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* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': The MadeForTVMovie ''WesternAnimation/TheUltimateEnemy'' has the BadFuture version of Danny Phantom, otherwise known as [[FutureMeScaresMe Dark Danny]] or [[EvilTwin Dan Phantom]], who was born of a fusion between the ghost halves of Danny and his nemesis, Vlad Masters. The first thing Dark Danny does upon his conception is brutally murder his human half, before embarking on a campaign of random destruction [[ForTheEvulz for his own amusement]]. In the future, Dark Danny has conquered the world and turned it into an [[AfterTheEnd apocalyptic wasteland]] in the process. Realizing that other parties have been meddling in the time stream, Dark Danny decides to personally ensure his rebirth by making sure the catalyst that caused his transformation happens. Since he was created following the deaths of everyone he loved, Dark Danny attempts to murder [[SelfMadeOrphan his parents]], [[CainAndAbel his sister]], and [[EtTuBrute his two best friends]]. Dark Danny stood out as being [[KnightOfCerebus one of the darkest and most chilling villains in the series]], even turning series BigBad Vlad Masters into TheAtoner for [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone his role in Dark Danny's creation]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': The MadeForTVMovie ''WesternAnimation/TheUltimateEnemy'' has ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom: WesternAnimation/TheUltimateEnemy'': [[EvilMeScaresMe Dark Danny]] [[note]]referred to as Dan Phantom in the BadFuture version [[UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance video game adaptation]][[/note]], the BigBad of this MadeForTVMovie, was [[FallenHero once the otherwise-noble]] [[UsedToBeASweetKid Danny Phantom, otherwise known as Phantom]] in his [[FutureMeScaresMe Dark Danny]] or [[EvilTwin Dan Phantom]], who timeline]]. He was born [[BloodbathVillainOrigin born]] of a fusion {{fusion|Dance}} between the ghost halves of Danny and his nemesis, ArchEnemy, Vlad Masters. The first thing Dark Danny does upon his conception is brutally murder his human half, before embarking on a campaign of random destruction [[ForTheEvulz for his own amusement]].amusement. In the future, Dark Danny has conquered the world and turned it into an [[AfterTheEnd apocalyptic wasteland]] in the process. Realizing that other parties have been meddling in the time stream, Dark Danny decides to personally ensure his rebirth by making sure the catalyst that caused his transformation happens. comes to pass. Since he was created following the deaths of everyone he loved, Dark Danny attempts to murder [[SelfMadeOrphan his parents]], [[CainAndAbel parents, his sister]], sister, and [[EtTuBrute his two best friends]]. friends. [[CardCarryingVillain Dark Danny stood out as being Danny]] [[KnightOfCerebus one of stood out]] as being [[VileVillainSaccharineShow the darkest and most chilling villains villain in the series]], even turning series BigBad Vlad Masters into TheAtoner for [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone his role in Dark Danny's creation]].





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* ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler: The Recobbled Cut'': [[BigBad Mighty One-Eye]], from the original workprint and this version of the film, is a brutal warlord who introduces himself in the aftermath of a complete massacre of an army he and his army have defeated, [[AtopAMountainOfCorpses forming a mountain of hundreds of corpses]] upon which One Eye announces his intent to bring the Golden City and all within to destruction. Regularly making a habit of abusing his personal harem and using them as living furniture, One Eye spitefully orders the treacherous wizard [[EvilChancellor Zigzag]] thrown to his pet alligators [[UngratefulBastard even after Zigzag provides him with the means to invade the Golden City]]. One Eye is implied to make a regular habit out of mass slaughter and seeks to annihilate the Golden City purely as a show of his [[BloodKnight bloodthirsty might]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/InvasionAmerica'': [[BigBad The Dragit]] is the military commander of Tyrosh and the EvilUncle of the emperor Cale-Oosha. When he makes an attempt to overthrow Cale, Cale manages to escape, ending up on earth where he fathers a son named David. Upon learning of them, the Dragit attempts to murder [[WouldHurtAChild the baby]] and his mother. Installing a secret base on the moon, the Dragit reveals his plan to use a weapon to have asteroids bombard America, causing countless deaths, until the country gives in whereupon the Dragit will continue the process with every nation on earth, killing millions [[TakeOverTheWorld until the human race gives in]]. When David is captured in the finale, the Dragit opts to personally attempt to murder his great-nephew, [[NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist his rhetoric about saving Tyrosh a front for his own cruelty and lust for power]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/RoswellConspiracies'': Many antagonists in this series are [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-intentioned]], [[GreyAndGrayMorality tinted in gray]], or otherwise redeem themselves. However, many are still irredeemably vile:
** The Aeseri twins, Odin and Loki, from "Devil Inside," are rampaging psychopaths released from the Alliance's maximum security containment unit to commit wanton havoc. Shooting down every Alliance operative that pursues them, Loki is captured and contents himself with playing [[MindRape sadistic mind games]] with [[BountyHunter Nick Logan]], utilizing illusions and later attacking his way through the Alliance to commandeer one of their airships. Odin, meanwhile, makes his way to Iceland, attacking a submarine and a town in Iceland before making his way into the mountains. Once the two reunite, they reveal their ultimate plan: release and control the Frost Giant and cause an apocalyptic Ragnarok for no other reason than [[ForTheEvulz to thrill themselves]], with Loki gleefully stating he can't wait until the two reach a populated city.
