"Do be careful! Don't lose any of that stuff. That's concentrated evil. One drop of that could turn you all into hermit crabs."The bad guys aren't just bad, they are Bad! The concentrated, physical manifestation of it to be precise. Somehow, the villain's physical body is made up of a tangible form of Evil. If you cut them, they will "bleed" Evil, and severed limbs or cuts to the torso won't reveal skin, muscle, bone and organs but a uniform dark material. These villains are, unsurprisingly, not human; or at least, not anymore. They may be an Anthropomorphic Personification of Evil, a God of Evil that is made up of their portfolio rather than an organic/'divine' being in control of it, or a Pure Energy Being made of The Dark Side and the Ultimate Evil. Normal humans can become Made Of Evil if they spend years being really evil and get dosed with Phlebotinum. An everyday good person may have the darkness in their heart forcibly ejected to make The Heartless, or an Enemy Without. Commonly, they are Emotion Eaters who feed on negative emotions, perhaps even being a God of Evil who runs off of / is the source of these negative emotions. A subcategory of this is when the villain is the personification of any single certain aspect of evil, he or she is an Embodiment of Vice. He could also be the personification of one ugly aspect of life for example, of war as a War God. Their motivation will invariably be For the Evulz, but note the distinction: a Made of Evil entity is compelled by their nature to do evil for the sake of it. When we say "Evil", we don't just mean "Made of immorality", but just about any not-nice emotion, concept, and elemental power, such as: Darkness, Death, Decay, Hate, Sin, and Unholiness. This makes them very similar to physical ghosts; they form a kind of "negative energy" Ectoplasm (of evil) that is nonetheless completely tangible and is completely, indivisibly evil to its smallest fermion (of evil). Unlike physical ghosts, this "evil" tends to remain tangible until (and sometimes after) the Made Of Evil being is killed. Understandably, because Good Hurts Evil, expect them to be highly vulnerable to Depleted Phlebotinum Shells, scream "It Burns!" and suffer Glamour Failure in the face of holy relics, and at times have a Weaksauce Weakness to The Power of Love and The Power of Friendship... unless they are so evil they create a Cross-Melting Aura, of course. When killed, they usually "decompose" into a black, oily substance (of evil) or thick black smoke (of evil) before fading away. If they were a Walking Wasteland (of evil), expect there to be No Ontological Inertia as flowers spring and the world lights up at their death; though the specific spot they die or are interred will become a cursed, haunted place. That said, killing them is often easier said than done, since they're the Evil equivalent of Jello, they don't have any vital organs (of evil) to hit, and can sometimes even regenerate From a Single Cell (of evil). Characters are strongly advised that even the ashes of Evil are not a toy, because touching, eating, drinking, or wearing anything made from pure evil will not end well. May be an example of As Long as There is Evil. The Good Counterpart is Made of Good.
— Supreme Being, Time Bandits
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Anime & Manga
- Berserk: The Idea of Evil is the reason the Berserk universe is such a crappy place to live: as long as people believe something is responsible for the evil, it exists.
- The mazoku in Slayers are beings of pure chaos that, as in the trope, feed on negative emotion, power black magic, and want to see the world returned to the Sea of Chaos. Fantasy RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons are an admitted influence on the setting, so it's possible they draw inspiration from that game's demons, etc.
- In Bakugan, Mag Mel's armor is revealed to be this. Code Eve created it from the evil of former Big Bad Emperor Barodius and sealed him inside of it.
- Dragon Ball:
- Janemba, the Big Bad of Fusion Reborn, is made out of all the evil that was sucked out of the residents of Hell in order to purify their souls.
- The Shadow Dragons, the final villains of Dragon Ball GT, are the living embodiments of all of the negative energy that the Dragon Balls had accumulated over the years.
- Demon King Piccolo was formed when the Namek who would become Kami cast off his evil. While the Demon King was pure evil, for unknown reasons when he was killed and reincarnated himself into his son, the resulting Piccolo Jr. was not and eventually made a Heel–Face Turn.
- In InuYasha: The Shikon Jewel is a balance between this and Made of Good — hundreds of demon souls and one priestess soul are sealed within it.
