- The main character of Wreck-It Ralph, as he describes it, is a short-tempered giant who's quick to anger. Although it's the context of his villain role in Fix-It Felix, Jr. more than anything else.
- Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas. He may not be very good at being Sandy Claws, but boy is he passionate about it.
Jack Skellington: This year, Christmas will be OURS!!!
- In Beauty and the Beast, the Beast- unusually for a cartoon villain- doesn't have any overarching plan. He reacts impulsively to perceived insults (such as Maurice 'trespassing' so he wouldn't freeze to death), and out of pride and spite always refuses to backtrack later. Once he starts making an effort to control his temper, he is notably pretty unsure of how to act.