** [[EvilOverlord Lord Hanek]] is the vampiric leader of [[TheSyndicate Intracom]], a powerful family of vampires disguised as a worldwide organization. Hanek is behind several of Intracom's malevolent affairs, such as burning down vast sections of the rainforest to biting and turning several innocent people into vampoid slaves. Hanek demonstrates his vileness by attempting to have the Tree of Light destroyed, which would in the process completely wipe out the Banshee Sisterhood, and turns an innocent woman into his vampoid concubine to hurt one of the Alliance's agents. Hanek truly comes into his own in his last appearance in season 2's "Showdown": to power his teleporter technology, Hanek attempts to utilize the Banshee as [[HumanResources living generators]], in the process tortuously draining the life from them and eventually killing them. Hanek endangers the life of main character Nick Logan to lure Sh'lainn and the Sisterhood into his clutches, tricks the escaped Minotauri Kahn Mort into downing a helicopter filled with his own men into a hospital, and finally forces Nick into a SadisticChoice involving the lives of Sh'lainn and his stepfather Nathan. Always possessed of a callous sophistication in whatever situation he's in, Hanek stands miles above the other major alien antagonists in terms of depravity.
** The Shadoen agent Wraith is the BigBad of the series and the one behind most of the plot. Stationed in Earth back in 1946 to divide the alien races and allow the Shadoen to invade and conquer the planet, Wraith immediately murders [[spoiler:the real James Rinaker and assumes his identity, bombing a Conduit safehouse and killing several innocent aliens to pin the blame on the Alliance's co-leader Walter Logan]], later trapping Walter himself in eternal stasis to take over the Alliance. As [[spoiler:Rinaker, Wraith traps hundreds of innocent aliens in the Alliance's prison and has little compunction in arranging torture, bombings, and heavily destructive missions with little care as to who or what gets caught in the way, whilst simultaneously sabotaging several of the Alliance's missions and endangering several more lives]]. Wraith attempts to {{frame|Up}} Nick as the traitor in the Alliance, and once [[spoiler:ousted as a Shadoen agent]], Wraith coldly murders [[spoiler:Ms. Smith-Heisen once she discovers the truth]]. Shortly after, Wraith sics Shadoen-fire ant hybrids to kill whatever gets in their way, and rigs the entire Alliance bunker to explode and take out half of New Mexico to cover his tracks, before brutally killing [[spoiler:Trueblood]] and rejoining the Shadoen fleet. Still unsatisfied with how he's being treated, Wraith [[TheStarscream tricks the Shadoen high command into being nuked by the human army]] and spearheads the invasion himself, ultimately resolving to destroy the moon and kill off most of humanity to conquer what remains, with his only stated regret being the loss of "breeding stock" this will incur. A traitorous, manipulative sociopath even by the standards of the world-destroying Shadoen, Wraith is one of the nastiest aliens to ever grace the series.



** [[BigBad Ch'rell]] from ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' and the [[MadeForTVMovie movie]] ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'' was an [[StarfishAliens Utrom]] criminal who was imprisoned by his people (who are generally peaceful) for his various crimes that we find out [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S3E26ExodusPart2 resulted in the deaths of millions of innocent beings]]. Ch'rell managed to force the transport ship he was being carried on to crash on Earth. Ch'rell escaped and [[MobileSuitHuman took the guise]] of an Japanese crime boss named [[IHaveManyNames Oroku Saki, better known as the Shredder]]. Shredder wanted revenge on his people and went to great lengths to find the Utroms still marooned on Earth.