- Witches in Puella Magi Madoka Magica, born from the despair of Magical Girls and able only to kill and destroy.
- Umi Monogatari has Sedna, though not so much evil as sadness. She was born from the islanders' collective sorrow, which they cast into the sea rather than dealt with.
- Lucemon Satan Mode of Digimon Frontier is made of data that couldn't be purified following Lucemon's defeat.
- In the dub, Ghost Kaiba claims to be the embodiment of Kaiba's dark side, which Yami had previously purged from him. In the original version, this isn't the case, although where he truly came from is questionable.
- Dark Marik, the Big Bad of the Battle City arc, is the embodiment of the hatred, jealousy, and resentment Marik held against the Pharaoh, held inside for years until given physical form.
- In QQ Sweeper negative emotions in people's minds take the form of insects, with Jerk Jock Sakaguchi having a huge centipede reside in his mind.
- The Guardians of the Universe (masters of the Green Lantern Corps) expelled all the evil from themselves in a similar manner to the race that created Armus in the Star Trek example below. Eventually, it took over the body of the guy who trained three different Golden Age heroes.
- Mephisto once took an interest in Christ's Crown, New York, a horrible place with a dark and bloody history. Mephisto gathered power from the accumulated evil in Christ's Crown and used it to create his "son" Blackheart.
- Super Sonic in Sonic the Comic is made of the pure evil Chaos Energy of the Chaos Emeralds.
- Mazeworld: The Big Bad of this 2000AD comic is a demonic entity who describes himself as the embodiment of evil who relies on people's fears to exist.
- Rosario Vampire: Brightest Darkness: Shadow demons such as Dark Kuyumaya are described as being forged of nothing but hate and evil, born from the pits of Hell.
- The Dark And Omnipotent Antithesis is literally made out of the hatred and dissension between the four Elements of Magic. And since Friendship is Magic in this setting, anti-friendship is also Anti-Magic, giving Antithesis the ability to create "null pockets" in which magic doesn't exist.
Films — Animation
- Heavy Metal had the Loc-Nar as a connecting theme between stories. It could (at will? only sometimes?*) kill on touch, reanimate the dead, and cause volcanoes to erupt... in addition to tormenting teenage girls.
Loc-Nar: Look at me. I am the sum of all evils.*The first rule of the Loc-Nar is never touch it while it is glowing.
- Sephiroth in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. When he appears at the end of the movie, he is literally MADE of Jenova cells. He even bleeds it when cut. And when Cloud defeats him the excess Jenova cells making him up discorporate, leaving a beaten Kadaj behind.
- The Phantom Toll Booth The Movie has the Demons Of Ignorance combining into a blue demonic chimera of all the worst evils known to man.
- FernGully: The Last Rainforest has Hexxus, the semi-incorporeal manifestation of destruction and pollution, that has to be sealed in a tree to be contained.
- Depending on interpretation, the Minotaur in Tekkonkinkreet embodies Black's inner darkness.
Films — Live-Action
- "Mr. Shadow" in The Fifth Element is pure evil in the form of a burning planet.
- Time Bandits by Terry Gilliam has Evil as the main antagonist. Once destroyed, a single piece/rock of him is overlooked in the cleanup, when Kevin's parents pick it up (after he warns them not to) they get vaporized.
- In the 1980s Flash Gordon movie, the henchwoman General Kala's corpse visibly deflates and smokes as it turns into an oil spill. Her superior Klytus likewise melts after being Impaled with Extreme Prejudice.
- Azrael in Dogma has his chest smashed in to reveal a chewy centre of seething black ichor. Of course, he is a demon, so it kinda makes sense...
- The Neverending Story: The Nothing is made up of children's losing of imagination and unwillingness to believe in Fairy Tales (at least in the film version).
- Halloween's Dr. Loomis believes Michael Myers is this. It would explain his ability to come back from each increasingly over-the-top death.
"I met him, fifteen years ago. I was told there was nothing left. No reason, no conscience, no understanding; even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, good or evil, right or wrong ... I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I realized what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... evil."
