Top 10 Anime Villians

Top 10 Anime Villians

Have you ever wondered about the top anime villains? Well thanks to us here at Gaming and Chill you can know our personal Top 10. Please leave a comment if you agree or disagree, and if you have a suggestion for a future top 10 please let us know.


10. Maximillion Pegasus

(2001, Yu-Gi-Oh)

Starting on THE FIRST episode of Yu-Gi-Oh in just the few moments he appeared, you could tell this gentleman was up to no good. He just had this foreboding bad guy energy


9. Goku Black

(2018, Dragon Ball Super)

While this character did appear in a movie, how canon those movies are is very dubious. When He appeared in Dragon Ball Super he solidified his place in the Dragon Ball Universe, and just by being a dark clone of Goku he immediately showed that he was going to be a force to be reckoned with.


8. Monokuma

(2015, Danganronpa: The Animation)


This monochromatic animatronic bear was the original killer long before FNAF was a thing. Trapping high school students in a modified battle royale, where they have to kill and get away with it. He makes the list because while he is a menace he is also a fourth wall breaking entity that provides some sensible chuckles


7. Dio Brando

(2016, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)

His introduction is as the son of a thief who conned the Joestar Family…And he kicked Jonathn Joestar’s Dog. This guy is a dick and we all know it.


6. Orochimaru

(2006, Naruto)

If you were into anime in the 2000’s you know this predominate character. Throughout the series this character managed to be both one of the most unsettling and somehow the most menacing villain, even when the characters have to face off against what basically is an alien Demon.


5. Frieza

(2005, Dragon Ball Z)

While not the first villain of the series, heck not even the first villian to kill one of Goku’s friends, he was the enemy that helped Goku unlock the Mythical Super Saiyan so he had to make the list


4. King Bradley

(2004/2010, Fullmetal Alchemist / Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood)

King Bradley was one of those villains that at first seems villainous at first, but then near the halfway point of the series he is shown to be villainous for another entire reason. While he is villainous he also appears to be sort of a family man, so this villain shows the duality of man.


3. Light Yagami

(2007, Death Note)

Some would say that while light is not 100% a villain, I would disagree. While he does start out with “good” intentions of only taking murders out of the world, he crosses the threshold into villain when he kills innocent FBI agents. He makes this list because of the ethical/moral dilema he makes the viewer partake in


2. Kyubey

(2011, Madoka Magica)

Kyubey makes it onto this list even though he is not strictly speaking a villain. His whole character is based around lies and making “Monkey Paw” deals with vulnerable girls to make them magical girls. These deals end up making the girls become the bad guys of the series. Kyubey takes on the role of the main villain in out hearts because of the lies and promises he makes to vulnerable individuals.


1. Shou Tucker

(2004/2010, Fullmetal Alchemist / Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood)

Can we all agree that this guy is just a dick? No? Get out! I mean he sacrifices his daughter just for his job. As a parent this guy makes my blood boil. He may not be the main villain of the series but this guy will always spiritually be the villain, because how realistic this character could be. People in our society choose work, money, streaming over family. Sure none of us will chemical our children with the dog, but we can do much worse.