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    Anime and Manga 

Gold...prisoners...I don't care about such things. All I wish to see are humans within a fiery apocalypse. Trying to escape. All I wish to hear is the sound of snapping bones crushed under the hooves of horses. I don't even need an excuse. None at all...
The Baron of Koka Castle, Berserk

To put it in the simplest possible terms, our "purpose" is a total absence of purpose! You should be aware, fraulein, that there are some people in this world, some irredeemable louse, for whom the means do not require an end! I speak, of course, of myself.
The Major, Hellsing Ultimate

You want my motivation? Fuck. You. That's my motivation. I make gang members fight to the death and I got scantily clad women to serve me drinks while I watch. Why wouldn't I be doing this?
Scorpion, New Cutey Honey

True evil is often terrifyingly incomprehensible.
Over Justice, Space Patrol Luluco

    Comic Books 

Here's to crime.

Bullseye: I once tracked an Eskimo huntsman across 200 miles of frozen tundra on foot and killed him with an icicle made of my own frozen feces.
Kingpin: Who on earth would hire you to do that?
Bullseye: Nobody. I did that for fun.
Kingpin: You're a madman.
Bullseye: I kill people for a living. What did you expect?

Batman: You took his wife. His unborn child. And his city from him. Why?
Joker: Why? You need a reason? It's probably the same reason I beat that puppy to death with a kitten last week. When the howling and meowing stops, and all you're left with is a mess of fur and blood and brains — well, you can't beat that warm glowing feeling inside.
Batman: This has always been about us. Why did you do this to him?
Joker: Every time you and I play, I lose. I was getting a bit bored of always losing. I thought I'd try this on easy mode for a bit. And it was easy. It was as easy as beating a puppy to death with a kitten. Someone took it all away from you once too, didn't they, Bats? And look what you became — an all-punching, all-kicking little ball of angst. What do you think Superman will become? He's a god who has deluded himself into believing he's a man. What will he turn into?
Batman: There are some things even you can't corrupt, Joker.
Joker: Ha! Oh, Batsy. You're so cute. You honestly think your friend will still be fun to play with?
Batman: He will grieve. But he will stay one of the best men I know.
Joker: No. I think it's going to be a whole lot funnier than that.

Why? Why? Just to see the disappointment on your cornfed, gee-whiz face, Superman. And because a great dark voice on the edge of nothing spoke to me and said you all had to die. There is no why!
The General, JLA #38

Marsh: Why us, goddammit? Why are you doing this stuff to us? You're going to kill us!
Doctor Destiny: Why? Because I can.

Mecha "M" Robotnik: Is there not a more efficient way? Can you not reach your vision in a quicker way?
Eggman: Oh, I'm sure I can. But where would the fun be in that?

Dass Jennir: "Why? Why buy a child just to kill her?"
Dezono Qua: "Because I could. And to eat her, of course. She was delicious."

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    Comic Strips 

Mistress Leevil: Is it evil?
Weggie Rudlin: Oh, absolutely.
Mistress Leevil: I hope so, Weggie, for your sake. [calmly wipes off blood splatter from her face] 'Cause if it's not evil then you know what's gonna happen. And by "happen", I mean you'll be killed or at least seriously injured. So just, you know, just make sure it's evil.

    Fan Fiction 

Jovian: "Why is it that whenever we can't find somebody, your first instinct is to blow up everything around you?"
Jacqueline: "Because it's fun."

First Aid: I won’t betray the Autobots.
Vortex: Oh, you don’t have to. You have the honor of being the core of a new device that will harness your living energy into a weapon that will bring the end of the Autobots once and for all, and usher in a new era of Decepticon rule!
First Aid: You can’t be serious!
Vortex: [beat] No, you’re right, I’m not. I’m really just doing this for the fun of it.

    Film - Animated 

It feels so good to be bad!
So delicious to be a despicable cad!
It's just so thrilling
And so fulfilling
To give somebody the worst time they've ever had!
It feels so good to be bad!

