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Evil-doer

Alias

The Red Death (La Muerte Roja in Spanish)Big Daddy ThraxRed

Occupation

VirusTerroristGang leaderSerial killer

Powers / Skills

Cellular disintegration (living or material, with his index claw)Using his coat as a gliderVirus mimicrySuper strengthHand-to-hand combat skillsHigh intelligenceManipulationCharisma

Hobby

Humming the “Fever” theme.

Goals

Kill each victim faster than the previous to be recorded in the medical books as the deadliest virus ever by killing Frank DeTorre within two days without any interference from Osmosis Jones or anyone else (almost succeeded, but ultimately failed).

Type of Villain

Parasitic Serial Killer

Ya see this? This here little DNA bead comes from a little girl in Riverside, California. Didn’t like to wash her hands. Took me three whole weeks. And this one. Nice lady in Detroit, Motown; Six days flat. Then there’s this old guy in Philly. I killed him in seventy-two hours. Yeah, I’m getting better as I go along, baby, but the problem is I never set a record! Until my man Frank, that is. I’m gonna take him down in forty-eight hours! Get my own chapter in the medical books!

~ Thrax talking to a group of germ thugs, explaining his wicked evil plan to break his record by killing Frank DeTorre in two days.

Thrax is the main antagonist of the 2001 Warner Bros. hybrid film Osmosis Jones.
He is an extremely virulent, contagious, and pestilential anthropomorphic virus, as well as a disturbingly vicious, dangerous, and intimidating murderer, who strives to be remembered as the deadliest virus known to man. However, his plan was foiled by Osmosis Jones and Drix.
He was voiced by Laurence Fishburne, who also played Jimmy Jump in New Jack City, Omar in Ride Along, Sade in Standoff and Bill Foster in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Biography
Before the events of the film, Thrax killed three victims which was a little girl who didn’t like to wash her hands in 3 weeks, then killed a nice lady in 6 days and then an old man in 72 hours.
By the beginning of the film, Thrax enters the body of Frank DeTorre, a zookeeper without the slightest regard for hygiene and health, when the latter eats an egg that was just spat by a chimp onto the ground. By doing so, he infiltrates the City of Frank, a huge metropolis inside Frank’s body in which each of his body cells is living a life identical to that of humans, with white blood cells as cops and germs as criminals.
Thrax casually murders the two witnesses of his arrival, uses their boat to go down Frank’s throat which he also causes a throat inflammation and goes to the germs’ headquarters in Frank’s armpit. There, he quickly takes control of the germs’ gang by killing their leader Scabies; and plans to take advantage of Frank’s poor health condition to operate undetected.
The titular primary protagonist is Osmosis “Ozzy” Jones, one of Frank’s white blood cells who was demoted from the police after he activated the emergency evacuation (i.e., throwing up), to get rid of germs from polluted oysters, which was seen as “unnecessary force” gets reluctantly teamed up with a rule-abiding cold pill named Drix (Drixenol) to investigate the throat inflammation (in fact Thrax’s doing) with the latter unknowingly covering up the evidence of Thrax’s arrival, and they discover that something far more dangerous is going on. Ozzy and Drix investigate the nose dam where Thrax and his gang destroy the dam to make it look like a common cold. Before making his escape, Ozzy sees Thrax before rescuing Drix from the mucus overflow of the nose. Even after Jones reveals that he saw Thrax as the cause, the incompetent and election-obsessed Mayor Phlegmming (who is to blame for Frank’s disastrous lifestyle) dismisses his warnings and states it to be nothing more than a “common cold”. However, Drix sticks with Ozzy and they learn from flu vaccine informant, Chill, that Thrax is at a zit nightclub where there is a meeting being held there.
