Prince Zarbon, 38, Male
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All-time favorite characters in the universe and all within are Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui from Dragon Ball Z.

I am also a huge fan of Brendan Filone, Matthew Bevilaqua, and Sean Gismonte from The Sopranos; Ronald Barlog, Richie Hanlon, and Nikolai Stanislofsky from Oz; Margos Dezerian from the Shield; Darth Maul, Grand Moff Tarkin, and Darth Sidious from Star Wars; Reptile from Mortal Kombat; Carnage from Marvel's Spider-Man; Two-Face from DC's Batman; Paladin Alexander Anderson from Hellsing; Shou Tucker from Fullmetal Alchemist; Larry Purvis from Alien series; Moe Greene from Godfather series; Machira & Benge from Vampire Hunter D; Gama from Yu Yu Hakusho; etc.

My favorite characters consist entirely of villains and victims. Zarbon is my ultimate favorite character of all time from Dragonball Z, and from everything else in the universe for that matter.

1. Zarbon (Dragon Ball Z/Anime) - Ultimately, my most favorite character in the entire series due to being elegant, handsome, militaristic, ruthless, brutal, having serious mannerism, dying loyally, and having an exquisite reptilian design. These qualities all play a contributing factor; The role he portrays and his development are my favorite, that of Frieza's elite Commander-General and close henchman and adviser. The fact that he suggests to eradicate the Saiyan race is a brilliant idea and adds to my love for him. My great love stems from the brutal villainy and brutally grotesque demise... the great portrayal of emotions such as fear and cowardice when on bottom but brutal and extremely wicked when on top. The character of Zarbon is the pure definition of the beauty and the beast, he is the personification of the brutish demonic monster within and the ever-elegant warrior, mysterious and deadly... due to his brutal characteristic being entombed along with his magnificent stature. He's an emotional villain with double persona and greatly layered with dastardly deeds that come back to extinguish his flame. Zarbon's beat-down of Vegeta is my favorite scene in the series, especially the repeated headbutt combination he unleashes, relentlessly annihilating Vegeta's face. Also, I prefer Zarbon's transformation by a long margin to the other transformations in the series. I like both his forms because they make him who he is, sadistic and brutal whilst handsome and mysterious. Elegant yet deadly... he's the beauty who hides a dormant beast. He has the most vivid execution scene, extremely gruesome and satisfying... and the method of execution was displayed brilliantly. Due to my love of aliens and demonic characters, Zarbon's reptilian ancestry and dynamic blue-skin adds furthermore to his sustained personality. Not only designed beautifully and having an appealing appearance, he also perishes in a powerful manner and very brutally. I prefer characters who die in a memorable way as opposed to those who live throughout the entire series. Those who captivate the screen in a shorter amount of time do a better job for me than those who last forever, because through a suspenseful demise... they live forever, surpassing the mortal coil of the norm. Still, he's my favorite character due to affiliation, design, actual villainy, and intricate detail.

2. Reptile (Mortal Kombat/Video Games) - Reptile is hands down my favorite character in the entire MK series. He has the best fight in the movie universe and has some of the most compelling moves in the games; acid spit, reptilian beast form, invisibility, and all the most slippery, swift, and animal-oriented beastly movements. He's by far the best of the ninjas in terms of storyline (his race and background as well as loyalty to the main villains) and his service as a top General/Henchman goes hand in hand with his evil persona. Best character ever in MK.

3. Carnage (Spider-Man/Marvel) - Best villain for various reasons. First and foremost, because he's an actual villain and not an anti-hero. Additionally, he holds no sentimental attachments but rather, a strong feral mind-scape and philosophy of spreading chaos and brutality. His sheer ferocious behavior coupled with his mental psychological warfare make him the Joker of the Spider-Man universe. Furthermore, he's more sinister and cunning than meets the eye. When a psycho-analysis of his mind is attempted in "Mind Bomb," he portrays how he sees the world, a sight of grisly yet honest reality. And this perception kills the examiner. By far the most powerfully compelling and dramatically captivating villain. If all that isn't enough, he's got a fundamentally awesome design and fighting maneuvers.

4. Two-Face (Batman/DC) - Best villain from the DC universe for his psychological torment and the great schizophrenic struggle endured by his own duality and the conundrum of his existence. By far the deepest and best designed villain as well due to the scarred visage playing a dynamic role in his elegant and handsome side being a clever camouflage to his grisly and deadly side. Also, a powerhouse of a character due to the epitome of the madman within, a white knight who turned to a wicked persona worse than those he locked up, and the pure definition of justice with the toss of a coin... Fair, and without a shred of emotion. Best hands down.

