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  • Please see the respective article for more information about each villain.
  • This page contains all the villains from Adventures. * Archer * Archie * Ariana * Cyrus * Ghetsis * Giovanni * N
  • Defeating all of them will give you access to Darius' Penthouse.
  • The following is a brief overview of the various villains be featured in the long running Super Friends animated television series.
  • Villains are individuals, who are not necessarily connected with each other, that commit serious crimes and fight against the hero or protagonist. |-| Mysterious Beings=
  • Faudo (albeit a puppet of sorts)
  • A villain's motivation to break moral law varies; some break it as part of a personal pursuit of obtaining a goal (whether it be the ambition for power or the pursuit of revenge), others break it as a consequence of a professional occupation or task, others still will break it simply for kicks and for the thrill of "crossing the line" (due to a lack of empathy for anything beyond themselves) and there are others who are diagnosed as "Criminally Insane"; to whom laws like morality do not register due to mental instability.
  • The official villains of the Champions Universe
  • These characters are the villains that appear in the Growing Up, Creepie episodes.
  • Iron Man has a large gallery of villains. They each have specific abilities which they use against the Iron hero. This is a list of them:
  • The Villains were a tribe from Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. Known for their previous acts of manipulation, deception, and duplicity, the Villains dominated the game, despite their apparent dysfunction and being weaker physically than their counterpart. They ended up annihilating all Heroes and occupying all three seats in the Final Tribal Council. Their tribe color was red.
  • The villains that you fight in the game, aside from henchmen and cops, are some of Batman's classic enimies: The Riddler The Penguin The Joker Two-Face Catwoman Harley Quinn Mr. Freeze Killer Croc Scarecrow Poison Ivy Bane Mad Hatter Clayface Man-Bat Killer Moth,and the Joker is the most evil villan of all.
  • Villains were introduced on February 20th 2015. A Crime Wave pack is available in store for 5,000 Gems.
  • Volume Five: Villains is the fifth volume of Legacies.
  • No good episode of Columbo would be complete without a good antagonist for the detective to play off of.
  • The chairman of the board and largest donor to Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. He unsuccessfully tried to have House fired. Story Arc: Control-Babies & Bathwater.
  • BABE is a computer aboard the prisoner ship 'Despair'. She is one of many terminals for the master computer on Homeworld. Using a device created for interrogation, and due to it's painful and damaging effect on the victim used as a deterrent against lying, BABE drains people's minds of all their memories and adds them to the it's central bay. In a moment of madness BABE decided that was her duty so as to further the progress of the master computer. BABE is also able to reprogram the stolen minds and return them to their bodies, in order to do her bidding.
  • "Villains" is the twentieth episode of the sixth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is the one hundred twentieth episode altogether. It was written by Marti Noxon and directed by David Solomon. It originally broadcast on May 14, 2002.
  • A * Alvin the Treacherous (formerly, only in TV series) * Arngrim Dammen B * Berserker Tribe C * Changewings (usually/formaly) * Catastrophic Quaken (formerly) * Captain Fiske D * Dagur the Deranged * Drago Bludvist * Drago's Bewilderbeast * Drago's Army * Drago's Dragon Army * Dragons of The Red Death (formerly) * Death Song (Imperfect Harmony) E * Eret (formerly) F * Frozen Skrill/Dagur's Skrill * Fungus (temporarily) G * Gothi's Frostfright (Dragon Eye of the Beholder Part II) * Gobber's Nemesis (temporarily) * Groundsplitter (formerly) H I J K L
  • Villains are bad guys. They are the enemies of Indiana Jones in the Lego Indiana Jones sets and in the two Lego Indiana Jones video games, Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures and in its successor Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues.
  • Hiro's drug-induced vision quest sends him back 18 months to the Petrelli parents' anniversary party. Nathan is still an Assistant District Attorney, Peter is a hospice nurse, and Linderman is in the house conspiring with Arthur to stop Nathan's investigation. Arthur confirms that if he cannot be stopped, he will be killed. Arthur does try to convince Nathan to give up the Linderman case, but fails - leading to the car accident seen in Six Months Ago, when Nathan's wife, Heidi, was paralyzed.
  • These guys suck. They're jerks. You would never want to hang out with them. But the Heroes need people to fight, otherwise comics would have no conflict and nobody would read them. Where would Batman be without the Joker? Superman without his Lex Luthor? Luke Skywalker without his George Lucas? The Mayor of Townsville without his jar of pickles? Villains are evil, and they break the law, or at least commonly established notions of morality. Don't give them any candy, that would be very bad.
