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->''"I never realized how lucky I was dat so many people wanted to kill me!"''
-->-- '''WesternAnimation/BugsBunny''', ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Invasion of the Bunny-Snatchers]]''

The Rogues Gallery is the cast of colorful and numerous {{Recurring Character}}s that show up to torment the heroes week after week.

Having only a single antagonist can work, but as a series goes on it can become boring. On the other hand, audiences can never get attached to villains if they never come back again. The Rogues Gallery is a middle ground.

For certain special episodes, members of the Rogues Gallery may [[VillainTeamUp team up]] against the heroes, forming a LegionOfDoom. Just as often they'll [[EnemyCivilWar fight each other]]. If the hero helps one enemy or group of enemies against another in such a setup, it's EnemyMine.

Sometimes, a one-shot stylish villain will be [[EnsembleDarkhorse so popular]] with the audience that they join the ranks.

SuperHero series, borrowing from the comic books, almost always have a Rogues Gallery. Of course, villains can and do appear outside their traditional rogues galleries, fighting heroes they don't usually face. Some even become part of more than one Rogues Gallery, with the Marvel villain ComicBook/TheKingpin being a major enemy of both Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} and Franchise/SpiderMan. When this occurs to such an extent that the villain becomes more identified with the new hero, they become a RoguesGalleryTransplant.

However large and varied the Rogues Gallery, it will usually contain at least one villain who is considered to be the hero's ArchEnemy. There is also a good chance that it will contain an EvilCounterpart (who may or may not be the same person as the ArchEnemy).

In order to allow the heroes to sometimes win against the rogues but still leave the villains available for re-use, the prison that they're put in will often be [[CardboardPrison incredibly easy to escape from]], or they'll [[FalselyReformedVillain feign having reformed so that they get allowed out]], or they'll genuinely seek to reform and get allowed out, [[ChronicVillainy then revert to their old obsessions]]. Overall, members of the gallery tend to be protected by JokerImmunity.

It is also common for a hero's Rogues Gallery to have some kind of unifying {{them|aticRoguesGallery}}e that either [[AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance reflects]] or contrasts with the personality, powers and/or origin of the hero himself. For example, most of Spider-Man's enemies gained their powers through scientific mishaps, and many use animal motifs in their names and costumes. Conversely, Franchise/{{Batman}}'s array of brightly-colored lunatics falls squarely into the "contrasts with" category, with a smattering of reflection given Franchise/{{Batman}}'s own borderline personality - but it's also composed mostly of {{Badass Normal}}s like Bats himself. If all or most of the villains in the Rogues Gallery are linked in this way, then you have a ThematicRoguesGallery.

While this trope is most prevalent in SuperHero stories, it's by no means restricted to them, as some of the examples below show. As long as the franchise has a group of recognizable, distinct antagonists who continually return to cause trouble for the hero, they count as a Rogues Gallery.

Compare BigBadEnsemble, which is similar but refers to a number of major villains being active, and distinct, threats at a given time, and revolves around the threat they pose rather than the hero whose enemy they are. Contrast MonsterOfTheWeek, which is a parade of one-shot villains.

Individual members of a Rogues Gallery have a strong tendency towards TheGimmick, for subtly obvious reasons.

The name of the trope comes from the row of "Wanted" posters displayed in police stations.

Can overlap with EnemiesEqualsGreatness. Compare EnemiesList.



[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* The ''Franchise/DragonBall'' franchise isn't strictly a superhero story (Gohan's "Great Saiyaman" persona notwithstanding, plus there ''is'' the frequent comparison of Goku to Franchise/{{Superman}}), but over the course of the different series and movies, and if you include those who have repeat appearances in non-canon material, Goku and friends have faced a respectably-sized number of recurring enemies, most of whom are of alien origin like Goku himself, and who frequently seek to either rule the Earth (or the universe) or destroy it and everyone in it. Those who have shown up in more than one saga or series or in multiple movies include Vegeta, Piccolo (both the original King Piccolo and his reincarnation Piccolo Jr.), Emperor Pilaf, Frieza, Cell, the Red Ribbon Army (led by Commander Red and including Staff Officer Black, Ninja Murasaki, General Blue, Major Metallitron, Captain Yellow, and Dr. Gero and his Androids), Mercenary Tao, Garlic Jr., Cooler, Broly, Hit, and Black Goku. Of course, this includes those who eventually [[HeelFaceTurn join the good guys]], as Vegeta, Piccolo, and Androids 17 and 18 do.
* ''Anime/SamuraiFlamenco'', being a series that serves as a light-hearted {{Reconstruction}} of superhero tropes, gives the titular hero a set of foes, though they're mostly arc villains. The list of enemies he faces includes King Torture, Beyond Flamenco, Ultimate Prime Minister, Alien Flamenco, and Haiji Sawada.
* While ''Manga/OnePiece'' isn't a superhero series, the Straw Hat Pirates do face a number of varied and colorful adversaries (some being Marines or bounty-hunters, some being other pirates, some with superpowers and some [[BadassNormal without]]) who show up in two or more arcs, including arcs that may fall within the same overall saga, and who oppose them in at least two of those appearances. Foes who fit the bill include [[VillainousHarlequin Buggy the Clown]], [[CarryABigStick "Iron Mace" Alvida]] (both before and after she got her Devil Fruit, the second time in a VillainTeamUp with Buggy), [[MasterSwordsman Dracule Mihawk]], [[SternChase Smoker]], [[DishingOutDirt Sir Crocodile]] and the agents of [[BountyHunter Baroque Works]] (specifically the Mr. 5 team, which serves as main antagonists in two arcs), [[ExtraOreDinary "Black Cage" Hina]], [[TimeStandsStill Foxy the Silver Fox]] (if you include his anime-only appearances), [[AnIcePerson Aokiji]], the [[ProfessionalKiller Cipher Pol 9 agents]], [[PowerPalms Bartholomew Kuma]], [[CastingAShadow Gecko Moria]], [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Vice-Admiral Momonga]], [[LightIsNotGood Kizaru]], [[GeneralRipper Akainu]], [[PeoplePuppets Donquixote Doflamingo]], [[SoulPower Charlotte "Big Mom" Linlin]], and the [[EvilCounterpart Blackbeard Pirates]]; and if you include the anime specials and video games that are part of the overall franchise, then the likes of [[WolverineClaws Kuro]], [[WalkingArmory Don Krieg]], [[FantasticRacism Arlong]], [[BigEater Wapol]] and [[ShockAndAwe Enel]] (all one-arc villains) are part of the gallery too. Of the ones listed here, though, circumstances may change their standing on the list, since Mihawk is a NobleDemon and semi-FriendlyEnemy who only opposes the Straw Hats and other pirates by virtue of him being one of the Shichibukai, Smoker eventually becomes more of a ReasonableAuthorityFigure whose only real reason for continuing to (officially) pursue the Straw Hats is because they're pirates, Aokiji only opposes the Straw Hats due to his position as an Admiral [[spoiler:up until his defection from the Marines]], Buggy and Crocodile enter into an EnemyMine situation with Luffy during the Summit War Saga, and [[spoiler:Kuma]] is more of a StealthMentor rather than being truly malicious.
** On the flip side, any pirate or other criminal who has a bounty poster (including the Straw Hats themselves) counts as being part of a Rogues Gallery for the Marines.
** In the series' ''Chopperman'' specials, which put Chopper in the role of a typical superhero, he gets a cast of regular enemies to fight, based on the other members of the crew: Dr. Usodabada, Zorogilla, Sanjilops, Robiflowan, and the Luffy-Bomber and Frangashan mecha (though Luffy-Bomber does a HeelFaceTurn in his first appearance).
* ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'', a [[CorporateSponsoredSuperhero corporate-sponsored superhero duo]], has a set of villains they have to face, some of whom are members of or affiliated with the mysterious Ouroboros organization. Their enemies include Lunatic, Jake Martinez, Kriem, J.G. Benjamin, H-01, and Rotwang--and that's not counting the ones who appear in only one episode.
* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', as a series about super-powered humans who can undergo official training to become superheroes, naturally has a list of recurring villains, most of whom are members of or affiliated with the League of Villains. This list includes All For One, Kurogiri, Hero Killer Stain, Tomura Shigaraki, Giran, Dabi, Himiko Toga, Mr. Compress, Magne, Spinner, and Twice.
* Although ''Anime/TheBigO'' is a series about HumongousMecha as opposed to strictly superhero fare, Roger Smith's constant comparisons to Franchise/{{Batman}} means he gets a group of adversaries over the course of the series. These include Alex Rosewater, Jason Beck, Angel, Schwartzwald, Alan Gabriel, and Agent 12.
* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': Ranma Saotome can't exactly catch a break with a collection of antagonists always out to beat him, the [[OvershadowedByAwesome seemingly unbeatable]]. Yet Ryoga, Mousse, Principal ''and'' Tatewaki Kuno, Gosunkugi, Hinako, Cologne, Pantyhose Taro, and Happosai all press on...[[note]]Hell, even his own ''suitors'' can be this, depending on how far they're willing to go to make him into a bridegroom.[[/note]]
* If you look at ''Manga/LupinIII'' from the perspective of the law, then Lupin and his gang (Jigen, Goemon and Fujiko) are a recurring Rogues Gallery for [[SympatheticInspectorAntagonist Inspector Zenigata]]. Well, they ''are'' criminals, so...
** On Lupin's end, he has his own list of recurring adversaries across the franchise. These include Zenigata (of course), Rebecca Rossellini, Agent Nyx, Leonardo da Vinci (really), Mr. X, Kyosuke Mamo, and Pycal. One could also consider [[FemmeFatale Fujiko]] to be part of this list, as depending on the plot she's just as likely to work against Lupin as she is to work with him (and Jigen consistently warns him not to trust her, to no avail).
* ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'': There's a fairly small but frequently appearing list of enemies who either want to kill Koro-sensei or to discredit and humiliate the Class 3-E students (in two instances, both at the same time), to include [[BreakThemByTalking Chairman Gakuho Asano]], [[MadScientist Shiro]], [[DrillSergeantNasty Akira Takaoka]], [[FingerGun the Reaper]], [[BloodKnight Itona Horibe]], Chairman Asano's son [[SmugSnake Gakushu Asano]], and [[TheAce the Virtuosos]] (led by Gakushu and consisting of Teppei Araki, Ren Sakakibara, Natsuhiko Koyama, and Tomoya Seo). Of this list, the Virtuosos know nothing of Koro-sensei and are more academic antagonists to Class 3-E, and [[spoiler:Itona]] eventually makes a HeelFaceTurn. On a lesser note where the list of antagonists is concerned, one could make special mention of [[ColdSniper Red-Eye]], Nagisa's mother [[MyBelovedSmother Hiromi Shiota]], and the assassin trio of [[MasterPoisoner Smog]], [[GoodOldFisticuffs Grip]] and [[TheGunslinger Gastro]], but Red-Eye is more of a PunchClockVillain who backs down from trying to snipe Koro-sensei after his multiple attempts in his introductory episode, Hiromi isn't any real threat to Koro-sensei or Class 3-E as a wider group [[spoiler:beyond trying to burn down their schoolroom]] and has managed to mend fences with Nagisa by her second appearance, and the last three [[spoiler:have far more standards than Takaoka, their employer, as they're not up for killing schoolkids]].
* Like its more comical [[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries abridged-series counterpart]] below, ''Manga/YuGiOh'' has a list of recurring antagonists who serve largely as rivals to Yugi and/or his friends; their intentions usually involve claiming Yugi's Millennium Puzzle and the power it possesses, proving themselves superior in some way, or some overlap of the two. The most frequently-appearing enemies are [[TheRival Seto Kaiba]], who is determined to overcome Yugi to the point of ''trying to kill him and his friends'' in one instance, and [[WhiteHairBlackHeart Yami Bakura]], the spirit of the Millennium Ring, who wants to claim the Puzzle in order to use its power for his own nefarious ends. Others on the list include Seto's brother [[BrattyHalfPint Mokuba]] (who, keep in mind, was a lot more malicious in his earliest appearances in the manga), Weevil Underwood, Rex Raptor, Mai Valentine (specifically, her first appearance as an antagonist during Duelist Kingdom and her BrainwashedAndCrazy period during the anime-only Doma arc), Marik Ishtar and the Rare Hunters (Ghouls in the original Japanese), Kemo (who's worked for both Kaiba and Pegasus), and the [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Big Five]]; and if you want to include one-arc villains, then [[ManChild Maximillion Pegasus]], [[KaleidoscopeEyes Dartz]], Aknadin and Zorc Necrophades (the latter two during the Memory World arc) are part of this list too. Interestingly, [[spoiler:the Millennium Ring itself]] could be considered a villain too, due to how much of an impact its very presence has had across the franchise, to include canon and non-canon material.
* Manga/{{Naruto}} and his allies have a rather wide list of foes whose motives range from wanting to capture and control the Nine-tailed Fox, to destroying Konoha as a whole village, to taking revenge against specific persons in Konoha. Enemies include [[MasterOfIllusion Madara Uchiha]], [[AnimalisticAbomination Orochimaru]], [[BadassBookworm Kabuto Yakushi]], any ninja from the Hidden Sound Village (which was founded by Orochimaru and includes [[AnatomyArsenal Kimimaro Kaguya]] and the [[BarrierWarrior Sound Four]]), the [[BadassCrew Akatsuki]] group, [[AlmightyJanitor Tobi]], [[KnightTemplar Danzo Shimura]], [[ThePowerOfHate Sasuke Uchiha]] (following his FaceHeelTurn), the [[EldritchAbomination Nine-tailed Fox]] (pre-HeelFaceTurn), and several members of the [[HumanAliens Otsutsuki clan]]. It should be noted, though, that not all of these face Naruto or any of his comrades in direct physical combat, and in some cases the opposition is more ideological (Danzo [[WellIntentionedExtremist genuinely wants what he believes is best for Konoha]] but is prepared to get his hands ''really'' dirty to do it, while Akatsuki's Nagato genuinely wants to eradicate all conflict [[FreudianExcuse due to the hell he and his home village went through as a result of war]]), while in others the opposition is done more behind the scenes (Madara and Orochimaru both work through manipulation of others, while the Fox was Naruto's EnemyWithin for a very long time, again before the HeelFaceTurn).

