1 Char Aznable (Gundam)
Char Aznable (Gundam) is one of Gundam's most iconic characters, often overshadowing Amuro's popularity. Char also appeared as the most popular male anime character in Animage's Anime Grand Prix poll as well as in several other polls highlighting his popularity in Gundam. Char's role in the original is often praised alongside the rivalry with Amuro.
Char is one of the most feared pilots of the Principality of Zeon. During the first battle at Loum, Char was able to destroy five Federation Salamis-class ships on his own. Char has been awarded the title of "Red Comet" for his fast movements and his red Zaku II. Char's true intention was to kill all members of the Zabi family for killing his father, the original leader of Zeon, Zeon Zum Deikun.
Char watched the White Base crew during the One Year War, UC 0079. Char met Amuro many times and participated in many of the most epic battles in the history of Mobile Suit warfare. During the One Year War, Char used a lot of Mobile Suits, only 1 of which was not Red. The MSs that Char used were (in this order): Zaku II, Z'Gok, Gelgoog and Zeong. In the novel, Char also uses a red Rick Dom.
After the war between Zeon and the Federation, Char joined the AEUG, under the name Quattro Bajeena, to help them liberate the oppressed colonies from the Titans. In the AEUG, Char is a guide, commander, and later leader of the AEUG following the assassination of the former leader. Char's mobile suits during his time as Lieutenant Quattro are Gundam psuedo, Hyaku Shiki, and before that, Rick Dias (painted red).
Char then took command of the remaining Zeon troops who were reforming them into the new Neo Neo to take his father's place and complete what his father had started. During this period of his life, Char drove the novice mobile suit, Sazabi (and in the novel, Nightingale), back to the red tones he is famous for.
An insidious killer and master Nen user, Hisoka is driven by a desire to find and destroy strong opponents. Whether childish or master criminal, Hisoka will pursue them to the ends of the earth with a bloodline on par with a wild predator.
Likewise, Hisoka doesn't care what happens to himself or others in this pursuit. Massive civilian casualties, loss of allies or even loss of his own limbs, as long as Hisoka can fight someone to test his limits.
As a result, Hisoka became the embodiment of chaos, destruction and leaving a mountain of corpses behind. Hisoka may not be a final anime villain (last boss), but Hisoka is undeniably a villain full of fun in anime.
3 Gendo Ikari (Evangelion Series)
Gendo Ikari is Shinji Ikari's father and the Commander of NERV. He played a key role in the research and development of the Missionary Project and the Human Tools Project.
Gendo abandoned his son, Shinji, when he was a toddler and throughout the series, Gendo is uncaring, aloof, and harsh towards Shinji. In the movie, The End of Evangelion, Gendo and Rei are in Middle Dogma in front of Lilith. Gendo asks Rei to take down AT Field so he can see his late wife Yui again.
Rei is said to be created from some part of Yui, and when her AT field is lowered, she and Gendo will dissolve into the "soup of life" (or "primordial goo") that combines Gendo with Yui fragments . Rei denies Gendo saying, "I won't be your puppet" and cuts part of Gendo's hand into her body.
Despite wanting to be reunited with his wife, Gendo is in a relationship with Naoko Akagi, the developer of the Magi, and her daughter Ritsuko Akagi, the chief scientist of NERV. There is no love in these relationships and Gendo only does it to get their favor or to keep them a secret.
4 Bryan Hawk (Hajime no Ippo: Rising)
Bryan Hawk is a former WBC Junior middleweight champion. Hawk plays main antagonist in New Challenger, in which Hawk battled Takamura Mamoru in his first WBC Junior Middlekg championship defense.
Growing up in the slums of New York gave Hawk "survival of the strongest view" of the world around him. Hawk is a natural street brawler and exhibits one of the more bloodthirsty antagonistic attitudes in the series. When suppressed, Hawk displays an ecstatic love of violence and killing characterized by sudden 'burning' in his body, violence or constant sex with women. Impulsive and judgmental, Hawk likes to provoke others and underestimates Japanese boxers.
Hawk's long winning streak against boxers gave Hawk a most arrogant and ignorant personality. During the WBC Junior Middlekg Championship press conference in Tokyo, Japan, Hawk publicly stated his willingness to give genes to Japanese women (whom Hawk calls a 'delicious treat') for Japan to breed strong enough boxers to surpass him. Hawk is famous for his outspoken attitude towards boxing and is known to barely practice before fights.