Jones uses his body-altering abilities to pass as a germ and infiltrates a meeting of Thrax and his thugs inside the zit to get in on what is going on. There, he discovers that Thrax is a deadly virus and serial killer whose purpose is to kill each person he contaminates faster than the last and is now planning to murder Frank within 48 hours (which is faster than any virus has killed) so that he will be a famous killer and get his own chapter in the medical books. When Ozzy is caught, Drix barges in just as Thrax was about to incinerate him. After a brief battle, the zit is destroyed in the explosion of a medicine grenade, killing most of Thrax’s gang and seemingly Thrax himself as well.
Yet, the virus has survived and is hiding in a toenail with Joe Cramp and Bruiser left. As Thrax prepares to get back on schedule, Bruiser suggests they incubate for a while as they are a few in numbers (which would mean Thrax won’t be able to break his record). Very angered, desperate and disillusioned, Thrax kills both Cramp and Bruiser in an explosion, heading off to finish things as a lone wolf.
Phlegmming fires both Ozzy and Drix with the latter being forced to leave due to the fact that he’s only but a hyped-up cold medicine for ‘temporary relief’. Despite being fired, Ozzy believes that things will be normal. However, Thrax infiltrates the brain and attacks Frank’s hypothalamus where he steals a DNA bead from it, causing his body temperature to skyrocket. This makes Ozzy realize that Thrax is alive and manages to convince Drix to stay. Meanwhile, Leah Estrogen, the mayor’s assistant and Ozzy’s love interest, starts suspecting that something is amiss, but even when he can no longer ignore the situation, Phlegmming keeps underestimating it. Leah starts her own investigation in the brain and discovers what is going on and alerts the security by activating the alarm. Thrax manages to avoid security by hiding in the memory room but gets disturbed by Frank’s memories and manages to escape the room. Leah stumbles upon Thrax, who takes her hostage. Meanwhile, the entire city is devastated in a fire under Phlegmming’s disbelieving and remorseful eyes.
Frank is rushed to the hospital in critical condition where the doctors and nurses try everything to cool him down but don’t seem to know what the problem is. Ozzy and Drix catch up to Thrax and Leah, rescuing her, but not before Drix manages to shoot Thrax’s claw with a freezing blast, preventing him from using it.
Thrax triggers a sneeze to exit Frank’s body, followed by Ozzy who used Drix’s cannon to propel himself after his foe, landing in Frank’s daughter Shane’s eye.
Ozzy and Thrax engage in a fistfight, with Ozzy altering his body structure to better fight his foe, fighting him evenly. Unfortunately, the ice around Thrax’s claw is shattered, and he manages to catch Ozzy before proceeding to strangle him with the DNA chain. However, he and Osmosis are sent flying by one of Shane’s tears. Thrax attempts to stab Jones with his claw, madly gloating that he will break his record with Shane (whom he calls “Frank’s pretty little girl”) as soon as Frank dies, but Ozzy reveals that he trapped him on the girl’s fake eyelash that is about to fall.
Ozzy clings to Shane’s real eyelash, with the DNA chain still around his neck, while Thrax falls into a bottle of rubbing alcohol, dissolving himself in a painful death. Just as Frank reaches 108 degrees and goes into cardiac arrest, Ozzy uses Shane’s teardrop to re-enter Frank’s body and return the stolen DNA bead, saving Frank’s life in extremis. Ozzy and Drix are then declared heroes for saving Frank with Ozzy getting his old job back and Drix being allowed to stay in Frank’s body.

Appearance
Thrax is a one-of-a-kind virus, characterized as a very tall and strong humanoid clad in black, with a long black coat that enables him to glide in the air, and a pair of dark shades he often wears. He has red skin, purple tentacle-like dreadlocks, yellow eyes, fangs, and clawed fingers, with a long claw on his left index finger that can burn any cell it touches, be it living or material. His way of killing people is comparable to an extremely intense fever, raising the body heat until it can no longer bear it.

