I'm mixed on Chicken Suit Guy because, while he was in many ways a more natural and realistic villain to toys on a conceptual level, there wasn't much to him. Which was the point, but I just couldn't get as drawn into the conflict of the film because of it - the Prospector was more impactful because he had a real motive. Sid and Lotso were also fleshed out (the former through subtle backdrop info that implies a rough household, the latter through an outright backstory dump).
All he really did was destroy toys because he was at that age where he just wanted to fuck shit up without actual malicious intentions. Kid wasn't gonna go on to be a serial killer or anything. It's like saying the kid who uses a magnifying glass on ants is a villain.
I guess that means anyone whose ever used a stuffed toy during their teenage years to help them masturbate is a rapist because "they might secretly be alive".
Just because he wasn't a goody two shoes like Andy doesn't mean he was a bad kid. A bit reckless and could use a talking to at most.
This guy needs to be a reaction image, and he did basically nothing wrong. Literally Steve Jobs, but funnier.
Is Ozymandias even technically a villain? He did the right thing and saved the world, so maybe he's just an antagonist. On a related note, I'm so fucking sick of villains having to lose in /co/ shit. We need more stuff where that's not the case.
The voice casting is god tier, too
>His plan is to create a universal war out of curiosity.
>Most of KH's worlds are (mostly) beloved Disney worlds.
>YFW Xehanort's plan is to pretty much literally destroy the childhoods of many.
This is my opinion but...any villian that turn good in the end is not a villian.
A villian suppose to keep his goals until the very end.
Go home, Garou. Bang misses you
didn know this thread was for hasubando villians only.
yeah, well, I know that there supposed to be comic about Zuko's momaquest, where
Azula turns good, but I don't care for that expanded universe shit. For me Azula's part ended with her never even trying be good.
My headcanon is that Al got so devastated about the toys disappearing that he went, "OH FUCK THIS! fUCK EVERYTHING!" right at the end of this commercial and pulled out an AK-47 and ran into the Toy Barn and massacred everyone inside and then ate the muzzle, all while still wearing the chicken suit.
He got by far the worst treatment out of any of the toy story villains.
Sid was scared for a few minutes but eventually he'd have wrote it off and forgotten about it.
Stinky Pete got to live as one of the few male figures in a collection full of barbies. That's not even a punishment, after he gets over not being in some stiffling tokyo museum he'll realize he was given the fucking jackpot and his 'bad end' is way fucking better then his dream.
Lotso got strapped to the front of a truck, where he'll stay forever, getting covered in insects and mud and shit, unable to move a limb to protect himself. Also the mere act of being tied to the front of a moving vehicle is terrifying and traumatizing enough, if that was a human anybody would reasonably call it eternal torture.
I love villains with a code of honor.
>anyone whose ever used a stuffed toy during their teenage years to help them masturbate
trying to confess something here, you freak? 'cause i've never heard of this as a normal teenage thing to do.
I used to pop my Barbies' heads off, stuff 'em with ketchup, put them back on, then throw them to the dogs so they would rip them open and eat the ketchup. Afterward I would
cry to my dad and tell him my brother did it.
A bit early to know for certain, but it's basically Frieza.
> It's like saying the kid who uses a magnifying glass on ants is a villain.
There's actually an entire movie based on that concept.
Bullied kid fries ants to vent, gets shrunken down to the size of an ant and experiences life with them, coming back with a newfound respect.
Ants have their own religion in which the mother of all ants will some day return and it'll rain nectar from the sky.
>Moral was how kill animals for food is wrong
>Meanwhile there is a sentient hamburger literally made up of another dead creature, as well as chicken and shrimp and about 60% of all the food were once living animals
It still managed to be funny but what the fuck?
>It still managed to be funny
The movie's humor was limited to food puns and fart jokes, like most kid's movies. Shit, the only time I cracked a grin was watching Chester's wacky-ass tics and movements, since he was pretty much the only character who actually seemed expressive. But anyways, that's a really good point. I still don't understand why they tried to push what was basically an ad for veganism as the moral, but then again the whole thing seemed sort of messy and rushed. And why did they decide the machine could go from making big-ass food in the first movie to creating sentient life? Makes no sense whatsoever.
I'm not advocating for the quality of the second movie, but there was a natural progression.
>machine makes food
>then bigger food
>then living, animalistic food
>we see animalistic food
>then sentient food
depending on which thread you got to on /aco/, he got a pretty good end
He's making shit you'd see in a Hieronymus Bosch painting, clearly very creative despite his dysfunctional home. Experiments with shit like fireworks just to see what will happen, and somehow he's the villain because he doesn't know toys are alive.
God it looks so retarded.
So much buildup for Thunder Thighs Candace
It's a damn damn damn damn DAMN shame that they neutered the character in general and then noncanonized the best version
1000% agree, the episode he shows up in is one of Tatravosky's best works.
>those Jedi freaking the fuck out
>that army outside
>that desperate escape
>those tacticool goddamn Arc Troops
Yeah, I forgot about the last part of the first one. I still think it was a really dumb idea though. The book's original concept basically treated the food as weather, and the stuff that caused everyone to leave was like an allegory for superstorms and hurricanes and shit like that. Introducing living food was really weird, but I guess the only thing the two works have in common is the name and a few concepts.
Because, as I understand, being a Force User is basically like spending your life as one big quick-time event. Or a rhythm game.
You can win if you time your beats right, but you can't really change how the song or the dance goes.