Who is the Greatest Cartoon Villain?


Megatron – Transformers


Shredder – Turtles


Mumm-Ra – Thundercats


Ming the Merciless – Defenders of the Earth

Dick Dastardly

Dick Dastardly – Wacky Races

Cyril Sneer

Cyril Sneer – The Racoons


It’s a question that is possibly more important than ‘How did the universe begin?’, ‘Where do babies come from?’ and ‘Does God exist?’

Who is the greatest cartoon villain of all time in the history of animated cartoon series ever!

I’ve picked my favourite thirteen pesky recurring villains. Those devious swines are always out to destroy our heroes, take over the world or simply win the race or get the girl. I don’t know who is the greatest out of these so I’m leaving it up to you to decide! Sure, there are plenty of other villains out there – these are just a few that stuck with me through childhood.

So give us a vote and let us know who you love to hate. If you think someone else is more worthy then leave us a comment below and let us know!

Baron Greenback

Baron Greenback – Dangermouse


Bluto – Popeye


Gargamel – Smurfs


Venger – Dungeons and Dragons

Dr Claw

Dr Claw – Inspector Gadget


Hordak – She-Ra


Skeletor – He-Man








Written by Joseph Monahan – writer/director at Berry Productions


Download Joe’s comedy sci-fi book, Intergalactic Terrorist.




About Berry Productions

We are Berry Productions – an independent filmmaking team based in Hull, East Yorkshire, UK. Making films since 2004

Posted on June 15, 2014, in Other and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Surly the Hooded Claw from Penelope Pitstop should be on that list

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