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'':
** Batman is a standout example, both in terms of memorable [[Characters/BatmanRoguesGallery villains]] and in terms of sheer size. Many individual members of the Bat-Family all have ''their'' own rogues galleries, too. Combine them all and you have one of the biggest rogues gallery in comics history, with new members being added all the time:
** The most famous examples include Scarecrow,[[note]]a psychologist dressed in a scarecrow costume who is obsessed with fear[[/note]] ComicBook/TwoFace,[[note]]an attorney who became obsessed with duality after half his body was disfigured[[/note]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy,[[note]]a woman capable of controlling plants and an eco-terrorist[[/note]] ComicBook/ThePenguin,[[note]]a scion of a wealthy family who was born heavily disfigured; now a crime lord in Gotham City[[/note]] ComicBook/TheRiddler,[[note]]a criminal mastermind obsessed with proving his own genius by leaving difficult clues behind[[/note]] Comicbook/{{Catwoman}},[[note]]a cat burglar who has an on-off relationship with Batman[[/note]] Mr. Freeze,[[note]]a cryogenicist trapped in a cooling suit; he is seeking money to revive his frozen wife[[/note]] and ComicBook/TheJoker.[[note]]an incredibly deranged man who looks like a clown obsessed with Batman himself[[/note]] Lesser known, but still highly important villains, include Hugo Strange,[[note]]a scientist and psychologist also obsessed with Batman, being one of the few to have been able to deduce his true identity[[/note]] Hush,[[note]]the scion of a wealthy Gotham family who wants revenge on the Wayne family[[/note]] ComicBook/HarleyQuinn,[[note]]a former psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum who became infatuated with The Joker[[/note]] Clayface,[[note]]a series of characters who all have clay-like bodies that allow them to take on the appearances of other people and reshape their bodies at will[[/note]] Killer Croc,[[note]]a man with a rare genetic deformity that gives him crocodile-like characteristics[[/note]] ComicBook/RasAlGhul,[[note]]the seemingly immortal leader of an AncientConspiracy dedicated to steering society, and in one continuity [[EvilMentor is also Batman's mentor]][[/note]] ComicBook/{{Deadshot}},[[note]]a ProfessionalKiller with almost supernatural aim[[/note]] ComicBook/{{Bane}},[[note]]an exceptionally intelligent man who was raised in a prison and experimented on with a combat drug[[/note]] Mad Hatter,[[note]]a madman obsessed with Creator/LewisCarroll's ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''[[/note]] and Black Mask.[[note]]a crime lord obsessed with masks; the mask he wears was fused with the skin of his head after a fire.[[/note]] He's also got a bunch of lower-tier villains like Killer Moth, Firefly, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Great White Shark, Narcosis, the Court of Owls, Professor Pyg, Dr. Dadelus, Ten-Eyed Man, KG-Beast, Black Spider, Lock-Up, Steeljacket, Orca, Roadrunner, Dr. Phospherus, Lord Death Man, Flamingo, and Cluemaster.[[note]]The father of the most recent Batgirl before Flashpoint happened. Hadn't really used his gimmick since her introduction.[[/note]]
** Depending on the continuity, poor Batman has had to deal with ''multiple'' rogues galleries. On [[Series/{{Batman}} the 1960s TV show]], [[BornInTheWrongCentury King Tut]] and Egghead were particularly troublesome. [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries The animated series]] gave us the ClockKing and its spinoff comic ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'' gave us, among others, the trio of [[CrazyPrepared Mastermind]], [[AwesomenessByAnalysis The Professor]], and [[BewareTheNiceOnes Mr. Nice]] (although they were more in the IneffectualSympatheticVillain category, really).
* Batman's former sidekick ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} has his own gallery, including villains that have plagued him from his days with Batman and the Titans: Blockbuster, Torque, the Tarantula, [[EvilKnockoff Nite-Wing]], Double Dare, Hellhound, Amygdala, ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}, the Pierce Brothers... In a subversion, one of them is Shrike, an assassin Nightwing befriended while undercover receiving assassin's training. He thinks that he's Nightwing's worst foe; in reality, Nightwing doesn't even consider him a threat, on one occasion ignoring him and ''walking away'' while Shrike chased after him, trying (and failing) to hit him.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', Bruce Wayne's successor Terry developed his own set, including [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Blight]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Shriek]], [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Inque]], [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Spellbinder]], [[ProfessionalKiller Curare]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Stalker]], [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent the Terrific Trio]], [[JekyllAndHyde Terminal]], [[BombThrowingAnarchists Mad Stan]], [[WhosLaughingNow Willy Watt]], [[EvilFormerFriend Big Time]], [[OverlordJr Preston Powers]], the Royal Flush Gang, and the [[GangofHats Jokerz]]. There was even some overlap; Mr. Freeze appeared in one episode, [[spoiler:Ra's al Ghul lived to face ''both'' Batman after [[GrandTheftMe bodyjacking his own daughter]]]] and ComicBook/TheJoker himself came BackFromTheDead to [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker get his own feature presentation]].
** Lampshaded in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''; when Terry and Bruce first encounter Shriek, the following exchange takes place:
-->'''Terry:''' You know this guy?\\
'''Bruce:''' Sorry, not one of mine.
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'':
** His gallery is one of the most popular in comics, and it [[Characters/SupermanRoguesGallery includes]] earthly villains like ComicBook/LexLuthor, [[{{Cyborg}} Metallo]], [[EvilKnockoff Bizarro]], [[EvilTwin Ultraman]], [[PowersAsPrograms Parasite]], [[ItAmusedMe Prankster]], [[PsychopathicManchild Toyman]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Silver Banshee]], [[RobotMe Cyborg-Superman]], [[PsychicPowers Manchester Black,]] and [[TheSyndicate Intergang]], as well as alien or space-based foes like ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}, [[KneelBeforeZod Zod]], {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, [[GalacticConqueror Mongul]], [[SpaceCowboy Terra-Man,]] [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Doomsday]], and [[GreatGazoo Mister Mxyzptlk]]. The latest addition is Blanque, an OmnicidalManiac who is basically Superman's version of The Joker, only without any humor.
** The producers of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' felt this gallery was really limited; they resorted to using Creator/JackKirby's [[Comicbook/NewGods Fourth World]] DC characters, such as Darkseid and his gang, to fill the ranks. They also created a couple of their own villains, most notably CanonImmigrant [[PsychoElectro Livewire]].
** To be fair, Darkseid and other elements of the Fourth World were introduced in Jack Kirby's ''ComicBook/JimmyOlsen'' comics, so they were, by extension, always a part of the Superman Mythos. And, in any case, their storylines were ''[[RuleOfCool awesome]]''.
* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' has her own gallery, including MadScientist and body-swapper Lesla-Lar, Kryptonian criminal Black Flame, sword-wielding Amazon Nightflame, Satan Girl (name shared by three vastly different enemies), reality-warper Nazi Blackstarr, super-powered Darkseid minion Powerboy, mass-murderer bounty-hunter ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}}'', Metallo expy and genocidal thug Reactron (who killed post-Crisis Supergirl's parents and blew New Krypton up), corrupt businessman Simon Tycho, SuperSoldier Reign and the remainder world-killers -biological super-weapons-, Kryptonian werewolf Lar-On, Cyborg-Superman, and many more.
* ''Franchise/SpiderMan''
** His gallery [[Characters/SpidermanRoguesGallery includes]] [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn the Green Goblin]], [[LegacyCharacter Hobgoblin]], ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, Comicbook/{{Venom}}, [[PsychoElectro Electro]], [[MasterOfIllusion Mysterio]], [[DishingOutDirt Sandman]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Kraven the Hunter]], [[BadassGrandpa the Vulture]], ComicBook/{{Carnage}}, [[JekyllAndHyde the Lizard]], [[DumbMuscle the Rhino]], ComicBook/BlackCat, [[BewareMyStingerTail the Scorpion]], [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain the]] [[MakeMeWannaShout Shocker]], etc. Together with Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/{{Superman}}'s, it's considered probably the most well-known Rogues Gallery in all of comicdom.
** The villains are also good examples of villains crossing over to fight new heroes besides their traditional sparring partners. Electro, for example, has become an enemy to Daredevil as well as Spider-Man, while Spidey himself has thrown down with the enemies of everyone from Comicbook/IronMan to the Hulk to Captain Marvel.
*** A glaring example is Wilson Fisk, ComicBook/TheKingpin. He's become so closely associated with Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} that [[Film/{{Daredevil}} the 2003 movie]] used him as the BigBad.
*** Comicbook/DarkReign upgraded Norman "The Green Goblin" Osborn to a universe-wide villain when he [[spoiler:took over the Avengers]].
** Starting with ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'', ''many'' new villains have been introduced in order to keep stories from falling into routine. Among them are [[YinYangBomb Mr. Negative]], [[DistaffCounterpart Menace]], [[LeParkour Screwball]], [[SquashedFlat Paper Doll]], [[DisadvantageousDisintegration Fracture]], [[{{Technopath}} Overdrive]], and [[TemporaryBlindness Blindside]]. Of the bunch Mr. Negative, Screwball, and Overdrive proved to be the only ones to have any staying power in Spidey's rogues gsllery.
** ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl'', his daughter, has a nice rogues gallery as well. Crazy Eight, Killerwatt, the Dragon King, Funny Face, Soldiers of the Serpent, Quickwire, the Hobgoblin, Earthshaker, Mr. Abnormal, [[DaddysLittleVillain Aftershock]], Apox, Angel Face, Fury the Goblin Queen, Mr. Nobody, Carolyn Trainer, Killer Frost, Reverb, etc. She even inherited a villain from her father's rogues gallery in the form of Black Tarantula.
** Due to villain attrition, such as the death of Kraven and [[HeelFaceTurn the reforming of Sandman as a hero]], the [[LegionOfDoom Sinister Six]] has seen a lot of villains take part of the sextet as Doc Ock sought to fill up the empty slots any way he could just to preserve the group name. This has actually lead to the Six's downfall on a few occasions, due to Ock picking a villain who isn't really a team player. for example the one time they let Venom join, his mental instability and [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou obsession with being the one to kill Spider-Man]] resulted in him going rogue mid-battle, crippling Sandman with a poisonous bite, and basically ruining the plan just as they were about to win. Generally Spidey's villains don't play well with each other.
* ''Franchise/TheFlash'', in his comic-book incarnation, has an impressively large Rogues Gallery the most recognizable of which include [[AnIcePerson Captain Cold]], the Trickster, Mirror Master, Captain Boomerang, Weather Wizard, the Shade, Gorilla Grodd, [[{{Pyromaniac}} Heat Wave]], the [[EvilCounterpart Reverse-Flashes]], etc. They were also marked being a really unambitious bunch, considering they all have some incredibly powerful tech and [[CutLexLuthorACheck the best use most can think of is simple robberies of local targets]]. It's implied that many are at ''least'' as unstable as Batman's. Most actually called themselves "The Rogues" and are [[AffablyEvil unusually social for supervillains]]. Gorilla Grodd, the original Reverse Flash, and Zoom are not members of and actually hate the Rogues (the feeling is mutual -- the fact that said three villains [[EvenEvilHasStandards are probably the most heinous of the Flash's foes]] is implied to play a large part in the mutual dislike). The Rogues, in turn, have shunned other members of the Flash's Rogues Gallery, such as Abra Kadabra and the Rainbow Raider/s, though they will tolerate them when something big comes up (like Captain Boomerang's funeral) or when their goals coincide.
** They have an unspoken rule of not to kill the Flash (bar their ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' appearance). That they actually did it (if accidentally) is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone the worst thing that]] [[AntagonistInMourning ever happened to them]].
*** And in ''Comicbook/BlackestNight'', the Rogues tell [[spoiler:Captain Boomerang II]] that "[[EvenEvilHasStandards The Rogues don't kill women and children]]" right before they [[spoiler:[[KarmicDeath shove him into the pit he's been using to feed his Black Lantern father, the original Captain Boomerang]]]].
*** On the flip side however, the Rogues have occasionally undergone a DarkerAndEdgier transformation to basically became Central City's version of the Mafia. While their gimmicks were still silly, they were unrepentant killers who were considered very dangerous.
** Depending on when the comics were printed, some of Wally's Rogues were sometimes depicted as being {{Punch Clock Villain}}s who were actually almost ''{{friend|lyEnemy}}s'' [[FriendlyEnemy with the Flash]]. Notably, scenes like [[http://www.coverbrowser.com/image/the-flash/19-1.jpg this]] actually happened in the comic, not just on the cover (that one happened because the Trickster sent Wally an invitation to a Rogues party as a joke - Wally had a date and no better ideas, so he decided to take him up on the invite. All involved find themselves having a surprisingly good time).
** Several of these have appeared in some form in either [[Series/TheFlash1990 the short-lived live-action TV series]], or in his appearances on ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'', ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', and ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''.
** The rogues named above were largely enemies of Barry Allen during his run as the Flash in the Silver Age period, and in fact nearly all of them were introduced at that time when the Flash, among other heroes, was being retooled for the then-modern comic era. Enemies peculiar to Jay Garrick, Barry's Golden Age predecessor, included the Turtle, the Thinker, the Fiddler, the Thorn, the Eel, the Rival (Jay's own Reverse-Flash, who merely wore a darker version of Jay's costume with a mask), Rag Doll, and ComicBook/VandalSavage; while Wally West, Barry's successor, got unique enemies such as [[TheChessmaster Blacksmith]], [[SerialKiller Murmur]], [[SplitPersonality Magenta]], [[MadeOfIron Girder]], Plunder, Cicada, Brother Grimm, Neron, Razer, [[ThenLetMeBeEvil Peek-a-boo]], Tar Pit, and Double Down. A lot of Barry's traditional foes clashed with Wally as well, and some even got successors to their titles, including a new Trickster (Axel Walker, a spoiled rich kid who stole James Jesse's gimmicks and went into crime ForTheEvulz) and Zoom ([[FaceHeelTurn Hunter]] [[StevenUlyssesPerhero Zolomon]], inspired by Eobard Thawne). Bart Allen's tenure as the fourth Flash isn't really long enough to build up a separate Rogues Gallery but, in addition to fighting Barry Allen/Wally West villains, he gains an arch-enemy of his own, [[EvilTwin Inertia]].
* The ''Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'' Captain Marvel: the Rogues Gallery includes [[MadScientist Dr. Sivana]] (and all four of his children), Mr. Mind, ComicBook/BlackAdam, Mr. Atom, Ibac the Invincible, Sabbac, Oggar, King Kull, the crocodile-gangsters of Planet Punkus, etc. Most (save Black Adam) haven't appeared much lately, but they tend to congregate as [[LegionOfDoom the Monster Society of Evil]].
** The Monster Society has the distinction of being the first recurring villain team in comics. So it was Captain Marvel's gallery who first came up with the idea of teaming up to destroy the hero (a tactic which proved about as successful as it usually does.)
** The only unrepentantly evil members of the Sivana Family are Dr. Thaddeus Sivana, Georgia, and Sivana Jr. [[BeautyEqualsGoodness Magnificus and Beautia]] both pulled [[HeelFaceTurn Heel Face Turns]] and became at the very least Law-Abiding Citizens who are mostly embarrassed by their family, if not outright allies of the Marvel Family.
* The ''Comicbook/XMen'' [[Characters/XMenRoguesGallery have]] ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, [[EvilutionaryBiologist Mr. Sinister]], [[SinisterMinister Reverend]] ([[TheMovie or Colonel]]) Stryker, [[DemonicPossession the Shadow King]], Black Tom Cassidy, [[ImmortalityImmorality Selene]], Sabretooth, TheJuggernaut, etc. X-Men being a book about a team, they've got even more groups as enemies: the Brotherhood of Mutants, the Hellfire Club, the Savage Land mutates, the original Hellions, the Acolytes, the Marauders, the Four Horsemen, the Sentinels, and on and on. Team names tend to get reused, and individual members get around a ''lot,'' nearly as much as with the X-Men themselves.
** Making things even more complicated, a few X-Men have their ''own'' Rogues galleries! Franchise/{{Wolverine}} has everyone ever involved with the Weapon Plus project (ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}}, Lady Deathstrike, etc.), ComicBook/JeanGrey (thanks to being the incarnation of the Phoenix) is on the ''entire Shi'ar Empire's'' shit list, and Xavier himself has personal issues with Magneto, the Shadow King, Cassandra Nova, and Cain "Juggernaut" Marko. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} and his brother Havok are of special interest to Mr. Sinister (who has up to THREE teams of PsychoForHire assassins!) and have their psychopathic Omega class brother [[CainAndAbel Vulcan]] to deal with, Beast has to deal with his Age of Apocalypse EvilCounterpart Dark Beast, Banshee and Black Tom are cousins, and Colossus has a CainAndAbel dynamic with his brother Mikhael Rasputin. The X-Men have so many enemies it's a wonder how they keep track of them all. And while some of the above are currently dead, [[DeathIsCheap this is X-Men]], so they'll probably be back.
* ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' has the [[CatGirl Cheetah]], [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giganta]], [[PsychicPowers Dr. Psycho,]] [[{{Cyborg}} Dr. Cyber,]] [[AlienGeometries Angle Man,]] [[ThoseWackyNazis Baroness Von Gunther,]] Silver Swan, Veronica Cale, the Queen of Fables, and some gods gone bad (Ares, Hades, etc.) and other figures from Greek Mythology (Hercules, Medusa, Circe). If it stems from mythology, especially Myth/ClassicalMythology, its likely Wonder Woman encountered it. However, many of the more recent rogues are often skipped over due to Wonder Woman's continual battle with DependingOnTheWriter.
* Each Franchise/GreenLantern to headline his own series has had a collection of recurring foes, though they rarely if ever have teamed up collectively.
** Alan Scott: ComicBook/VandalSavage (arguably his archnemesis), Solomon Grundy, the Sportsman, the Icicle, the Gambler, the Harlequin (who actually only became a villain in the first place to [[DatingCatwoman date, and, subsequently, marry Alan]]) and the Thorn (the mother of his two children).
** Hal Jordan: Sinestro (''definitely'' his archnemesis), the Manhunters, Kanjar Ro, Atrocitus, Hector Hammond, Star Sapphire ([[DatingCatwoman Hal's sometimes-girlfriend]]), Dr. Polaris, the Tattooed Man, Evil Star, Black Hand, Goldface (another HeelFaceTurn), Sonar, and the Shark.
** Kyle Rayner: Major Force (on loan from Comicbook/CaptainAtom and not really his archnemesis, but he's loomed large in Kyle's life anyway, thanks largely to [[StuffedIntoTheFridge what he did to his first girlfriend]]), Oblivion, Grayven, Effigy, Alex Nero, Fatality, Brainwave Jr., and Amon Sur. Kyle, in an issue of his comic, bemoans the fact that he has a lousy Rogues Gallery, compared to his friend Wally West (The Flash).
** As of ''Green Lantern: Rebirth'' and the subsequent relaunch of the franchise, Hal and Kyle's galleries have more or less merged into a collective Rogues Gallery for the entire Green Lantern Corps, with the additions of Parallax, Mongul, Cyborg-Superman, Superboy-Prime, Krona, and [[Characters/GLSinestroCorps the Sinestro Corps]].
** Furthermore, the ''GL Corps'' now have their own rival factions, including the [[TheBerserker Red Lanterns]], [[TheHeartless Black Lanterns]], [[OneManArmy Agent Orange]], and the aforementioned [[DespotismJustifiesTheMeans Sinestro Corps]]. The Star Sapphire name is now applied to a corps as well, although they don't have any designs towards antagonizing the Green Lanterns.
* In addition to their individual enemies, the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica had a handful of villains that regularly fought them as a team: [[PowerCopying Amazo]], Despero, Starro the Conqueror, Kanjar Ro, Starbreaker, The Shaggy Man (later known as the General), The Queen Bee, and Prometheus, to name but a few. Two of the most famous villain teams are the Injustice League and the Secret Society of Supervillains.
* The ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica's Rogues Gallery is made up mostly of the surviving foes of their individual members from back in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, as well as said foes' {{legac|yCharacter}}ies and a few add-ons from more recent years. These include but are not limited to: ComicBook/VandalSavage, the Wizard, and the Ultra-Humanite (more or less collectively the team's archfoes), plus Per Degaton, Wotan, Solomon Grundy, the Rival, the Tigress, Shiv, the Gentleman Ghost, Johnny Sorrow, Roulette, Icicle II, the Thinker, Killer Wasp, Rag Doll, and on-again-off-again AntiHero Black Adam.
* Both the League and the Society occasionally fall foul of various terrorist groups (Kobra, the Illuminati) and shadowy government organizations (The D.E.O., The Agency, Checkmate).
* Likewise, ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' fought both the enemies of their individual members (such as ComicBook/{{Loki}} and The ComicBook/RedSkull) and their own collective enemies, including ComicBook/{{Ultron}}, Kang the Conqueror, Graviton, Count Nefaria, and the various incarnations of The Masters of Evil.
** They also have a tendency to "borrow" ComicBook/{{Magneto}} and ComicBook/DoctorDoom, presumably because the X-Men and the Fantastic Four can't be bothered on some days.
** [[VillainWithGoodPublicity The government-sanctioned]] ComicBook/DarkAvengers are The Masters of Evil in all but name. Former Masters of Evil member Moonstone is part of the team, and they're overseen by ComicBook/NormanOsborn's secret "Cabal" (consisting of ComicBook/DoctorDoom, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, and ComicBook/TheHood, with ComicBook/EmmaFrost and [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]] as [[TokenGoodTeammate Token Sympathetic and Likable Teammates]]).
* Comicbook/CaptainAmerica's gallery consists mostly of threats to the American way of life: Nazis (The ComicBook/RedSkull, both Barons Zemo), terrorist organizations (ComicBook/{{HYDRA}}, [[FunWithAcronyms U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M.]]), internal threats (The Secret Empire, led by President Nixon), and The French (Batroc ze Lee-pair). That said, he's also battled more conventional supervillains like [[PlayingWithFire Solarr]], the [[ButtMonkey Porcupine]], the [[AxCrazy Animus]], and the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Serpent Society]]. The Captain has also repeatedly clashed with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Scorpion]], [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Mister]] [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Hyde]], and Marvel's version of the [[Comicbook/GhostRider Scarecrow]].
* Since Comicbook/IronMan began as a vehicle for Cold War stories, his gallery were nearly all communists -- the Mandarin (not technically a communist but more of a YellowPeril), the Crimson Dynamo, the Unicorn, and the Titanium Man. Eventually, when the Cold War threats died down, his enemies became tailored to be antagonists to a playboy industrialist millionaire: [[TheChessmaster Iron Monger]], [[ManipulativeBastard Justin Hammer]] and [[ManipulativeBitch Sunset Bain]] (two business rivals), Doctor Doom (a dictator and technocrat who has what may be an even more powerful [[PoweredArmor suit of armor]] than his own), the Ghost (an industrial saboteur), [[WhipItGood Whiplash/Blacklash]] (one of Hammer's longtime employees), the [[AnIcePerson Blizzard]] (an embittered ex-employee who was fired by Stark for stealing from the company, and created his own suit of armor in an attempt at revenge), [[PlayingWithFire Firebrand]] (a radical anarchist determined to destroy capitalism and lead a utopian revolution), the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Spymaster]] (an industrial spy), [[FemmeFatale Madame Masque]] (a masked criminal saboteur, as well as [[DatingCatwoman an on-again, off-again girlfriend]]), Firepower (an armored warrior sponsored by the U.S. government, who wanted to destroy Iron Man when they thought he had gone rogue), the Melter (a crooked industrialist who was run out of business and set out to sabotage Stark Enterprises), Sunturion (another armored warrior who worked for a rival company), and the Living Laser (a psychopath with deadly laser blasters strapped to his wrists, who started out lusting after one of Iron Man's teammates but soon developed a loathing for Iron Man himself).
** After the downfall of the Soviet Union, [[WhyWeAreBummedCommunismFell many of the Soviet villains were altered somewhat]], with the Crimson Dynamo armor [[CutLexLuthorACheck being used by petty criminals]] or by people with other non-Communist political agendas, the Unicorn having become a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}, and the Titanium Man embittered over Russia's transition to a capitalist democracy and determined to destroy Iron Man, who he blames for the change.
** Then there's Fin Fang Foom, because you can't have a hero in shining armor without a bona fide fire-breathing dragon to fight. Foom also hates the Mandarin, because the Mandarin stole his ten power rings from Foom's spaceship (yes, Foom is a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot fire-breathing Chinese dragon]] ''[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot from space.]]'' And that is ''awesome).''
* The ComicBook/TeenTitans have had ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}, [[TheMole Terra]], Trigon, Brother Blood, [[CainAndAbel Blackfire]], Psimon, and occasionally the Brotherhood of Evil. More recent additions are Jericho and {{evil counterpart}}s like the Terror Titans and the Titans of Tomorrow. [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans The animated Titans]] had Slade, Brother Blood, the HIVE, the Brotherhood of Evil, Trigon, Blackfire ([[LighterAndSofter though many of these names are the same, the animated villains were often very different in terms of personality and motivation than their comic counterparts]]) and a wide variety of gag or {{Harmless Villain}}s.
* ''ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'' had a strange collection of original villains, including costumed criminals (8-Ball, the Chain Gang, Spectra, Psyko), [[CivvieSpandex uncostumed villains]] (Lullaby and the Bookworm), crazed government agents (the Office of Insufficient Evidence, the Thought Police), and supernatural demons (Mr. Jyn and Cobweb). In his short career, Sleepy also found time to mess with the villains of the Comicbook/XMen (Brotherhood of Evil Mutants), Franchise/SpiderMan (the Hobgoblin), and Comicbook/DoctorStrange (Nightmare).
* Averted in ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'': One of the reasons the first wave of masked crime-fighters didn't work out well was that there weren't nearly as many villains that wore costumes, and they just ended up convincing criminals to work in less conspicuous ways.
* Naturally Comicbook/DoctorStrange, the Sorcerer Supreme of Creator/MarvelComics, has a rogues gallery, although it's extremely unusual. Strange's foes range from other human sorcerers (Baron Mordo) to demonic entities from other dimensions who want to take over the Earth (Nightmare, Dormammu, the Dweller-in-Darkness) to out-and-out {{Eldritch Abomination}}s (Shuma-Gorath) to ancient super weapons left behind (Zom). To complicate matters, sometimes these entities use humans as agents or vessels to attack Strange when they can't go after him directly (e.g. Dormammu possessing ComicBook/TheHood).
* Even though her series is only 38 issues long, Kate Spencer, the Comicbook/{{Manhunter}}, has quite an impressive rogues gallery. Sweeney Todd, Copperhead, the Monocle, Phobia, Dr. Phobia, Everyman, and Vesetech.
* The [[CListFodder C-List Heroes]] of [[ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers Great Lakes Aveng -- uhm -- X-Me -- uhm Champi -- uh... Initiative]] have a rogues gallery consisting of Gene "[[{{Leatherman}} Leather Boy]]" Lorrene, Dr. Tannenbaumm, Deathurge (the Squirrel), and Maelstrom. Yes, most of them are even D-List Villains.
* While (for rather obvious reasons) Comicbook/ThePunisher has a small rogues gallery in the sense of ''recurring'' targets... Jigsaw is ''the'' most long-running character he's ever had to deal with, even [[spoiler:when the original Jigsaw was killed in the regular Marvel Universe, as Stuart Clarke eventually "succeeded" him]], although Nicky Cavella (2 arcs) and Kathie O'Brien's husband Rawlins (3), and finally the Generals briefly joined in [[Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX the MAX universe]] under Creator/GarthEnnis' years as author.
** Barracuda, the MadeOfIron [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstabbing]] mercenary introduced in the MAX universe, also lasted for a few arcs and got his own miniseries. After surviving a ridiculous number of injuries throughout the series, Barracuda was finally KilledOffForReal after [[spoiler:Frank tore off his nose with a pair of pliers, chopped off his arms, and ''blew his head off with an AK-47'']].
** Terrorist-for-hire Saracen had a sixteen-issue run in the 616 universe.
** Other enemies of Castle's who have made appearances in three or more issues include [[{{Cyborg}} Damage]], Thorn, [[MafiaPrincess Rosalie Carbone]], [[GatlingGood Rapido]], [[EvilCripple Ma Gnucci]], [[MadeOfIron the Russian]], Recoil, Bushwacker, [[ColdSniper Sniper]], [[RabidCop Blackwell]], [[LegacyCharacter the Elite]], and [[SuperSoldier Johnny Nightmare]].
* The Comicbook/FantasticFour have a rather wide-ranging gallery, from ComicBook/{{Galactus}} to Doctor Doom to The Red Ghost and his Super Apes, taking in [[PeoplePuppets Puppet Master]], [[EvilGenius Mad Thinker]], [[BeenThereShapedHistory Rama-Tut]], [[MoleMen Mole Man]], [[EvilSorceror Diablo]], [[VoluntaryShapeshifting the Skrulls]], [[HigherTechSpecies the Kree]], [[HarbingerOfImpendingDoom Terrax]], [[FlyingFirepower Wizard]] and [[EvilCounterpart the Frightful Four]]. It says something, however, that their "Oh, right, it's Tuesday again. And right in the middle of Andy Griffith" foes are most of the universe's "Anyone know a really, really interventionist deity?" foes. (Obviously, this does not apply to the Super Apes.) The FF have also fought a number of heroes, some of whom debuted fighting the Four. These include [[Comicbook/SubMariner Namor]], Hulk, the ComicBook/BlackPanther, the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, and even Anime/CombattlerV.
* In the very early stories written by Creator/StanLee, even the [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Human Torch]] and ComicBook/AntMan had their own rogue's galleries before they became full-time team heroes. The Torch faced off against the Beetle, Plant-Man, the Trapster, and the Wizard, while Ant-Man battled the likes of Whirlwind, Egghead, and the Porcupine. The Wizard went on to become a significant threat to the Fantastic Four, while the rest of them languished as minor villains... they weren't Stan's best creations.
* Most of the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's enemies are other super-strong bruisers who can actually go a few rounds with the Big Green Machine without immediately getting turned into roadkill, like the [[EvilCounterpart Abomination]], Mister Hyde, Madman, the Glob, and the Wendigo. Not everyone fits the bill however, such as the Leader, a MadScientist and EvilGenius who has as much brains as the Hulk does brawn; the U-Foes, a collective EvilCounterpart to the Comicbook/FantasticFour with a similar origin and powers, although they never actually met the Four; [[EnergyBeings Zzzax]], a sentient electrical field; Mercy, a fragile-looking and wayward DarkMagicalGirl; the Gamma Corps, a collection of other gamma-mutated humans who serve the Leader; and Rock and Redeemer, one of whom is a sentient shapeshifting boulder and the other who wears a suit of deadly power armor. The Hulk has even battled a couple of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, like the Crawling Unknown (a giant, cancerlike growth that mutated out of control), and Sh'mballah, an {{Expy}} of {{Cthulhu|Mythos}} who tried to conquer the Earth, messed with the Hulk, [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and didn't live to regret it]]. The Hulk is also a popular choice for [[RoguesGalleryTransplant villains who fight someone besides their traditional enemies]], as he's tangled with the likes of the [[Franchise/SpiderMan Sandman and the Rhino]] and [[Comicbook/XMen the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Juggernaut]]. The Hulk is also one of the few Marvel characters who has other heroes in his rogues gallery, regularly slugging it out with Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Wolverine, and [[Comicbook/FantasticFour The Thing.]]
** Bruce Banner's cousin Jennifer Walters, also known as ''ComicBook/SheHulk'', has her own list of enemies, likewise consisting of super-strong bruisers such as her ArchEnemy Titania and others like the Abominatrix, Adrenazon, and the Behemoth, but also including other super-powered foes like the Countess (a reality-warper), Bulldozer (the daughter of the original Bulldozer from the Wrecking Crew), the Grappler (a martial artist who uses gadgets to fight), Madcap (a crazy fellow with incredible healing abilities), Black Hole (a man who can create a black hole from his chest), and Frenzy (a mutant whose skin is hard as steel) and even non-powered villains like extortionist Beverly Cross and crime boss Nicholas Trask. Being the Hulk's cousin and ally, she's also butted heads with some of his enemies, to include the Abomination and the Grey Gargoyle, and with villains from other rogues' galleries such as Venom and Juggernaut.
* Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}, despite usually keeping to one area of New York City, has managed to rack up quite a Rogues Gallery, amongst them ComicBook/TheKingpin, assassin for hire [[AxCrazy Bullseye]], on and off again girlfriend[=/=]Greek Goddess of Death ComicBook/{{Elektra}}, evil ninja cult [[ConservationOfNinjutsu the Hand]], and then there's [[DiabolicalMastermind Owl]], [[GeniusBruiser Bullet]], [[TheChewToy Stilt-Man]], [[ButtMonkey Turk]], [[SplitPersonality Typhoid Mary]], [[EvilAlbino Tombstone]], [[JekyllAndHyde Mister Hyde]], [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Mister Fear]], the [[TouchOfDeath Death-Stalker]], [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} the Gladiator]], the [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Eel]], and [[PsychoElectro Electro]] and [[MasterOfIllusion Mysterio]], who DD shares with Franchise/SpiderMan. Even AntiHero Comicbook/ThePunisher clashes with Daredevil often enough that the two show up in each other's series at least once on each run!
* Comicbook/TheMightyThor's rogues gallery is a strange mishmash of mythological villains and costumed criminals. Some of his enemies are derived from Myth/NorseMythology, like his [[ArchEnemy brother Loki]], and the fire giant Surtur, and those who hail from the worlds of myth but were created by Stan Lee like Ulik the rock troll, Amora ComicBook/TheEnchantress, and Skurge the Executioner, but even in the early Stan Lee-scripted stories he fought mortal villains like the Wrecking Crew, the Absorbing Man, Mister Hyde, the Cobra, Radioactive Man, Zarrko, and the Grey Gargoyle.
* The original ''Comicbook/SpiderWoman'' developed a considerable rogues gallery of her own during her original 50-issue series in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including [[LukeIAmYourFather Viper]], the [[PsychopathicManchild Brothers Grimm]], the [[NightmareFuel Needle]], the [[PsychoForHire Flying Tiger]], [[EvilAlbino Nekra]], [[MadScientist Dr. Karl Malus]], the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hangman]], [[{{Stripperiffic}} Gypsy Moth]], the [[HalfHumanHybrid Human Fly]] (on loan from Spider-Man), Daddy Long Legs, [[ButtMonkey Turner D. Century]], the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Waxman]], and her ArchEnemy [[KingArthur Morgan Le Fey.]]
* Different incarnations of the Comicbook/GhostRider had their own rogues galleries, including both demonic villains like ComicBook/{{Mephisto}}, Deathwatch, Blackout, Hag & Troll, and Lilith, and more conventional costumed villains like the Orb, the Water Wizard, and Marvel's own version of the Scarecrow.
* ''ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse'': A non-superhero example would be with Scrooge [=McDuck=], most notably in the comics by Creator/CarlBarks and Creator/DonRosa. Along with the [[CardCarryingVillain Beagle]] [[TerribleTrio Boys]], who are constantly trying to rob Scrooge blind, he has to contend with [[FemmeFatale Magica De Spell]], an evil sorceress who constantly tries to steal Scrooge's NumberOneDime because she thinks it has magic powers; the snooty [[UpperClassTwit John D. Rockerduck]], who simply inherited his money instead of working for it like Scrooge did; and [[EvilCounterpart Flintheart]] [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney Glomgold]], who has all of Scrooge's drive and determination but none of his ethics or morals. There's also Blackheart Beagle, the Beagle Boys' grandfather, founder, and occasional leader who is depicted as Scrooge's ArchEnemy and is constantly trying to rob Scrooge blind with the aid of his family The Beagle Boys. Later day additions include the country of [[{{Ruritania}} Brutopia]] and [[GentlemanThief Arpine Lusene]], who's out to steal Scrooge's money simply to show that he can, or, at the very least, make it disappear so he can claim he did.
** The Beagle Boys, Flintheart, and Magica all became regulars on ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''.
** Interestingly, while both come from the original canon, Rockerduck and Flintheart rarely if ever are featured in the same canon in modern comics. In America Flintheart is prevalent while in Europe Rockerduck is more famous, and as a result hardly any American fan is aware of Rockerduck and the same applies to European fans for Flintheart, which resulted in their personalities to have evolved over time to ''be the same''. Thus, you can call Rockerduck "Europe's Flintheart" and Flintheart "America's Rockerduck".
** Scrooge's Rogues Gallery is actually lampshaded in the first episode of the ''[[WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017 DuckTales reboot]]'', when Scrooge learns that Donald's new job is with [[spoiler:Flintheart Glomgold]].
--->'''Scrooge:''' Your new job is with ''my sworn enemy?''
--->'''Donald:''' I can't keep track of [[LongList all your sworn enemies!]]
* Superman [[CaptainErsatz analogue]] ''ComicBook/{{Supreme}}'' has [[MadScientist Darius Dax]], [[TrappedInTVLand the Televillain]], [[GalacticConqueror Korgo the Space Tyrant]], [[EvilTwin Shadow Supreme]], [[EvilTwin Emerpus]], [[HardLight Optilux]], and [[GreatGazoo Szasz the Sprite Supreme]], among others. Almost all of these are transparent [[CaptainErsatz Captains Ersatz]] of Superman villains.
* ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' has [[BadBoss Black Manta]] and [[CainAndAbel Ocean Master]] sharing archvillain status, with [[PoweredArmor Carapax]], the [[PeoplePuppets Fisherman]], the [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Scavenger]], the [[PunchClockVillain Human Flying Fish]], [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy King Shark]], [[MakingASplash the Eel]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Marine Marauder]], the [[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere Deep Six]], [[ShadowArchetype the Thirst]], Kordax, and [[FishPeople Charybdis]] rounding out the ranks.
* Deconstructed in Bates and Weisman's version of ''Comicbook/CaptainAtom'', in which Cap had a fictitious rogues' gallery that the military designed for him as part of his publicly-revealed false origin. Since that origin was his original, [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] [[RetCon Charlton origin]], his fake rogues' gallery, most notably Dr. Spectro, were drawn from his ''actual'' Charlton stories. On top of which, some of these fake villains later ''became'' [[BecomingTheMask real ones]]. Plus which, they, along with many of his other actual rogues, including, again, Dr. Spectro, as well as [[EvilCounterpart Major Force]], The Ghost (at one time), and [[MagnificentBastard Wade Eiling]], worked for the same secret military project he himself worked for. He also had "regular" rogues like [[DatingCatwoman Plastique]], [[CorporateSamurai The Cambodian]], and the [[EvilOverlord Queen Bee]].
* The ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} has loads and loads of recurring enemies, including at least three teams of villains:
** The Fatal Five: Tharok, Manos, Validus, Emerald Empress, and the Persuader (plus, on one occasion, Mordecai standing in for Validus).
** The Legion of Super-Villains: Lightning Lord, Saturn Queen, Cosmic King, Chameleon Chief, Esper Lass, Hunter, Magno Lad, Micro Lad, Nemesis Kid, Ol-Vir, Radiation Roy, Ron-Karr, Spider Girl, Sun Emperor, Tyr, and Zymyr.
** The Justice League of Earth: Earth-Man, Storm Boy, Golden Boy, Tusker, Eyeful Ethel, and Radiation Roy and Spider Girl from the LSV.
** And numerous unaffiliated villains: Mordru, the Time Trapper, Computo, Universo, the Dark Circle, Leland [=McCauley=], Imperiex, Evillo, Grimbor the Chainsman, and so on and so forth.
* Franchise/{{Tintin}} isn't a superhero, but he did have a series of recurring antagonists: [[ArchEnemy Roberto Rastapopulous]] (''[[Recap/TintinCigarsOfThePharaoh Cigars of the Pharaoh]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus The Blue Lotus]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheRedSeaSharks The Red Sea Sharks]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinFlight714 Flight 714]]''), [[FascistButInefficient Colonel Sponsz]](''[[Recap/TintinTheCalculusAffair The Calculus Affair]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinTintinAndThePicaros Tintin and the Picaros]]'') Colonel Boris/Jorgen (''[[Recap/TintinKingOttokarsSceptre King Ottokar's Sceptre]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinDestinationMoon Destination Moon]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinExplorersOnTheMoon Explorers on the Moon]]''), [[TheDragon Allan]] (''Cigars of the Pharaoh'', ''[[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws The Crab with the Golden Claws]]'', ''Flight 714''), [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Dr. Mueller]] (''[[Recap/TintinTheBlackIsland The Black Island]]'', ''[[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Land of Black Gold]]'' minor in ''The Red Sea Sharks''), and [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized General Tapioca]] (''[[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar The Broken Ear]]'', ''Tintin and the Picaros''). Also to a minor extent Dawson (''The Blue Lotus'', ''The Red Sea Sharks'') and Sheik Bab El-Ehr (''Land of Black Gold'', ''The Red Sea Sharks'').
* Comicbook/TheSavageDragon has hundreds of rogues between the Vicious Circle, various Overlords, Darklord, Thor, Solar Man, The Fiend, his EvilDoppelganger, etc.
* Comicbook/JudgeDredd has a rather small gallery, since (much like Punisher) most of his enemies end up dead, and many of those that he sends to prison don't pop up again. Recurring villains include [[OmnicidalManiac Judge Death]] (who's an immortal undead), [[SerialKiller PJ Maybe]] (who's both incredibly lucky and a master of escape), and the recently retired [[TheBrute Mean Machine Angel]]. One could perhaps also add Orlok, though he tends to tangle more with Anderson.
* Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog, in his [[Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog self-titled series]], has acquired a large Rogues Gallery over the comic's {{long run|ners}}. Aside from his ArchEnemy Dr. Robotnik/Eggman, Sonic and his friends have also had to deal with Eggman's nephew [[TheStarscream Snively]], [[EvilSorcerer Ixis Naugus]], [[MagnificentBastard Mammoth Mogul]], [[QuirkyMinibossSquad the Destructix]], [[EvilTwin Scourge]] and the [[ThePsychoRangers Suppression Squad]], [[AxCrazy Warlord Kodos]] (now deceased), [[AIIsACrapshoot A.D.A.M. and E.V.E.]][[note]] who, despite the ThemeNaming, never actually worked together - or even met, for that matter[[/note]] (also deceased), the [[{{Magitek}} Iron]] [[DragonLady Queen]] and [[NighInvulnerability King]], the [[FeatheredFiend Battle Bird Armada]], and traitors like [[DarkActionGirl Fiona]] [[ConsummateLiar Fox]], [[ButtMonkey Drago Wolf]], and [[RivalTurnedEvil Geoffrey]] [[TheMole St.]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist John]]. And that's not even counting all of Robotnik's numerous robots with more character than mere {{Mooks}}.
** Knuckles has one of his own, most of whom were introduced during his spinoff and later incorporated into the main series after the spinoff's cancellation. These include [[MadScientist Dimitri]] / [[PhysicalGod Enerjak]], [[OmnicidalManiac Finitevus]], [[ANaziByAnyOtherName the Dingo Regime]] (specifically when led by [[GeneralRipper Kage Von Stryker]]), and [[MachineWorship the Dark Legion]]. The Legion eventually joined forces with Eggman, so they can be considered part of Sonic's Rogues Gallery, too.
** ''Comicbook/SonicTheComic'' has its own Rogues Gallery, now continued on by the fan-continuation ''Webcomic/SonicTheComicOnline''. [[AGodAmI Dr. Robotnik]], [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Super Sonic]], [[EvilKnockoff the Metallix]], [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]], Chaos, [[TheIgor Grimer]], Set, Megatox, Marxio Brothers, Trogg, Nutzan Bolt, Metamorphia, Nack the Weasel, Commander Brutus, [[BountyHunter Fleabyte the Bounty Hunter]], Max Gamble, Vermin the Cybernik, Doctor Robotnik Appreciation Tribe (D.R.A.T.), Colonel Percy Granite, Agent X/Shayde, Rouge the Bat, Vichama, Shadow The Hedgehog, The Family, Nightmare Creature, [[EvilKnockoff Neo Metallix]], Gizoid, etc.
** The ContinuityReboot triggered by Ken Penders' lawsuit of Archie's continued use of characters he created has caused most of the Archie Sonic rogues gallery to be removed from the series. That being said, it's also seen the introduction of numerous new villains to fill the gap, including Eclipse (Shadow's EvilKnockoff), [[FemmeFatale Breezie the Hedgehog]], and [[AIIsACrapshoot Phage]].
* DC's ''ComicBook/{{Firestorm}}'' has a Rogues Gallery that could be charitably described as... deficient. Not only are the vast majority laughably underpowered compared to the hero (who has to carry around an IdiotBall the size of a house for them to be any threat to him whatsoever), but they seem to made up mostly of perverts or offensive stereotypes. [[http://mightygodking.com/index.php/2008/03/11/there-is-lame-and-then-there-are-firestorm-villains/ This article]] covers several of the worst offenders. But at least there were both [[StrawFeminist Killer Frosts]], Typhoon, Brimstone, and Tokamak. None of whom were slouches in the power department.[[note]]The Killer Frosts are among the deadliest examples of [[AnIcePerson ice powers]] in fiction, Typhoon is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin basically a sentient typhoon in humanoid form]], Brimstone is an immensely powerful [[PlayingWithFire fire elemental]] created by [[ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} the Big Bad of the entire DC Universe]], and Tokamak [[EvilCounterpart has the same story-breaker powers as Firestorm]].[[/note]]
* Before they lost their powers en masse, the Order of Despots was this to the Pantheon in ''ComicBook/AllFallDown''.
* Even Howard the Duck had an off-kilter Rogues' Gallery, headlined by recurring nemeses Doctor Bong and the Kidney Lady, and including the likes of Pro-Rata, the Cosmic Accountant; Doctor Angst, Master of Mundane Mysticism; Betsy the Hellcow; and Le Beaver.
* WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse faced many adversaries in the ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse, but his most notable enemies, aside from [[WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} Peg-Leg Pete]], include an AmoralAttorney named Sylvester Shyster, a stingy old man named Eli Squinch, a [[TerribleTrio trio]] of [[ManiacMonkeys simian]] {{mad scientist}}s named Professors Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex, and his ArchEnemy, the Phantom Blot.
* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'': Vampirella has had a shifting rogues gallery over the years. Some of her most frequent recurring enemies include {{Dracula}}, the progenitor of all evil vampires; the [[MadGod Mad]] GodOfEvil Chaos, who rules over Hell; Von Kreist, an undead PsychoForHire SerialKiller; and the Blood Red Queen of Hearts, a body-hopping demoness.
* ''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}'' has a cast of recurring bad guys including Al Trapone, Escariano Avieso, Refuller D'Abastos and Lady Araña, to name a few.
* The ''ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist'' has a gallery of villains of his own, many of whom are martial artists like Iron Fist himself, to include the likes of [[EvilCounterpart Steel Serpent]], [[MindManipulation Zhou Chen]], [[MasterSwordsman Scimitar]], [[{{Cyborg}} Bushmaster]], [[EvilOldFolks Crane Mother]], [[ShockAndAwe El Aguila]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Ferocia]], [[BeastMaster Nightshade]], [[EnergyAbsorption Junzo Muto]], and [[EvilSorcerer Master Khan]]. He's also tangled with enemies who are usually mainstays in other heroes' rogues galleries, to include Batroc the Leaper and the Constrictor (both Captain America villains), the Wrecking Crew (Thor), and Bullseye (Daredevil). Interestingly, ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}} (who's best known as Wolverine's ArchEnemy) [[RoguesGalleryTransplant originally started out as an Iron Fist foe]], but back then he was portrayed as a human who wielded gloves with razor-claws; when he was shifted to being Wolverine's chief villain, he was retooled as a mutant with the claws being part of his bestial mutation.
* ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} has a number of foes who have similar origins to him (that is, born under poor circumstances and eventually taking up crime, though Cage himself reformed), and although many of them don't have superpowers, they make up for it by having some kind of physical superiority or high-powered weaponry. These include Cockroach Hamilton (wields [[{{BFG}} a six-barreled shotgun that pulls double-duty as a flame-thrower]]), Black Mariah (a 400-pound drug dealer with exceptional strength), Cornell Cottonmouth (an elderly drug kingpin and pimp with photographic memory), Hardcore (a mercenary with [[WolverineClaws medically-enhance nails capable of slashing through steel]]), John Bushmaster (not the same as the Bushmaster from Iron Fist's gallery, this one is a crime boss with [[EvilCounterpart powers similar to Cage]]), and Piranha Jones (a crime boss with metallic jaws and teeth). Three other enemies of Cage's, Billy Bob Rackham, [[KnifeNut Willis Stryker]] and [[KillItWithFire Coldfire]], loom much more largely in his life, as Rackham was a prison guard whose attempt to kill Cage [[CreateYourOwnHero wound up giving him his powers]], Stryker was the one who framed Cage and sent him to prison in the first place, and Coldfire is [[CainAndAbel Cage's brother]] who hated him for his formerly criminal lifestyle.
* ''ComicBook/{{Nova}}'' has a moderately-sized group of enemies such as Condor, Diamondhead, Megaman, Powerhouse, Supernova and Sphinx.
* While the ComicBook/MartianManhunter has mostly fought one-off villains like [[OmnicidalManiac Commander Blanx]], Human Falcon, Human Squirrel, Mister Moth and the Countryman, he 's also got a few more notable enemies, such as his brother [[CainAndAbel Malefic]], [[MadScientist Professor Arnold Hugo]], the [[KillItWithFire Human Flame]], the Vulture Society and [[MindManipulation Despero]].
* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and the rest of the Hawk-Family have had a number of enemies ranging from villainous fellow aliens and non-powered human criminals to meta-humans and even figures from ancient mythology, to include the likes of [[ShapeShifting Byth Rok]], [[VillainTeleportation Fadeaway Man]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Gentleman Ghost]], [[SuperIntelligence I.Q.]], [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Lion-Mane]], the Manhawks, Matter Master, the Monocle, Hummingbird, Count Viper, ComicBook/VandalSavage, and the [[LivingShadow Shadow-Thief]], who's also their ArchEnemy.
* Across the ''Franchise/GIJoe'' franchise, the Joes consistently do battle against the Cobra Command terrorist organization in one form or another (not always paramilitary, such as in ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades'' where it's Cobra Industries, a pharmaceutical conglomerate). Members of the Cobra group include Cobra Commander, Destro, the Baroness, Storm Shadow, Zartan, Dr. Mindbender, Black-Out, and Serpentor (who temporarily took Cobra Commander's place as leader of Cobra), while mercenaries Major Bludd and Firefly occasionally grant their services to the organization.