Personality
At first glance, Thrax appears to be collected, sophisticated, charismatic, and polite, but he is actually a cruel, heartless, sadistic, and horrendous villain.
Thrax is notable for being a very dark and threatening villain in an otherwise lighthearted comedy. As a serial killer, he lives for breaking the record of causing death in the fewest time possible, which he regards as a challenge. He wants the doctors to give him his own chapter in the medical books. He is sadistic, greatly delighting in causing death and suffering to people and cells alike, and he is also intensely proud of his killing spree, often bragging about his many victims, among other displays of macabre and dark humor. Thrax has a tendency to be sarcastic, making dry comments about the somewhat poor quality of Frank’s criminal underworld, calling it “scums”.
He always keeps a chain made of the DNA of all of his victims as a creepy and scary keepsake and often singsongs Peggy Lee’s “Fever” song when spreading his disease as a twisted sense of irony. He had a brief comedic moment when he discovered Frank’s memories, remarking that he was sick even before he entered Frank’s body.
He is also shown to have an extremely temperamental and volatile temper despite his often charming and respectful ways and often flies into short yet fiery rages at the prospect of obstacles. He hates being compared to the Ebola virus, comparing it to dandruff. He prides himself in having never been spotted by his victims’ organism before (until he entered Frank and Osmosis found out about him), and opposition only makes him more reckless, psychopathic, and unhinged. This is shown when he decides to kill his remaining recruits just because they suggested incubating so they can recruit reinforcements.
Despite his violent tendencies, Thrax is meticulous, intelligent, and knowledgeable about human anatomy; knowing how to blend among common viruses, how to cover his tracks, and where to strike as efficiently as possible. Yet, his obsession with keeping his perfect record at all costs would lead to his downfall.