Season
  • 6
Summary
  • The clock turns back two years to see where the characters were on the day the University of New Saxony stripped Lionel of his tenure. Lawrence is beginning to doubt that his role in POSSESS is as noble as he thought, but he has comfort in the form of his good friend Rose. A new computer whiz, Samantha, is hired, and instantly makes friends with Violet and Trish. Rachel and her best friend Timothy are in New York City for a bit of a vacation, but are soon thrust into a bit of a dilemma. Valerian gets to visit the new faculty of the University before it opens, and he's accompanied by Peter and a surprising old friend. Lionel is confronted by Cynthia and Shannon, while Zara and her boyfriend, Dennis, are watched over by a familiar POSSESS loyalist. Aurora opens up an art gallery, which is attended by two happy-go-lucky high schoolers; Drake and Muriem. Finally, Scarlett is getting deep into troublesome street race gangs, and putting her friends Jasmine and Yvon in danger.
  • Aurora is harassed by an art critic who accuses her of being fake. But when Aurora proves herself to be a very capable artist, the critic reveals herself to have her own unique ability. Meanwhile, Lionel gathers up the villains in his headquarters.
  • Rose and Zara follow Peter around Eclipse to better understand where the villains are hiding. But their plan goes under when Peter's super-powered escort goes rogue. Meanwhile, Aradore doubts that Keltora's passion for him is completely sincere.
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  • Doomsday
  • James
  • Mad Hatter
  • Terra
  • Trickster
  • Ursa
  • Jack
  • Parasite
  • Penguin
  • Scarecrow
  • Black Adam
  • Top
  • Toyman
  • Brainiac
  • Catwoman
  • Joker
  • Krona
  • Ultra-Humanite
  • Bizarro
  • Deathstroke
  • Sinestro
  • T.O. Morrow
  • Abra Kadabra
  • Heat Wave
  • Parallax
  • Black Hand
  • Eclipso
  • Mantis
  • Zoom
  • Gorilla Grodd
  • Poison Ivy
  • Bane
  • Bleez
  • Amon Sur
  • Harley Quinn
  • Felix Faust
  • Calculator
  • Fatality
  • Jinx
  • Non
  • Darkseid
  • Killer Croc
  • Lashina
  • Mammoth
  • Amazo
  • Echo
  • Larfleeze
  • Lex Luthor
  • Ares
  • Circe
  • Arkillo
  • Clayface
  • Gizmo
  • Hush
  • Queen Bee
  • Metallo
  • Cheetah
  • Two-Face
  • Chemo
  • Pied Piper
  • Evil Star
  • Stompa
  • Brother Blood
  • Jacob
  • Julius
  • Nekron
  • Tala
  • Atrocitus
  • Brother Eye
  • Mr. Freeze
  • Star Sapphire
  • Talia al Ghul
  • The Riddler
  • Etrigan
  • Jared
  • Deadshot
  • Jesse
  • Mad Harriet
  • Santo Cassamento
  • Mercy Graves
  • Mongul
  • Solomon Grundy
  • King Shark
  • Giganta
  • Mr. Mxyzptlk
  • Bombshell Harley Quinn
  • Kyle Abbott
  • Lady al Ghul
  • Ra's al Ghul
  • Monsieur Mallah
  • Killer Frost
  • Klarion Bleak
  • The Brain
  • Trigon
  • Weather Wizard
  • Anti-Monitor
  • Vice
  • Mirror Master
  • Bruno Mannheim
  • Gentleman Ghost
  • Psimon
  • Starro
  • Black Manta
  • Vandal Savage
  • Dr. Light
  • Livewire
  • Chang Tzu
  • Capt. Boomerang
  • Capt. Cold
  • Despero
  • Dr. Psycho
  • Dr. Sivana
  • Future Lex Luthor
  • Gen. Zod
  • Granny Goodness
  • Hank Henshaw
  • Hector Hammond
  • Kalibak
  • Lion-Mane
  • Lyssa Drak
  • Major Force
  • Ocean Master
  • Query
  • Ranx
  • Steppenwolf
  • Whisper A'Daire
Airdate
  • 2002-05-14
  • 2008-11-10
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  • Trial
  • Villains
  • Machine
  • Whirlwind
  • Spectre
  • Lockdown
  • Rise
  • Cyber
  • Judgment
  • Throne
  • ?????
