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->''"Every skool hav a resident buly who is fat and roll about the place clouting everybode."''
-->-- '''Nigel Literature/{{Molesworth}}'''

The SuperTrope of JerkJock, AlphaBitch, and other bully characters. This is the SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp in his heyday. The guy who gave you wedgies and tied you to a flag-pole. The girl who humiliated you in front of the entire school and broke your self-confidence on your first day in. In WesternAnimation, it is required by law for the bully to refer to his victims by [[LastNameBasis last name only]], because, well... you're not exactly their friend.

A bully is simply defined on [[http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/bully wiktionary]] as "A person who is cruel to others, especially those who are weaker or have less power." This sums this character up in a nutshell. They will target anyone who is less popular than they are, those who are unable to fight back, or [[ActualPacifist anyone who won't fight back]]. Comes in different flavours as listed below.

Because AdultsAreUseless, frequently students have to take matters into their own hands to deal with these characters, leading to a BullyHunter. Alternatively, the bully may not get his comeuppance from his victims or their protectors, instead running foul of a bigger {{Villain}} and having to be [[SaveTheVillain rescued by the very people he used to torment.]] Can lead to [[ReformedBully a reformed bully]], [[EmbarrassingRescue if the bully is willing to admit to it.]] Otherwise the [[StatusQuoIsGod status quo returns to normal]] despite [[UngratefulBastard past events.]]

[[TooDumbToLive Particularly thick]] bullies [[YouthIsWastedOnTheDumb will often try picking on]] the (currently) [[ActualPacifist pacifist]] superpowered or extremely strong kid [[IWorkAlone who simply isn't very sociable]]. This is called BullyingADragon, and it ''always'' ends badly, unless the dragon ends up [[SaveTheVillain saving the bullies]] and thus shutting the bully right up. [[WhosLaughingNow This doesn't always happen]].


!Related Character Tropes:
* AbusiveParents: Where parents are bullies to their children.
* AlphaBitch: The popular girl in school is a bully to others who aren't popular.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: The younger equivalent to BigBrotherBully.
* BarbaricBully: The most common stereotype of bully in fictional works.
* BigBrotherBully: A character bullies their younger sibling(s).
* BullyAndWimpPairing
* BullyBulldog: As a DogStereotype
* BullyHunter: Characters who fight bullies.
* BullyingTheDisabled: People who bully others based on physical or mental impairments.
* CorneredRattlesnake: Often the victim of a bully, but can sometimes cross over into this territory if their actions are vicious enough.
* DrillSergeantNasty: Being a bully is ''his job''.
* TheGadfly: Often extends to {{Troll}}.
* JerkJock: The male bully in a varsity jacket.
* LovingBully: Bullies their target to hide the fact they have a crush on them.
* TheNeidermeyer: The leader equivalent to the tropes directly below.
* PoliceBrutality: Bullies with badges.
* ReformedBully: When the bully stops being a bully.
* SadistTeacher, EvilTeacher, and DeanBitterman: Teachers and Principals can be bullies too.
* SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp: Where the bully grows up to become a villain.
* SmugSuper: A bully with super-powers.
* {{Troll}}: Loves to mess with people ForTheEvulz.

!Related Concepts:
* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Where a character is bullied by other characters for being different.
* BoxingLesson
* BullyBrutality: When bullying involves severely harming their victims.
* BullyingADragon: When bullies mess with people they have no business messing with.
* CarloadOfCoolKids
* CrushingHandshake
* DefacementInsult
* EnemyEatsYourLunch
* GangOfBullies: Where bullies come in numbers.
* GirlPosse: A group of females who bully others.
* ForTheEvulz: A reason why a character is a bully.
* HeadlockOfDominance
* HonorThyAbuser: When the victim learns to forgive their tormentor(s), usually if they've already reformed.
* IfYouTauntHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: The idea that getting back at a bully makes you just like them.
* KeepAway
* KidsAreCruel: Where young children are prone to bully others.
* LackOfEmpathy
* PickOnSomeoneYourOwnSize
* SchoolBullyingIsHarmless: Where bullying portrayed as not so serious.
* StockShoujoBullyingTactics
* StopHittingYourself
* StuffedIntoALocker
* StuffedIntoATrashcan
* {{Swirlie}}
* TeensAreMonsters: Teenagers are prone to be bullies.
* ThrewMyBikeOnTheRoof
* VandalismBackfire
* WhyDidYouMakeMeHitYou



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': When Ichigo expresses concern that Ichika has wandered away from her parents without their knowledge, Rukia tells him not to worry because a Soul Reaper has nothing to fear from human opponents. This merely increases Ichigo's worry because he interprets Rukia's words to mean that Ichika likes bullying helpless humans.
* ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'': For all his talk about "honor" and "justice," Kuyou is basically nothing more than a superpowered schoolyard bully who goes around taking people's lunch money. Unfortunately, the consequences for those that don't comply are ''far'' more grievous than the simple beating such thugs usually dish out, as the previous Newspaper Club can easily attest. [[spoiler: He continues this behavior after becoming a Fairy Tale top enforcer, and utterly fails to comprehend why almost nobody shows him any respect.]]
* The kids at the orphanage who torment a young Lucy in ''Manga/ElfenLied''. [[BullyingADragon It ends]] [[LudicrousGibs badly]]. '''[[BreakTheCutie Very]]''' [[StartOfDarkness badly]].
* ''Anime/MazingerZ'' has Onimaru, a secondary character who attended Shiro's high school and was a {{Jerkass}} who bullied weak kids who could not defend themselves. He picked on Mitsuo, a nerdy, weak, shy kid and tormented him frequently, insulting him, beating him and making him a fool of himself. It did not end up well for him, though, and he started to reconsider his attitude.
* ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}'' has [[AlphaBitch Aki Honda]] and her GirlPosse, who torment the main character's friend in horrifying ways. [[spoiler:When she snaps and releases her BondCreature, they die in even ''more'' horrifying ways.]]
* Doi from ''Manga/WanderingSon'', and Oka to a more mild extent. They both bully Nitori for being feminine.
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (aka Big G) from ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' is probably the most well-known bully character in Japanese anime society. His victims are every boy in his neighborhood, though he picks on Nobita the most. Suneo (Sneech) is another of Gian's main targets, although he too enjoys bullying Nobita.
* In ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'', [[spoiler:Habara,]] known as the [[RedBaron Archdemon]], was the menace of all boys eight years before the current events. She needed [[OneManArmy ten]] {{Bully Hunter}}s to barely make a draw with her, which forced her into [[RetiredOutlaw retirement]].