* From the world of {{Alternate Universe Fic}}s, we have ''[[Fanfic/UltimateSleepwalker Ultimate Sleepwalker: The New Dreams]]''. where the titular alien hero has faced off against the likes of [[BadGuysPlayPool 8-Ball]], [[AlphaBitch Lullaby]], [[WhosLaughingNow the Bookworm]], [[DrivenByEnvy Lightmaster]], [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized Spectra]], [[KnightTemplar the Thought Police]], [[ImplacableMan Hell]][[KnifeNut razor]], [[JackassGenie Mr. Jyn]], the [[BrokenBad Chain]] [[TalkingToThemself Gang]], [[RingsOfDeath the Ringer]], [[PlayingWithFire Equi]][[AnIcePerson nox]], [[GangBangers the Nasty Boys]], [[PyroManiac Fever]] [[DarkMessiah Pitch]], [[PsychoForHire the Serpent Society]], [[PsychoElectro Electro]], [[ArchEnemy Cobweb]], UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper, the [[TheUndead Dread]][[BloodKnight knight]], [[ScaryScarecrows The Scarecrow]], [[EldritchAbomination Sh'mballah]], [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Mr. FX]], the [[BadassLongcoat Shiver]] [[TheUndead Man]], [[GeniusBruiser Mr.]] [[TheBerserker Hyde]], [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized the Mutant Liberation Front]], [[RoguesGalleryTransplant the Green Goblin]], [[PsychoPsychologist Moonstone]], the [[KnightTemplar Hob]][[AmbiguouslyEvil goblin]], [[PoisonousPerson Car]][[WalkingWasteland ri]][[DraggedOffToHell on]], [[PsychicPowers Chi]][[AnimatedTattoo me]][[LegacyCharacter ra]], the [[TerroristsWithoutACause Dark]] [[ForTheEvulz Riders]], [[PlayingWithFire Fire]][[PsychoForHire fly]], the [[DemonicPossession Shadow]] [[MoreThanMindControl King]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent General]] [[SavageWolves Wolfram]] and [[EvilCounterpart Psyko]].
* In the same universe as ''Ultimate Sleepwalker'', we have ''[[Fanfic/UltimateSpiderWoman Ultimate Spider-Woman: Change With The Light]]''. Our arachnid heroine has tangled with the likes of [[AnIcePerson Blizzard]], [[PyroManiac Firebrand]], [[PsychopathicManchild the Brothers]] [[MadArtist Grimm]], WillOTheWisp, [[HardLight Moon]][[PsychoPsychologist stone]], [[BrokenBird Tarot]], [[ImprobableWeaponUser Boomerang]], [[GangBangers the Nasty Boys]], [[WhipItGood the Constrictor]], [[SelectiveMagnetism Pole]][[TheUnfavorite star]], [[WhosLaughingNow the Bookworm]], [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants]], [[PsychoElectro Super]][[StalkerWithACrush charger]], [[InHarmsWay Joy]][[TheHedonist stick]], [[BadGuysPlayPool 8-Ball]], [[WhatHaveIBecome May]][[MindRape hem]], [[PowersAsPrograms Net]][[LoonyFan shape]], [[EnthrallingSiren Black]] [[{{Glamour}} Mamba]], [[TheWormThatWalks Swarm]], [[AscendedFangirl Scor]][[ScaryScorpions pia]], [[ImAHumanitarian Ten]][[IHaveYouNowMyPretty dril]], [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods the Squid]], [[SimpleStaff Ms.]] [[PoweredArmor Fortune]] and [[AxCrazy Jack O']] [[ArchEnemy Lantern]].
* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has both a literal Rogues Gallery, as revealed at the beginning of ''Ghosts of the Past'' in the New York Natural History Museum's new post Battle of New York wing, featuring [[ComicBook/RedSkull the Red Skull,]] [[EvilCounterpart Ivan Vanko,]] HYDRA Troopers past and present, [[FlyingBrick Count Nefaria]], [[TheJuggernaut the Juggernaut]], [[MasterSwordsman Baron]] [[EvilChancellor Zemo]], [[DiabolicalMastermind Lucius]] [[MagnificentBastard Malfoy]], [[OmnicidalManiac Gravemoss]], [[TheDreaded the Winter Soldier]] and a pre-reformation Loki, whose statue was put there [[BeAllMySinsRemembered at his own request as a reminder to himself that he was once a monster such as those.]] As for a more figurative one, based on those who've appeared on-screen, including:
** In ''Child of the Storm''; Lucius Malfoy, Baron Zemo, Arnim Zola, Gravemoss, Baron Von Strucker, the Disir, the Slendermen, [[SavageWolves Fenrir Greyback]], Bellatrix Lestrange, the Shadow King, Metallo, Jason Todd, Voldemort, and Chthon.
** In the two-shot spin-off, ''Chaos Reigns''; the Mabdhara, a leader of the N'Garai, and the Mindless Ones.
** In ''Ghosts of the Past''; Voldemort (he makes his true villainous bow in chapter 2), Yelena Belova a.k.a. Black Widow II, Omega Red, Sabretooth, General Lukin, Doctor Nathaniel Essex a.k.a. Sinister, [[spoiler: Dudley Dursley]] a.k.a. the Blob/the Beast, the [[EmptyShell Red]] [[PersonOfMassDestruction Son]], [[spoiler: [[TragicVillain Maddie Pryor]]]] (pre HeelFaceTurn), and [[VampireMonarch Dracula.]]
* The Pokemon FanFic ''FanFic/BraveNewWorld'' has a pretty large one, including [[GenericDoomsdayVillain Oblivion's Shadow]], [[MadScientist Dr. Taranchulus]], [[TheIgor Chobin]], [[VainSorceress Bellum]] (and her daughters), [[{{Ninja}} Paul]]... and those are just the most important ones.
* ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries'' has [[MadScientist Dr.]] [[StupidEvil Brainstorm]], his assistant [[DoAnythingRobot Ja]][[SnarkyNonhumanSidekick ck]], [[HardLight Holographic Retro]], [[AliensSpeakingEnglish Rupert and Earl]], and [[QuirkyMinibossSquad their crew]]...
* In the WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck fanfiction series, ''FanFic/NegaverseChronicles'', the Friendly Four are developing a rather impressive list of villains. [[ArchEnemy Negaduck]] and his goons, [[MadScientist Dr. Khola]], [[NonindicativeName Dingo]], and Phyros are all recurring foes. Others with the potential to return in later chapters include Stegomutt, [[LadyOfBlackMagic Morgana]], [[TheBrute Gizmoduck]], [[MadScientist Gyro]], Cara Foxworthy...
* ''Fanfic/TrollCops'' has the Alternia City Police Department going up against the likes of (among others): [[AntiVillain Karkat Vantas]] and [[GoldfishPoopGang the Karkat Gang]], [[AntiHero Don Strider]] and [[CloningBlues the Strider Mafia]], [[KnifeNut Spades Slick]] and [[TheMafia the Midnight Crew]], [[GreaterScopeVillain Lord]] [[EldritchAbomination English]] and [[TimeyWimeyBall the Felt]], [[BlueBlood Marquise]] [[LargeHam Spinneret]] [[MindControl Mindfang]] [[spoiler:later replaced by the [[OnlyMostlyDead Dread]] [[TheBaroness Pirate]] [[FaceHeelTurn Megido]]]] and [[APirate400YearsTooLate the Mindfang Pirates]], and [[MagnificentBastard the Nefarious and Notorious Mr. Pupa]].
* ''Fanfic/KitsuneNoKenFistOfTheFox'':
** The [[ShowWithinAShow comic-within-a-fanfic]] ''Shadow Fox'', it being a superhero series, naturally has one of these, with some of its members outlined in-universe during a brief sequence in Chapter 200 which, in context, is actually part of a discussion between Lee and Tenten about an arc in the comic [[spoiler:whose plot is being used as the basis for LOVE's murder plot against Naruto's friends in the real world]], and then fully listed and expanded upon in the sixth Gaiden chapter, which takes place within the ''Shadow Fox'' universe itself. The list of Shadow Fox's rogues includes [[ArchEnemy Ghost Wolf]], [[TheTrickster Mischief]], [[LawmanGoneBad Brutality]], [[DeathDealer Decker Card]], [[AnIcePerson Nitro-Frost]], [[MasterOfDisguise Mask Master]], [[ColdSniper Ricochet]], [[BarrierWarrior Reflector]], [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr. Glass]], [[AnimalWrongsGroup Panthera]], [[BadassBiker Bonebreaker]], [[ProfessionalKiller Steel Fist]], [[SuperSpeed Blitz]], [[HardLight Second Sight]], [[SerialKiller Terror King]], [[TheGambler Johnny Gamble]], [[TheCracker Datajack]], [[PyroManiac Wildfire]], [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame Eagle Eye]], [[IKnowMaddenKombat Roundarm]], [[{{Contortionist}} Silly Billy]], [[BreakThemByTalking Minister Sorrow]], and [[TheRustler Buckaroo]]. Of this bunch, Ghost Wolf, Mischief, Dr. Glass and Blitz have been mentioned in casual conversation by other characters throughout the main story, with Shino and Kushina arguing over whether Dr. Glass or Blitz is the superior villain, and Naruto and Jugo speculating over whether Ghost Wolf or Mischief will be the featured villain in the much-anticipated ''Shadow Fox'' film.
** There's also a non-superhero example within the main story itself. The list of antagonists who've shown up more than once (including appearances in the Gaiden chapters) and who have directly opposed Naruto in at least one of those appearances includes [[CopKiller Mizuki]], the TerribleTrio of Dosu, Zaku and Kin (all members of Mizuki's gang, but they've also acted on their own initiative), [[TheSocialDarwinist Rokusho Aoi]], the [[GangOfBullies Hall Monitors' Guild]], [[DeanBitterman Shimura Danzo]], [[{{Delinquents}} Suigetsu]], [[TheDreaded Yagura]] and his [[KnifeNut Blood Mist gang]], [[EvilOldFolks Mitokado Homura]], [[WhiteHairBlackHeart Kimimaro]], [[KnightTemplar Jiraiya]], [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Kira]], the [[TheAggressiveDrugDealer Purple Storm gang]] (to include sometime-ally [[LawmanGoneBad Tsuchinoe]], the [[PunchClockVillain Tiger Dragon gang]] (led by gang boss Chi and his NumberTwo Yukata), the [[CarnivalOfKillers Akatsuki group]], and [[ArchEnemy Gaara]] and the members of his [[TheSyndicate LOVE organization]] (to include his sister [[ColdSniper Temari]] and brother [[EvilGenius Kankuro]], and the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Council of the Dawn]]). Of this bunch, Suigetsu and Danzo are likely the least antagonistic, despite their actions against Naruto (Suigetsu's repeated pranks and physical provocations, Danzo's direct and indirect efforts to get Naruto thrown out of Konoha High), and both of them eventually cease to be seen as outright villains, with Suigetsu becoming a regular mainstay among Naruto's friends and Danzo proving himself to be a ReasonableAuthorityFigure [[WellIntentionedExtremist who just had his school's best interests at heart all along]]. Other villains, including [[SinisterScythe the Spiral Reaper]], [[ItsAllAboutMe Mangetsu]], [[InspectorJavert Chief Kaiza]], [[GoodScarsEvilScars Furido Kazuma]], [[PsychoForHire Kakuyoku Fubuki]], [[TriggerHappy Shiore and the Hawks gang]], and [[SerialKiller Utakata]] appear in the story, but they either antagonize friends or associates of Naruto rather than Naruto himself (Spiral Reaper, Mangetsu, Kazuma, Fubuki, Shiore, Arashi), or if they do face Naruto they don't return outside of that specific arc (Kaiza, Utakata).