*** In the 2003 series, Shredder [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S1E10TheShredderStrikesPart1 attacked Splinter's master]], Hamato Yoshi, believing he worked for the Utroms. After having his minions work over Yoshi with [[ElectricTorture torture]], Shredder personally killed Yoshi, an act that would lead to Shredder becoming the Turtles' ArchEnemy. Shredder's Foot Ninja also kidnapped innocent people and mutated them into monsters to use as slave labor to try a locate a possible Utrom base underground. Shredder has proven to be a [[BadBoss very cruel boss]], murdering one of his men who the Turtles [[YouHaveFailedMe stopped]] from delivering some stolen goods for him, and punishing [[MadScientist Baxter Stockman]] for his failures, by [[AnArmAndALeg grievously injuring him]], until eventually Stockman was nothing more than a BrainInAJar. Shredder also displayed a complete disregard for human life. After an [[AlienInvasion Triceraton Invasion]] resulted in [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S3E15MissionOfGravity Beijing becoming]] a [[FloatingContinent city floating in the sky]], Shredder decides to steal the antigravity generator that is keeping the city in the air. When [[TheDragon Karai]] [[EvenEvilHasStandards objects]] that stealing the generator will result in the city crashing into the ground and killing millions in the process, Shredder overrules her and tells her to do it anyway. [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S3E21SameAsItNeverWas Later on]], Donatello visits a BadFuture where Shredder is a [[EvilOverlord dictator]] who controls the world. He has SecretPolice on the streets to round up any dissenters and is using both Utrom and human slave labor (with humans having to work 18 hours a day) to build a giant [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation device]], so Shredder can conquer other planets. In this future, Shredder executes his former servant [[TheDragon Hun]], who is begging to be let back into the Shredder's service.
*** In ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'', Ch'rell makes his return. After being rescued from imprisonment by [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 1987 Shredder and Krang]], Utrom Shredder [[UngratefulBastard takes over their Technodrome]] and uses its technology to try and conquer TheMultiverse. When Shredder discovered that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are in every alternative reality, he starts to [[VillainousBreakdown lose it]]. Shredder decides to find the [[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Prime Universe]] and kill the Turtles in that reality, which he believes will [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the rest the multiverse]]. When Shredder discovers that he too will be destroyed along with the rest of the multiverse, Shredder still doesn't care, [[RevengeBeforereason putting his desire for revenge above everything]].

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** [[BigBad Ch'rell]] from ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' and the [[MadeForTVMovie movie]] ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'' was an & ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'': [[BigBad Ch'rell]] is a villainous [[StarfishAliens Utrom]] criminal who was imprisoned by his people (who are generally peaceful) Utrom]], responsible for his various crimes that we find out throughout the galaxy, including causing war on other planets which resulted in [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S3E26ExodusPart2 resulted in the deaths of millions of innocent beings]]. Ch'rell managed to force the transport lives lost]]. Captured by his normally-peaceful people, he caused their ship he was being carried on to crash on Earth. Ch'rell escaped and [[MobileSuitHuman took Earth, stealing the guise]] identity of an Japanese crime boss named [[IHaveManyNames the late Oroku Saki, better known as aka The Shredder. Founding the Shredder]]. Foot Clan, Shredder wanted revenge on his people and went to great lengths to find spent ages hunting down the Utroms still marooned on Earth.
