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In most series, either Everyone Is Bi
or there are No Bisexuals
; there's usually not much room in between. However, there is one group of bisexuals who seem all too well represented in the mainstream: the cold-blooded murderous sociopaths.
This is a very different phenomenon from the Psycho Lesbian
trope. Whereas the Psycho Lesbian
is usually violent or deranged out of unrequited love and/or jealousy, the typical Depraved Bisexual is bi because, well, why not? Their willingness to sleep with everyone they can is just one facet of their being Ax-Crazy
. A slightly less pathological version of the trope depicts the Depraved Bisexual as "simply" supremely manipulative; recognizing the effectiveness of sex as a control mechanism, they resort to it at every opportunity - reasoning that successful seductions gain new thralls, while even unsuccessful ones tend to increase others' fear of you. Male instances are disproportionately likely to be Sissy Villains
, but not as often as you might think.
Interestingly enough, though, many if not most Lesbian Vampires
are in fact bisexual. Fanservice
, you know.
More common in film than on TV, where queerfolk of any sort, and especially bisexuals
, were a rarity until recently. Of the TV instances, several are Mirror Universe duplicates
, to show just how
evil and different they are from the originals. At one time this was practically the only way an explicitly bisexual character could appear in any film, anywhere; in his book Bisexual Characters in Film
, Wayne Bryant is able to fill a whole chapter of examples of this, as well as another book about bisexual murder victims. In more pleasant examples, bisexual characters simply don't follow Cast Speciation
as much as a solidly gay character does and are less likely to be used. An exception is in a mystery plot, where a potential ex-lover being a suspect suddenly becomes much harder to pin down.
Contrast Bi the Way
, where the character just happens to be attracted to men and women without being so... extreme; and Anything That Moves
, where the bisexual/pansexual character just happens to be also hypersexual.
It goes without saying that in Real Life
the majority of bisexual persons are not Ax-Crazy
. That plus the potential for Flame Bait
means there will be no Real Life examples
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- Shinobi Shaw from X-Men.
- Wolverine's son (yes, son) Daken is apparently one of these; he has a long-term girlfriend, but he seduces a man just so he can kill him and take his passport. And now that's taken on his father's mantle in the Dark Wolverine series, Daken appears determined to sleep his way through the Dark Avengers team. It helps that he has
sex-pollen pheromone powers that effect everybody differently. Venom/Mac Gargan has "strange feelings" for Daken. Hawkeye/Bullseye get royally cheesed off at him etc. Oddly, Word of God states that Daken is actually asexual. He treats sex as nothing but a tool to manipulate people.
- During the early Chris Claremont run of X-Men, the team is sucked into Hell, or a Dante's Inferno replica. They meet the demon/judge Minos, who is a sleazy piece of work. Minos immediately hits on Storm. And then Nightcrawler. His response — "this is hell — everything goes!". So in one shot, homosexuality/bisexuality is associated with the evil and the damned.
- Since it was a replica with everything intentionally Up to Eleven, created by a (likely fairly conservative) gypsy sorceress Margali Szardos, this isn't entirely surprising. The way it's presented also implies that the disturbing part is the depraved sleaziness than the bisexual.
- Also from X-Men we have Mystique, who subverts this trope. While she is undoubtedly a villain, her relationships with Destiny and others are used to humanize her.
- Rawlins, from Garth Ennis's run of The Punisher MAX is a truly vile backstabbing manipulative coward, who enjoys sexually dominating people of either gender.
- Ennis also uses this trope in Preacher with T.C., Jesus De Sade, and others (the first two being depraved omnisexuals).
- Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, the former frequently using Mind Control pheromones as a weapon against both men and women, the latter almost as love-crazed for Ivy as for The Joker, with the sexual component of their relationship, having received frequent hints even in the animated series, canon in main universe of the comic books. Though the latter is also something of a subversion. Generally their time together is portrayed quite positively, when they aren't committing crimes anyway, and shows Harley taking just a bit of independence from Mista' J.
- Batman villain Jane Doe is implied to be this in Arkham Asylum: Living Hell: when she is pretending to be Anne Carver, she looks (unsuccessfully) to find men to date like how Anne would, and talked of licking caviar off the thighs of college girls instead of Warren. Her sexuality might vary depending on whoever's life she's trying to steal.
- Lois in Love And Rockets. Not as evil as many of the examples here, given the Slice of Life nature of the canon, but definitely depraved and unsympathetic.
- "Ol' Willy Pete ain't th' choosiest fucker around..."
- In Van Hamme and Rosinski's fantasy comic Thorgal, one of Thorgal's worst enemies, Kriss de Valnor, appears to be bisexual after quite a long time, as she openly flirts with Aaricia, and grabs her breasts, while taking a bath with her in the absence of Thorgal.
- The Joker from DC Comics is completely and utterly insane and sadistic. The Killing Joke showed the not-yet Joker's pregnant wife saying that he was "good in the sack." There's also the few and far-between Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other moments he has with Harley. Plus all that Foe Yay he has toward Batman. Harley & Ivy both think that the Joker only has eyes for Batman. Joker has often professed affection toward Batman (complete with moments of desperate attention-needing) and in "Cacophony" Joker explicitly states that he wants Batman sexually. Although, being the Joker, he wants him sexually only after he's dead.
- Junior of Secret Six mentions having "forced relations" with both women and men. Plus Junior's Freudian Excuse of being sexually abused by her father, Ragdoll Sr., which caused her to mutilate her own body to its current state. This is almost certainly not supposed to reflect negatively on bisexuals, since the team contains another anti-heroic lesbian Scandal and the bisexual Jeanette, and at least one as-of-yet unrevealed male member of the Six is bi per Word of God.
- The Homelander from The Boys.
- Mumm-Ra in Thundercats: The Return. Lion-O returns from a 10-year absence to find Mumm-Ra has enslaved everyone and keeps Wilykit AND Wilykat as consorts.
- The minor Spider-Man villains Scorpia (the Distaff Counterpart of Scorpion, himself Ambiguously Bi) and Joystick.
- In the Dragon Ball Z fanfiction Honor Trip, Evil Albino Ratsura plays this trope straight as an arrow, though he himself is not straight in the least.
- In The Prayer Warriors, because the author doesn't approve of homosexuality, in "Battle With The Witches", Harry, Ginny and, (in contrast to the author's statements) Dumbledore are this. In one of the author's notes, this is specifically to spite his own brother, who is appearently bisexual.
- In My Immortal, Snap and Loopin stalk Enoby around, try to rape her boyfriends and had sex with Willow's corpse, while being a couple. In a fic where pretty much everything with a penis is bisexual, they are notable for being unconfortably close to the depraved bisexual stereotype, being pedophiles and necrophiles.
- A very odd form of this is present in the MRA Trilogy. Femnists are often bisexual and evil, but several of the MRA agents are bisexual men who "tame their urges in order to not objectify fellow men". Though some of said agents turn out to be The Mole.
- The titular character in Chloe. Some would say that Catherine is the Depraved Bisexual in the film, and Chloe is her victim.
- Sharon Stone's character in Basic Instinct is a manipulative, sociopathic vamp with both male and female lovers.