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* Franchise/{{Disney|AnimatedCanon}} villains, in general, serve as this for the entire franchise, even if the movies are mostly self-contained. You'll see them grouped together as bad guys almost as often as you'll see the princesses grouped together.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoBatmanMovie'' parodied Batman's ''absurdly large'' rogue's gallery. Joker's evil plot at the beginning featured dozens of Batman villains, including more common villains like the Joker, Harley Quinn, the Riddler, Scarecrow, Bane, Two-Face, Catwoman, the Penguin, and Killer Croc, but also obscure and frankly absurd villains including Clay Face, Crazy Quilt, Eraser, Polka-Dot Man, Tarantula, King Tut, Orca, Killer Moth, Zodiac Master, Gentleman Ghost, Clock King, Calendar Man, Zebra Man, and Condiment King. [[Main/LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when Joker assures the pilot of the plane he's hijacking that they are, in fact, all real villains, and recommending that he google them. The Joker then goes on to create an ''even more absurd'' rogues gallery for Batman featuring villains from ''other franchises''.

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': [[MagicKnight Obi-Wan]] [[TheCape Kenobi]] has a pretty consistent and personal series of foes throughout the franchise's various (post-Disney) media, most notably in the movies and the show ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The core ones include General Grievous,[[note]]An [[SuperStrength INCREDIBLY strong]] [[TheJuggernaut and tough]] cyborg warrior, skilled lightsaber duelist, experienced tactician, and de facto generalissimo of the entire Confederacy's armies and fleets[[/note]] Darth Maul,[[note]]A warrior from Dathomir and Sith Lord with the standard PsychicPowers and lightsaber skills of Force users, to very great extents; started out as a subordinate of Palpatine's Confederacy, but eventually founded his own independent criminal syndicate, Death Watch.[[/note]] Savage Oppress,[[note]]A Dathomiri subordinate of Maul; nearly as powerful as him in the Force, in possession of massive superhuman strength and toughness, and loyal, but not too bright.[[/note]] Cad Bane,[[note]]Ruthless, murderous, and highly skilled gunslinging bounty hunter who Obi-Wan keeps getting the way of.[[/note]] Hondo Ohnaka,[[note]]A notorious space pirate in charge of a large and well-equipped raider gang who comes into conflict with both Obi-Wan's Republic and the Confederacy over his career, often liberally switching sides.[[/note]] Asajj Ventress,[[note]]Similar to Maul, but is also a Fallen Jedi who eventually abandons the Sith to become a bounty hunter and anti-hero[[/note]] and Darth Vader.[[note]]Needs no introduction.[[/note]]
* ''Film/AustinPowers'' both uses and subverts the trope: Most of the villains in the piece are already part of a single organization, and most of them are killed off by the BigBad, Dr. Evil, at the beginning of the movie. However, a few new ones are introduced throughout the series, and since they aren't killed, they comprise a sort of Rogues Gallery--until most of them [[HeelFaceTurn turn good]], leaving only one as truly evil and the other imprisoned.
** And most of them seemed to be based on ethnic stereotypes. There was a Turk, and an Irishman, and an [[TheVamp Italian]], TheBaroness, a ViolentGlaswegian FatBastard, and TheDragon with the EyepatchOfPower.
* ''Film/MysteryTeam'': Their database seems to contain a large number of children, people their age, and [[ArchEnemy Old Man McGinty]]
* ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' has a vast Rogues Gallery which, in addition to the Japanese Self-Defence Force, includes countless other {{Kaiju}}. Notable among them are [[ArchEnemy King]] [[EldritchAbomination Ghidorah]] / [[{{Cyborg}} Mecha-Ghidorah]] (and his {{expy}}, Kaiser Ghidorah), [[EvilKnockoff Mecha]][[HeroKiller godzilla]], [[HeroAntagonist Mothra]] (although she's prone to {{Enemy Mine}}s), [[PsychoForHire Gigan]], [[GiantEnemyCrab Ebirah]], [[AsteroidsMonster Hedorah]], and [[BigCreepyCrawlies Kamacuras]] & [[GiantSpider Kumonga]]. That, by the way, is without getting into one shot villains like [[EvilTwin Space]][[AlienInvasion godzilla]], [[DumbMuscle Megalon]], [[WhenTreesAttack Biollante]], [[BigEater Orga]], or the utterly horrific [[DiabolusExNihilo Destoroyah]] who recur many times within the videogames based on the series, or [[DefeatMeansFriendship former enemies turned allies]] like [[TheLancer Anguirus]] and [[FireForgedFriends Rodan]].