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and continuing his plans for [[TakeOverTheWorld galactic conquest]]. Upon finding the 2003 series, Shredder [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S1E10TheShredderStrikesPart1 attacked Splinter's master]], home of the Utrom's guardian, Hamato Yoshi, believing he worked for the Utroms. After having his minions work over Yoshi with [[ElectricTorture torture]], Shredder personally killed Yoshi, an act that would lead murdered him for refusing to Shredder becoming the Turtles' ArchEnemy. give their location. Shredder's Foot Ninja also kidnapped innocent people and mutated them further crimes in the series include kidnapping random citizens to be turned into monsters to use as for slave labor to try a locate a possible Utrom base underground. Shredder has proven to be a [[BadBoss very cruel boss]], murdering one of his men who the Turtles labor; [[YouHaveFailedMe stopped]] from delivering some stolen goods executed a Purple Dragon member for him, and punishing [[MadScientist Baxter Stockman]] for his failures, by failure]]; frequent [[AnArmAndALeg grievously injuring him]], until eventually physical mutilation]] of Baxter Stockman until he was nothing more than reduced to a BrainInAJar. Shredder also displayed a complete disregard for human life. After an BrainInAJar; and stealing the anti-gravity generator left in Beijing from the [[AlienInvasion Triceraton Invasion]] resulted in [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S3E15MissionOfGravity Beijing becoming]] a [[FloatingContinent city floating in the sky]], Shredder decides to steal the antigravity generator that is keeping the city in the air. When [[TheDragon Karai]] invasion]], ignoring Karai's [[EvenEvilHasStandards objects]] protests]] that stealing the generator doing so will result in the city crashing into the ground and killing millions in of deaths. Constructing a ship that will help him find the process, Shredder overrules her Utroms, he assaulted the Turtles and tells her Splinter to do it anyway. [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003S3E21SameAsItNeverWas Later on]], Donatello visits a BadFuture where Shredder is a [[EvilOverlord dictator]] who controls the world. He has SecretPolice on the streets to round up any dissenters and is using both Utrom and human slave labor (with humans having to work 18 hours a day) to build a giant [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation device]], so Shredder can conquer other planets. In this future, Shredder executes near death for continuously interfering with his former servant [[TheDragon Hun]], who is begging plans, then assaulted Karai for trying to be let back into the Shredder's service.
*** In ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'', Ch'rell makes his return.
stop him. After being rescued from imprisonment imprisoned for his crimes, Shredder, in ''Turtles Forever'', is eventually freed by an [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 1987 Shredder and Krang]], Utrom Shredder alternate world counterpart]]. [[UngratefulBastard takes over their Technodrome]] and uses its technology to try and conquer TheMultiverse. When Taking control of the Technodrome from his saviors]], Shredder discovered that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are in every alternative reality, he starts to learns of TheMultiverse and [[VillainousBreakdown lose it]]. Shredder goes mad]] at learning of other Ninja Turtles. He decides to find the [[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Prime Universe]] and to kill the those Turtles, believing that will erase all Turtles in from existence. His assault on that reality, which he believes will universe world [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the rest the multiverse]]. When erase all others from existence]], but he [[LackOfEmpathy does not care that this would include his own daughter]]. Upon learning their deaths will mean his own destruction, [[RevengeBeforeReason he decides his revenge is more important]]. [[ItsAllAboutMe Egotistical]], [[TheSociopath sociopathic]], and power-hungry, Shredder discovers that he too will be destroyed along with the rest of the multiverse, Shredder still doesn't care, [[RevengeBeforereason putting his desire for valued conquest and revenge above everything]].enough that not even risking the end of life itself would stop him.




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* ''WesternAnimation/Xyber9NewDawn'': [[BigBad Machestro]] is the EvilOverlord of the Machina, and the orchestrator of all evil in the series. As the ManBehindTheMan to [[TheHeavy King Renard]], Machestro supplies him with all the resources and technology he needs to keep his war with the heroic Queen Tatania going, resulting in Terrana's current wasteland state, and even supplies him with a [[{{BFG}} city-destroying rail gun]] to destroy as much of Tatania's kingdom as possible. Causing droughts, famines, and overall chaos throughout Tatania's forces with his plans, Machestro uses the ancient Hunter Claw robots to lay waste to entire cities and set crops aflame out of spite. Seeking to claim the [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Xyber 9]] so as to blanket Terrana in never-ending darkness, then lead a full scale annihilation of the human race, Machestro tricks the Machina as a whole into believing that they are unable to live in sunlight to keep them under his thrall. In the end, Machestro tries to use the Eye of Darkness to cause an unending night, either unaware or uncaring about the fact that it will result in the deaths of all living things, himself included. Machestro was a sociopathic warmonger obsessed with total domination, and would doom the entire planet due to nothing but his own arrogance.