Only interested in women and the time Hawk spent with them, Hawk had a group of female fans known as the Hawk Girls who clung to him during his visit to Japan. Hawk purposely pulled out a fight with a Japanese boxer longer to wait for his Hawk Girl to arrive, then left the fighter in a bloody mess only seconds later when he realized that the fan His has arrived.
5 Eren Yeager – Attack on Titan
Eren is a more interesting case. In the beginning, there was no doubt that Eren was a righteous hero and that the Titans were a threat to humanity. But over time, Eren's drive to be free turns him into a criminal, which could lead to the total destruction of life beyond Paradis Island if left unchecked.
6 Frieza (Dragon Ball Z)
A space tyrant embodying the Shonen Power Creep concept, Frieza made her mark as the villain reality of the Dragon Ball universe time and time again.
Armed with legions and an almost unparalleled potential to become even stronger, this evil alien emperor has revealed what it takes to prove his strength. Frieza crushes the strongest warriors of a planet for entertainment and destroys civilizations on a regular basis. Blessed with natural strength and a talent to grow, Frieza easily knocks out almost any enemy Frieza encounters, transforming and becoming more powerful in her spare time.
No one has any hope of defeating Frieza until he meets the Z Warriors. Frieza is then caught up in an unending struggle against them to regain his upper hand. Frieza continues to spread her monstrous influence across the galaxy while this is happening, it's no surprise that Frieza remains the series' worst threat and a best anime villains.
7 Griffith (Berserk)
Griffith is main antagonist by Berserk. Griffith is the founder and leader of the army of mercenaries known as the Band of the Hawk. As a mercenary, Griffith fought in the Hundred Years' War and restored peace to the wartime kingdom of Midland and was once a close friend and ally of Guts.
However, after being tortured, Griffith used the eclipse to sacrifice his entire army and was later reincarnated as Femto, the fifth, newest, and final member of the God Hand. Griffith is Guts and Casca's sworn enemy.
8 Mother Isabella (The Promised Neverland)
Promise Neverland's Isabella may not have the lifespan of the anime villains other on this list, but Isabella has managed to make a lot of impact during her existence.
Superintendent of Grace Field House, Isabella cares for and nurtures some of the Demon World's most valuable livestock children. Isabella does so by treating the children in her care with an idyllic life full of love and affection, all while keeping the children ignorant of the truth of existence. their.
If any child knew the truth, Isabella deceived and tortured them with mind games and, when necessary, physical violence, all that Isabella considered true love due to her upbringing. mine. Growing up as a cattle child, Isabella never imagined a better life and was defeated to accept her fate. It was tragedy for sure and made Isabella in the top 20 is the villain of this list.
9 Uchiha Madara (Naruto Shippuden)
Madara Uchiha is the legendary leader of the Uchiha clan. Madara founded Konoha with his rival, Hashirama Senju, with the intention of starting an era of peace. But when the two could not agree on how to achieve that peace, they fought for control of Konoha, a conflict that ended in Madara's death. However, Madara rewrote his own death and went into hiding to execute his own plan.
Unable to complete before his death, Madara entrusted his knowledge and plans to Obito Uchiha just before his actual death. Years later, during the Fourth Shinobi World War, Madara was resurrected, only to find his plan failed because he was just a puppet in the hands of others.
10 Gilgamesh (Fate Series)
In the Holy Grail war fought by heroes of legend, Gilgamesh certainly makes legendary villains mixed in it. An ancient king who wanted everything he could possibly have, Gilgamesh was driven by his own greed and self-interest at any given moment.
Worse still, Gilgamesh is much stronger than most of the other opponents in the fight. Able to summon weapons from his inventory, Gilgamesh can slam death in a bloody, instantaneous destructive storm. As a result, the life-or-death struggle that everyone else saw was just a back-and-forth distraction for Gilgamesh. Instead, Gilgamesh took his time and enjoyed the battle, confident that he would come out on top.
This led to Gilgamesh's eventual downfall, but until then it's hard not to believe that Gilgamesh will be free of his arrogance. Gilgamesh is a strength anime villain overwhelming and an almost invincible force.
11 Nine – Terror in Resonance
The character Nine in Terror in Resonance has understandable motives and he doesn't really want his bomb to kill people. On the other hand, he wants to realize his motives by masterminding the bombing acts in Japan. Even after this last act, the damage this protagonist has done to Japan is enormous and it will take time for the country to recover from its effects.
12 Younger Toguro (Yu Yu Hakusho)
For Younger Toguro, all that matters most is strength. An unmatched martial artist and demon hunter in his youth, Toguro was exhausted by his fear of growing old and weak from living longer.