Men who kill without reason cannot be reasoned with!
Stoick the Vast, How to Train Your Dragon 2

    Film - Live-Action 

Greed is for amateurs. Disorder, chaos, anarchy: now that's fun!
Top Dollar, The Crow

Stansfield: Do you like life, sweetheart?
Mathilda: Yes.
Stansfield: That's good. Because I take no pleasure in taking life — if it's from a person who doesn't care about it.

I have a competition in me. I want no one else to succeed.
Daniel Plainview, There Will Be Blood

Superman: Is that how a warped brain like yours gets its kicks? By planning the death of innocent people?
Lex Luthor: No. By causing the death of innocent people.

Alfred: A long time ago, I was in Burma, and my friends and I were working for the local government. They had been trying to buy the loyalty of tribal leaders by bribing them with precious stones, but their caravans were being raided in a forest north of Rangoon by a bandit. So we went out looking for the stones, but in six months, we never met anyone who traded with him. Then, one day, I saw a child playing with a ruby the size of a tangerine. The bandit had been throwing them away.
Bruce: Then why steal them?
Alfred: Because he thought it was great sport! You see, some men aren't looking for anything logical, like money. They can't be bought, bullied, reasoned or negotiated with. Some men just want to watch the world burn.

Harry Callahan: You know, you're crazy if you think you've heard the last of this guy. He's gonna kill again.
District Attorney Rothko: How do you know?
Harry Callahan: 'Cause he likes it.

"Now I'm gonna shut you in again, Wade, not because I need to, because I want to."
Ajax, also known as Francis, tortures Wade Wilson, Deadpool (2016)

I like being bad. It makes me happy.
Eddie Brock, Spider-Man 3

Listen kid, I'm not gonna bullshit you, all right? I don't give a good fuck what you know, or don't know, but I'm gonna torture you anyway, regardless. Not to get information. It's amusing, to me, to torture a cop. You can say anything you want cause I've heard it all before. All you can do is pray for a quick death, which you ain't gonna get.
Mr. Blonde, Reservoir Dogs

What we were after now was the old surprise visit. That was a real kick, and good for laughs and lashings of the old ultra-violence.

I didn't do it for science. I didn't do it for glory. I'm just mean!
Willum, Chopper Chicks in Zombietown

Mommy didn't beat me. Daddy didn't rape me. I'm this way because I am. There's no mystery. Things I do, I do them because I like them! Because I want to!
Machine, 8mm

Kristen: Why are you doing this to us?
Dollface: Because you were home.

Ming: Klytus, I'm bored. What plaything can you offer me today?
Klytus: An obscure body in the S-K system, Your Majesty. The inhabitants refer to it as the planet... Earth.
Ming: How peaceful it looks.
* Ming activates a console that causes natural disasters to ravage the planet, much to Ming and Klytus' amusement.*
Klytus: Most effective, Your Majesty. Will you destroy this, uh, Earth?
Ming: Later. I like to play with things a while... before annihilation.

    Literature 

It is not that I cannot create anything good, but that I will not.

In all Thénardier's outpourings, the words and gestures, the fury blazing in his eyes, this explosion of an evil nature brazenly exposed, the mixture of bravado and abjectness, arrogance, pettiness, rage, absurdity; the hodgepodge of genuine distress, and lying sentiment, the shamelessness of a vicious man rejoicing in viciousness, the bare crudity of an ugly soul — in this eruption of all suffering and hatred there was something which was hideous as evil itself and still as poignant as truth.

The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?

I am not more sure that my soul lives, than I am that perverseness is one of the primitive impulses of the human heart — one of the indivisible primary faculties, or sentiments, which give direction to the character of Man. Who has not, a hundred times, found himself committing a vile or a silly action, for no other reason than because he knows he should not? Have we not a perpetual inclination, in the teeth of our best judgment, to violate that which is Law, merely because we understand it to be such?
Edgar Allan Poe, The Black Cat

"The point?" said Mr. Weasley, with a hollow laugh. "Harry, that's their idea of fun. Half the Muggle killings back when You-Know-Who was in power were done for fun. I suppose they had a few drinks tonight and couldn't resist reminding us that all lots of them are still at large. A nice little reunion for them."''

