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* In ''Manga/ElfenLied'', Bandou has no qualms about hitting and maiming little girls. Lucy herself murders a bunch. Some were [[KidsAreCruel horrible bastards]]. Others weren't. Kurama would qualify too, for he is tasked with euthanizing diclonius newborns. And then we have the utterly depraved and horrendous stuff The Unknown Man does...
* In ''SaintSeiya'', the Twelve Zodiac Temples Arc. Pegasus Seiya and Dragon Shiryu arrive to Cancer's Temple, and confront Cancer Gold Saint Deathkmask. The walls of said temple are covered by grim human faces, which are promptly explained to be the faces of the people Deathmask has killed in his battles. Seiya and Shiryu are both horrified and enraged when they realize that among those faces there are ''several children's faces''. When they demand an explanation from Deathmask as to why he'd kill children, he simply states that he doesn't know how that happened, that they must have been killed along with his enemies without him realizing. Then, he calls those murders "valious but unimportant sacrifices".
** Actually, in the original version he states them as "collateral victims" and as being a nice set of ornaments for the walls of his house (remember, Cancer is the fourth temple, four is a synonym for "death" for most oriental cultures), so ''he basically didn't give a damn'' about having killed countless children, which is what immediately infuriated both Seiya and Shiryu.
** Also, in the first chapters of both manga/anime versions, you can see the "special" training they give to all cloth´s candidates. In the Greek Sanctuary, they push the kids/teenagers into pits with spikes and you have to climb back by yourself while avoid falling, the mess of the other bodies, and other challengers competing with you. The Kido´s foundation kids doesn´t have precisely a better treatment: they are forced to train night and day, are beaten nearly to death if they openly defy the rules (see Ikki when he confronted Tatsumi), and after some time, they are send to different places around the world for receiving heavy brutal training (things like surviving in a hot volcanic island while your sensei beat the shit out of you everyday, battling and killing grizzly bears with your bare hands, training in extreme cold conditions with not the appropriate clothing, etc), all of this only having around 10-11 years old (in fact, from the 100 kids Mitsumasa Kido sent around the globe, only ten returned...)
* In ''{{Devilman}}'', Amon doesn't care who is in his path. Child, baby... It's all good as long as it bleeds!
** And so do his enemies, to be honest. [[spoiler: Poor little Sachiko and Miki's younger brother.]]
* ''{{Berserk}}'': To all Apostles, humans are food, toys or a combination of both. Children? They [[EatsBabies eat babies]] so...
** Guts himself, at one point before fighting Rosine, had to take on her whole army of elves which was constituted of... young children she had previously kidnapped, brainwashed, and [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman turned into monsters]]. Plus his actual fight against Rosine herself (who's no older than 12), or that he used a still-human child as bait for those monster elves.
** BigBad Griffith trumps everyone in that he not only [[spoiler: raped his pregnant former commander Casca while in his demonic form, inadvertently poisoning the kid with his demonic seed]] but he also [[spoiler: uses the child, who was since miscarried as a misshapen fetus but has thrived, during the mock eclipse as a vessel to reincarnate himself into the real world.]]
* In ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'', Wolfwood kills Zazie, who looks like a very young child (and ''is'' a child in the anime - in the manga, it's both complicated and frigging weird).
** There's also the Gung-Ho Gun Monev the Gale, where after the shootout some of the corpses laid about were children.
* Female example: In ''Manga/{{Jackals}}'', Roxy bisects 7 year-old Giulio Montero in one blow. Notable in that she did it directly and with her own hands. Subverted in that the child is actually an EnfantTerrible.
* Ladd Russo in ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' shoots a kid in the face with a shotgun for the hell of it. Vino also tortures said child, though since he ''had'' just watched Ladd shoot him in the face, he knew [[{{Immortality}} it wouldn't stick]]. [[spoiler:And Czes had tried to get Ladd to kill everyone, so in Vino's mind he deserved it.]]
* Many of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'''s bad guys are not above visiting cruelty or worse upon children, and some of the worst, such as Jackal and Souther, have actually killed kids in the manga. Because Kenshiro is a FriendToAllChildren, his wrath is especially violent when these kinds of villains go too far.
* The villains of ''Manga/DragonBall'' in all its incarnations, though the kids in question [[CuteBruiser can dish it back out as well]].
** Most of the serious villains in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' seem to see little difference between killing a child and killing an adult.