This prompted Toguro's decision to betray humanity and desire immortality and eternal youth from the demons, joining the ranks he once despised and hunted. The years that followed were years of terror and torment, Toguro's strength could not be compared with all he encountered. Humans and demons both fell into Toguro's hands, all as he reveled in his eternal power.
To be sure, Toguro's motivation is a bit underexposed compared to the villain other. As others seek to destroy the world, Toguro tackles worthy opponents, often ignoring those he defeats in the hope that they will become stronger.
However, this made Toguro even more enthralled a villain. Toguro's motivations are clear, Toguro's goals are understandable and Toguro's threat is undeniable. Toguro is a near-perfect foe for the series' main characters, an obstacle to their progress, a harbinger of their own weaknesses and insecurities, and a warning. about what can happen to anyone if they are scared.
13 Light Yagami (Death Note)
A young man with a genius mind, Light stumbles across the Death Note and quickly realizes his power to kill anyone through this small notebook. Instead of escaping this horror, Light hatches a plan to kill everyone he considers criminals, becoming the ruler and god of the new world he created.
It's a good idea on paper - but in practice, this ambition quickly derails Light's former self. In addition to criminals, Light also manipulates and kills most of the people around him that he considers a threat. The police, the investigator and even his family became victims of his own plot.
The worst part is that, even after Light was deposed for his crimes, Light was still idolized by some people around the world for his actions, making Light a man of worship long after. died.
14 Annie Leonhart (Attack on Titan)
The first villain of the Attack on Titan series, Annie Leonhart introduces a new type of threat far more terrifying than the ferocious Titans.
A dual agent sent into the walls with the mission to wipe out humanity, Annie has the ability to become a giant herself and use her powers to destroy the walls. Especially with Annie's human intelligence even when transformed, Annie can see through their strategies to smash, skewer, and slaughter anything that comes her way without a plan or armor.
Outside of her Titan form, Annie is terrifying. Armed with hand-to-hand combat training from her father and special skills with the ODM Gear, Annie is able to kill her enemies before they realize she's a double agent.
Even so, Annie remained indifferent to all. Granted, Annie has good reason – her actions have killed thousands, and Annie has been told so since she was young – but that would make Annie appear even more heartless. Annie was eventually defeated by the humans and forced to seal herself in a carbon crystal, but even now Annie stands in a higher place with the other villains in anime.
15 Nana Hiiragi – Talentless Nana
Although the main character looks harmless at first, Nana Hiiragi is actually sent to kill the superpowered people at her school. Some of Nana's victims even felt like good people who unfortunately had to die. But is Nana, from the main character villain diverging into a real hero as the story goes on?
16 Ryou Asuka (Devilman Crybaby)
Caring only for Akira and driven by his own self-interest, Ryo revels in manipulating, killing, and hurting others because that's what he wants and thinks is right.
Ryo is Satan and desires nothing more than the extinction of mankind. Ryo is total evil. It is not until after Ryo succeeds that Ryo realizes that Akira means more to him than this goal. Not only that, but Ryo was punished by God to resurrect the eternal mistake, repeatedly resurrected, and set to repeat the same mistake.
Tragically, to say the least, Ryo seems a little hopeless in his endeavors, Ryo certainly an unforgettable symbol of evil.
17 Bondrewd (Made in Abyss)
Bondrewd "The Novel", also known as "The Lord of Dawn", "The Sovereign of Dawn", was a lover of the legendary White Whistle who made many wonderful discoveries about the secrets of the Dawn. Abyss . A researcher fascinated by the Abyss, he often resorted to illegal and ethically questionable means to obtain money and conduct his research, including selling illegal items, developing dangerous drugs and even human trials.
Bondrewd's method went against all human moral principles, but Bondrewd was allowed to continue because of his outstanding results. Ten years ago, Bondrewd did the unthinkable by establishing a large base called Idofront in the deepest part of the 5th floor of the Abyss, as well as securing a route to the impossible 6th layer. violate .
Despite being the most "evil" in the traditional sense, Bondrewd treats both his victims and enemies with respect. Bondrewd maintained this personality in his experiments, and even in battles. Bondrewd truly loves the children he raises, although Bondrewd's plans for them may not be entirely fair or kind.
18 Dio Brando (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure)
Originally the son of a shameless criminal, Dio Brando was raised by one core belief: Do whatever it takes to ensure your own survival. Adhering to this creed, Dio lives only for himself, stealing, killing, and doing whatever it takes to get ahead.