* Not a standard Superhero gig, but the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books have a Rogues Gallery of Death Eaters, including (though most definitely not limited to) [[DracoInLeatherPants Draco Malfoy]], [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Lucius Malfoy]], [[NotSoHarmlessVillain Peter Pettigrew]], [[AxCrazy Bellatrix Lestrange]], and [[BigBad Voldemort]] himself. There are essentially two groups of Death Eaters, the colorful rogues gallery and the {{Mooks}}. There isn't really an official distinction between these two groups in-universe, however.
* [[Literature/{{Sharpe}} Richard Sharpe]] has [[SociopathicSoldier Obadiah Hakeswill]], [[TheChessmaster Pierre Ducos]], [[TurnCoat William Dodd]], [[AristocratsAreEvil Sir Henry Simmerson]], [[FourStarBadass General Calvet]] and many others.
* Though each book has its own villains, ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' does have a number of recurring villains and factions who make trouble for the eponymous wizard, including the Denarians, Cowl, Queen Mab, Corpsetaker, Mavra, the Red Court, the White Court, and the Black Council.
* ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' has the thirteen Forsaken, powerful mages with ChronicBackstabbingDisorder practising general villainy and trying to kill the heroes.
* Jess Nevins notes that Dr. Jack Quartz assembled many of Nick Carter's former foes as part of a coordinated effort against Nick Carter.
** DimeNovel hero Literature/NickCarter had quite an assortment of enemies: Dr Jack Quartz, his Arch-Enemy;Dazaar the Arch Fiend, mistress of disguise and master knife thrower; Scylla the Sea Robber, a female pirate with an all female crew; Baroness Latour; Zanoni the Woman Wizard; Praxatel of the Iron Arm, one of the first cyborgs;the gambler Dan Derrington; Burton Quintard, Nick's first recurring foe; Gaston Dupont, a student of Professor Quartz's; the six Dalney Brothers, each one stronger than even Nick himself, etc.
* Sexton Blake also had recurring foes.
* Percy Jackson of ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' ends up having a rogue's gallery of various Greek (and now Roman) characters, including the Furies, the Minotaur, Medusa, Cerberus, Hyperion, Kronos, Gaea, Polybotes, Ares, Luke Castellan, The Nemean Lion, The Gorgons and Anteus, among others. Similarly, the Egyptian heroes of ''Literature/TheKaneChronicles'', which take place in the same universe, have a rogues gallery of their own, including Aphophis, Setne, Sobek, and Vladimir Menshikov. Though, due to how there are far less named monsters in Myth/EgyptianMythology, and being a shorter book series, its naturally going to be less than Percy's.
* Despite it being a superhero novel, the concept is mentioned but mostly unseen in ''LegacyTheTaleOfTheAmericanEagle''; in American Eagle's hideout in an early chapter, a trophy wall is described and several names are dropped, but since he leaves the country immediately after for the majority of the book, details about them are left in the air [[spoiler:upon his return in the final chapter, two are shown; Arsenic (who wasn't mentioned in the tropy wall), and 9 Volt (who was). Both are dispatched quickly and without too much worry, implying that his adventures have made him grow beyond them]].
* The ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' franchise has a whole lot of villains (most of them being inhuman) that show up in at least two or more books, and in [[Film/{{Goosebumps}} the 2015 movie]] many of the franchise's most iconic monsters appear as antagonists, including some of the one-shot monsters. The series' antagonists include the likes of [[AffablyEvil Slappy]], the [[OurGnomesAreWeirder Lawn Gnomes]], the [[AlienInvasion Body Squeezers]], Big Al, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Dr. Maniac]], the [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever Giant Cranes and Giant Insects]], the [[ClingyMacGuffin Haunted Mask (and the Unloved as well)]], Jonathan Chiller, the [[AmusementParkOfDoom Horrorland Horrors]], [[MalevolentMaskedMen Lord High Executioner]], [[BlobMonster Monster Blood and The Blob That Ate Everyone]], Scarlet Starlet, Jenna the genie, [[WolfMan The Werewolf Of Fever Swamp (and lots of other werewolves)]], the Haunted Camera, and a ''wide'' assortment of vampires, [[WhenTreesAttack monster plants]], dragons, gargoyles, zombies, [[AIIsACrapshoot robots]], and even [[MirrorMatch mirror reflections]].

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* Naturally in the TV Series of ''Film/BlackScorpion'', where the titular heroine faced the likes of [[ShockAndAwe Stunner]], [[LightIsNotGood Flashpoint]], [[TakenForGranite Medusa]], [[KillItWithFire Inferno]], [[GreenThumb Greenthumb]], Slapshot, [[ArmCannon Fire Arm]], [[TimeStandsStill Clockwise]], Breathtaker, Professor Prophet, and [[{{Cyborg}} Aerobicide]]. Ironically, most seem to want to kill the ''[[SleazyPolitician mayor]]'' rather than Black Scorpion. Darcy even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades it]]:
-->'''Darcy:''' It ''does'' seem to be a favorite pastime of the [[SuperVillain super villains]] in this city.
* ''Series/TheCape'' collected a cadre of creepy criminals to combat, including Chess, Scales, Cain, Goggles and Hicks, Dice, Razer, Kozmo, the Lich, and frienemies Marty Voyt and the Carnival of Crime.
* ''Series/ElChapulinColorado'' rogues gallery is divided in time periods:
** TheMafia: Tripaseca, Cuajináis, Chory, Bulldog, Enterrador Manzanero, Petizo, Botija, Peterete and La Minina.
** TheWildWest: Rascabuches, Matonsísimo Kid, Matafácil, Rosa la Rumorosa and El Capataz.
** [[{{Pirate}} The Pirates]]: Alma Negra, Matalote, Sabandija, Panza Loca, Ajonjolí and Gorgojo.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'', being a {{Long Runner|s}}, has accumulated dozens of foes over the decades. The real big name villains are [[AbsoluteXenophobe the Daleks]] and their creator [[OmnicidalManiac Davros]], [[EvilCounterpart the Master]], [[YouWillBeAssimilated the Cybermen]], and [[SociopathicSoldier the Sontarans]], along with a slew of less common recurring villains like [[EldritchAbomination the Great Intelligence]], [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy the Ice Warriors]], [[MurderousMannequin the Autons]] and [[ManchurianAgent Nestene replicants]], [[TheReptilians the Silurians]], [[FishPeople the Sea Devils]], [[AGodAmI Omega]], [[GreaterScopeVillain the Black Guardian]], [[MadScientist the Rani]], [[EnemyWithout the Valeyard]], [[LivingStatue the Weeping Angels]], [[FatBastard the Slitheen]], and [[ReligionOfEvil the Silence]]. Several of these races would form [[LegionOfDoom the Alliance]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens "The Pandorica Opens"]] to [[spoiler:save the Universe from the Doctor]]. Creator/TheBBC has taken to dubbing the Doctor's Rogues Gallery the "Carnival of Monsters", a name derived from the title of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E2CarnivalOfMonsters a serial]] in which, strangely, only one of them makes a cameo appearance.
* Though ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' only ran for a few episodes, the series made a point to have multiple instances of recurring villains, including Adelai Niska, Saffron, the Hands of Blue, and, in the comic series ''Those Left Behind'', [[spoiler:Lawrence Dobson]].
* In ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', while most of the lesser villains are [[VillainOfTheWeek one-offs]] aside from the {{Big Bad}}s, there are a few who stick around and keep coming back to give Oliver Queen and Team Arrow trouble, including ComicBook/{{Deadshot}}, [[TheAggressiveDrugDealer Count Vertigo]], [[ProfessionalKiller China White]], [[WolverineClaws Bronze Tiger]], [[StalkerWithACrush Cupid]], [[AnarchyIsChaos Anarky]], [[CorruptCop Lady Cop]], and [[FeelNoPain Derek Sampson]].
* Naturally happens in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', with recurring foes including [[ArchEnemy Reverse-Flash]], [[FreezeRay Captain Cold]], [[KillItWithFire Heat Wave]], [[GoldMakesEverythingShiny Golden Glider]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Wizard]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Pied Piper]], [[KillerGorilla Grodd]], [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]], [[HatePlague Rainbow Raider]], [[{{Teleportation}} Peek-a-boo]], [[ChromeChampion Girder]], [[ElementalShapeshifter Mist]], [[MadBomber Trickster]], [[SerialKiller Zoom]], [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]], [[AlchemyIsMagic Dr. Alchemy]], [[AGodAmI Savitar]], [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver The Rival]], [[MagicMirror Mirror Master]], [[OutlawCouple Top]], [[ExtraOreDinary Blacksmith]], and [[SuperIntelligence The Thinker]]. The twist is that it's Barry who ends up accidentally calling them "Rogues Gallery", although, at the time, it only includes Captain Cold (Leonard Snart), Heat Wave (Mick Rory), and Golden Glider (Lisa Snart). Cold ends up liking the "Rogues" part and reuses it later. He also later frees some meta-humans and tells Barry they now owe him one, implying that the Rogues Gallery may get new members, with powers this time.
* In the same vein as ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' mentioned above, [[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman and his fellow Ultra heroes]] have an enormous rogues gallery in their 50-year history. Although the vast majority end up being {{One Shot Character}}s, there are quite a few recurring {{Kaiju}}s and aliens. Among them are [[InsectoidAliens Alien Baltan]], [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Gomora]] (though he's an ally in some series) [[DumbMuscle Red King]], [[BigCreepyCrawlies Antlar]], [[HeroKiller Zetton]], [[ShockAndAwe Eleking]], [[HumongousMecha King Joe]], [[StarfishAliens Alien Metron]], [[WhipItGood Gudon]], [[FeatheredFiend Birdon]], [[CatFolk Alien Magma]], [[GlorySeeker Alien Valky]], [[VillainousGlutton Bemstar]], [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Alien Zarab]], [[DoppelgangerAttack Alien Guts]], [[ManipulativeBastard Alien Nackle]], [[HornAttack Vakishim]], [[MoreDakka Velokron]], [[TheBrute Doragory]], [[MagnificentBastard Alien Babalou]], [[EvilKnockoff Ace Killer]], [[TheChessmaster Alien Mefilas]], [[TunnelKing Telesdon]], [[PlayingWithFire Golza]], [[GigglingVillain Gan Q]], [[{{Hellhound}} Galberos]], [[HybridMonster Tyrant]], [[MultipleHeadCase Pandon]], [[StarterVillain Bemular]], and [[MightyGlacier Black King]].
* The Negative Syndicate from ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger''. Negative Syndicate is a collective term used by the SGS Foundation for the four villain groups that frequently plague the protagonists. The four groups can be summarized as lizardmen, ninja's, demons (later robotic demons) and the survivor of an ancient civilization.
** The american adaptation, ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive'' had essentially the same groups, but with a few tweaks--the ancient civilization was changed to the servants of AnIcePerson, who's brother led the lizardmen, and the demons were turned into alien cats (later robotic alien cats).
* ''Series/HawaiiFiveO'' had a number of recurring villains: [[YellowPeril Chinese terrorist]] and MagnificentBastard Wo Fat, gang lords Honore Vashon and Tony Alika, drug kingpin Big Chicken, and MasterOfDisguise Lewis Avery Filer.
* Santino from the Filipino drama ''May Bukas Pa'' has enemies varied as an atheistic reporter out to destroy his reputation to a syndicate leader who abducts children to the corrupt town mayor [[spoiler:[[ArchnemesisDad who is also his father]]]]. Santino is only ''6 years old''.
* ''Series/NightMan'' managed to get a fairly formidable Rogues Gallery despite the show lasting only two seasons and the fact that most [[VillainOfTheWeek villains of the week]] often got killed through [[GoodIsNotNice the hero's actions]]. Recurring antagonists included [[WarForFunAndProfit Chang]], [[PsychicPowers Chrome]], [[ShapeShifting E. Haskell Bridges]], [[DarkMagicalGirl Selene]], [[MindControl Rachel Lang]], and [[NewMediaAreEVil Kieran Keyes]].
* ''Series/OdiseaBurbujas'' rogues gallery includes; Ecoloco, Don Mugrovich, Peter Punk, Socapa, Patán and Máximo Smog.
* Surprisingly for a show that initially seems like a {{Workcom}}, ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' has one. The Pawnee Parks Department do battle with many recurring arch foes on a regular basis, including, but not limited to, other governmental workers (Tammy 2, Councilman Jamm), the media (Joan Callamezzo, Crazy Ira and the Douche), and various others (the Langmans, the Sapersteins, the Newports and Jessica Wicks, Tammy 1, Kathryn Pinewood, Dennis Feinstein, Gryzzl) who they run up against in their efforts to improve their town, or resolve personal problems.
* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' has been building up an impressive Rogues Gallery in the midst of its [[WeHelpTheHelpless we-help-the-helpless]]-{{cyberpunk}}-[[SpyFiction spy-procedural]]: Carl Elias, an [[DiabolicalMastermind up-and-coming]] [[TheMafia Mafia don]]; Agent Snow, a [[TheSpook CIA assassin]]; Root, [[TheCracker a super-hacker]]; "HR", a cabal of [[DirtyCop cortupt cops]] inside the NYPD; Special Agent Donnelly, [[InspectorJavert who's in charge of an FBI manhunt]]; and the unnamed government department tasked with covering up the Machine's existence. Plus there's Zoe Morgan, who's more of a [[DatingCatwoman frienemy-with-benefits]]. Even more are introduced later on, with Reese's [[EvilMentor sadistic]] ex-partner Kara Stanton, [[KnightTemplar privacy terrorist]] Collier, Northern Lights, another group using the Machine, and its leaders: [[PragmaticVillainy Special Counsel]] and [[MyCountryRightOrWrong Control]], the leader of another gang called the Brotherhood, [[TheSociopath Dominic]], and, most dangerously of all, [[GreaterScopeVillain another AI]] called Samaritan and it's followers, with significantly less morals than the Machine. [[spoiler: Fortunately, by the time Samaritan becomes a problem, Root has done a HeelFaceTurn, Elias is more an ally than an enemy, HR is destroyed, and Donnelly, Snow, Stanton, Special Counsel, and Collier are dead.]]
* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' had gotten a progressively larger one as time went on. While ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries The Original Series]]'' only had Klingons and Romulans, later series would give us the Ferengi (for a while), the Cardassians, the Breen, the Dominion, the Kazon, the Vidians, and the Borg.
** Star Trek also had recurring ''individual'' villains, namely: [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Harry Mudd]] and Khan on ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries The Original Series]]''; [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Q]], [[EvilTwin Lore]], [[IdenticalGrandson Sela]], Tomalak, Daimon Bok, and the Duras Sisters on ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration The Next Generation]]''; [[MagnificentBastard Dukat]], [[SinisterMinister Kai Winn]], [[SmugSnake Weyoun]], [[HeelFaceTurn Damar]], the [[BigBad Female Changeling]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Liquidator Brunt]] on ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''; Culluh, Seska and the Borg Queen on ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'', and Silik and [[FanNickname Future Guy]] on ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]''.
* The PBS game show ''Series/WhereInTheWorldIsCarmenSandiego'' had a recurring group of criminals, one of whom would feature as the villain the contestants had to capture in any given episode - Double Trouble, Patty Larceny, Eartha Brute, Top Grunge, Vic the Slick...
** Its successor series, ''Series/WhereInTimeIsCarmenSandiego'', had its own rogues gallery: [[JekyllAndHyde Jacqueline Hyde]], Dr. Belljar, Sir Vile, Medeva...
* The ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' team usually deals with one-episode antagonists, but they've also had to contend with recurring enemies who are either [[RogueAgent rogue agents]] from different agencies (including NCIS itself) or members of criminal organizations, and who in some cases harbor grudges against the Navy as a whole or against specific members of Gibb's team. These include [[ProfessionalKiller Michael Rivkin]], [[BadassIsraeli Ari Haswari]], the [[SerialKiller Port-to-Port Killer]], Jonathan Cole, [[TheChessmaster Harper Dearing]], [[ArmsDealer La Grenouille]], [[BeardOfEvil Sergei Mishnev]], Charles "Chip" Sterling, the Brotherhood of Doubt, the Reynosa Cartel, and [[ChildSoldier the Calling]].
** In the spin-off series ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'', G. Callen and company have had their own fair share of recurring adversaries, including the Comescu family, [[SerialKiller Peter Clairmont]], [[ArmsDealer Isaak Sidorov]], Abdul Habaza, Marcel "The Chameleon" Janvier, Matthias Draeger, and Vakar and the Grozny Emirate terrorist group.

* Wiki/TVTropes has begun acquiring its own Rogues Gallery of sorts, including the DataVampires, the hivemind behind DarthWiki, that "Q" hacker, DarthWiki/TheWikiWitchOfTheWeb, {{troll}}s on the forums, {{Wiki Vandal}}s, Tropers/TheAdvertisementServer, (though it's more of a TokenEvilTeammate) and our SitcomArchNemesis, [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] (although [[UnknownRival he doesn't really seem to think]] that TV Tropes is worth much).

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* Parodied in ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' with Calvin's alter-ego Stupendous Man when Calvin imagines many of the people he knows as his supervillainous enemies. Susie becomes "Annoying Girl", Miss Wormwood becomes the "Crab Teacher", Rosalyn becomes "Baby-Sitter Girl", and Calvin's Mom becomes Stupendous Man's ArchEnemy, "Mom-Lady". You may have noticed that all these enemies "happen" to be women, which suggests that Stupendous Man might be a PoliticallyIncorrectHero; in any case, since Calvin is [[HeManWomanHater a confirmed hater of all females]], there's never any FoeYay.
** Hobbes, on the other hand...
-->'''Hobbes:''' I almost told [Susie] our code when she rubbed my tummy.\\
'''Calvin:''' Good gravy, whose side are you on?!
* ComicStrip/DickTracy could be considered a {{Trope Maker|s}}, as he had his own Rogues Gallery (Big Boy, Pruneface, Flattop, Mumbles, etc.) decades before many of the others, though Dick tended to off his foes after one or two appearances.
* ComicStrip/FlashGordon has his own gallery, most being natives of the planet Mongo but also a few based on Earth. His list of foes includes [[EvilOverlord Ming the Merciless]], Azura the Witch Queen, the Red Sword organization, Kang the Cruel (Ming's son), Prince Polon, Queen Rubia, Pyron the Comet Master, and Baron Dak-Tula.
* ComicStrip/ThePhantom, as a series and franchise that's over 80 years old by this point, has a rather sizable list of foes across various media. In the newspaper strips and the comic books his foes consist of the [[ArchEnemy Singh Brotherhood]][[note]]a band of pirates whose ancestor murdered the first Phantom's father, and which has been led by several different members over the years[[/note]], [[ManOfWealthAndTaste Eric "The Nomad" Sahara]], Chatu "the Python," Skul and his terrorist organization T, Goldhand, [[AmazonBrigade the Sky Band]], [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Kigali Lubanga]] and his father Bawuko, the Iron Hand, General Tara and his [[TheDragon right-hand man]] Major Isaru, [[MasterOfDisguise the Black Carnation]], [[GunsAkimbo Bullets]], Ali Gutaale, General Bababu, the High Priest of Kua, and [[CrusadingWidower Manuel Ortega]].
** In the ''WesternAnimation/Phantom2040'' spin-off series, the 24th Phantom gets his own gallery in Rebecca Madison, Max Madison Jr., Graft, Gorda, Gunnar the Hunter (who appears for only one episode), Queen Nia (who appears for two), Sean One, and to a lesser degree Doctor Jak and Vaingloria.
* ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician, the Phantom's fellow King Features creation and frequent in-universe ally, has a smaller rogues gallery, but it's by no means any less dangerous. It consists of [[CainAndAbel Luciphor "the Cobra"]], [[EvilTwin Derek]], [[TheVamp Aleena]], the Mole, Octon and the crime syndicate 8, and the [[MasterOfDisguise Clay Camel]].
* ComicStrip/{{Popeye}} has a rather oddball list of enemies across the various media where he has appeared (to include both the comic strips, cartoon shorts, and the live-action movie), including the Sea Hag, Bluto and his expy Brutus and twin brother Burlo, Patcheye the Pirate, Bullo Oxheart and his mother Mrs. Oxheart, Mr. No-No, Bolo, Willie Wormwood, Rokh, the Martians (including their champion, Jetoe), various sea monsters (which, considering Popeye's a sailor, makes some sense), and [[ALoadOfBull numerous bulls]] (yes, really).
* A comic strip in the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}}, entitled ''Pugad Baboy'' (translated: Pig's Nest), about a town of fat Filipinos features several long-story adventure arcs with its protagonist talking dog, Polgas (translated: "Flea"). Polgas has amassed a bit of a Rogues Gallery with recurring villains such as Atong Damuho, Col. Manyakis, and Sendong Langib. Read [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] for details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_villains_in_Pugad_Baboy
* ComicStrip/SlylockFox has a list of villains who he always has to outfit in every strip. His Rogues Gallery consists of Count Weirdly, Wanda Witch, Slick Smitty, Reeky Rat, Shady Shrew, Cassandra Cat, Harry Ape, Koppy Kat, Big Brad Wolf, and Buford Bull.