* If ''Manga/DragonBall'' counts, so do the {{Anti Villain}}s of the second season of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'', who ripped a (non-vital) organ out of a nine-year old girl's chest while she was still conscious, and later had no qualms about fighting her and her just as young friends at full power. They had a good reason to do that (at least, they couldn't see a better way to save an IllGirl who is around the same age of the kind they attacked) and the children in question could dish it out just as well as DB heroes.
** And then we have ''Striker S'' aka the third season, where the villains [[spoiler:strap the six-year-old Vivio to an ArtifactOfDoom and torture her [[PoweredByaForsakenChild to power it up]].]] Some didn't seem pleased, but they didn't do a lot to stop it either.
*** In MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid, after Nove's fight with DarkMagicalGirl Einhart:
---->'''Subaru''': But this is bad, Nove! Even if both of you agreed on the fight, you shouldn't have been so harsh on a little girl.
---->'''Nove''': Give me a break... I was beaten up quite badly too! It still hurts all over!
* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' has 9-year-old Maria Ushiromiya regularly killed off alongside the rest of the cast. While the first four times were relatively nice ([[spoiler:explosion, explosion]], strangulation, poison), the fifth time was a gaping neck wound, and the sixth was brutal decapitation. She keeps coming back to life due to a GroundhogDayLoop.
** Maria's mother, Rosa, also physically beats her. One of their first scenes has her slapping Maria to the ground.
* Its predecessor, ''VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'', does this even more often. Although some instances are "simply" teen-on-teen, [[spoiler:almost every]] world ends with little [[OracularUrchin Rika]] being disemboweled by [[spoiler:Takano, who is an adult woman]], and in one of the most gruesome arcs of the series, [[{{Yandere}} Shion]] first does a full-blown crucifixion of [[BrattyHalfPint Satoko]], then stabs her repeatedly to death.
** Another straighter example, especially notable for featuring an adult woman, is when Rina attempts to strangle the barely teenaged Rena after beating her up.
** Shion also brutally beats up Satoko for being too clingy to Satoshi, until Rika and Rena pull a GoThroughMe to defend Satoko, and then she gets PunchedAcrossTheRoom by a ''very'' pissed off Satoshi. While Satoko ''was'' extremely dependent on Satoshi, it's still no excuse for Shion almost killing much younger and weaker girl in the middle of a Yandere tantrum -- and a girl who was the ''only'' good relative Satoshi still had left!
* ''Manga/BlackButler'': The villains of the CircusOfFear arc. This is especially yurk because the actual folks are pretty nice, but they ''know'' what their 'father' is [[ColdBloodedTorture doing with the kids they kidnap for him]].
* A rare occasion that isn't a KickTheDog moment: Maki's death in ''DarkerThanBlack''. He may be a kid, but he [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour doesn't act it]] and is also a jealous {{yandere}} and a [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Contractor]] with no qualms about blowing up relative innocents ([[spoiler:let alone the guy his boss/crush needs to keep alive to prevent a genocide]]), so it's actually rather satisfying to see the arrogant brat underestimate [[spoiler:[[AnIcePerson November 11]], [[ItsPersonal whose partner he'd hospitalized]]]] and wind up ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice for his trouble.
* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Nagato kills every person associated with Hanzo, including Hanzo's children and the children of Hanzo's loyalists, after Nagato wrestles control of Amegakure from Hanzo. Nagato, however, seemed indifferent to their deaths, as they were his precaution to quell any possible rebellion over his leadership in the future.
** [[spoiler:Tobi]] took a baby [[spoiler:Naruto]] hostage, nearly spearing him with a kunai and ''blowing him up'' in the process.
** Orochimaru once performed an experiment trying to infuse the DNA of the First Hokage into 60 children. One, Yamato, survived and gained his [[GreenThumb power]]. The rest (and to Orochimaru's knowledge until much later, all of them) died.
** This is a default in Naruto considering their world is full of ChildSoldiers, the main characters included.
* In ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', Balalaika will come down like the wrath of God on anyone who dares to torture and kill her men. Even if they happen to be [[CreepyTwins children]]. Doesn't mean she has to like it, though.
** In the anime, a flashback to the Afghan war shows her shifting her sniper fire ''away'' from a child running towards its mother. So this trope is in effect, but not to a ridiculous degree — presumably she'd have no qualms about killing a ChildSoldier, but it wouldn't be the same with a civilian child.
** Revy herself is not above hurting kids either, though she usually has to be provoked into it. As Dutch says when he orders Rock to take over watching Garcia from a pissed-off Revy, "not a lot of maternal instinct there."
