• The Witch of the West (those are, after all, her shoes...they belonged to her sister), Lucifer (the cat from Cinderella, who was - like all cats - ornery and wanting to catch some mice), the devil (rebelled from an existence of servitude)...well, I think I've listed enough to make my point.
  • bush cuz hes just tryin to make a dollar
  • The evil penguin from Batman, because he was rejected as a baby
  • Coyote the "Road Runner" cartoon, the coyote never gets him !
  • Darth Vadar, the dark side possesed him
  • The first one that comes to mind is Magneto from the X-men.
  • The Phantom of the Opera.
  • Randall Flagg, from The Stand. (Rather obvious.) Ever since I read this little passage out of that book... "He was no longer strictly a man, if he had ever been one. He was like an onion, slowly peeling away one layer at a time, only it was the trappings of humanity that seemed to be peeling away: Organized reflection, memory, possibly even free will... If there ever had been such a thing. He began to eat the rabbit." A villain, but not so much because he wants to be, but simply because it's his path, his destiny, what he was meant for. Whether he likes it or not.
  • Mr Burns from the Simpsons
  • Rumpelstiltskin...he made a fair deal. She agreed and got to be able to spin straw into gold and got to be queen...all he wanted was a baby (which she obviously didn't care too much about, since she promised it away, being more concerned about not being proven a liar). And what did he get? Nothing....these days, his case would have been held up in a court of law (verbal contract), and if his qualifications to be a single dad were ok, they would have awarded him the child. LOL
  • it would have to b green goblin bcuz he got possessed by da stupid science experiment
  • Robin Hood, robbing the rich to give to the poor.
  • technically, he his both a victum and villain. his name is V.
  • i always had a soft spot for vampires. they are misunderstood. they just want some nice warm blood and a safe place to sleep during the day.
  • guys like Snape. for me it's the natural thing to emphatise with the villain (the fictional one, anyway), since they're more complex than the good guys.

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