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* ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' (2000 CGI series): [[MadScientist Dr. X]] is the [[BigBad mastermind behind all the evil in the series]], committing all his crimes in the name of [[EvilutionaryBiologist evolving humanity into perfection]] for him to control. Before initiating his more monstrous actions, X, requiring a new body for himself, kidnaps a young man named Brendan Caine, subjects him to torturous experiments that turn him into a SuperSoldier, then transplants his own mind into Caine's body. X then becomes free to spread his influence worldwide, and immediately forms his [[LegionOfDoom Council of Doom]], after which he begins [[ForScience various attempts]] to "test" humanity to determine which of them is most suitable to become part of his "Neo Humanity". These so-called tests range from trying to start a nuclear holocaust and flash freezing the entire planet, to infecting millions with a virus he hopes will lead to them ripping each other apart, leaving only the survivors for him to horrifically transform into his personal super soldiers. Showing numerous times that [[NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist any well-intentioned claims are utter hypocrisy]], not only does X regularly attempt to kill hundreds of innocents out of nothing but spite toward his ArchEnemy, Action Man, but X's plans to "improve" humanity always amount to simply replicating his own mind onto everyone else. In the finale of the series, X finally [[VillainousBreakdown loses whatever sense of reason he had]] when he decides to drag an asteroid to crash into the Earth and [[OmnicidalManiac wipe out everything]], [[BadBoss including his own Council of Doom]], then just rebuild humanity from scratch with himself as the base reference. A complete and total psychopath unable to comprehend the fact that imperfections are what makes humanity special, Dr. X was so convinced of his own [[AGodAmI godlike infallibility]] that he failed to realize just how maniacal and petty his goals were.
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* ''WesternAnimation/MaxSteel2013'':
** [[BigBad Miles Dredd]] is Max Steel's ArchEnemy, and one of the most monstrous villains in the series. Having assisted scientist Jim [=McGrath=] in harnessing the power of TURBO Energy, [[NamesToRunAwayFrom Dredd]] betrayed and seemingly murdered his partner, though at a price: Dredd now craved TURBO Energy as a power source for himself. Creating the corporation THI, which specialized in black market [[ArmsDealer arms dealings and chemical weapons]], Dredd began relentlessly pursuing any form of TURBO he could find, and, when he learns [[TheHero Max Steel]] produces an unlimited supply of it, Dredd becomes obsessed with the boy, regularly trying to painfully drain him of his life energy. Believing Max to be a high school student, Dredd has an occupied high school set aflame to test his theory, and, when Max confronts him later, Dredd targets a [[BusFullOfInnocents school bus full]] of [[WouldHurtAChild young teens]] during the battle. Dredd tries numerous methods throughout the series to destroy the highly-populated city of Copper Canyon, from draining the life force of the citizens, to launching a {{nuke|em}} at the city. Revealed to have made a deal with [[GreaterScopeVillain Makino]] to assist him in [[LesCollaborateurs annihilating the human race]], Dredd plans to [[TheStarscream betray his master]], take over his armada, and conquer everything in his path once the Earth is destroyed.
** The aforementioned [[BloodKnight Makino]] is the most powerful and deadliest villain Max Steel has ever faced and TheManBehindTheMan to Dredd. Creating the [[ZergRush Ultra-Link species]], Makino began [[PlanetEater absorbing entire worlds into himself]], destroying the planets and all their inhabitants in the process. Makino uses [[spoiler: Jim [=McGrath=]]] as a living battery to power his super weapon, the Alpha-Link. Having made a deal with Dredd, which involves Dredd assisting him in destroying the Earth, Makino immediately betrays his partner at his earliest convenience and tries to murder him. Capturing Steel, a former Ultra-Link, Makino tortures Steel to learn why he rebelled against him. While fighting Max Steel, Makino takes sick pleasure in beating him down and taunting him about the Earth's imminent destruction, and, when his plans are foiled, Makino makes one last attempt to murder Max and his [[spoiler: long-lost father]].

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** ''WesternAnimation/MaxSteel'':
*** [[BigBad John Dread]] is the leader of [[NebulousEvilOrganization DREAD]], a terrorist cell that engages in mass death and destruction in the name of [[TakeOverTheWorld world domination]]. Dread runs his organization with icy ruthlessness, and regularly places thousands of innocents in harm's way, with notable instances involving trying to flash-freeze an entire city; hoping to blackout Paris and all of its life support systems; attempting to destroy the United Nations headquarters; and disabling a satellite and leaving it to crash into an entire city, all in order to further his plans. Though at first seeming rather professional about his crimes, Dread decides ItsPersonal with [[TheHero Max Steel]] when, after failing to dissect the teen alive, his own face is scarred by Max, leading Dread to kidnap the boy's best friend while promising to exchange him for a vial of powerful nanoprobes, at which point he tries to [[ILied kill the boy anyway]] just to torture Max. As a final attempted atrocity, Dread tries to obliterate the Swiss city of UsefulNotes/{{Geneva}}, killing its entire population plus the gathered world leaders, then [[FrameUp blame the deaths]] on N-Tek, the spy organization made to thwart Dread's crimes. With no empathy, remorse, or limitations to his ambition and {{greed}}, John Dread personified the very worst of the various terrorists Max Steel encountered throughout his missions.