* No one in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' seems to have a problem hitting [[EnfanteTerrible Pride]] (AKA [[spoiler:Selim Bradley]]). Then again, [[EldritchAbomination given]] [[TheDragon what the]] [[SmugSnake little]] [[LackOfEmpathy bastard]] [[ArtificialHuman is]]...Pride is still able to use this to his advantage, as evidenced by townspeople running to his rescue when he's attacked by [[PantheraAwesome Heinkel]].
** Shou Tucker [[spoiler:[[FateWorseThanDeath fuses his own young daughter, Nina, and her pet dog into a chimaera]]]] in order to show off another talking chimaera (the first one was made from [[spoiler:his wife]]) and keep his license as a State Alchemist. Then [[AntiHero Scar]] [[spoiler:{{mercy kill}}s her]].
** [[spoiler:Envy disguised as]] an officer [[spoiler:deliberately]] killed an Ishbalan child, starting the Ishbalan Massacre.
** In the [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist 2003 anime version]], [[spoiler:Bradley/Pride kills his own son by breaking his neck. In ''this'' continuity, Selim is actually a normal kid and his real son]].
*** In the same anime no one seems to mind beating Wrath around. He resembles a 8 - 10 year old child, tops.
* In ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'', the Titans fire their colony laser, destroying a colony in the process. Women and children are shown dying. Though not direct killing, it is a brutal sight.
** The implications of their gas attacks! When we're shown the gassed colonies, we see corpses of children among the ruins.
** Glemmy Toto from ''GundamZZ'' doesn't care how many ten year old girls die fighting for him. He keeps an army of Puru clones, sending them out to do his fighting as his killing. When the clones become attached to other people, he has their successors kill them, all without the slightest hint of remorse.
*** Also, at some point Haman ''shoots'' Leina. [[TranquilFury Which MASSIVELY pisses her brother Judau off.]]
* [[BigBad Grings Kodai]] has absolutely no qualms about harming [[Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions Zoroark's]] infant son, even coming right out and saying he'd ''kill'' Zorua and nearly does.
** In the regular ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' series, [[BountyHunter Pokémon Hunter J]] doesn't care if she kills Ash to get her target Pokémon. In fact, she seemed to go out of her way to try to do so. (Hunter J has been established as one of the cruelist villains on the show; she mistreats Pokemon in ways that [[{{Jerkass}} Paul]] wouldn't stoop to, and is willing to [[BadBoss sacrifice her own minions]] if she thinks it will benefit her.)
** The episode "Current Events" actually has Team Rocket try to kill Ash with their Pokémon, but they pay the price when [[PrecociousCrush Chikorita]] evolves into Bayleef.
*** They do it again in "Cutting the Ties that Bind!", when they have their Pokémon attack a completely defenseless Ash when ''[[KickTheDog he's hanging off their hot-air balloon, several meters up in the air.]]'' Ash actually fell off, and he would've died if not for [[spoiler:[[HesBack Sceptile getting out of a recent]] HeroicBSOD.]]
* Fuuma Kotarou from ''NabariNoOu'' ''blows 4-year-old [[spoiler:Miharu]]'s face off'' for no apparent reason. [[MoralEventHorizon While smiling]].
* Agon of ''{{Eyeshield 21}}'' threw a football at the knees of a kid in a wheelchair, thus cementing his status as the series' "villain" (or closest they have).
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'':
** Hollows are driven by desperate hunger to kill humans beginning with their closest family and then encompassing anyone: man, woman or child. The most heinous example was Shrieker who was so evil he was a serial killer before he became a hollow. Grand Fisher, Numb Chandelier and Nnoitra are other notable examples.
** Wonderweiss caused a few problems among the shinigami because of his young age. Kyouraku attacked him after he stabbed Ukitake, Kensei stated he was the kind of guy would take out a child if he had to protect someone and, while Yamamoto was relieved when Wonderweiss entered SuperMode because he no longer resembled a child, he hadn't hesitated to try and kill him while he still resembled one.
** Yhwach carried out ThePurge against all Gemischt. He killed countless men, women and children. [[spoiler: The only survivor in history was Uryuu, who was eight years old when he mysteriously survived Yhwach's attempt to kill him.]]
** [=BG9=] will target anyone if he decides it'll benefit his ability to achieve his goals. [[spoiler: He impales Omaeda's little sister in an attempt to force Omaeda to reveal the location of his captain.]]