- The titular character in Vixen
- Actually almost every bisexual character in a Russ Meyer films counts as depraved except for Cherry and Raquel in Harry, Cherry and Raquel
- Jessica Callister in Sins of Desire
- Shannon Tweed, Shannon Whirry and Delia Shepard have played depraved bisexuals in many soft porn films
- Frank N. Furter in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Somewhat different in that part of the message of the film is that everyone should be bisexual.
- Frank Booth, Dennis Hopper's sadistic, scenery-chewing Magnificent Bastard in Blue Velvet
- Margaret in Liquid Sky - she knows that everyone who has sex with her dies, so she makes it a habit of seducing anyone she wants to get rid of, some of whom are total Jerkasses, regardless of their gender. As such it's not entirely certain if she even counts as truly bisexual since she may not be attracted to any of them.
- Major Penderton in Reflections in a Golden Eye
- Sonny in Dog Day Afternoon wouldn't quite count - he never actually kills anyone, and is something of a Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain - but he's definitely shown as having serious psychological problems
- Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs, although it's quite likely that he isn't a real bisexual, but just wants to fit in somewhere. He's certainly not a transsexual, something Hannibal explicitly points out.
- Crassus in the 1960's Spartacus, whose "tastes include oysters and snails."
- The trigger-happy, harp-playing evil alien warlord Logar, antagonist of the Turkish movie GORA.
- The title character of The Talented Mr Ripley, in both the film and the novels that inspired it.
- Credence Leonore Gielgud from Troll 2, who breaks into a house just to deliver a poisoned cake and hit on the family's teenage daughter, then has sex with with the girl's boyfriend's friend (with the help of a corn cob).
- Adrien Brody's character in Oxygen, a kidnapper whose brawny accomplice, "Handsome", is a guy he seduced into working with him.
- Repo! The Genetic Opera has Pavi Largo, a bisexual rapist who likes to cut off women's faces and attach them to his own with surgical staples.
- The eponymous "Ivy" from Poison Ivy, who seduces The Ingenue, then her father, then starts killing people.
- Conway Twill in Dead Man on fellow hitman Cole Wilson: "Fucked his parents. Mother. Father. Parents. Both of 'em. Fucked 'em." And then he ate them. It's implied that Twill himself meets a similar fate, although possibly without the fucking.
- It's implied that Serial Killer David Allen Griffin from The Watcher is this. When the hero, Joel, is discussing his motive, he says that he revives his (always female) victims over and over again to torment them, and there's a shot of one of his victims bleeding from between her legs. On the flip side, however, Griffin has a lot of Ho Yay with Joel, to the point where he'll murder Joel's girlfriends if they distract Joel from chasing him.
- Possibly Rainbow Randolph from the film Death to Smoochy. He rants very vulgarly about his past relationship with female protagonist Nora Wells, but the Foe Yay with Sheldon(Smoochy) is hard to ignore. And, y'know, Rainbow Randolph.
- That certainly puts the lyric "Friends come in all sizes" in a new light.
- That song was a whole string of Double Entendre: "Some like to pitch and others to catch", anyone?
- Henry Darnley in a 1971 movie Mary, Queen of Scots.
- Freak Show in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle. He's actually not a bad person, just unspeakably creepy. "Who wants first reach-around?"
- Probably Z-Man from Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. He hosts a drug orgy at his house including 2 lesbians and some actor so it's a safe bet.
- Lilith from Bordello of Blood
- As mentioned below, Dorian Gray is an ambiguous example, but the 2009 film version makes this rather explicit; though he definitely leans toward women, he also sexually interacts with a few men. And, well, the depraved part...
- Taken to the most extreme possible extent in British horror movie Mum & Dad.
- The title character of Jennifer's Body, though it's more like Depraved Succubus
- Stirba (Sybil Danning) in Howling II.
- The Lair of the White Worm features an evil vampiress who has a "taste" for both men and women.
- Van Helsing: The Brides of Dracula display some additional lesbian tendencies, especially Brides Verona and Aleera.
- Dracula himself. He shows interest in making Anna his bride, and a lot of his dialogue and actions toward Van Helsing seem pretty flirtatious considering Van Helsing is the one who originally killed him.
- The character Tim De Laatste Zomer (The Last Summer) is a more milder example.
- Samantha James of Just Friends. She's a damn near psychotic Yandere for Chris, says she likes girls, and kisses Darla.
- La Tenia, the rapist in Irreversible. He randomly decides to rape a woman who walks past him. In another scene, he's at a gay club and smiles at the sight of a man brutally beaten to death with a fire extinguisher.
- Raoul Silva, the villain in the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall might be this: he had a relationship with one of his henchwomen and he also starts hitting on Bond... but in the latter case it isn't clear if he's being genuine or just trying to intimidate Bond (it doesn't work).
- Hamidou in Midnight Express. Has two sons and attempts to rape the protagonist in the climax. Bilingual Bonus: he openly shouts in Turkish what he's going to do to poor Billy.
- Vince, the Colin Firth character in Where The Truth Lies.
- Lolita (1997). When Humbert confronts fellow pedophile Clare Quilty, the latter says "I like little girls...and their fathers."
- Nine Dead: Coogan is a more disgusting example than usual, since he is a pedophilic rapist who smugly notes that he didn't discriminate based on gender.
- The Jesus (John Turturro) in The Big Lebowski is heavily implied to be one of these. Walter notes that he did six months in Chino for exposing himself to an eight-year-old; he refers to the Jesus as a 'pederast', which is a word used to describe an adult man attracted to young boys, but knowing Walter, it could be that he's just getting 'pederast' confused with 'pedophile' and is simply talking out of his ass.
- The entirety of the works of the Marquis de Sade. Except for the title character of Justine, almost all de Sade's characters are bisexual rapist serial killers, or the victims of the bisexual rapist serial killers.
- In Cormac Mccarthy's Blood Meridian there is judge Holden, who is among other things a Con Man whose Establishing Character Moment is fooling a mob into murdering a priest for crimes he made up on the fly. Later he tries his hand as scalp hunter and is also a pedophile rapist whose victims include boys and girls alike. The ending of the book implies that he might not even be human.
- In Peter F. Hamilton's Night's Dawn trilogy, there is exactly one bisexual: the satanic cult member/anti-Christ/messiah of the coming apocalypse, Quinn Dexter, whose sexual depravity is constantly shown as being one of the most important facets of his character. He murders, tortures, rapes and mind rapes almost everyone he comes across and opens millions to possession by the spirits of the dead. In the third book we finally meet the person who turned him into who he is now... a depraved hermaphrodite. There may be one or two gay characters in the novels, but none of them stick out in this editor's mind...
- Jonathan Randall in the Outlander book series, by virtue of being an equal opportunity sadistic rapist who, as confirmed by Word of God, only prefers men because they break better. The author is extremely careful to make this clear in the Outlandish Companion guidebook, and seems somewhat disturbed that people take his depravity and bisexuality as being directly related.