* In ''AudioPlay/SaintBeast'', Kira acts as one to Rey, possibly because he always gets a reaction.
* In ''Manga/MekkoRarekko'', we have Yamano Taishou who is a bit of a bully towards [[InSeriesNickname Buchi]] (real name Hirata Tadakatsu), [[spoiler: although he becomes much kinder towards him later on. Then we also have Amanuma Shinichi who bullied Taishou a lot in first grade and he bullies Taishou again along with Buchi shortly after he transfers to their school.]]
** "Taishou" ("General") seems to be a common nickname for bullies in anime, as the bully character in the classic magical girl series Anime/HimitsuNoAkkoChan also goes by Taishou. In fact, most early magical girl series, which tended to be more SliceOfLife oriented than fantasy-oriented, had at least one bully character, ranging from the burly Boss in Anime/MajokkoMegChan to RichBitch types like Tomiko in Anime/MahouNoMakoChan.
* Being a deconstruction of the FightingSeries, ''Manga/MutekiKanbanMusume'' offers a deconstruction of TheBully by Miki and Megumi’s relationship:
** Miki, despite being a beautiful young adult who uses WaifFu, not enormous in size, and not a DirtyCoward, fits the traditional depiction of a bully (dumb and enormous physical strength, caused Kankuro's HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood and [[ButForMeItWasTuesday she doesn't remember any of that]]).
** Megumi, Miki’s lifetime TheRival, fits the RealLife description of a bully: A {{Hypocrite}} who is a BitchInSheepsClothing, [[VandalismBackfire destroys Miki’s work]], uses MaliciousSlander, {{Wounded Gazelle Gambit}}s, is adept to BreakThemByTalking against Miki, and whose only motivation to make friends is force a LetsYouAndHimFight with Miki. Oh, and [[LastNameBasis always refers to Miki as Onimaru]].
** Kankuro shows the deconstruction of the ''[[BrokenAesop You have to stand for yourself]]'' attitude in dealing with TheBully Miki. After four years of college, he comes back to his old town to fight the SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp and defeat her, deleting all those horrible memories of his HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood. To achieve that, he must do it the honorable way, [[DefeatMeansFriendship to win her respect]]. However, if Miki would be capable of respecting someone weaker than her, she would not have been TheBully in her youth: Miki treats him as the UnknownRival and [[ButForMeItWasTuesday doesn’t even remember his name]]. Kankuro is trapped in a CycleOfRevenge, incapable of leaving his old town and starting his own life because he simply CantCatchUp to Miki.
* Ishida Shouya, protagonist of ''Manga/KoeNoKatachi'', bullied a young deaf girl in his class constantly, usually alongside his fellow classmates. When they are finally forced to deal with it, the whole class, including the ''teacher'' use him as a scapegoat and shift all blame onto him, from then on tormenting and ostracizing him. After five years, the situation and the extremely guilty conscience he still holds for his actions have left him near suicidal. He decides to befriend Shouko before killing himself, though after befriending her he decides not to commit suicide.
* ''Manga/YuGiOh'':
** In the original both Honda and Jonouchi acted this way towards Yugi. What finally made them stop is when ''they'' were antagonized by Ushio, a ''worse'' bully, and Yugi tried - very ineffectively - to defend them. (Not coincidentally, this altercation happened right before Yugi completed the Millennium Puzzle, and Yami emerged for the first time, Ushio being the first target of his vindictive Shadow Duels. Also, Jonouchi admits he was trying to toughen Yugi up.)
** And there were ''lots'' more jerks like this in the early manga, such as the upper classman Goro Inogashira from the infamous "Griddle Ice Hockey" story and the HollywoodToneDeaf singer Sozoji. There were plenty of {{Evil Teacher}}s too. (Yeah, Domino High seems like a pretty terrible place to go to school back then when the stories are all grouped together...).

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'':
** Flash Thompson. (He mellowed later.) The Ultimate version of Flash is even worse. He has none of the depth as his mainstream counterpart. And takes far more pleasure in seeing Peter humiliated and picks on him for no reason.
** Another example is [[EvilAlbino Tombstone]]. He was one as a teenager, and only got worse as an adult, becoming a hitman by trade, where his tendency to bully people weaker than himself is still obvious.
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} has had to deal with several bullies during her long career:
** In the Silver Age, Nasthalthia 'Nasty' Luthor was an AlphaBitch who enrolled at Stanhope University as a student and began a campaign of bullying students, hoping to lure Supergirl out. Later on, both she and Linda Danvers -Supergirl's Secret Identity- work as rival photographers in KSF-TV news, and 'Nasty' constantly disparages Linda and picks on her. In ''Comicbook/DemonSpawn'':
--->'''Linda:''' Perhaps you're right! Nasty is a rather good news photographer! (thinking) Though I hate to admit it!\\
'''Nasty:''' Rather good? Compared to you, I'm the whole Galaxy Broadcasting Service News staff rolled into one person!\\
'''Linda:''' Come off it, big mouth! I'm nearly as good a photog as you!\\
'''Nasty:''' Perhaps! But nobody really knows, since you're never around when a big story breaks!
** Belinda Zee is Linda Lee's schoolmate in ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInThe8thGrade'', and she is popular, smug, petty, manipulative and loves making life miserable for Linda -Supergirl-.
* Quasim of ''ComicBook/MiniMonsters''.
* Cruncher Kerr, a character in Roger the Dodger, a strip in the Britsh AnthologyComic ''ComicBook/TheBeano''.
* The ComicBook/RedSkull. Worse, he thinks that ''everyone'' is a target.
* ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}} loves making life miserable for ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Killing Logan's loved ones, eating food he just ordered, stalking him on his birthday and beating the crap out of him, manipulating Logan into killing his own son... it's all fun and games to Victor Creed.
* Another X-Men example with Hellion, though he mellowed out considerably in the wake of Stryker's attacks on the school following M Day, after many of his friends were killed.
* A short comic book released by ''Magazine/NintendoPower'' shows that Wario's grudge against [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] is because Mario acted like this towards him when they were kids, although [[MultipleChoicePast that's not how Mario remembers it.]]
* In one ''WebAnimation/DCSuperHeroGirls'' comic, Harley Quinn mentions being bullied by [[ComicBook/TheJoker a green-haired boy in kindergarten]].