5. Darth Maul (Star Wars/Sci-Fi) - Everyone has a favorite Star Wars flick for their own reason. Mine is simple for preferring Episode I to the rest; I enormously enjoyed the character of Darth Maul, performed by expert martial artist Ray Park, who had the best fight scene in all Star Wars history with his exquisite back-flips and astonishingly awesome posture as a gallant warrior, ruthless, yet elegant. He was the lone powerhouse in this flick. I also enjoyed the honorable Qui-Gon's eventual brilliant demise at the hands of the awesome Darth Maul, who slayed him with unflinching nerve, turning to take down his next opponent in a fierce thunderous rage, striking like lightning, yet remaining collected and calm as the flow of water; maintaining his physical composure as an expert martial artist. Due to this movie, Lord Maul quickly became my favorite Star Wars character and had one of the all-time greatest fight scenes and entrances in movie history. I always did prefer actual combat skills in a villain as opposed to screen time, so this was a great example of portraying that actions do indeed speak louder than words. Maul is by far the greatest villain in the history of the series and movies in terms of actual design, mannerism, mystery, and overall enigma (the only other villain who even comes close to this sinister behavior is Sidious himself, whom I also enjoyed greatly). Aside from the beautiful design of Maul's character (and the fact that he's my favorite in all Star Wars history), he becomes further developed in the episode "Revenge." This can be a good thing and a bad thing, however. Due to the fact that his overall awesomeness greatly sprouted from his less appearance and more devious nature enshrouded by his presence, it remains to be seen if his return will add to his pre-existing ferocity or negate from his already established greatness. The reason behind this is that Maul's defeat was such a brilliantly orchestrated scene in terms of his actual combat maneuvers and fighting ability when it comes to martial arts, that his end in "The Phantom Menace" may not be able to be topped. Of course, the sheer multitude of wondrous musical scoring in the movie was the greatest moment in Star Wars to me; primarily due to "Duel of the Fates" playing when Maul removed his hood and prepared his combatant posture, revealing his double-bladed saber. The matching of the soundtrack in this scene remains my favorite movie moment and hopefully will continue to shine through the character of Maul as he is further developed throughout the Clone Wars series. The deepest part of this is the fact that Maul's essence knew no greater joy than to see his enemy suffer, making this a morally complex venture, be it a dark one indeed. Although I did prefer when Maul appeared onscreen less as it added great deadly influence to the character in terms of his mysterious factor and overall impression of his evil as a lesser appearing character, I did find the final ending at the arms of Obi-Wan highly predictable in a good satisfying and conclusive manner. Even in his final moments, he wishes to seek vengeance on the Sith and asks Obi-Wan to complete the task in his place.

6. Brendan Filone (The Sopranos/Television) - Brendan Filone is and always will be my #1 most favorite character in The Sopranos due to how he is executed. Brendan was Christopher Moltisanti's friend and partner in crime in the first season. After he hijacks a few trucks under protection by mob boss Uncle Junior, he is silenced for his actions, sending a message to the rest of Tony Soprano's crew. His death scene is depicted in the first season episode "Denial, Anger, Acceptance" in a series of close ups. Brendan was shot to death in his bathtub, clean through the eye, by Junior's trigger man, Mikey Palmice. The method of execution is known as the "Moe Greene Special", a specific form of Mafia killing based on Moe Greene, who also happens to be my favorite character from The Godfather trilogy. The scene is also my most favorite in the history of The Sopranos, since Brendan's method of demise is unparalleled throughout the series. The scene was so memorable in its Godfather-like ending that it shall always remain a part of me; always my favorite moment in television/film history. The sheer brutality and ferocity is heightened in this instant, where a lullaby plays in the background as Brendan smokes his final cigarette. Mikey Palmice walks in, startles Brendan, and says "Hijack! Bye Jack!" before silencing him with a glock aimed at his eye; a message job. As the montage buildup of the musical choir "All Through the Night" sounds in the background, Filone looks up and fear strikes his face; his dreams shattered in that instant! He dies in that terrifying moment as the bullet pierces his eye, redefining a bloodbath! The blood fills the tub as Filone remains still, no longer quivering. However, through death, he is immortalized forevermore, a fragment of magnificent brilliance defined. Brendan will always be my favorite non-animated character in the history of film and television, forevermore. I love Brendan Filone.

Music 🎶

Ah yes, music is something I greatly admire. Music is broken down into particular verses and segments; in this case, a left hand and a right hand when transferring to piano sheet music. There's some particular elements that most tracks have, that can generally be broken down (much like a movie) into segmentation. These would include a rise [build, ascent], climax [culmination], still [sustained solo], and fall [drop, descent]. There's also some ongoing rhythms, particularly characterized by the left hand as a snare, which is a sustained beat throughout a track. The melody is the primary identifying factor of deciphering which tracks I find to be best of all. These are the reasons why I love music and some of the moments in some tracks are greatly appealing to me.

Generally, I only judge music based on the tune, melody and the feel/emotion attached to the rhythm. I don't care at all about lyrics [if I wanted to go deeper into lyrics, I'd mention my favorite poetry]. I love songs, music, and tracks based on how they sound, not who performs them, or what their message is. Things like that are known as trivia, of which I do not care about. I've listed my overall most favorite tracks in respective order (which can be found on my Dragon Ball wiki user page). There are currently only 792 tracks in total that I give a rating of 10/10 making my top favorites on this list. You won't find any rap in my favorite music, as for one, I don't consider most of it music and it's my least favorite genre in terms of tracks and tunes.


SongBück Dich - Rammstein
MovieThe Godfather
ActorAnthony DeSando
ActressJennifer Love Hewitt
AlbumSehnsucht - Rammstein
Cartoon CharacterZarbon
TV ShowThe Sopranos
SingerTill Lindemann
Video Game CharacterReptile (Mortal Kombat)
Video GameWolfenstein 3D
AnimeDragon Ball Z
Music GenreHeavy Metal
CartoonDragon Ball Z
Music ArtistRammstein


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