- The 'Mathmos' in the movie Barbarella is a seething psychedelic lake of slimy evil beneath the city Sogo.
- The "mood slime" in Ghostbusters II is composed of negative human emotion. However, the fact that it feeds off emotion allows the Busters to convert several batches of the stuff into positive mood slime that is Made of Good.
- The Evil Overlord Darkness from Ridley Scott's Legend (1985) is literally made of darkness, portrayed as the equivalent of evil. He's quite literaly the devil and wants to bring about an eternal night (even though it means the end of the world) because he needs it to thrive. Before his ultimate defeat he also taunts the hero that darkness can't exist without him.
- Garmonbozia, in the David Lynch film Twin Peaks Fire Walk with Me is a substance in the Black Lodge described as being made of pure pain and suffering. Garmonbozia, in typical surreal Lynch fashion, manifests itself as creamed corn.
- In The History of Middle-earth, Tolkien explains that Morgoth is not only the God of Evil, but is responsible for diffusing his essence into all parts of the physical world, thereby giving an elemental evil spin to all particles of matter and creating the problem of, well, evil. By weakening himself and corrupting ordinary matter to serve his purposes, "all of Middle Earth itself is Morgoth's Ring". Fortunately, his own body is not Made of Evil; he is merely trapped in it.
- In earlier conceptions of the Orcs it was claimed they had hearts made from pure hate. And Thu, who eventually became Sauron, was all hate. Tolkien is said to have changed this due to his own Christian belief system, which states that nothing starts out evil, and there can be no such thing as "pure evil". One of the major sticking points he had with his own work, even up to the end, was how the orcs, trolls, and other "evil races" seemingly contradict this.
- The titular mini-black-hole in Angelmass balances the 'angel' particles it emits by becoming demonic itself.
- The Big Bads in The Death Gate Cycle by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman were living avatars of evil who grew stronger in the presence of despair, rage and so forth. "I grow fat on your fear" isn't just a metaphor with them.
- The Black Thing in A Wrinkle in Time is declared to be Evil, the Powers of Darkness.
- The Stormlight Archive:
- The Way of Kings: Although we don't have much information about them, the monsters that Dalinar confronts in one of his visions of the past bleed black smoke when wounded and dissolve once dead. They certainly sound like they're made of evil.
- And in Words of Radiance we encounter the stormspren, which are literally made out of hatred.
- The Shadows in the Firebird Trilogy gain their name from their appearance (when not possessing a human): they are dark, nearly invisible, representing the fact that they are evil given form. Unlike many other forms of this, they are insubstantial and thus unkillable, although they can be kept at bay by prayer.
- Dementors in the Harry Potter series are embodiments of negative emotion in general. Where they come from isn't quite explained, but they exist to suck all happiness out of the vicinity in a fashion specifically based on depression.
- Chaos, King of the Old Ones from The Power of Five.
- The Dark Tower: the Crimson King is described as nothing less than "Hell, incarnate."
- Angel: The Conduit is made of nuclear evil.
- The Doctor emphasizes over and over again that Daleks ("little green blobs in polycarbine armour!") are a distilled form of evil which sweeps through the cosmos. If this logic holds, the Doctor can't kill them in "Genesis of the Daleks" because without the looming Dalek threat, most planetary systems would destroy themselves and never find solidarity with each other. Pretty morbid.
Jack Graham: ...we learn in ‘The Witch’s Familiar’ that the ultimate terminus of all Dalek life is shit. Yes, I know the stuff in the Dalek city sewers isn’t literally Dalek shit, but it’s still brown gloop in a sewer. If it isn’t actually shit, it’ll do until actual shit comes along. This is what all Daleks become....Entropy homogenizes Daleks into diarrhoea. Sentient diarrhoea that just hangs about, seething with rage and bitterness and resentment.
- The Big Bad of Lost is said to be this. One character describes him as "evil incarnate."
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the First Evil is more or less the personification of evil itself. As Adam puts it in the episode "Storyteller":
Andrew: This whole thing... is being orchestrated by something called "The First." It's made up of all the evil in the whole world.
