on Earth, Thomas Spears shows both Newt and Hicks that, sometimes, HumansAreTheRealMonsters.



* ''ComicBook/NocturnalsBlackPlanet'', by Dan Brereton: The sinister Mr. Fane was once a resident of the same blackened planet as Doc Horror before [[IFightForTheStrongestSide betraying his own planet]] to instead side with the parasitic Crim who take it over, attempting to seize Horror's teleporter technology for their uses. When Horror flees to Earth, Fane pursues and takes up a position at Nark K's Monster Shop, performing grotesque experimentation on the hybrids within and mutilating any who rise up. Enslaving people to the Crim's influence at his own whim, the "traitor-bureaucrat" stops at nothing in his rigorous attempt to tortuously slaughter Horror and everyone around him, including his young daughter, to prepare the way for Crim to invade and devour Earth.



* ''Realm of the Damned: Tenebris Deos'' ("Dark Gods"), by Alec Worley & Pye Parr: [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Balaur Petrova]], otherwise known as The Dragon for his unique ability to [[BreathWeapon breathe fire]], was the most bloodthirsty vampire who ever lived. Sired somewhere in the Carpathians in the 15th century, Balaur was renowned for his constant warfare and orgies of murder across Europe, [[BloodKnight nothing giving him more joy than the weight of his sword, blood flowing through his hands]], and [[LovesTheSoundOfScreaming women screaming]] as he [[WouldHurtAChild burned their children]] before them. Whenever he got bored from the lulls between fighting, he [[TeamKiller massacred his allies]] instead. His vampire brethren eventually turned on him for his slaying of other vampires by sending [[CainAndAbel his sister Athena]] to destroy him. A part of Balaur survived, however, and was used to revive him by a group of cultists centuries later, [[EvilIsNotAToy most of whom]] he [[UngratefulBastard immediately slaughters]] before making the last one his slave. Desiring revenge on his sister and determining that [[OmnicidalManiac the world must burn]], he proceeds to track down all the other alpha monsters to take from them their powers by [[AndShowItToYou ripping out their hearts and eating them]]. After gathering all of them, he initiates the apocalypse by turning huge numbers of humans and vampires alike into mindless werewolves so they will slaughter everyone around them. Finally confronting Athena, he promises to rip off her skin so he can [[GenuineHumanHide clothe himself in it]], even letting her use her HealingFactor so he can kill her as many times as possible.


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* ''ComicBook/SheenaQueenOfTheJungle: Dark Rising'', by Steven E. de Souza, Todd Livingston, et al.: [[ArcVillain Nazi Captain Heinrich Bronner]] is a cybernetic leftover from UsefulNotes/WorldWarII who went into hiding for centuries to prepare his new assault on the world, having [[TheDragon Lieutenant Ostheim]] act as a proxy in the real world and enslaving a nearby tribe for the purpose of forcibly breeding cannibalistic warriors out of them. Bronner viciously attempts to torture Sheena and her friends when they discover his operation, and Bronner eventually reveals his admit to destroy all the world's most major cities and establish a Fourth Reich over the ashes that remain, even coldly executing Ostheim for his weakness when he tries to propose extorting money from the cities instead.
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* ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' (Archie): [[AliensAreBastards Ra Moon]] in a [[AIIsACrapshoot sinister AI]] who crash-landed on Earth centuries ago with aspirations of control. Manipulating an ancient civilization into worshipping it--and even establishing [[HumanSacrifice bloody ritual sacrifice]] in its name-- Ra Moon eventually [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness tires of its slaves and decimates the entire civilization]] whilst sealing itself underground. Upon returning from dormancy in the present day and being found by Dr. Wily, Ra Moon placidly provides for Wily's conquests before betraying the doctor and revealing its intention to [[OmnicidalManiac scour the planet of both humans and robots alike]], unleashing a global {{EMP}} wave and causing [[BigBlackout worldwide catastrophe]]. Intending on powering up its wave to boil out the brains of any humans it hasn't already killed, Ra Moon's response to resistance is to turn Wily's own creation against him and order it to start maiming Dr. Wily before murdering him, and brainwashing every Robot Master that stands against it.