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Although he did not know it, Thrax getting his own chapter in the medical books would have also been his undoing if not for Ozzy and Drix, since the doctors would eventually discover how to cure him. However, how long this would take is unknown, meaning that Thrax may have been able to kill more victims, as well as Frank. Thus, he had the potential to cause a pandemic, if able to travel around the world fast enough.
Furthermore, should Thrax succeed in killing Frank, he would have killed Shane at a faster time.
When asked what the story is with Frank, one of the doctors replies, “I don’t know. I don’t know what it is,” which means that Thrax could be a new virus that developed or a biological weapon. Also, Thrax doesn’t really do what a virus usually does because he’s a serial killer more interested in killing rather than multiplying and staying alive.
Thrax’s name comes from the real-life disease “anthrax”, though Thrax cannot be likened to any real-life virus. However, the symptoms resemble an exceptionally violent version of Scarlet Fever or hyperpyrexia.
Thrax is described as La Muerte Roja (Red Death), in reference to the Edgar Allen Poe story Masque of the Red Death. However, the symptoms of the disease in the story bear little resemblance to the symptoms caused by Thrax.
The song that Thrax hums throughout the film is called “Fever”.
Despite the film’s failure for critical viewers, Thrax has been praised, mostly due to the criticism for the film being the live-action portions while the animated scenes were praised.
Thrax’s design was inspired by Morpheus from The Matrix franchise, who was also portrayed by Laurence Fishburne. In an additional reference to The Matrix, while Jones and Thrax were fighting, the camera angles mirror that of The Matrix.
During his fight with Ozzy when he goes into his low-sweep kick, anyone can see an animation goof in Thrax’s turtleneck where it is not filled in the chest region.
Thrax is the first animated movie character to be voiced by Laurence Fishburne.
Thrax collecting some DNA from the hypothalamus as a trophy is accurate to real viruses that pick up samples of their host DNA and carry it with them.
He is shown to be left-handed, as he always slashes with his left hand.
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Mr. Tinkles |
Calico |
The Russian |
Thrax |
Mayor Phlegmming |
Thrax’s Henchmen |
Alonzo Harris |
Roger |
Lord Voldemort |
Quirinus Quirrell |
Draco Malfoy |
Mountain Troll |
The Dursleys |
Argus Filch |
Terry Benedict |
Burke Bennett |
Frank Stokes |
Merv Green |
Buggy Ding Dong |
Parade of Hope |
Rainbow Randolph |
Morlocks (Über-Morlock) |
Richard Haywood |
Justin Pendleton |
Walter Finch |
Scrappy-Doo |
N’ Goo Tuana |
Zarkos |
Demons |
Luna Ghost |
Akasha |
Spiders (Consuela & Tank) |
Mayor Wade |
Alistair Pratt |
Jeannine Richardson |
Jack Ferriman |
Francesca |
Lucius Malfoy |
Basilisk |
Gilderoy Lockhart |
Acromantula (Aragog & Acromantula Colony) |
Salvatore Maggio |
Frankie Lombardo |
Mr. Smith
Mr. Gray |
Byrus |
Machines (The Architect) |
The Merovingian |
Agent Thompson |
Agent Jackson |
Twins |
Bane |
Vamps |
T-X |
T-1 |
Skynet |
Deus Ex Machina |
Trainman |
Mr. Chairman |
Bob Smith |
Robo Dog |
Henry James |
Jay McPherson |
China |
Luther |
Martin Asher |
Jonathan Jacobo |
Samuel Bicke |
Peter Pettigrew |
Dementors |
Marge Dursley |
Stan Shunpike |
Fiona Montgomery |
Shelby Cummings |
Brianna Montgomery |
Gabriella Montgomery |
Patience Phillips/Catwoman |
Hedare Beauty (Laurel Hedare & George Hedare) |
Clara Dalrymple |
Sir Trenton |
Trenton’s Pride |
Gabriel |
Mammon |
Balthazar |
Lucifer Morningstar |
Bo Sinclair |
Vincent Sinclair |
Guy of Lusignan |
Raynald of Châtillon |
Ra’s al Ghul |
Scarecrow |
Carmine Falcone |
League of Shadows (Decoy of Ra’s al Ghul) |
Victor Zsasz |
Arthur Slugworth |
Dr. Bernard Merrick |
Tom Lincoln |
Boss Hogg |
Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane |
Barty Crouch Jr. |
Nagini |
Igor Karkaroff |
Rita Skeeter |
Bill Cox |
V |
Adam Sutler |
Lewis Prothero |
Norsefire |
Peter Creedy |
Anthony Lilliman |
Delia Surridge |
Light Yagami |
Lex Luthor |
German Drinking Team |
Cherry |
Sister Summersisle |
Frank Costello |
Arnold French |
Colin Sullivan |
Captain Vidal |
Pale Man |
Colonel Coetzee |