- Similar to the above is Dahak from Hercules and Xena.
I am as much apart of this world as the light that warms the day.
- Star Trek: The Next Generation: Armus, the eponymous skin in "Skin of Evil", is a being made up of an entire civilization's discarded negative thoughts and emotions. He killed Tasha Yar and was one of the few beings that the emotionless android Data felt should be destroyed without question.
- Apparently just about every enemy the Power Rangers used to fight was this trope. When purified of evil at the end of the sixth season, most simply crumbled to dust.
- Except Rita and Zed, who turned into a yuppie couple. And Divatox.
- Subverted in Charmed. For the first four seasons, the Big Bad behind just about every evil being the Charmed Ones went up against was called The Source Of All Evil. Four years of Villain Decay later, however, and it turns out that "Source Of All Evil" is really just a title, and anyone in charge of the demonic underworld gets to call themselves that. The actual Source isn't the demon leader in question, but rather an amorphous force that gets inherited by whoever is currently in charge of the Underworld at the time, and gradually takes them over from the inside out.
- On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., apparently evil is energetic. Agent Coulson's views may be more Magic Is Evil though.
Coulson: Do you need anything else before I go check on the device fueled by evil that's sitting in our cargo hold?
- In Dungeons & Dragons 2nd and 3rd editions, demons and the like are made of evil, and angels are made of good. Devils are also made partially of law, while demons are made partially of chaos. Similarly, slaadi are made of pure Chaos and modrons of pure Order, a concept even more nebulous than being made of good or evil. Basically, any native of the Outer Planes is a physical embodiment of the ethical and moral principles they represent, given fleshy form. Anyways, this means fallen angels and risen demons still count as their original alignments for spell effects and Detect Evil. They also counted as their new alignment, but only for effects that were detrimental. So a demon that had become Lawful Good would be simultaneously Lawful, Chaotic, Good, and Evil for purposes of determining whether or not something would hurt.
- In 3rd edition, any being with a subtype of 'evil' consisted in part of evil. Most of them were fiends (IE, outsiders with the evil subtype), which covers demons and the like, but there were exceptions.
- Demons in Pathfinder are born from the sins of evil souls, in contrast to the Devils, which is what those evil souls become when they die.
- The Warp in Warhammer 40,000 is made of all the emotions in the galaxy good and bad, but there's more bad than good. The Chaos gods have "good" traits that have been warped and amplified so much that to human sensibilities they become evil. For instance, Nurgle is a Friend to All Living Things— heavy emphasis on the ALL; Papa Nurgle loves his cute little parasites and pathogens, yes he does!
- Every Dragon in Iron Kingdoms is completely and utterly evil. Radiating a taint that slowly twists and corrupts any creatures around them.
- Many of the Yozis fit, being both physical abominations (all the shadows in Hell, a desert of silver sand) and metaphysical concepts that tend to be inimical to humanity (respectively, the cosmic principle of betrayal and a mockery of all virtue, and injustice and spiritual desolation).
- Five Days Darkness is a subversion. The first shadow cast by the Unconquered Sun and a being that is inherently a creature of darkness (as opposed to one made so by the judgment of the Unconquered Sun), he is in fact one of the most decent gods in Yu-Shan.
- The Persona 2 version of Nyarlathotep is an Eldritch Abomination literally born of Humanity's collective evil, absorbing every evil ("evil" defined as "with the intent of causing any form of harm to anyone, even yourself") act, thought and desire. As Long as There is Evil, he is an undefeatable mass of concentrated madness, woe, and discord, eternally hungering for more power.
- In the second game, there is also a toxic liquid named Kegare - the ancient Japanese word for "sin" or "filth", extracted by the New World Order from their followers in their seminars. Supposedly the process "purifies" the attendees. It is literally concentrated evil.
- The Soulless God Oumagatsu in Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army is a monstruous battleship/Evangelion hybrid designed to feed upon the rage, fear and hate of the entire Capital. Later on, a single soul full of hate would prove enough to power the machine.
- All monsters are made up of a dark, insubstantial material known as "miasma".
