One Bad Apple: RexTalionis: There is one that killed practically everyone on the planet because he didn't like what was going on. He also killed a man's children, took away his belongings and stricken him with disease just to win a bet.I always read that as a big practical joke by Lucifer
optikeye: One Bad Apple: There is something about the banality of evil that creeps me out.Yeah, tho she knew EXACTLY What she was doing and following the rules to the letter.
redoctober65: Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg
RexTalionis: There is one that killed practically everyone on the planet because he didn't like what was going on. He also killed a man's children, took away his belongings and stricken him with disease just to win a bet.
flaminio: [images1.wikia.nocookie.net image 624x272]
Mugato: ryant123: RobertBruce: There are no signs Fring was ever a good guy. WW was, and circumstance screwed his life.I'm not sure that's true. Most good guys don't decide to cook and sell meth when they get cancer.Yeah, and he had plenty of outs, including his former partners just giving him the money he needed. He wanted to be a kingpin. He poisoned a kid, convinced Jesse to gun down a potential competitor and watched a hot goth girl die. Advantage, Walt IMO.
Mudgen: Blushing Wall Flower: ALREADY GREENLIT? WHICH MOD BUTT LICKER SUBMITTED THIS?CONSPIRACYI think meow is more powerful than we know.Does not know fiction from the reality of it.
acad1228: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 300x300]
badhatharry: Rent Party: gas giant: Rent Party: Cormac McCarthyThe baby eating cannibal gang in "The Outer Dark" make him look a choirboy.I realize there are over 600 posts in this here thread so it's no knock that you missed them, but Chiguhr is one of several McCarthy characters (most notably Judge Holden) to come up. Hence my comments.I haven't read The Outer Dark. There is also a baby eating cannibal gang in The Road. I think Cormac McCarthy and George RR Martin need some help.
lordargent: What_do_you_want_now: Evil, pure plain and simple.Bester was not totally evil. I think he cared a great deal about his fellow PSIs. To him, humans were less evolved, like animals.// sure he killed innocent (to us) people, but in his mind, humanity itself was evil ... Morden OTOH.realityVSperceptionDamn, read one of those books when I was around 9/10.// need to go back and re-read some sci-fi series now that I'm an adult.// currently going through all of the foundation books. Including the robot series.
h2ogate: Nils Bjurman
vrax: I'm throwing AM from "I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream" into the ring.
Rent Party: [cinephiliacdotorg.files.wordpress.com image 600x399]Maybe Cormac McCarthy is just really, really farked up.
God Is My Co-Pirate: doglover: I dunno. Mr Teatime from The Hogfather isn't quite as evil in deed as many literary villains because it's a short book, but his motivations and general nastiness are crazy evil. He tried to kill their Santa Claus using children's stolen teeth, for fark's sake. With a longer lifespan or a more corporeal target for assassination and I believe he'd make Cersei Lannister look like a fine, upstanding gentlewoman.Mr. Teatime is fantastically creepy but I think I'd give the prize to Carcer, as the Moriarty to Vimes' Holmes.Vorbis and the Auditors are great villains too.
Rent Party: Cormac McCarthy
RevCarter: The Judge, from Blood Meridian.
megarian: The people that made the No Booze After X-o'clock (or Sundays...sorry MA).So um...Puritans?
CryoMax: Then the mallet began to rise and descend, destroying the last of Jack Torrance's image. The thing in the hall danced an eerie, shuffling polka, the beat counterpointed by the hideous sound of the mallet head striking again and again. Blood splattered across the wallpaper. Shards of bone leaped into the air like broken piano keys. It was impossible to say just how long it went on. But when it turned its attention back to Danny, his father was gone forever. What remained of the face became a strange, shifting composite, many faces mixed imperfectly into one. Danny saw the woman in 217; the dogman; the hungry boything that had been in the concrete ring."Masks off, then," it whispered. "No more interruptions."The mallet rose for the final time. A ticking sound filled Danny's ears.- The ShiningThe Overlook Hotel, hands down.Evil, distilled.
tuffsnake: The problem is that to be the most evil a character can't be just "totes evilsies" because they get to a point where they become pitiable like Lucifer where their evil seems like a product of something outside of themselves. You need a character that doesn't strike you as inherently evil, one who you would think as respectable who then rejects their own good nature and turns evil
omeganuepsilon: Where theirs was micro, yours was too macro.I bring you.... His Divine Shadow:/original Xev for the win
Hickory-smoked: [imageshack.us image 474x214]
runaway06: Hannibal Lectar- Book and Anthony Hopkins versions
EVERYONE in Titus Andronicus.
freak7: The military commander from Pan's Labyrinth.
KingoftheCheese: Kumana Wanalaia: can't forget this guy...Totally. Him and the Photobucket TOS error. *shiver*
cjo: vincent_blackshadow: blue duckI almost said that. I guess that old woman didn't teach him to fly after all.
doglover: I dunno. Mr Teatime from The Hogfather isn't quite as evil in deed as many literary villains because it's a short book, but his motivations and general nastiness are crazy evil. He tried to kill their Santa Claus using children's stolen teeth, for fark's sake. With a longer lifespan or a more corporeal target for assassination and I believe he'd make Cersei Lannister look like a fine, upstanding gentlewoman.
spidermann: [filmdope.com image 320x240]be surprised if anyone guesses without reverse google image search
Kumana Wanalaia: This guy:[tng.trekcore.com image 850x637]
kiwimoogle84: I'm SURE Joffrey from GoT has been mentioned.Him, and Leso Varen from Feist's literary world.
Shostie: Gustavo Fring deserves AT LEAST an honorable mention.
meow said the dog: Cyric./nerding this shiat up
timujin: mitchcumstein1: SatanIf you're going for that particular mythology, the buck always stops with God.
433: Ratched.She's authoritarian for sure, but she didn't strike me as outright evil as much as she is strong-handed and misguided.
433: QueenMamaBee: Well since someone took my thought of Nurse Rachet, I'm going with the Disney route and say Scar :)Ratched.She's authoritarian for sure, but she didn't strike me as outright evil as much as she is strong-handed and misguided.
433: Cruella DeVille.Honestly - who wants a coat made out of puppies?
KingoftheCheese: valanienna: IagoWhy am I not surprised?
One Bad Apple: There is something about the banality of evil that creeps me out.
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