  • Catalyst
  • Nocturna
  • Connoisseur
  • Pair
  • Swann
  • Sweethearts
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  • Doomsday
  • James
  • Mad Hatter
  • Terra
  • Trickster
  • Ursa
  • Jack
  • Parasite
  • Penguin
  • Scarecrow
  • Black Adam
  • Top
  • Toyman
  • Brainiac
  • Captain Cold
  • Catwoman
  • Joker
  • Krona
  • Ultra-Humanite
  • Bizarro
  • Deathstroke
  • Sinestro
  • Riddler
  • T.O. Morrow
  • Abra Kadabra
  • Heat Wave
  • Parallax
  • Black Hand
  • Eclipso
  • Mantis
  • Doctor Psycho
  • Zoom
  • Gorilla Grodd
  • Poison Ivy
  • Bane
  • Bleez
  • Amon Sur
  • Harley Quinn
  • Felix Faust
  • General Zod
  • Calculator
  • Fatality
  • Jinx
  • Non
  • Darkseid
  • Killer Croc
  • Lashina
  • Mammoth
  • Amazo
  • Echo
  • Larfleeze
  • Lex Luthor
  • Captain Boomerang
  • Ares
  • Circe
  • Arkillo
  • Clayface
  • Doctor Sivana
  • Gizmo
  • Hush
  • Queen Bee
  • Metallo
  • Cheetah
  • Two-Face
  • Chemo
  • Pied Piper
  • Evil Star
  • Stompa
  • Brother Blood
  • Jacob
  • Julius
  • Nekron
  • Tala
  • Atrocitus
  • Brother Eye
  • Mr. Freeze
  • Star Sapphire
  • Talia al Ghul
  • Etrigan
  • Jared
  • Deadshot
  • Jesse
  • Mad Harriet
  • Santo Cassamento
  • Mercy Graves
  • Mongul
  • Solomon Grundy
  • King Shark
  • Giganta
  • Mr. Mxyzptlk
  • Bombshell Harley Quinn
  • Kyle Abbott
  • Lady al Ghul
  • Ra's al Ghul
  • Monsieur Mallah
  • Killer Frost
  • Klarion Bleak
  • The Brain
  • Trigon
  • Weather Wizard
  • Anti-Monitor
  • Vice
  • Mirror Master
  • Bruno Mannheim
  • Gentleman Ghost
  • Psimon
  • Starro
  • Black Manta
  • Vandal Savage
  • Doctor Light
  • Livewire
  • Chang Tzu
  • Despero
  • Future Lex Luthor
  • Granny Goodness
  • Hank Henshaw
  • Hector Hammond
  • Kalibak
  • Lion-Mane
  • Lyssa Drak
  • Major Force
  • Ocean Master
  • Query
  • Ranx
  • Steppenwolf
  • Whisper A'Daire
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  • Please see the respective article for more information about each villain.
  • A * Alvin the Treacherous (formerly, only in TV series) * Arngrim Dammen B * Berserker Tribe C * Changewings (usually/formaly) * Catastrophic Quaken (formerly) * Captain Fiske D * Dagur the Deranged * Drago Bludvist * Drago's Bewilderbeast * Drago's Army * Drago's Dragon Army * Dragons of The Red Death (formerly) * Death Song (Imperfect Harmony) E * Eret (formerly) F * Frozen Skrill/Dagur's Skrill * Fungus (temporarily) G * Gothi's Frostfright (Dragon Eye of the Beholder Part II) * Gobber's Nemesis (temporarily) * Groundsplitter (formerly) H * Heather (temporarily) * Hofferson's Bane (temporarily) * Hroar * Harald Forkbeard I J K L M * Mildew (formerly) N O * Outcast Tribe (some formerly) P Q R * Ryker S * Savage * Screaming Death (formerly) * Speed Stinger Pack (Frozen) * Speed Stinger Pack (The Next Big Sting) T * The Red Death (eliminated) * Torch's Mother (formerly) * Titan Wing Monstrous Nightmare * The Lead Stinger (Frozen) * The Lead Stinger (The Next Big Sting) * Toothless' Nemesis U V * Vorg * Viggo Grimborn W X Y Z
  • This page contains all the villains from Adventures. * Archer * Archie * Ariana * Cyrus * Ghetsis * Giovanni * N
  • Defeating all of them will give you access to Darius' Penthouse.