- The elemental in Chapter 3 include a Dark version. Due to the Sorting Algorithm of Evil, these are actually the least powerful elementals you encounter. The bestiary says that they don't attack so much as leak energy when disrupted, and that if they sit around too long they may crystallize and become Onyxes.
- In MOTHER, Giygas was a grey alien with psychic powers and a particularly sharp hatred of humanity. By the time Earthbound rolls around though, his hatred and power has grown to such a degree that it literally destroys his physical body and turns him into a floating, indistinct entity of pure evil.
- Final Fantasy V gives us X-Death/Exdeath/Exodus/whatever they're calling him this week. He's what happens when one demon too many is sealed within a tree and said tree somehow transforms into an ambulatory would-be world conqueror.
- Final Fantasy IV gives us another example: "I am Zeromus... I... AM... THE HATRED!"
- In Ōkami, every villain disperses into a dark, malevolent cloud (with glowing evil eyes) once beaten, and flows back to the Final Boss. Which is pretty fitting, considering Yami is the source of all Evil/Darkness in the setting. Interestingly, one sub-boss, Red Helm, has it in his backstory as having spontaneously sprung from the spilled blood of Orochi, a bigger bad.
- Kingdom Hearts:
- The Heartless, particularly the Pureblood variants, are just walking bags of malevolence without any true minds of their own.
- Vanitas fits this even better than the Heartless. He's literally made from darkness - specifically, the darkness Xehanort cut out of Ven.
- The Unversed take this Up to Eleven by being made entirely of Vanitas' negative emotions. And a new one spawns with EVERY NEGATIVE EMOTION that he feels.
- Sephiroth appears to be made of evil as well. Specifically, Cloud's evil.
- Dark Chips and Nebula Gray from Mega Man Battle Network are made entirely of negative emotions somehow encoded as data.
- The Dark Star and Dark Bowser in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
- The "Dark Presence" in Alan Wake qualifies for this; it's mysterious, almost unknowable, and has to attach itself to human shapes in order to be percieved at all.
- Most of the Dark Gaia creatures in Sonic Unleashed seem to qualify. They're an ancient evil that seems to be the embodiment of negative emotion, causing sadness and anger everywhere, and when defeated, they dissolve into some kind of black-purple stuff and disappear. The exceptions are creatures possessed by Dark Gaia, such as the Dark Gaia Phoenix and Sonic himself, as they had a physical body to begin with.
- It's not certain how much of Azazel from Tekken is tangible hatred and malice, but it's definitely the vast majority of its form, seeing how inciting worldwide strife and horror was Jin's desperate gambit to give Azazel enough of a physical form to become killable.
- The monsters of Silent Hill are literally physical manifestations of different aspects of negative emotions (or events) created by the town itself, or Alessa, while she was still around.
- Noob Saibot from Mortal Kombat is the leftovers of when the first Sub-Zero (from the original game and Mythologies) died and had his soul hurled into the Netherrealm, turning him into a wraith. His whole existence is entirely defined by hatred and scheming, as anything honorable that the original Sub-Zero might have had (which wasn't much to begin with) was purged.
- M. Bison from Street Fighter himself isn't really Made of Evil but the power he uses (Psycho Power) is described as being pure negativity as energy. Negative thoughts, emotions, and general hatred manifests itself as this force.
- The Satsui no Hadou (Surge of Murderous Intent) is like the ki-equivalent of Psycho Power. Primarily channeled by Akuma and a constant source of struggle/temptation for Ryu, it is a malevolent and bloodthirsty ki that can give its users a great deal of strength in battle but only at the expense of one's mercy and humanity (i.e. drawing on this ki for strength means the user will show no restraint in battle and kill their opponents if it comes to that). Akuma's alter-ego Oni from Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is the zenith of the dangerous potential it holds and, aside from using Akuma's body as a vessel, is as much the literal interpretation of the trope as Bison's Psycho Power.
- The protagonist of [PROTOTYPE] is composed entirely of biomass infused with the Blacklight virus. It's the main reason he can take so much punishment: he has no bones to break or organs to rupture. Taken even further when it's revealed that he is the Blacklight virus.
