25 Deadly Anime Villains Of All Time

Deadly Anime Villains

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20. Shou Tucker From Fullmetal Alchemist

He is a headstrong, daring adolescent, anime villains who wanted to be the best for his parents; often doing dangerous acts to get attention.

Although he is still young, he feels confident enough to take over his father’s mantle and fight for his country.

Shou Tucker

Unlike his father, however, he is level headed and is willing to risk his life for his subjects.

19. Tsukasa Shishiou From Dr. Stone

He is a headstrong, daring adolescent, anime villains who wanted to be the best for his parents; often doing dangerous acts to get attention.

Although he is still young, he feels confident enough to take over his father’s mantle and fight for his country.

Tsukasa Shishiou

Unlike his father, however, he is level headed and is willing to risk his life for his subjects.

18. Frieza From Dragon Ball Z

At his core, Frieza is an evil anime villains who relishes in pain, death, destruction, fear, and power.

 Though unlike most primary antagonists, Frieza displays a civilized and refined demeanor, talking with a regal and eloquent nature.

Frieza

In the Japanese versions, he even utilizes the Keigo dialect, which utilizes extremely respectful and formal phraseology.

17. Izaya Orihara From Durarara!!

Izaya claims to love humanity, although his definition of “love” is much different than one would assume.

What he specifically loves about humanity is the unpredictability of human nature, and he greatly enjoys putting people in enjoyable or chaotic situations in order to observe their reactions.

Izaya Orihara

With a thorough understanding of human behavior and tendencies, he is able to determine people’s thoughts and predict their reactions with high accuracy.

16. Hisoka Morow From Hunter x Hunter

Hisoka is portrayed as entirely self-serving, self-absorbed, and selfish; he does whatever he likes as long as it pleases him in some way.

This anime villains is insatiable love for spilling the blood of powerful fighters in combat and his enjoyment of extreme pain while doing so fuels his seemingly sadomasochistic desires.

Hisoka Morow

In order for them to grow to their full potential (so as to improve the pleasure of killing them later), Hisoka allows the main protagonists to live in situations wherein he is easily able to kill them.

15. Dio Brando From JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure

Dio is consistently manipulative and violently domineering, anime villains and has repeatedly shown a lack of conscience and empathy.

Dio’s most recognizable characteristics are his boundless ambition and his love of power.

Abused by his father, being underpriviledged and having lived in the most miserable living conditions, Dio set for himself the goal of becoming the richest, then the most powerful being on Earth.

Dio Brando

To do so, Dio used anything or anyone that he could in order to further his goals, disregarding any kind of morality that would restrain the range of actions available to him.

14. Muzan Kibutsuji From Demon Slayer

Muzan is cold-hearted, ruthless and exceptionally intelligent anime villains. He sees no value in any humans he has encountered and shows little value in his own subordinates.

Rarely ever visually upset or happy, he appears completely monotone and detached on most occasions, even when he callously murders his own subordinates.

Muzan Kibutsuji

The only times he ever shows emotion are when his vision of perfection is moving forward or when he has subordinates completely submit to his will.

13. Toichiro Suzuki From Mob Psycho 100

Being one of the most powerful individuals in the series, Toichiro is naturally a very arrogant, pretentious, egotistic and unfeeling anime villains.

Throughout his life, as he learned of his psychic powers and how exceptional he was in comparison to even other espers, he began to see himself as the absolute being of Earth who deserved to rule it.

Toichiro Suzuki

This is also because throughout his 20 years of exploring the world, he never encountered an esper more powerful than himself.

12. Nagato From Naruto: Shippuden

Nagato was a sensitive anime villains, prone to crying over the sufferings of himself and others.

When he met Yahiko he tried to break this habit by following Yahiko’s philosophy that crying wouldn’t change anything, but the attempt was unsuccessful. 

Nagato

Jiraiya later pointed out to him that his sensitivity was actually a strength, as it allowed him to understand pain better and, in turn, be kinder to others.

11. Petelgeuse Romanée-Conti From Re: Zero

Petelgeuse preferred to talk while in weird positions, such as tilting his head or bending his waist and also liked to engage in self harming activities such as crushing his own fingers, pulling his hair out, smashing his head onto nearby walls of the cave he was situated in etc.

The principles of this anime villains is living consist of diligence and love, his reason for living to prove that.

Petelgeuse Romanée-Conti

His love for Satella was the largest among the Sin Archbishops. He diligently followed orders, always acting first in various situations, causing his name to be well known.

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