* Franchise/SpiderMan's Rogues are prominently featured all over Creator/{{Gottlieb}}'s ''Pinball/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' pinball. Green Goblin, the Vulture, Dr. Octopus, and the [[AdaptationalVillainy Black Widow]] are on the backglass, while the playfield has the Lizard, the Kingpin, Kraven the Hunter, and the Scorpion.

* The ''Podcast/DrunkenPeasants'' have a selection of people whose videos they respond to. While the roster changes from time to time, but the most recurring ones right now are [[ConspiracyTheorist The Vigilant Christian Mario]], [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Gazi Kodzo]], [[ItsAllAboutMe Onision]], [[{{Eagleland}} Wild Bill]] and Tommy Sotomayor. [[ManipulativeBastard Brett Keane]] was also featured on many episodes of DP, to the point of having an entire segment dedicated to him, but the Peasants eventually decided to stop giving him attention and to let his channel starve.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Many an AllAmericanFace in ProfessionalWrestling has developed quite a rogues gallery if one or more of his championship reigns lasted more than a few months. Wrestling/HulkHogan, for example, probably had the most colorful adversaries throughout his career: Wrestling/TheIronSheik, Wrestling/KingKongBundy, "Million Dollar Man" Wrestling/TedDiBiase, Wrestling/AndreTheGiant, "Macho Man" Wrestling/RandySavage, Zeus, Wrestling/SgtSlaughter, and Wrestling/UltimateWarrior to name a few. More recently, Wrestling/JohnCena has had his share of nemeses, the most infamous being [[Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield JBL]], Wrestling/{{Edge}}, Wrestling/RandyOrton, Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio, and Wrestling/CMPunk.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Sora of ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has what is likely one of the most epic instances of a Rogues Gallery ever, consisting of almost every Disney Villain[[note]]excluding [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Clayton]], due to his world being retconed[[/note]], each of whom dominated entire movies: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]], [[Disney/AliceInWonderland The Queen of Hearts]], [[Disney/PeterPan Captain Hook]], [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Monstro]], [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursula]], [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]], [[Disney/TheLionKing Scar]], [[Disney/{{Hercules}} Hades]], [[Disney/{{Mulan}} Shan-Yu]], [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Captain Barbossa]], [[Film/{{Tron}} Sark, the MCP]], [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]], [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]], [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Claude Frollo]], [[Film/TronLegacy Clu]], and WesternAnimation/{{Pete}}. Organization XIII provides thirteen more flamboyant villains, and the distinction of Arch-nemesis goes to [[MagnificentBastard Xehanort]] ([[KudzuPlot though he's been split up into multiple characters]]). If we count all the villains that the protagonists opposed, then [[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Lady Tremaine, Drizella, Anastasia]] and [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs the Evil Queen]] are included to the above list. In fact, the only Disney villains not considered part of the gallery are [[Disney/LiloAndStitch Gantu]], as he's just [[PunchClockVillain doing his job]], and [[Film/TronLegacy Rinzler]], [[spoiler: since he's an old ally of Sora who's been reprogramed by Clu]].
* [[VideoGame/MegaManStarForce Geo Stelar's Mega Man]] has accumulated a Rogues Gallery, some reoccurring after their main arc. Taurus Fire, Cygnus Wing, Harp Note, Libra Scales, Queen Ophiuca, Gemini Thunder and King Cepheus in the first game. Dark Phantom, Yeti Blizzard, Solo-Rogue, Plesio Surf, Terra Condor, Hollow and Vega with Taurus Fire, Harp Note and Queen Ophiuca returning for their second round. Then in the third game are the dealers consisting of Mr. King, [[ScaryBlackMan Joker]], [[BrotherSisterTeam Tia and her little brother]], their alien partners Virgo/Corvus and Heartless. Also returning for their second round are Dark Phantom and Solo-Rogue and returning for his third round is Taurus Fire.
* [[Franchise/MegaMan The original Mega Man]] has a list of recurring enemies, the biggest constant being Dr. Wily, the BigBad of the games and the one who creates most if not all of Mega's Robot Master enemies. The most recognizable enemies include [[TheRival Bass]] and his robot dog Treble, the Roader, the Yellow Devil, and across the wider franchise (including spinoff games in the original series' continuity and the 1994 animated series) there are repeat appearances made by Robot Masters such as Guts Man, Cut Man, Shadow Man, Quick Man, Ice Man, Heat Man, and Metal Man. In the aforementioned animated series, Proto Man (Mega's brother and an at-times AloofAlly) undergoes AdaptationalVillainy and serves as TheDragon to Wily.
** In the ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series, the first immediate spinoff from the original, X, Zero and the Maverick Hunters have to face the likes of [[BigBad Sigma]], [[AxCrazy Vile]], and Dynamo on a consistent basis, plus [[spoiler:Dr. Wily]] appears as the ManBehindTheMan.
** In ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', which is set after the ''X'' series, Zero faces several recurring enemies of his own, to include Copy X, Fairy Leviathan, Sage Harpuia, Fighting Fefnir, Hidden Phantom, Anubis Necromancess, the Rainbow Devil, Hanumachine, Blizzack Stagroff, and Dr. Weil.
* Franchise/CrashBandicoot has one himself in the form of [[ArchEnemy Neo Cortex]], [[{{Cyborg}} N. Gin]], [[TheBrute Tiny Tiger]], [[MadBomber Ripper Roo]], [[{{Pyromaniac}} Dingodile]], [[TimeMaster N. Tropy]], [[TheDon Pinstripe Potoroo]], [[LargeAndInCharge Papu Papu]], and [[EldritchAbomination Uka Uka]], plus a few others. ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'' actually [[RoguesGalleryShowcase showcases a bunch of them]] in a brief scene.
* VideoGame/EarthwormJim has a rogue's gallery in both the game and [[WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim cartoon continuities]], with some villains unique to each continuity. Villains present in both continuities are [[BigBad Queen Slug-for-a-Butt]], [[ArchEnemy Psy-Crow]], [[CatsAreMean Evil the Cat]], Bob the Killer Goldfish, and Professor Monkey-For-A-Head. Game-exclusive villains are Chuck and Fifi, Big Bruty, Major Mucus, Doctor Duodenum, Pedro Pupa, the Flamin' Yawn, Fatty Roswell and Earthworm Kim, while the most prominent cartoon-exclusive villain was Evil Jim (although he did make an appearance in the UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor ''EWJ'' game, making him a CanonImmigrant).
* While the 1979 movie of ''Film/TheWarriors'' just had Luther, [[VideoGame/TheWarriors the 2005 videogame adaptation]] provided Cleon, Swan, and company with a whole array of colorful gang leaders: Chatterbox, Cobb, Big Moe, and Ghost, to name a few - and Cleon's oldest enemy, Virgil.
* Surprisingly, despite being a SuperHero game, ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' didn't really have a Rogues Gallery to speak of - mostly its enemies formed entire factions, the leaders of which only occasionally appeared. But Issue 18 introduced an actual Rogues Gallery faction consisting of a multitude of heroes, villains, rogues, and vigilantes with their own backstories and motivations for players to battle during Tip and Morality Missions.
** This hasn't stopped players from creating their own rogues galleries beforehand, either through making other characters, the Mission Architect, or simple roleplaying. And many of the game's canonical heroes have particular enemies they fight. ([[BigGood Statesman]] and [[BigBad Lord Recluse]], Back Alley Brawler and [[DrugsAreBad drugs in general]], and so on.)
* ''VideoGame/ChampionsOnline'' actually allows the player to create his or her OWN Rogues Gallery with the Nemesis game mechanic. Starting at level 25, the player creates a custom costumed supervillain with a basic powerset, chooses their minion types, and gives him one of three personality types. For quite a while longer, those minions will occasionally try to ambush the player, dropping "clues" which lead to anti-Nemesis minions. Eventually the Nemesis is defeated "for good", and the player can create a NEW Nemesis - or, if they prefer, can even reactivate a previous one. If a player sticks with a level-capped character long enough, (s)he can create a really significant gallery for himself / herself.
* [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] has built up a gallery of his own over the years. It includes: [[ArchEnemy Bowser]], [[Franchise/DonkeyKong Donkey Kong]], [[EvilCounterpart Wario]], [[OverlordJr Bowser Jr.]], [[EvilSorcerer Kamek]], [[KingMook King Boo]], [[EnsembleDarkhorse Fawful]], [[AscendedExtra Petey Piranha]], [[QuirkyMinibossSquad the Koopalings]] and [[LeanandMean Waluigi]].
* Speaking of ''Franchise/DonkeyKong'', he and his fellow Kongs have their own list of recurring enemies within their franchise. This list includes King K. Rool and his Kremling Krew, KAOS, King Zing, Krow (and his undead form Kreep Krow), Barbos, Bleak, Kleever, and Arich.
* Each and every Franchise/CarmenSandiego game features a whole Rogues Gallery of baddies, many of them with names that are Incredibly Lame {{Pun}}s.
* ''VideoGame/SuperheroCity'' has a wide and varied Rogues Gallery for your character to battle, whether through missions or as bosses in raids that you can summon to combat and get ExperiencePoints. The major villains, counting raid bosses, include: Crime boss Kingpin and his [[TheDragon primary enforcer]] Suit, ninja lord Fuma Hanzo, werewolf pack leader Silvermane, voodoo master Lou, Amazon leader Shieka, galactic conquerors Astronickus and Kemma Azonix, vampire lord Lucius Bloodvayne, EldritchAbomination Hollow King, Atlantean racist Dr. Argon, and HorsemenOfTheApocalypse Conquest, War, Famine, and Death.
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' has slowly built up his own little [[https://i.imgur.com/QnRTWqr.png gallery]] over the years: [[ArchEnemy Dr. Eggman]], [[RobotMe Metal]] [[EvilKnockoff Sonic]], [[FauxAffablyEvil Eggman Nega]], [[TheGunslinger Fang the Sniper]], [[ThePsychoRangers Babylon]] [[FeatheredFiend Rogues]], [[YourWorstNightmare Chaos]], [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Mecha Sonic]] and the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Deadly Six]]. [[TheRival Shadow]] is one of them [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor depending on his mood]].
* Franchise/{{Kirby}} has a variety of recurring antagonists: [[HarmlessVillain King Dedede]], [[TheRival Meta]] [[WorthyOpponent Knight]], [[DemonicPossession Dark Matter]], and [[BloodyMurder 0]] are the main ones, but if you include recurring bosses and minibosses then it expands to include: [[WarmupBoss Whispy Woods]], [[ShockandAwe Kracko]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Bonkers]], [[DualBoss Lololo and Lalala]], [[BigCreepyCrawlies Bugzzy]], [[ArtInitiatesLife Paint]] {{Roller|bladeGood}}, [[MonsterisaMommy Dyna Blade]], [[SealedBadassinaCan Galacta Knight]], and more.
* Solid Snake of the ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' franchise has a rather expansive list of enemies over his long career of fighting the conspiracies surrounding the titular mechanical weapons; most of those foes are enhanced [[SuperSoldier super-soldiers]] like Snake himself, and are often members of FOXHOUND, the Patriots, the Sons of Liberty, and even the CIA, among other groups. Specific enemies he and his allies have had to face across the various games include Big Boss and his body double Venom Snake, Liquid Snake, Revolver Ocelot, Liquid Ocelot, Psycho Mantis, Solidus Snake, Zero, the Sorrow, Vamp, and Skull Face.
* Samus Aran, protagonist of the ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and a galactic bounty-hunter by profession, has faced several enemies across the games, many of them being Space Pirates, the titular Metroids, or other antagonistic alien species. Two of her most recurring foes are Mother Brain, the leader of said Space Pirates, and Ridley, Mother Brain's [[TheDragon chief henchman]] and Samus's ArchEnemy [[ItsPersonalWithTheDragon since he had a direct hand in her parents' deaths]]. Other significant enemies of Samus's include the Queen Metroid (of which there have been more than one), Metroid Prime, Kraid, Phantoon, Nightmare, and Dark Samus.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}'' series has the Belmont clan going up most regularly against [[BigBad Dracula]], as part of Leon Belmont's original vow that he and his descendants would "slay the night" to oppose the master vampire; however, Dracula's not the only one, as he's got an army of monsters to battle the latest Belmont who comes storming the titular castle. A frequent mainstay in Dracula's army is [[TheGrimReaper Death]], who acts as TheDragon or the DragonInChief depending on the game, while two other constant thorns in the Belmonts' side are the evil cultist [[SinisterMinister Shaft]], whose efforts to resurrect Dracula kickstart the plot for at least three of the games, and [[TheVamp Carmilla]], a vampiric servant of Dracula who either works to resurrect him or else will be revived herself to aid him. Other recurring monsters across the franchise, many of whom are bosses and mini-bosses, include the likes of the [[BatOutOfHell Vampire Bat]], [[DemBones the Giant Skeleton]], Akmodan II, [[SnakePeople Medusa]], the [[HellHound Cerberus]], Balore, the Behemoth, the Cyclops, the Doppelganger, [[ALoadOfBull the Minotaur]], the Orphic Vipers, the Bone Dragon King, [[DishingOutDirt Frankenstein's Monster]], [[MightyGlacier the Golem]], the [[WolfMan Werewolf]], and Legion.
* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'', Link has faced several foes on more than one occasion in more than one title of the series. His most recognizable enemy is Ganon (or Ganondorf), who shows up as the final boss more often than not across the franchise, but he's also battled the likes of Aquamentus, Dodongo, Manhandla, Arrghus, Gohma, the Wallmasters, Mothula, Digdogger, Gleeok, Twinrova, Vaati, Dark Link, Phantom Ganon, and the Stalfos.
* ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'':
** As an Interpol officer who spends much of her time busting criminals, Chun Li technically has a rogues' gallery that includes several of the antagonists within the main cast, spreading across the franchise. Her primary enemy is M. Bison[[note]]Dictator[[/note]], the leader of the Shadaloo organization who she holds responsible for [[YouKilledMyFather the death of her father]]; other Shadaloo members in general also fall on the list by virtue of their being criminals, particularly Balrog[[note]]Boxer[[/note]] and Vega[[note]]Claw[[/note]], with Chun Li having an ongoing rivalry with the latter. If one examines her dialogue with other specific characters across the different games, the rogues' gallery also includes the likes of the Mad Gear gangsters (Poison, Rolento, Hugo), Juri Han, Birdie, Seth, and the Illuminati (specifically Urien, who Chun Li went MamaBear on after he abducted one of her adopted kids). On an even more technical note, Cody would also fall in the gallery since he's a convict who [[CardboardPrison regularly breaks out of jail]], but Chun Li sees him more as the FallenHero he truly is and address him accordingly in ''[=SSF4=]''.
** Interestingly, while Ryu is the franchise's ''de facto'' main character, he doesn't really have a list of recurring enemies the same way Chun Li does, though he has crossed paths with several of the above-named antagonists through pure happenstance or because they're actively seeking him out for one reason or another. Shadaloo has pursued him more than once, with Bison having been interested in either forcibly recruiting Ryu or using him as the next host body for the Psycho Power; the Illuminati has taken an interest in him as of ''V''; Hugo managed to shrug off a Shin Shoryuken once, earning Ryu's respect and resulting in the two of them briefly becoming tag-team partners; and Juri, while admiring his passion for battle, isn't really gunning for him specifically (though she is [[EvenEvilHasStandards put off by the Satsui no Hado]]). His two biggest direct nemeses in the story-line have been Sagat (due to the whole chest-scarring incident, though Sagat has since had a HeelFaceTurn and their rivalry is much more respectful now) and Akuma (who wants Ryu to embrace the Satsui no Hado in order to become an opponent worthy of a death-match), though Necalli has also been pursuing him in ''V''.
* ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'': Right throughout the series, the fighters of Earth (along with their allies from other realms) have to deal with a number of enemies who want to use the titular tournament for their own ends, usually to overthrow Earth as a means of furthering their path of conquest and/or destruction. The forces of Outworld, the ones most frequently guilty of this, consist of [[EvilOverlord Shao Kahn]] and his hordes of minions, particularly [[YourSoulIsMine Shang Tsung]], [[MakeMeWannaShout Sindel]], [[ALoadOfBull Motaro]], [[BladeBelowTheShoulder Baraka]], [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily Mileena]], [[ImAHumanitarian Reptile]], [[IAmLegion Ermac]], and members of [[MultiArmedAndDangerous the Shokan race]] (particularly [[TheJuggernaut Kintaro]]), but the good guys also have to deal with the likes of [[EvilSorcerer Quan Chi]], [[ManipulativeBastard Shinnok]] and the [[CastingAShadow Brotherhood of Shadow]], [[KnifeNut Kano]] and the Black Dragon syndicate, the [[ProfessionalKiller Lin Kuei]] (bar [[AnIcePerson Sub-Zero]]), the Red Dragon clan (of which the Black Dragons are an offshoot), and the Edenian traitor [[TheBaroness Tanya]]. Whether or not [[AntiHero Scorpion]] is part of this list depends on which game you're referencing, as he's just as likely to oppose the heroes as he is to oppose any of the villains (though he definitely has a mad-on for Quan Chi).
* ''VideoGame/HighSchoolStory'': While the main cast of characters are regular teens attending high school as opposed to being superheroes (except in Nishan's fan-fiction), they do have to face a small but still threatening number of enemies, most of them hailing from Hearst High, the school which opposes your school from the moment of its inception at the start of the game. Those hailing from Hearst include [[JerkJock Max Warren]], [[AlphaBitch Kara Sinclair]], [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections Natalie]], and [[AbusiveParents Principal Warren]] on a more low-key note (as in, his actions only affect your school during your Rebel student's help-quest, and Mia during your Dream Date scenario with her); while other antagonists include [[UpperClassTwit Asher Rollins]], [[JerkAss Jack Carver]], [[TheCracker Razor]], and [[{{Blackmail}} Pandora]]. It bears mentioning that many of these individuals not only do stuff that goes against your school as a whole, but also stuff that opposes specific characters in your main cast as well; Max is a persistent thorn for his sister Mia and his rival Julian and has also bullied Nishan in the past, Kara behaves spectacularly bitchy to Mia, Asher is on both your main character's and Julian's hate-lists due to his treatment of Julian's sister Hope and her friend Chelsea, Jack has a longstanding rivalry with Ezra, Razor is Koh's evil ex, and Pandora has been known to manipulate and bully Katherine. Depending on how you view the character interactions during game-play, [[SternTeacher Professor Edwin]] and [[CompetitionFreak Zero]] may also count, given that the former can come down rather hard on the students at times (though she's usually a ReasonableAuthorityFigure on a good day) and the latter treats Sakura's concerns about sexism in competitive gaming very shoddily at one point in the main quest. Then there's [[ManipulativeBastard Bartholomew de la Cruz]], who's described by Wes as being rather cutthroat when it comes to district politics and has admitted to having selfish reasons for helping you get onto the district council [[spoiler:and who actually turns the entire district against your main character and almost gets your school shut down, though you have the option to forgive him and unlock him as part of your student body later]].