- Both used and subverted in Larry Niven and Steven Barnes's book Dream Park. There are three confirmed bisexual characters, all male. One is a blackmailer who becomes a murder victim, the second is the blackmail victim and murderer, and the third is a perfectly well-adjusted guy who attempts to seduce practically the entire cast, but is always portrayed as nothing less than a perfect gentleman.
- The titular character in Rebecca is implied to be bisexual.
- Despite being held up as an example of pro-tolerance literature, Djuna Barnes' Nightwood is populated almost entirely by these. A prime example of Rule-Abiding Rebel.
- In the Hurog duology, the rapists seem to go after both sexes, and Ward suspects some of his male ancestors (who were married to women) to have raped their pretty slave boy. It remains unclear whether that is to drive home the point that rape is not about attraction but about cruelty, or whether those rapists are truly Depraved Bisexuals.
- The Errant in Malazan Book of the Fallen falls into the slightly less pathological type listed in the description. He sees sex as just one of the many tools he can use to manipulate people.
- The Inchoroi in Second Apocalypse are a race of really nasty depraved bisexuals FROM SPACE.
- Tania in Piers Anthony's Apprentice Adept series - at least until her Power of Love-fueled Heel-Face Turn.
- The necromancer-villain of Deborah Turner Harris's Mages of Garillon series, Borthen Berigeld, almost certainly physically as well as morally seduced a secondary antagonist character Mage-Inquisitor Earlis ap Eadric into his service; though it's never explicitly confirmed, the character's behaviour - even to the point of turning upon Berigeld when he sees the necromancer later bedding a woman - is note-perfectly that of a mesmerized and then betrayed lover.
- Characters in Bret Easton Ellis novels. A huge number of his characters are casually bisexual males from different ends of the spectrum, and a almost all of his characters are completely morally depraved and shallow. This is most notable in The Informers where every male would appear to be a shallow, blonde, Californian bisexual boytoy who is possibly a vampire. However, some notable exceptions are Paul in The Rules of Attraction, Clay in Less Than Zero and Victor in Glamorama - all different sorts of bisexuals, and flawed as characters in several ways, but ultimately the heroes of their stories in their shallow little universe.
- Admiral Ges Vorrutyer in Lois Bujold's Shards of Honor is a textbook example, along with Prince Serg, his superior and lover.
- And Aral Vorkosigan is a subversion.
- As is Bel Thorne, though in its case it was a hermaphrodite to start with.
- A Song of Ice and Fire has several characters like this.
- Cersei is a possible example. She uses sex to manipulate men, and has an affair with a woman with whom she conspires. In her affair with the woman, however, it's not completely clear who is manipulating whom, and after their first sexual encounter she didn't want it to happen again, nor has she shown an attraction to any other woman.
- An unusual example, as Cersei has Single-Target Sexuality for her brother Jaime, and anyone else (man or woman) that she sleeps with is for purely manipulative reasons, or to (unsatisfactorily) try to fill the void if Jaime is absent.
- In-universe, Oberyn Martell is viewed as one by most of the other nobles of Westeros — he has a lot of bastards (so many that they've even got a nickname — the "Sand Snakes"), is often said to have sex with men, and is not looked on favorably for his crippling of the heir to Highgarden at a tourney years ago and his penchant for fighting with poisoned weapons. Also because his long-term paramour—basically his wife, except they're not married—is a bastard daughter, which makes her a completely unfit consort in the eyes of the rest of Westeros for even a lowly Knight, let alone the younger brother of one of the great lords. His genuinely loves his children though, and his own people don't seem to mind his sexual appetites. Compared to Gregor Clegane, though, Oberyn looks like a Knight in Shining Armor. Then again, everyone in the series looks good compared to Gregor Clegane.
- By the time of A Dance With Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen has recieved the reputation of Depraved Omnisexual in Volantis and Slaver's Bay, courtesy of the many wild-running rumors about her.
- Ramsay Snow, the "Bastard of Bolton". It's strongly implied that he rapes women regularly, but his relationship with "Reek" is filled with nightmarish sexual undertones. Ultimately, he just likes to rape people regardless of gender.
- The villain of Joan D. Vinge's Psion.
- Kavinsky in The Dream Thieves is heavily implied to be this. He deals drugs, steals, street races, and that's not even getting into the kidnapping, blackmail, and attempted murder. He's been known as a user and abuser when it comes to women, but he also has positively MASSIVE amounts of Foe Yay with Ronan. Whenever he's not fighting or goading Ronan, he's flirting with him.
- Max Aue from Jonathan Littell's The Kindly Ones is a homicidal sociopath. As an added bonus, his preferences are the result of his obsessive love/lust for his twin sister.
- There's a scene in A Nightmare on Elm Street: Suffer The Children that's quite... disturbing.
Freddy Krueger: "Come to daddy, Peter... * starts licking Peter's face and rubbing it with his bleeding stump of a hand*
- Jennesta from Stan Nicholls' Orcs is a tyrannical half-human, half-Nyadd queen who gets her rocks off on raping both men and women of any species. It isn't purely for her sexual gratification, however - after she's finished with them, she proceeds to brutally murder them almost immediately, before devouring their hearts to replenish her magic.
- In S.L. Viehl's Star Doc series, Rico in Shockball is the most obvious example.
- The latest Ax-Crazy villain in Dan Brown's latest novel, The Lost Symbol, enjoyed the occasional man on man action.
- Lady 3Jane from the Sprawl Trilogy.
- William "Wild Bill" Wharton from Stephen King's The Green Mile doesn't just like little girls... he also likes annoying jerkasses like Percy Wetmore.
- Mitsuko in Jun'ichiro Tanizaki's novel Manji (or Quicksand), a chilling sexual Chessmaster despite her tender age. With the help of a small-time ruffian (which she also sleeps with), she plays victim and manipulates the emotions of housewife Sonoko, and then, having also seduced Sonoko's husband, drives the couple into reciprocal suspicion. She reaps the benefit of their emotional wreckage, gains total control over their sex life, plus their adoration befitting a goddess.
- Peter Quint in Henry James's novella The Turn of the Screw is usually interpreted as such, and a pedophile to boot — but that depends on how you take the veiled hints and Victorian euphemisms. Benjamin Britten's operatic adaptation makes things slightly more explicit, especially with the sensual call-and-response duet between Quint and Miles at the end of Act 1.
- Oddly, it seems every other character in Lloyd Rose's Doctor Who novels is this. There are at least two villains who gently caress the Doctor while doing bad things to him, and the Doctor seems to have a bit of fun with this trope himself, flirting with Anti-Villain Sabbath and turning his usual No Sense of Personal Space act Up to Eleven. (The Doctor is also fairly clearly stated to be bisexual, but he's usually almost a Chaste Hero, unless someone really catches his eye or he sees an opportunity to flirt annoyingly.) To be fair, Sabbath literally stole the Doctor's heart, and should have known a Pungeon Master like the Doctor wasn't going to let that one go lightly.
- Assef from The Kite Runner.