Captain Poison |
Oliver Potter |
Walter Sparrow |
Zodiac Killer |
Arthur Leigh Allen |
Xerxes |
Willy Bank |
Dolores Umbridge |
Bellatrix Lestrange |
Ministry of Magic (Cornelius Fudge & John Dawlish) |
Kreacher |
Centaurs |
Karen Crowder |
Sam |
Steven Wilkins |
Mr. Kreeg |
Laurie |
Macy |
Alpha Male |
Darkseekers |
Sweeney Todd |
Nellie Lovett |
Judge Turpin |
Beadle Bamford |
Jonas Fogg |
Adolfo Pirelli |
Ellie Layton |
Royalton Industries (Arnold Royalton & Cruncher Block) |
Snake Oiler |
Agent 23 |
KAOS (Siegfried) |
Dalip |
Shtarker |
Joker |
Two-Face |
Sal Maroni |
Gambol |
Joker’s Thugs |
Spider |
Smokie |
T-RIP |
Serena Kogan |
Severus Snape |
Fenrir Greyback |
Esther Coleman |
Mr. Black |
Principal Deedle |
Ezekial Gallows |
Prudence Prufrock |
Alexa Concannon |
Babyface Killer |
Wilson Concannon |
Arlington Steward |
Decoy Queen |
Lord Henry Blackwood |
Lord Coward |
Irene Adler |
Rolf Woods |
Kitty Galore |
Paws |
Mayor Brown |
Chief of Staff |
Carnegie |
Wanda Grubwort |
Lake Monster |
Mal Cobb |
Rodney Cole |
Martin B |
Elizabeth Harris |
The Accountant |
Jonah King |
Blue Jones |
James Moriarty |
Sebastian Moran |
Keith Clayton |
Angelique Bouchard |
Dr. Julia Hoffman |
Collins Family |
Bane |
Talia al Ghul |
Barsad |
Catwoman |
John Daggett |
Hades |
Kraken |
Acrisius |
Medusa |
Prokopion |
Charon |
Kronos |
Ares |
Cyclopes |
Minotaur |
Makhai |
Azog |
Yazneg |
Great Goblin |
Gollum |
Smaug |
Witch-king of Angmar |
Khamûl |
Sauron |
Mickey Cohen |
Jay Gatsby |
Daisy Buchanan |
Tom Buchanan |
Myrtle Wilson |
George Wilson |
General Fallon |
Giants |
Lord Roderick |
Wickie |
Precursors |
Kaiju (Trespasser, Knifehead, Mutavore, Otachi, Leatherback, Raiju, Scunner, Onibaba & Slattern) |
Bathsheba Sherman |
Annabelle the Doll |
Keller Dover |
Holly Jones |
Bolg |
Master of Laketown |
Alfrid Lickspittle |
Pearly Soames |
Lucifer |
Artemisia |
R.I.F.T. (Bree Nevins) |
M.U.T.O. |
Mimics |
Disciples of the Ram (Annabelle Higgins & Thin Man) |
Dr. Mann |
Torturer of Dol Guldur |
Balem Abrasax |
Titus Abrasax |
Immortan Joe |
Cult of the V8 (Rictus Erectus, Prime Imperator, Bullet Farmer, People Eater, Organic Mechanic, Coma-Doof Warrior, Nux, Slit, Ace, Morsov & War Boys) |
Daniel Riddick |
Susan Riddick |
Tyler Harne |
Deputy Stack |
Emilio |
Victoria Vinciguerra |
Ricky Conlan |
Apollo Creed |
Bodhi |
Samsara |
Valak |
Léon Rom |
Lamar Blackburn |
Braxton |
Gellert Grindelwald |
Credence Barebone |
New Salem Philanthropic Society (Mary Lou Barebone) |
Gnarlak |
Skullcrawlers (Skull Devil) |
Preston Packard |
King Vortigern |
Mordred |
Wallace Corporation (Niander Wallace & Luv) |
Pennywise |
Bowers Gang (Henry Bowers, Patrick Hockstetter, Belch Huggins & Vic Criss) |
Alvin Marsh |
Butch Bowers |
Leonard Dekkom |
Duncan Taylor |
Phoenix Buchanan |
Homunculi (Lust, Envy, Gluttony & Mannequin Soldiers) |
Major General Hakuro |
Father Cornello |
Shou Tucker |
Truth |
Mathias Vogel |
Ana Miller |
Nolan Sorrento |
Innovative Online Industries (I-R0k, F’Nale Zandor & Sixers) |
Claire Wyden |
Brett Wyden |
George, Ralph and Lizzie |
Damian Lewis |
Jack Morris |
Duke of St. Carta |
Vinda Rosier |
Abernathy |
Queenie Goldstein |
Gunnar Grimmson |
Krall |
Carrow |
Corvus Lestrange |
Ivan Drago |
Viktor Drago |
Ludmilla Drago |
Shere Khan |
Tabaqui |
La Llorona |
Patricia Alvarez |
Howard Clifford |
Ditto |
Sebastian |
Ann Laurent |
King Ghidorah |
Rodan |
Alan Jonah |
Asher Jonah |
Emma Russell |
The Bride |
The Black Shuck |
The Ferryman |
The Samurai |
Toy Monkey |
Maryville Cemetery Ghosts |
Critters |
The Banana Splits (Fleegle, Drooper, Snorky & Bingo) |
Poppy |
Karl |
Leo |
Cry Baby |
Kelly |
The Principal |
The Biology Teacher |
Webby Garton |
Steven Dubay |
Chris Unwin |
Tom Rogan |
Arthur Fleck |
Penny Fleck |
Clowns (Clown & Ambulance Clown) |
Wall Street Three |
Penny Fleck’s Boyfriend |
Rose the Hat |
The True Knot |
Andrei Sator |
Priya Singh |
Zelda |
Consuella |
Esmerelda |
Saoirse |
Terrance Mendoza |
Butch |
Mechagodzilla |
Apex Cybernetics (Walter Simmons, Ren Serizawa & Maia Simmons) |
Shang Tsung |
Sub-Zero |
Mileena |
Reiko |
Kano |
Kabal |
Goro |
Reptile |
Nitara |
Shao Kahn |
Al-G Rhythm |
Pete |
Goon Squad |
Baron Vladimir Harkonnen |
Count Glossu Rabban |
Piter de Vries |
Helen Mohiam |
Gabriel |
The Analyst |
Riddler |
Penguin |
Carmine Falcone |
Joker