** Yuzu fell victim to an enemy who was willing to kill her to achieve his goal of opposing Ichigo. [[spoiler: Kokuto, in fact.]]
* ''Manga/InuYasha'' has a few of these:
** [[BigBad Naraku]] has no concerns about attacking anyone and anything in his quest [[spoiler:(which has nothing to do with material power or world domination, [[ForTheEvulz he's simply miserable and wants everyone else share in that misery]])]]. He attacks and tries to kill [[MoralityPet 8-year-old Rin]]; he [[KilledOffForReal kills]], [[BackFromTheDead resurrects]], [[BrainWashed enslaves]] and [[MindScrew manipulates]] [[DesignatedVictim 11-year-old Kohaku]]; some of his detachments have the look of children (such as [[TheStarscream Hakudoushi]], [[CreepyChild Kanna]] and [[EnfanteTerrible the baby]]) and he has no hesitation in using and discarding them. This is before we get to the [[AMillionIsAStatistic collateral damage]] his activities have on random villages and low-level {{youkai}} populations.
** Kouga, although we only see one direct example of this. He's introduced to the story having destroyed several human villages and in the process of destroying another village - [[ChildrenAreInnocent Rin's]] home, which is also her introduction to the storyline. On his [[KillEmAll orders]], the wolves wipe out the entire village, including Rin. After that, he's more interested in [[ItsPersonal fighting Naraku]] and [[TheRival winning Kagome's heart]] to target humans again. When [[{{Youkai}} his people]] are revisited later on in the manga, the subject of them being a human-killing race is briefly mentioned although [[WouldBeRudeToSayGenocide not specifically in relation to Kouga's past]].
** [[DarkActionGirl Kagura]] tries to be this, [[AntiVillain but fails.]] She kidnaps [[ChildrenAreInnocent Rin]] on Naraku's order but never lifts a finger against her otherwise, and when Rin's in her presence again without [[PapaWolf Sesshoumaru]] around, she has [[IWasJustPassingThrough no interest in hurting her]]. She's ordered to protect Naraku's [[EnfanteTerrible baby]] and, despite [[CreepyChild loathing it]], she does reluctantly look after it. [[TheStarscream Hakudoushi]] is far crueller towards her than she ever is to him, and the detachment she appears to be closest to [[SoulPower is]] [[SoulJar Kanna]]. [[spoiler:In the end, she meets her death when [[SadisticChoice ordered]] to kill Kohaku - she [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] herself to save his life.]]
** In the anime, Dark {{Miko}} [[{{Filler}} Tsubaki]] is the one to blame for a then 10-year-old Kaede [[EyeScream losing her eye]]. WordOfGod stated that Kaede actually lost her eye when Inuyasha attacked Kikyou's village in an attempt to steal the Jewel of Four Souls.
* Quite a common thing in ''Manga/YuGiOh'', the most frequent victims being Yugi himself, and to a lesser extent, Jonouchi. To say nothing of [[DesignatedVictim Mokuba]]
** Once he learns to trust them, Mokuba details, to Yugi and the others, how their adoptive father abused Seto.
** This is even more true in ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'', not only because the protagonist is only twelve years old, but because ''every'' major villain in the first season seemed willing to abuse and take advantage of poor Haruto, even [[spoiler: Dr. Faker, ''his own father''. Although it is later revealed that Faker actually had Haruto's [[WellIntentionedExtremist best interests in mind]].]]
* In ''Manga/SailorMoon S'', ''6-year-old'' Chibiusa has her heart crystal ripped out by Mistress 9. This is also played with later when Uranus and Neptune try to kill Mistress 9 as she inhabits the body of 12-year-old Hotaru, only for Usagi to defend her. This sort of works.
** Also, many of the victims of the villains are children. In a memorable episode of the ''R'' season, ''babies'' were either drained of their life energy (with [[GenderBlenderName Manami]] being the only one unharmed due to Mom's intervention) or used as hostages by the monster of the week. Too bad it didn't count on Mercury getting a MidSeasonUpgrade [[MamaBear out of pure anger]].
** With the exception of the Outers (Pluto since the beginning, Stars!Haruka and Stars!Michiru), the scouts are all teenage girls who fall in the 14-16 year old range.
* At first, [[Anime/{{Monster}} Johan Liebert]] appears to be an aversion of this. [[MindRape But then you find out that he just manipulates them into killing themselves.]] [[SadisticChoice And then he threatens to shoot an 8-10 year old boy in the head if Dr. Tenma doesn't shoot him first.]] And he would definitely do it.
