Count Olaf is the primary antagonist of the Lemony Snicket book series, A Series of Unfortunate Events. In the film adaptation of the movie, Olaf transitions from a cunning, ruthless villain role to a comedic, melodramatic villain role. This comedic villain is featured in the second Disney Vs Non Disney Villains War.
Disney Vs Non Disney Villains - Part Two
Olaf and his assistant, the hook-handed man, arrive at the prison of Judge Doom. The two scheme to free Doctor Claw, a criminal mastermind of Olaf's caliber; the two could feasibly form an incredible criminal empire. Doom and his minions, the Toon Patrol, prove hard to pass by. Wise Guy, leader of the Patrol, threatens the hook-handed man, only to be laid flat. The rest of the Toon Patrol laughs, leading Doom to inadvertently reveal the weasels' weakness: laughter. Inspired, Olaf then engages in a bad comedy routine, including a bizarre impression of a velociraptor. This routine literally kills the Patrol. Doom gets in Olaf's way yet again, but Olaf hits him over the head with an anchor. The Count is able to free Claw.
A New Alliance
Claw and Olaf scheme to control the criminal empire when they are approached by Cruella de Vil. Impressed by the fashionista turned gangster, the two welcome her into their alliance. Little do they realize, Cruella is using them both for her own purposes. Soon, Olaf tires of his alliance members; they find him annoying. Fed up with his compatriots, Olaf teams up with Zorg, Doctor Claw's enemy. However, Zorg has a new master, the malevolent demon, Pinhead. Though Olaf is content to joke, as usual, Pinhead demands that the group get down to business.
There's No Business Like Show Business
Count Olaf seeks to impress his new allies. He thus resorts to the art he knows best: theatre. All the while, Queen Narissa, a fighter searching for the Lament Configuration, infiltrates his acting troupe. The queen, disguised as a hag, tries to poison Olaf, but he recognizes that she is not a member of the troupe and draws a prop sword. Narissa drops her poison apple but finds the Configuration while Olaf is too busy "performing." Though Pinhead tries to stop her escape, Narissa takes the demonic puzzle box with unabated glee.
Count Olaf's death is arguably the most notable and infamous in Disney Vs Non Disney Villains history. When Pinhead discovers the Lament Configuration has been stolen, he flies into an inhuman rage. He blames Olaf for the entire incident. He summons chains and hooks that tear Olaf to pieces, while other machines drain him of blood. Zorg can only look on in abject fear as Olaf is eviscerated, in the goriest death ever aired during the series.
Non Disney Villains Tournament
Olaf decides to clean out a company he has purchased but has paid little attention to. As part of his lay-offs, he fires Willard Styles, the son of the company's former owner. One night, Olaf discovers a massive swarm of rats has invaded his home. He soon realizes Styles is in control of them. He beats Styles down, but Styles sics the rats on him. Styles departs while Olaf is eaten alive.
Movies Villains War
Vs Annie Wilkes
Jack Torrance has been working on his next book for days, while his assistant and greatest fan Annie helps him by staying very close to him and encouraging him on. One day, Jack loses control and orders her to leave so he can get some peace. Annie obeys without replying, and the more she thinks about his sudden reaction, the more she remembers how Jack began to act strangely: apparently his last work was a play, one he was sure he could get adapted by the very famous Count Olaf. However Olaf refused, telling I was "too serious". The rejection drove Jack insane…..literally, and since then nothing has been the same. Annie is prepared to make Olaf pay for what he has done to Jack, even if it means becoming as insane as he is.