Animated TelevisionThe Grinch |
Snow Miser |
Heat Miser |
Brutus |
Plato |
Tax Collectors |
Jack Frost |
Aeon the Terrible |
Winterbolt |
Scratcher |
Sam Spangles |
Ice Dragons |
Genie of the Ice Scepter |
Old Mag the Hag |
King Awgwa |
Smoke |
The Machine |
The Shark |
Cousin Mel |
I.M. Slime |
Montana Max |
Elmyra Duff |
The Brain |
Katie Ka-Boom |
Satan |
Walter Wolf |
Sid the Squid |
Beanie the Bison |
Snowball |
General Parvo |
Werewolves |
General Grievous |
Dr. Nuvo Vindi |
Wat Tambor |
Son |
Savage Opress |
Riff Tamson |
Pong Krell |
Keeper Agruss |
Darth Maul |
Saw Gerrera |
North Wind |
Hervnick Z. Snerz |
Goat |
Yes-Man |
The Dooka of Yookia |
The Dookess of Zookia |
Philip Trousers |
Marilyn Blouse

Live-Action TelevisionKurt Barlow |
Richard Straker |
Marsten House |
Jack MacGruder |
Gavin Belson |
Jian-Yang |
Tito Flores |
Gideon Lyon |
Eddie Flores |
Ronnie Delgrado |
Levon Tibibian |
Nathan Riggs |
Tom Barnes |
Sofia Vasquez |
Calvin Marks |
Tom Kessler |
Sven Olsen |
Victor Vasquez |
Father Blackwood |
Billy Marlin |
Madame Satan |
Weird Sisters (Prudence Blackwood, Agatha Night, Dorcas Night) |
Batibat |
Crimson Avenger |
Plague Kings (Beelzebub, Asmodeus & Purson) |
The Pagans (Pan, Circe & Nagaina) |
Green Man |
Caliban |
Jimmy Platt |
Dorian Gray |
Bartel |
Jerathmiel |
Mehitable |
Aphophis |
Satan

Video GamesAlma Wade |
Paxton Fettel |
The Creep |
Armacham Technology Corporation (Harlan Wade) |
Swan |
Dark Purveyors (Zed, Vikke, Mariska, Josey & Lewis Legend) |
Killabilly |
Zombies |
Forrest Blackwell |
Rex Fury |
Sauron |
Black Hand of Sauron |
Celebrimbor |
Tower of Sauron |
Hammer of Sauron |
Lord Vortech |
Children of Arkham (Vicki Vale, Oswald Cobblepot & Blockbuster) |
Catwoman |
Two-Face |
Falcone Crime Family |
Joe Chill |
Victor Zsasz |
John & Patricia Vale |
Gotham Criminal Triumvirate (Thomas Wayne, Hamilton Hill & Carmine Falcone) |
The Pact (Riddler, Harley Quinn, Bane, Mr. Freeze, John Doe & Eli Knable) |
The Agency (Amanda Waller & Roger Harrison) |
Rumi Mori |
Willy Deever |
SANCTUS |
Zog the Eternal |
Brûz the Chopper |
Patricia Rakepick |
Merula Snyde