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' has been building up towards a proper gallery for some time now, with members like [[VillainWithGoodPublicity King Radical]], [[PublicDomainCharacter Dracula]], [[TheAhnold Frans Rayner]], [[TheBrute Mongo the Uberninja]], [[CaptainErsatz Donald]] [[MonsterClown Mc Bonald]], and Dr. [[EvilCounterpart Mc Luchador]].
* The annual villains of ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' are [[HeelFaceTurn Yellow Demon]], [[CainAndAbel B]][[EvilCounterpart o]][[PlayingWithFire b]], [[EvilOverlord M]][[CardCarryingVillain y]][[GenreSavvy n]][[LethalJokeCharacter d]], [[FaceHeelTurn Me]][[VillainProtagonist ga]][[BrainwashedAndCrazy Man]], [[BigBad Helm]][[TheManBehindTheMan eted]] [[RealityWarper Author]] / [[FanNickname Helmut]] / [[IHaveManyNames Fistandantilus]] / [[ShoutOut Raistlin]], EvilOverlord [[EvilKnockoff Mike]] / [[InUniverseNickname Ninja Ned]] and [[ItMakesSenseInContext Non-Alternate]] [[TheDragon Mynd]], [[AIisaCrapshoot X]] and [[FinalBoss Bob again]]. There's also [[HarmlessVillain Dr. Wily]].
* Most of the contestants of ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' ARE the Rogues Gallery. Having a pack of condemned criminals tends to indicate they've all been put there for SOME reason...
* ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' parodies this trope as all members of her Rogues Gallery have names ending in 'ella. She even told one would-be nemesis whose first alias did ''not'' end in 'ella that she couldn't be in her Rogue's Gallery until she got with the program. (They also function as a support group.)
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' often brings villains back in new arcs, especially the Linear Guild, with its rotating cast of evil opposites (some of which return each time), and arguably Miko being brought back after her initial "go fetch the Order" arc to participate in the Battle of Azure City. Currently, the Order's rouge's gallery consists of the members of [[BigBad Xykon's]] Team Evil, the Linear Guild, the ThievesGuild (technically), General Tarquin and his team [[spoiler:excluding Malack, who was killed by Nale]], the IFCC (though only V knows about them, and he/she doesn't know the extent of their threat), and Qarr the imp. [[KnightTemplar Miko]] and [[FillerVillain Kubota]] both qualified, but not anymore, due to [[spoiler:both being dead]]. [[spoiler:Given that the current only member of the Linear Guild who hasn't jumped ship (Hilgya, Leeky Windstaff, Pompey) or killed (the various Kobolds, Nale, Zz'dtri, and presumably Thog) is Sabine, it can probably be safely assumed that they no longer pose a threat to the Order]]. [[spoiler:Durkon]] probably also qualifies, due to his brief membership of the Linear Guild following his vampirization, and especially following his FaceHeelTurn when he revealed himself to be the High Priest of Hel.
* ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' - [[NebulousEvilOrganisation Hereti Corp]], [[{{Yandere}} Oasis]], [[DemonicPossession K'Z'K]], the [[DemonicInvaders Dimension of Pain demons]], [[MadScientist Dr. Crabtree]], [[CatsAreMean The Evil]], and, depending on the storyline, [[KillerRabbit Bun-Bun]]. Different members of the Rouges Gallery meeting each other has been pretty rare so far, though [[spoiler:a potential meeting between Hereti Corp and K'Z'K's cult is supposedly enough to lead to the destruction of reality]].