  • The following is a brief overview of the various villains be featured in the long running Super Friends animated television series.
  • Villains are individuals, who are not necessarily connected with each other, that commit serious crimes and fight against the hero or protagonist. |-| Mysterious Beings=
  • Faudo (albeit a puppet of sorts)
  • A villain's motivation to break moral law varies; some break it as part of a personal pursuit of obtaining a goal (whether it be the ambition for power or the pursuit of revenge), others break it as a consequence of a professional occupation or task, others still will break it simply for kicks and for the thrill of "crossing the line" (due to a lack of empathy for anything beyond themselves) and there are others who are diagnosed as "Criminally Insane"; to whom laws like morality do not register due to mental instability.
  • The official villains of the Champions Universe
  • These characters are the villains that appear in the Growing Up, Creepie episodes.
  • Iron Man has a large gallery of villains. They each have specific abilities which they use against the Iron hero. This is a list of them:
  • The Villains were a tribe from Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. Known for their previous acts of manipulation, deception, and duplicity, the Villains dominated the game, despite their apparent dysfunction and being weaker physically than their counterpart. They ended up annihilating all Heroes and occupying all three seats in the Final Tribal Council. Their tribe color was red.
  • The villains that you fight in the game, aside from henchmen and cops, are some of Batman's classic enimies: The Riddler The Penguin The Joker Two-Face Catwoman Harley Quinn Mr. Freeze Killer Croc Scarecrow Poison Ivy Bane Mad Hatter Clayface Man-Bat Killer Moth,and the Joker is the most evil villan of all.
  • Villains were introduced on February 20th 2015. A Crime Wave pack is available in store for 5,000 Gems.
  • Volume Five: Villains is the fifth volume of Legacies.
  • Villains are bad guys. They are the enemies of Indiana Jones in the Lego Indiana Jones sets and in the two Lego Indiana Jones video games, Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures and in its successor Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. In the two Lego Indiana Jones video games, the Nazis and the Thuggee are Indy's main enemies. But the Nazis are called Germans in both games and Nazism, such as the Swatiska, is removed from the games. Instead the game decribes the Germans as an "anonymous, genocidal, occultist,trenchcoat-wearing master-race". The Nazi flag is replaced by a flag with two horizontal lines. Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues introduced the Russians as Indy's new enemy, because apart from featuring the original three Indiana Jones movies, this game also featured the forth Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
  • No good episode of Columbo would be complete without a good antagonist for the detective to play off of.
  • BABE is a computer aboard the prisoner ship 'Despair'. She is one of many terminals for the master computer on Homeworld. Using a device created for interrogation, and due to it's painful and damaging effect on the victim used as a deterrent against lying, BABE drains people's minds of all their memories and adds them to the it's central bay. In a moment of madness BABE decided that was her duty so as to further the progress of the master computer. BABE is also able to reprogram the stolen minds and return them to their bodies, in order to do her bidding. The Doctor destroyed BABE and the master computer, also taking Homeworld with it.
  • "Villains" is the twentieth episode of the sixth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is the one hundred twentieth episode altogether. It was written by Marti Noxon and directed by David Solomon. It originally broadcast on May 14, 2002. In the aftermath of the vengeful Warren Mears's assassination attempt, Buffy Summers tries to recover from a severe gunshot wound, while Tara Maclay is also hit and dies. Willow Rosenberg, consumed by wrath and rage over Tara's murder, empowers herself with deadly black magic from the Magic Box which physically transforms her into a dark being. "Dark Willow" then magically heals Buffy, and then goes out seeking to kill the murderous Warren. Jonathan Levinson and Andrew Wells share a jail cell while they debate their next move. Warren, aware that Willow is after him, seeks allies at a demon bar and approaches junkie warlock Rack for help, while Buffy, Xander Harris, and Dawn Summers grieve after they learn of Tara's death as well as finding out that Anya has returned to being a Vengeance demon. Spike travels to a remote African village where he asks a mysterious cave dwelling demon to make him his former self.
  • These guys suck. They're jerks. You would never want to hang out with them. But the Heroes need people to fight, otherwise comics would have no conflict and nobody would read them. Where would Batman be without the Joker? Superman without his Lex Luthor? Luke Skywalker without his George Lucas? The Mayor of Townsville without his jar of pickles? Villains are evil, and they break the law, or at least commonly established notions of morality. Don't give them any candy, that would be very bad. Do not trust them. Do not give them the keys to your grandmother, they will sell her when your back is turned. Also, they make terrible roommates. They don't even wash their hands when they're coming out of the bathroom. Did we mention that they eat kittens? Because they do. Sometimes, when they get tired of doing their job, they might go to villain rehab. A hero that turns into a villain has been to hero rehab.