- Mrs. Jewkes from Samuel Richardson's Pamela:
Every now and then she would be staring in my face, in the chariot, and squeezing my hand, and saying, Why, you are very pretty, my silent dear! And once she offered to kiss me. But I said, I don't like this sort of carriage, Mrs. Jewkes; it is not like two persons of one sex. She fell a laughing very confidently, and said, That's prettily said, I vow! Then thou hadst rather be kissed by the other sex? 'Ifackins, I commend thee for that!
- Melisande Shahrizai, of Jacqueline Carey's Kushiels Legacy series. She is utterly evil and sadistic. Then again, everyone in Terre D'Ange is bi, so there was bound to be some evil people thrown in the mix. Aversions: Phedre, Alcuin, and Delaunay.
- The Dresden Files:
- Maeve, the Winter Lady.
- A lot of the Raiths. They're happy to do whatever gives them sex power. At one point, Lara flirts with both Harry and Luccio in the same scene.
- Lampshaded in A Song For Nero by Tom Holt. As Nero (on the run after faking his death in the Year of the Four Emperors) says: "When you're emperor of the known world, people expect things! You can't just say 'no, i'd rather sit down and read a book' when they bring on the Libyan eunuchs crawling around on all fours in tigerskins!"
- In S. M. Stirling's Shadowspawn series the entire titular race is this.
- Elphaba from Wicked may count. She's a Villain Protagonist, though whether she's "evil" or not is a major point in the series. She's had a sexual relationship with a man where she conceived a son but also is confirmed to have more than platonic feelings with her friend Glinda.
- Time Scout, Jack the Ripper.
- Orson Scott Card's Songmaster includes a major character named Josif who is introduced as homosexual, enters a heterosexual relationship with the statement that he is '60% attracted to men, 38% attracted to women, and 2% attracted to sheep,' and ends his sexual career unable to control his urges toward a barely pubescent child, making him at least a homosexual hebephile. No meaningful counterexamples exist in the setting, in part because most of the book centers around pederasty.
- Bequa Kynska from Fulgrim.
- Patrick Hocksetter of IT. He fondles the girls in his class, masturbates Henry and offers him oral sex.
- Luce Daggett, the villain of Colleen McCullough's Indecent Obsession. His backstory is as a gigolo who serviced both men and women regardless of his own preferences, and is used as an example of his manipulative nature, but his bisexuality is also genuine and shown as part of his evil in itself, as he's an omnivorous sexual threat. His explanation to the heroine of why he's hitting on her when he hit on another man a few days ago is "young, old, male, female - it's all meat to me", which causes her to react with "revulsion" and tell him that he's damned. His final confrontation against Michael is also charged with sexual violence. In contrast, the homosexual characters in the book are portrayed as ranging from good to saintly.
- Lisbeth Salander from The Millennium Trilogy is a rare sympathetic example, being simultaneously bisexual, Axe Crazy, and Crazy Awesome.
- R.A. Salvatore's novel Gauntlgrym contains one of the first, if not the first openly bisexual character in the Forgotten Realms novels. The character, Dahlia Sin'felle, was the victim of rape when she was a child, is a sexual sadist, a serial killer, and a rapist in her own right.
- Prince Bayard in The Chronicles of Magravandias. He kills without a care and is known to torture, beat, and rape people for not giving him what he wants. His lovers can't even be mentioned in polite company half the time.
- From the Honor Harrington novella Let's Dance!, the commander of the Casimir depot, Edytá Sokolowska, is said to be into both physical and psychological torture of her "toys", including the threat of the prepubescent children of said "toys" being given to the station's XO, Julian Watanabe, who is no less of a torturer, if given more to the physical kind.
- In Island in the Sea of Time (1998) and its sequels Against the Tide of Years and On the Oceans of Eternity by S.M. Stirling, the chief henchwoman of the Big Bad, William Walker, is Alice Hong, a psychotically dangerous, sadistic, and bisexual surgeon, nicknamed the Lady of Pain.
- Malkar Gennadion AKA a lot of other things) is both the most prominent bisexual in Doctrine of Labyrinths as well its Big Bad. Aside from sex (invariably sadistic, manipulative, or both) with both men and women, he satisfies the "depraved" requirement by committing rape, Mind Rape, kidnapping, torture, and gruesome murder For the Evulz. Simon, although a less significant character, averts the trope— he's "janus" and a basically decent person.
- In PS: Your Cat Is Dead, Jimmy sees Vito as this initially. Crazy Carmine actually turns out to be depraved, however, or at least refuses to take 'no' for an answer until forced to.
- Russian assassin/terrorist Nadya Malovo from Robert K. Tanenbaum's Butch Karp & Marlene Ciampi legal thriller novels. She actually prefers women over men, but she'll use her seductions on anyone in order to manipulate them.
- Heavily implied with Rodrick Rand, the deranged movie star in the comic neo-noir Get Blank. I mean, sure he wanted to hunt a couple people, but did he really need them in a bikini and a banana hammock?
- Nicolas Bullen in The Kingdom of Little Wounds, who if he isn't attracted to men, he's willing to act like it if it gets him a step up the ladder. And then when that man dies, he's willing to act like that man's ten-year-old daughter attracts him instead.
- In The Age of Innocence, Count Olenski, Ellen Olenska's husband, is implied to be this when a snide comment implies that his copious infidelities included men as well as women.
- Male Chatcaava in M.C.A. Hogarth's Paradox universe are pretty much an entire race of Depraved Bisexuals. Females are treated as possessions and sex toys/breeders, while males assert their dominance in the Empire's hierarchy by raping each other. In Even the Wingless the ambassador from the Alliance tries to understand this attitude and decides he needs to seduce the Emperor.
- Jadestone Doll from Aztec. She's the daughter of Ahuitzotl (the Mexica king) and the youngest wife of Nezahaulpili (the other most powerful king). She brings in male lovers and one female lover...then has them murdered and boils the meat off their skeletons to make clay statues.
- Isobel from The Vampire Diaries is heavily implied to be one. She keeps a sex slave of each sex. Moreover, both are mind-controlled. The male is actually gay, and would presumably be repulsed if he were not mind-controlled, making this all the more Squicky.
- Queen Sophie-Anne from True Blood.
- Quite a few of the vampires in this show have shown an interest in sex with both genders (at one point during the third season, before Erik Northman has sex with Russel Edgington's male lover, he remarks that it's been a long time since he indulged in it "with a vampire", and both Pam and Nan Flanigan have both been shown having intimate moments with other women). The notable exception to this is Bill, who has only ever had eyes for Sookie.
- Season 3 of Nip/Tuck: The Carver victimized both men and women. Also, the person behind the White Mask of Doom, Quentin Costa, had some intimate encounters as himself with a couple of female characters and a male patient.
- iCarly: Nora from iPsycho. She kisses a girl at her party, as well as demanding a kiss from Freddie.
- The Mirror Universe Intendant Kira in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The character originally hit on her regular counterpart only because she was so highly narcissistic. Only later was the character made a Depraved Bisexual, with the actress herself being well aware of the stupidity. But work's work... In point of fact, this is a trait inherent in nearly all the women of the Mirror Universe (Dax, Ezri, and Leeta), with the sole exception being Jennifer Sisko.
