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* ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'': Junior is defined as "evil". He [[http://www.undefined.net/1/0/?strip=551 discusses]] his status several times and often both he and the author try to {{enforce|dTrope}} it. [[spoiler:It's ultimately {{deconstructed|Trope}}, [[http://www.undefined.net/1/0/?strip=598 courtesy of Ghanny]]]].
* Black Mage Evilwizardington in ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', if his last name didn't give it away already. Hell, he even tried joining the bad guys after gleefully wasting all his fire spells on [[GoddamnedBats BATS]] and leaving the Light Warriors to die inside a block of solid ice. Oh, and [[VillainProtagonist he's a protagonist]] [[OhCrap responsible for saving the world]].
-->'''Drizzl:''' What do you think you're doing?\\
'''Black Mage:''' I'd say I was joining the winning side, but that would imply that there was some point where I wasn't part of team evil.
* Khrima from ''Webcomic/{{Adventurers}}!'' is an archetypal example of this. Much like Dr. Evil, he got his degree from [[http://www.adventurers-comic.com/d/0208.html Evil University]]. He goes to great lengths to get people to believe he's extremely evil and cruel, and [[ContractualGenreBlindness adheres religiously to the clichés]] of Evil in {{RPG}}s, with instances ranging from his exact following of the SortingAlgorithmOfEvil to his personally preparing an AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield for the final fight.
* ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' actually has this CatchPhrase: "What? I'm evil. ILied."
* ''Webcomic/BobTheAngryFlower'' once had a violent confrontation with a man who only gave his name as the Evil Business Guy Made of Butter. Well, allegedly had a violent confrontation with an alleged Evil Business Guy made of pure creamy butter.
* ''Webcomic/{{Concerned}}'' has Wallace Breen of ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' become something like this.
* In ''WebComic/ElGoonishShive'', Ellen was this initially in an effort to give herself some sense of identity. [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain She failed at this, though.]] [[PokeThePoodle Horribly.]]
* Simultaneously lampshaded and subverted in-universe in ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'', where Jon describes himself to Mandi as [[http://www.errantstory.com/2004-04-07/215 "a fully licensed and bonded, official, card-carrying, non-nice person" who kills people for money]]. Mandi isn't buying it, though, and reminds him of his soft spot for helping anyone with a pair of ovaries, making him more of a card-carrying AntiHero.
* ''GU Comics'' [[http://www.gucomics.com/comic/?cdate=20050524 demonstrates.]]
* Seren of ''Webcomic/KarinDou4koma'' has a ''demon lord license''. It expired more than twenty years ago after she forgot to renew it, but she's thinking about reapplying now that she has free time. It's actually just a {{LARP}} thing, though; the ''true'' demon lord is locked in Seren's [[PocketDimension closet]].
* Richard of ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup'' would be a CardCarryingVillain if he was not a [[NominalHero protagonist.]]
* Dr. Evil in one of ''Webcomic/MonsterOfTheWeek'' strips. He's a LargeHam, his lines are filled with IHaveYouNowMyPretty and "Evil" is his actual surname. Scully still [[FailedASpotCheck fails to notice]].
* Helen, Mell, and, later, Dave in ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}''. Helen is, in fact, a Shirt Wearing Villain -- her habitual outfit includes an old T-shirt which reads ''"evil"'', with a heart dotting the ''i''.
* A certain story arc in ''Webcomic/{{Nodwick}}'' involved him being captured by the Brotherhood of Evil Henchmen in an attempt to get him to do a FaceHeelTurn and devote his henching skills to their benefit. The guild master gleefully explained at one point that they only worked for villains.
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** Xykon prides himself on his evilness. This pride is justified. As do ''most'' OOTS villains, both for the same reasons as ''[[Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]]'' and because it fits so well with its playing with the FourthWall nature.
** Even Belkar, a [[TokenEvilTeammate member of the good guys' team]], at least accepts, or even revels in, his [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0610.html Chaotic Evilness]] as a fact.
** The Linear Guild carries (business) cards.
** As do [[spoiler:their masters]], the Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission, though, considering they're fiends (and therefore literal incarnations of evil), this trope rather goes with the territory.
** Redcloak is an interesting example: he admits he and his god are evil by ''Dungeons & Dragons'' alignments, but he still [[WellIntentionedExtremist thinks his actions are justified]]. He seems to think of alignments as being more like team names than actual moral judgments (which they were initially intended to be, in fact; it gets rather weird from there).
*** It could be argued that Redcloak is a deconstruction of this trope. He freely admits that he considers himself "evil" because he opposes those that define themselves as "good", and his actions and goals [[note]]Wage a revenge war against the azurites because their paladins massacred his village, create a sovereign goblin nation, and lift his god to the level of the major gods so someone will be able to plead for the goblins.[[/note]] can be seen as sympathetic, or even justifiable.
** Elan's long-lost father turned up and explained why he chose to become an evil tyrant: every story calls for one, so he will be the villain and "live like a god for three decades" until some heroes come along to vanquish him. He'll still be immortalized in bardic lore ''and'' he'll get to be emperor for a while, so, in his opinion, eventual KarmicDeath is worth the payoff. He does, however, reject the alignment system as "outdated and meaningless" so it's possible that he's a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]].
* In ''Webcomic/{{Precocious}}'', most of the children who even [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2009/06/30 play as the Super Villain Union]], but a special mention goes to Dionne, who even freely admits her selfishness and evil intentions [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2010/03/12 in a debate for class president]].
* ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'': In the ''[[HarryPotter Torg Potter]]'' parodies, Lucius Malfoy wears a nametag saying "I'm a bad guy! My name is: Lucius Malfoy". Also InvokedTrope with the equivalent for Slytherin House, because it's explicitly where they put all the students who are "bad guys", and who are encouraged to remain that way so as not to mess up the paperwork. Small wonder if they identify as bad guys after that.
* Posey from ''Webcomic/TheSanityCircus'' makes no attempt to hide her joy at the fear on people's faces as a result of her schemes and threats, let alone her many {{Implied Death Threat}}s and SlasherSmile. Then again, that was what she was created for.
* [[spoiler:Captain Obvious]] from ''Webcomic/TheWayOfTheMetagamer'' -- he even has a [[GoodHairEvilHair goatee]]!
* In ''Webcomic/YetAnotherFantasyGamerComic'', all of the monsters of the mountain identify themselves as evil, though only the Drow (and King Lewie the Lich) act like it. The only real difference between the rest of the monsters and the "good" humans and elves are a tendency to eat other sentient beings and a casual approach to mortal violence. Can be meta-LampshadeHanging on the initial idea of alignments as sides in the war: you don't really have to pass an Evil Test to side with your family, do you?
* In ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'', Sam Starfall, one of the protagonists, is this in an exceedingly literal sense - he's definitely an agent of chaos and a chronically selfish lawbreaker with a worldview that glorifies scoundrels and thieves. The single component he lacks, curiously, is actual ''malice'' - he views of his "deeds" as noble and praiseworthy acts due to [[BlueAndOrangeMorality a scavenger mentality]].