So assuming I do one of these (which I probably won't since my last editing software I found too confusing and took up too much data), it will be a battle between Anime Villains and Cartoon Villains, with animated film villains joining the party. Since I have standards, I won't be putting these on actual articles, but I will be throwing in what I plan for something like this. If some of you guys want to help me own by bringing in some of your own plans, let me know.
The Main Story:
Unlike how it is now, Earth originally was a peaceful world, as real as we think it would be. Although the exact date is unknown, on one day, one man, nay, one animated character has had enough. The world viewed him as a sociopath, a sadist, a psychopath, when he was nothing of the sort!
The New Homunculi
Although the original Homunculi died in battle, the creator of them, was still alive, and still planned to overthrow the government and start his own, however, instead of using Artificial Humans, he would use Artificially Enhanced Humans to help him achieve his goal.
The Foot Clan
A surprisingly amount of mutations have occurred in animals, that made them more humanoid than before, but they were all deemed as regular animals and treated as such none the less. Oruku Saki was against this poor treatment, and formed a gang to start a world where intelligent animals of all species co-existed in harmony.
The Blue Meanies
Not much is known about the meanies, but what is known is their hatred for music, striving to rid the world of such melodies. Why? No one knows the reason.
Well, just guess what he is.
Viewed as the assistant Blue Meanie, Zigzag does have goals beyond what the others do, to rule over a town or kingdom as it's ruler, to prevent the invasion of the Unstoppable One Eyes. Eventually, he was kicked out for conficting goals.
The Fire Nation
Similar to it's counterpart in the actual show, the nation stands for uniting the world under one rule to ensure global peace and safety. The difference here is, should a force accept their rule, nothing shall change, but if they decline, any trace of the civilization will be burned to ash, and replaced with similar buildings, and repopulated with people that are completely loyal to the nation.
The former Fire Lord, planning to rule the planet, not because of power, but to gain the respect of his lost father.
Defeats: Lust (Was traumatized by a perception of his dad, and was aged into dust)
The current Fire Lord after Ozai's death, standing against believed magic users, possibly due to them theoretically controlling the nation and taking rule instead.
The Executor and General of the nation, destroying any civilization that don't oblige to their rule, and often leading the charge if they are at war.
"If society treats you like a monster, for nothing more than caring about your daughter, then I would gladly consider myself the worst monster of them all."
To say that Mok was a lonely child would be an understatement. His mother died shortly after his birth, and his father died from a drug overdose when he was only seven years old. A few days after that event, he was taken to an orphanage as no one under the surname "Swagger" was still alive, and while he took residence there, several of the workers were stunned to see someone so young, so intelligent. He knew not only every recipe in cook books, but exactly how gourmet chefs make them, to the point where professional taste testers couldn't spot any difference between his cooking and the chef's own. He knew exactly how every cell, every atom in every animal worked, where he could preform surgery at double the capacity of an entire hospital. Anything any normal person know of, he new far, far greater, to the point where people theorized that he was omniscient.
Before he even finished adolescence, Mok left the orphanage, bought a new home, and researched the one thing he didn't understand: Psychology. He never understood how others would react to certain scenarios, as he never new anyone to such a great extent that they would be a willing test dummy. He never home-schooled himself about emotions and his family wasn't around long enough to explain them to him. It took him a few years to understand, longer than his teachings of anything else, but when he knew, he made a living out of it, making songs to express his emotions and leaving people feeling the same way, becoming massively famous as a result, and yet he knew one important emotion he lacked, was joy. After experiencing so many different things that are known to make people happy, including drugs, he still got nothing. By the age of 23, realization finally stuck, it must have been his isolationism. He hardly had anyone to be a parental figure, and he rarely interacted with others even when he was in his massive orphanage. He needed someone by his side.
Mok's wife wasn't enough, as she had vastly different thoughts and beliefs to his own, however he finally felt elated when she gave birth, and although she died shortly thereafter, much like his mother, it was a price he would gladly pay to see his daughter, "Melody Swagger." Mok had a good life after that day, as he was still rich, giving his daughter several things she wished for, while still preventing her from being spoiled, and still famous, with loads more songs written, each mimicking a certain style and time period, however he planning a massive event for her daughter with his greatest show yet as the grand finale for her tenth birthday. The day immediately before that though, his daughter was killed by her own school bus driver unintentionally running her over, and crushing her skull. Mok had lost the one thing that kept him alive, and after seeing her limp body, he promptly soaked himself, his equipment and his house with gasoline, nail polish, hand-sanitizer and several other flammable items and lit a match, causing near-instant incineration. He would risk going through the nine circles of hell, just to be with his daughter again.
After about a decade, Mok opened his eyes yet again, although something felt different. He was still alive, but his world looked vastly different, as if it was drawn by hand. After 80 minutes of such awful acts he wouldn't dream of, the musician theorized that his spirit resided in an animated film, one that told of how he lived, and what he would do if he was still alive. The tales were not just inaccurate, they were insulting, with him looking more like a dirty rat than he ever felt like in the past, and summoning a demonic entity and plotting to destroy the earth, for nothing more than being less popular than before! With the world treating him like villain, an idea hatched in his mind... 'Why not return the favor?' Within a shockingly short time frame, he had created both a machine that could transport others into different worlds, and a device that could change the world in mind, however it would be incredibly risky to use such a machine, so instead of sacrificing himself, he opted to use the 'Incarnation' of a famous stripper instead.
It took quite a while for Mok to convince her, not helped by his lacking social skills, by the end however, it didn't take money to have Holli apply. "You seem to crave sex quite a lot. If you use the machine at the top of the 'Titan Missile'... let's say plenty more arrangements can be made." The stripper knew exactly what he meant, and accepted the deal. It didn't take long for Holli to find just what she was looking for, as the machine landed surprisingly close by to the museum she was targeting, although she didn't run off undetected. Once she got to the top of the missile, she turned the device on, and hell starts to break loose. Several deformed animated cels consumed the security guards like snacks, and other staff members and visitors alike ran as fast as their legs could carry, with some of them calling the police to deal with this monstrous threat, but by then it was too late. A massive explosion of some unknown substance coated the entire space-time continuum, leaving the universe animated. Mok noticed a few new things about this world, such as how souls were now visible, and that gave him a new idea, to bring his daughter back to life!
Four months after Mok started searching for Melody's spirit, he started to question something. He was finding the one thing that brought him joy, and yet would give her the body of a human, the species that drove him to turning the world animated, the species that poked fun off him. Why would he combine something he loved and something he loathed? He then remembered that he had created a much more fantastical world, one where not every law of biology could be followed, maybe one without any laws! She couldn't just be a human. "She could be anything I set my mind too!" "Uh, what did you just say there?" "I apologize, something just came to my mind." It's unknown if that trait was added to his new form, or if he actually felt that way now. To prevent his forgotten daughter's soul from escaping, Mok sealed it in a jar, a begun to work on her new body. The body had a human-esque shape, was as tall as her original body and it even looked like it was wearing a dress, the key word however is 'looked' as there were several anomalies the body had, ranging from the dress being a part of the body, to it's skin being paler than chalk, to it's arms resembling musical notes far more than any limb of any animal, to lacking any organs of the sort. It's as if this wasn't a living creature, but a heavily mutated one. Something that was inside it however, was her memories, as when the musician sent his daughter's soul into the body, she opened her eyes once again, and saw someone, familiar.
"M-Mok? Is that you?" "Yes Melody, yes it is."