100. Mr. Joshua (Lethal Weapon)
99. Beholder (D&D)
98. The Others (Lost)
97. Francis Buxton (Pee Wee's Big Adventure)
96. Sephiroth (FF7)
95. Stewie Griffin (Family Guy)
94. Braniac (Superman the animated series)
93. Norman Bates (Psycho)
92. Dean Wormer (Animal House)
91. Auric Goldfinger (Goldfinger)
90. The Gentlemen (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
89. Bill Lumberg (Office Space)
88. Frank Booth (Blue Velvet)
87. Endo (Lethal Weapon)
86. Mr. Blonde (Reservoir Dogs)
85. Col. Kurtz (Apocalypse Now)
84. Deathstroke (DC comics)
83. The French Taunter (Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail)
82. Luther (The Warriors)
81. Angel Eyes (The Good and the Bad and the Ugly)
80. Clubber Lang (Rocky 3)
79. Cancer Man (X-files)
78. R.J. Fletcher (UHF)
77. The Flood (Halo, combat evolved)
76. The Soc's (The Outsiders)
75. Big Brother (1984)
74. Herr Starr (DC vertigo)
73. Biff Tannen (Back to the Future)
72. Tony Montana (Scarface)
71. Walter Peck (Ghostbusters)
70. The Balrog (LOTR, fellowship)
69. J.R. Ewing (Dallas)
68. Megatron (Transformers)
67. Venom (Marvel comics)
66. Sideshow Bob (The Simpsons)
65. Kevin (Sin City)
64. Syndrome (The Incredibles)
63. Samara (The Ring)
62. Gollum (LOTR, Return of the King)
61. Johnny Lawrence (Karate Kid)
60. Judge Doom (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
59. Bob (Twin Peaks)
58. General Zod (Superman 2)
57. Principal Ed Rooney (Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
56. John Doe (Seven)
55. The Overlook Hotel (The Shining)
54. Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre)
53. Cobra Commander (G.I. JOE)
52. Kid Miracleman (Eclipse comics)
51. Catwoman (DC comics)
50. Max Cady (Cape Fear)
49. Amanda Woodward (Melrose Place)
48. Iago (Othello)
47. Bill the Butcher (Gangs of New York)
46. Starcream (Transformers)
45. Mr. Burns (The Simpsons)
44. Godzilla (Gojira 1954)
43. Serpentor (G.I.JOE)
42. Keyser Soze (The Usual Suspects)
41. Hal 9000 (2001 A Space Odyssey)
40. Buu (Dragonball Z)
39. Michael Corleone (The Godfather part 2)
38. Dark Phoenix (Marvel)
37. Predator (Predator)
36. Alex Delarge (A Clockwork Orange)
35. Roddy Piper (WWE)
34. Mayor Richard Wilkins (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
33. Tony Soprano (The Sopranos)
32. Hans Gruber (Die Hard)
31. Grand Moff Tarkin (Star Wars)
30. Dracula (Dracula)
29. T-1000 (Terminator 2)
28. Jabba the Hutt (Return of the Jedi)
27. Hillbillies (Deliverance)
26. Jason Vorhees (Friday the 13th)
25. Ozymandias (DC)
24. Agent Smith (The Matrix)
23. Darkseid (DC)
22. Thanos (Marvel)
21. Red Skull (Marvel)
20. Khan (Star Trek 2, the wrath of Khan)
19. Green Goblin (Marvel)
18. Galactus (Marvel)
17. Magneto (Marvel)
16. The Thing (John Carpenter's the Thing)
15. Pennywise (IT)
14. Freddy Krueger (Nightmare on Elm Street)
13. Aliens (Aliens)
12. Sauron (LOTR)
11. Darth Vader (Star Wars)
10. The Shark (JAWS)
9. Pinhead (Hellraiser)
8. Lex Luthor (DC)
7. The Borg (Star Trek, TNG)
6. Hannibal Lector (Silence of the Lambs)
5. Zombies (Dawn of the Dead 2004)
4. Dr. Doom (Marvel)
3. Palpatine (Star Wars)
2. Pazuzu (The Exorcist)
1. The Joker (DC)
One notable video game inclusion of the Flood at 77. Not a huge fan of this list but thought I would post it. Wizards top 100 Greatest Villains of All Time
Wizards Top 100 Greatest villians of all time
100. Mr. Joshua (Lethal Weapon)
" I pretty much knew when I clicked this list the Joker would be number one, which is kind of sad. "It's kind of epic, actually. I like The Shark at ten, but I think Darth Vader at eleven was a terrible choice. He should top five in my opinion. Hans Gruber should have been top twenty, as well. I was hoping Newman from Seinfeld would have made an appearance, but tt was nice to see Side Show Bob and Mr. Burns on the list.