*** The [[PsychoForHire appropriately-named]] [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Psycho]] is an ever-grinning lunatic who is Max's[[ArchEnemy most personal and hated enemy]]. Psycho first met his nemesis when he splashed deadly nanoprobes all over the boy, hoping for them to excruciatingly kill him, unknowing that it would create his worst enemy, whom he would later go on to attempt to dissect, freeze to death, and drop a satellite onto the hometown of. Serving as John Dread's [[TheDragon right-hand man]] for most of the series, Psycho gleefully commits any and all orders given him, the higher the body count the better, and often goes beyond what his orders entail so as to inflict as much pain and death as possible, such as trying to murder two innocent teens for merely stumbling nearby his base, or by trying to annihilate a small village with an erupting volcano he is only supposed to be mining. His loyalty to Dread being simply a pragmatic partnership, Psycho often enacts his own schemes, normally involving acquiring plagues or nuclear missiles in order to destroy any city he wants then hold others for ransom while attempting to kill anyone in his way, an entire cruise ship of innocents being just one instance of this. His own accomplices fare no better than his enemies, as [[BadBoss Psycho]] tries to silence a captured compatriot, abuses his minions, and brutally murders his partner, Bio-Constrictor, even after the latter assists Psycho in attempting to transform all of humanity into monstrous creatures under his control. Nigh-invulnerable and always seeking to one-up Max Steel, Psycho lives up to his namesake as a truly psychopathic madman who proudly embraces his atrocities as if they were ends unto themselves.
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''WesternAnimation/MaxSteel2013'':
** [[BigBad *** [[TheHeavy Miles Dredd]] Dredd]], the ArchEnemy of [[TheHero Maxwell "Max" McGrath]], is Max Steel's ArchEnemy, a [[TheSociopath sociopath]] defined by his opportunistic and one of the most monstrous villains in the series. Having assisted [[ItsAllAboutMe selfish]] personality. Once a scientist who worked alongside Max's father, Jim [=McGrath=] in harnessing the power [=McGrath=], Dredd sabotaged one of their TURBO Energy, [[NamesToRunAwayFrom Dredd]] betrayed energy experiments, leading to Jim's seeming death and seemingly murdered his partner, though at a price: Dredd now craved being afflicted with a sick hunger for TURBO Energy energy as his life energy. After [[CorruptCorporateExecutive founding THI Industries]], a power source for himself. Creating the technology corporation THI, which specialized in black market [[ArmsDealer arms dealings and chemical weapons]], Dredd began relentlessly pursuing any form of TURBO he could find, and, when he learns [[TheHero Max Steel]] produces an unlimited supply of it, uses as cover for his terrorist activities, Dredd becomes obsessed with Max when he learns the boy, young teen outputs massive amounts of TURBO energy, and during the series, regularly trying tries to painfully [[VampiricDraining drain the boy of this energy]], always nearly killing him of while making disturbing euphemisms about the "rush" it gives him. With mass casualties always being a factor in his life energy. Believing Max to be a high school student, Dredd has plans, including setting an occupied high school set aflame aflame, trying to test his theory, and, when Max confronts him later, nuke numerous cities, and attempting to drain the life force of an entire city's population, Dredd targets has no problem targeting [[WouldHurtAChild young teenagers either]], as he threatens a [[BusFullOfInnocents school bus full]] of [[WouldHurtAChild young teens]] during the battle. filled with them]], sets an occupied high school aflame, and regularly tries to murder any, namely Max's best friends, that he runs across. Though always an evil lunatic, Dredd tries numerous methods throughout graduates to a truly monstrous individual when he destroys Earth's planetary defense grid, paving the series to destroy way for the highly-populated city of Copper Canyon, from draining the life force of the citizens, to launching a {{nuke|em}} at the city. Revealed to have made a deal with planet-destroying overlord [[GreaterScopeVillain Makino]] to assist him annihilate Earth, in [[LesCollaborateurs annihilating the human race]], exchange for granting Dredd a high position in his army, at which point Dredd plans to [[TheStarscream betray his master]], take over his armada, Makino and conquer everything the universe with his army. Even after this master plan fails, Dredd continues to stoop to new levels of depravity when he creates an abominable creature named Morphos, emotionally abuses him into attacking his enemies, then kills him when he becomes too independent, ruthlessly blowing him up and referring to him as a "nothing." Caring for no one but himself, and willing to sacrifice even the entire planet in his path once schemes, Miles Dredd was the Earth is destroyed.