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''Literature/InterviewingLeather'' discusses these sorts of groups, from the so-called "C-list super villain" perspective. The Henchman's guild charges them a LOT more, due to the higher injury and death rates... And the work tends to be less profitable over all. They do get more publicity, though.
* Most of the heroes in the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' have a Rogues Gallery that was created by their player specifically for the characters. In some cases, a hero team would have one (mostly created by the GameMaster).
** The Rogues Gallery for the titular Global Guardians (the setting's [[CaptainErsatz version]] of the Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}}, include [[TimeAbyss Abyss]], [[OmnicidalManiac The Blood Red King]], [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Doctor Simian and Prime 8]], [[EldritchAbomination Dagon]], the radioactive Megaton, the Mujahedin, the Oppressor, Armageddon Girl, Nemesis, the Masters of Mayhem, Paragon, and the Warlord.
** Battlecat's Rogues Gallery includes Demise, Baron Samedi, Blackwing, Domino, James [=DeLongis=] ("costumes and fancy names are for pussies), Jane Doe, and Black Annis.
** [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway The Crimestoppers]] regularly fight Evil Mensa, the Seventh-Inning Stretch, the Capital Gang, The Blank, the One Name Bandits, and the Five Senses (Not Six, Because ESP Isn't Really a Sense in the Traditional Sense of the Word).
** The New York Knights fight the Brothers Grimm, Bodyshop, Play Time, Overdrive, and the Brain Trust.
** Disney's official hero team, Imagination, regularly opposes the Gear Grinders, Small Wonder, Tom Foolery, the Marauders, and the Heroes of Filmland (a rival hero team sponsored by Universal Studios).
** The Students at the [[SuperheroSchool Hyperion Academy]] have come up against the Exiles (a group of disaffected, superpowered runaway teenagers), Doctor XX and her minions, the Scions (a group of telepathic teenage siblings), and El Cerebro.
* Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses has been developing a few throughout it's shows, mainly thanks to the increasing amounts of plot present in them.
** [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara's]] getting quite a list as he's the desperate-to-be-a-hero guy of the site.[[note]]Thanks to Apollo, he's no longer alone as a hero, but Linkara is still the main protector.[[/note]] He's fought [[MadScientist Doctor Insano]], [[RobotMe Mechakara]], [[BigBadWannabe Dr. Linksano]], [[HumongousMecha Neutro]], [[DarkChick Dolorem]], [[DarkChick Judas]] [[EvilCounterpart Liz]], [[BigBad Lord Vyce]], [[EldritchAbomination The King of Worms]], [[HarmlessVillain Whatley]], [[EvilCounterpart Mirror Universe Linkara]], [[DealWithTheDevil and the evil ghosts]]. And then there's [[GreaterScopeVillain The]] [[EldritchAbomination Entity]].
** [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] has been garnering his own group of villains to contend with. Dr. Insano harasses him as much as he does Linkara, and there's also [[Comicbook/BlackestNight Black Lantern Spoony]], The Wrestling/UltimateWarrior, The Gatecleaner, and [[VideoGame/UltimaVI Fucking Chuckles]]. [[spoiler: All of whom seem to be forming an alliance of [[Franchise/GreenLantern Lanterns]] working under [[VideoGame/UltimaVII The Guardian]]]].
** WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic himself has a small group of his own, made up of WebVideo/{{Ask That Guy|WithTheGlasses}}, Doctor Insano (to a lesser extent than Spoony or Linkara), Teddy Ruxpin, Zack the Lego Maniac, [[Series/LostInSpace Dr. Smith]], [[WebVideo/{{Kickassia}} Kevin Baugh]], and [[FanDumb Douchey McNitpick]] (the latter has also harassed other contributors). And [[Film/TheRoom Tommy Wiseau]].
*** And he also has a SitcomArchNemesis in the form of the WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, with whom he's a good friend in RealLife, but whose characters are always at loggerheads with each other.
** Other villains of TGWTG include Spaceguy and the Alien Space Pants of Nash's ''WebVideo/WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou'', [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Professor Celluloid]], Luke Mochrie's Inner Serial Killer Ralph, half of the WebVideo/{{Phelous}} clones, [[WebVideo/TheAngryJoeShow Bizarro Joe, Corporate Commander]], [[WebVideo/PawDugan Dark Paw]], a Satan/Devil/Demon allegory played by Y, [[Film/TheRoom Tommy Wiseau]], [[Film/BattlefieldEarth Terl]], the villains of [[Creator/ApolloZHack The Reviewaverse Saga]], and [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick Dark Nella]].
* The video {{crossover}} genre, ''WebOriginal/PoohsAdventures'' features ''tons'' of villains for Pooh and his friends to face, ranging from an alliance of Disney Villains, to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's Family]]. There's even a group called the "Villain [[RougeAnglesOfSatin Leage]]". [[TheWikiRule Its wiki]] [[http://poohadventures.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Pooh%27s_Adventures_villains has a full list of the villains]].
* The ''Podcast/ThrillingAdventureHour:''
** "The Adventures of Captain Laserbeam", a parody of Silver Age comic stories, has a large number of {{Punny Name}}d rogues for its two main superheroes, Captain Laserbeam and Phillip Fathom, Deep Sea Detective. Among them include the Numbler, Shape Ape, and the Die-Brarian for Captain Laserbeam. Phillip Fathom's foes tends to be more aquatic themed, such as Fishwife, Thug Boat, and Angler Management. Fathom, as a Batman expy, also has his equivalent to the Joker with Tom Foolery.
** Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars has a modest gallery of his own, consisting of the likes of Jupiter spy Jib Janeen, robot outlaw Techs, Los Banditos Mutantes, Kevin the Spider, and the [=MurderMen=].
** While "The Cross-Time Adventures of Colonel Tick-Tock" features temporal anomalies as often as it does actual supervillains, the Colonel has still faced off with foes like the Greenwich Meanie, the Timekeeper, and a former confederate of his, Tetley Archibald Drake.
** "Beyond Belief" has a few recurring foes alongside the standard supernatural nasties Frank and Sadie Doyle confront, most prominent among them being archenemy Nightmares the Clown, but also including the LargeHam vampire Carlysle Ravencastle, Dark Husband to the Midnight and wannabe conman Bobo Brubaker.
* ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'' has a regular cast of enemies whose levels of antagonism toward Yugi and company range from comically inept to seriously homicidal to somewhere in between. The list includes [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney Seto Kaiba]], [[AnimeHair Hair Guy]] (Kemo from the original series), [[WhiteHairBlackHeart Yami Bakura (a.k.a. "Florence")]], [[WearingAFlagOnYourHead Bandit Keith]], [[PokeThePoodle Marik]], [[CampStraight Maximillion Pegasus]], [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead Weevil Underwood and Rex Raptor]], [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombie-Boy]] (Bonz from the original series), [[ThoseTwoGuys Sid and Zygore]], [[EldritchAbomination Zorc Necrophades]], [[CorruptCorporateExecutive the Big Five]], [[KaleidoscopeEyes Dartz]], and [[FantasticRacism Shadi]]. Most of these are members of Marik's Evil Council, which spends more time thinking up overly-complicated plans to kill Yugi than actually trying to kill Yugi; as far as the membership goes, Kaiba refused to join the group, Shadi and the Big Five aren't members, and Dartz and his minions were deliberately not invited by Marik ("they're just a bunch of dorks"), though Rebecca and her evil teddy bear are later made members (well, the teddy bear is, anyway; Rebecca is just there to accompany it).
* The trolls that regularly call in on [[Radio/TrueCapitalist True Capitalist Radio]] among other things composed of a guy who pretty much lives on a bathtub, stereotypical African-American welfare fraud who lives "the ghetto way", numerous trans- and homosexuals who want to have sex with Ghost, bronies as well as actual ponies from [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic the show]], African man who likes to read erotic Anne Frank fanfiction, guy who Ghost genuinely liked until finding out that he has a diaper fetish and wrote My Little Pony fan fics about it, guy who keeps drinking his own urine over and over again, former [=McDonalds=] mascot and current white supremacist rapper with a moon for a head, sick twisted version of [[Series/SesameStreet Kermit The Frog]] who wants to have sex with Ghost and [[AnythingThatMoves various other things]] and the list goes on and on.
* The ''Podcast/RedPandaAdventures'' has a sizable Rogue's Gallery that frequently challenge the Terrific Twosome of Toronto. A few examples include Professor Zombie, a woman whose thugs are zombies she raised into undeath, Nazi scientist and occultist Friedrich von Schlitz, who is responsible for the setting's StupidJetpackHitler technology, and self-proclaimed archnemesis the Mad Monkey serving as a Joker to the Red Panda's Batman.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* For a cartoon of TheEighties, ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers'' had a pretty substantial Rogues Gallery; the Queen of the Crown (The BigBad), Lazarus Slade, The Scarecrow, Jackie Subtract, Ryker Killbane (and the other rogue Supertroopers), Brappo, The Black Hole Gang (especially Macross and Daisy O'Mega), Nimrod, "Wild" Bill Krebbs, and more. Not bad for one season!
* ''WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries'' had quite a few recurring villains, including [[EvilSorcerer Mozenrath]], [[VainSorceress Mirage]], [[MadScientist Mechanicles]], [[StalkerWithACrush Saleen, Sadira]], [[IncrediblyLamePun Abis Mal, Amin Damoolah, Ayam Aghoul]], and Queen Hippsodeth (although she made a HeelFaceTurn).
* Despite being a mostly-comedic series, ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'' has a few recurring enemies to the kingdom, including [[EvilCounterpart Karl]], [[EvilUncle Uncle King Julien]], [[CainAndAbel Crimson]], [[OutlawCouple Becca and Abner]], [[PygmalionPlot Mary Ann]], [[EvilOverlord Koto]], [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Trent and Kipper]], and [[BlackWidow Pam]].
* ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' has the Mooninites, the Plutonians, MC Pee Pants, the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past, Dr. Wongburger, and Markula.
* ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'': The eponymous duo's recurring villains include the likes of [[BigBadWannabe Mookie]]/[[FallenHero Sergeant Subatomic]], [[ArtificialLimbsAreStronger Professor Tite-Gripp]], [[EvilTeacher Queen Mindbender]], [[EccentricMillionaire Rudolph Mintenberg]][[note]]although he's more of a WildCard[[/note]], [[MuckMonster Mudman]], [[AliensAreBastards Zorp]], [[ClassyCatBurglar Naughty Kitty]], [[HillbillyHorrors Dirtbag]], [[AIIsACrapshoot Lacer]], [[PrehensileHair Harry Von Follicle]], and [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile an unnamed alligator-warrior]].
* Aang from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has a rogues gallery. [[AntiVillain Prince Zuko]], [[TheDragon Princess]] [[MagnificentBastard Azula]], [[EvilOverlord Fire Lord]] [[BigBad Ozai]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Jet]], [[AffablyEvil Admiral]] [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Zhao]], [[ImplacableMan Combustion Man]], [[PerkyFemaleMinion Ty Lee]], [[KnifeNut Mai]], and [[EvilChancellor Long Feng]]. While some of these [[HeelFaceTurn turn to the side of good]], all of them have at least once opposed Aang and Team Avatar, and most of them (save for Jet and Long Feng) belong to one group: the Fire Nation.
** His successor [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Avatar Korra]] has an impressive rogues gallery of her own. Amon, Tarrlok, Unalaq, Desna and Eska, Earth Queen Hou Ting, Zaheer and the Red Lotus, Kuvira, and Vaatu, a spirit of darkness and chaos [[GreaterScopeVillain and an enemy to all incarnations of the Avatar]]. Like the previous series, some of these antagonists have a HeelFaceTurn and some oppose the Avatar to the very end.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' has [[ArchEnemy Vilgax]], [[EvilCounterpart Kevin 11]], [[MadScientist Dr. Animo]], [[BountyHunter Sixsix]], [[MonsterClown Zombozo]], [[TerribleTrio the Circus Freaks]], [[EvilSorcerer Hex]], [[DarkMagicalGirl Charmcaster]], [[AncientConspiracy the Forever Knights]], [[DumbMuscle Vulkanus]], [[EnemyWithout Zs'Skayr]], [[TimeMaster Eon]], [[ActuallyNotAVampire Darkstar]], [[HarmlessVillain Argit]], Sevenseven, [[EvilTwin Albedo]], [[ThoseTwoBadGuys the Vreedle Brothers]], [[SitcomArchNemesis Will Harangue]], [[MagnificentBastard Aggregor]], [[VileVillainSaccharineShow Malware]], [[EgomaniacHunter Khyber]], [[DaddysLittleVillain Attea]], and Dr. Psychobos.
** Ten of Ben's villains even [[VillainTeamUp teamed up against him]], forming the [[LegionOfDoom Negative 10]].
* While not in a true sense, in ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'', there's quite a few recurring characters who torment or annoy the Belchers (but mostly Bob):
** Felix Fischoeder, the Cranwinkles, Dr. Yap, and Counselor Frond tend to antagonize the entire Belcher clan, yet take on Bob the most (though Frond also is against the kids as much as Bob, and in Felix's case, he nearly wrecked the town's economic lifeblood)
** Jimmy Pesto and Hugo the Health Inspector serve as Bob's rivals (in the area of food and Linda, respectively)
** Tammy and Millie serve as Tina and Louise's rival and stalker, respectively.
** Louise considers immature, bullying teen Logan her nemesis, while Linda hates Logan's MyBelovedSmother Cynthia. Both pairs have managed to work together on occasion, but they just annoy each other too much to stay on friendly terms.
** Gene's recurring enemy is his AbhorrentAdmirer turned rival Courtney Wheeler and her {{Jerkass}} father.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', Buzz and the Rangers faced such foes as [[BigBad Emperor Zurg]], [[EvilCounterpart Warp Darkmatter]], [[PsychoPrototype XL]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent NOS-4-A2]], [[MesACrowd Torque]], [[EvilTwin Evil Buzz]], and [[StalkerWithACrush Gravitina]].
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers'' had to face a fairly small but still persistent number of "Eco Villains" who would carry out environmentally destructive practices out of greed for profit or [[ForTheEvulz just because they could]]. This list consists of [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Looten Plunder]], [[VillainousGlutton Hoggish Greedly]], [[CutLexLuthorACheck Sly Sludge]], [[ILoveNuclearPower Duke Nukem]], [[RodentsOfUnusualSize Verminous Skumm]], [[MadScientist Dr. Blight]], [[EgomaniacHunter Mame and Stalker Slaughter]], [[TheCorrupter Zarm]], and [[PlagueMaster Captain Pollution]]. Also on the list by proxy are their various henchmen, including Argos Bleak (who often acts as TheDragon to Plunder but has also proven to be a competent standalone villain), Rigger (Greedly's henchman), Oakey and Dokey (two more henchmen of Plunder's who are far less competent than Bleak), Ooze and Tank Flusher III (Sludge's sidekick and strongman garbage collector, respectively), Leadsuit (Nukem's errand boy), the Rat Pack (Skumm's rat-man henchmen), and MAL (Dr. Blight's super-computer).
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' had a very large roster of villains including [[BigBad Father]], [[CreepyChild the Delightful Children From Down The Lane]], [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Mr. Boss]], [[CatchYourDeathOfCold the Common Cold]], [[DepravedDentist Knightbrace]], [[LethalChef Grandma Stuffums]], [[CrazyCatLady Crazy Old Cat Lady]], [[CaptainColorbeard Stickybeard]], [[JackOfAllTrades Chester]], [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Count Spankulot]], [[HarmlessVillain the Toilenator]], and many others.
* ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' had his own share of recurring enemies such as Katz (a red, sadistic cat heavily implied to be a SerialKiller), Le Quack (a French duck con artist), Benton Tarantella (a zombie director), the Snowman (a snowman trying to survive GlobalWarming by freezing everything) and The Chicken From Outer Space (ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin). The episode [[Recap/CourageTheCowardlyDogS4E50CourageousCureBallOfRevenge Ball Of Revenge]] also added the Cajun Fox (a fox interested in cooking, including humans), the Clutching Foot (a foot fungus monster with a mobster mentality), the Queen of the Black Puddle (a siren-like demon living in a puddle world), the Weremole (a mole that acts like a typical werewolf) and even Eustace in the mix too.
* Being a SuperHero show, ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' has its fair share of villains: [[BigBad Vlad Plasmius]], [[EgomaniacHunter Skulker]], {{Techn|opath}}us, [[MusicalAssassin Ember McLain]], [[VainSorceress Spectra]], [[MonsterClown Freakshow]], [[JackassGenie Desiree]], [[CreepyChild Youngblood]], the [[JokeCharacter Box Ghost]], etc. Most of the villains evenly contributed a dastardly deed at least twice.
** Which is largely Danny's fault, given that his standard method of dealing with villains is to just force them to go home. You'd think he'd try a more permanent method of containment for the dangerous ones.
* For a show that was only on for a couple seasons ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' had a massive assortment of villains: [[EvilCounterpart NegaDuck]], [[PsychoElectro Megavolt]], [[PlantPerson Bushroot]], [[MakingASplash The Liquidator]], [[VillainousHarlequin Quackerjack]], [[TheDragon Steelbeak]], [[NeatFreak Ammonia Pine]], [[PrimaDonnaDirector Tuskernini,]] [[BeneathTheEarth Professor Moliarity]], [[MadArtist Splatter Phoenix]], [[RaginCajun Jambalaya Jake]], and [[MagnificentBastard Taurus Bulba]]. This is not even counting the villains that appeared once or made a HeelFaceTurn.
* The Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse's ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', naturally, had several enemies they had to fight, most notably from the heroes' respective comic book Rogues Galleries, but also a number of one-shot villains and a few original characters created for the show. Among the most recognizable and most recurring foes the League had to fight: Lex Luthor, ComicBook/VandalSavage, Morgan le Fay and her son Mordred, Solomon Grundy, Copperhead, Star Sapphire, Cheetah, the Shade, the Joker, Sinestro, Killer Frost, Gorilla Grodd, Dr. Destiny, Metallo, Toyman, Brainiac, Weather Wizard, Mongul, Shadow-thief, Roulette, and ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} and the forces of Apokolips. Many of these enemies usually worked in groups, often as members of the Injustice League or the Secret Society, and many of them later joined the wider ranks of the Legion of Doom.
** Also, among the most notable of the one-shot villains: the Imperium, the Manhunters, Brainwave, the Justice Lords, Eclipso, Orm the Ocean-Master, Despero, Aresia, and Chronos the Time-thief.
* ''WesternAnimation/DrDimensionpants'' has at least 4 recurring villains, namely Glass Skull, The Cortex, and a pair of evil wizards.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'':
** An odd example occurs within the show with the writers introducing a recurring series of antagonists who appeared in various episodes. Examples include Timmy's SadistTeacher Mr. Crocker, his sadistic babysitter Vicky, Francis the school bully, Dark Laser the [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]] {{Expy}}, [[LiteralGenie Norm]] [[GenieInABottle the]] [[JackassGenie Genie]], the Ben Stein-voiced Pixies, Anti-Cosmo and Anti-Wanda (and their son Foop in season 7), [[MyBelovedSmother Cosmo's mother]], Timmy's DepravedDentist Doctor Bender and his son, Wendell (both voiced by Creator/GilbertGottfried), the Nega Chin, Remy Buxaplenty, and [[ImaginaryFriend Imaginary Gary]].
** A reoccuring gag is that Super Toilet is somehow a member of this Rogues Gallery, but whatever it did was a NoodleIncident, since whenever it's brought up all we get is Cosmo in a fetal position mumbling "so much clogging".
** The [[ShowWithinAShow Comic Book within the Show]] Crimson Chin has a few of his own. Including the aforementioned Nega Chin there's also The Bronze Kneecap and H2 Olga, who are reoccuring extras whenever The Chin is involved. Lesser ones include the Golden Gut, Iron Lungs and Titanium Toenail. Even though they only show up once or twice in the actual show, Timmy implies that they are regulars in the comic itself.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' has a modest sized one, composed of [[MyBrainIsBig The Lobe]], [[SssssnakeTalk Cobra Queen]], JustForFun/CandleJack, [[ContemporaryCaveman Cave Guy]], [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Gutierrez]], [[TheComicallySerious Waylon Jeepers]], {{Invisib|leJerkass}}o, and [[ALoadOfBull Longhorn.]] Other one-episode villains show up, but the above are recurring villains. Sometimes it does drift into FriendlyEnemy and/or EnemyMine.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', when it isn't drifting to a NegativeSpaceWedgie or its SciFiKitchenSink, often settles for Richard Nixon's head, Mom, the Robot Mafia, Robot Santa, the Robot Devil, Roberto, the Brain Spawn, and the Omicronians. Bender may or may not be an example, considering he's actually the VillainProtagonist.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}}'': The Grossologists have their own rogues gallery, which include [[EvilFormerFriend Lance]] [[EvilGenius Boil]], [[FriendToBugs Insectiva]], [[{{Gasshole}} Sloppy Joe]], [[{{Fartillery}} Fart]][[GadgeteerGenius or]], [[BlobMonster The Slim Slime Man]], [[WeakenedByTheLight Darko Crevasse]], [[MakeThemRot Kid Rot]], to name a few.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' have as recurring enemies [[MagnificentBastard Xanatos]], [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Demona]], [[DarkActionGirl Fox]], [[PsychoForHire the Pack]] (including [[RoboticReveal Coyote]], [[TheBrute Wolf]], [[TheSociopath Jackal]], [[AxCrazy Hyena]] and [[PunchClockVillain Dingo]]), [[AntiVillain Macbeth]], [[EvilTwin Thailog]], [[MadScientist Sevarius]], [[JerkassGods Oberon]], [[EvilSorcerer the Archmage]], [[TheDon Tony Dracon]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Hakon]], [[WasOnceAMan Fang]] and [[LegacyCharacter the Hunter(s)]]. Beyond them, [[AncientConspiracy the Illuminati Society]] represented a GreaterScopeVillain, though they rarely took a direct hand in things. And that list is by no means exhaustive.
* ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'': While it was difficult for WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters and WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters to have recurring villains, as the essential premise of the series was that every antagonist was gonna be deal with permanently in every episode, they do have their own gallery of recurring rogue spirits, most notably Samhain, The Grundel, Ghostmaster and The Boogieman, they all appear in more than one episode across the two series. Even more if the expanded universe is included as they appear also in comics, boardgames and videogames. The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man also appears in several episodes in the original series.
* In ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', Jackie's most recurring enemies are the Dark Hand gang (consisting of the mob boss Valmont and his Enforcers - Finn, Ratso, Chow, and Hak Foo), who often served as [[{{Mooks}} mediocre henchmen]] working under greater bad guys. [[ArcVillain Seasonal antagonists]] included Shendu (who's also the [[BigBad overall main villain]] of the series), the Demon Sorcerers, Daolon Wong, Tarakudo, and Drago.
* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' has Johnny build up a decent-sized Rogues Gallery of his own. [[TheBully "Bumper" Randall]], [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney Bling-Bling Boy]], [[DarthVaderClone Dark Vegan]], [[AnIcePerson Brain Freezer]], [[TickleTorture The Tickler]], and [[CatsAreMean Mr. Mittens]] are among the most commonly recurring villains in the series.
* The original ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' had only one recurring villain: Doctor Zin. In the first season of the '90s revival, ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'', the writers introduced two comparable foes, Jeremiah Surd and Ezekiel Rage. When old-school JQ fans took over in the second season, they were promptly killed off in favor of bringing back Doctor Zin.
** Who also promptly died, leaving his previously unknown twin daughters to take over for him.
* The first season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' had Mr. Cat as the only villain, but once [[AlphaBitch Pretty]] and [[HarmlessVillain Olaf]] showed up, any one of those three could be the villain. In the event that Pretty or Olaf is the villain, Mr. Cat will suddenly be on the good side.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' has [[ArchEnemy Dr. Drakken]], [[EvilCounterpart Shego]], [[ViolentGlaswegian Duff Killigan]], [[ManiacMonkeys Lord Monkey Fist]], [[AffablyEvil Senor Senior, Sr.]] and his son [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Senor Senior, Jr.]], Camille Leon, Motor Ed, Professor Dementor, [=DNAmy=], and others. It's notable that only about three villains ever to appear on the show didn't return at least once.[[note]]Though only Drakken & Shego, Monkey Fist, and the Seniors kept headlining episodes after their debuts; everyone else generally has to settle for VillainTeamUp stories.[[/note]] There's even a literal Rogues Gallery of {{wanted poster}}s taped to the inside of Kim's locker door. Some of them even teamed up at one point to beat Kim.
* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'' gives Po and friends a sizable roster of villains including Temutai, [[EvilGenius Taotie]], [[EvilMentor Junjie]], Hundun, Scorpion, and [[TheDon Tong Fo]].
* ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed'': The titular Loonatics face a variety of villains in their efforts to protect [[CityOfAdventure Acmetropolis]]; most (but not all), like the Loonatics themselves, are descendants of classic Looney Tunes characters, and many of them got their abilities courtesy of a meteor that struck Acmetropolis in the back-story. While a lot of the Loonatics' enemies show up as [[MonsterOftheWeek one-episode villains]], they do have recurring foes to include [[EvilOverlord Optimatus]], [[InstrumentOfMurder Rupes Oberon]], [[BlowYouAway Weather Vane]], [[DishingOutDirt Dr. Dare]], [[GalacticConqueror General Deuce]], [[GravityMaster Massive]], [[ExtraOreDinary Mastermind]], [[GadgeteerGenius Otto the Odd]], [[PowerParasite Drake Sypher]], and [[{{Cyborg}} Sylth Vester]].
* ''Anyone'' in the original ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' could be this, depending on who you were. Lots of guns and dynamite, [[NegativeContinuity not a lot of continuity]], and {{Screwy Squirrel}}s galore.
** Bugs Bunny alone frequently has to deal with WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd, WesternAnimation/YosemiteSam, Marvin The Martian, Taz The Tazmanian Devil, Wily E. Coyote, Gossamer (a red furry monster wearing sneakers), Witch Hazel (a green-skinned WickedWitch), Rocky and Mugsy (a pair of mobsters consisting of a short boss and his large henchman), Toro the Bull (the bull from WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs), The Crusher (a wrestler/boxer Bugs fights on the ring), Beaky Buzzard (an absentminded MommasBoy buzzard), Cecil Turtle (a turtle that Bugs often races against) and even WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck himself. All of them are recurring threats.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'' also had a recurring gallery of villains including the [[ArchEnemy arch-nemesis]] [[MadScientist Doctor Pretorius]], his henchman [[ImplacableMan Walter]], [[ActionBomb Kablamus]], [[TimeMaster Chronos]], [[ThoseTwoBadGuys The Terrible Two]] (Putty Thing and Fish Guy), The Tempest, The Shark and his gang of biker thugs, Gorgonzola the Cheese Witch, and the Devil himself, among others. There have been occasional supervillain team-ups.
* WesternAnimation/MightyMouse didn't have much of one in any incarnation.[[note]]The original shorts, "The New Adventures of...", "...The New Adventures" (i.e., the Ralph Bakshi version).[[/note]] Most of his "arch enemies" were little more than evil cats oppressing helpless mice (although he did have one recurring foe: Oil Can Harry, who usually just kidnapped or otherwise oppressed Pearl Pureheart), but in the Ralph Bakshi version, he did have one somewhat. His most recurring foe was The Cow. Others (mostly one time characters) include "Beany Pate", "Captain A-Crab", and "The Glove", among others.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': The majority of Jenny's opponents are one-shot villains, but the biggest recurring villains include [[BigBad the Cluster]] (usually [[HiveQueen Queen Vexxus]], [[GeneralRipper Smytus]], and [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Krackus]]), [[LivingToys Kilgore]], [[HumongousMecha Armagedroid]], and [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels the Space Bikers]]. Other villains to have appeared in more than on episode include [[DishingOutDirt the Mudslinger]], [[YouDirtyRat Vladimir]], [[BlackKnight Lancer]], [[ThoseTwoBadGuys the Mad Hammer Brothers]], [[MadScientist Dr. Locust]], and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen Skippy the Evil Wonder Puppet]].
* ''WesternAnimation/PlasticMan''; his recurrent villains are The Weed, The Clam, Half-Ape, Dr. Superstein, Computerhead, Solex and Disco Mummy, though most episodes feature a VillainOfTheWeek format.
* The ''Film/PoliceAcademy'' AnimatedAdaptation had a rather sizeable Rogues Gallery, with recurring villains including Kingpin, Numbskull, the Claw, Mr. Sleaze, Lockjaw and Amazona, and one-shot villains including the Phantom, Seedy [=McLeech=], Flung Hi, Waxen Wayne, King Neptune, and Big Burger.
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''' Rogues Gallery includes Mojo Jojo, Him, Fuzzy Lumpkins, Princess, The Gangreen Gang, Sedusa, and the Rowdyruff Boys. [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain The Amoeba Boys]] only ''[[PokeThePoodle wish]]'' they were evil enough to qualify.
* The ''WesternAnimation/SilverHawks'', being essentially space cops, have a Rogues Gallery in the gang of space-criminals known as Mon*Star's Mob, consisting of the leader Mon*Star and his henchmen Yes-Man, Hardware, Melodia, Windhammer, Molec-U-lar, Mumbo Jumbo, Poker-Face, Buzz-Saw and Timestopper. Other villains in the series include Zero the Memory-thief (who worked occasionally with Mon*Star's mob), the Rhino, the Cyclops, the Space Bandit and the Bounty Hunter.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' have Gargamel, Hogatha, Balthazar and Chlorhydris, all witches and warlocks.
* ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' has a rogue gallery as a result from genetic mutant explosion, many teens gained superpowers and are known as "Bang Babies". Static would usually fight Ebon, Hotstreak, Shiv, Talon, Kangorr, Aquamaria, Ferret, and many others. However some of these "Bang Babies" are just confused and stressed young kids who don't know what to do, which sometimes leads to a HeelFaceTurn.
* Most ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' villains are part of the same group ([[TheEmpire Cyclonia]]), these include [[SorcerousOverlord Cyclonis]], [[EvilCounterpart Dark Ace]], [[DarkActionGirl Ravess]] and [[DumbMuscle Snipe]], who often work separately on their own individual schemes. There are also as less commonly fought foes like [[LizardFolk Repton]] and [[SurroundedByIdiots his Raptors]], and [[SpiderPeople The Colonel]].
* For a short-lived series, ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'' had an extensive list of villains: Dark Kat, Dr. Viper, the Metallikats, the Pastmaster, Hard Drive, Mad Kat, Rex Shard, Mutilor, and Turmoil.
* The 80s ''WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987}}'' series also had its fair share of recurring villains. Apart from the regular Shredder, Krang, and Rocksteady and Bebop there were also multiple appearances from Baxter Stockman, Butcher, Slash, Leatherhead, Rat King. The episode titled "Night of The Rogues" featured some of these recurring villains along with some who had previously only had a single appearance in the series such as Chrome Dome and Tempestra.
** [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 The 2003 series]] has (obviously) Shredder, Baxter, once again, [[AntiVillain Agent Bishop]], the Garbageman, Drago, Hun, Karai, and the Triceratons as well as the Federation.
** Currently, [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 the 2012 series]] yet again gives us Shredder and Baxter along with Karai and Rat King, but also has the Kraang (which are {{composite character}}s/{{exp|y}}ies of Krang from the 80's series and the Utroms); new Foot clan mutant lackeys [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Dogpound and Fishface]] and mutants Snakeweed and Spider Bytez and the alien Newtralizer. Later, they brought back Bebop and Rocksteady, too.
* The ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' had a Rogues Gallery including [[BigBad Slade]], who usually employed Cinderblock, Plasmus, or Overload, the Hive Five with [[DarkActionGirl Jinx]], [[DumbMuscle Mammoth]], and [[GadgeteerGenius Gizmo]], and several other reoccurring villains such as Mad Mod, Dr. Light, Mumbo, and Control Freak. Eventually nearly all of the previous villains teamed up to form the [[LegionOfDoom Brotherhood of Evil]]. Control Freak was particularly offended when the Titans didn’t include him on their list of villains to watch out for because, as he {{lampshade|Hanging}}s, “I'm a recurring villain!”
* The ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', in their original incarnation, often had to face the threat of [[EvilSorcerer Mumm-Ra]] (and by extension, the [[GreaterScopeVillain Ancient Spirits of Evil]] who grant him his power), as well as the scavenging Mutants ([[SnakeTalk Slithe]], [[ManiacMonkeys Monkian]], [[DirtyCoward Jackalman]] and [[GadgeteerGenius Vultureman]]), who would either act independently or as henchmen to Mumm-Ra, but they also had to frequently fight [[MindOverMatter Ratar-O]] (another Mutant who briefly took command of that group from Slithe), [[SealedEvilInACan Grune]] (a Thundarian and old enemy of Jaga), the [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Berserkers]] (a cyborg pirate band), the Lunataks (a group of alien raiders consisting of [[WhipItGood Luna]], [[AnIcePerson Chilla]], [[CompellingVoice Alluro]], [[DumbMuscle Amok]], [[GravityMaster Tug-Mug]] and [[EyeBeams Red-Eye]]), Captain Cracker (a robot pirate), [[EgomaniacHunter Safari Joe]] (an intergalactic big-game hunter), Two-Time (a two-headed robot), and the [[ThisIsADrill Driller]] (a mechanical being with a drill-tipped lower body).
** In [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011 their 2011 incarnation]], this list of rogues is greatly reduced, with Mumm-Ra and his henchmen ([[BloodKnight Addicus]], [[FeatheredFiend Vultaire]], [[AxCrazy Kaynor]] [[spoiler:and [[AdaptationalVillainy Pumyra]]]]), Slithe (this time leading the Lizardmen) and Grune getting most of the recurring appearances. Ratar-O and the Driller do make one-episode appearances, however.
* ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'' had a large number of recurring villains, including [[DemBones Sartana of the Dead]], [[BearsAreBadNews El Oso]], [[PoweredArmor Señor Siniestro]], [[DatingCatwoman Zoe Aves]]/[[{{Tsundere}} Black Cuervo]] and [[ItRunsInTheFamily her family]], [[MadScientist Dr. Chipotle Jr., Dr. Chipotle Sr.]], [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies General Chapuza, Che Chapuza]], [[TheFamilyForTheWholeFamily the Mustache Mafia]], [[FallenHero the Titanium Titan]], [[HumongousMecha Giant Robot Sanchez]], and [[OurGiantsAreBigger El Mal Verde]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama: All Stars''' Villainous Vultures team is composed mostly of major antagonists and {{Jerkass}}es from the previous seasons: [[AlphaBitch Heather]], [[{{Delinquent}} Duncan]], [[ManipulativeBastard Alejandro]], [[TeamKiller Scott]], [[JerkJock Lightning]], [[BrawnHilda Jo]] and [[CompetitionFreak Courtney]] joining later (only [[TheBully Eva]] and [[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful Justin]] miss out. Gwen and Cameron, meanwhile, are the team's {{Token Good Teammate}}s), while the real BigBad [[SplitPersonalityTakeover Mal]] was on the heroes' team. And even when not trying to kill themselves, the campers in general also have to deal with host [[{{Jerkass}} Chris [=McClean=]]], [[LethalChef Chef Hatchet]], a [[BearsAreBadNews bear]], [[ThreateningShark Fang the Mutant Shark]], the [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Sasquatchanakwa]], [[TheChewToy Ezekiel]] after becoming a monster and several other horrors the island throws at them.
** ''Pahkitew Island'' also has a fair share of villains on one team including [[BigSisterBully Amy]], [[BigBadWannabe Max]], and [[EvilGenius Scarlett]]. Dave's Sanity Slippage also leads him to pull a FaceHeelTurn in the finale.
* Like the ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' example above, most of the foes for Optimus's team of Autobots ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' were Decepticons. However, only a few were able or willing to directly further the BigBad Megatron's plans, and many of the Decepticons and their allies ([[TheStarscream Starscream]], [[FemmeFatale Blackarachnia]], [[BountyHunter Lockdown]], etc.) could serve as a major independent threat for any given episode. The minor human villains ([[CorruptCorporateExecutive Porter C. Powell]], [[PlayingWithSyringes Meltdown]], and [[GadgeteerGenius Henry Masterson]], for instance) also served as a more traditional Rogues Gallery.
* While Sam, Clover and Alex from ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' tend to face one-episode villains whose motives range from understandable to dubious to downright pathetic, they do manage to accumulate a sizable list of recurring foes over the course of the series. This list includes Terrence Lewis, Tim Scam, Helga Von Guggen, [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Geraldine Husk]], [[{{Acrofatic}} Myrna Beesbottom]], Jazz Hands, Boogie Gus, [[MindManipulation Candy Sweet]], Diminutive Smalls, Sebastian Saga, Hayes, [[PsychoPsychologist Dr. Grey]], [[EvilOldFolks Granny]], [[AnIcePerson Dr. Gelee]], Manny Wong, [[GreenThumb Violet Vanderfleet]], [[MadScientist Willard]], Marco Lumiere, and to a lesser extent [[SitcomArchNemesis Mandy]] and [[WhosLaughingNow Arnold Jackson]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' is building up a fair gallery of recurring villains. Along with Verminious Snaptrap and his D.O.O.M. colleagues, there is also Chameleon, Bird Brain, Caped Cod, Quacky and Jack Rabbit.
* In the same vein as the ''Looney Tunes'', WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker had a small cast of recurring antagonists. The most popular and well-known were Wally Walrus and Buzz Buzzard, but Woody also regularly contended with Ms. Meany, Gabby Gator, Dapper Denver Dooley, and Professor Dingledong.
* ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' has Jack Spicer (and his Jackbots), Wuya, Chase Young, and Hannibal Roy Bean as main villains as well as Le Mime, Mala Mala Jong, Katnappe, Pandabubba, Cyclops, Tubbimura, Vlad, and Gigi.
* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' also has its share of bag guys: [[EvilOverlord The Night Master]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Carl the Evil Cockroach Wizard]], his brother [[GeneralRipper Herman]], [[LargeHam Eradicus]], [[DumbMuscle Ultimoose]], [[EvilCounterpart Yuck]], {{Animesque}} [[SiblingTeam Smoke & Mirrors]], [[StrawFeminist Saranoia]] and [[HalfHeartedHenchman G.P]] who later became [[AxCrazy Fr-ped]], [[Film/AustinPowers Goldmember]] {{Expy}} Pondscüm, [[NeatFreak Fastidious the Hamster]], WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls {{exp|y}}ies [[TerribleTrio Chung Pow Kitties]], and [[BrainInAJar Mastermind]]. Master Yo's original enemies: [[EvilOldFolks Kraggler]] and [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Badfoot]].