- Whenever "Sephiroth" from Final Fantasy VII shows up in the game before the Final Battle, it's actually a clone made of JENOVA cells, which is as close to being Made Of Evil as one can get in the setting. The actual Sephiroth is also made entirely of JENOVA cells when he appears near the end, since his original mostly (he was infused with JENOVA cells as a fetus) human body was destroyed when he fell into the Lifestream in the backstory.
- The Legend of Zelda:
- In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the phantom boss of the Shadow Temple appears to be a dark energetic shadow, both when it first appears and when it's killed.
- In The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, it is revealed in the end that Ganondorf is the physical manifestation of Demon King Demise's hatred for Link and Zelda, existing solely to plague their incarnations for all of eternity.
- In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, some areas are coated in a purple-black substance known as Malice, out which grow eyes and mouths and which harms any non-evil being that touches it. It's implied to be Ganon's evil power made physical. Ganon himself constructs an enormous boar body out of the stuff for the final confrontation with Link, although assuming this form robs him of whatever scraps of sanity and intelligence he had left, leaving him a pure force of destruction.
- All of the Prime Evils and the Lesser Evils of Diablo. No exceptions! Hell, the Big Bad himself became the game's equivalent to Satan.
- The Lords of Shadow in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. While their bodies started out physically human, they are being animated by the evil their original selves left behind when they ascended to Heaven. Having pure evil in place of a true soul seems to have had a detrimental effect on their bodies as well — only one of them seems to be able to maintain a fully human-looking disguise and all three have monstrous true forms.
- The dragons in Dragon Valor are the evil in the world, and if a human has enough evil in his heart, he will turn into a dragon.
- In Both Dark Cloud games the Big Bads have this feature and were created by The hate of a particular person due to war and Discrimination.
- The Nasuverse has an odd example with its incarnation of Angra Mainyu. He was originally a normal guy whose fellow villagers wanted evil to have a physical form they could pin blame on, so they sacrificed him and began treating him as a God of Evil. Thus he's Made of Evil without actually being evil. When someone summoned him as "Avenger" in the Third Holy Grail War, his death and subsequent reabsorption by the Grail caused it to begin granting the wish he embodied, resulting in its corrupted state during the events of Fate/stay night and Fate/Zero. Fate/hollow ataraxia actually features Avenger fighting his own physical manifestation.
- The black mud which pours out of the Grail is a physical manifestation of Angra Mainyu's curses. Contact with the mud can kill humans and even destroy or corrupt Servants. Gilgamesh's body and Kirei's heart are both made of it.
- In World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, the Sha fit this to a T. They are manifestations of negative emotion found in various places around the continent of Pandaria.
- The main antagonist of the Soulcalibur series is not a man but rather a spirit of the cursed weapon Soul Edge. After being taken into battle time and again, all the bloodshed imbued what was a normal sword with a wicked, sentient spirit that would corrupt anyone who touched it into becoming a soul-draining slave for the sword. The sword's spirit (which is currently bound to a suit of armor so it may exist in reality) is Made of Evil.
- The counterpart to Inferno, Elysium, that resides in Soul Calibur isn't any better morally. It's simply the opposite extreme on the Order Versus Chaos scale.
- Mega Man ZX has Model W. Made of the soul of Dr. Weil, it corrupts anyone who fuses with it.
- Dark Brain of the Compati Hero Series, at least until it appears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation, where it states it's the sum of all negative emotions and energies in the multiverse. Even if its body is destroyed, its essence will linger on, so long as there's an ounce of negativity present anywhere.
- Dark Falz/Force from Phantasy Star series is an entity created from pure hatred. The Bigger Bad, Profound Darkness, is also pure evil.
- Sabata from the Boktai series is a rare heroic example of this. He was raised by the Queen of the Immortals, an experience that left him with a body made of Dark Matter. Even before his Heel–Face Turn he wasn't evil so much as merely a fatalist who believes it's humanity's destiny to perish so why not help it along, and it doesn't take much more than witnessing his brother's Heroic Resolve to push him over to the good guy's side.