"Why do you hate us?" I whispered aloud, gasping. "Why do you attack us?"
"Malice is its own reason ... Malice needs no justification."

“What say you, Empress of Praes?
Here you lie upon the blood-soaked ruins of your dominion, surrounded by the corpses of the legions that once swarmed over the world. Hundreds of thousands dead for the sake of your wretched ambition, your mad design to bring to heel the kingdoms of man. In all the history of Creation no one woman has been so wicked as you, and I will have my answer.
Why, o Empress of Ruins?”
She shrugged.
“Why not?”
Last lines of the “The Fall of Empress Triumphant, First and Only of Her Name,” A Practical Guide To Evil

“This plan involves making an enemy of one of the most dangerous men on this continent for no tangible gain,” Anaxares said. “It is not a good plan.”
“Don’t be foolish, advisor,” Kairos said. “Making an enemy of one of the most dangerous men on this continent is the point of the plan, not a side-effect.”

Vihaela: Someone at White Rose once brought me a boy who'd tried to escape. He was quite popular and one of their higher earners, but he'd managed to injure a guard and so Marannis insisted I make an example of him. So I made him beg for me to amputate his body parts, one at a time. Toes first, then fingers. Then his left foot, then his right, then what was left of his hands, then his genitals. When there wasn't anything left of his arms or legs, I started on his face. It's really quite a challenge keeping a body alive when the mind wants so desperately to die. I made him plead quite creatively before agreeing to remove the eyes. I left his tongue for last, but he didn't really have anything to say by then in any case. Once I was done, they brought the other children out to watch and had what was left thrown to the sniffers. You wouldn't believe the sounds it made.
Alex: I don't understand you. Why do you do this?
Vihaela: Why not? I decide how I live. Not the Council. Not other mages. Just me. I can do whatever I like, and this... is what I like.

He did it because he liked it. Still does. Dr Lecter is not crazy in any common way we think of being crazy. He did some hideous things because he enjoyed them. But he can function perfectly when he wants to.
Will Graham, Red Dragon

What he thought of as the black worm couldn't make him do anything against his will. Sure, it could use pain to force him into a certain course of action, but it didn't control him. He still had his own freedom of choice.
No, the reason why Buddy didn't pull the trigger that night was at once simpler and infinitely more complex than mind control. Buddy didn't pull the trigger, because Buddy liked what he was doing. Passing on to others some aspect of the disease that had colonized his own body gave him not only release, but pleasure. He enjoyed it. He relished the sense of power it gave him, the ability to decide who lived and who died. It was godlike.

It was Hugh Farnham, the Monster. Joe McCarthy had got all the contemporary press coverage and had an ism named after him, and Richard Nixon had used the hearings as a springboard into grown-up politics. Even Roy Cohn, the legal eminence grise who had died of AIDs a few years back, was comparatively well-remembered. But Farnham was Something Else. The others were in it for patriotism, self-advancement, megalomania, paranoid self-justification, and financial gain. Halfway through his delicate dissection of Martin Ritt, Anne realized with a dizzying rush of vertigo that Farnham tormented people because it was his idea of fun. It met a need in him he could not slake any other way.

Edie had assumed that Shem Shem Tsien would be occupied with rebuilding his citadel, licking his wounds and looking for another genius.
He did nothing of the kind. Before he had been Khaygul of Addeh Sikkim, she realized, he had been the Opium Khan, master of the heroin trade in Europe and Asia. The nation he had usurped had been little more than an amusement park for him; his own personal Brighton Pier. He had killed his family because they were in the way - not of some great unfulfilled desire, but of a whim.