- Star Trek: Voyager. The male Body Surf villain in "Warlord" appears to enjoy the implications of jumping into an attractive female body. And when Alice Krige reprised her role from Star Trek: First Contact in "Endgame", she was told to vamp it up like she did with Picard. So we have a scene where the Borg Queen is suggestively stroking Seven of Nine and purring "you always were my favourite, Seven". Despite a large lesbian Shipping community pairing Seven with her mentor, Captain Janeway, these are the only overt gay scenes in the series (see Unfortunate Implications).
- Similarly, the Mirror Universe Vamp Willow in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Which was foreshadowing for Willow's Suddenly Sexuality the next season. (Xander's vampire self has some subtext about this, too, regarding the imprisoned Angel.)
- Joss has mentioned in interviews that they knew that either Willow or Xander would be gay/bi, but weren't sure which, hence the several subtle hints for both in the first 3 seasons.
- It is notable though that Joss Whedon has explained Angel and Spike's canon sexual encounter with "they're vampires". Darla and Drusilla are strongly implied to have had a lesbian relationship and Vamp Xander in the Mirror Universe episode also lasciviously touches a male victim at one point. The implication is that vampires don't particularly care about gender when approaching sex objects, which ties into this trope quite nicely.
- Mandy in 24 to an extent. There was real no connection between her depravity and her bisexual nature, and she appeared to genuinely love her girlfriend. On the other hand, both of the male lovers she had, one of whom was also bi, she killed herself.
- Smallville: Non-straight people come one of two ways: this (in the form of some vampires and a woman at a fight club that is attracted to Lois) or the rare female Stalker with a Crush for Lana (the female part is rare, not the stalker/crush part. Not by a very long shot).
- Given her scenes with Clark, Lana, Oliver, and Lois, Tess Mercer is probably an example, although this might just be fan interpretation.
- Nicole Wallace, Detective Goren's Arch-Enemy from Law & Order: Criminal Intent. The entire franchise has a rather high percentage of bisexual perps for an American series, but (thankfully) only Nicole has become a recurring villain. Goren's remarks in her first appearance paint her as the purely sociopathic form of the trope: emotionally empty, using sex only as a means to manipulate. Her characterization in subsequent appearances gets a lot more complex.
- Captain John Hart in Torchwood who will throw a mugger off the roof of a multi-storey car park without so much as a bat of an eyelid and has lines like this:
Capt. John: Oh, that's gorgeous.
Gwen: That's a poodle.
Capt. John: [eager] It's nice!
- The Carver, an arc villain from Nip/Tuck. But his wanglessness could have more to do with his depravity.
- Oz is practically overflowing with these characters, seeing as how it is about a prison that houses some of the most heinous criminals imaginable. The worst of which would be homicidal sociopath Chris Keller and homicidal psychopath Simon Adebisi. Also, Tobias Beecher. He had a wife who committed suicide and he falls in love with another woman while in Oz and falls in love with Chris Keller. He also has sexual relations with several men while in Oz and shows Ax-Crazy tendencies the longer he's in Oz as well, such as when he killed a prison guard with long fingernails.
- Bobbi Stakowski from Profit is a prime example of the "manipulative" subtype; when her very rich, very married boyfriend turns out to come with a pre-nup stating that the first partner to ask for a divorce forfeits all the couple's assets, she goes out and seduces his wife.
- In Saul Of The Mole Men, Saul's hated rival Nathaniel Baltimore, Old-Fashioned Bisexual. Nathaniel is really just a jackass, pointlessly firing his gun while Saul is talking just to interrupt him and never once admitting that Saul was right about the Mother Rock.
- Nathaniel definitely counts as depraved. He's constantly licking his lips and sizing up the asses of both Saul and Fallopia, and at one point he jumps in the middle of one of their kisses.
- In Prison Break, the Magnificent Bastard villain T-Bag is another example of the really bad kind. He's not just a rapist and a murderer. He's a child rapist and a murderer.
- Cy the Cyclops from Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire is an openly bisexual Monster. While he seems pleasant at first, he then turns out to be utterly depraved and shows a desire to "sex and devour" the entire lead cast.
- The victim of one episode of Cold Case was a stockbroker who slept with both his young male protege (who had a crush on him) and the protege's mother solely in order to get them to invest money, which he then stole. Needless to say, this was the motive for his murder.
- Averted in the "Vampire Weekend" episode of Castle. Crow is weird, yes since he's part of a sexual vampire cult, but he's the victim, not the villain of the episode.
- Andrew Van De Kamp on Desperate Housewives came out as gay to his parents but tells a priest he "likes vanilla, but sometimes likes chocolate." He was also a sociopath who made his mother's life a living hell, until his sociopath tendencies dissipated in Season 3, and so did any trace of his bisexual identity.
- "Mr." Yang from Psych is allegedly trying to seduce a female orderly.
- Tony from the first series of Skins. While he gives his gay friend Maxxie fellatio on a school trip, it was "to try something new"; his college headmaster also refers to him as "polysexual". Up to the finale of season 1, he manipulates everyone around him, but he reaches Moral Event Horizon when after his girlfriend Michelle hooks up with another guy, Josh, he sends her pornographic pictures of Josh's sister from his phone to convince her he's mentally unstable. This fails, since Michelle still doesn't take him back, and Josh ends up enacting a truly twisted plan of revenge on him involving his sister.
- Not that overt, but Bennett in Dollhouse is implied to be bisexual, or at least lesbian for Caroline during their college days. The depraved part comes when she starts torturing Echo in response to Caroline apparently abandoning her with a disabled arm.
- Lee Garner, Jr., the overprivileged and idle head of North American Tobacco (the makers of Lucky Strike) in Mad Men, who has hit on both men and women to exercise his naked power and humiliate his business partners. Even at Sterling Cooper, he was powerful enough to get Sal Romano fired for rejecting his advances. After the action moves to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, Lucky Strike makes up (at one point) 79% of SCDP's revenue, and so when Garner says he'll be attending the company Christmas Party—intially something of a joke, as Lane wanted to run it on a shoestring budget to save money needed for other things—SCDP is forced to put on a full-on party with music, a bartender, a fully-stocked bar, and decorations up the wazoo. Garner shows up incredibly late and starts hitting on Roger Sterling's wife (never mind that their marriage isn't a good one, it's still insulting), and forces Roger to play Santa. Since Lucky Strike is 79% of the budget:
Roger Sterling: If Lee Garner wants three wise men flown in from Jerusalem, he gets it.
- (Miss) H. G. Wells in Warehouse 13 is bisexual ("Many of my lovers have been men."), and depraved ( she tried to destroy all of humanity), but the two are not related, so there you are.
- Agent June Stahl from Sons of Anarchy
- In The Acts of Caine series, Berne is this. At one point, he is revealed to have two sex slaves, one male and one female. He does not treat them gently. Oh, and they're twins.
- Although she's not violent about it, Amy Farrah Fowler from The Big Bang Theory is desperate. To the point of gleefully squealing at the possibility that she, Penny, and Bernadette might be rolling around in the mud naked together. She is also constantly hitting on Penny and shows attraction to Pruiya (Raj's sister)...and constantly tries to bribe or trick Sheldon into sleeping with her. Much to Sheldon's dismay, although he seems to be getting used to it.
