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hmmmm Rogue From Fairy Tail i'd say . Not exactly a villain but lol . He's best friend is a cat/frog that just cries so kinda gey
His*And **** you. Frosch is the coolest character in Fairy Tail.
You know, when it comes to a matter of who my favorite villain is, I generally tend to take a step back and think instead who my favorite character is that just happens to be cast as a villain. My criteria have less to do with villain’s overall effectiveness and more to do with their actual depth as a character. While I’ll admit that there are good reasons for liking characters like the Joker and Venom, they’re all from a narrative perspective rather than based on their actual characterization, like Doctor Doom and Darth Vader, who are much more easily vouched for as deep, intriguing characters.Anyway, my favorite “villain” isn’t really a villain, but c’mon, when am I going to get a thread to talk about my favorite neutral character? These sorts of discussions often boil down to black and white absolutes, but my favorite “villain” is anything but. Let me apologize in advance for the amount of gushing that’s going to follow.I am, of course, talking about my man the Big G -- Galactus, devourer of worlds. To a casual observer, this would seem contradictory to my above statement about liking characters who are deep beyond their role in the story alone. That’s understandable, since most people don’t know Galactus -- they know of Galactus, from what they’ve heard in Vs threads and online banter, and possibly a few cartoons, and the ever-present Marvel Vs Capcom 3. Those all give impressions of Galactus not as a character, but as a force -- which is fine and dandy, but it’s definitely not the reason the character is so well-liked among comic book readers.Galactus has a very well fleshed out character under his funny purple armor, and I don’t think most people are aware of that aspect of him. It’s not something that can easily be explained without reading a few comics, but I’ll give my best explanation. Before the current universe, Galactus was an ordinary guy. Being an all-powerful cosmic entity was never something he wanted and it was thrust onto him against his will. He retains a conscience and doesn’t enjoy having to eat inhabited planets, but at the same time accepts that it’s a part of what he’s become. His nature makes him a very isolated, even lonely and it’s difficult to not see that aspect of him. It makes him a surprisingly sympathetic character, despite clearly being very alien and rooted in comic book absurdism. Yet, I think that’s the reason that people like Marvel’s grandiose space stories -- they’re larger than us, but often still close to home. I don’t think there’s much that needs to be said about his presence or anything not related to his character in a well-written comic -- it speaks for itself.As far as genuine villains go, Doctor Doom and Sinestro are pretty great, largely to deep characterization. For anime and manga in particular, I really enjoyed Light Yagami's character and while I'm not anywhere near done with JoJo, Dio Brando is indeed an effective and memorable villain, though not an especially complex one. I could list a few more favorites, but I think this post is long enough.
I don't know a single one of those Villain's lol
THERE WE GO AGAIN FROSH IS JUST A LIL naughtyword CRYING OVER NOTHINgay lil pink shit . nothing but a useless frog/cat