Sonic and prove that he is better than him. Of course, this humorous pettiness goes unquestioned, because it's supported by Luthor's actual example in the previous season. There is some slight justification as his species are in fact Made of Evil, and if they don't let out their "bitchiness" on a frequent basis it takes the form of a poisonous bile that kills them. In For Love of Magic Lucius Malfoy keeps Penelope Clearwater from getting a decent job after she graduates because she once gave his son detention. Some of his acts include stealing all the water in Miseryville for his pool, forcing his Yes-Man to fetch him something, then complaining he did it wrong no matter how accurate he gets it, and other such acts. While there's children to make sad, While there's candy to be had, Whille there's pockets to be pick, While there's grannies left to trip down the stairs, I'll be there, I'll be waiting 'round the corner, It's a game, I'm glad I'm in it, 'Cause. And a plot point, believe it or not. The Ring, in short, gets to serve mischief rather than capital-E evil: Dagol only wants to possess it, and is promptly murdered before he can do something with.
The Tell - Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
A Moral message of A Good Man is Hard to find
In X-Men, Sabretooth is most famous for his truly grisly acts of evil, including a wanton love of slaughter and casual cannibalism. Mindy Weisels glass installation at The Eretz Yisrael Museum. In-universe, post-war historians are baffled at the insanity of diverting a considerable amount of military manpower and resources to what is effectively glorified vandalism. An antidote to death and destruction. Assassin's Creed II featured several villains who seemed mainly to be involved with the Knights Templar for political cover who are as mean, vicious, and cruel as possible, though Vieri de' Pazzi and Marco Barbarigo stand out as the most overt examples; overall, the Templar. Pretty much anything that Nevel does is out of pettiness rather than actual evil.