** There's the child he nearly manipulated into committing suicide by telling him his mother was in the RedLightDistrict and sending him there with the thought that if no one claims him, he's unwanted and has no reason to live. [[TearJerker The child is going to jump off of a bridge when Tenma and Grimmer find him and convince him that he actually is wanted in the world.]] Easily one of Johan's most despicable acts in the entire series, which is really saying something.
* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has both sides slaughtering kids either off-screen or onscreen. On one hand, the Britannian Army kills Japanese/Eleven of ''all'' ages during the first episode's raid and [[spoiler:the Euphinator Incident.]] On the other, episode 14 of R2 has Lelouch and his group doing likewise in [[spoiler:the Geass Cult Massacre, since many of the Cult members are very young {{Tyke Bomb}}s.]]
* A nobleman shoots a StreetUrchin to death in RoseOfVersailles, [[ForTheEvulz just because he could]], despite the pleas of a teenage girl. Oscar then shoots him in the hand so he'll never be able to use weapons.
** And in-story, the [[spoiler:Raid of La Bastille]] started when a peasant boy got shot to death in front of his parents. For worse, it was by mistake since a dumbass soldier wanted to shoot the kid's ''father'' and got the shot wrong.
* Many cases in Manga/DetectiveConan involve children getting hurt or killed by {{Asshole Victim}}s. I.e., we have [[spoiler: two schoolteachers strangling a girl no older than 12 to death because S{{he Knows Too Much}} and then making it look like suicide]]; another case has Conan and his friends being chased around by a SerialKiller in a library during the night.
** Conan himself gets beaten up badly by one or another member of the Black Organization at least twice, specially by [[spoiler:Irish]] from the {{Non Serial Movie}}s. Said attacker also has no qualms with [[WouldHitAGirl hitting a teenaged girl like Ran.]]
* In the Manga/AxisPowersHetalia movie, ''Paint it white'', one of the victims of [[spoiler:the Pict aliens]] is Sealand, a micro-nation who for all effects has the looks and the mindset of a 12-year-old boy. Subverted in the HetaliaBloodbath2010, where [[spoiler:it ''looks'' like he'll be kidnapped... but he shows his BadassAdorable ID and applies DefeatMeansFriendship to his attacker]].
* The Homunculi of ''BusouRenkin'' liked to ''eat'' children, as their meat was more tender than adults. Tokiko was the ''only'' survivor of a homunculus attack on her grade school when she was 10.
* 12-year-old Chris Thorndyke from SonicX is TheScrappy, yeah... but it still does NOT mean that he deserves to be beaten up by Shadow [[spoiler: and later kidnapped and brutally tortured, alongside the also very young Cosmo, by Black Narcissus.]] The second incident is so bad that [[EvenEvilHasStandards not even Dr. Eggman approves]]!
* From {{Itsuwaribito}}, there is [[spoiler: Iriya]] and his group of bandits, who slaughter a group of orphan children during a raid because they dislike [[YouKilledMyFather leaving malice behind.]] [[spoiler: Iriya]] even gloats about how they begged for their lives.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** Captain Morgan orders a little girl be executed for seeing Zoro.
** Pirate captain Zeff is a {{Jerkass}} variation. He steals and pillages and isn't above to kick little boys hard enough to send them flying, but he can also save a kid's life if he decides so.
** Arlong and his treatment towards Nami, which started when she was as much 10;. In a flashback he also [[spoiler: hits the slave girl Koala for smiling too much]].
** Mr. 1 and Miss Double Finger also attack a young boy when he discovers that the king was framed by Baroque Works.
** There's also the Marines, who following the death of Gold Roger, searched islands he may have frequented and killed any babies born within nine months of his execution. [[spoiler:His pregnant lover Portgas D. Rouge [[GenreSavvy knew they would do this]], and held Roger's child in her womb for 20 months [[PluckyGirl through sheer]] [[MamaBear willpower]]. [[DeathByChildbirth It ultimately cost Rouge her life]], but it allowed said kid (Portgas D. Ace) to be born and raised in a more or less safe environment.]]
** [[spoiler: The Gorgon Sisters]] were sold into slavery and then tortured into insanity by [[spoiler: the World Nobles]] when the eldest, [[spoiler: Boa Hancock]], was 12 years old.
** Caesar Clown has no problem [[spoiler: experimenting on little kids or getting them addicted to drugs so they won't run away.]] Even Trafalgar Law, whose infamous cruelty is legendary and has a nasty reputation among pirates, was disgusted.