Magnus: Ratatosk...
Blitz: Yeah. His bark is literally worse than his bite. He... He's the most destructive creature in the World Tree. He spends his time running up and down the trunk, carrying insults from the eagle who lives at the top to Nidhogg, the dragon who lives at the roots.
Magnus: Why would a squirrel do that?
Blitz: To damage the tree. Ratatosk keeps the eagle and the dragon whipped into a frenzy. He tells them lies, rumors, nasty gossip about each other. His words can...well, you know what his words can do. The dragon Nidhogg is always chewing on the roots of the World Tree, trying to kill it. The eagle flaps his wings and creates windstorms that rip the branches and cause devastation throughout the Nine Worlds. Ratatosk makes sure the two monsters stay angry and in competition with each other, to see which one can destroy their end of Yggdrasil faster.
Magnus: But that's...crazy. The squirrel lives in the tree.
Blitz: We all do, kid. People have destructive impulses. Some of us want to see the world in ruins just for the fun of it...even if we're ruined along with it.
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, "The Sword of Summer"

"I was not unacquainted with blood. I am sometimes a coyote, after all. I've killed my share of rabbits and mice. Last winter I killed two men-werewolves. But this death was different. Evil. He hadn't killed her for food, revenge, or self-defense. He'd killed her, and four other people, because he liked it. And I hadn't been able to stop him."
Mercedes "Mercy" Thompson on Cory Littleton, Mercy Thompson : Blood Bound

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    Live-Action TV 

Everything I told you is a lie. This isn't happening to you for a reason...well, one reason: I enjoy it.
The Boy / Ramsay Snow, Game of Thrones

Piper taught me that killing people is way more fun than therapy! So, we made the sheriff and the medical examiner look like idiots, we tortured them with a killing spree they could not stop!
Ghostface / Kieran Wilcox, Scream: The TV Series

I know what it's like to take a life. To feel a future, a world of possibilities, snuffed out by your own hand. I know the power in it. The exhilaration. It was like a drug for me.
Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer ("Consequences")

"Mr. Ewing, this is wrong and it's cruel."
"You have just uttered my two favorite words!"

I enjoy destroying lives. It turns me on.

I see on the news, on the TV, that people question. They question why — why people do this. It's the same reason people do anything, 'cause, 'cause they feel like it, they like the way it feels. When I was a kid, my dog, Poppy, running across the grass. When I hit her, I liked that feeling. That has not changed.
Ben Bradstone, Criminal Minds ("Proof")

I wanna gorge on human blood, not because some fucking Bible tells me too, but because I like it. It's fun. It makes my dick hard!
Russell Edgington, True Blood

Doctor: I still don't see why you want to help them. What can you possibly gain?
The Master: The pleasure of seeing the human race exterminated, Doctor. The human race of which you are so fond. Believe me, that'll be a reward in itself.
Doctor Who, "The Sea Devils"

Osgood: Why would you bother killing me? I'm not even important.
Missy: Oh silly, why does one bother popping a balloon? Because you're pretty.
Doctor Who, "Death in Heaven"

Beastmaster: Destruction sometimes is its own reward.
Angelus: Hey, man, you're preaching to the guy who ate the choir.
Angel

Gwen: I've seen things you would never believe, and this is the only thing I can't understand.
Gwen: Tell me. I need to know why!
Evan: I'll tell you something if you let me whisper.
Gwen: Okay. (leans down)
Evan: 'Cos it made me happy.
Gwen: (wide stare, tears streaming)
Torchwood, "Countrycide"

"What do you want from us? We're evil! EVIIIIIIIIL!!!"
Dr. Forrester and Frank, Mystery Science Theater 3000

Veronica: Okay, so, last year at Spence, my best friend Katy and I kind of terrorized this girl, Paige. One time, we made her drink gutter water.
Kevin: Ew! Why?
Veronica: Because she was there. Because she was a misfit and we were class-A brutal bitches.

"I had every reason to kill the others. They just had no reason to die. They never saw me coming unless I wanted them to see me coming. I could wave at a lady and smile, chew the fat with her in church, knowing I killed her husband. There is something beautiful about that ball of silence at a funeral, all those people around you, knowing that you made it happen."
Serial Killer Lawrence Wells, Hannibal

    Music 

And it's so easy when you're evil!
This is the life, you see,
The devil tips his hat to me!
I do it all because I'm evil,
And I do it all for free,
Your tears are all the pay I'll ever need!
Voltaire, "When You're Evil"

    Podcasts 

Terry Silver: Hey, I LIKE that! I LIKE that, JOHNNY! I'M GONNA USE THAT! HWA HA hAA hAhahAaAAhAAAA!!!
Kevin Murphy: I wished I loved anything as much as he loves being evil.

