1 Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
Especially the live action version - blackflower
2 Electro (Spiderman)
Electro is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Maxwell "Max" Dillon, the first Electro, is an enemy of Spider-Man who gained the ability to control electricity after being struck by lightning while working on a power line.
Especially in the amazing spiderman 2 - Batmaniscole
3 Sid (Toy Story)
I don't think Sid was the villain we perceived him to be. If you pay close attention to detail, it's obvious he was neglected. He didn't seem to have any friends that we know of, thanks to the scene when Buzz realizes that he is a toy, we know his Dad is a bit of lazy slob and a drunkard, and it's obvious he didn't have much of a relationship with his mother either. Honestly, who allows their kid to use explosives and blow things up in the backyard? And since he had no way of knowing that toys were sentient, he can't be a true villain. While Sid was a brat, he was simply a product of his environment. And he does give up his torturing of toys after finding out they're alive and being traumatized.
Where are his parents? He obviously destroys toys because of deep issues. - ToptenPizza
4 Robbie Rotten (Lazy Town)
Robbie Rotten (played by Stefán Karl Stefánsson) is a lazy man who continuously formulates feckless schemes in which he masquerades in a disguise to lure the residents away from their newly-active lifestyles. He passionately abhors the influence of Stephanie and Sportacus on the townspeople. A number ...read more.
The true hero.
Everyone seems mad in Lazy Town.
He just wants to relax and eat some cake, but he is always disturbed by those annoying kids and S P O T A F L O P.
He is not bad he is only stupid
5 Megamind (Megamind)
He is good now
6 Smeagol/Gollum (The Lord Of The Rings)
Gollum is a fictional character from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. He was introduced in the 1937 children's fantasy novel The Hobbit, and became an important supporting character in its sequel, The Lord of the Rings.
I like it but I hate strongly
7 Captain Hook (Peter Pan)
Captain James Hook is a fictional character, the antagonist of J. M. Barrie's play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up and its various adaptations, in which he is Peter Pan's archenemy.
For being the protagonist, Peter can be quite cruel. He cut off Hook's hand and fed it to the crocodile for no reason except his own amusement. Now the crocodile follows Hook relentlessly to finish him off. And Peter seems to take a lot of pleasure in seeing Hook in life threatening situations. I can see why Hook wants revenge so badly.
He got his hand cut off for goodness sake - blackflower
I feel very sorry for Captain James Hook, Because His hand gets cut off by Peter Pan and throw it to the Crocodile.
Poor Captain James Hook, He was abused by the Flying Scurvy Brat called Peter Pan.
8 Baby Doll (Batman: The Animated Series)
9 Walter Keane (Big Eyes)
10 Sandman (Spiderman)
The Sandman first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #4 (Sept. 1963), created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko as an adversary of Spider-Man. The character returned in The Amazing Spider-Man #18 and #19, and was soon depicted in other comics, such as The Incredible Hulk and The Fantastic Four. ...read more.
Poor! He was so nice
he got killed in such misunderstanding and had a young daughter it was for her... he did those thefts - Ananya
11 Licorice Whip (Strawberry Shortcake)
12 Queen Beryl (Sailor Moon)
13 Doctor Octopus (Spiderman)
Doctor Octopus, also known as Doc Ock, Doc Octopus, and the Superior Spider-Man, is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #3.
Well I do he wasn't that bad. - Ananya
14 Dr. Tomoe (Sailor Moon)
15 Loki (Thor)
Loki Laufeyson, or Loki Odinson, is a fictional character appearing in the American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is the adoptive brother and archenemy of Thor, and is known as the "God of Mischief". In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the character has been portrayed by Tom Hiddleston.
He felt unaprecuated - blackflower
You know a villain is great when you are rooting more for him then the actual good-guys.
16 Harley Quinn (Batman: The Animated Series)
Harley Quinn is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as a sidekick of the Joker.
Poor girl - blackflower
Stockholm syndrome. - Cyri
17 Zeebad (Doogal)
Its Pollux - Le manège enchanté or The Magic Roundabout. The dog is called Dougal not Doogal. There has never ever been a stupid Doogal. Robbie Williams voiced Dougal in The Magic Roundabout which is based on a television series from 60s-70s.
18 Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th Franchise)
Jason Voorhees is a character from the Friday the 13th series. He first appeared in Friday the 13th as the young son of camp cook-turned-murderer, Mrs. Voorhees.
He drowned as a child and his mother was decapitated when she tried to avenge him, which is when he became a killer. While he may have the highest kill count in history of horror, he's not all bad. He just loves his mother.
19 The White Witch (Narnia)
I don't think I will feel like that for her, she was a darn white and bitchy. - Ananya
20 Scar (Lion King)
Scar is the main antagonist of Disney's 1994 animated feature film, The Lion King. He was the second son of Ahadi and Uru — who were, at one time, King and Queen of the Pride Lands — the younger brother of Mufasa, and the uncle of Simba.
21 Mapleshade (Warriors)
Mapleshade is a character in the Warriors series by Erin Hunter. She is a tortoiseshell she-cat with a white tail and mistakenly described as ginger-and-white.
She got cheated one and committed suicide! What more do you need? - AnonymousChick
22 Ballos (Cave Story)
23 Jeff the Killer (Jeff the Killer)
Jeff the Killer is a creepypasta usually accompanied by a picture of a white face looking in to the camera smiling in an unsettling manner. The creepypasta is also usually accompanied by the term "Go to sleep".
24 Gary Smith (Bully)
25 Tobe (Pucca)
The coolest and most interesting character on the show.
26 Silver Surfer (Fantastic Four series)
The Silver Surfer is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Born Norrin Radd, the Silver Surfer's abilities are given to him through the Power Cosmic. His first appearance was in Fantastic Four #48 in 1966 and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. He was ...read more.
27 Ganondorf (Zelda: The Wind Waker)
Ganon (Referred to as Ganondorf in human form) is a fictional character and the central antagonist of Nintendo's Legend of Zelda series. He is a power-hungry Gerudo who possesses the Triforce of Power and aims to conquer Hyrule with the remaining Triforce parts.
28 Ice King (Adventure Time)
The Ice King is a character in the American animated television series Adventure Time. A supposedly evil wizard capable of creating and manipulating ice and snow, he is the self-proclaimed king of the Ice Kingdom, a land of ice he claimed as his own and lives in in company of many penguins.
29 Waluigi (Mario Series)
Waluigi is a lanky self-centered, brusque young lad as he is considered evil and the main rival of Luigi. Waluigi is shown causing local havoc in most games he appears in alongside his partner Wario. Waluigi is not instinctively evil or the antagonist (not counting DDR), as a matter of fact, he shows ...read more.
30 Swiper (Dora the Explorer)
Swiper is the main antagonist in Dora the Explorer, appearing in nearly every single episode. He is a sneaky orange fox. As his name implies, Swiper steals or attempts to steal key items that help Dora on her adventures. Clever as he is, Swiper never manages to take Dora completely by surprise; an ominous ...read more.
31 Grand Master Glitch (Go Jetters)
32 Buxton (Dougal and the Blue Cat)
Never seen it 1972 but from clips looks more creepy than 2005 The Magic Roundabout or the stupid yank movie Doogal. Buxton the Blue cat who turns everything blue.
33 Laughing Jack (Creepypasta)
34 Slappy the Dummy (Goosebumps)