* In ''[[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]]'' there's a pair of bullies at Tim's school that target kids they see as weak nerds and Tim mostly leaves them be in order to protect his secret identity. They eventually kill one of their most frequent targets and the next time Tim comes across a school bully he does not allow them to get away with their behavior for a minute.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* Moe of ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''. Calvin sometimes takes advantage of his lack of intelligence, though, with mixed results.
-->'''Calvin:''' Many years from now, when I am successful and he is in prison, I hope I'm not too mature to gloat.
* ''ComicStrip/FunkyWinkerbean'': During the pre-first time jump era, "Bull" Bushka, who mercilessly tormented Les Moore. Bull softened by the end of the pre-first time jump, becoming friends with Les (after he stood up to Bull), and although he still has his feisty personality he -- as a teacher at Westview High -- has absolutely no tolerance for bullying.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11886910/1/Gankona-Unnachgiebig-Unità Gankona, Unnachgiebig, Unità]]'': A teen who wore an incredibly grotesque mask popped out of nowhere just to scare Italy. He looked down upon Italy for being beaten and nearly raped. Germany and Japan ''did not'' take this well.
* In ''Fanfic/TheLionKingAdventures'', Anti-Haiba serves as this to Simba in ''The Love Triangle''. [[spoiler: He even beats him up.]]
* In the ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fanfic ''Fanfic/TheDayEverythingChanged'', the main antagonist of the story, [[BigBad Sakura]] [[JerkAss Takahashi]], is a particularly nasty and surprisingly realistic example of this, [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown particularly]] [[DisproportionateRetribution towards]] [[TheWoobie Kagami]].
* In ''FanFic/MegaManDefenderOfTheHumanRace'', Punk is this; he even bullies [=ProtoMan=].
* In ''FanFic/KitsuneNoKenFistOfTheFox'', Rokusho Aoi (a filler villain from the ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' anime) uses his position as the chief hall monitor of Konoha High School to bully weaker students as he pleases.
* In ''FanFic/MyLittleUnicorn'', Sombra was first seen as a bully named [[spoiler: Dusk Shine]].
* From ''Apartnement Gensokyo'', we have Yume Ni, otherwise known as "Yu", and she is aptly called "Yu the Bully", especially the case chapter 59 and the kids were terrified of her. Sakuya also noted that she is comparatively worse than Reimu.
* In the ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' Fanfic ''Fanfic/VariousVytalVentures'' chapter 'Hike and Camp' the individual members of Team CRDL, all bullies, are on a camping trip with Team RWBY. During the night, individual talks between the two teams explore some of the reasoning and mentality behind CRDL's bullying.
* ''Fanfic/RickAndMortyNewDramaAdventures'':
** Duncan is the JerkJock of the story, physically stronger and more threatening than Morty. He is shown bullying Morty and his friends, especially Harold in Chapter 1 when he corners him in the hallway to verbally abuse and physically intimidate the redhead.
** Courtney, who is Duncan’s on-again off-again girlfriend, picks up his attitude towards Morty and his group of friends.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
%%* Foxy Loxy from ''Disney/ChickenLittle''.
%%* Brent from ''WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs''.
* As a preadolescent Greenie from ''Animation/LeafieAHenIntoTheWild'' was bulled by other ducklings for being adopted by a hen.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The unseen antagonists discussed in ''Bully'', the critically acclaimed 2012 documentary film that became a rare box office hit of the genre. The five subjects of the film -- including those who had revealed themselves as homosexuals, or had Asperger's -- were all severely tormented by bullies. (The alleged bullies were not interviewed for this film.)
* Biff Tannen of ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture''. Also a JerkJock. [[SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp He was the same as an adult]], until Marty altered the past so that Biff's most frequent victim - Marty's dad - grew a spine and stood up to him.
%%* Conny of ''Film/LetTheRightOneIn''.
%%* Bullies fight Goku in the movie version of ''Film/{{Dragonball|Evolution}}''. Also BullyingADragon.
%%* Scut Farkus in ''Film/AChristmasStory'' - with yellow eyes, so help me God!
%%* Butch, in the ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' shorts.
* In ''Film/KeyLargo'', there is a grown-up example. Rocco is this way to everyone, even to his own {{mook}}s and alcoholic girlfriend Gaye.
%%* Buddy Revell from ''Film/ThreeOClockHigh''.
%%* Vanessa of ''Film/TheGrudge'', who doubles as the AlphaBitch.
* ''Film/NapoleonDynamite'' features a somewhat-odd bully who always starts out by offering to trade something to other kids in exchange for letting him have or use something of theirs that he wants. Whenever they refuse, he switches into full-on bully mode and ''makes'' them comply.
%%* All of the gang members in ''Film/DeadMansShoes'', but especially Sonny.
* Joe and Jake from ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'' are {{Big Brother Bull|y}}ies to little sister Ginny, but they also antagonize Johnny. Notably, Joe and Jake's personalities are analogous to Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear, the antagonists of Uncle Remus's Br'er Rabbit stories.
%%* Barry of ''Film/SingStreet'' who picks on the new kid, Conor
%%* Shane Hawkins from ''Film/TheWorldsEnd'', in the group's schooldays, with consequences that echo through to the present-day plot.
* In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', Mitchell Laurio uses what little authority he has to screw with his prisoner(s).
* In ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'', Charlie comes across as a fairly standard one towards Eggsy, looking down on Eggsy's lower-class background in comparison to him and his elitist friends.
* Gabara from ''Film/AllMonstersAttack'' is the {{kaiju}} equivalent of one -- a big, ugly cat-toad-ogre who likes to beat on Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'s son because the little guy can't fight back and he's too much of a DirtyCoward to take on the Big G himself.

* This one captures the essence of bullying, so to speak.
--> [[CunningLikeAFox Fox]]: "Bear, I'm bored."
--> {{Bear|sAreBadNews}}: "Yeah, me too."
--> Fox: "I've got an idea! We beat up the hare!"
--> [[{{Mook}} Bear]]: "Yeah, great idea!"
--> Fox: "But we can't beat him up for nothing, we need a reason... I've got it: If he wears a cap, we tell him 'You have a stupid cap', and if he has no cap, we tell him 'Why don't you wear a cap, you want to get a cold?'"
--> [[TheBrute Bear]]: "Yeah, great idea!"
--> (They go, meet the hare, he has no cap, they beat him up. Continue next day:)
--> Fox: "Bear, I'm bored."
--> Bear: "Yeah, me too... can we beat up the hare again?"
--> Fox: "Yeah, but we need a reason... I've got it: We ask him for [[GoodSmokingEvilSmoking a cigarette]]. If he offers us one with filter, we tell him 'Don't you know the filter kills the taste?', and if he offers us one without, we tell him 'Do you want to poison us?'"