- Clarice Willow on Caprica is in a group marriage with both men and women, and also sets out to seduce Amanda Graystone in order to gain access to her house and later because she starts to attach a religious significance to her. It is demonstrated repeatedly that Clarice sees all of her spouses, and indeed everyone else, as tools in her quest to advance herself and her religion (in that order). Her spouses are also the members of a particularly intimate terrorist cell with her as the de facto leader. Even most of Clarice's spouses are taken aback when Clarice appears to be trying to seduce a teenage girl, and enlists her youngest husband to assist with this. Interestingly, this trope is further emphasized by the fact that the other adult characters, even the dysfunctional Graystone's, are more committed to their monogamous relationships. Most notable is the aversion of the Depraved Homosexual trope with Sam Adama, who is depicted as extremely loyal and devoted to his husband Larry.
- Alby from Big Love. Although initially presented as a closeted homosexual, he stalks Bill's daughter Sarah and clearly has no problems lusting after his co-conspirator wife. His evilness, however, appears to have nothing to do with his sexuality.
- PC on NYC Prep, although his sexuality is more of a sidenote to the fact that he is a manipulative, cocky asshole.
- Dennis Reynolds on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a cruel, manipulative serial rapist who has committed multiple sexual offenses against men and women. He actually maes the rest of the main cast look like decent human beings, which is saying a lot.
- On Supernatural, the demon and later King of Hell Crowley's introduction sees him buying the soul of a middle-aged businessman, then coercing the man into a kiss to seal the deal.
- He later does the same with Bobby Singer, with photographic evidence, even.
- During a negotiation with Crowley, Season 7 Big Bad Dick Roman seems already aware of this little tradition.
Crowley: You have a deal. I suppose you want it in writing?
Roman: I don't kiss on the mouth.
Crowley: Your loss.
- Crowley has also been known to flirt with both Sam Winchester and Castiel on occasion.
- It's hinted at that Crowley and female angel Naomi once had a thing.
Crowley: (to Naomi) If you remember our time in Mesopotamia the way I do, you know I'm a lover, not a fighter.
- Xander Feng's first scene in House of Cards features him being alternately serviced by a man and a woman, while he's tied up and asphyxiated.
- Lost Girl The Morrigan is certainly depraved, and is bisexual. How aggressive/violent she is with her partners is unclear, but Lauren certainly didn't mind. In fact she used it to her advantage. To the show's credit, the heroine Bo is openly bisexual.
- The Outer Limits (1995): In "Caught in the Act", the parasite-infected girl who absorbs people's lifeforce through sex tries to force herself on both men and women.
- In the comedy show MADtv sketch "Sexual Harassment", a new male employee at an office sexually harasses various coworkers until he gets his comeuppance. Most of his targets are women but it also includes one man.
- Older Than Feudalism: The ancient Greek myth of Zephyrus, who was married to his sister, but was madly in love with the young Spartan Hyacinth. However, Apollo also loved Hyacinth, and when he chose Apollo over Zephyrus, Zephyrus went crazy and cracked Hyacinth's skull open with a flying discus.
- Almost every male god in Greek Mythology shows some signs of depravity, and most of them were bisexual.
- Loki from Norse Mythology is, among other things, Fenris's father and Sleipnir's mother, thanks to the power of shapeshifting, allowing him to seduce a jotun's horse., and a conversetion between Loki and Odin implies that Loki as turned into a woman and get pregnancy in more than one occasion. Loki is depraved in some ways, among them being responsible for Baldur's murder.
- Huehuecoyotl from Aztec Mythology, has male and female lovers, is a Shapeshifter and often changes gender and species. While friendly toward humans, he's also petty and amoral at times and has been known to case war among mortals for no other reason than boredom.
- Many Trickster deities are sexually flexible both in preference and equipment. Case in point: Baron Samedi.
- Lilith had sex with both Adam and Eve, according to one passage in Jewish literature that describes her as "the Woman of Harlotry."
- Both played straight and inverted by Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition. Malcanthet, the Demon Queen of Succubi, is the patron of lust and illicit sex, and she seduces both males and females. On the other hand, her enemy, Queen Morwel of the Eladrins, is the patron of sex between lovers and sensual energy turned toward positive ends, and she's bisexual and polyamorous.
- Also played straight with another demon lord— Graz'zt, the Dark Prince, who keeps "pleasure slaves" of both genders.
- King Kaius of Eberron is said to keep a harem of both women and men, he's really a vampire and feeds off of them.
- Subverted in that he's actually a pretty nice guy. Well... Y'know. For a vampire, anyway.
- The antics continue in the Pathfinder Tabletop Roleplaying Game with the Demon Lord Socothbenoth, who is the Lord of Perversion. He covers everything from false seduction to rape of both men and women of all ages to animals!
- Naturally, taken Up to Eleven by Warhammer 40,000 with Slaanesh, chaos god(dess) of hedonism. A violent, omnisexual rapist leading legions of daemons and cultists who are also violent rapists and tend not to care about gender much.
- A fair portion of the Dark Eldar, an army of torturous slavedriving pirates, also tend to fall into Depraved Bisexual territory.
- Exalted had the horrific Villain with Good Publicity First Age Solar Desus, a Fake Ultimate Hero who, as noted on the latter page, committed horrific acts of physical, mental, and sexual abuse on a routine basis against anyone unlucky enough to be in his path. He was also a Domestic Abuser who, among other things, would routinely force his Lunar wife Lilith to engage in Gender Bending to "spice up" their sex life, something she took no pleasure in even when he wasn't engaging in the sort of hardcore sadism only a First Age Solar can dream up.
- Vamp and Volgin in the Metal Gear series. Volgin is something of a subversion, as his care for his male lover Raikov (he beats his female lover for fun) is the only humanising thing about him in the whole damn game, to the point where donning the Raikov mask causes him to be too stunned to attack you during your boss fight with him. Similarly, Vamp's whole motivation for being a terrorist is because he thinks Snake was responsible for the death of his male lover, and by extension ruining the life of his female not-quite-lover. He might be able to carve out your body parts and hand them to you, but his boyfriend was a good man.
- Juri Han from Super Street Fighter IV. Though most of the depraved part comes from her sadistically engaging in Orgasmic Combat.
- Just as most of the bisexual part comes from her profile's Likes originally including "big breasts".
- And she openly hits on people of both genders. She taunts Chun-Li via asking if she has "a schoolgirl's crush", refers to Cammy as "kitten", and when she's about to fight Bison she comments on how she was "saving the best course for last". One of her Ultras oozes with Orgasmic Combat vibes (face stroking included!), and it can be performed on both males and females.
- Depending on what you count as canon or not, Vega might count. He's been shown throwing roses to other bishounen male fighters in Capcom vs SNK and during a non canon anime series briefly commented on Ken's eyes.
- Reaver from Fable II and Fable III. He's a sociopathic Magnificent Bastard Pirate lord who keeps his youth and good looks by sacrificing innocents to dark gods. He hits on the player (male or female) in a creepy fashion at least once in both games. And he's one of the protagonists.