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* ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' (Archie): [[AliensAreBastards Ra Moon]] in is a [[AIIsACrapshoot sinister AI]] who crash-landed on Earth centuries ago with aspirations of control. Manipulating an ancient civilization into worshipping it--and even establishing [[HumanSacrifice bloody ritual sacrifice]] in its name-- Ra Moon eventually [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness tires of its slaves and decimates the entire civilization]] whilst sealing itself underground. Upon returning from dormancy in the present day and being found by Dr. Wily, Ra Moon placidly provides for Wily's conquests before betraying the doctor and revealing its intention to [[OmnicidalManiac scour the planet of both humans and robots alike]], unleashing a global {{EMP}} wave and causing [[BigBlackout worldwide catastrophe]]. Intending on powering up its wave to boil out the brains of any humans it hasn't already killed, Ra Moon's response to resistance is to turn Wily's own creation against him and order it to start maiming Dr. Wily before murdering him, and brainwashing every Robot Master that stands against it.
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* ''Colder'', by Paul Tobin & Juan Ferreyra: [[{{Sadist}} Nimble Jack]] is a cruel being who [[EmotionEater feeds on human minds]] and savors the flavors of madness most of all. Introducing himself by having the hero Declan Thomas grow "colder", lowering his temperature whenever he uses his own powers to cure madness, Nimble Jack regularly goes on to [[DrivenToMadness drive victims insane]] before devouring their minds and killing them. Centering in on Declan and his love interest, nurse Reece Talbot, Nimble Jack demonstrates his cruelty with massacres that increase in scope, constantly driving his victims insane. In one case, he throws a woman in front of a bus and then devours the minds of those on the bus, before [[WouldHurtAChild kidnapping children]] and driving one insane, before trying to kill the other in the end. A sadistic, remorseless predator, Nimble Jack stops at nothing to cultivate those with a "special" madness like a fine wine, all for a better meal.
* ''Control'', by Andy Diggle, Angela Cruickshank, et al.: [[BigBad Randolph Wolfe]] is the [[CorruptCorporateExecutive CEO]] of Wolfe Media, a media conglomerate that Wolfe personally uses to gain information on powerful people around the globe, {{blackmail}}ing these people to bend to his will and make himself more powerful. When one of Wolfe's hackers plans to turn him over to the authorities, Wolfe hires a sociopathic hitman to kill him and anyone else who may threaten his empire, leading to the deaths of more than half-a-dozen people over the course of just a few days; eliminating loose ends or those who outlive their usefulness in this manner is noted to be a regular occurence for Wolfe. Though at first seemingly just a corrupt man taking advantage of other rich inndividuals, Wolfe's true monstrosity comes into play near the end of the story, where it is revealed that he regular hosts "rape parties", events where he lures unsuspecting women, or simply rents them from trafficking organizations, to parties where he has his wealthy guests gang rape them to their hearts' content, secretly filming the entire ordeals to use as blackmail material. A corrupt [[TheSociopath sociopath]] whose {{greed}} dragged dozens of innocents into living nightmares and even death, Randolph Wolfe disgusted and repulsed everyone whom he interacted with, having no concern for anyone but [[ItsAllAboutMe himself and his personal power]].
* ''Dark Gods'' by Justin Jordan, German Erramouspe, et al.: The [[NoNameGiven unnamed]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive CEO]] is a [[ChaoticEvil chaos-loving sadist]] determined to unleash the [[SnakesAreSinister serpent god Tiamat]]. The CEO uses his social media company to subtly drive dozens of people insane across America, using them to commit various atrocities from mall shootings to burning themselves and others alive. The CEO, after [[BadBoss butchering dozens of his employees with demonic forces]], drives several members of the Storm insane and kills them. Even when captured and beaten, the CEO reveals he has arranged for Tiamat to be released onto the planet, and plans to enjoy the view as [[ChaosIsEvil she brings destruction and death across the planet]].