--> (They go, meet the hare.)
--> Fox: "Hey, do you have a cigarette for us?"
--> Hare: "With or without filter?"
--> Fox: "Bear, have you noticed he still doesn't wear a cap?"

* ''Literature/HarryPotter'':
** Harry's cousin Dudley, [[spoiler:at least until his HeelFaceTurn]].
** Draco Malfoy is very savvy about finding Berserk Buttons of hot-headed Gryffindors and pressing it to get a rise of out his opponents.
** Harry is disapointed to find out that his father and godfather relentlessly bullied his least favorite teacher, Severus Snape.
** Snape himself is a horrible bully to his students, Harry and Neville in particular. [[WordOfGod JK Rowling even says]] she considers this his worst trait.
** When he was younger, Tom Riddle bullied other students, although he was mostly seen as a good student by his teachers, with the exception of [[BigGood Dumbledore]]. Tom got worse. [[BigBad Much, much worse.]]
* In ''Literature/TheNightGardener'', Alastair Windsor spends most of the book picking on his little sister. Near the end, he throws Kip's crutch — the only thing he has from his now-dead father — into the river. Luckily, he changes for the better not long after.
* [[AntiHero Edmund Pevensie]], in [[Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe the first book]] of ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'', liked to bully and torment his younger sister, Lucy.
* Bugs Meany of ''Literature/EncyclopediaBrown''.
* The cyberpunk novel ''Literature/{{Otherland}}'' could be interpreted as something of a FantasticAesop about bullying. The antagonists are all bullies of one sort or another; the most developed of whom, CorruptCorporateExecutive Felix Jongleur, describes a upbringing in a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors where he was the victim of the resident GangOfBullies. In revenge, he became a bully himself, meting out vicious summary punishment to anyone who dares offend him. His use of pain to control his subordinates comes full circle when PsychoForHire Dread pulls an EvilerThanThou on him and the Other, his [[AIIsACrapshoot quasi-AI]] computer system, finally snaps under the constant torture and tries to kill him.
* ''Literature/TortallUniverse''
** Ralon in ''Literature/SongOfTheLioness'' enjoyed picking on and beating up Alanna and other smaller boys in his classes, even breaking Alanna's arm at one point while getting away with it. Alanna put up a good fight and eventually beat him at his own game.
** Joren and his crew in the first two ''Literature/ProtectorOfTheSmall'' books, using the excuse of routine hazing to pick on first-years relentlessly. Keladry and her friends eventually get them to stop entirely through force of numbers.
* Sonny Singer and Heck Bast in ''Literature/TheTalisman''.
* Henry Bowers of ''Literature/{{It}}''. Later becomes a SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp.
* Officer Felix of ''Literature/{{Outsourced}}'' is very much bullying Isaac Fisher. His introduction to the reader is him absently aiming his gun at Isaac, before asking him some questions.
* As seen in the page quote, Nigel Literature/{{Molesworth}} is more than happy to share his "grate thorts" on the subject with his readers. He goes on to explain that bullies come in two varieties: fat bullies who can run, who are trouble, and fat bullies who "can't run for tofee", who may safely be taunted from a distance. Sadly [[JerkJock Grabber]] of [[BoardingSchoolOfHorrors st. custards]] is of the former type.
* In Creator/RobertWestall's ''Literature/TheMachineGunners'' this role is filled by Boddser Brown, the Garmouth Grammar School bully and Chas [=McGill=]'s most avid rival in the great game of collecting war souvenirs.
* There are a fair few bullies in ''Literature/ToughMagic'', with the three that stand out the most being Nist, Brath and Rungar.
* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''
** Many, many knights are basically thugs with a sword and a massive sense of entitlement. One of the major examples is Ser Meryn Trant, who is perfectly happy to beat the crap out of a helpless teenage girl and laughs in Barristan Selmy's face when Joffrey kicks him out of the Kingsguard.
** Joffrey himself, and Ramsay Snow are basically what would happen if you took a vicious teenage bully and gave them command of a group of soldiers and total protection from consequences.
** Gregor Clegane was a vicious bully even as a child, burning and nearly killing his younger brother Sandor for playing with a toy Gregor had already discarded. He got even worse as he grew up, becoming one of the aforementioned "thugs with a sword and a massive sense of entitlement". It really doesn't help that he's always angry due to chronic migraines and is always looking for someone to lash out against. He's also the WorldsStrongestMan and leads a posse of other vicious bullies. Like a lot of bullies, his favorite targets are people who can't possibly put up a real fight against him, such as unarmed women and children -- pillaging the smallfolk is a ''hobby'' of his. Fighting against people who can actually challenge and ''hurt'' him on the other hand makes him upset and [[VillainousBreakdown causes him to lose what little self control he still has]], much like a SpoiledBrat whining when things don't go his way.
* Literature/{{Flashman}}, was originally the school bully from Literature/TomBrownsSchooldays, until he was given his own series by Creator/GeorgeMacDonaldFraser. Arguably he's a case of SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp then.
* In Michael C. Bailey's ''Literature/ActionFigures - Issue One: Secret Origins'', some exist so that Stuart can tell them to cut it out. [[spoiler: Until their victim is the bully who had accidentally kill Stuart's little brother. It takes Stuart some time to rise to the challenge then.]]
* ''Literature/{{TACK}}'': Red Jameson, the meanest kid at Monroe Elementary School. He often makes life miserable for the Sandy Harbor kids when they are grouped together for occasions like spelling bees and field days. He even broke Will's leg by "accident."
* ''Llama Llama and the Bully Goat'' from Anna Dewdney's ''Literature/LlamaLlama'' picture book series is about Llama Llama and his friends having to deal with a bully named Gilroy Goat. In the AnimatedAdaptatio, this issue will come up on the show as well. Promotional material states that deep down Gilroy wants to have friends but doesn't quite know how to go about it.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Four of them feature in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' episode "The Pack".
* Caruso from ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris''.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Ser Alliser Thorne bullies his recruits and encourages bullying among them, though he claims this is necessary to toughen them up.
** Rast bullies Sam at the Wall, then later on he ironically gets bullied by Karl once Karl [[spoiler: kills Jeor Mormont]].
** Lommy and Hot Pie try to bully Arya, but are mostly just putting on a tough front. After an initial altercation, they all get along fairly well.