In the first few episodes of the anime, Dio throws a dog into a furnace, poisons his adoptive father for his inheritance and nearly unleashes a horde of vampires onto 19th century England to further his own ambitions. .
And that's just the beginning of the series. Using his vampire powers, Dio survives generations and poses a new threat to the world more than a century later; and, while Dio is there, unleash the power of the world.
Really, Dio's only downfall is always being overconfident. Instead of trading with the Joestars and their allies at once, Dio is always caught up in the stages of his conspiracy and paying a heavy price.
However, when Dio becomes the center of the shoulder villain of the series, it's hard not to be mesmerized by his antics and sense of irrational ambition.
19 Tanya Degurechaff – Saga of Tanya the Evil
A dead businessman was reincarnated by "Entity X" into an orphan girl - Tanya Degurechaff in another world. According to entity X, if Tanya does not die normally or lacks faith, her soul will leave the cycle of reincarnation and be sent to hell for the crimes Tanya committed in her previous life.
In order to hide, Tanya decides to join the empire's Mage Squad and join the war, hoping to gain a high score to live far from the front lines, and this way to reduce risk of being killed. Though he has the voice of a little girl, Tanya soon becomes an evil soldier who prioritizes her effectiveness and career above everything else, even the lives of her subordinates, especially especially those who made her angry.
20 John Liebert
Johan Liebert is a true “monster” and is main antagonist of the series. Although he is often referred to as "Johan Liebert", Johan is not his real name, but one of many identities Johan used throughout his life. Johan is the twin brother of Anna Liebert.
Johan was shot in the head when he was young, but was operated on by Doctor Kenzo Tenma and saved from death. For this, Johan is very grateful to Dr. Tenma. Johan spent many parts of his life in different locations under different aliases and possessed an extraordinary degree of charisma and intelligence. Johan uses his gifts to manipulate and corrupt others, often with no apparent outcome other than causing suffering and destruction. Johan's original goal, as Johan claimed in his youth, was to be the last man standing at the end of the world.
21 All for One (My Hero Academia)
Blessed to steal anyone's superpower and use it as his own, All for One used his ability to take over the world and establish a near-impossible regime.
Then, All for One maintains it with its sharp intellect, defeating opponents with devious plans.
Innocent people have been killed or left to live in fear, all while the world is plunged into chaos almost every thought cannot be explained. If it weren't for All Might's efforts, no one would be. can beat him.
22 Aizen (Bleach)
Aizen is the former captain of the 5th Division in the Gotei 13 and is Bleach's main antagonist. His lieutenant was originally Gin Ichimaru, who was succeeded by Momo Hinamori following the aforementioned promotion to Team 3 captain.
After deserting from Soul Society, Aizen and his accomplices Gin and 7 Kaname Division captains migrated to Hueco Mundo where he raised an army of arrancars using Hogyoku he stole from Kisuke Urahara. Aizen is often revered by Bleach fans and critics as one of the best villain, the most unexpected in anime and manga.
King Bradley is a main antagonist in the manga series Fullmetal Alchemist , and its second anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood . Bradley first appears as the somewhat happy, blessed ruler of the country Amestris, but is later revealed to be one of seven Homunculi created by the mysterious person known as the Father. Bradley's entire life was devised to be able to rule Amestris on behalf of his Father, to help him carry out his plan.
Despite being a ruthless warrior and ruler, who openly despised the concepts of God and divine punishment, with no regard for the lives of those he was tasked with slaughtering (such as the the Ishvalan clan and their leader), but Bradley's goofy personality isn't quite made up.
Bradley often complained that his entire existence was boring, claiming that it was entirely decided by others and staged without disturbance. As such, Bradley has a distinct fondness for the unpredictable, and Bradley loves when he can make decisive choices, like when Bradley decides to die in a fight.
24 Shogo Makishima (Psycho-Pass)
Shogo Makishima is main antagonist of the first season of the Psycho-Pass animated series. Shogo is a mysterious criminal, undetectable by the Sibyl System, and Shinya Kogami's enemy. Shogo's wish is for everyone to be free from Sibyl, as Shogo believes that makes humanity a mere "sheep", without independent thinking.
Shogo is a humanist who hopelessly loves cruelty, barbarism and all the worst aspects of human nature and has no sense of suffering when watching others suffer. suffering. He has shown great insight into philosophy and science and enjoys reading the works of notable philosophers throughout history, but will occasionally quote Gulliver's rare traveling quote to keep everything interesting. He did the same with other less notable literary forms such as the bible.
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