* [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Maria]] from Anime/{{Witchblade}} has no problem with killing her teammates or the science institute trainees, due mostly to [[AxCrazy her own messed up childhood]] and not being much older herself. (They begin training at 12) She even attempts to kill [[MoralityPet Rihoko]] out of jealousy for receiving more of her (biological) mother's love even though they'd never met. (Her mother treated Maria completely as an experiment her whole life instead)
* In Anime/CowboyBebop where the [[ManipulativeBastard evil little prick]] was [[Really700YearsOld rendered immortal during an accident involving a warp gate struck by a meteor]] and it was the only thing that could hurt him. He had been crippling or taking crippled older men who all looked similar and forcibly inserting himself as their son to keep his cover, passing his 'fathers' off as the terrorist Zebra. Spike knows full well by the time he guns him down what he really was.
* Accidentally occurs AND played straight in OutlawStar due to both of the children being [[ChildSoldier space pirates]]. The first is when Hilda, who is falling out of control towards the sun in episode 4, latches onto the CreepyChild magician girl as she is levitating towards the OLS and pulls the pin on a grenade, taking them both out. The second occurrence is when Gene and company destroy a pirate ship outside a space station that was hunting them, which was piloted by the little girl and her two cats Jim had recently befriended. He returns to the fountain to wait for them [[TearJerker but doesn't realise why they never showed up]], presuming her parents had taken her with them early.
* In ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'', this is sort of a given seeing how the heroes are usually [[KidHero kids]] and the villains are adults, but it is worth mentioning that it's a rather common tactic in this 'verse [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy to aim]] [[CombatPragmatist for the]] [[KidWithTheLeash trainer]] when possible.
** [[spoiler: When Hugh, who couldn't be older than eight at the time, tries to stop two Plasma grunts from running off with his sister's Purrloin, he gets a solid blow to his gut for his troubles]].
** Other manga are keen to this too. For example in ''Manga/PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure'' [[spoiler:Mitsumi]] is blackmailed into doing this to a 9 - 11 year old Hareta - forcing her powerful Pokémon to give both the kid and his Pokémon a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. Other members of Team Galactic also don't mind beating on him.
* In ''GingaDensetsuWeed'', Thunder and Lector, the Doberman Pinscher assassins for Hougen, threaten to kill Teru if his father didn't kill Kyoshiro. It was also kinda personal, since Kyoshiro was the one who tore off Teru's father's ear.
* Many, many villains in ''Manga/FairyTail''.
* Many, many villains in ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' and ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' do not hesitate to beat up or try to kill little kids.
* Although they are not allowed to harm humans, [[IceQueen Teresa]] demonstrated that she was not above kicking a traumatized little kid around in ''{{Claymore}}''. Said kid is actually [[HowWeGotHere soon-to-be main protagonist Clare]] and how she [[MoralityPet humanized]] [[DefrostingIceQueen Teresa through their meeting and interaction.]]
* Perhaps [[AxCrazy not too surprisingly]], Yuno in ''MiraiNikki'' is more than willing to kill [[EnfantTerrible Fifth diary owner Reisuke]], and even chases him around Yuki's house with a hammer. [[spoiler: She does eventually kill him.]]
** [[MadBomber Uryuu]] [[ElegantGothicLolita Minene]] plants bombs all over a school full of kids, and winds up killing quite a few of them.
** [[spoiler: Once he [[BreakTheCutie loses it]], Yuki uses Kamado's orphans to lure John Balks and joins Yuno in killing ''them'']] Yes, you read that right. Though [[spoiler:Yuki did believe he could bring them all back to life once he won the game and became God, and was planning to. Unfortunately, it turned out God cannot bring back the dead.]]
* In ''ViolenceJack'' numerous children are killed. One scene of the manga even has a girl beheaded, along with the man who used her as a human shield.
* One of the primary antagonists in ''ReikoTheZombieShop'' is Saki Yurikawa, a teenage serial killer responsible for the mutilation of nearly ''29'' little girls. There is also Reiko the protagonist's twin sister, Riruka, who actively attempts to kill a young girl summoner. Generally, most of the antagonists in this series do not believe in InfantImmortality.
* In the manga version of ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' spin-off ''KOF: Kyo'', [[spoiler: Goenitz kills Maki Kagura in front of her twin sister Chizuru when ''both of the twins were 10 years old''.]] The whole thing was never shown, save for a DeadHandShot of her bloodied hand.
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