** Joffrey gets his kicks tormenting others.
*** Joffrey is a Deconstruction: He is The Bully ''with actual power and status'', and adults who normally have little to fear from this stock character are in as much if not more danger from him. [[OffWithHisHead As Ned Stark can testify.]]
** Cersei gets a kick out of throwing her weight around and making underlings squirm. Pycelle is probably her favorite punching bag.
** Gregor's idea of a good time is raping and killing people — especially those who can't feasibly fight back. A woman and her baby in the backstory, his own little brother when they were both children, a surprised Loras Tyrell who had nothing but a wooden shield while he was swinging a huge sword, a bunch of helpless unarmed prisoners...and it's mentioned that he regularly goes raping and pillaging the smallfolk. Facing an actually challenging opponent like his brother Sandor and Oberyn Martell just makes him even angrier.
** The Waif takes a lot of glee in bullying Arya whenever she can. Unlike Lommy and Hot Pie, she is a legitimate threat and her bullying only escalates when Jaqen is not present.
* The brother on ''Series/StrangersWithCandy''. To be fair, he bullies his sister, who at times can be something of a bully herself.
%%* Harley Keiner of ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.
* Whitney Fordman in the first season of ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. Slowly gained some CharacterDevelopment over the season, and when he left to join the army, he and [[Comicbook/{{Superman}} Clark]] had a grudging respect for each other, and he even asks Clark to keep Lana safe for him. [[spoiler: Then he is pretty quickly revealed to have been [[BusCrash KIA]].]]
%%* [[Series/OneHundredDeedsForEddieMcdowd Eddie [=McDowd=]]]
%%* Sam on ''Series/{{iCarly}}''. Also Jocelyn from "iMake Sam Girlier".
%%* Reese from ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle''.
* Bulk and Skull from the early seasons of ''PowerRangers'' are particularly mild examples of this trope, though as [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] points out, they "weren't particularly good bullies since it was obvious any ONE of the rangers was capable of [[BullyingADragon kicking their asses]]". However, they acted more like [[ClassClown comic relief by cracking jokes than anything]]. They were more or less on friendly terms with the Rangers (in their own way) and Skull even had an obvious crush on Kimberly. And when real bullies showed up they fled in terror. However, by season three they'd grown out of the bully/class clown persona and became junior police officers and would hold down various jobs in later seasons. Each had major PetTheDog moments beginning in season two.
* Hutch was this to Kip in the original season of ''Series/TheJoeSchmoShow'', messing up his photo album, teasing him about not wanting to go in the pool and threatening to shove him in the pool and such. Part of the appeal of Matt was him standing up for Kip and saying that he understands about phobias and such.
* Tony and Gibbs can be considered this toward [[ButtMonkey McGee]], regularly insulting him, forcing him to do demeaning things, and otherwise doing things that are considered 'bullying'.
%%* Greg from ''Series/KidNation''.
* Played straight, then Inverted in an episode of ''{{Series/Supernatural}}''. One episode had Dean and Sam return to one of several High Schools they'd attended while travelling cross-country with their father. Sam has {{Flashback}}s to a boy who had bullied him for being small, until Sam turned the tables by [[CurbStompBattle beating the tar out of him]]. They moved again shortly afterwards, and in the present, Sam discovers that after the beating, the rest of the school started to bully the bully, to the point that [[spoiler: his ghost became a vengeful spirit that [[BullyHunter killed other bullies]]]].
* Grayson the School Bully from the Series/RippingYarns instalment ''"Tompkinson's Schooldays"'' is another parody of the Flashman character from the Literature/TomBrownsSchooldays - [[UpToEleven turned up to eleven]].
* Sandra was one of these in her youth ''Series/NewTricks'' to the point that when she attended a school reunion in one episode, her class picture had been defaced to give her devil horns and a goatee. It is implied she was also one in her police academy days too.
* Bullying was a central theme in ''{{Series/Glee}}''. Most of the football players and cheerleaders bullied the original Glee Club kids (especially Kurt and Rachel), even those who later became part of the Glee Club. David Karofsky is somewhat of a leader of the jock posse, and in season 2 he's the main antagonist who bullies Kurt to the point of sexual harassment and death threats.
** Later he's redeemed and becomes the victim of bullying himself.
* Kubiak in ''Series/ParkerLewisCantLose'' is presented as such at first, especially due to his giantic size and menacing personality, but later episodes showed that he was actually a GentleGiant only doing what society expected from him.

* Fans who [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotDidactic have tried to analyze]] "Particle Man" by Music/TheyMightBeGiants have interpreted Triangle Man this way, noting that he ''hates'' Particle Man and Person Man, and fights them because he wins, but ''never'' messes with Universe Man.
* "Bully" by Music/{{Shinedown}} is a song about calling out a bully.
* [[http://www.songfacts.com/category-songs_about_being_bullied.php A handy Bully Song Index]] compiled for you.

* The Big Shot on ''Pinball/DrDude'', who constantly taunts the player. Naturally, hitting him yields big points.

* Each candidate in the ''Podcast/PlumbingTheDeathStar'' episode "Which Smash Bros. Character Would Make the Best Stepdad?" is measured by how they would handle it if they found out a stereotypical bully was hassling their kid. By the end of the episode, the bully has to deal with [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda a mute kleptomaniac]], [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros magical deadbeat Italians]], and actual wild animals who all come down on him with extreme force. After getting eaten and spit back out by the final stepfather, the bully doesn't even want to associate with his victim and just wants to stay away from his terrifying family members.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Nick Busick (a state law enforcement officer from Georgia) used a "bully" [[TheGimmick gimmick]] as a heel in both Georgia Championship Wrestling and later, the Wrestling/{{W|orldWrestlingFederation}}WF. His 1991 WWF run was his best known, where he was known as simply "The Bully." To sell the gimmick, he'd commit various acts such as hassling ring announcer Mike [=McGuirk=] when she got his name wrong, or popping a child's balloon with a pin. After bullying several jobbers, he moved to the mid-card and had moderate success against wrestlers like "Superfly" Wrestling/JimmySnuka and "The Texas Tornado" Kerry Wrestling/{{Von Erich|Family}}, but never got higher as – after a well-publicized match where he was completely squashed by Sid Justice – the "bully" gimmick was effectively destroyed and Busick left shortly after that match.
* The relationship between The Buddy System and "Better Than You" in SHINE. The latter spoiled the former's chances of becoming {{tag team}} champions, broke Heidi Lovelace's leg which left Solo Darling on her own, showed up with their Valifornia [[PowerStable stablemates]] in tow to stop Solo's return to solo matches and set the group's new brute on her.