Do Evil Better.

    Radio 

The Doctor: So you are Elder Gods, am I right?
"Commissar Leonov": You are correct.
The Doctor: Which leads me onto my second question - why destroy the Earth?
"Valentina": Because we can.
The Doctor: Yes, I thought there wouldn't be a good reason. There never is with you: chaos for chaos' sake.

    Theatre 

Once bad — What's the good of turning?
In Hell, I'll be there a-burning
Meanwhile, thing of what I'm earning
All on account of...
My name!

Even now I curse the day—and yet, I think,
Few come within the compass of my curse,
Wherein I did not some notorious ill,
As kill a man, or else devise his death,
Ravish a maid, or plot the way to do it,
Accuse some innocent and forswear myself,
Set deadly enmity between two friends,
Make poor men's cattle break their necks;
Set fire on barns and hay-stacks in the night,
And bid the owners quench them with their tears.
Oft have I digg'd up dead men from their graves,
And set them upright at their dear friends' doors,
Even when their sorrows almost were forgot;
And on their skins, as on the bark of trees,
Have with my knife carved in Roman letters,
'Let not your sorrow die, though I am dead.'
Tut, I have done a thousand dreadful things
As willingly as one would kill a fly,
And nothing grieves me heartily indeed
But that I cannot do ten thousand more.
Aaron, Titus Andronicus

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    Tabletop Games 

"I was old before this world was even born. I watched my brothers rule for a thousand years until little worms like you overcame them. But I am not my brothers. I am older than they are, greater. I have devoured stars and shattered worlds. I have sired whole races, populated entire planes, and then hunted them to extinction for my amusement."

"Destroy, for the sake of Destruction.
Kill, for the sake of Killing."
Unknown Chaos Space Marine, Warhammer 40,000

    Video Games 

Terra: Just stop! None of this makes any sense!
Kefka: Mwhehehe! Destruction isn't supposed to make sense! It's only fun when it's senseless!

Asahi: You could've taken the sword without attacking the forest. Why'd you do it?
Titan: I don't need a reason. It was in my way.
Asahi: You burned down the fairies' home for fun? You're a monster.
Titan: Like I care what you think. The will of the Divine Powers is law. Know your place.

Frank Horrigan: Now, you're going to die.
Matt: Killing me will stop nothing.
Frank Horrigan: That may be true, but seeing your body rotting on the floor will bring a smile to my face.

"What other people called happiness did not bring me any joy."
Kotomine Kirei, Fate/stay night

Princess Peach: We never did anything to you! Why are you keeping us prisoner?
Wizardheimer: Because I'm an evil Koopa wizard! I don't need a reason to be mean and nasty! It's my nature!

Well all right then, Slick. Yes. I turned all the villagers into pigs. Big deal. [...] You know, they're all so depressing and boring and dimwitted all the time... so instead of wallowing in gloom, I figured they might as well wallow in mud! HA! How brilliant is THAT? Now they're pigs, get it? Isn't that just soooo perfect? It's like irony, or something.

Rivers of blood... Mountains of flesh! A glorious world of pain! Feeble humans, crushed like the insects that they are!

Coco Bandicoot: Cortex, why do you keep doing stuff like this?
Doctor Neo Cortex: Well, actually, it's pretty fun! You should try it! You know, riding around in huge, rumbling machines and what-not... very stimulating!

"I killed a man named Smith because I am an evil human being. Isn't that enough?"
Kristoph Gavin, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney

MURDER! DEATH! KILL! MURDER! DEATH! KILL! AHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
Lilarcor, Baldur's Gate

I had reasons deeper than the deepest ocean! - That was a fuckin' lie! I had no such reasons!

Pit: I get what Viridi has against Hades. He's destructive and evil. But what does Hades have against Viridi?
Palutena: I think you answered your own question. Destruction is fun for him.
Hades: Well, five points for the squares! It's true. This is just my idea of a good time.

