Nov 13 2012
2. Katz, Courage the Cowardly Dog
Katz is the main antagonist in the show, and the most frequent recurring character. He is a tall, red cat who excels in business, sports, and scamming. He is always trying to dupe Courage’s owners Muriel and Eustace.
He has two passions: baking and collecting spiders. He has also used his expertise to manage several businesses, like clubs and hotels, to cover up his schemes.
He loathes dogs, and always posts “No Dogs Allowed” signs on his businesses in unsuccessful attempts to keep Courage out.
It is unknown what drives Katz other than his own greed and self-importance. But he makes for a very unsettling character and a great villain.
1. Him, The Powerpuff Girls
Him is a powerful, clawed, androgynous devil-like creature who wears makeup and traditionally girly clothes and accessories. It is said that he is “so sinister, so evil, so scary, so horribly vile that his real name can never be said.” He is meant to be the embodiment of pure evil. His conversational voice is an ominous, echoing, high-pitched tone, while his serious and angry voice is deeper and more demonic, but somehow less terrifying than his regular voice.
While most villains in the show aim to destroy, Him prefers torture and psychological terror to destroy his enemies.
He is definitely the most powerful villain in the show, and I’m pretty sure none of the heroes know who they’re really dealing with.
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