* Superestrella Ash took to beating on Pablito after The World Wrestling League's 2016 return, jumping him in the street and pouring milk on his head in the locker room. The size difference between the two was so great not even a highway bat was enough of an equalizer, but Phenomeno BJ ended up beating up Ash for him.
* [[Wrestling/LukeHarper "The Big Rig" Brodie Lee]] in Wrestling/{{CHIKARA}}. He outweighed most wrestlers on the roster by over 100 lbs. Every time he entered the ring he made a beeline for ring announcer Gavin Loudspeaker, who had to flee for his life. He mistreated his tag partner Grizzly Redwood. And when the usual CHIKARA comedy happened, he not only refused to participate, but gleefully ruined it for everyone. For example, when a spontaneous baseball game broke out during a match and he was supposed to be at bat, he just turned around and decked the catcher with an open hand slap.

* ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'': This play is not placed in High School, but uses -- and deconstructs this trope:
** Played straight with De Guiche, who is a JerkJock using his power to bully Roxane into being TheMistress and makes a DareToBeBadass to De Valvert to punish Cyrano.
** Deconstructed with Cyrano: he is very cruel to others, (Montfleury, The Bore, De Guiche and everyone who Cyrano doesn't like) but it's subverted because De Guiche has a lot more power than Cyrano. Given his enormous nose and living in a shallow society that firmly believes BeautyEqualsGoodness, he obviously has being bullied all his life... and now Cyrano is the most badass swashbuckler, a real OneManArmy... [[WhosLaughingNow who can bully everyone because]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters he is the most powerful warrior there is]]. Lampshaded by Roxane at Act V scene II, after Le Bret comments Cyrano still is making new enemies:
--->'''Roxane:''' Ah! but his sword still holds them all in check;\\
[[TemptingFate None get the better of him]].
** Invoked by De Valvert and Christian, but they are merely victims of PeerPressureMakesYouEvil.
* In ''Street Scene'', Vincent Jones harasses Rose on the street. When Sam tries to intervene, Vincent calls him a "little kike bastard" and hits him, then protests that he has a weak heart. Rose tries to tell Sam that "he's nothing but a loafer... ten years from now, he'll still be driving a taxi," but Sam is in his usual despair.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'', as you might have guessed, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin centers around these]]. In fact, the first clique that the main character has to fight and take over is made up entirely of bullies, ironically making them pushovers for most of the game and allowing the player to [[CatharsisFactor have a blast putting them through the same torment they've been unleashing on the weaker students at Bullworth Academy]].
* Butch at the beginning of ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''.
* You meet bullies in ''VideoGame/{{Fable}}'' 1 and 2 [[DoNotDoThisCoolThing and beat the crap out of them for the greater good]].
* Bobby Zilch of ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}.'' Not a very effective one though.
* Spider from ''VideoGame/TheAdventuresOfWillyBeamish''. Want to make it past him unscathed? [[GiveMeYourInventoryItem Give Him Your Inventory Item]].
* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
** Mido from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' bullies Link because [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer he doesn't have a fairy]] and because he's best friends with the girl he likes, Saria. To a lesser extent, he's mean to the other Kokiri, particularly one boy he forces to mow Saria's lawn, something ''Mido'' offered to do as a favor for Saria. Of course, [[spoiler:seven years later, after Saria accepts her destiny as a Sage]], Mido admits that he was a jerk and asks the adult version of Link to apologize to Link on his behalf.
** Groose from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword''. It ultimately turns out he's not ''that'' bad at heart and when the chips are down he [[LetsGetDangerous Gets Dangerous]] and helps save the day.
* Bisco from ''VideoGame/{{Robopon}}'', who even holds sway over teachers.
* ''Every single'' enemy in ''VideoGame/NinjaPizzaGirl'' acts out this trope to a T. Partly they are [[PunchClockVillain just doing their job]] in trying to sabotage their boss' competition by making Gemma late on her pizza runs, they are also clearly enjoying their jobs a little too much and seem to take a savage delight in putting her through petty abuses and trying to break her spirit.
* Sean in ''VideoGame/{{Hewitt}}''. He keeps stealing Hewitt's food until he can find a way to get rid of him.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* The "Buli" from the first episode of ''WebAnimation/DaAmazinOTAdvenchr''. [[spoiler:He dies two episodes later.]]
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Cardin Winchester's defining trait, particularly towards [[{{Blackmail}} Jaune Arc]] and [[FantasticRacism Velvet]]. Also, his teammates on Team CRDL, to a lesser extent.
* ''WebAnimation/TerribleWritingAdvice'' criticizes the use of this trope in its "Magic Schools" video by pointing out how bullies are either one-dimensional {{Straw Character}}s with no redeeming qualities, or a [[WriteWhoYouKnow caricature of someone the writer knows in real life]].
* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': Dave. In fact, [[CharacterizationMarchesOn this used to be his only trait.]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Annyseed}}'': Charlotte Peechi decided from the moment she first met Anny that she would forever be her inconvenience.
* ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'': True, it is a necessary tactic to save their lives, but how does he phrase it? [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/040923c We're killing Ran and stealing his blasters!!]]
* ''Webcomics/{{Memoria}}'' [[http://memoria.valice.net/?p=81 The exortor of Matty's money]]
* Rahan in ''Webcomic/TalesOfTheQuestor''. Also, the Redcaps and other gangs in the Tumbledowns of Sanctuary City.
* Skeeter in ''Webcomic/MinionComics'' forces new minions to play one of two games: Stab-Twist-Gurgle or Mama Bird.
* Jeremy from ''Webcomic/OzyAndMillie''.
* Vriska and Cronus from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' could be seen as this in different ways. Vriska is basically a 13 year old SerialKiller with a bad case of {{Chronic Backstabbing Disorder}} who paralyzes Tavros and later on puts him in a house full of stairs while making him try to ''apologize for being a cripple''. Cronus on the other hand, hits on Mituna, takes advantage of him and openly insults him. Did I mention that Mituna is brain damaged and HatesBeingTouched?
* Gavin Gothicus in ''Webcomic/WizardSchool'' mocks Graham's magical tattoo and [[http://www.meetmyminion.com/?p=1405 brags about all his father's numerous possessions.]] Too bad he's up against a bigger {{Jerkass}}...
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-04-22 bullies come to harass Criminy]] ... which is a [[ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend big mistake]].
* In ''Webcomic/RedsPlanet'', [[http://www.redsplanet.com/comic/rp/ch03/chapter-three-34/ two aliens bully Red and another alien while stealing things.]]