" One notable video game inclusion of the Flood at 77. "Sephiroth is 96, but otherwise it's kind of a shame they had to number them. Pazuzu as number 2 made me chuckle and realize it too is a shame Megaten isn't popular enough to be on one of these lists. I can think of a certain someone that would be a controversial choice.
" @sgjackson said:Exactly, swap Vader and Palpatine and I would be satisfied. And Joker being #1 is total BS in my opinion. 1984's Big Brother at #75 made me chuckle though." I pretty much knew when I clicked this list the Joker would be number one, which is kind of sad. "It's kind of epic, actually. I like The Shark at ten, but I think Darth Vader at eleven was a terrible choice. He should top five in my opinion. Hans Gruber should have been top twenty, as well. I was hoping Newman from Seinfeld would have made an appearance, but tt was nice to see Side Show Bob and Mr. Burns on the list. "
Why is the Shark from Jaws rated so high? What has it done to put it above the likes of Ozymandias or even Mr. Burns? lol
But in all seriousness I'm glad to see my main man DR. DOOM to be ranked at #4. I wish Michael Corleone was ranked a bit higher though. Oh, and seeing Big Brother from 1984 was a pleasant surprise.
I had to look up Endo from Lethal Weapon, because it's my favorite movie series and I didn't know who they were talking about. For those of you wondering, he's the guy that electrocutes Riggs in the first movie. While a cool bad guy for sure, I'm surprised Gary Busey's Mr. Joshua didn't rank higher.
I'm happy to see Rocky 3's Clubber Lang and The Warrior's Luther making the cut. Judge Doom from Roger Rabbit was a pretty memorable and terrifying villain. By the way, since when was Rowdy Roddy Piper considered a villain? I always thought he was a good guy...
I think they covered a lot of great villains, so it appears to be a pretty decent list.
" @TheGreatGuero: I'm surprised you didn't know who Endo was...doesn't Mr. Joshua refer to Endo by name when telling him to torture Riggs? "He does! Oh God, I'm a failure at life! I have forsaken my favorite movie franchise! Don't look at me! Don't look at me! I cannot bear the shame!
I must have just never really picked up on the name. Heck, if you were to ask me who the bad guy was in the first Lethal Weapon, I'd just say Gary Busey, not Mr. Joshua. Though, when I hear the name Mr. Joshua, I do clearly know that it is Gary Busey. As for Endo, to me, he's just the crazy asian electrocution guy.
While I like that Hannibal Lector is high on the list, I would have put him within one place of the Joker, either behind or ahead. Also, Norman Bates at #93 I find to be blasphemous, but hey, their list.
Wait, SYNDROME AT 64? Are you goddamn kidding me!? He was a fucking awful villain! Holy shit.
" The Joker? Heh, you're gonna put The Joker on that list? Well, let me tell you something: Kefka was spreading chaos long before, um, Heath Ledger was on the scene. (In case you can't tell, that was my bad "Heath Ledger as The Joker" impression.) "The Joker has been spreading chaos for 69 years.
" @Video_Game_King said:But while the Joker was inventing flowers that spray acid or banana peels that could break your back upon slipping, Kefka was just blowing shit up." The Joker? Heh, you're gonna put The Joker on that list? Well, let me tell you something: Kefka was spreading chaos long before, um, Heath Ledger was on the scene. (In case you can't tell, that was my bad "Heath Ledger as The Joker" impression.) "The Joker has been spreading chaos for 69 years. "
" @Video_Game_King said:I always thought he just went to people's houses, lit bags of poo on fire, and put landmines under the poo." @WrenchNinja said:The Joker does that fairly often.Anyway, if it's feats of destruction that matter to you, then Brainiac and Buu already top Kefka.Also, Galactus shouldn't be on the list. He's not a villain. "
Kefka was just blowing shit up. "
No, I'm more into the sheer awfulness of Kefka. He knows he's evil, but he simply doesn't give two craps. He'd kill somebody just because he's bored.
" @Video_Game_King: I agree, and in that respect Kefka is far more chaotic and destructive than the Joker. I wonder why they didn't call him Kafka after all, since the character is so clearly inspired by kafkaesque behavior. "I'm guessing because Kefka didn't suffer any major translation issues :P.
"@Jeremy_x said:" @Video_Game_King: I agree, and in that respect Kefka is far more chaotic and destructive than the Joker. I wonder why they didn't call him Kafka after all, since the character is so clearly inspired by kafkaesque behavior. "I'm guessing because Kefka didn't suffer any major translation issues :P."
Ah, a fellow Kafka friend. Not him, but the correct chronology of FF suffered as well under translation! :P
The Borg (Star Trek) os way to high on the list they are in the 60s at best. Tony Soprano (The Sopranos) is a flawed protagonist not a villain. How about Damien Thorn, who literally the son of the devil from the Omen books and movies? And, where is Captian Hook? Where are just 'Martians'? Dr No? Dr Evil? Dr Girlfriend?
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