I killed them because I could! Because it was fun! Do you know what it's like to determine another man's fate? And did you see the way the people cheered? The way they feared me? I was like a god! You'd have done the same if you could! Such power!
Majd Addin, Assassin's Creed I

Jacob Fry: Why did you do it? All of it?
Maxwell Roth: What? Snap a baby crow's neck between my thumb and forefinger? Slice to bits the ones you deem "innocent"? Keep the world in its divine manic state? For the same reason I do anything-why not?

Hakumen: Terumi! Why must you repeat the mistakes of the past? What possible purpose could explain all this?
Terumi: Huh? Purpose? Ahahahahaha! Oh, you are a laugh riot! Ahahahahahahahaha! *gasping for breath* Ahahahahahahahaha! C'mon, you know me better than that 'old buddy!' Surely you don't mean to imply I need a reason to destroy and manipulate and kill!? OK, all right, fine! How about this reason? Seems as good as any. I do all the wonderful things I do because I want to see the miserable look on the faces of people like YOU when you're wallowing in despair, dismay, grief, frustration, misery... all sorts of other unpleasant nouns. [...] I guess you could say I'm just bored. At least misery is interesting.

Oh, so you don't like needless bloodshed, Lt. Jaggar? Well that's too bad. I do enjoy needless bloodshed. Especially from the innocents.

[upon discovering that Adachi was behind the murders and kidnappings throughout the game]
Yukiko: Why? What reasons could you have for doing that?!
Adachi: [chuckles] Reasons? None, really. I could do it, that's all. And it was fun... I guess that's my reason?

"You have no desire for revenge. You only crave destruction. Your only lust is to fuel Iblis until there is nothing left of time itself!"
Shadow to Mephiles the Dark, Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)

The revenant is cunning. They stalk and observe their targets, and are rarely in a rush. They patiently enjoy toying with their prey. They take pleasure in trickery, using emotional deception to provoke their targets to take risks. The abduction of children, destruction of homes, and violence against loved ones are among their favourite lures. And for all of this, they do not seem to have any greater plan or intelligent design. Suffering is its own reward.
The Buzzing, The Secret World

Pearl: Why would you do something so wrong...?
Matt Engarde: Because I'm a grown-up, and I can. Good enough for you, little girl?
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice For All

The Lone Wanderer: Why are you doing all of this?
Stanislaus Braun: [in a child's voice] Because I can, of course. [in his own voice] I have total power here. I may do whatever I wish, and over these many years I have found that I wish to see others suffer.

And what is this path, this meaning, this purpose, to which we gather the skulls of our foes?
It is nothing. There is no meaning, no purpose. We murder. We kill, it is mindless savagery, this
universe is mindless!
In mere hours, billions will die, innocent, guilty, strong and weak, honest and deceitful,
ALL OF THEM!
They will scream, they will
burn'', and for no purpose, but that mighty Khorne may revel in their bloodshed.

And united, in this void, of purpose, fear, or duty, we, shall at long last, be FREE!

BLOOD! FOR THE BLOOD GOD!

SKULLS! FOR THE SKULL THRONE!

LET! THE GALAXY! BURNNNNNNN!!!!!!
Chapter Master Azariah Kyras before his ascension to daemon princehood, Dawn Of War II: Retribution

    Webcomics 

Axel: Zex, I'll play it straight with you. I need your help financing the wedding.
Zexion: And I want to help you... why?
Axel: Because you'll get to abuse your political power just to prove you can.

Someone had opened a nether gate within the city. Who and why we'll never know. The situation was already so dire before this point it fails me to think of a reason behind such actions. As if someone could possibly want to haste the end of everything for no other purpose than the end itself.
Drowtales side story, "Thalamani"

"I. Like. To. Kill. Things. How is that not clear by now?"