  • The chairman of the board and largest donor to Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. He unsuccessfully tried to have House fired. Story Arc: Control-Babies & Bathwater.
  • Hiro's drug-induced vision quest sends him back 18 months to the Petrelli parents' anniversary party. Nathan is still an Assistant District Attorney, Peter is a hospice nurse, and Linderman is in the house conspiring with Arthur to stop Nathan's investigation. Arthur confirms that if he cannot be stopped, he will be killed. Arthur does try to convince Nathan to give up the Linderman case, but fails - leading to the car accident seen in Six Months Ago, when Nathan's wife, Heidi, was paralyzed. Later, Angela overhears Arthur and Linderman lament their failed murder attempt. As she panics and threatens Arthur, he places the thought in her head that Nathan has to die. Linderman, however, is more remorseful, and offers to heal Angela's scars from the many times Arthur has forced thoughts into her head. Remembering Arthur's plans to murder Nathan, she uses the Haitian to dampen Arthur's abilities, and poisons his food at dinner. Before they can dispose of the body, Nathan arrives and calls for an ambulance. At the hospital, a doctor tells Angela and Nathan that Arthur is dead, and Angela immediately orders a cremation. It is soon revealed, however, that the doctor was working for Arthur. The doctor announces to Arthur that he will be permanently paralyzed. In another vision, Hiro is transported to Memphis one year ago, where Claire's biological mother, Meredith, and her brother, who is revealed to be level 5 escapee Flint, are robbing a convenience store. They are soon interrupted by Company Agent Thompson. Meredith allows Flint to escape, getting herself captured in the process. However, rather than being a prisoner, Thompson offers her the chance to become a Company Agent. She agrees, and they are soon on their first mission, which is successful, with her help. Back at the Company, Meredith learns that Flint was also captured by an invisible man. He also proudly proclaims that he is going to be an agent too, and the siblings will be able to work together. Understanding that the company is just using them, Meredith breaks Flint out of prison to flee the country together. Thompson follows them, and tries to recapture them in a train car filled with gas canisters. Meredith explodes the car, allowing Flint to escape, as well as causing a massive train wreck. Thompson asks why Meredith hates the company, and she explains that her daughter died as she tried to escape them. Knowing that Claire is in fact still alive, he lets her go. Claire is then seen rushing into the train wreck to save a man, revealing it to be the same train wreck from the episode Genesis. In Hiro's third vision, he sees the history of Sylar. After killing his first victim in Six Months Ago, Gabriel Gray is trying to hang himself. Elle shows up in the nick of time to save him, using her ability to break the noose. Unfortunately for Gabriel, she's not there by accident - she's on orders from Noah to spy on him and install hidden cameras in his apartment, as the Company wants to understand Gabriel's rare ability to transfer powers from one vessel to another. Elle returns to Gabriel's apartment later with pie, and begins to flirt with him, keeping her ability a secret. He reveals his stolen power of telekinesis, and explains that there are others like him, showing her some of the names he got from Chandra Suresh's map. Gabriel also tells her of his hunger for powers. Elle begins to develop real feelings for him, and requests that the Company move on, saying he's no longer a killer. But Bennet still wants to see Gabriel use his ability, so makes Elle introduce Sylar to Trevor Zeitlan, who can make items explode by pointing at them. Elle repeatedly calls Trevor's ability special, until Gabriel gets angry and throws Trevor against a wall. Elle tries to stop him with her power, but only makes Gabriel angrier in his discovery that she had lied to him. He demands that she leave, and proceeds to kill Trevor by slicing open his head. Elle is furious that they forced Gabriel to become a killer when they could have saved him, but Noah brushes it off as nothing, as they were only following orders. He then gets into Mohinder's cab, in another scene from Genesis. In the present, Hiro wakes up and realizes they must warn Angela and Nathan about Arthur's survival. He begins to hear screams and he and Ando exit the hut. He is quickly stopped, however, as he finds the decapitated body of Usutu lying on the ground. He continues to move forward, finding the head. He turns to find Arthur Petrelli, who proceeds to exclaim, "I understand you've been dreaming about me." and lays his hands on Hiro's head, causing him to scream.
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