- The Inkies in de Blob are made from, and gleefully spread, Ink, which turns out to be made from the concentrated misery of the Raydians they enslave.
- Doom (2016): The UAC discovered a rift to Hell on Mars, and used it to tap Hell like an oil well, extracting Hell energy and refining it into Argent energy. Shockingly, Argent energy seems to work great; it's limitless, easy to use, and has no side effects. Everything went sideways because Olivia Pierce went insane made a deal with the demons. Although admittedly part of her motivation was to find a way to get more Hell energy, the energy itself was fine. This seems to be due to the ultimate origins of Hell energy. Hell once tried to invade a world called Argent D'nur, which used its mastery of Argent energy (provided by the god-like Wraiths) to push them back. One of the Night Sentinels, the protectors of the Wraiths, made a deal with the demons, and the world fell. The Wraiths were corrupted, and Argent energy became Hell energy.
- Seraphic Blue has its Big Bad Er, the Refuse Seraphic Blue, who is a Physical Goddess and embodiment all of nihilism and chaos. She later becomes Final Boss called Death Seraph, a being whose purpose to destroy the world. She also embodies Vene's negative emotions.
- The Big Bad of Final Fantasy XV looks human, but his body is actually made of the Starscourge plaguing Eos with daemons and lengthening the nights. This is because, long ago, he cured people of the Starscourge by aborbing it into his body.
- Black Mage from 8-Bit Theater fits this description. A conversation between him and the external physical manifestation of everything evil he has ever done went something like this:
Manifestation: Hey, here's a question. I feel a complete contempt for everything and the overriding need to burn the world. Is that normal?
Black Mage: Are you filled with regret that, eventually, there won't be more world to burn?
Manifestation: In the back, yeah.
Black Mage: That sounds like my atrocities all right. Perfectly normal.
- In The Adventures of Shan Shan, Karmavores are concentrated Karma — which is contrasted with virtue.
- The Order of the Stick:
- The Snarl is composed of "deific frustration and rage".
- A vampire spirit is not only composed of "negative energy", but a later strip reveals that when they possess a body, the first memories they absorb are the lowest moments of their host's life. This effectively makes them "your worst day, personified".
- Aberrations in El Goonish Shive according to the resident expert:
Ed Verres: They're former humans who gave up empathy and humanity to live indefinitely by murderous and parasitic means while literally being incapable of remorse. There's no way to "cure" that that wouldn't kill them anyway. And no, I'm not being poetic. You undo the vampirism, you undo what's keeping them alive.
- Played for Laughs in Bob and George, with Vic owning a juice bar inside of Mega Man's head that serves "pure, concentrated, unending evil".
- In Sailor Nothing, the Monster of the Weeks are created by pulling out the evil inside a person's heart and physically manifesting it. It's noted that the nicer a person is, the less evil they let out, and the nastier the demon created is. The demons are also highly influenced by the original's personality. This mechanic is explored thoroughly. When it gets turned on the series' titular heroine, however... Well, it's not good.
- TV Tropes itself can be considered to be Made of Evil. It ruins your life, and it draws you into its legion of tropers. Every single electron that makes up the data in TVTropes is a sacrifice of some poor guys' time. And theoretically, it will never stop growing unless people stop making works of fiction.
- Nahh, TVTropes is Made of Win.
- That sounds like something TVTropes would say.
- Nahh, TVTropes is Made of Win.
- As depicted in 2001, The Makuta was this, or at least claimed to be:
I am that power. I am Destruction. And I will destroy you.
- In the Sonic fanimation Nazo Unleashed, Nazo is stated to be the embodiment of the negative energy of the Chaos Emeralds.
- The entity that possessed Nella's body in The Nostalgia Chick's "Dark Nella Saga" self-identified as a "quasi-demonic force of evil".
- DSBT InsaniT: The Darkness counterparts are formed by the darkness and negative feelings inside of the target's heart.
- Him in The Powerpuff Girls is the living embodiment of evil. He's implied to be the Devil or at least some type of demon, and is so powerful and monstrous that the other villains shake in fear and respect whenever he gives them a phone call.
