these 7 cult quotes show that the bad guys are the best

Some quotes come to give cachet to the wicked, explain their journeys, or quite simply, sanctify them, define them and make us remember them. Today, we are going to discover 7 cult lines of manga villains among our favorites.

#1 Dio – Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures

I reject my humanity, Jojo!

Few replicas of this top can claim to have been taken as many times as this one.. Dio is the iconic manga villain Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures and this sentence is the beginning, the reason for all the problems of each of the six narrative arcs that will follow. It is at this precise point, when Dio puts on the stone mask for the first time in order to become a vampire that he officially turns into the villain of the manga, where he appeared so far as a rival (already very nasty) for Jojo. To refuse his humanity is to refuse all the good sides of being human and to become – according to him – something better, where feelings no longer have their place.

#2 Meruem – Hunter X Hunter

Do you humans listen to the cries of mercy coming from the pigs and cows you slaughter?

The most effective villain phrases are also the ones that are true. We don’t care much about raw truths when we assume our dominant status, but when another species becomes the dominant, it puts things into perspective. Meruem was there to remind us, and the evolution of his character in the series will confirm that he was (partly) right.. As he evolves, Meruem will grow more and more morally gray as he learns from his mistakes and thinks about the consequences, doing one of the best villains in any manga.

#3 John Liebert – Monster

Most of the universe is just dead, nothing more. In this universe of ours, the birth of new life on some corner of our planet is nothing but a small, insignificant flash. Death is something normal. So why live?

This monologue sums up Johan’s thinking, and why is this manga called Monster. For him, life is nothing special. Despite his intelligence, charisma and physical abilities, he has chosen not to lead a normal life, because according to him, it is useless. He has absolutely no compassion for life. He just kills because he can. Alignment, skin color, gender, none of those things matter to him.

#4 Doflamingo – one piece

Justice will triumph? Of course it will come! He who wins the war becomes justice!

This sentence is like the others, true, but in a truncated context. Of course justice is done by those who win the war, but it depends on the point of view. Some acts will always be morally reprehensible, either by the population, or by those who dictate the laws, or by people outside the conflict. It was being rooted in this belief that made Doflamingo one of the great villains of Part 2 of One Piece.

#5 Griffith – Berserk

To realize my dreams, I will stand on their corpses.

Griffith is probably with Meruem the most ambiguous character of our selection. He comes across as truly cruel during the eclipse and for Guts, the main character, it was a terrible betrayal. Until then, Griffith wasn’t mean, he was the main character’s best friend. This sentence alone sums up the character’s willingness to take all the risks to achieve his dreams, a recurring motif in Shonen., but which takes on another dimension in the mouth of this man. In any case, we can’t wait to see the return of Berserk in anime since it’s now official!

#6 Madara –Naruto Shippuden

Wherever there is light, there is shadow. As long as the concept of a winner exists, there will always be losers. The selfish desire to maintain peace causes wars and hatred is born to protect love.

It escapes no one, but in the manga Naruto, the concepts of love and hate, war and peace are paramount. The former begets the latter, and each villain is still trying in their own way to end the wars of the ninja world. Through his fight, Madara wishes to create a world of love by plunging everyone into the Matrix (the Infinite Lunar Arcana, an illusion spell capable of plunging the Earth into an eternal sleep, allowing everyone to live in a world dreamlike where everything is possible), leaving only infinite love for everyone. Pain, the other iconic villain of Naruto Shippuden sums up the principle of the manga very well : “Love begets sacrifice which begets suffering, and when suffering comes in, only hate remains.”But it is Madara who synthesizes the world of suffering in which the ninjas live.

#7 mewtwo – pokemon the movie

I now see that the circumstances of a birth are irrelevant. So it’s what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are.

We’re cheating a bit, since Mewtwo isn’t a manga villain, but a Japanese animated movie villain. Mewtwo is persuaded to do good and he does not want to abuse his power. Throughout the film, he is never sadistic. This quote from the film is the spark that will allow this morally gray Pokémon to switch from the bad guys to the good guys, since its own birth – created as a clone of Mew and made for combat – seems ridiculous and illogical to it. People should be free to chart their own path without being judged by their birththat’s what this phrase from Mewtwo tells us.

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