Cueball: How did you spend your morning?
Black Hat: Feeding rocks to children in the park.
Cueball: Your sociopathic abuse of random strangers staggers me.
Black hat: I aspire to have more creativity than the common asshole.
xkcd

    Web Animation 

Comparisons to Bioshock are as inevitable as a bear shitting on a Catholic (or however that phrase goes), and under that light Infinite falls kinda short. What's disappointing is that the villain is basically just a racist nutter who wants to blow up the world. I listen to him frothing about how his carpet made of black people should be grateful he hasn't trod in any dog shit lately, and he becomes hard to take seriously. The truly great villain is one who talks sense! Andrew Ryan had some weird ideas about "sweat ownership," but he was articulate, dangerously intelligent, and wouldn't let someone like Comstock run the fucking hot tap!

    Web Original 

My pet theory is that — being foiled twice by Bond — Blofeld has gone completely and utterly insane, thus explaining all the ridiculous campness of the film. He’s decided that having a vaguely realistic goal and a reasonable method of achieving it (if you call a spaceship-eating machine reasonable) just isn’t for him. And instead he’s going to go nuts. There’s also the possibility that Bond actually killed the real Blofeld at some point and the man who currently looks like Blofeld was the most mentally unstable of the doubles. Or he’s pretty much figured out that Bond is always going to foil him, and has decided to just go along for the ride (“I do enjoy our little visits, Mr. Bond,” he concedes at one point, acknowledging that the end result is never in his favour). No matter which way you look at it, this iteration of Blofeld is one of the most ridiculous bad guys in the franchise’s long history – he makes Drax from Moonraker seem sane.

The first character introduced is Max Menken, played by Kenneth Mars. He looks up at the camera and says 'I hate Superman; big showoff'. That's right, the first real line of dialogue in a Superman movie is 'I hate Superman'...Max also comments that anyone without a last name must be 'kind of weird' and that Superman is pushy.
Review of It's a Bird, it's a Plane, it's Superman!

Apparently Charles is enough of a bastard he is not content with screwing up Helen's life but will not pay to keep her mother in the home. Can we just admit it here? Charles is Hitler reincarnated. All he needs to do is grow a small Chaplin mustache and make skin lamps and the picture will be complete. Subtlety movie! I need subtlety!

Let me put it this way: If Team Avolition goes to a minecraft server, which do you think they are more likely to grief(assuming they can't grief both): A random dirt newb house out in the middle of nowhere, or the ULTIMATE DIAMOND BLOCK SUPER-SPIRE displayed in the creation museum that someone worked many long hours to build?"
TT2000, on the Godmodder, in Destroy the Godmodder

Firstly, we meet a vigilante paedo-priest, and then kiddy-fiddler #3, who’s identified when he’s clocked by Gyllenhaal lecherously caressing a stuffed rabbit at a candlelight vigil. It’s such a pantomimey, Lifetime Movies reveal, that you’re one close-up away from a drool-slavered chin and leaky boner-tent.

Barnett barely seems to want to conceal his guilt in the flashbacks to his hearing – he sits nonchalantly, sipping water and smiling as his crimes are listed. Just in case we didn’t get the idea that he is evil. In the present day he’s like some mad Doctor Who villain spouting out lines like ‘oh you’re the dead man, Mul-derrr…’ Every time he calls Mulder up he sounds like he is ringing a sex chat line…sighing and groaning with pleasure.
Joe Ford on The X-Files, "Beyond the Sea"

Yes! Make this cat suffer for no goddamn reason other than that I THINK IT'S FUNNY!
Tiger's Eye, in Shadowjack's take on Episode 133 of Sailor Moon.

Exdeath is Final Fantasy V's primary antagonist, and a rather blatant attempt on Square's part to engineer a Golbez 2.0. His origins are murky: he is referred to as a Dark Mage, but he's actually...well, a tree. His ultimate goal is to unleash and control the power of the Void because he's an evil tree. Most of his time onscreen is spent gloating, blowing stuff up, tying moogles to train tracks, and twirling his long, black mustache while demanding the poor sobbing heroine PAY THE RENT. Yeah, he's pretty one-dimensional.

On the other hand I'm getting quite sick to all those "they're just misunderstood" trend in fiction. Sometimes the dude trying to kill all life by bringing in eternal winter IS just a huge cunt.
ryuan, on the White Walkers

Yugi: Ask yourself: what would killing me accomplish?
Melvin: Other than making me laugh like a maniac, not much. But it's enough.