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most recurring, and most personal, foe Max faced.
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The aforementioned [[BloodKnight [[GreaterScopeVillain Makino]] is the most powerful ManBehindTheMan to both the Ultralinks and deadliest villain Max Steel has ever faced Miles Dredd, and TheManBehindTheMan earns his place as Earth's greatest threat. An artificial intelligence created to Dredd. Creating the [[ZergRush Ultra-Link species]], "absorb and expand", Makino pushed his programming to his limits when, after possessing his creator, began [[PlanetEater absorbing "absorbing" entire worlds planets]] into himself]], destroying his ultimate weapon, the planets and all their inhabitants Alphalink, effectively annihilating them in the process. process, a process he has repeated countless times. An utter BloodKnight who displays far more {{sadis|t}}m than remotely necessary, Makino abuses his Ultralink "children", uses [[spoiler: Jim [[spoiler:Jim [=McGrath=]]] as a living battery to power his super weapon, the Alpha-Link. Having made a deal with Dredd, which involves Dredd assisting source, keeping him in destroying constant agony, and brutally beats down his foes with a [[SlasherSmile gleeful grin]] on his face. After capturing Steel, the Earth, only Ultralink to turn against him, Makino immediately betrays his partner at his earliest convenience and tries to murder him. Capturing Steel, a former Ultra-Link, Makino happily tortures Steel him before attempting to learn why he rebelled against him. While fighting Max Steel, kill him, Max, and [[spoiler:his long-lost father]] once his Alphalink is destroyed. Makino takes sick pleasure returns in beating him down the film ''Wrath of Makino'', where he possesses Max, uses his insecurities and taunting him about the Earth's imminent destruction, and, when inner thoughts to torment his friends and family, and reveals he plans are foiled, to destroy the entire Earth, not to absorb it, but simply out of spite for being humiliated. Though at first seeming to perhaps only be taking his programming to the extreme, Makino makes one last displays the most needlessly sadistic personality in the series, and shows in the end that he is fully capable of ignoring his programming when, rather than attempt to murder Max absorb the Earth as usual, he tries to wipe it out in a petulant rage.
*** [[MadScientist Professor Mortum]], the [[ArcVillain main villain]] of the films ''Team Turbo''
and ''Team Turbo: Fusion-Tek'', sticks out among franchise villains as a truly horrifying monster. Originally a genius scientist with a great fear of death, Mortum became obsessed with {{immortality|Immorality}}, and to this end, sought to obtain the Connect-Tek, a powerful N-Tek device that would grant Mortum [[AGodAmI godlike powers]]. Capturing hundreds of N-Tek agents, Mortum [[ElectricTorture tortures them all with electricity]] for information on the Connect-Tek, after which he sics many of Max's other enemies onto his [[spoiler: long-lost father]].hometown of Copper Canyon, ordering them to destroy everything in sight in their quest to locate him the Connect-Tek. After failing to properly handle the Connect-Tek once getting his hands on it, Mortum is killed, at which point the Connect-Tek replaces his mind, turning Mortum into a whole new brand of monster. Now a [[OurZombiesAreDifferent techno zombie]] due to the Connect-Tek, Mortum still retains his original personality, and quickly begins draining the minds of dozens of his own lackeys, transforming them into mindless techno zombies that he uses to infect an entire city, draining all of their minds, after which he tries to inflict the same fate on his own nephew. After numerous soldiers are killed in their attempts to stop him, Mortum captures, tortures, and dissects Max's best friend, the sentient robot Steel, before using his powers to infect all of humanity with his techno virus, transforming the Earth into a barren wasteland, after which he reveals his plans to [[HiveMind absorb all of humanity's minds into himself]], becoming a god and eliminating the "disorder" of human empathy. Quickly graduating from a particularly wicked villain to a full-blown genocidal lunatic between his appearances in the films, Professor Mortum, [[LaughablyEvil despite his sometimes amusing personality]], is easily one of the franchise's most nightmarish and terrifying villain.
