Villainous Overview
The Complete Monsters

Complete Monsters

His eyes, unfathomably empty, devoid of all compassion, all humanity... No one has eyes like that... no one!
~ Captain America, on Red Skull.

Complete Monsters (also commonly known as Devils in Person and Pure Evils) are the most evil and worst type of villains, the wrongdoers who are completely evil. And for this kind of villain, doing evil for them is as natural as breathing. These evildoers must have absolutely no redeeming qualities, commit atrocious actions and show no regret and no remorse for their crimes, and commit actions that are extremely unforgivable. By the default, they have crossed the Moral Event Horizon. If these primary monsters do not die or get killed by protagonists in the end of the story or novel or series, it will usually lead to a sad or bad ending. However, some of these monsters can lead to downfall as Damned Souls after they die or are defeated by heroes. They are the direct opposite of Pure of Heart as heroes are incorruptible.


This type of villain is the last step from any imaginable bound. One that is beyond evil and wicked. They are truly irredeemable, as Complete Monsters are that type of wrongdoer that anyone cannot reason with. More than often, only by destroying them that they can be truly stopped.

Many of these evildoers fits in category called Masters of Horrors due to they are free from compassion, love and any shred of humanity. But a Complete Monster is not necessarily a Master of Horrors, as Masters of Horrors in general are far more horrifying than typical Complete Monsters. In fact, some fictions that featured both a Complete Monster and a Masters of Horrors often shows that Masters of Horrors usually pose greater threat than standard Complete Monsters that when comparing his deep they crossed MEH, Masters of Horrors usually beats Complete Monsters in terms of how deep they crossed.

But regardless, Complete Monsters are irredeemable. Some fictions that featured Complete Monsters in their stories may tested these characters whether they still had a shred of redeeming qualities or not by creating circumstances where these Complete Monsters brainwashed/possessed to the good side with side effect in form of them losing memories of their past as evil people (e.g. Professor Pericles, Darkroom). The true test began when they finally discovered their past identity as villains by uncovering their lost memories or belongings that they possesses when still evil, or both. Only true Complete Monsters that immediately returned to the dark path on a whim while the ones that had redeeming qualities would greatly depressed with their dark past and would try the best to redeeming themselves (more than often, these people had to use new identity for sake of people they used to antagonized as using their old identity will bring bad memories of their past self).

Some of this characters may started as either good guys, heroes, or minor characters whom ultimately turned to the dark side and ultimately went to the path that they can never return.

Requirements for a villain to be a Complete Monster:

  • They commit acts that are so atrocious by the standards of the story.
  • They are taken seriously, causing fear, disgust, and spite from other characters in the story.
  • They are hopelessly beyond redemption and never show any regret for their actions.

Anti-Villains can never qualify seeing as to how you are meant to sympathize with an anti-villain, even if you do not approve of their methods. Also, just being a obviously evil character such as a serial killer does not automatically make the villain a Complete Monster unless they are particularly brutal in nature.














Disney Kingdoms

  • The Reaper King (Seekers of the Weird)
  • George Willikers (Big Thunder Mountain Railroad)
  • The Captain (The Haunted Mansion)



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I met him fifteen years ago. I was told there was nothing left. No reason, no conscience, no understanding; even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, good or evil, right or wrong. I met this six-year-old child, with this blank, pale, emotionless face, and the blackest eyes... the Devil's eyes. I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I realized that what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... evil.
~ Dr. Sam Loomis describing his evil patient Michael Myers.
Men who kill without reason cannot be reasoned with.
~ Stoick the Vast describing Drago Bludvist.
The guy may seem plush and huggable on the outside, but inside.... he's a monster.
~ Buttercup telling Woody about Lotso's true nature.
I though he could help us defeat the Turtles, but he... he's insane!
~ Oroku Saki/Shredder on his alternate and more ruthless counterpart Ch'rell after having them team up backfires in Turtles Forever.
To Bill, it's just a game, but to us, it would mean... the end of our world.
~ Ford Pines on Bill Cipher and his plan.
This flower is perfect to turn those pesky superhero teams against each other! Of course, it doesn't work on a heartless creature like ME.
~ Black Hat describing the effects (and weaknesses) of the Flower of Pure Foulness.
You need to know who Saki, The Shredder, really is. He serves no great purpose, he fights no great evil. He is great evil. Any endeavor he undertakes, he does for his own selfish gain.
~ Splinter describing the Shredder.
You know you are involved with a sick man who will see you die? He will stand over your body, with your blood on his hands and I promise you he will laugh... not because your life means nothing to him -- but because death, for him -- is the punch line.
~ Harvey Dent on the Joker.
(2003 Leonardo: The Utrom Shredder isn't like your Shredder. He's vicious.) (2003 Donatello: Lethal.) (2003 Michelangelo: Competent!) (2003 Raphael: We go in, no saying if we come out.)
~ The 2003 Ninja Turtles explaining to the 1987 Ninja Turtles that the Utrom Shredder is a great deal of a threat in Turtles Forever.
He killed my parents, didn't he? The one who gave me this. [points to his scar. Hagrid looks hesitant to respond] You know, Hagrid, I know you do. (Hagrid: [sighs and leans towards him] First - and understand this, Harry, 'cause it's very important - not all wizards are good. Some of them go bad. And a few years ago, there was one wizard who went as bad as you can go. And his name was V-- [becomes tense] His name was V--) Maybe if you wrote it down? (Hagrid: Nah, I can't spell it. All right... [in a whisper] Voldemort.) Voldemort? (Hagrid: [frantically] Shh! It was dark times, Harry, dark times. Voldemort started to gather some followers; brought 'em over to the dark side. Anyone that stood up to him ended up dead. Your parents fought against him, but nobody lived once he decided to kill 'em. Nobody. Not one. Except you.) Me? Voldemort tried to kill... me? (Hagrid: Yes. That ain't no ordinary cut on yer forehead. A mark like that only comes from bein' touched by a curse, and an evil curse at that.) And what happened to Vol-- To You-Know-Who? (Hagrid: Well, some say he died. Codswallop in my opinion. Nope, I reckon he's still out there somewhere, too tired to carry on. But one thing's fer certain: Somethin' about you stumped him that night. That's why you're famous. That's why everyone knows your name. You're the Boy Who Lived.)
~ Hagrid tells Harry Potter about his nemesis Lord Voldemort.