- Grand Theft Auto IV features several random encounters with Eddie Low. Easily one of the creepiest characters one will ever find in a video game, you can deduce just by talking with him that he is a necrophilliac and pedophillic serial killer who horribly mutilates and murders both girls and boys for sexual pleasure. So it's no surprise later on when he randomly tries to kill you as well.
Eddie: I like boys. I like girls too. Both are fun in different ways. The same ways as well. We're all the same under those layers of hair, and skin, and fat. Everyone's got the same rotten livers and black hearts underneath it all.
- Clive Barker's Jericho features Cassus Vicus, one of the most Squick-inducing characters to have ever appeared in a game, who is strongly implied to be bisexual. At one point, he comments on how it has been a while since he has "tasted of both sexes", although this comment could be a reference to his cannibalism, or it could possibly be used both in a cannibalistic and sexual context.
- Luxa, The Dragon of The Exchange on Telos in Knights of the Old Republic II, will flirt with the PC regardless of gender, and will always attempt to kill them at the end of her related quest. She is a Zeltron, a race that considers monogamy strange.
- LucasArts have apparently claimed that bi/homosexuality doesn't exist in the Star Wars Universe. In a universe with so many alien life forms, those terms don't exist, and that all sorts of sexual inclinations exist with no one really caring about it enough to give it names.
- A few in in Dragon Age: Origins.
- Zevran has a Freudian Excuse; born into prostitution, sold into slavery and trained in kill or be killed; but still manages the Chivalrous Pervert. His constant innuendo seems designed to provoke for his own amusement.
- Branka plays it seriously straight, exhibiting a number of sociopathic derangements.
- Averted with Leliana. Killing wasn't the only method of her profession, nor one she preferred. While Zevran questions her about her life in the cloister, she admits that, while she found some nuns more attractive because of their "forbidden" status, she was there for spiritual purposes, and not interested in ravishing anyone.
- Lau in Family Project is viewed this way, and it's not entirely inaccurate. He set up the whole situation with Chunhua in order to set off a gang war that destroyed the Taiwan and Shangai mafia, leaving a power gap for him to move into. And also spread the rumor his sister was engaged to Tsukasa, a dangerous situation for him, in order to improve his reputation. Chinese mafia marrying a japanese into the family is a good business idea. He really did intend to go through with that one though. In reality, he's not so much a bad guy as he is very bad with people, and lonely.
- Apparently, the Boss from Saints Row, at least the female version, though it's only really evident in 2. ("You had me at stripper pole.") The fourth game, which allows you to romance/have sex with any and every party member, makes it very possible to play as one.
- In 1 you can interpret a few actions and comments as an indication of the male Playa/Boss's bisexuality, but it is understandably left ambiguous.
- Kefka, the Monster Clown from Final Fantasy VI is made one of these in Dissidia: Final Fantasy. His pre-battle taunts speak for themselves.
- Kefka's line in the original Japanese for Firon was more "You must be sweltering!" they were just added a ton of subtext in the translation with the way they went about it.
- His comments on Firion can be seen more as a subversion, pointing out Firion's bishiness; his tone of voice is quite sardonic, not admiring or lecherous as you would expect. Calling himself handsome is obviously a joke.
- Morinth in Mass Effect 2. She's a combination of a sexual predator and serial killer, seducing her victims with 400 years of experience and borderline psychic powers, and then kills them during sex (the asari version, anyway) by overloading their nervous systems due to her rare genetic defect, an act that brings her immense, addictive pleasure. Less of an example than most in that all Asari are effectively omnisexual.
- MadWorld's Howard Holmes would be this if he limited himself to two sexes instead of Anything That Moves... actually, scratch that, ANY living organism, mobile or not''.
Howard: Jack just ate a happy ending!
Kreese: Don't you mean Happy Onion?
Howard: Clearly you've never had sex with an onion!
- Occasionally happens with a character in Rome: Total War. Observe this wonderful list of character traits:
- Good Commander (He is an effective commander of armies. This we will soon see is not true.)
- Publically Loyal (He claims loyalty to his country, but doesn't actually have any.)
- Aggressively Perverse (He rapes other men)
- Sot (Frequently gets drunk enough to soil himself)
- Debauched (Will do anything for physical satisfaction)
- Womanizer (What it sounds like)
- Inveterate Gambler (Is addicted to gambling, and sucks at it)
- One of 47's targets in Hitman: Blood Money is Skip Muldoon, a Corrupt Hick drug smuggler and riverboat captain. Muldoon is carrying on affairs with several of the male pursers on his ship, while simultaneously engaging in incest with his niece, photographic evidence of which 47 is also told to steal.
- Preiss from Gabriel Knight: The Beast Within. Even Hennemann is scared to sleep in the same room as him. He also has a whip and a black rope in his closet.
- The Courier can be one of these in Fallout: New Vegas by taking both the Lady Killer and Confirmed Bachelor perks. Or alternatively for female characters, Black Widow and Cherchez La Femme.
- In Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice, Mao appears to be attracted to anything that can be Strapped to an Operating Table. Sexually. This does not go uncommented upon.
Why the hell are you breathing like that?
Mao: Don't worry, I'm just getting turned on.
- Relius Clover from BlazBlue is implied to be bisexual, and while he's not explicitly Ax-Crazy, he's still a cold, sociopathic monster.
- Trevor Phillips from Grand Theft Auto V. Male, female, Mr. Raspberry Jam(A Teddy bear)...as his LifeInvaded page says "Any hole's a goal".
- From Phantasmagoria 2, Therese is a dominatrix who regularly frequents an S&M club. Not so bad by itself, but otherwise she comes across as a complete nutcase. She stalks Curtis to make him her new lover and goes so far as to break into his apartment and install a bondage body harness in his bedroom without his prior consent while he was away. When he objects because he has a girlfriend (Jocilyn), Therese tells him that she's welcome too because she finds her a 'real cutie'.
- Hatoful Boyfriend's main villain, Dr. Iwamine Shuu, reveals his motivation for exterminating humanity in the "Bad Boys' Love" route, and it's a promise to his unrequited crush Dr. Ryuuji Kawara, Ryouta's father, that went horribly, horribly wrong. Shuu is also a love interest for the female player character, and admits to really caring about her in the extended ending to his route after he's severed her head, gotten intimate with her internal organs, and possibly turned her brain into a cyborg, and is about to be killed by the police for various other crimes like experimenting on and murdering other students.
- Dead Rising 2 has twins Amber and Crystal Bailey, who are among the conspirators who triggered the Fortune City zombie outbreak. They constantly feel each other up, makes sexual taunts to Chuck Greene/Frank West, and grope Rebecca and force her to bend over when they kidnap her.
- Dead Rising 3 has Dylan Fuentes, who kidnaps men and women and holds them in an S&M themed dungeon. When Nick Ramos shows up, Dylan expresses a desire to make him a sex slave as well.
- Judge Fang of Jade Empire is known as a depraved pervert with bizarre and sick fetishes. His exploits have always been with women, but he will acknowledge an eagerness to branch out if approached by a male character.