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* ''WesternAnimation/HuntikSecretsAndSeekers'': [[BigBad The Betrayer]], originally one of the sorcerers and seekers who helped found the Huntik Foundation, turned upon his fellows to summon the Lovecraftians monstrosities known as the Nullifers to destroy the world. The Casterwill family fought back and destroyed the Betrayer, but his spirit endured, forming the Bloodspiral Brotherhood to work at his revival. The Betrayer eventually had the Casterwill family "purged" with any who served as obstacles treated the same way. Upon his revival, the Betrayer revealed that [[ManipulativeBastard he had double-crossed the Bloodspiral Brotherhood]] and they would not be spared from destruction either. The Betrayer proceeds to summon a comet the destroy everyone present and summon the Nullifers, [[OmnicidalManiac plotting to destroy everything that lives on Earth]] to satisfy his lust for chaos.
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* ''[[Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender Avatar]]'' ''[[Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender Universe]]'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/ShadowRaiders'': [[CoDragons The Beast Generals]], the malevolent servitors of the world-devouring [[BigBad Beast Planet]] who help their master [[GreaterScopeVillain The Beast]] scourge entire solar systems and destroy all worlds within them, each qualify in their own right:
** [[ManipulativeBitch Lamprey]] is a master of deceit and subterfuge who weakens worlds from the inside out through complex gambits, occasionally pausing to murder people who cross her path for little other reason than [[ForTheEvulz to amuse herself]]. Lamprey introduces herself tricking Emperor Femur into installing a device meant to drain all the life from Planet Bone. After this, Lamprey possesses Tekla and tries to use her to destroy the Alliance from the inside out, contenting herself with subjecting her to horrific MindRape of her planet's destruction and trying to slowly kill her from the inside once this fails. After this fails, Lamprey murders a resident of Planet Fire and pins it on Jade's hands, intending for her to be horribly executed by being dipped into a fall of lava. Lamprey's final crimes in the series [[EvilIsPetty stem purely from petty spite]]: Seeking revenge against Tekla, Lamprey has her Beast drones attack a bar with the intent to kill everyone inside, personally disintegrates Captain Blaze once he gets in her way, and furiously attempts to kill everyone who stands between her and Tekla before her own demise.
** [[TheBrute Blokk]] is a brutish warrior who firmly believes in the power of absolute force over everything else, preferring to overrun worlds through his armada to destroy all they see whilst basking in the carnage. Blokk's repeated attempts to attack the planets in the Cluster result in numerous deaths and the successful destruction of Planet Jungle. Blokk personally attempts to trick Cryos into killing his own daughter whilst leaving his planet vulnerable, and grows more and more vicious after his repeated punishments at the hand of the Beast. In the finale of the series, Blokk takes over Planet Rock by force by besting and [[HeroKiller killing Lord Mantle]], while promising to give the Alliance members he's captured--[[WouldHurtAChild two children among them]]--a slow death at the Beast's hands. Once he's left stranded on Rock, Blokk slaughters his way to Rock's World Engine, personally executes Feldspar, and sets the entire planet on a collision course with the nearest star out of sheer spite.
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* ''ComicBook/LadyDeath: The Motion Picture'': In this [[AnimatedAdaptation animated movie based on this comic]], [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]] himself comes to Earth in [[AFormYouAreComfortableWith human form]] under the name Mathias. Mathias, establishing himself as a feudal lord in 15th century Sweden, is [[PressGanged forcing villagers]] to join his army--[[ChildSoldiers including a young boy]]--saying he needs souls to fight for God. Mathias sees [[ArchnemesisDad his daughter Hope]] meeting her boyfriend Niccolo and impresses Niccolo into his army and confines his daughter to his castle. Hope soon discovers her father has murdered those he impressed into his service. Mathias opens a portal to {{Hell}} and pours several innocent souls, including Niccolo, into Hell to be [[AndIMustScream tormented]]. As Mathias reveals his true form to his daughter, an angry mob bursts in, angry over Mathias's treatment of the people. Lucifer kills everyone present except for his daughter and a priest who was leading the mob. The priest condemns Hope to death and plans to burn her at the stake. Lucifer sends a minion to taunt Hope, saying she can be with Niccolo, if she offers a prayer to Lucifer. Hope refuses at first, but relents and says the prayer as she [[BurnTheWitch is being burnt to death]]. Her soul descends to Hell and demons begin to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture her]]. The demons eventually take Hope to her father, where Lucifer wants Hope to become his minion and plans to torture the souls of Niccolo and her mother if she refuses. Hope refuses and Lucifer kicks her out a window. In Hell, Hope meets Cremator, Lucifer's former blacksmith who was killed by Lucifer in life and was dragged to Hell by Lucifer. Through her training, Hope becomes Lady Death and leads several lost souls in a rebellion against Lucifer.
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