- The Christmas Critters from South Park. They are the most twisted things ever imagined, and everything from Cartman's mind.
- The Pirates of Dark Water had the black, oily Dark Water as an Extreme Omnivore and oozing wasteland. It's so evil it had to be sealed with the Thirteen Treasure of Rule (each of which could individually frighten it away a bit). Later, it's revealed to be sentient.
- Samurai Jack:
- In the third season two parter "The Birth of Evil", an immense black essense roamed across the cosmos. A pantheon of gods managed to near-incenerate the... thing, but a (relatively) tiny piece survives, plummets to Earth, killing anything that comes close. Aeons later, it crystallizes into the series' main antagonist Aku, due to the efforts of Jack's father. Whoops.
- Aku himself is this as well. It even serves as his weakness: He's completely incapable of doing anything remotely good, to the point that it makes him predictable and even bites him in the behind a couple of times when doing good would have benefited him more yet he still couldn't help but be evil.
- In season 5, the Daughters of Aku raise assassins with the sole purpose of destroying Jack. Ashi, the only one who survives against him, is convinced by Jack's actions to pull a Heel–Face Turn and help him defeat Aku. Unfortunately, it turns out she and her sisters were all this; Aku blessed the Daughters with a chalice of his liquefied essence, which the High Priestess drank before giving birth to the seven girls that would be set against Jack, and when the time comes for Jack and Aku's Final Battle, Aku uses Ashi's connection to him to make her fight Jack against her will. This works against Aku in the finale, where Jack helps Ashi break free from Aku's control while retaining his powers, and she uses his power of time travel to take Jack back to the past to destroy Aku before his rise to power.
- Darkwing Duck's evil side in "Negaduck" is both this and an Enemy Without, and presumably has both a sort of normal physical structure as well as being made of evil, because it's created when Darkwing is split into his "good and evil elemental particles" that they made up for that episode. Galvanized Negaduck in that episode is even more so, as becoming supercharged immediately turns him into a destructive Omnicidal Maniac and frankly admits how evil he is.
- In Family Guy, Peter Griffin once purchased a Catholic toilet training book titled You're a Naughty Child, and That's Concentrated Evil Coming Out the Back of You.
- In Teen Titans the demon Trigon the Terrible is referred to as the "incarnation of evil" and "source of all darkness."
- In Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the Son is the Dark Side incarnate.
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
- Discord is the antagonist of the second season. He seemed to be the embodiment of strife between ponies (duh), and he has quite the ability to engender it. He'd re-appear in Season 3, where it's eventually revealed to simply be a case of What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: He has existed for so long without ever having a friend that he simply didn't understand what love and friendship were, and had never once considered using his immense power for anything but his own childish amusement. He gets better thanks to The Power of Friendship.
- In Season 5, Episode 13 of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic ("Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?"), Princess Luna's Tantubus (sic?) is basically made of evil.
- In Aladdin: The Series, Mirage is referred to as "Evil Incarnate" multiple times, and honestly doesn't seem to have a single bit of good in her, though her wicked deeds range from the trivial to the horrific extremes. Possibly subverted, however, in that the mysterious "blind seer" that shows up occasionally hints that she used to not be quite so evil and they were once lovers before she got this way... And that dangling idea was promptly forgotten about and not referenced for the brief remainder of the show's run.
- Unicron, particularly in Transformers Prime, lives to bring about the end of everything else. Exposure to his "blood," Dark Energon, has side effects that range from zombification to death.
- Lockjaw from Mighty Max is literally the physical incarnation of the concept of physical violence which also makes him a big example of the God of Evil.
- Margaret Robinson from The Amazing World of Gumball; on top of being needlessly cruel for the sake of it, according to a tag that Gumball found on her head, she's 70% cotton, 30% polyester, and made in the underworld.
- The New Adventures of Superman: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", the body of an alien warlord is destroyed by an explosion. All that is left is a wisp consisting of his concentrated evilness. The wisp travels to Earth where it inhabits a hat and compels anyone who dons it to commit evil acts. Superman eventually traps the wisp and flings it into the sun.