- Szark Sturz and Celesto Morgan from Dominic Deegan. Puzzlingly, using the phrase "filthy bisexuals" is a minor villain's Kick the Dog moment.
- Several in T. Campbell's comics:
- The Walkyverse's Mike Warner fucked your mom and your dad.
- He slept with Amber and Ethan at the same time just to mess with their heads and get them to fight in jealousy.
- He doesn't count though: Remember, he's not a dude, he's a force of nature.
- Sisters, Elsa and Rain Vilehelm from The Lounge.
- Joel from Concession has slept with/seduced several of the other characters, either to further his plans or for his own amusement. He also once used his psychic powers to make a preteen child rape his co-worker Artie.
- The scythe-wielding Fae in Keychain of Creation who introduced himself by kissing every member of the main party in turn.
- Merena also edges on this trope. She's not actively malicious, but flatly doesn't care if her bed-bouncing ways wreck the homes and lives of the people she seduces.
- Sabine in The Order of the Stick, which is to be expected given that she's a Horny Devil.
- Star in Metanoia has explicitly stated that he'll have sex with Anything That Moves, even though he prefers men.
- Mrs Shibata of Sexy Losers regularly attempts to seduce her own son. This stopped for a while when she stole his girlfriend, and resumed when she accidentally caused the girl to die from exhaustion brought on by excessive sex.
- Danny of Chess Piece, who has hit on his cousin Elliot on his wedding day. (Danny's, not Elliot's, that is.)
- Zii of Ménage à 3 started out as a flirtatious Bi the Way Lad-ette, but she was quickly flanderized into this, in supreme Jerkass form. She'll manipulate anyone she can into sex with either her or each other, all while working almost obsessively to keep others from getting any action that she doesn't approve of.
- Fuschia and Baby Blue in Sinfest play this role, although it's uncertain whether they're actually bisexual or just gay-for-pay (and both of them show positive emotions—Fuschia in a clearly romantic relationship with Criminy, and Baby Blue in a possibly romantic, possibly friendly connection to Fuschia that persists even beyond what's required for their job.)
- Possibly Mistress Butterfly from Collar 6, also know as The Sadist From Hell. She has at least one confirmed relationship with a man, but she's tortured women on screen. She's also the closest thing the comic has to a Big Bad so far. This is not a case of Bondage Is Bad since the other characters in the comic are in consensual BDSM relationships, Butterfly is evil because she uses force, nor is it a case of same-sex attraction being portrayed as bad since the main characters are all in a poly lesbian relationship.
- In Jack Drip, the incarnation of the sin of lust prefers to rape women, but he's not picky.
- Damara Megido from Homestuck. All Trolls are bisexual, she just adds the 'depraved' part by having almost everything she says to another troll be crude sexual come-ons in badly-translated Japanese.
- The titular character from Niels is a mob boss and borderline sociopath, only having a spare few people he genuinely trusts and cares about. Two of these people are the young married couple he's in a committed three-way relationship with (the husband is also one of his top enforcers). Although even this doesn't stop him from flirting with the federal agent assigned to keep tabs on him.
- Tycho & Gabe from Penny Arcade. While showing little more then friendly animosity toward each other and both having wives, there has been many, many a gay joke where the boys have love shrines, nude photos, and plans to abducts and marry male game developers.
- Female example: Melina Frost in Survival of the Fittest version three. She lead the all woman group named the Poison Angels in an attempt to kill all the men on the island. She was about as Ax-Crazy as it got. One of the best examples of her insanity is when she rapes Beth Vanallen. With a vase.
- From SOTF-TV, Marvia Jones could also be an example. Her first appearance on the island? Getting high, drugging Nate Chauncey and taking advantage of her, culminating in beating her up and taking her things. She then proceeded to team up with Harold Smythe, who was probably among the most Ax-Crazy of the TV characters.
- Ask That Guy. In his own words:
Anything I would do to a woman, I would do to a man as well. [...] I would penetrate a man just like I would penetrate a woman. That's why bisexual people are the only real equal opportunists out there.
- While we're on Mr. Walker here: Link, from Video Game Confessions.
- For the third DVD promo, Doug himself played a shirtless, psychotic bisexual who was torturing a guy with a knife. Not necessary, but very much appreciated. The persona came back in a ConBravo interview, where he groped the interviewer and ended up riding him like a pony, he'd had years of experiences in sexing people up, he'd slept with both James and his wife, he was non-exclusively married to Benzaie, and he'd ruined JewWario's balls through getting teabagged.
- Spoony's Spooning personality will drug and rape man and woman both. To date, his conquests include: The Nostalgia Chick, That Chick With The Goggles, Benzaie, The Nostalgia Critic, Angry Joe, Bennett The Sage, and Lord Kat. With sliced pineapples.
- The Pharaoh from Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series.
Yugi: "You're so depraved"
Yami: "At least I'm not deprived. Of sex
- Zeus and Dionysus in Thalia's Musings, in contrast with Apollo.
- Naruto from Naruto The Abridged Comedy Fandub Spoof Series Show.
- Princess Molestia
- Unusually for this trope, she's portrayed as being a genuinely nice and kind pony, underneath the questionable consent mechanics, undiscriminating tastes, and complete lack of impulse control. Given that she's gone after her own sister and tried to arrange a foursome with her student, her student's freshly married brother, and his wife, 'depraved' is probably still the right word.
- Discorded Dr. Whooves, The Master, Scootaloo the Sadist, and Lil' Miss Rarity all play the trope far more directly and disturbingly.
- MSF High Forum: Played with and Averted. Seram is, like a certain character from Dragon Age, both depraved and bisexual. However, there's not a real relation, and she retains her bisexuality after her Heel Face Turn. Michelle, meanwhile, completely averts it.
- Jan Valentine in Hellsing Ultimate Abridged.
- Also Alucard. According to him: ". . . no one alive can understand my sexual preference." He has also been shown to become aroused by Integra Hellsing, Seras Victoria, and Alexander Anderson.
- Ryuk in Death Note: The Abridged Series (kpts4tv). He was molesting Light and later he offers to join Misa when she goes to bed naked.
- SF Debris: Parody Janeway has had either explicit or implied interest in a staggering number of characters. Male: her fiance Mark, her Harry Kim-shaped strap-on that may or may not actually be Harry Kim, Tom Paris (although they were both giant newts at the time), the inspector from Counterpoint, Chakotay, Captain Adama from Battlestar Galactica (Classic). Female: Torres, Seven of Nine, and herself. As for the depravity, anyone who offers drugs and cigarettes to small children they are training up to be loyal minions, breeds a "rape gorilla" and has created hives of flying tarantulas with a taste for ocular jelly probably has enough depravity to supply entire legions of demented Roman emperors.
- Obligatory Whateley Universe example: Don Sebastiano, who used both Cavalier and Skybolt as sex slaves and personal puppets while they were bewitched by Hekate. Since his main turn on is humiliating his sex partners, this was actually insufficiently depraved for his tastes, being far too easy a conquest - but he kept at it for a full year anyway, until they escaped from Hekate's power and got their revenge on him.