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a mean, worthless character in a story or play

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"Tom does Loki very well and he took the character and made him into something more than a cartoon villain."
Wellington, Aug 29 ( ANI ): The Australian media has kept up their attack on England bowler Stuart Broad by reportedly painting him as a cartoon villain, less than a week after England sealed a 3-0 Ashes win.
That is, instead of inviting the audience to cheer when one low-life character blasts a hole in another, Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained invite the audience to cheer self-righteously when a cartoon hero blasts a hole in a cartoon villain.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists explained in a new research why the evil eyebrows and pointy chin of a cartoon villain make our 'threat' instinct kick in.
Offenders must watch a five-minute video on copyright law hosted by cartoon villain Russell the Pirate.
Hanke scores as the cartoon villain Bud Frump; Rob Bartlett is a delight in his twin roles; and Tammy Blanchard, Mary Faber, Ellen Harvey and Michael Park all add to the fun.
MP LIKENS RESERVOIR CHIEF TO CARTOON VILLAIN CARDIFF North MP Jonathan Evans compared the man ultimately responsible for Llanishen Reservoir to the Simpsons cartoon villain Montgomery Burns, pictured.
Koch, the playwright in the recent German Oscar-winner "The Lives of Others," is similarly complex, playing a deeply flawed person instead of a cartoon villain. Indeed, Verhoeven seems to like disrupting expectations: one heroic figure turns out to be a traitor, one out and out villain turns out to have a talent for music.
Don John, impenetrably maleficent, is after all a sort of cartoon villain, and Louis Butelli played him with criminal aplomb.
The character has already begun his crusade to muffle music; the seven-foot cartoon villain has been seen protesting around London, including picketing bands men marking the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace.
There is little suggestion about the cadence of "Eh, eh," so at first it sounds empty, like a breath knocked out of you, though it might travel from the page to an ear untrained in the Caribbean tongue as a sinister laugh at the very edge of a cackle, more appropriate to a cartoon villain. Mr.
The chickens' characters are solid and likeable, while Mrs Tweedy (Miranda Richardson), with black hair greased into a bun and goose-stepping in wellies, is quite possibly the best cartoon villain since Cruella De Vil.
Hussein was the perfect cartoon villain. His invasion of Kuwait had a lot in common with Hitler's early aggression.
It isn't, as I imagined, an attempt to humiliate her by forcing the head of a co-ordinate branch of government to conduct the cross-examination in her own impeachment case herself, or to subject her to direct questioning by all committee members as well as by a cartoon villain of a complainant.
Sour Sugar's suspiciously witty oneliners and the cartoon villain contestants' scripted bragging are often worth a laugh.