- Toho Kingdom Toons:
Godzilla: Why must we engage in such senseless violence towards one another? Especially considering the glaring fact that both of us face a common foe?
- Godzilla himself is a city destroying monster, yet he is noticeably erudite and well-cultured.
- Anguirus as well.
- Even Spacegodzilla falls under this. Despite being the one of Godzilla's most evil foes, he, somehow, is able to host his own political talk show.
- Bowser from Supermarioglitchy4s Super Mario 64 Bloopers following his Heel–Face Turn in "Hotel Mario".
- Medoner, of The Nekci Menij Show, is this - despite being totally self-obsessed and willing to publicly insult every friend she has in song, she is still seen as the height of pop culture.
- In Ultra Fast Pony, Applejack is a mobster with absolutely no qualms about getting her hooves dirty, yet she's cheerful and friendly to anyone she isn't threatening at the moment.
- In Diamond in the Rough (Touhou), both the final villains Yukari and Tenshi are educated, while the first hands presents to the gappies, the seconds clearly enjoys talking with them.
- Salem, the Big Bad of RWBY, is quite calm, friendly, and polite to her minions, even chastising them for needless malice towards each other. When Watts starts talking down to Cinder, Salem stands up for her and points out her successes. When Watts counters those, she listens to, and accepts, them. Even when giving her minions their orders - which will doubtlessly end in the deaths of hundreds of innocents - she's completely at ease, as if ordering them to get coffee instead of kidnapping children and coordinating with terrorists.