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Cartoon Network Villains :
As Useless as Bubble ManCartoon Network had so many villains from many of their shows, I wanted to make a talkback about them. So evil, so strong, so entertaining. A few of them were even the main characters of their shows. Of course, there is Villain Decay. Mojo Jojo has definitely fallen from grace. The Powerpuff Girls don't even need to kick his ass to, uh... kick his ass. And then there's "The PP Gs Rule." Mojo was supposed to be a manic monster of pure chaos, which made me hate that ending. I heard that Vilgax and Father have also decayed. I did like that Crazy Old Cat Lady from Codename: Kids Next Door...
edited 1st May '12 4:42:25 PM by asiacatdogblue
I don't konw what to think, anymore.
Like any cartoon villain there's only so many times they can get their ass handed to them by the heroes before the audience stops seeing them as much of a threat. Of course in Mojo Jojo's case a trio of kindergarteners painting several different shades of pain on your ass in your first outing is definitely not gonna help your bad guy cred.
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Alrightio!If we're talking specifically about Cartoon Network and not anything created specifically by the studio that effectively became Cartoon Network: I'd say of all of Cartoon Network's shows from the Cartoon Cartoon Era to now, Courage the Cowardly Dog consistently had the best villains, they could be funny, they could be creepy, they could be outright scary, and they could be all three. And, sometimes, they could just be naaaauuughty (evil grin). Followed by Ben 10, I guess - the series as a whole has had great villains, but I mostly remember the villains of the Ben 10, since with the exception of Max I despised the heroes' characterizations and I felt the villains were pretty much the show's saving grace. The Red Guy is still one of my favorite Cartoon Network bad guys, too. In addition to Mojo Jojo, Powerpuff Girls had a lot of great oneshot villains. Steve The Monster is still my favorite. And of course, Aku. But that goes without saying.
edited 14th May '12 2:40:01 AM by KnownUnknown
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Him is definitely a favorite of mine. He absolutely terrified me as a kid. King Ramses also scared the shit out of me, but that's the reason I hate him.
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