ShortsDaffy Duck |
Sylvester |
Tasmanian Devil |
Wile E. Coyote |
Elmer Fudd |
Yosemite Sam |
Marvin the Martian |
Instant Martians |
Gossamer |
Tom |
Jerry |
Spike |
Butch

MusicCrazy Taxi Driver |
Cry Baby |
Big Bad Wolf |
Mr. Potato Head

See AlsoA Song of Ice and Fire Villains |
A. Film Production Villains |
Adventure Time Villains |
Amblin Entertainment Villains |
Animaniacs Villains |
Aquaman Villains |
Archieverse Villains |
Arkhamverse Villains |
Arrowverse Villains |
Batgirl Villains |
Batman Villains |
Batman Beyond Villains |
Batwoman Villains |
Ben 10 Villains |
Birds of Prey Villains |
Black Lightning Villains |
Blade Runner Villains |
Blue Beetle Villains |
Blumhouse Productions Villains |
Captain Planet Villains |
Cartoon Network Villains |
Castle Rock Entertainment Villains |
Catwoman Villains |
Cats & Dogs Villains |
Christopher Nolan Villains |
Constantine: The Hellblazer Villains |
Danmachi Villains |
DC Animated Universe Villains |
DC Animated Movie Universe Villains |
DC Extended Universe Villains |
DC Super Hero Girls Villains |
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Villains |
Die Hard Villains |
Doom Patrol Villains |
DreamWorks Villains |
Dune Villains |
Eraser Villains |
Flash Villains |
Fullmetal Alchemist Villains |
Gotham Villains |
Green Arrow Villains |
Green Lantern Villains |
Gremlins Villains |
Harley Quinn Villains |
Harry Potter Villains |
HBO Villains |
Hulu Villains |
Injustice Villains |
Justice League Villains |
Justice League Dark Villains |
Justice Society Villains |
Laika Villains |
Legendary Entertainment Villains |
Legion of Super-Heroes Villains |
LEGO Dimensions Villains |
Lethal Weapons Villains |
Lollipop Chainsaw Villains |
Loonatics Unleashed Villains |
Looney Tunes Villains |
Lucifer Villains |
Mad Max Villains |
Melanie Martinez Villains |
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Villains |
Middle-earth Villains |
MonsterVerse Villains |
Mortal Kombat Villains |
New Line Cinema Villains |
Pacific Rim Villains |
Peacemaker Villains |
Pokémon Villains |
Powerpuff Girls Villains |
Primal Villains |
Rankin/Bass Villains |
Regular Show Villains |
Rick and Morty Villains |
Robin Villains |
Robot Chicken Villains |
Rush Hour Villains |
Samurai Jack Villains |
Sesame Street Villains |
Scooby-Doo Villains |
SHAZAM Villains |
Sherlock Holmes Villains |
Smallville Villains |
South Park Villains |
Space Jam Villains |
Star Wars Villains |
Static Shock Villains |
Steel Villains |
Stephen King Villains |
Steven Universe Villains |
Studiocanal Villains |
SWAT Kats Villains |
Suicide Squad Villains |
Supergirl Villains |
Superman Villains |
Swamp Thing Villains |
Syfy Villains |
Teen Titans Villains |
Telltale Batman Villains |
Terminator Villains |
The Addams Family Villains |
The Banana Splits Movie Villains |
The Conjuring Villains |
The Hangover Villains |
The LEGO Movie Villains |
The Matrix Villains |
Tim Burton Villains |
Tiny Toon Adventures Villains |
Tom and Jerry Villains |
TMNT Villains |
V for Vendetta Villains |
Village Roadshow Pictures Villains |
Watchmen Villains |
Wild Wild West Villains |
WingNut Films Villains |
Wonder Woman Villains |
Xiaolin Showdown Villains |
Yu-Gi-Oh! Villains |
Young Justice Villains

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