Felix: God, I just really want to savor this. You know, once the feds and rebels kill each other, I don't know what I'm gonna do. I mean, we've been playing these guys for years. How do you just walk away from something like that?
Tucker: What happened to retirement?
Felix: Oh, well, yeah I'll be filthy stinking rich. But I'm still in my prime. There's so much more I could do.
Felix trying to kill Tucker, Red vs. Blue, Season 12, episode 18, "Fed vs. New"

"At the end of the day, if I'm stronger than you, and if I'm faster than you, then I can kill you. And that's better than anything money can buy."
Felix, Red vs. Blue, Season 12, episode 18, "Fed vs. New"

    Web Video 

Nerd: The plot of the game is that rebels have gone back in time, taken famous historical figures, and put them in different time periods. Who are these "time rebels" and why do they wanna do this?? Well, guess what: They're never referred to again. Yeah. They're just for your imagination. (thought bubble appears over James' head)

Future Punk #1: Maaan, wouldn't it be funny if we put Thomas Edison in ancient Egypt?
Future Punk #2: Hehe! How 'bout Galileo in the Jurassic period?
Future Punk #1: (cackles) We're assholes!

Pat: Kell informs Duncan that because he killed Connor, he's now inherited Connor's curse.
Spoony: Great, he'll have a creepy bald guy whispering at him throughout the years.
Pat: Can't Kell just get a hobby or something? Parcheesi? A stamp collection?

    Western Animation 

It's fun to do bad things.
Lamilton Taeshawn, The Boondocks

Evil is just so much more profitable than good — and more fun!
Warp Darkmatter, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins

Dr. Polaris: You gonna wash your hands?
The Flash in the body of Lex Luthor: No. 'Cuz I'm evil.
Justice League Unlimited

Tonight we unveil my most diabolical creation. Swank. Ten times more addictive than marijuana. To human misery!

    Real Life 

Iago's soliloquy, the motive-hunting of a motiveless malignity — how awful it is!

When you're playing a character of solid blackness, that in itself is very interesting, in the sense that you have no other motivation other than the accumulation of power. It's not so much about not having a moral center, it's just that the only thing that mattered is increasing power.
Ian McDiarmid on playing Palpatine

I became evil for no reason. I had no motive for my wickedness except wickedness itself. It was foul, and I loved it. I loved the self-destruction, I loved my fall, not the object for which I had fallen but my fall itself. My depraved soul leaped down from your firmament to ruin. I was seeking not to gain anything by shameful means, but shame for its own sake.
Saint Augustine

To see others suffer does one good, to make others suffer even more: this is a hard saying but an ancient, mighty, human, all-too-human principle... Without cruelty there is no festival.
Friedrich Nietzsche, On the Genealogy of Morals

The pleasure in complete domination over another person (or other animate creature) is the very essence of the sadistic drive. Another way of formulating the same thought is to say that the aim of sadism is to transform man into a thing, something animate into something inanimate, since by complete and absolute control the living loses one essential quality of life — freedom.
Erich Fromm

The task of carrying out violence, of killing, leads to perversion. The seductiveness of violence, the fascination with the grotesque—the Bible calls it 'the lust of the eye'—the god-like empowerment over other human lives the drag of war combined, like the ecstasy of erotic love, to let our senses command our bodies. Killing unleashing within us dark undercurrents that see us desecrate and whip ourselves into greater orgies or destruction.
Chris Hedges, War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning

I lost track of time because I was enjoying myself so much... It made me feel powerful. It was better than any drug I'd ever had, the high, the rush I was getting.
Arron Streets, convicted thrill-killer

"Why did you kill everybody in the house?"
"They was home!"
Richard Pryor, describing an encounter with an inmate at Arizona State Prison while filming Stir Crazy

"I wanted to do it because it's fun. It's fun to do bad things."
Latarian Milton, after being asked why he stole his grandmother's car and took it for a joyride.


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