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* ''Colder'', ''ComicBook/{{Colder}}'', by Paul Tobin & Juan Ferreyra: [[{{Sadist}} Nimble Jack]] is a cruel being who [[EmotionEater feeds on human minds]] and savors the flavors of madness most of all. Introducing himself by having the hero Declan Thomas grow "colder", lowering his temperature whenever he uses his own powers to cure madness, Nimble Jack regularly goes on to [[DrivenToMadness drive victims insane]] before devouring their minds and killing them. Centering in on Declan and his love interest, nurse Reece Talbot, Nimble Jack demonstrates his cruelty with massacres that increase in scope, constantly driving his victims insane. In one case, he throws a woman in front of a bus and then devours the minds of those on the bus, before [[WouldHurtAChild kidnapping children]] and driving one insane, before trying to kill the other in the end. A sadistic, remorseless predator, Nimble Jack stops at nothing to cultivate those with a "special" madness like a fine wine, all for a better meal.
* ''Control'', ''ComicBook/{{Control}}'', by Andy Diggle, Angela Cruickshank, et al.: [[BigBad Randolph Wolfe]] is the [[CorruptCorporateExecutive CEO]] of Wolfe Media, a media conglomerate that Wolfe personally uses to gain information on powerful people around the globe, {{blackmail}}ing these people to bend to his will and make himself more powerful. When one of Wolfe's hackers plans to turn him over to the authorities, Wolfe hires a sociopathic hitman to kill him and anyone else who may threaten his empire, leading to the deaths of more than half-a-dozen people over the course of just a few days; eliminating loose ends or those who outlive their usefulness in this manner is noted to be a regular occurence for Wolfe. Though at first seemingly just a corrupt man taking advantage of other rich inndividuals, Wolfe's true monstrosity comes into play near the end of the story, where it is revealed that he regular hosts "rape parties", events where he lures unsuspecting women, or simply rents them from trafficking organizations, to parties where he has his wealthy guests gang rape them to their hearts' content, secretly filming the entire ordeals to use as blackmail material. A corrupt [[TheSociopath sociopath]] whose {{greed}} dragged dozens of innocents into living nightmares and even death, Randolph Wolfe disgusted and repulsed everyone whom he interacted with, having no concern for anyone but [[ItsAllAboutMe himself and his personal power]].
* ''Dark Gods'' ''ComicBook/CrawlToMe'', by Alan Robert: [[WouldHurtAChild "Uncle" Edgar Driscoll]] is a despicable child molester who kicks the entire tale off by kidnapping three children. Edgar then spends weeks torturing and raping the children, notably using [[ShearMenace scissors]] to cut into them and snip off the lone female's hair, calling her a "whore." When he fails to kidnap a fourth child to subject her to the same fate, Edgar proceeds to [[CopKiller gun down several police officers]] who approach him. Edgar's torment of the children was so traumatizing for them that they hid themselves away in a crawl space for weeks, slowly starving and [[DrivenToMadness going insane]], until finally one of them was killed in a psychotic frenzy by the other kids.
* ''ComicBook/DarkGods''
by Justin Jordan, German Erramouspe, et al.: The [[NoNameGiven unnamed]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive CEO]] is a [[ChaoticEvil chaos-loving sadist]] determined to unleash the [[SnakesAreSinister serpent god Tiamat]]. The CEO uses his social media company to subtly drive dozens of people insane across America, using them to commit various atrocities from mall shootings to burning themselves and others alive. The CEO, after [[BadBoss butchering dozens of his employees with demonic forces]], drives several members of the Storm insane and kills them. Even when captured and beaten, the CEO reveals he has arranged for Tiamat to be released onto the planet, and plans to enjoy the view as [[ChaosIsEvil she brings destruction and death across the planet]].


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* ''ComicBook/{{Doppelganger}}'', by Jordan Hart & Emmanuel Xerx Javier: The [[AntagonistTitle titular Doppelganger]] is an ancient entity who has [[ImmortalityImmorality kept himself alive for thousands of years]] by taking on the forms and identities of innocent people, then letting his magics destroy their bodies in 36 hours, leaving the Doppelganger to do what he will with their lives. Having thousands of victims over his years, the Doppelganger takes the form of his latest victim, hapless Dennis, and immediately ruins the life of the man's coworkers to improve his position. In the end, the Doppelganger plans to gleefully murder Dennis's wife and child for the insurance money on them, and callously murders any innocent people standing in his way in the process.
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* Monster/{{Buffyverse}}



* ''ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': [[AxCrazy Simone Doffler]], the BigBad of the Season 9 comic, initially started out as a rebellious slayer who didn't see the value of the lives of others and believes that Slayers are superior to normal people, and therefore [[TakeOverTheWorld should rule over them]]. In an attempt to soften her she was put under the watch of Andrew Wells, hoping to soften her; instead she goes rogue and steals a demon to use as a weapon and asks Buffy to turn over Andrew, who she wants to kill since [[DisproportionateRetribution he annoyed her]]. She also led a small but growing army of rogue slayers who set up base on a small island, where Simone [[UngratefulBastard beat up an old woman who gave them food and shelter]]. Simone's gang would later commit acts of terrorism, including raiding a military base and killing their general, relishing in the fearsome reputation it gave the slayers. Later Simone learned of the zompires, and plotted to find a way to become one and keep her mind intact, for the sole sake of killing Buffy, with which she has become obsessed. To experiment, she feeds her own followers to them. When she learns Buffy's sister Dawn is dying, she [[ManipulativeBastard manipulates their friend Xander]] with a chance to save her by finding the deeper well. Her true intention was to awaken the Old One, Maloker, so that he would sire her into a vampire.
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