* ''Webcomic/TheBullysBully'' is all about the heroine dealing with bullies although in a variation, she's usually helping others and not merely defending herself from bullies. Textless webcomic (and therefore language-independent).
* ''Webcomic/DistortionNuzlocke'' has Johnny's nameless bully, who he imagines as Blue Oak.
* ''Webcomic/{{Selkie}}'' has Jeremy Trunchbull who relentlessly bullies the eponymous heroine. His father [[http://www.selkiecomic.com/comic/selkie486/ refuses to see his son as a bully]] and has successfully strong-armed several schools in the past to drop all punishments.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
** Although all children in are, to some extent, bullies, later this trait is accentuated on Craig and Cartman.
** Lessened for other kids however, as the show aimed for more sympathetic CharacterDevelopment and restructured [[AdultsAreUseless most of the kids]] into {{Only Sane M|an}}en. Most of the bullying traits have been placed and exaggerated onto Cartman ([[ComedicSociopath to monsterous levels]]), with even Craig acting as little more than a DeadpanSnarker in later seasons.
** In "Butterballs" Butters is secretly bullied and beat up by his own grandma. She even follows him to school and bullies him in the bathroom. It's a running gag in the episode where people go to the bathroom to find a bully there waiting there for them. Even more so when Butters attempts to find inner strength by donning the costume of Professor Chaos, only to have Grandma show up in a costume of her own, complete with black cape.
%%* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
%%** Nelson, Jimbo, Kearny, and Dolph.
%%** There's also Francine Rhenquist in [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E16ByeByeNerdie Bye, Bye, Nerdie.]]
* Buford of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. However, he's actually a PunchClockVillain who spends far more time hanging out with the main characters than bullying them, falling somewhere between a JerkWithAHeartOfGold and a low-grade TokenEvilTeammate. In some ways he could be considered a major subversion of the trope. His first appearance plays out much like a traditional "bully episode" ending with them coming to an understanding. Unlike most examples, where said bully is never mentioned again, he immediately became part of the core cast.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'':
** Roger, though he's is a very mild example. Sure, he isn't the most pleasant person, but he's more like the neighborhood jerk than an actual bully. He holds no ill feelings toward Doug, and is even commonly included in group activities as a friend.
** Mr Bone's nephew Percy on the other hand was definitely a bully, and tormented both Doug and Roger as often as he could a day. He physically threatened them both, to the point Doug genuinely felt sorry for Roger when the latter pitifully begged him for help.
%%* [[CaptainObvious Bully Koopa]] in ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfSuperMarioBros3'' and ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioWorld''. Hip and Hop play this role straight when they attend school in an episode of ''Super Mario World.''
%%* Beef Bonk, the resident JerkJock from ''WesternAnimation/GalaxyHigh''.
%%* JerkJock Dash and AlphaBitch Paulina from ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''.
%%* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'':
%%** Gelman, who is also a {{Jerkass}}.
%%** Lawson tends to alternate between this and being TheRival.
%%* Bonnie Rockwaller from ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Also an AlphaBitch.
%%* Brit and Tiff Crust from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot''. Also {{Alpha Bitch}}es.
%%* Portia (and her sidekick) from ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyB''. Also an AlphaBitch.
%%* Francis / F-Stop / Hotstreak from ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock''.
* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold!'': Harold starts off this way, but as the show develops he becomes too ineffectual and soft hearted to really pull it off anymore, which is likely why Wolfgang was introduced. Helga similarly keeps up this role with great enthusiasm, [[JerkassFacade but only to hide her real personality]].
%%* Francis on ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents''
%%* Boog from ''WesternAnimation/FanboyAndChumChum''. Also a {{Jerkass}}.
* Binky Barnes on ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' was originally conceived as one, but his RealMenWearPink tendencies have been played up so greatly that nobody takes him seriously as a bully anymore, when he even still tries. Additionally, he's usually reluctant to punch someone, even when asked to do it.
%%* WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} from ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse'' and other Disney cartoons. The extent of his bullying tendencies varies.
%%* Sperg from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' and Mindy, who is also an AlphaBitch.
* Hilda the cat and her two unnamed friends provide a very rare all-female bully clique in ''WesternAnimation/LennyAndSid'''s debut video "Love Thy Neighbor".
%%* Another all-female example are the Gross Sisters from ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily''.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'':
** The Kanker Sisters have a reputation of being bullies and are feared throughout Peach Creek.
** [[JerkJock Kevin]] sometimes acts this way, though a lot of the time it seems to be [[LaserGuidedKarma justified retaliation for something Eddy has done/is trying to do to him.]]
** [[spoiler: [[{{BigBrotherBully}} Eddy's brother.]]]] [[spoiler: That's actually why Eddy [[{{FreudianExcuse}} turned out to be a bit of a bully himself:]] [[{{JerkAssFacade}} He thought if he acted the way]] [[{{BigBrotherBully}} his brother did]] and told amazing stories about him, he'd get the same kind of attention his brother had prior to the series... Until it's revealed that he made them all up from the start.]]
--->'''Eddy:''' [[spoiler: [[{{WhamLine}} I made it all up, Double D. Everything about my brother... was a lie! I made things up so people would like me. Think I was cool. But boy was I wrong. The scam, my brother, this... when am I gonna learn, Double D?]]]]\\
'''Edd:''' [[spoiler: [[{{WhamLine}} I think]] [[{{HeelFaceTurn}} you just have, Eddy.]]]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'':
** Bobby has dealt with three in the form of Dooley, Clark Peters, and Chane Wassanasong. Dooley is able to make everything he says an insult with his monotone voice and emphasis on the last word, and at one point harassed substitute teacher Peggy so badly (to the point of pantsing her in class) she actually spanked him. Dooley's parents had no ill will towards Peggy and a good idea that Dooley probably did something to deserve it. After that Dooley and Clark are similar to Roger Klotz in that they're just a couple of local jerks. Chane, on the other hand, is an egotistical jock and honors student who refers to himself as "The Chane Train" and is something of an AbhorrentAdmirer to Connie, much to her revulsion and her parents' delight. At first quite willing to inflict physical abuse on Bobby, Chane has stuck to verbal abuse ever since Bobby kicked him in the groin.
