15 Bad Guys Who Are Frightening Because They Were Right


Roy Batty. What was done to him and his kind was wrong and he had righteous anger.

Colonel Kurtz.

“We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won’t allow them to write “fuck” on their airplanes because it’s obscene.”

Magneto is my favorite villain of all time. Every time his motives are brought to light I get that “yeah, I kinda get it” moment

General Hummel from The Rock.

King Kong.

Not even because he was right. He was just alive. Minding his own business and blam….taken out of his home and made to be the villain without any choice. A real good example of human nature.


Count Dooku just straight up told Obi-Wan that the Sith control the Senate.

Mo jo jo jo from the Powerpuff girls.

He wanted to bring free energy and advanced technology to the people. And in one episode he actually did. He made the world an amazing place. And then the Powerpuff girls ruined it all.

Mr. Wilson from Dennis the menace.

Ken from The Bee Movie.

I too would go absolutely berserk if a talking bee stole my girlfriend and gaslit me into thinking I was crazy

GLaDOS – she was absolutely right, you are a terrible person

Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin from Spider-Man.

“In spite of everything you’ve done for them, eventually, they will hate you.” Dude was right about how the perception of public figures changes over time.

Where is Q from Star Trek? He introduced the Borg just to prove a point


The Boss MGS3

I raised you. I loved you. I’ve given you weapons, taught you techniques, endowed you with knowledge. There is nothing more for me to give you. All that’s left for you to take is my life, by your own hand. One must die and one must live. No victory, no defeat. The survivor will carry on the fight. It is our destiny… The one who survives will inherit the title of Boss. And the one who inherits the title of Boss will face an existence of endless battle.

Frankenstein’s “monster”.  Adam.


Created by a shortsighted, arrogant doctor as the first of his race, then denied the opportunity to be part of a community (of his own, manmade beings, or the human community). He only became monstrous after it became clear that Frankenstein would never create another of his kind, and was driven mad by his desire to punish Frankenstein’s hubris.

Maul. His last words before being captured by the Republic was, “YOU’RE ALL GOING TO BURN! YOU’RE ALL GOING TO DIE! YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING!

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