Exalted deconstructs every single trope that can be attributed to Heroism.
Anime and Manga Sio is this in Afro Samurai: That said, the runner up for evil things that Sio did in the story is her sexually humiliating an evil person who wanted to be sexually humiliated. Sio is such a designated villain, that in any other story or if the screentime focused on her Nora and krogstad in comparison than Afroshe could arguably be an anti-hero.
He is shown helping Jonouchi Joey on occasion, and is more just a jerk than an actual villain, but ends up selling his soul for power in the Doma arc anyway also only in the anime, making this a case of Adaptational Villainy.
Why did they want to expel Tokunosuke from the tournament? Because he was swindling people out of their Heart Pieces. He was breaking the rules of the tournament and directly screwing over other people.
Even if the punishment confiscating his deck and expelling him from the WDC for life was pretty excessive, Gauche and Droite were just doing their jobs. King Gurumes, the villain of the first Dragon Ball movie.
He ruled his land with tyranny because he became addicted to blood rubies. So Goku and his friends try to stop the evil king from gathering the Dragon Balls and making his "terrible wish" of wishing himself free of the blood ruby hunger Averted in the Japanese version, where he wanted to wish for finer foods.
Donan Cassim in Fang of the Sun Dougram. When the hero finds this out, he even rants about not needing sympathy for his actions. He was a Jerkass even when he was a good guy. He got his Poor Communication Kills from his mentor, who when he asked if there was any way to save everyone without killing everyone, just looked at him and was silent.
Lady Leknaat might have realized the comedy of errors in the ending, when she asked the world to forgive them all. Clair Leonelli in Heat Guy J. First, he starts off as a puppy-kicker with Joker Immunitythen inexplicably disappears for a while. In the manga, he belongs in the first category above; all he does is Kick the Dog for the sake of kicking the dog.
Star Driver has a bit of this. Even the leader of Adult Bank, President, who is a schoolgirl wife who kisses men other than her husband through the glass because her husband is never around - Openly!
After asking why else she would possibly have such a thing, both of her subordinates - who give her drinks and massages whenever she wants - simply stare at her, bewildered.
The only true villain in the series turns out to be Head who was manipulating the rest of Glittering Crux from the very beginning. Invoked in Ratman in that Hero and Villain are official designations in the society.
Humanity itself is eventually portrayed this way in Blue Genderwhere the Earth itself is spawning the Blue, horrific monsters, for the sole purpose of killing all humanity for daring to develop technology that elevated humans above the natural order.
The humans who try and flee Earth to settle on more hospitable planets elsewhere in the galaxy are portrayed as the worst of the worst. He gets this treatment again when he talks about his plans to challenge Norman, the Petalburg Gym Leader.
An in-universe example of Designated Villain would be Yuuya Mirokuji, who was supposed to be the main villain and leader of a street gang in his original work, but turns out to be a friendly, caring and intelligent guy.
Eventually, it even acts as Cool Big Bro for the rest of the Created group, than the designated Anti-Villain type for him. Comic Books Thanks to the crossover comic storyline Avengers vs.
X-MenCyclops is positioned as one of the most hated "villains" in-universe. No one in-universe brings up the fact that he was under the powers of a force strong enough to defeat Galactus in favor of just being a dick to him.
This includes Wolverine, a guy who killed another member of the X-Men Northstar while brainwashed. Cyclops reenters this post- Secret Wars where we find out that, despite uniting the mutant populace and bringing a level of peace through his rather unorthodox actions, the time skip has somehow made him a monster on the level of Adolf Hitler and yes, he was actually called that.
It was Emma Frost, who somehow convinced the world that he lead a group of mutants to alter the Terrigen Mists so that they would be safe for all. And he was disintegrated by Black Bolt for his actions! A minor example sees Hellion punished by Cyclops for killing Karima. He ends up being shipped off to Wolverine at the Jean Grey School, who goes so far as locking him up despite Logan having done far, far worse himself and been forgiven for it.
Yet pretty much every book Hellion appeared in at the time attempted to drive home just how horrible and wrong his actions were.
Numerous antagonists in the Chick Tracts. One example often given is Rev. Westhall, the title character in "Reverend Wonderful," who is a bad man for being a Christian pastor who nevertheless advocates brotherhood between the different religions.
At the end of the comic, once the cruise is over, Bugs tricks Daffy into signing a contract to work on the ship for two more weeks.Nora/Torvald and Christine/Krogstad are two fundamentally different sets of people. Nora and Torvald have been married for a long time and they do their best to make sure they are happy.
Nora loves Torvald very much and would do anything to for him. If Nora fails to prevent Krogstad from being fired, he will reveal her criminal actions and desecrate Torvald’s good name.
When Nora is unable to persuade her . Get an answer for 'I am having trouble coming up with a strong thesis for "A Doll's House".
Does anyone have any suggestions?' and find homework help for other A Doll's House questions at eNotes. Two on the same piece of wreckage would stand a better chance than each on their own” which shows that Krogstad needed her as much as she needed him. Mrs.
Linde belives that a husband and wife should be equals in a relationship and with this belief she tries convince Nora of opening up to Torvald. The relationship between Mrs.
Linde and Krogstad makes for a good comparison with Nora’s and Torvald’s marriage. Mrs. Linde’s and Krogstad’s decision to be together after all this time is sincere, sweet, and reasonable, even if they are choosing somewhat traditional gender roles.
Nil Krogstad is a man who lives his whole life in a mask and gains reputation of liar and hypocrite Henrik Ibsen, as an original dramatist, has neatly portrayed Nora and Nil by weaving similarities in their distinct life patterns Promising start: Krogstad had a fiancye Nora had the best life ever with a man she loved Criminal life: both.