** Hank Hill once had to deal with a bully of his own, who was in fact a young child named Caleb. Said child was a totally spoiled brat whose parents wrote off everything he did as being "precocious and high-spirited" while he went about harassing Hank and calling him weird names like "White Shirt" and "Dusty Old Bones". All the while, there was little Hank could actually do since Caleb wasn't his child and Hank was a much bigger adult. When Hank had taken Caleb's bike after he tried to wreck his lawn, Caleb's parents called the police and Hank was depicted as the bully. Hank finally managed to get Caleb's parents to punish him by asking Bobby to act towards them the same way Caleb acted towards him.
** Dale Gribble, yes, that Dale Gribble. Whenever Dale and Hank have a fight, Dale will bully Hank mercilessly, which is hilarious since Hank was popular jock in high school and Dale was a loser who made it through because he was friends with Hank and the other guys. Examples of Dale bullying Hank include the mooning episode, the diminished glute race, and the Tico’s Tacos adventure.
* Both ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' and it's sister show ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' have episodes where the main character (a BumblingDad no less) turns into a bully ''to their own kids'' ([[ManChild cliche childish mannerisms and attire included]]) (though in the case of the latter at least, it's to toughen one of them up). Both of these shows have at least one schoolyard bully. Family Guy has, Connie, the AlphaBitch at Meg's school. American Dad has Stelio Kontos, Stan's SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp and [[FreudianExcuse the reason Stan resorted to the Tough Love experiment with Steve in the first place]], as well as Luis, one of Steve's own bullies.
* Butch Magnus from ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' isn't just a bully to little kids, he's a bully to adults as well. He was actually expelled from a Catholic school for assaulting a [[HollywoodNuns nun]] while getting punished, and he managed to beat up a [[DrillSergeantNasty drill sergeant]] on the ''Maury'' show. Any attempts by adults to control him always result in failure.
* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode, [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS3E4OneBadApple "One Bad Apple"]]. The Cutie Mark Crusaders meet Apple Bloom's visiting cousin from Manehattan, Babs Seed, who quickly turns on them when Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon start taunting them. After weeks of endless torment by Babs, the CMC plan their retaliation only to learn during its execution from Applejack that Babs is visiting to get a respite from terrible harassment she herself is suffering at home. Realizing that Babs was acting as she is to prevent being a target again, they save Babs. Afterward, the CMC make it clear that they understand Babs' situation and she is so moved at their generosity of spirit that they reconcile and even gives Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon what for when they keep harassing the CMC.
* Joe on ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel''. He's a brat and a jerk to Orel, often taking advantage of him, as well as teaching him to beat up two kissing boys.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': The [[BlobMonster Horrible Gelatinous Blob]]'s son Brett Blob from ''The Route of All Evil'' acts as one towards Dwight and Cubert, Hermes and the Professor's respective son and clone.
* ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Bully for You", in which Spike is a bully because he's scared and doesn't have any friends. Cassie befriends him by fixing his broken yo-yo. There's another about a dragon-basketball team that bullies Emmy.
* Red Herring from ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo''. He doesn't do much apart from confront the gang (mostly to Freddy) while they're on a case, only he's brushed aside as no more than a nuisance.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'':
** The trope is taken to the extreme in "Operation Z.O.O." with a school bully that is supposedly a [[ImAHumanitarian cannibal]]. (Oddly enough, the same character appears later in "Operation: P.O.P., as the bouncer in Lime Ricky's, a GoodGuyBar, and seems harmless.)
** In a much later episode, "Operation: M.A.T.A.D.O.R.", more dangerous bullies appear, running a BloodSport called the Bully Fights where they trap adults and drive them into a rage with coffee, and then fight them bullfight style. This cruel sport sickens even most of the Kids Next Door (who are usually no fans of adults).
** The episode "Operation: B.U.L.L.I.E.S." depicts bullies as [[UpToEleven dinosaur-like creatures]].
* Heavyweight wrestler Potato-Patato Jr from ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha''. (He has a sister who appeared in one episode named Tomato-Tamato; she is just as bad.)
* Gary from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' was a ''very'' nasty one. He wanted to beat up Dexter and two of his friends because, well... He [[DisproportionateRetribution hated "kids with funny accents"]], as he claimed.
%%* JerkJock Eva and TokenEvilTeammate Duncan on ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''. Heather is also an AlphaBitch.
* ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' has had at least two: Wiggles [=McSunbask=], a more stereotypical type who aggressively asserts himself upon everyone he knows [[spoiler: and does so because he thinks this is how he should behave]]; and Tangier, a more realistic type who puts on a nice-guy act but psychologically disrupts Russell in secret. Russell and Zoe don't even attempt to get through to Tangier because they know it's impossible; [[spoiler: they humiliate him instead.]] Both of them, however, do try to make themselves appear harmless and friendly when in the presence of authority figures so they don't suspect a thing, Tangier even going out of his way to show he's helpful so they side with him instead of Russell.
* Reggie Bullnerd on ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'', a jerkish brat who often picks on Rudy and Penny.
%%* Virgil "Bull" Sharkowski from ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'' combined this trope with ThreateningShark.
* Mooch on ''[[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians 101 Dalmatians: The Series]]''. Less so with his {{gang|OfBullies}} - while Whizzer, Dipstick, and Two-Tone (until she left the gang in "Love 'Em and Flea 'Em") are very loyal to Mooch, they're on good terms with the other puppies when he's not with them.
* Shannon from ''WesternAnimation/HomeMovies'' is a [[AffablyEvil surprisingly friendly]] version. On the one hand, he's willingly admitted to breaking into cars, stealing, and beating people up to get his way. On the other hand, he always keeps a pleasant tone of voice, and seems to genuinely consider Brendon, Melissa, and Jason his friends (despite the fact that he's physically and verbally threatened them on occasion).
* Steve Palchuck from ''WesternAnimation/{{Trollhunters}}'' is a jock and the school bully that does all of the various stereotypical things bullies do (stuff people into lockers, cheats at contests, etc.), though his intimidation factor is deflated after Jim knocks out his front tooth, giving his voice a slobbery tone with a whistle between his teeth.
* Mitchell from ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'' is this combined with {{Jerkass}}. He is very rude to the main characters and often cheats off of them to win contests. Worse than that, he's out to expose Jet's alien identity to the public. However, he does have several PetTheDog moments, and the ChristmasEpisode reveals that [[JerkassFacade this is all a facade]].
* Cash and JT fulfill this role in the original ''Franchise/Ben10'' series, picking on Ben at and after school when he doesn't dare use his Omnitrix powers to fight back. Deconstructed in ''Ben 10: Alien Force'', in which the characters are older and Ben publicly calls out Cash and JT's continued attempts to bully him as juvenile and embarrassing.