Akainu (One Piece)
Hisoka (Hunter X Hunter)
Johan Liebert (Monster)
Light Yagami (Death Note)
I support Ginjou for Best Villain.
Edit: I changed my vote.
Last edited by crimsonlink310; December 27, 2011 at 12:31 AM.
I think Griffith is more towards an antagonist than villain. But if its possible, I'll nominate Griffith from Berserk
as the best villain. A villain is only good if you can at least understand a little about him, the golden age arc blew me away
and everything about Griffith makes him not only scary but charismatic. It takes a good villain to do that.
I nominate Pitou from Hunter x Hunter for best villain.
He made Gon snap in a most epic way.
I nominate Prime Minister Kujou from Bloody Monday (season 3 anyway). All that he's done, it was really a freakin' left ball. X_x Plus the fact that he's never been found out and was extremely close to success says it all, although Fujimaru thwarted him every time. Or maybe the PM let Fujimaru thwart him, dunno.
Sorry for mislooking it guys..and thanks a lot zellogan for telling me
I change my nomination to Akainu from one piece.
I nominate Jabberwock from beelzebub for best villain.
Tottally dominating over Toujou and Oga after all the training.
I nominate Father from Full Metal Alchemist as best villain
Last edited by BBB Banana; December 19, 2011 at 05:42 PM.
I CAN'T BELIEVE NO ONE NOMINATE SEPHIROTH
I'll nominate Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7 (preferably, Sephiroth from Advent Children because he is such a badass in there) for the Best Villian then XD
Or did they released a series that I did not know?
Anyway, just because for the counts, I support Hisoka nomination. He's one of those characters that without a background has a strong and coherent personality. His ability even simple achieves surprising the reader every time.
And He's a red-haired pervert. Nothing can't be more awesome than that.
I nominate Yasu from Umineko no Naku Koro Ni instead. Since the mysteries still happen in both anime and manga, it still makes him/her exist right? XD
Because this person could create anything, any personality and do any shits. Just a single mistake in your sentence and you'll be trapped in magical world for 10 years+ with different kind of murders repeating themselves. How awesome is that?
Throwing in my support for Tobi. The fandom has a split opinion of how good of a villain he is depending on personal taste, but I personally love his manipulate genius and perseverance. No matter how people view him from a personal perspective, everyone has to acknowledge how central he has been in pretty much every major conflict in the last two decades.
I'll say Light Yagami *epic soundtrack* and NOMINATE HIM.
Do I need to say why I nominate him? >.<
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